Drought and exportation increased the value of sacrificial animals during Eid al-Adha in Mauritania
Cousins Mehmet and Huseyin, who have not cut their mustaches for 20 years and go on with their lives with 80 cm mustache, shape their mustaches with hair dryer and hair spray
Hundreds of Jewish settlers on Sunday forced their way into Jerusalem’s flashpoint Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, according to a Palestinian official, Anadolu reports. “Since the morning, over 1,729 Jewish settlers...
Muslims worldwide celebrate Eid Al-Adha, to commemorate the holy Prophet Ibrahim's (Prophet Abraham) readiness to sacrifice his son
Muslims worldwide celebrate Eid Al-Adha to commemorate the holy Prophet Ibrahim's readiness to sacrifice his son as a sign of his obedience to God
The Palestinians were injured while they were preventing Jewish settlers from storming the holy mosque
Saudi-led coalition air strikes killed dozens of people, including children travelling on a bus, in Yemen’s Saada province
Pilgrims are expected to spend the entire day on the Arafat plateau while praying continuously and asking Allah for forgiveness and mercy.
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Egyptian activists launch a campaign calling for the release of all 60,000 Egyptian political prisoners
Palestinian fire spitting artists gather to perform fire show at the beach of Gaza shore in Gaza City
Millions of Muslim every year gather in the city of Makkah
Hazza Al Mansouri is set to become the first Arab astronaut on board of the International Space Station
The Joint List has launched its election campaign ahead of Israel’s general election next month, vowing to tackle the double exclusion faced by Palestinian citizens of Israel
In an interview on Israeli Public Broadcaster (Kan) on Monday Al-Shammari said: “Visiting Israel is probably the dream of many Saudis and those of the Gulf and Arab states alike.”
Last month the Egyptian government demolished Bedouin-owned houses in Tarabin village in South Sinai on the grounds that they were not “legally” owned
At a time when his government's legitimacy is being questioned
Since March 2018, thousands of Palestinians marched to the fence at the nominal border between the Gaza Strip and Israel, calling for the right to return to their ancestral homes and an end to Israel’s siege of the territory
Iranian investors are eyeing up Syrian markets
Livestock farmers in the Gaza Strip are grappling with a low demand for their produce as a result of Israel's continued siege of the enclave.
Arab Bedouins living in Al-Araqeeb have been ordered to pay 1.6 million shekels to cover the cost of the Israeli occupation’s demolition of their homes
Former Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki said he is considering running for the presidency for the second time based on his party’s nomination. “My party has decided to nominate me...
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'Taking the message into our towns, cities and villages is something that we can do relatively easily, and lets the Palestinians know that they have not been forgotten'
In a statement, the elite Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) said the vessel was captured near the Farsi Island. The tanker was carrying 700,000 liters of “smuggled fuel” and was taken to the Bushehr port, the IRGC statement said
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To demonstrate against Israel’s decades-long occupation of Palestinian territories
Presidential elections will take place on 15 September 2019
Hundreds of thousands of Sudanese protesters took to the streets across the country over the killing of peaceful protesters in El-Obeid, southwest of the capital Khartoum, earlier this week.
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on Thursday urged the US and Turkey to broker a mutually-agreed plan to institute a safe zone in northeastern Syria.