Tens of Thousands Bahraini Shia Protesters Rally against the Al Khalifa Brutalities


JNN 02 Sept 2012 Manama : Thousands of protesters from Shiite opposition groups marched in Bahrain on Friday to demand the release of jailed activists, witnesses told AFP. The march held under the slogan “Freedom and Democracy” was organised after a two-month break in demonstrations in the tiny Gulf monarchy ruled by a Sunni minority. It was held near a motorway connecting Shiite villages with Manama. Continue reading

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Jewish Soldiers reveals the Zionist Atrocities against Innocent Palestenians


 

JNN 02 Sept 2012 Tel Aviv : Breaking the Silence (BTS) is an organization comprised of “Israeli” combat veterans. They served since the start of the second Intifada. They refuse any longer to stay silent. Continue reading

US Economy still going Down , results High Un Employment for Years to come


 

JNN 02 Sept 2012 New York : During the Fed’s annual address from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, US Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said current economic conditions are setting America up for “daunting” challenges and continued grim employment numbers. Continue reading

Egypt's Outreach to China and Iran Is Troublesome for U.S. Policy Makers


JNN 01 Sept 2012 Cairo : Egypt’s Islamist president, Mohamed Morsi, has visited China at the invitation of President Hu Jintao. He seeked investments there that will enable Egypt to “dispense of loans and aid,” And after China, Morsi traveled to Tehran to attend the Non-Aligned Movement summit. Continue reading

Egypt’s Outreach to China and Iran Is Troublesome for U.S. Policy Makers


JNN 01 Sept 2012 Cairo : Egypt’s Islamist president, Mohamed Morsi, has visited China at the invitation of President Hu Jintao. He seeked investments there that will enable Egypt to “dispense of loans and aid,” And after China, Morsi traveled to Tehran to attend the Non-Aligned Movement summit. Continue reading