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Rouhani: Islamic Revolution does not belong to a special religion
President Hassan Rouhani said that the Islamic Revolution does not belong to a special religion, stressing that all of the people and religions are owners of the country and the Islamic Revolution.
Social exclusion, and not religion, feeding Western terrorism: UK study
Social exclusion is the main reason behind the growth of terrorism-related motives in people in many Western countries, a British study shows.
Jamaat-e-Islami's Ameer: Religion main factor in Iran- Pakistan relations
The Ameer of Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan Siraj ul Haq said religion plays the most important role in connecting Iran and Pakistan rather than political and economic interests between the two neighboring countries.
Humanities rooted in religion: Leader
The statements made by Leader of Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei in a meeting with the officials of the international congress on the Qur’an and Humanities were published in Qom, Iran.
Iran holds educational course in Zimbabwe
Iran's Cultural Center in Zimbabwe organized an educational course on 'Islam and Christianity' in Harare, the capital of the African country.
Study says Islam to replace Christianity as most popular religion after 2050
Islam will replace Christianity as the most popular religion in the world after 2050, says a study conducted by Pew Research Center.
Daesh must stop killing in name of religion: Bangladesh PM
Hours after Daesh terrorists killed 20 hostages in a café in the capital, Dhaka, Bangladesh’s Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wazed says the militants are "tarnishing" the image of Islam, stressing that the Takfiri group must stop killing people in the name of religion.
Disciple of love, religion
Molana's life and spiritual heritage
Jalaleddin Mohammad, who is known to the Iranians as ‘Molavi’ or ‘Molana’ and to the world as ‘Rumi’, was a great poet and mystic from Iran in the 13th century CE. Molana was born in Balkh, Khorasan region, located in eastern Iran, and immigrated to the western cities of Iran with his family after his father had heard about impending Mongol invasion of Iran.
ICRO unveils book on coexistence
Islamic Culture and Relations Organization (ICRO) unveiled 'Iran; Cradle of Peaceful Religious Coexistence: Christians, Jews and Zoroastrians' on Monday.
Teahouse painting on the wane
Teahouse paintings were created in Iran with the advent of teahouses during the Safavid era (1501-1722). The paintings were based on epic and religious themes and led 'naqqali' and 'pardeh-khani' performances.
UK one of world's least religious countries
The UK is among the least religious countries in the world, according to a new survey.

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