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The US, Gulf Kings and Brutal Repression in Bahrain

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Zainab Al-Khawaja: I am willing to Die if my Family is not Released

Zainab, who started her fast on Monday, said she now dreams about her father's fate. "I am willing to go all the way," she said. "Either they come out or I will not eat. I don't care where it ends up." Asked whether she was willing to die, she replied: "Yes. Show More Summary

US Keeps Quiet over Repression

Last weekend, HRW accused the regime of creating a "climate of fear", particularly in Shia neighbourhoods and villages where night-time raids appear designed mainly to instil terror among the mostly poor residents. Professionals, including doctors, lawyers, and human rights activists, have not been immune from the repression. Show More Summary

A Day of Solidarity with the Oppressed People of Bahrain

Millions of Muslims across the Ummah will mark Friday 08th April as a day of solidarity with the oppressed people of Bahrain. Having suffered for decades on end under a brutal authoritarian rule, the peoples of Bahrain took to the streets on 14th February to demand true reforms and a fairer political and socio-economic order. Show More Summary

Ayatollah Makarem Shirazi: Obligation on All Muslims to Support Bahraini People

Leading Islamic scholar Grand Ayatollah Nasser Makarem Shirazi has said all Muslims, including Sunnis and Shias, are obliged to support the Bahraini nation with any possible means. “It is incumbent on all Muslims, including Shias and...Show More Summary

Exposed: The US-Saudi Libya Deal

You invade Bahrain. We take out Muammar Gaddafi in Libya. This, in short, is the essence of a deal struck between the Barack Obama administration and the House of Saud. Two diplomatic sources at the United Nations independently confirmed...Show More Summary

Bahrain: A Legacy of Broken Promises

The outdated tactic of brandishing the pro-democracy movement within Bahrain as foreign-backed is principally used to deflect attention from the consistent demands for constitutional reform. In this regard, the role of the US in obstructing...Show More Summary

Event: The Voice of Revolution

The AhlulBayt Islamic Mission (AIM) and the Lebanese Welfare Community have organised an event to commemorate the birth anniversary of Sayyeda Zainab Al-Kubra (A) on Sunday, 10th April at the Imam Hussain (A) Mosque. The event titled 'The Voice of Revolution' will consist of three talks delivered by Sheikh Bahmanpour, Br. Show More Summary

Bahrain: The Yearnings of an Oppressed Nation

The AhlulBayt Islamic Mission (AIM) released a statement stressing the need for unity and vigilance to confront the challenges affecting the Ummah. AIM stressed that there is today a grave responsibility on our shoulders toward the oppressed people of Bahrain, as well as the uprising nations across the Ummah including Yemen and Libya.

Bahrain's Uprising is about Power not Religion

Sunni. Shia. Every time the protests in Bahrain are mentioned, they are made into a battle between these two branches of Islam, as if this was a war of religions. It's not about religion, it's about power and the desire for political change. Show More Summary

Scores Dead in Yemen after Snipers Open Fire on Protesters

Yemeni security forces opened fire in a crowd of tens of thousands of anti-government protesters Friday outside Sanaa University in the capital, killing scores and wounding many more. Doctors at the main hospital said that at least 50 had been killed and more than 100 injured during the attack. Show More Summary

Protest in Solidarity with the Oppressed of Bahrain, Saturday 19th March

Protest in solidarity with the oppressed people of Bahrain on Saturday 19th March at 2.30pm outside the Bahraini Embassy in London. Having perpetuated a nightmarish rule over Bahrain for decades under the aegis of unequivocal regional...Show More Summary

The Footage that Reveals the Brutal Truth about Bahrain's Crackdown

The unarmed, middle-aged man in the video seems to pose no threat to the Bahraini security forces. He gesticulates at a group of soldiers or policemen, dressed in blue jumpsuits and white helmets, just a few feet away. One of them gestures as if to wave away a nearby protester filming the incident. Show More Summary

Hundreds Shot in Joint Bahraini Saudi Crackdown on Protesters

At least 200 people were shot and wounded on Tuesday in a Shiite village south of the Bahraini capital, a medic said, as the king imposed a state of emergency after bringing in Saudi and Emirati troops to help quell anti-regime protests. Show More Summary

Bahraini Mercenaries Murder Unarmed Civilian in Cold Blood

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Appeal by Leading Scholars Urging Support for the People of Bahrain

After the declaration of emergency rule in Bahrain, and the delegation of internal repression to the hands of regional armies and mercenary forces, and he targeting of Shia citizens in particular. With view to the precedents to heseShow More Summary

Saudi Arabian Troops Enter Bahrain To Crush Protests

Saudi Arabian troops have crossed into Bahrain after the tiny Gulf kingdom's ruling family asked for help from neighbouring Sunni Arab states to quell a two-month uprising which threatens their 200-year-old dynasty. The Saudi capital, Riyadh, said that it had responded to a "security threat" by deploying its troops on the streets of its neighbour. Show More Summary

Bahrain: Monarch's Mercenaries Renew Attacks on Protestors

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Contemplation is very much invited to, praised and applauded in the Glorious Qur'an. Allah, the Exalted, says : "And We have revealed to you the Remembrance that you may explain to mankind what has been sent down to them and that haply...Show More Summary

The Beggar and the Laborer

Islam has always considered the human resource as the most significant in society and the economic system. Why isn't this ingrained in our social consciousness as a whole? The Prophet of Islam (peace be upon him and his progeny) hasShow More Summary

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