JNN 29 April 2013 Riyadh : The Saudi Wahhabi cleric and the faculty member at the Islamic University of Imam Muhammad bin Saud, Dr. Saad al-Durihim, called Iraqi Mujahideen (al Qaeda terrorist groups) to kill Shiite women and children in order to cause more terror and fear among Iraqi people. Continue reading
JNN 30 April 2013 Stockholm : Muslim Worshippers at the Fittja mosque in southern Stockholm on Friday heard Sweden’s first-ever call to prayer ( Azaan ) , which brought some congregation members to tears of joy. Continue reading
JNN 30 April , 2013 BAGHDAD – Iraqi Govt has suspended the licenses of satellite news network Al Jazeera and nine other channels, accusing them of inciting violence through their coverage of recent sectarian clashes. Continue reading
The total number of unemployed people in Spain has now passed the six million figure, although the rate of the increase has slowed.
The figures underline Spain’s struggle to emerge from an economic crisis which began five years ago.
A big demonstration in Madrid is being planned against the austerity measures.
On Friday, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy will unveil fiscal and policy measures aimed at halting recession in the eurozone’s fourth-largest economy.
“These figures are worse than expected and highlight the serious situation of the Spanish economy as well as the shocking decoupling between the real and the financial economy,” said Jose Luis Martinez, strategist at Citi.
Last week, the International Monetary Fund cut its 2013 forecast for Spain’s growth to a 1.6% contraction from 1.5% and said the unemployment rate would peak at 27% this year.
The unemployment figure is the highest since at least 1976, the year after dictator Francisco Franco’s death began Spain’s transition to democracy.
The jobless rate, which stood at 7.9% in mid-2007, has risen relentlessly since the collapse in 2008 of a Spain’s labour-intensive property boom
Spain’s Official Population is around 47 Million which includes children and elders also who are not able to work , while about 6 Million of the Earning Members of the family are out of Work , which is a very alarming rate , as if this is not controlled , then the anarchy and chaos will grip the country badly , and as the Euro has exceeded its worth , and the Living expenses are so high , that it looks that it is now near to Impossible to create Jobs , until the salaries are cut and even very tough austerity measures are taken to control the situation , which is becoming uncontrollable .
On Wednesday, Mr Rajoy told parliament that the job situation for the entire year “will not be good, but it will be less bad than in the preceding years”.
“Next year we will have growth and jobs will be created in our country,” he said.
Meanwhile official figures in France also showed a fresh record high in unemployment. Some 3.2 million people are now seeking work in the eurozone’s second-largest economy.
JNN 29 April 2013 Hangu : A bomb exploded near the election office of NA-39’s independent candidate Syed Noor Akbar Alam on Hangu road in Kacha Pakka village of Kohat region , adjacent to Pakistan’s restive tribal areas along the Afghan border.killing at least Eight people and injuring 25 others. Continue reading
JNN 29 April 2013 Beirut : Deputy Russian Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov has hailed the credibility of the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah, saying Moscow will cooperate with the popular movement. Continue reading
JNN 29 April 2013 Manama : Saudi Arabia has sent more tanks and weapons for its troops in Bahrain during the Formula One Grand Prix auto race in Manama. Further More The Bahraini Government has confirmed that they have arrested about 22 Men Since February , for their crime of Protesting against the Monarchy, and demanding their Basic Human Rights. Continue reading
JNN 29 April 2013 Jeddah : Former Dutch Islamophobe and a former leading member of far-right Dutch politician Geert Wilders’ party Arnoud Van Doorn visited the Prophet’s Mosque in Madinah to do the Holy Pilgrimage and to pray and apologize for becoming part of a blasphemous film. Continue reading
JNN 28 April 2013 Karachi : Once again the Shia Target Killing accelerates as in the Broad Day Light , Shia Activist Sh.Mohd.Hassan Kashmiri s/o Sartaj Hussain Kashmiri , 38 was targeted in the Ali Basti area of P.S Gulbahar, who embraced Martyrdom on the spot, while on the same day with a difference of a couple of Hours , JAP Leader Molana Baqar Zaidi was Targetted by the Terrorist in the P.S Liaqatabad area, where his Police Guard Qasim Jafri was Martyred by the firing of SSP Terrorists. Continue reading
JNN 26 Apr 2013 Damascus : Syria’s foreign-backed opposition has accused Lebanon’s Islamic resistance movement Hezbollah of “declaring war” on militants in the Arab country. Continue reading
JNN 24 Apr 2013 Islamabad : The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Monday disclosed names of those journalists and media persons who were allegedly paid huge money by the information ministry through its secret funds. Continue reading
JNN 23 Apr 2013 St. Petersburg : People across Russia have been celebrating the 143rd birthday of Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin and two revellers in a North Russia village went too far, and ended up beheading a statue of the leader of the Bolshevik revolution. Continue reading
JNN 22 Apr 2013 Sofia : Unable to provide enough money to gain back their worship place, the Muslim community in Bulgaria’s second largest city of Plovdiv is outraged by the turning of a historic mosque into a bar. Continue reading
JNN 22 Apr 2013 Riyadh : Saudi Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul Aziz Bin Abdullah al-Sheikh has defended Riyadh’s demolition of early Islamic heritage sites in the holy city of Mecca. Continue reading
JNN 22 Apr 2013 Boston : The mother of the two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings has unveiled that her sons have fallen victim to a ‘setup’ and that her elder son had been under FBI surveillance for about five years. Continue reading
JNN 21 Apr 2013 SHANGHAI : A magnitude 6.6 earthquake in southwestern China has left 203 dead and over 11,500 people injured. The Chinese army has stepped in to deal with the debris of collapsed houses and public building as death toll continues to rise. Continue reading
JNN 19 Apr 2013 TEHRAN – Iran exported 11.054 billion kilowatt hours of electricity to its neighboring countries in the past Iranian calendar year, which ended on March 20, showing 29 percent rise year on year, the Fars News Agency reported. Continue reading
JNN 18 Apr 2013 ISLAMABAD — Former Pakistani President Ex General Pervez Musharraf criticized allegations against him as “politically motivated” Friday, following his arrest in a case involving his decision to fire senior judges while in power. Continue reading
JNN 18 Apr 2013 : A Lot of Non Muslim Women are converting to Shia Sect of Islam , as they feel it is more close to the Principals of Nature and every law which it narrates have some logic behind it , and nothing is fictitious , and especially the Role Models of the Shia Sect which are Ahlul Bayt are answer to all the Problems ,a person can face Here in after . Continue reading
JNN 18 Apr 2013 WEST, Texas – An explosion tore through a fertilizer plant and leveled dozens of homes in a small Texas town late on Wednesday, killing up to 15 people, injuring more than 160 and spewing toxic fumes that forced the evacuation of half the community. Continue reading
JNN 17 Apr 2013 Damascus : Syrian government troops have broken through a six-month rebel blockade in northern Syria and are now fighting to recapture a vital highway, opposition and state media said on Monday. Continue reading
JNN 16 Apr 2013 ISLAMABAD – Courts in Pakistan have disqualified former President Pervez Musharraf for contesting parliamentary elections for suspending the constitution and imposing emergency in 2007 during his rule, lawyers said Tuesday. Continue reading
JNN 17 Apr 2013 TEHRAN – A very strong earthquake measuring 7.7 on the Richter scale on Tuesday hit the Iranian city of Saravan in the southeastern Sistan and Baluchestan Province which borders Pakistan, the Iranian Seismological Center reported. Continue reading
JNN 17 Apr 2013 London : A group of British MPs have called for the Bahrain Grand Prix to be cancelled amid unrest in the Gulf state. Continue reading
JNN 16 Apr 2013 Kabul : Illegal poppy cultivation in Afghanistan is expected to reach a record high this year. As NATO troops withdraw and the international aid effort winds down, the country’s economy is set to shrink, making other legal crops less attractive. Continue reading
JNN 16 Apr 2013 Cairo: A court in Cairo has ordered the release of President Hosni Mubarak over the deaths of protesters during the 2011 uprisings in Egypt. However, he will remain in custody pending investigations into corruption charges, Ahram Online reported. Continue reading
JNN 16 Apr 2013 Yangoon : Eyewitnesses to a massacre at an Islamic school say it was carried out by Buddhists, and many contend it stems from a coordinated effort with ties to the top Army Brass , which is fanning sectarianism in Yangoon , for their Personal gains as the Muslims holds a big chunk of Businesses In Myanmar , which the Budhist fear may lead to Islamisation of Myanmar. Continue reading
Read this report to know much which is revealed about a US conspiracy against Syria.
Two years past since Syrian crisis, which, to the testimony of friends and enemies of Syria, it was not a people’s revolution, but a conspiracy to overthrow Syrian government and landing blow to axis of Resistance against Israel.
Syrian crisis has negative effect not only on Syrian government, but more also to Syrian people. Regardless of civilians killed in the crisis, thousands abandoned their homes in fear of their lives and homes, and get refuge in neighboring countries
Crisis centers in Syria
As the picture below shows, centers of crisis and conflict in Syria are in western and north western provinces of Quneitra, Swayda, Damascus, Homs, Tartus, Hamah, Latakia, Aleppo, and Idlib, where the majority of people have left their homes due to unfavorable living conditions.
Lebanon, Jordan, and Turkey, having borders with Syria, naturally host refugees from this country. The latest statistics given by Lakhdar Barahimi, UN special envoy to Syria in 2013, has exceeded 4 million.
Unfortunate conditions in camps
Turkey and Jordan have hosted the largest numbers of Syrian refugees, and Syrian people, in search of mental peace, and not physical peace, go to these camps. Camps such as Al-Za’tri in Jordan, located in the most severe geographical site, deserts of northern Jordan, with hot summer, and frigid winters, established in farthest point from populated areas. Living conditions are in such a desperate condition that so far, thousands of Syrian refugees have left the camps for their home in Syria, and hundreds have escaped to other Jordan cities, and every week, the news of unrest and conflict in these camps and crackdown by security forces of host countries are reported by the media. Refugees protested their bad living conditions in camps by resorting to strikes and rallies.
Conditions in Turkish camps, which host more than 80,000 Syrian refugees in 12 camps is not better than those in Jordan. Many cases of unrest take place by the refugees in Turkish camps, where the security forces of host country have been forced to intervene and disperse the protesters by teargas, batons, and air shooting. Refugees have protested for bad living conditions, lack of the least facilities for living. But bad conditions and failure to fulfill promises made are not to inflict pain to Syrians’ hearts; what is unfortunate and to be regretted, and brought about international awe, reports of new plights inflicted to Syrian refugees.
Al-Za’tri camp marriage mafia
The media has reported about several types of abusing Syrian refugee women and girls. For example, Walid Awad, a human rights activist, who works in providing humanitarian aid for Syrian refugees in Al-Za’tri camp in Jordan, points to marriage mafia in the camp. “ some Jordanian religious clerics and Sheikhs has recognized marriages under the banner of ‘supportive marriage,’ and ‘forced marriage’ for justifying rape of Syrian women and girls,” he says, and that “ those who want to marry a Syrian girl, simply marry them Amman, Arid, Ramtha, or Karak, and buy a Syria girl for only $ 100 or 200 for permanent marriage.
Faten, a girl raped in Hamam
Faten, 29, is one such girl, however not sold, but has been victim to rape. While she cleans her tears by her scarf, accounts the painful memory of being raped by four camp guards. She is from Al Wa’ar in Homs, who was raped by four camp guards when she was going to public bath. She says she would never forget the ‘horrific’ nightmare.
Maltreatment while distributing food and humanitarian aid
Basma, 20, is a Syrian girl who has come to Al-Za’tri camp along with hundreds of refugees after all her family members were murdered by terrorists in Daraa. She has not been raped, however, she complains about maltreatment in distributing food and humanitarian aid among refugees.
Basma points to forced marriage of Syrian girls. “Unfortunate and bad conditions governing Al-Za’tri camp has lured some wealthy men to grasp the opportunity to propose ‘apparent’ marriage to female refugees under the pretext of providing support for them,” she says. “I remember a man who came with his car to the camp and examined the appearance of girls and women in camp, and then ordered his aide to take photos of some of girls,” she adds.
Syrian women and girls for $ 150
Conditions in border region of Ramtha are the same, and refugees give accounts of harassment of Syrian teen girls, which has led to violence between camp residents and local people. Abu Tayr, a social activist, provides help to Syrian refugees. “You cannot see a company of Jordanians where they do not talk about trading Syrian women and girls only for $ 150. It is simply going to the camp and getting one of them,” he says
Turkish camps even more unfortunate
The condition of Syrian refugees in Turkish camps is not better than those of their compatriots in Jordanian camps. Refugees in camps such as Yayladağı, Altınözü, Hatay, Reyhanlı, Boynuyogun, and Kilis, not only are subject to maltreatment and the lack of food, but also they are subject to crackdown by Turk security forces who have abused girls and women.
Turkish media and internet news networks, including Aydınlık, report that since August 2012, 400 Syrian women have been raped, 250 being pregnant.
Child malnutrition and mortality
To the testimony of Syrian women refugees living in camps, in one of the camps alone, more than 70 girls have been victim to rape, and as said before, this is in addition to plights of hunger, maltreatment, and contagious diseases rampant among the refugees especially children, which caused death of tens of children due to diarrhea. Add to this situation the mental and psychological problems the camp residents face daily.
Research on 300 children residing in Gaziantep camp by Bahçeşehir University department of Psychology emphasized that children in the camp suffered from depression, aggression, and anxiety. The camp dwellers give accounts of prisons which had surrounded by barbed wire with electricity and poisonous Flex component, and guarded by wards armed with warm weapons.
Trafficking Syrian refugees’ organs
Palestinian Al Manar Weekly wrote in one of its reports about Syrian refugee camps that a multi-national network, with Turkish, American, and French officials among them, has launched on Syrian refugees’ human organ trafficking.
The report adds that Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Turkish Prime Minister has prevented refugees returning to Syria, so that organ trafficking continues. The network murder Syrian refugees in the camps systematically and traffic their organs. Syrian refugees in Turkish camps are missing in daily basis, and the corpses of children are found in forests and mounts near the camps. A number of refugees who went for interview to security forces have not returned. Many of the refugees say that Turkish authorities were aware of rapes in Turkish camps, including in Boynuyogun camp in Altınözü region.
Turkish authorities are aware of the situation in camps
Syrian refugees in Boynuyogun camp say that the camp is presided over by a person called Abdu Aslanar. He has established a network offering girls and women among Syrian refugees to the costumers. The case has been exposed to Hatay province governor, and failure in handling the case by the governor and his attempt to cover the issue led to his and Abdu’s dismissal from their posts.
Terrorists are accomplice to rapists
Syrian refugees say rape cases are not limited to inside the camps, but that supported by Erdoğan’s government, started with the refugee exodus from crisis-stricken regions. In many cases, terrorists have forced the refugees to leave their homes against their own consent. “Having been forced to abandon our homes, we crossed Turkish borders and settled in camps prepared by Turkish government, and ‘revolutionary’ terrorists, offered girls and women to Turkish military men for some cash, and when the present was young, the cash would be more,” a refugee says.
International medical groups expose the truth
The rapes were exposed when a UN and Doctors without Borders-affiliated groups entered the camps to examine the refugee health conditions. They were surprised when they found out many cases of pregnancies, while in majority of cases, pregnant had not been married or were women who had not met their husbands. The medical group also had treated 3 cases of teen suicide victims, who were victim to gang rape by Turk military and Syrian revolutionaries. The youngest girls raped by Turk military and revolutionaries were a girl of 13, who had entered Turkey to find peace and security along with her mother. A rape victim says that “I begged a Turkish military man not to rape me, since I was a Sunni like him, but he replied that I was a Syrian Sunni, and he was Erdoğangi Sunni.”
A Syrian mother: they raped my two daughters before my eyes
A Syrian mother gives an account of the rape of her daughters: “Turkish military men in the camp raped my daughters, Fatima and Wafa, before my eyes, and filmed the scene so that I could not reveal the issue. They threatened me to publish the films in case that I inform anybody about the case.”
These accounts were only a small part of plights Syrian refugees, especially women and girls, face daily in Turkish and Jordanian camps.
JNN 16 Apr 2013 Baghdad : A string of attacks in several parts of Iraq killed 46 and injured almost 300 on Monday. The upsurge of violence came as Iraqis prepare to go to polls for their first election since the withdrawal of US troops. Continue reading
JNN 16 Apr 2013 Boston : At least three people are dead following a Twin simultaneous explosions in Boston, Massachusetts near the finish line of Boston Marathon Monday before 3 p.m. EST, where thousands of Marathon runners were participating in the annual Boston Marathon. While the Third Bomb Blast happened at the JFK Library, in all of these incidents Local media report at least 140 people have been injured as well. Continue reading
JNN 13 Apr 2013 New York : Grey areas in US legislation could mean that taxpayer money is financing Afghan terrorism, a report has revealed. It calls on Congress to change the $100,000 threshold on reconstruction contracts to include the 80 percent that evade scrutiny. Continue reading
JNN 13 Apr 2013 Nocosia : The EU has reportedly approved a multibillion-euro bailout for Cyprus in a bid to save the country’s collapsing economy. Continue reading
JNN 13 Apr 2013 Manama : Tension in Bahrain is rising again as the country prepares for next weekend’s Grand Prix, 12 months after Formula One caused a worldwide furore by staging a race in the Gulf kingdom. Continue reading
JNN 12 Apr 2013 New York : The idea of thousands of drones buzzing high above Main Street, USA may sound just a bit too Orwellian for most people. But according to the FAA, the future is already here. As now after the Obama administration said it reserves the right to kill Americans who are believed to pose a threat to national security – without any due process whatsoever. Continue reading
JNN 11 Apr 2013 Mashad : Assistance of Sacred Premises and Pilgrims’ Affairs of Astan Quds Razavi announced that 17 millions pilgrims visited the Imam Ridha Holy Shrine during Nowruz days. Continue reading
JNN 11 Apr 2013 Manama : Bahraini Shia Muslims citizens showed their confirmed determination and participated in the prayers Organized on the demolished Mosques sites across Bahrain as part of a campaign ” The highlight the atrocities of the Al Khalifa Wahabi Monarchy who have demolished Several mosques for their Personal Benefits ,to save their Unjust rule of Oppresion And discrimination. In this regard they have Organised “ Demolished Mosques week in Bahrain” titled ” strives to ruin them” ( war on religious freedoms), from 5-11 April,2013 to mark the second anniversary of mosques demolition when more than 38 mosques had been demolished by the regime in Bahrain. Continue reading
JNN 11 Apr 2013 Kuwait : The Attacker of the Shiite Mosque in Kuwaiti, was arrested with in 48 Hrs of the third attack , as Kuwaiti lawmaker asked interior minister should either catch those who attacked a Shiite mosque before dawn Sunday or resign. The Act of Terrorism was equally and strongly condemned by all the Sections of Society , regardless of sect as even the Sunni MP also condemned the act and asked checking the sectarianism at its roots , nipping it in the bud. Continue reading
JNN 11 Apr 2013 TEHRAN – Iran started extraction from two uranium mines and opened a yellowcake plant on Tuesday to mark National Nuclear Technology Day. On the same day in a different ceremony Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad unveiled five new home-made radiomedicines in a ceremony here in Tehran on Tuesday.
JNN 11 Apr 2013 Athens : A 111 year-old mosque in Thessaloniki, Greece has opened its doors to Muslim worshippers for the first time in 90 years at the same time a planned mosque in Athens is moving closer to reality. Continue reading
JNN 10 Apr 2013 Cairo : A female student at the Al-Azhar College for Girls in Assiut is facing an investigation to ascertain if she is a Shi’a or not. As this is a worst form of Discrimination and Sectarianism as she is might be rusticated from the college , because of just being belonging to the Shia Sect . Continue reading
JNN 10 Apr 2013 Amman : Another Wahabi / Salafi cleric Sheikh Yasir al-‘Ajlawni has gone public to announce a fatwa that permits US-backed FSA Terrorist to rape non-Sunni women in Syria as part of a “Sexual Jihad” that has seen girls as young as 14 transported into the country to give Sexual service to the needs of Saudi Sponsored & US Sponsored anti-Assad terrorists. Continue reading
JNN 10 Apr 2013 YANGON, Myanmar,: Police in Myanmar said they were investigating the head of a mosque and a Muslim teacher for possible negligence after a pre-dawn fire swept a religious dormitory Tuesday, killing 13 children in a blaze that raised new concern over sectarian tensions that have plagued the country since anti-Muslim violence hit the nation’s heartland last month. Continue reading
JNN 10 Apr 2013 Melbourne :Making history in the multicultural country, a Pakistani-origin Muslim has been appointed as the first Muslim woman in any Australian parliament, breaking new grounds for politics in New South Wales. Continue reading
JNN 10 Apr 2013 Dhaka : One person has been killed and dozens injured at the start of a 36-hour strike by an opposition alliance in Bangladesh, officials have said. Continue reading
JNN 10 Apr 2013 Baghdad : Al-Qaeda in Iraq admitted on Tuesday long-held suspicions it is behind a terrorist group fighting against the Syrian government of President Bashar al-Assad. Continue reading
JNN 10 Apr 2013 Tehran : A strong earthquake measuring 6.1 on the Richter scale has struck the town of Kaki near the southern Iranian city of Bushehr, the home of Iran’s first nuclear power plant. killing at least 33 people and leaving more than 850 injured. Continue reading