JNN 31 May 2013 Manama : Seven policemen have been injured in an attack in the Bahraini village of Akr, the country’s public security chief has told state media. Continue reading
JNN 31 May 2013 New York : Though the US dollar continues to reign as the foreign reserve currency of choice, a new International Monetary Fund analysis shows that the currency has slumped to a 15-year low, heightening concerns that it may lose that status. Continue reading
JNN 30 May 2013 London : In recent years revelations have been made concerning the involvement of members of Al Saud royal family in scandals in the UK ranging from murder to bribery despite the Saudi regime’s efforts to keep the veil of secrecy and the British government’s attempts to downplay the controversial affairs for the sake of its petro dollars.
In October 2010, a British court sentenced a Saudi prince to the maximum penalty of life in prison for murdering his servant.
Prince Saud Abdulaziz Bin Nasser, a grandson of Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah Bin Abdul-Aziz, was jailed for killing Bandar Abdullah Abdulaziz in London’s Marylebone hotel on 15 February 2010, after subjecting him to a “sadistic” campaign of violence and sexual abuse.
In March 2013, however, Britain’s Ministry of Justice confirmed that the 36-year-old royal flew back to Saudi Arabia after he was granted a transfer to a prison in his homeland.
In June 2010, British Foreign Secretary William Hague also released details of crimes diplomatic staff were accused of, citing staff from the Saudi Arabian mission being suspected of human trafficking and sexual assault.
Moreover, in July 2011, a report showed the number of foreign diplomats and embassy staff in London being arrested over crimes is on the rise, with Saudi Arabia’s embassy topping the list.
According to the figures released by the Metropolitan Police, Saudi Arabia’s mission has produced the highest number of offenders, with four of its embassy staff nabbed for drink-drive charges and another for shoplifting.
Meanwhile, in July 2012, Saudi Princess Sara bint Talal bin Abdul Aziz claimed asylum in the UK over fears for her safety back home.
The princess went to the UK in 2007 after she fell out with her 80-year-old father Prince Talal bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud.
The political asylum request, which came weeks after the death of her uncle and main supporter Crown Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz, who was an opponent of her father, offered an insight into the tensions within the Saudi royal family.
In August 2012, Britain’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) opened an investigation into allegations that a British defence firm deposited millions of pounds into a bank account in Switzerland belonging to one of the members of the Saudi royal family.
The deposit was reported to have been made to ensure that British Ministry of Defence (MoD) would grant a two-billion pounds contract to GPT, a British wing of European Aeronautic Defense & Space (EADS).
The bribery allegations were first brought to light by Ian Foxley, former employee of GPT Special Project Management, who claimed he was sacked after telling the SFO that Saudi officials had been given jewellery, luxury cars and briefcases full of cash.
In 2004, the BBC revealed that secret slush funds were used by the UK’s leading arms maker, BAE Systems, to grease the wheels of the biggest arms deals in British history.
Prince Turki bin Nasser, the Saudi official in charge of the al-Yamamah deal, was found to have been the principal beneficiary of a £60 million slush fund paid through Traveller’s World, a West End travel agency.
The UK Serious Fraud Office launched an investigation into allegations of bribery relating to BAE and the Saudi royals. But the UK government stopped the probe, fearing that it could ruin lucrative arms contracts with Saudi Arabia.
The then British Prime Minister Tony Blair said in December 2006 that the fraud inquiry was being suspended as it was putting diplomatic cooperation between Riyadh and London at risk.
In 1985, the British and Saudi governments began negotiations on a series of unprecedented arms contract known as Al-Yamamah. However, allegations emerged that BAE Systems made corrupt payments totalling £6 billion to Saudi royals to secure the arms deal.
Prince Bandar, son of Prince Sultan, the Saudi Defence Minister also played a key role in negotiations for the deal. According to the reports, the deal brought more than $30 million (£15 million) to Bandar’s dollar account at Riggs Bank in Washington.
In March 2013, court papers showed Prince Mishal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, a former defense minister, and his son Prince Abdulaziz bin Mishal, were involved in a case of London-based company that allegedly facilitated money laundering.
According to contested allegations in court documents obtained by the Guardian and Financial Times, a brother and nephew of Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz are embroiled in litigation with Jordanian businessman Faisal Almhairat over London-registered telecommunications company FI Call Ltd which they jointly owned.
- Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah Reported Clinically Dead (jafrianews.com)
JNN 27 May 2013 The Policeman Constable Tariq Shafi Ansari Alias Doctor who was , also the Ameer ( Chief ) of the Terrorist Ornganisation Lashkar e Jhnagvi , the Terrorist Squad of Sipah e Sahaba Pakistan , was arrested by the LEA’s last week , has confessed in his Joint Interrogation Team ( JIT )Report to the LEA personnel that he assassinated the Well Renowned Prof. Sibte Jafar Zaidi , and atleast Nine Other Shia Men. Continue reading
JNN 30 May 2013 Brussels : The following article is beign written by Shantayanan Devarajan who is chief economist of the World Bank’s Africa region. Wolfgang Fengler is the World Bank’s lead economist for Eritrea, Kenya, and Rwanda, which tells the Future of the World when the European and US Economies are on the fall at the same time African Economies are rising and shows a positive trend . And with these Positive trends we can surely can Plan for our future generations to come , and can at the same time know that why uncertainty is and instability is being infested by the World leading Economies , as they are afraid that if these Nation will become self sufficient then it will be impossible for them to Rule and Govern these areas. Continue reading
JNN 30 May 2013 LONDON – In a major leap for the Muslim minority in Britain, a Pakistani Born Muslim woman Naveed Ikram was named on Tuesday, May 24, as the lord mayor of the district of Bradford. Pakistan born British citizen, Councilor Naeem ul Hassan has been elected as the new Lord Mayor of Manchester, The Mayor of the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames for the Municipal Year 2013/14 is Councillor Meena Bond. Continue reading
JNN 30 May 2013 PESHAWAR – A U.S. drone strike killed the number two of the Pakistani Taliban in the North Waziristan region on Wednesday, three security officials said, in what would be a major blow in the fight against militancy. Continue reading
JNN 30 May 2013 Manama : Tens of thousands of Bahraini Men & Women have participated in a sit-in in protest at a raid on a senior Shia cleric’s home. Continue reading
JNN 30 May 2013 LASHIO, Myanmar — State television has reported that new violence between Buddhists and Muslims in northeastern Myanmar has left one person dead and four injured. Continue reading
JNN 29 May 2013 : Hezbollah Secretary General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah has defended the Lebanese resistance movement’s decision to fight foreign-backed Wahabi militants in the Syrian border town of al-Qusayr. Continue reading
JNN 29 May 2013 KARACHI: About 26 Days After the Shia Advocate Ali Ahmed Jan and his Son Advocate Shakil Ahmed Jan were Martyred in the Ongoing Shia Target Killing on Mauripur road, senior Shia lawyer and noted ‘Zakir’, Kauser Saqlain, and his two young sons were killed on the same road on Tuesday 28 May 2013 , morning. Continue reading
JNN 29 May 2013 PESHAWAR: A bomb exploded outside Imambargah Sakhi Munawar Shah in Imamia Colony on GT Road in Peshawar on Tuesday evening, Martyring at least four people and injuring 17 others. Continue reading
JNN 29 May 2013 Washington : Two well-trained Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents who were involved in the killing of a Boston bombing suspect have suspiciously died. Continue reading
He was arrested and held in custody in February. As he was involved in Provocative Speeches and since his earlier release terrorist attacks has intensified against the Shiite Community , and the Pakistani forces , His group was outlawed by the Pakistani government shortly after his arrest.
Most terrorist organizations like Lashkar-e-Jhangvi and Sipah-e-Sahaba are enjoying the support of Saudi Arabia, as they follow the same Brand of Wahabi Islam , which is being Propogated by the Saudi Monarchy around the world , which teaches terrorism and is against the Main Stream Islam’s teaching.
Ishaq’s imprisonment was a precautionary measure during Pakistan’s election. He has orchestrated numerous terrorist attacks against Shia Muslims in Pakistan. Most of the attacks have been in the city of Quetta in southwestern Pakistan where more than 180 Shias have been killed since January.
Pakistan held elections on May 11 , in which Nawaz Sharif’s Pakistan Muslim League-N Party won the Majority National Assembly seats and are now in the Process of forming the Government to rule for the Next five year term .
Nawaz Sharif has also a soft corner for Taliban the Mother Organization of all the Wahabi Organistaion in Pakistan , supported by Saudi Arabia and Used by the CIA agents for the Disintegration, and to create Chaos in Pakistan .
He has repeatedly said in his speeches that negotiation should be done with the Proclaimed Terrorist Organization Taliban and the terrorists of the group should be requested to come to the table to negotiate a deal , who have Publicly and Practically worked against the Pakistan , and have killed and slaughtered Thousands of Pakistani Citizens and armed Forces Personnel , and have attacked the Armed Forces Sensitive Installlations , like GHQ, Mehran Base , and several Other Places .
Which will be a very dangerous Precedent set for the future to come as the Criminal and Terrorist organization will have a new Life , as they will know that even after committing the Most Henious crimes , one day they ll be set free of all their crimes , and finally they ll be negotiating on their terms with the governments to come .
It is in other words the Victory of the US Government and the reward to the Taliban from them , as now it is the time for them to be rewarded officially by the US Government , for all these years terrorizing the whole of the region and specially the Pakistani Government , and now it is the time to put them on the Main Stream Politics to shape the region and to conduct their Plans as per their desire and will .
But the God is great , as the History have given us a lesson that when ever Pharos think that they are Unbeatables , Moses is send by God to teach them a Lesson , finally when Yazeed e Munafiq thinks now he has attained So Much Power , that he can ruin Islam , and Defame and Deface Islam , Imam Hussain a.s , stoods in his way to create History of Glory and Honor , and Blocked his way for ever , as He gave his life , but left a chain of his followers who ll safe guard His Mission of Truth and Justice till the Dooms day , for which they feel it their Pride to sacrifice their lives for the sake of the Sacred Mission to Uphold the Real Islam , as being sent by the All Mighty Allah, for the well being of the Man Kind .
- CJP & CM – Punjab Supported 40 SSP Terrorist for Contesting 2013 Elections from Punjab (jafrianews.com)
JNN 28 May 2013 Baghdad : A series of blasts ripped through Iraq’s capital on Monday, killing more than 70 and leaving many wounded, marking the latest in over 350 deaths this month as sectarian violence continues to overwhelm the country. Continue reading
JNN 27 May 2013 Riyadh : The Zionist king of Saudi Arabia has been reported clinically dead, with vital organ failure. While it has yet to be confirmed, his time is short, and the only other heirs to the throne are old, ill, inexperienced, and the first heir may suffer from dementia. Continue reading
JNN 27 May 2013 Riyadh : Saudi security forces have arrested another Shia cleric Sheikh Hassan al-Ziyad in the country on charges of espionage for Iran. While Shia Women also Held a Massive Demonstration in the Eastern Oil Rich Province of Qateef, for the release of all Political Prisoners and in Solidarity with the Bahraini Shia Population ,who are suppressed by the Al Khalifa Regime. Continue reading
JNN 23 May 2013 Damascus : Syrian Prime Minister Wael al- Halqi hailed on Tuesday the army’s “big achievements” and stressed that the “victory is nearing,” the state-run SANA news agency reported. Continue reading
JNN 22 May 2013 New York : Gold futures on the COMEX division of the New York Mercantile Exchange fell on Tuesday as investors remained prudent ahead of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke’s congressional testimony on the U.S. economic outlook scheduled for Wednesday. Continue reading
JNN 22 May 2013 Tehran : Iran’s Interior Ministry has published the list of the hopefuls approved to run as official candidates for president in the country’s eleventh presidential election slated for June 14, Press reports. Continue reading
JNN 21 May 2013 RIYADH, – A Saudi Arabian vegetable seller, who set himself on fire in the capital Riyadh on Thursday to express discontent over social and economic injustices in the kingdom, has died. Continue reading
JNN 21 May 2013 Oklahoma : A monstrous tornado that Killed 91 with 20 children among those killed may be remembered as among the largest and most destructive in American history roared through a heavily populated suburb of Oklahoma City, cutting a swathe as much as two miles wide and flattening homes, shops, hospitals and, perhaps most devastatingly, schools that had no time to evacuate. Continue reading
JNN 21 May 2013 Quetta : The voters of PB-2 once again rejected Hazara Democratic Party in May 11 elections by electing Majlis-e Wahadat-e Muslimeen’s candidate. This was HDP’s second consecutive defeat in elections ever since it was made in 2003. But like 2008 defeat, HDP is once again not accepting its rejection by the voters. The rejection of party in electoral politics makes it very clear that Shia Hazaras do not want to give representation to a party and individuals with dubious past, which has an agenda of dividing the shia Community on ethnic and Linguistic grounds to weaken the community. Continue reading
JNN 20 May 2013 Bankok : Governor of Ayutthaya, mayor of Qom and other officials from Iran and Thailand attended a ceremony in honour of Pioneer of Shiite in Thailand , Sheikh Ahmad Qomi, in Ayutthaya, Thailand. Continue reading
JNN 20 May 2013 Manama : Bahraini security forces raided the house of top Shi’ite cleric Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qassim on Friday, the opposition said, an act likely to enrage the island’s majority Shi’ite population which is at loggerheads with its Wahabi rulers. Continue reading
JNN 20 May 2013 Riyadh : While Saudi Arabia has started destroying parts of Masjid Al-Haram in Makkah under the pretext of expanding the mosque, a Wahabi sheikh has called for the total destruction of the Most Sacred place of Islam The Masjid Al Haram , Khana e Kabaa. Continue reading
JNN 20 May 2013 Peshawar : Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI) senior leader and soon-to-be Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, Pervez Khattak on Friday said that the coming provincial government was ready to hold talks with the outlawed Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) militants. Continue reading
JNN 19 May 2013 Kabul : Afghan President Hamid Karzai, has recently been criticized for taking ‘ghost money’ from the CIA and MI6. The sums With both the CIA and MI6 secretly providing ‘ghost money’ bribes to the Afghan political establishment, it’s likely that Afghans will increasingly support a resurgent Taliban and the drug trade will be further propped up. Continue reading
JNN 18 May 2013 TEHRAN – Turkey will to transit 2 billion cubic meters of Iranian gas annually to Europe, While revenue from gas exports will surpass USD 10 billion per year the Mehr News Agency reported on Wednesday. Continue reading
JNN 17 May 2013 London : One in 10 people under 25 are Muslim, while Christianity is in decline, the 2011 UK census reveals. An explosion in the Muslim population and an aging Christian demographic could mean Islam will be the dominant religion in the UK in 10 years. Continue reading
JNN 17 May 2013 Baghdad : At least 12 people were killed and 25 others injured as a suicide bomber blew himself up at a Shiite Imambargah ( Hussainia ) in northern Iraq’s Kirkuk on Thursday, local police sources said. Continue reading
JNN 17 May 2013 Dubai : The Arab League handed Syria’s seat to the opposition group in March, but now it seems to have backtracked on its previous stance. Continue reading
JNN 17 May 2013 Houston : A North Texas community forged ahead in a massive cleanup, and the search for the missing continued Friday from 16 tornadoes that ripped through the area. Continue reading
JNN 17 May 2013 Washington: Even after cutting off the head of al-Qaeda, the United States Department of Defense doesn’t believe an end to the war on terror is in sight. On Thursday, one Pentagon official predicted the mission against al-Qaeda could continue for another two decades. Continue reading
JNN 17 May 2013 TEHRAN, – Iran’s former president Mohammad Khatami once more voiced support for moderate presidential hopeful Akbar Hashemi-Rafsanjani, Press TV reported on Thursday. Continue reading
JNN 17 May 2013 Islamabad : Halal export market offers $ 1.3 Trillion potential and EPZA should submit a detailed proposal, on priority basis for establishment of halal export processing zones in Pakistan. Continue reading
JNN 16 May 2013 Abuja : Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan declared a state of emergency in three northeastern states on Tuesday, ordering in more troops to try to stem an increasingly violent Wahabi insurgency. Continue reading
JNN 16 May 2013 Hiroshima : The proximity of the battlefield gave rise to the ‘comfort women’ system on Japanese-occupied territories in the 1930s, according a Japanese politician. Hundreds of thousands of Chinese and Korean women were forced into sex slavery at the time. Continue reading
JNN 16 May 2013 Yangoon : A boat carrying about 100 Rohingya Muslims capsized off western Myanmar and many were feared drowned at the beginning of a mass evacuation from low-lying regions ahead of a powerful storm, a United Nations official said on Tuesday. Continue reading
JNN 15 May 2013 Riyadh : Saudi Arabian Health Minister Abdullah Al Rabie says at least 15 people have died from a new deadly respiratory virus related to the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). Continue reading
JNN 15 May 2013 New York : Malcolm Shabazz was Martyred by the CIA Agents as he had embraced to Shi’a Sect of Islam and become a spokesman for the “axis of resistance” – which is not just anti-Zionist forces in the Middle East, but anti-empire forces around the world. Continue reading
JNN 15 May 2013 Damascus : A disturbing video which shows a Syrian rebel commander cutting the heart out of a soldier and biting into it shows that the country’s civil war has rapidly descended into sectarian violence and revenge killings, Human Right Watch said on Monday. Continue reading
JNN 14 May 20123 Dhaka : Dreadful conditions for workers in factories producing goods for the West, and plans for the US Seventh Fleet’s relocation make fertile ground for anti-Americanism in Bangladesh, which may see the country falling into the hands of radical Islamists. Continue reading
JNN 13 May 2013 Bahraini regime forces lay siege to Bani Jamra village, west of the capital Manama, amid the continuing crackdown on anti-regime protests in the county, Press reports. Continue reading
JNN 13 May 2013 ANKARA — Two car bombs exploded in a Turkish town near the border with Syria on Saturday, killing around 40 people and wounding 100 others, officials said. Trukish Protesters Demands Erdogans Resignation on Failure of Providing Security Due to bad Foreign Policy , as Syria Denies on allegations of any role in the Car Bombing . Continue reading
JNN 13 May 2013 New Orleans : welve people are being treated for gunshot wounds following a shootout at a second line parade on Mother’s Day in New Orleans. The youngest victim in the surprise attack was 10 years old, according to a local resident. Continue reading