Since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak in Iran, many Iranians have criticized how religious authorities have handled the crisis. Some blame the country’s ayatollahs – high-ranking Islamic clerics – for not only blocking necessary health measures but also promoting traditional Islamic medicine, which has already cost lives.
His name is Abou Azrael, but he’s better known as “Iraq’s Rambo” — the muscle-bound symbol of the fight against the Islamic State group in Iraq.
You can be an observant Muslim and also want to have fun on social media. In Iran, more and more young conservatives
With tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia running feverishly high, this may seem like an odd time for a young Saudi woman
While most Iranians follow the Shiite branch of Islam, there are millions of Sunnis who also call Iran their home.
The Iraqi Shiite militia known as the Imam Ali Brigades is accused of having committed multiple war crimes in the fight against the Islamic State organisation in Iraq,
Iran has been accused of recruiting and sending Afghanistan’s Shia Muslims to fight alongside the Assad regime in war-torn Syria.