Women Banned from Wearing Burqa When Entering ISIS’ Security Centres

Although the ISIS terrorist group had earlier made it obligatory for women to wear burqa [full face veiling], it has now banned its use for the women who are getting into security centres in the ISIS-held Iraqi city of Mosul.

ISIS Spends $23m on Propaganda to Recruit Forces in Russia

The ISIS terrorist group has allocated $23m to internet advertisement in a bid to attract affiliates from Russia.

Female Suicide Bombers in Nigeria Use Babies in Missions

In a move to avoid detection, female suicide bombers in Nigeria blow themselves up while carrying babies.

World Shows Mixed Reactions to Assassination of Russian Envoy to Turkey

The Monday night assassination of Russian Ambassador to Ankara, Andrey Karlov, has been followed by diverse reactions in Western and Arab media, some of which are quite surprising.

Story of Afghan Woman Who Went from Refugee to Military Pilot

This is what happened to Safia Ferozi, the second Afghan female pilot, who was a refugee during her childhood.

Israel main beneficiary of ISIL terrorism: Iranian diplomat

Iran says that destruction of the resistance front against the Zionist regime and plundering of the Muslim countries' wealth is the main mission of the terrorist and extremist groups in the region.

Attacking Iranian aid ship will start war in the region: Top commander

Saudi Arabia, the US, and their allies must keep in mind that if they want to block Iran's humanitarian aid, they will start a fire which they cannot put out, said Brigadier General Jazayeri.

Izadi Women Sold by ISIS on Online Messaging App

ISIS is selling Izadi girls and women on telegram and put them up for auction at prices around $7,000 to $7,500.

Syrian Refugee Girls Becoming Cinderella

Syrian refugee girls talk of their future hopes and dreams while wearing fairytale costumes, then go in front of the camera.

Saudi Arabia and UAE Involved in Turkey Coup: Whistle-Blower

Saudi whistle-blower Mujtahid, who is believed to be a member of or have a well-connected source in the royal family, disclosed that senior government officials in Riyadh and Abu Dhabi had been informed of the coup in Turkey long before it took place.

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