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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.
Italian scholars unveil Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘only surviving sculpture’
The curators of an exhibition in Florence have this week unveiled what they claim is the only surviving sculpture by Leonardo da Vinci.
Missing Malcolm X writings, long a mystery, are sold
For a quarter century, they have been the stuff of myth among scholars: Three missing chapters from 'The Autobiography of Malcolm X', reputedly cut from the manuscript after his assassination in 1965 because they were deemed too incendiary.
Scholars examine ecological underpinnings of rural poverty
Deep in landlocked Africa, a miracle is unfolding. Less than a generation after a genocidal civil war left it in ruins, Rwanda is defying poverty traps that ensnare many other natural resource-dependent developing countries.
Egypt's scholars reject government-written unified Friday prayers sermons
Senior religious scholars of Egypt’s highest Islamic authority, al-Azhar, have rejected a new government decision to standardize sermons at Friday prayers.
Secret of scholars who impact policy
That crucial question — how science impacts policy — is the focus of a new study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).
Over 200 South African scholars join academic boycott of Israel
Over 200 South African scholars have released a statement announcing their support of an academic boycott of Israel.
Ayatollah Araki urges Muslim scholars not to forget Palestinian cause
Head of the Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought underlined that Muslim world scholars should not forget the cause of Palestine due to terrorism and the crimes committed by ISIL terrorist group.
Scholars urge need to enable access to clean, safe water globally
Two Western scholars have stressed the need to facilitate access to clean and safe water resources for world communities in a recent article, the United Nations Information Center in Tehran (UNIC) reported on Tuesay.
Iranian, Korean scholars call for just peace
Iranian and Korean scholars participating in the Fourth Round of Interreligious Dialogue between Islamic Culture and Relations Organization and Korean Conference of Religions for Peace in Seoul called for the establishment of just peace in the world.
Muslim scholars call for establishment of world assembly
Participants of the World Congress on Extremist and Takfiri Movements in the Islamic Scholars’ View called for establishment of a world assembly of Muslim Ulema in their final statement.

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