US Divorce to Saudis – Saudis in search of New Partners

Saudi King Abdullah US President ObamaJNN 22 Nov 2014 Washington : Nothing new came from US President Barack Obama’s visit to Riyadh on March 28, except a few additional photographs of the leaders of both countries and a modest dispelling of some contentious issues. Other matters were left to be treated at another juncture, as former Saudi diplomat Abdullah al-Shammari told Al-Monitor.

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Wahabi Lobby Afraid of Shiite Influence , Launches Organised Anti Shia Persecution in Indonesia

Anti Shia National Alliance in Indonesia JNN 23 April 2014 Jakarta : More than 1,000 people attended an anti-Shia declaration on Sunday at the Al Fajr mosque in the West Java capital of Bandung, in what appeared to be the first organized attempt to persecute Shiites in Indonesia. Continue reading

Ayatullah Sistani not backing any Candidate, wants free and Fair Elections in Iraq

Employees of the IHEC take part in vote counting at an analysis centre in Arbil, capital of the autonomous Kurdistan regionJNN 23 April 2013 Baghdad : The senior Iraqi Shia cleric, Grand Ayatollah Sayyed Ali Sistani, denied political leanings towards any specific candidate in the upcoming parliamentary elections in the Arab country, spokesman for the Sadr bloc has said.
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Only two candidates register for Egyptian Presidential election

Egypt's Presidential CandidatesJNN 23 April 2014 Cairo : Egypt’s election commission said on Sunday that only two presidential hopefuls, one of them the powerful former military chief who nine months ago ousted the country’s first democratically elected leader, have submitted their documents to run in next month’s election, AP reported. Continue reading