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There is no good in much of their secret conferences save (in) whosoever enjoineth charity and fairness and peace-making among the people and whoso doeth that, seeking the good pleasure of God, We shall bestow on him a vast reward. (Al-Nisa, 4:114).


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Monday, January 28, 2013

Iran hosts 26th Islamic Unity Conference

Published on Jan 27, 2013 : Shia and Sunni scholars from over 100 countries are attending the two-day event to discuss the issue of unity among Islamic Ummah and the existing problems of the Muslim world. During the first day, the speakers highlighted the need for enhancing unity among Muslims. Addressing the conference, Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called on Muslim nations to establish monotheism and justice. Muslim scholars believe there are abundant commonalities among Muslims but the enemies of Islam who have many differences internally are trying to work out unity amongst themselves and create sectarian and ethnic rifts among Muslims in different countries including Syria. In their speeches, the participants cautioned that enemies are exercising various plots and that the Muslim societies should be aware of such threats; A few months ago, the US-Israeli production of an anti-Islam movie triggered the anger of Muslims across the globe. This was followed by the publication of a blasphemous cartoon insulting Prophet Mohammad in France. The conference is also taking place as the Muslims worldwide are celebrating the "Unity Week" which marks the birth anniversary of Prophet Mohammad, the last divine messenger to mankind.

Sunday, January 27, 2013

Patriot missile set up in Turkey.

Published on 26 Jan 2013 : The fırst of sıx patriot mıssıle batterıes deployed in Turkey is now operatıonal. The others are expected to be in place ın the comıng days. Turkey and NATO are stressıng the missile system is purely defensıve.

Journalism & reporting? a One sided interview & views has become the order of the day ... now on Mali?

Friday, January 18, 2013

IAEA : An American tool?

Iran answers IAEA questions if it sees an end to process: Analyst

Published on Jan 18, 2013 : A political commentator says Tehran is ready to answer International Atomic Energy Agency's (IAEA) questions provided that when they are answered the process comes to an end. "I have talked to Iranian diplomats and they told me that Iran has constantly expressed its willingness to answer all the questions that have been raised [by IAEA], provided that when the questions are answered, the process comes to an end," Hamid Reza Emadi said in an interview with Press TV on Friday.

Emadi stated that Iran is ready to give access to Parchin once a structured framework for cooperation is finalized and signed by the two sides. "But the IAEA, under pressure from the West, does not want anything to be finalized at this point in time and they want to prolong the issue for an unspecified period of time," he added.

Saturday, January 12, 2013

The Guantanamo Bay trials : Lies won't go far?

U-turn leaves Guantanamo Bay 9/11 trials in disarray

The Guantanamo Bay trials are in such disarray that nobody may ever be convicted of the 9/11 attacks in New York and Washington, it emerged today.

The US military base's chief prosecutor, Brigadier General Mark Martins, announced this week that he had asked the Pentagon to drop conspiracy charges against the five men awaiting trial for their part in the 2001 atrocity. The U-turn comes in the wake of an appeal court overturning one existing conviction and looking set to do so for another. Speaking to The Independent, defence lawyers insisted the prosecution was refusing to admit the severity of the move, which they say could fatally undermine the case against five men accused of orchestrating the 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon – as well as weakening all previous convictions.

"It is a much bigger deal than they are making it out to be," said Cheryl Bormann, a lawyer for defendant Walid bin Attash. "It is going to make their case far more difficult to prove." She added that demonstrating intent to murder was far more challenging than proving conspiracy.

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French foreign policy contradicts itself: 'France fighting Mali Islamists while supporting extremists in Syria'

Published on Jan 12, 2013 : A French pilot has been killed in fighting in Mali, as the European nation continues to launch air strikes against Islamist militants. It comes after Mali's government troops chased rebels out of the key central town of Konna - aided by the French military. The UN Security Council called for a 'speedy deployment' of international forces to battle the rebels - who'd seized the north of the country last April, and since made significant advances.

President Hollande announced on Friday that the intervention in Mali 'would last as long as necessary'.

Demonstrations in Kuala Lumpur.

Orderly and peaceful : what the government's control media did not report! Published on Jan 11, 2013 : Orderly crowd from all directions stream to Stadium Merdeka.

Friday, January 4, 2013

Al Saud resorts to draconian repression:

Published on 4 Jan 2013 : An American expert believes that the Al Saud ruling family of Saudi Arabia resorts to draconian repression and bribery in order to stay in power.

In their latest wave of protests, Saudi Arabian people staged rally against the ruling Al Saud family on Wednesday in the al-Qassim region north of Riyadh. The demonstrators chanted anti-regime slogans and called for the release of political prisoners. On the same day, people demonstrated in the holy city of Mecca and the central city of Buraidah.

Dr. Kevin Barrett, an author and Islamic studies expert in Madison