Exodus of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar , A Dangerous Trend

Exodus of Rohingya Muslims from MyanmarJNN 30 Oct 2014 Myanmar : A growing sense of desperation is fueling a mass exodus of Rohingya Muslims from western Myanmar, with at least 8,000 members of the long-persecuted minority fleeing by boat in the last two weeks, according to residents and a leading expert. Continue reading

Grenade attack at Karachi Imambargah ( Hussainia ) Infant Martyred , 7 Women Injured

Hand Grenade Attack at IRC , Infant Killed 28 Oct 2014JNN 29 Oct 2014 KARACHI: A nine-month-old Baby girl lost her life while eight others, including six women, were injured when a hand grenade was lobbed at the Islamic Research Centre (IRC) at Ayesha Manzil, Karachi on Tuesday evening. Continue reading

Pakistani Shia Leader of SMP still Behind Bars By Biased Punjab Govt , even after the Court’s Immediate Release Orders

Allama Ghulam Raza NaqviJNN 28 Oct 2014 Lahore : Lahore Anti-Terrorisim Curt (ATC) has order for the immediate release of top Pakistani Shia leader, Syed Ghulam Raza Naqvi on Monday after he was passed his 18 years imprisonment without any charges. But the Biased Punjab Govt has still not released him.
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Yemeni Shia Ansarullah Fighters Claims another Victory Takes Control of Important Border Crossing With Saudi Arabia

Shia Ansarullah Fighters takes control of BOrder Post Along Saudi ArabiaJNN 28 Oct 2014 Sanaa : Fighters from the Shia Houthi Ansarullah movement have reportedly managed to take control of a strategically-important crossing along Yemen’s northern border with Saudi Arabia. Continue reading

Saudi Zionist Relations Making Pakistan a test case for Israeli Diplomatic Relations with the Islamic World

Israeli Stall @ Islamic University Islamabad 7JNN 27 Oct 2014 Islamabad : The Saudi Funded and Administered International Islamic University of Islamabad , Held a UN Debate in which Israeli Culture was Promoted , which was Organized by the Foreign Women Students of the University .
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How IS became the Wealthiest Terrorist Organisation , with Millions of Dollars income every Month

IS World Wealthiest Terrorist OrganisationJNN 26 Oct 2014 Washington : The ISIS has become the world’s wealthiest terror group, earning tens of millions of dollars a month from illegal oil sales and ransoms, US officials said Thursday. Continue reading

17 Shia Martyred in a Suicide Terrorist Attack on a Mosque in Baghdad, Dozens Shia & Sunni Volunteers Killed in US & Allied Forces Airstrikes

17 Shia Martyred in a Suicide Blast Near Mosque in Baghdad , Shia Volunteer Martyred in US AirstrikesJNN 21 Oct 2014 Baghdad : A bomb explosion in Iraq’s capital city of Baghdad has left 17 Shia worshipers Martyred and dozens wounded. At the same time Dozens of Shia , Sunni and Kurd Volunteers , who have joined forces to fight ISIL Terrorist have been Killed in the Airstrikes by the US and Allied forces ,which are suppose to be against the ISIL Terrorists, but on the ground have killed the Volunteers fighting against the Occupying ISIL Terrorists.
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Oil Pipeline Set on fire By Rebels, Police attacked in the Awamiya , Saudi Arabia

Oil Pipeline in Saudi ArabiaJNN 20 Oct 2014 Riyadh : Gunfire aimed at security forces set fire to an oil pipeline in eastern Saudi Arabia Saturday, official media said, three days after a dissident local Shiite cleric was sentenced to death. Continue reading

Grand Ayatullahs , Irani Govt , AI , HRW & Shias Across the World Deplores the Biased Death Verdit of Saudi Shia Cleric by Wahabi Monarchy

Bahraini Woman Holds Photo of Saudi Shia Cleric Nimr Baqar Al NimrJNN 19 Oct 2014 TEHRAN – Iranian Grand Ayatollahs and Associations have deplored Death sentence against Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr, a prominent Saudi Arabian Shia cleric. Continue reading

Australian Muslims Resists Parliament’s recommendations to Ban Passages of Quran

Australian Parliament Bans Passages of Quran

JNN 18 Oct 2014 Sydney  – Feeling targeted by the new anti-terror laws, Australian Muslim scholars have demanded the removal of the offence of “advocating terrorism” from the so-called Foreign Fighters Bill, seeing its broad definition as criminalizing those who teach certain passages of Qur’an and Old Testament.

A scholar could fall foul of the new law even if he simply “advocated the duty of a Muslim to defend his land,” Grand Mufti of Australia Ibrahim Abu Mohammad and the Australian National Imams Council said in a submission to the parliament, Sydney Morning Herald reported on Wednesday, October 8.

“We are therefore concerned that the proposal has serious implications on free speech and will have a chilling effect on legitimate religious and political debate,” the submission, made by the Council representing 250 imams, said.

The Muslims’ recommendations were made after attorney general, George Brandis, said that the public would have a chance to comment on second tranche of national security legislation, commonly known as the Foreign Fighters Bill.

The bill is currently examined by the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security (JCIS).

Appearing in front of the committee on Wednesday, members of the Muslim Legal Network said the laws should target the extreme fringe, not mainstream Muslims.

They said any religious community could face being charged with a terror-related offence “if they refer back to stories in the Qur’an, Bible and Torah in their sermons”.

Scholars have pointed out that the Old Testament includes violent imageries as well, citing Psalm 137 which threatens Babylonians that “blessed shall he be who takes your little ones and dashes them against the rocks”.

Legitimate Struggle

Another submission was made by the Islamic Council of Victoria which warned that the new law would incriminate Muslims who support “legitimate forms of armed struggle”, including resistance to the Assad regime in Syria and the Palestinian conflict with Israel.

“The broad definition of ‘terrorism’ and the way in which it is sometimes selectively applied to such groups is problematic … [and] the power of the Attorney-General to list terrorist organizations without oversight and consistency exacerbates this problem,” it said.

“Broadening this definition to include ‘foreign incursions’ and ‘treason’ when Australia already has laws which deal with these further muddies the water on the issue of what can be considered terrorism and what should be considered legitimate resistance to oppression.

“Criminalizing the act of ‘advocating terrorism’ adds another layer of complexity to this issue. The scope of what constitutes ‘advocating terrorism’ is unclear.”

The council identified what it says is a double standard in Muslims wanting to go to Syria and Iraq to provide aid having their passports cancelled “while ignoring the travel of Zionist Jews wishing to travel to Israel – a state which illegally occupies Palestinian territory with intention of fighting in a war against Gazans and has been accused of war crimes”.

Muslims, who have been in Australia for more than 200 years, make up 1.7 percent of its 20-million population.

In post 9/11-era, Australian Muslims have been haunted with suspicion and have had their patriotism questioned.

The anti-Muslim sentiments further increased following last week’s anti-terror raids, deemed the biggest in Australian history, in which 15 people were arrested from north-western Sydney.

The raids were followed by a huge number of anti-Muslim attacks, including a mosque being defaced in Queensland and direct threats issued against the Grand Mufti of Australia.

134 Martyred In Shiite Neighborhoods in 2 Hrs by Terrorists in Baghdad, 3790 Killed in September across Iraq

134 Martyred in Shiite Neighborhoods in Car Bomb attacks in BaghdadJNN 17 Oct 2014 Baghdad : Four car bomb attacks and a mortar strike around Shi’ite parts of northern Baghdad killed 36 people and wounded 98 within a span of two hours Thursday afternoon, police and medical officials said.
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Pakistani Terrorists Organisation TTP’s 5 Commanders and Spokesman Pledge allegiance to IS

TTP spokesperson Shahid ullah ShahidJNN 15 Oct 2014: Six Senior figures in the Pakistani Taliban have pledged allegiance to the Islamic State and its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in a symbol of the terrorists’ expanding influence among Islamist groups. Continue reading

200,000 Indian Sunni , Shia , Christian & Hindus Volunteer to fight against IS terrorist in Iraq

200,000 Indians Volunteer to Fight Against ISJNN 10 Oct 2014 Delhi : Leaders at the Karbala Mosque in New Delhi said 200,000 people across India – including Sunni Muslims, Christians and Hindus – had registered their interest to volunteer in Iraq since June.
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Curfew imposed ,18 Killed as Kurds Protest across Turkey against Govt’s Inaction on ISIL Advance on Syrian Kurd Town of Kobani

Turkish Kurds Protest against Govt's Inaction against ISIL TerroristJNN 09 Oct 2014 Istanbul : Turkey’s military on Wednesday imposed a curfew in parts of the southeast after at least 18 people were killed in pro-Kurdish protests over the government’s failure to act against ‘jihadists’ attacking the Syrian border city of Kobani.

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Yemen’s Powerful Shia Group Ansarullah rejects US sponsored Prime Minister

Yemen's Newly Appointed PM Ahmed Awad bin MubarakJNN 08 Oct 2014 Sanaa : Yemen’s Shia Revolutionaries Known as Ansarulla have rejected the new Yemeni Prime Minister just hours after his appointment, in a blow to hopes of restoring order two weeks after they overran the capital. saying the decision has been made at the behest of the United States. Continue reading

‘Muslim Free Zone’: Arkansas Gun Range Bans Muslim Customers

Muslim Free Zone -JNN 06 Oct 2014 New York : A gun range in Arkansas is stirring up controversy across the United States after it banned Muslims from using the establishment following alleged complaints over “Allah Akbar” ringtones belonging to Muslim customers with poor English skills. Continue reading

Hong Kong’s Pro-Democracy Protesters Vows to Stand Firm Against Government

Hong Kong's Pro Democracy ProterstersJNN 06 Oct 2014 HONG KONG—Student pro-democracy leaders urged their supporters to occupy demonstration sites Saturday night as police and government officials demanded an end to the protests, marking a hardening of positions with a day left before the city’s work week begins. Continue reading

Extremist Myanmar and Sri Lankan Buddhists Gang against Muslim Minorities

Ashin-Wirathu monk Sign of Terror in MyanmarJNN 06 Oct 2014 Myanmar : A radical monk who heads a movement accused of stirring violence against Muslims in Myanmar has announced a partnership with a hardline Buddhist group in Sri Lanka to defend their religion. Continue reading

Drugs & Prostitution Boosting Britain’s descending Economy

Rising Prostitution and Drugs in BritianJNN 05 Sept 2014 London : Britons’ spending on prostitution and illegal drugs bolsters the UK economy by as much as £11 billion (US$17.8 billion) per year, according to newly published figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS). Continue reading

Atleast 11 Shia Men Martyred in 3 Seperate Bomb Blasts By Taliban Terrorists in Quetta and Kohat

Quetta Bomb Blast on Sipini RoadJNN 05 Oct 2014 Quetta : 5 Martyred Dozen injured in a Suicide Blast in a crowded market of Aliabad , Hazara Town in Quetta where people were shopping for Eid . Seven dead in a separate IED explosion targeting police vehicle in Quetta Dozens more injured in explosion hitting a passenger van at a bus stop in Kohat city Continue reading

Saudi Monarchy Barred 98,000 Pilgrims , Bans Quran Copies accompanied by the Pilgrims

Crowd at Kaaba ahead of upcoming Eid al-AdhaJNN 02 Oct 2014 Riyadh : Saudi Arabia has so far barred 98,000 would-be pilgrims from reaching Makkah after they failed to show the documents that would allow them to enter the sacred city in the western part of the kingdom during the Hajj season. Continue reading

Twin Taliban Suicide Bombers Hit Army Buses , As the New Afghan Govt. signs deals for US forces to stay after 2014

Twin Suicide Blast Hits Afghan Army BusesJNN 02 Oct 2014 Kabul : Two Taliban suicide bombers hit army buses in Kabul on Wednesday with initial reports of six people killed in the twin attack, police said, one day after the new Afghan government signed a deal for U.S. troops to stay in the country.

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Nawaz Shariff Led PML – N Govt Considering to shelve Vital IP Gas Pipeline Project

Iran Pakistan Gas Pipeline ProjectJNN 01 Oct 2014 ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) government is trying to Back Out from an International Contract , and rather considering to shelve the already much delayed Iran-Pakistan (IP) gas pipeline project by exploring an alternate gas import plan to plug the gap between demand and supply Continue reading