The Day of Quds By Hadi Chatilla

Imam Khomeini Put The Oppressors On Notice

In His Name, the Most High Answering to questions on the Palestine issue and the Day of Quds, Shabbir Hassanally told Muslim Press that “Imam Khomeini through the establishment of the Day of Quds woke up the people of the world. He put the oppressors on notice that their tyranny will not go unanswered.” Below… Read more »

Pakistanis protest Shia killings

Pakistanis protest Shia killings

Shias in Pakistan targeted Over the past week, tens of thousands of people protested in a Pakistani town, demanding greater security after a couple of bombings rocked their area. Citizens of Parachinar staged a sit-in soon after two bombs went off on June 23, killing at least 75 and injuring more than 300 Pakistani Shias…. Read more »

US, allies behind secret prisons in Yemen: Activist

The American intelligence and security services imprison people who seem to be problematic for Persian Gulf Arab rulers, a scholar says. American mercenaries “can do whatever they want at the behest [of the Arab monarchs to] deal with the problems that these [Persian] Gulf sheikhdoms like Saudi, like the Emirates and the others have,” Shabbir… Read more »

The Universal Day of Quds

What is the Universal Day of Quds?

In His Name, the Most High Once more the month of Ramadhan is rapidly coming to a close, and before long, the blessed nights of Qadr will be upon us, and then as the month comes to a close, the final Friday of this blessed month, is always a particularly special day. Since the victory of… Read more »

Grenfell Tower on Fire - June 14, 2017

UK government policies to blame for London tower tragedy: Activist

Shabbir Hassanally, an activist and commentator, says the tragedy of Grenfell Tower happened due to the policies enacted by the UK government, adding that London has been “very weak” in dealing with this incident and it is not showing much “empathy” toward those affected. “One of the things that I was reading about earlier on was… Read more »

'US blames Iran for terrorism, yet Saudi Arabia supports Islamic State'

‘US blames Iran for terrorism, yet Saudi Arabia supports Islamic State’

The blame game against Iran is not new but it is infantile of the US to keep pointing the finger at Iran when everyone knows that it is Saudi Arabia that is behind groups like ISIS, political analyst and commentator Shabbir Hassanally says. Deputy Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Major General Mostafa… Read more »

Yemen - 800 Days of Genocidal War. #StopTheWarOnYemen

800 Days Later … Yemen Stands Tall

For nigh on 800 days, the Saudi War Machine – or shall we call it the “Arabic NATO”, or perhaps the “Arab-Islamic Army” – or better yet let’s call it what it actually is, DAESH in Formal Wear – has continued its relentless and indeed totally pointless onslaught on Yemen. The original objective was to… Read more »

Terrorists targeted Iran’s democracy: Commentator

Shabbir Hassanally, an activist and political commentator from London, said the timing of terrorist attacks in the Iranian capital, Tehran, after the presidential election and the anniversary of the demise of Imam Khomeini shows that enemies of the Islamic Republic have targeted “the system of governance in Iran” and its “democracy.” Saudi Arabia, Israel and the… Read more »

The Idol Breakers

The Idol Breakers – Explaining the Roots of the Gifted and Liberating Islamic Revolution

In His Name, the Most High A few years ago, I had delivered a couple of lectures at various centres on the subject of Islamic Revolution and Imam Khomeini, with a view to attempting to understand the roots of this most beautiful and amazing of Revolutions; a revolution that has been described as an Explosion… Read more »

Imam Khomeini revived Islam’s Vitality

Iranians marked the 28th anniversary of the passing of the founder of the Islamic Republic, Imam Khomeini in a host of events nationwide on Sunday. Press TV has talked to Shabbir Hassanally, activist and commentator, and Catherine Shakdam, author and commentator, both from London, about the late leader’s domestic and international influence. Shabbir Hassanally said… Read more »

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  • File photo shows Saudi riot police in face-off with protesters in Saudi Arabia's eastern city of Qatif. (Photo by Reuters)

    Falling Saudi regime stepping up clampdown on dissent – Analyst

    Human Rights Watch (HRW) has warned about an alarming rise in Saudi Arabia’s repressive measures against peaceful dissidents and activists. In a Monday report, HRW said Saudi courts have convicted at least 20 dissident writers and human rights campaigners since 2011. The Saudi kingdom has stepped up politically-motivated arrests, prosecution, and conviction of activists and protesters because… Read more »

  • French National Front (FN) leader Marine Le Pen (Photo by AFP)

    France’s Le Pen preying on nationalist sentiments – Activist

    French far-right party leader Marine Le Pen has launched her election bid with the pledge of protecting France from quote Islamic fundamentalism, globalisation, and the EU. An activist and political commentator believes there is a chance that Le Pen becomes the French president given the rising tide of “Islamophobia, xenophobia, and pseudo-patriotism” which exists around the world… Read more »

  • "Lies don't become truth, wrongs don't become right, evils don't become good, even if they've become acceptable to the majority"

    Syria and Siffien – Thoughts on the Repetition of History

    In His Name, the Most High Over the last couple of weeks, indeed since the illegal invasion and attack on Syria various rumours and games have been in play. When this subject is discussed, it needs to be done so with responsibility and all seriousness. The lives of countless are in the balance, as well… Read more »

  • Arbaeen, the commemoration of the 40th day after the martrydom of Imam Husayn, an event ignored by the mainstream media

    Mainstream media mouthpiece of global powers

    Every year 20 million people gather in Iraq to rally from Najaf to Karbala to commemorate 40 days after martyrdom of Imam Hussein in Karbala (on Ashura); while the tradition has been going on for many years and if not the biggest, it is one of the biggest religious ceremonies on earth, Western mainstream media… Read more »

  • File photo showing a woman wearing hijab

    Islamophobia being promoted worldwide covertly: Activist

    Press TV has conducted an interview with Shabbir Hassanally, an activist and Islamic scholar in London, about attackers ripping the hijab off a Muslim woman while picking up her children after school in London. The following is a rough transcription of the interview. Press TV: First of all what do you make of this recent… Read more »

  • Warning Against Muslim Division - June 4, 2015 - The Debate - Press TV

    The Debate: Who benefits from sowing division among Muslims?

    In this edition of The Debate, Press TV conducts an interview with Shabbir R. Hassanally, an activist and Islamic scholar in London, and Lawrence J. Korb, a former US assistant secretary of defense from Washington, to discuss who benefits from sowing the seeds of division among Muslims. The Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution has warned… Read more »