JNN 30 Apr 2015 The Saudi princes who have been replaced in the cabinet reshuffling today will take even extreme actions to bring back power equations in the monarchy in their own interest, Saudi analysts said hours after King Salman made surprising changes in Riyadh’s power structure and even replaced the crown prince. Continue reading
JNN 27 Apr 2015 Sanaa : Saudi Sponsored & Nurtured Terrorist Group The Islamic State has declared its official presence in war-torn Yemen as the Wahabi Terrorist Group posted a video online, threating to “cut the throats” of Shiite Houthi Fighters . Continue reading
JNN 28 Apr 2015 WASHINGTON — Maryland governor Larry Hogan Monday evening declared a state of emergency and activated the National Guard to address the escalating violence and unrest in Baltimore City following the funeral of a 25-year-old black man who died after he was injured in police custody. Continue reading
JNN 27 Apr 2015 QUETTA: At least two Shia Hazara men were martyred and another wounded as the Notorious Wahabi terrorist opened fire on a bus carrying pilgrims near the Chandni Chowk area in Quetta’s Satelite Town on Monday. Continue reading
JNN 27 Apr 2015 Baghdad : Lieutenant General Abdul Amir al Shammari a senior commander in the Iraqi army told Sky his forces have killed “more than 250 terrorists in the past few days” and re-taken swathes of territory in Anbar province, where the extremist group launched a counter-offensive in recent weeks. Continue reading
JNN 27 Apr 2015 Kathmandu : Rescue crews and residents in Nepal early Sunday began the desperate search for survivors after a magnitude-7.8 quake near the capital of Kathmandu a day earlier flattened homes, buildings and temples, causing widespread damage across the region and killing more than 1,800 people. Continue reading
JNN 24 Apr 2015 Sanaa : Yemen’s Shiite Houthi rebels have threatened to launch an attack on Saudi Arabia if the bombings in Yemen do not stop. The Zaidi group has sent the warning to Riyadh and demanded that UN-brokered political dialogue be resumed in Yemen. Continue reading
JNN 23 Apr 2015 Shanghai : In a bid to further benefit from the Islamic finance system, two leading Qatari banks and Chinese brokerage Southwest Securities signed a memorandum of understanding on Tuesday to foster Islamic finance deals in China. Continue reading
JNN 22 Apr 2015 JOHANNESBURG — South Africa is sending the army to townships around Johannesburg and Durban in the first deployment to quell civilian unrest since 2008 after attacks against immigrants left at least seven people dead. Continue reading
JNN 22 Apr 2015 Riyadh : The Saudi-led military coalition has Ended operation “Decisive Storm” against Shia Houthi rebels in Yemen, a statement by Saudi military command cited by local media, says. Continue reading
JNN 22 Apr 2015 Damascus : The Syrian army and Volunteer forces freed two strategic towns in the Northern province of Aleppo after fierce clashes with terrorists. Continue reading
JNN 22 Apr 2015 Frankfurt : A mosque was set on fire in Germany on Tuesday morning in the university city of Witten, located in the district of North Rhine-Westphalia. Another Mosque was vandalized in Oklahama, US .
German daily DerWesten reported that an identified man was filmed from inside the mosque on Monday night at around 23:30 local time entering the mosque and pouring the contents of a gasoline can in the prayer room. After he reportedly set the gasoline on fire, he fled the scene using the entrance gate of the mosque. The man was reported to have entered the building from the back, via its window.
There were four families with children living in the building, but fortunately, the fire extinguished by itself. One of those living in the mosque, Veysel Arslan discovered that the smoke had filled the praying room as he woke up to morning prayer.
The police seized the crime scene and experts are examining the burn marks. Xenophobic attack has not been excluded from the investigation.
In recent months acts of Islamophobia have been on the rise in Germany.
Oklahoma Mosque Vandalized
Before Sunday prayer service, raw bacon was discovered by a child at a local mosque in Edmond, US State of Oklahoma.
“I always felt safe here. I always felt it was a comfortable place to go,” Adam Soltani, Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) executive director, said.
On Sunday, vandals tossed bacon along the doorway of an Edmond mosque near the University of Central Oklahoma.
“Someone would have to know that according to the Islamic faith, pork is not allowed for Muslims to eat, so it sends a message that they know that and that they want to offend,” said Soltani.
Students are shocked to see this happen in their community.
“It’s really disgusting, actually. I just don’t understand why people would do that,” Erick Larson, a student at the University of Central Oklahoma, said.
“Whenever we see a surge in anti-Muslim rhetoric and speech in a local community, it seems to be coupled with unfortunate incidents of hate crimes and vandalism,” Soltani said.
This isn’t the first time a mosque has been targeted in the metro. In 2012, vandals shot paint balls at the Grand Mosque of Oklahoma City.
In 2013, surveillance video was released showing a suspect painting racial slurs on the walls of another metro mosque. Both were investigated as hate crimes.
“I think with each incident, the concern grows even stronger,” Soltani said.
The mosque filed a police report with Edmond.
At the same time, CAIR has contacted the FBI in hopes they will investigate this latest incident.
Anti Muslim Sentiment Give Rise to attacks in France
Abdallah Zekri, the head of the Observatory said in a statement that anti-Muslim acts rose by 500 percent, compared to the same period in 2011, the World Bulletin reported.
“Never since the establishment of the Observatory in 2011 have Islamophobic acts known such an implosion of actions or threats, especially on social networks,” Zekri said.
Zekri stated there were 222 anti-Muslims acts during the 1st quarter of 2015, (56 attacks and 166 threats) against a total of 37 acts in 2014 – ” An increase of 500 percent,” said Zekri.
Zekri added that the number of anti-Muslims acts in January 2015 reached 178.
He explained that the “burst” was mainly due to the deadly attack on the offices of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo on Jan. 7, followed by a hostage situation in a kosher supermarket two days later, leaving a total 17 people dead.
“However, those horrific and terrifying crimes cannot justify under any circumstances the steep rise of hatred or revenge against Muslims in France,” stressed Zekri.
“They (Muslims of France) are not responsible or guilty of committing these terrorist acts that devastated the country,” he added.
Zekri said the assaults targeted men and women, generally in public places and transportation, and in some instances pregnant women.
He also said that in certain cases, targeting mainly places of worship , grenades and firearms had been used.
“This is simply racism and rejection of men and women who aspire to just be respected,” said Zekri.
“Does the motto of the Republic ‘Liberty, Equality, Fraternity’ make any sense? Unfortunately, the question (must be asked),” added Zekri.
Zekri went on to accuse political leaders of remaining silent in the face of such an increase of anti-Muslim acts.
“All this happens without any reaction from politicians, who, instead of denouncing, try to find excuses,” he said.
Zekri said that the political silence fed radicalization and pushed youths to leave to join extremist and terrorist groups.
JNN 21 Apr 2015 Sanaa : The Ansarullah fighters along with army units continued to make gains in their fight against the Saudi-backed al-Qaeda Takfiri group on Sunday, flushing out the terrorists from a town in Abyan province. Continue reading
JNN 08 Apr 2015 Berlin : The Red Juma Mosque, located in the Tomsk region of Russia, has opened for worship after a gap of 90 years. The Oldest Pages of Quran are said to be with the German Library . Continue reading
JNN 20 Apr 2015 SRINAGAR, India – Indian police shot dead a 16-year-old boy on Saturday during an anti-India demonstration in Occupied Kashmir as a strike shut down the Himalayan region on a second day of violent clashes.
JNN 10 Apr 2015 Tel Aviv : There is a lot of talk about nuclear proliferation in the Middle East and the ways in which an Iranian bomb would provoke Saudi Arabia and others to acquire nuclear warheads of their own. Continue reading
JNN 18 Apr 2015 Washington : Americans murdered the first elected Patriot Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawabzada Liaqat Ali Khan through the Afghan government, declassified documents of US State Department disclosed. Continue reading
JNN 16 Apr 2015 Baghdad : Iraqi forces have taken full control of the western city of Ramadi from ISIL Takfiri terrorists, in what could be seen as a major blow to Takfiri militants operating in the Arab country. Continue reading
JNN 17 Apr 2015 Manama : Anti-regime demonstrators across Bahrain have held massive protest rallies, demanding the cancellation of the upcoming Formula One Grand Prix. Continue reading
JNN 16 Apr 2015 Tehran : Iranian Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance said the country’s Hajj and Pilgrimage Organization has been ordered to suspend Umrah Hajj pilgrimage for the time being. Continue reading
JNN 16 Apr 2015 Sanaa : Major General Fahd bin Turki bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, a senior commander of the General Staff of Saudi Arabia’s Armed Forces, was killed during a mission in Northwestern Yemen, sources disclosed on Tuesday. Continue reading
JNN 16 Apr 2015 Beijing : The China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) has approved 57 countries as founding members after including an extra seven, according to China’s Finance Ministry. Continue reading
JNN 14 Apr 2015 Brussels : The Muslims Immigrating to the Western land and the Recent Muslim converts are under severe Pressure in raising their Kids in a Western environment Hostile to the Muslim Living Standards as it challenges the Basics Principles of Muslim Environment. Continue reading
JNN 13 Apr 2015 Baghdad : Terrorists fighting for the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq are being led by a highly secretive group of strategists and officials that were once senior figures in Saddam Hussein’s army. Continue reading
JNN 14 Apr 2015 Sana’a : According to the source, the Saudi fighter jets late on Monday staged massive bombing raids on a Sunni-teaching school in the city of Ma’rib, located about 120 kilometers (74 miles) East of the capital Sana’a. Continue reading
JNN 14 Apr 2015 Moscow : Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on Monday to lift the ban on the delivery of S-300 air defense missile systems to Iran. Continue reading
JNN 13 Apr 2015 Sydney : Anti-Islam protests in Australia against Sharia law and halal tax turned violent after demonstrators clashed with anti-racism activists who burned the country’s flag. Continue reading
JNN 12 Apr 2015 Islamabad : In remarks tweeted by UAE’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Mohammed Gargash warned Pakistan it will pay a “heavy price” for taking on what he called an “ambiguous stand.” Continue reading
JNN 07 Apr 2015 Baghdad : The Teaching of Islam are being Propagated at their Best as the Conversion to Islam is a Non Stoping affair . Recently an American Young Man and a Well Known Brazilian Kick Boxer also embraced Islam . A Young French Councilor also embraces Islam . Continue reading
JNN 11 Apr 2015 Sanaa : Shia Houthi fighters and allies enter provincial capital of Shabwa province, the economical Hub of Yemen , Rich in Natural Resources especially Natural Gas , despite intense Saudi-led air strikes , which has already Killed 643 Innocent Yemeni People . Continue reading
JNN 10 Apr 2015 ISLAMABAD — Pakistani parliament on Friday unanimously adopted a resolution, calling upon the United Nations and Organization of Islamic Cooperation to stop war in Yemen. Continue reading
JNN 09 Apr 2015 ISLAMABAD: In an attempt to curtail Pakistan’s severe energy shortage, China has agreed to build a pipeline bringing natural gas from Iran to Pakistan. The final deal is to be signed during the long-sought visit of the Chinese President Xi Jinping to Islamabad in April, Pakistani officials said. Continue reading
JNN 08 Apr 2015 Baghdad : A local source in Nineveh province announced on Wednesday, that the leader of the Wahabi Terrorist Organization ISIS , Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has married German girl in Nineveh court amid intense secrecy. The Report have also confirmed that the IS Terrorists have Blown up a Historic Church in Hasaka , Syria .
The source said : “ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has gotten married to a German girl at the Diwan of judiciary in Nineveh,” noting that, “The German girl had first arrived in Syria then moved to Nineveh.”
The source, who requested to remain anonymous, added, “Al-Baghdadi tried to keep his marriage a secret,” noting that, “The German woman monitors ISIS women’s affairs in the organization.”
The source stated, “It remains unknown whether al-Baghdadi and his wife are in Nineveh or they’ve moved to Syria.”
It is noteworthy that last June the ISIS organization seized a number of provinces in central and northern Iraq and has committed crimes against humanity in these areas against the population of religious and ethnic minorities, and claimed that it came to restore “the Islamic caliphate” and set its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi himself “Caliph of Islam.”
IS Terrorists Blows up Historic Church in Hasaka , Iraq
The Islamic State (IS) Terrorists group blew up an 80-year-old church in Syria’s northeastern province of Hasaka, as the Christian minority in Syria is observing the Easter holiday, state-run news agency SANA reported.
The IS booby-trapped and blew up the Virgin Mary Church in the town of Tal Nasra in the western countryside of Hasaka province, the report said, adding that the attack is part of the “brutal crimes” the terrorist group is committing in Syria.
The Christian minority in Syria makes up about 10 percent of Syria’s largely Muslim Sunni population.
The Easter celebrations this year are limited to prayers and masses due to the tough circumstances in the conflict-torn country.
Virgin Mary is one of three major churches in the town of Tal Nasra. It was originally built in 1934 and then renovated and opened in 2005.
In February, the IS Terrorists burned down the historic church of Tal Hurmoz, one of the oldest churches in Syria, and destroyed three other churches in the town of Tal Tamer in Hasaka.
Numerous historic buildings and archaeological locations, including all six UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Syria, have been damaged.
JNN 05 Apr 2015 Tehran : Despite sanctions imposed by UN, EU and U.S. on Iran over its nuclear program, the country’s annual trade amounted to $150 billion in the previous Iranian calendar year, which ended on March 20. Continue reading
JNN 07 Apr 2015 Riyadh : Security forces raided houses and arrested several people in the Shiite-majority city of Awamiyah in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province, local sources said. Continue reading
JNN 07 Apr 2015 Kabul : Afghan authorities have recovered in the southern province of Zabul the bodies of two Shia Muslims, whom Taliban Terrorists had abducted along with more than two dozen others in late February. Continue reading
JNN 06 Apr 2015 Sanaa : Yemen’s Ansarullah movement fighters, supported by army units, have gained ground in the southern city of Aden, despite an 11th night of Saudi-led air strikes targeting the group’s strongholds. Continue reading
JNN 06 Apr 2015 Beirut : Fighters from the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement have pounded a base run by the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) terrorist group in Syria’s mountainous Qalamoun region along the border with neighboring Lebanon. Continue reading
JNN 05 Apr 2015 New York : The World’s Muslim population is growing so rapidly that by 2050, the number of Muslims will be nearly equal to the number of Christians across the planet—possibly for the first time in history. Continue reading
JNN 05 Apr 2015 Baghdad : Iraqi Govt claims it has liberated the city of Tikrit – its biggest victory in the fight against Islamic State terrorists to date. Continue reading
JNN 03 Mar 2015 Tehran- Well-wishers hailed Iran’s nuclear negotiators as they returned to Tehran Friday from reaching a potentially historic framework deal with world powers, but Israel warned it was a “very dangerous” step. Continue reading
JNN 03A terrorist attack carried out at a Kenyan college campus has ended with 147 students killed, the country’s interior ministry says. Continue reading
JNN 02 April 2015 Aden : After clashes with groups loyal to Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, Houthis took also control of the Presidential Palace in the city of Aden. After already in control of Presidential Palace in the Capital of Yemen , Sanaa . Continue reading
JNN 02 Apr 2015 Riyadh : In the recent last Three Decades if you Probe any event of terrorism or extremism around the World the Roots of it will most Probably be linked to Saudi Bred Wahabi Ideologically trained terrorists . Continue reading
US JNN 31 Mar 2015 Washington : Two people tried to run their vehicle through the National Security Agency’s gates near Washington on Monday before guards at the spy agency fatally shot one of them, said officials, who added there was no evidence of a link to terrorism. Continue reading