The first Islamic calligraphy centre in Mauritania was opened by a group of the country’s artists and calligraphers. According to aqlame.com, the center called “Ibn Muqla Center for Arabic Calligraphy and Islamic Illumination” aims to revive the noble art of calligraphy in the African country. It will hold exhibitions, educational courses and workshops and cooperate with educational institutes to teach
The Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) personnel have confiscated at least 152 weapons and 35,325 rounds of ammunition during an operation in Nangarhar province. The Nangarhar provincial government media office in a statement said the weapons and ammunition were seized from a trailer vehicle during a search operation in Behsud district. The statement further added that the Afghan security forces
MSF The international medical charity Doctors Without Borders says at least 6,700 members of the persecuted Rohingya Muslim minority group were killed in state-sponsored violence in Myanmar only in a period of one month beginning on August 25.
More than 200 poems from Iraq and other countries participated in the contest, and 10 poems were chosen as the best ones in the contest. Ali Kadhim Es-Sultan, preparatory committee in charge, said that the purpose of running such contests is to develop the poets’ skills in poetry and have them write poems on the Ahlul-Bayet (Peace Be Upon Them). He added that among the countries that participated in the contest were: Iraq, Lebanon, Bahrain, and Saudi Arabia.
Saudi nationals reportedly comprise the biggest number of the foreign terrorists arrested during Iraqi army operations against the Takfiri Daesh terror group in the northern and western parts of the country.
The security authorities launched Yesterday (Monday, December 11, 2017) at dawn vast campaign that resulted in the arrest of at least 6 citizens for an unknown reasons, according to networks specialized in monitoring the security raids.