Newly arrived Rohingya refugees scuffle for relief supplies at Kutupalong camp in the Bangladeshi locality of Ukhia on September 9, 2017. (Photo by AFP)

Terrorist Suu Kyi complicit in massacre of Muslims

The Myanmar government’s bloody crackdown on the Rohingya Muslim community has sparked outrage across the globe. Hundreds of thousands of Rohingyas, who are denied citizenship and have suffered years of persecution in the Buddhist-majority state, have been forced to flee the country in the wake of a massive brutal crackdown by the government which the UN… Read more »

Rohingya Muslims crisis in Myanmar (Burma)

Rohingya Muslims Crisis

In this episode of The Debate, Press TV has conducted an interview with Gearóid Ó Colmáin, a journalist and political commentator from Paris, and Shabbir Hassanally, an Islamic scholar from Leicester City, to discuss the plight of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.

The Need for Unity

Iran urges Muslim unity, calls for collective move to help Palestinians

Millions of Muslims from around the world gather in the holy city of Mecca for the Hajj pilgrimage as the season for the huge religious ceremony arrives. This year’s Hajj rituals have once again highlighted the need for unity in the Islamic world which is suffering from a years-long discord which has cost it thousands… Read more »

US, Israel after demonizing Islamic world

The leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has issued a message on the occasion of the Muslim Hajj pilgrimage season, calling on the Muslim nations to create unity and prevent ethnic and religious conflicts. Ayatollah Khamenei has also warned the Islamic world about the treachery of the Zionism, urging Muslims to be… Read more »

The Plight of Muslims

In this episode of The Debate, Press TV has conducted an interview with Kevin Barrett, an author and Middle East expert from Madison, and Shabbir Hassanally, an activist and Islamic scholar in London, to discuss Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Sayyed Ali Khamenei’s message on the occasion of the Muslim Hajj pilgrimage season.

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 »

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    The Debate: Targeting Shia Muslims in Saudi Arabia

    In this edition of The Debate, Press TV has conducted an interview with Shabbir Hassanally, an activist and Islamic scholar from London, and Jihad Mouracadeh, a political commentator in Beirut, to discuss the recent wave of attacks on Shia mosques in Saudi Arabia by ISIL (aka DAESH) Takfiri terrorists. Two attacks within a week on… Read more »

  • Muslims waiting outside of the East London Mosque (file photo)

    UK Politician calls large mosques ‘not a great idea’

    British politician and leader of the UK Independence Party Nigel Farage says super-mosques are “not a great idea”. Farage said large mosques are “not necessarily a great idea”, as he toured a West Midlands town where the far-right English Defence League (EDL) has demonstrated against plans to build one with an 18-metre high minaret, the… Read more »

  • Yemeni civilians and security forces stand at the site of a Saudi air strike near Sana’a Airport on March 26, 2015. © AFP

    Saudis to pay dearly for Yemen war – Commentator

    Press TV has conducted an interview with Shabbir Hassanally, political commentator from London, to discuss the Saudi-led aggression against Yemen. Hassanally argues this aggression is a “failed strategy” and the Saudis will pay dearly for the “catastrophic miscalculation.” He also believes the Saudis are unable to resolve any problem through dialogue and this war will… Read more »

  • The file photo shows Saudi human rights activist Mohammed al-Bajadi.

    Bejadi ruling another nail into Al Saud coffin – Analyst

    Press TV has interviewed Shabbir R Hassanally, a political analyst from London, to discuss a recent ruling by the Specialised Criminal Court in Riyadh that sentenced prominent Saudi rights campaigner Mohammed Saleh al-Bejadi to 10 years in prison. The political commentator maintains that the Saudi regime practices such “backwards” policies in an attempt to stifle any… Read more »

  • People stand by as a makeshift memorial is made after vigil at the University of North Carolina following the murders of three Muslim students on February 11, 2015 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. © AFP

    Western media silent on murders of Muslims in US – Analyst

    Press TV has conducted an interview with Shabbir R Hassanally, a political analyst from London, to discuss the recent murder of three Muslim students in the eastern US state of North Carolina. The political commentator says Western mainstream media have failed to give enough coverage to various perspectives surrounding the brutal incident. He also adds… Read more »

  • UK government lawyers have begun campaign to block torture lawsuits. (February 2015)

    London trying to block torture lawsuits

    UK government lawyers have begun a campaign to block torture lawsuits against British and American troops in a court of law. The campaign began after a Pakistan man Yonus Rahmatullah said he was tortured for a decade following his capture by UK Special Forces in Iraq, and subsequent handover to American soldiers in Afghanistan. He… Read more »