Bahrain Calls on Citizens against Traveling to Iran

Iranian students run for cover after tear gas was fired during a demonstration at the University of Tehran on Saturday. (AFP)
Iranian students run for cover after tear gas was fired during a demonstration at the University of Tehran on Saturday. (AFP)
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Bahrain Calls on Citizens against Traveling to Iran

Iranian students run for cover after tear gas was fired during a demonstration at the University of Tehran on Saturday. (AFP)
Iranian students run for cover after tear gas was fired during a demonstration at the University of Tehran on Saturday. (AFP)

Bahrain called on its citizens on Monday against traveling to Iran “under any circumstances,” reported the Bahrain News Agency (BNA).

The Foreign Ministry issued the travel advisory in wake of the “widespread unrest, unstable security conditions and severe violence in the cities there.”

The ministry called upon Bahraini nationals in Iran to leave immediately and to take utmost care and caution, said BNA.



Muslim World League Welcomes Armenia's Recognition of State of Palestine

Muslim World League Welcomes Armenia's Recognition of State of Palestine
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Muslim World League Welcomes Armenia's Recognition of State of Palestine

Muslim World League Welcomes Armenia's Recognition of State of Palestine

The Muslim World League (MWL) welcomed Armenia’s decision to recognize the State of Palestine, reported the Saudi Press Agency on Saturday.

In a statement, MWL Secretary General Dr. Mohammed Al-Issa emphasized that this decision, along with similar ones, “clearly reflects a growing global recognition of the injustices faced by the Palestinian people and their fundamental right to self-determination and an independent state.”

He commended “the responsible and noble stance of all the countries that have taken this important and just step, urging all countries of the world to follow suit in support of the human and legal rights of the Palestinian people.”