Grand Ayatullah Sistani Issues Edict for Shia Volunteers Waging Jihad against Takfiri IS Terrorists


APTOPIX Mideast IraqJNN 17 Feb 2015 Najaf : The most powerful leader of Shias in Iraq, Ayatollah Sayed Ali Al-Sistani has issued a powerful statement to the Shia resistance volunteer fighters in Iraq, reminding them of their obligations towards justice. Ayatollah Sistani is followed by millions of Shia Muslims across the world and is responsible for reigning in sectarian bloodshed in Iraq in the past decade. Continue reading

Ayatullah Sistani says lack of New Government ‘Regrettable Failure’


Iraqi ParliamentJNN 04 July 2014 The inability of Iraq’s parliament to agree on a new government in its first session was a “regrettable failure”, Iraq’s top Shi’ite cleric, Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, said in a Friday sermon delivered by his aide. Continue reading

Grand Ayatullah Sistani calls for Taking up Arms to fight the Terrorists


 

Iraqi Shia Cleric Ready to fight against the ISIS aJNN 13 June 2013 Najaf : Iraq’s most Revered Shi’ite cleric Grand Ayatullah Sistani urged followers to take up arms against a full-blown Wahabi Terrorist Plot to topple Shi’ite Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, a conflict that threatens civil war and a possible break-up of the country. Continue reading

Terrorists of ISIL Threaten to Kill Grand Shia Cleric ‘Ayatollah Sistani’


The Grand Ayatullah Syed Ali Hussain SistaniJNN 10 May 2014 Baghdad : The Takfiri Wahabi group, Islamic State in Iraq and Levant (ISIL) threatened to assassinate the Iraq-based Muslim religious leader, Grand Ayatollah Sayyed Ali al-Sistani.

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Ayatullah Sistani’s office Raided , Shia Man Martyred by Police firing , 11 Sentenced for Jail By Bahraini Authorities


Clashes between pro-reform protesters and police in Manama, BahrainJNN 20 April 2014 Manama : Regime forces in Bahrain have raided the office of the representative of Ayatollah Ali al- Sistani in Manama.While A Shia Man has been Martyred by the Police firing , and 11 Protesters Sentenced to Jail for upto five years Continue reading