Abu Dhabi’s first Hindu temple Land allocated By UAE Monarchy

UAE Monarchy allocates Land for a Hindu Temple in Abu DhaabiJNN 26 Aug 2015 Dubai  : The Indian government has lauded a decision by the United Arab Emirates to allocate land for the building of the first Hindu temple in Abu Dhabi.
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UAE Police officers involved in Prostitution & Sex Slavery

Abu Dhabi Police Officers Involved in ProstitutionJNN 27 Feb 2014 Abu Dhabi : Three Abu Dhabi police officers appeared in an anti-corruption trial after being accused of selling females detained for visa violations to pimps, reported the 7 Days Abu Dhabi newspaper on Sunday. Continue reading

CIA chief makes “secret” visit to Cairo, Mubarak’s sons acquitted

Ex Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's Sons Jamal and Ala AcquittedJNN 22 Dec 2013 Cairo : CIA Director John Brennan has made a short, secret visit to Cairo, Egypt’s Al-Joumhouria has claimed. “Brennan met a number of security officials and reiterated US support to Egypt in its confrontation with terrorist organisations,” said the newspaper, according to the Middle East Monitor. 

Al-Joumhouria based its news on information provided by an “informed source”. The CIA official flew out of Cairo on a military aircraft, it was reported, accompanied by a “large” security contingent.

The newspaper described the visit as a “step towards regaining strong U.S.-Egypt relations.”

It was the first visit to Cairo by the CIA’s top man since the coup on July 3.

Mubarak’s sons acquitted of corruption charges

Meanwhile, Cairo’s criminal court acquitted the sons of ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, Gamal and Alaa, as well as former Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq, on charges of corruption, media reported on Thursday.

Shafiq was accused of facilitating the sale of state-owned land to Jamal and Alaa in 1995 using a publicly funded association that he led at the time. According to the complaint filed against them, the two brothers purchased the land for a much cheaper price than the market rate.

In the same session, the court also acquitted four retired generals who had served as board members of the association.

Both Alaa and Gamal will likely remain in detention, as they are facing a separate trial on other corruption charges. It is not clear whether or not Shafiq, who ran for the presidency in 2012, plans to return to politics. After he lost the election to President Mohamed Morsi, he fled to Abu Dhabi.

The rulings mean Shafiq’s name will be removed within days from a list of people whose arrest has been ordered, assuming no other cases are filed against him, judicial sources said.

Shafiq’s return would reflect the shifting balance of power in Egypt since the army removed Morsi and set the Arab world’s largest nation on a new political course designed to lead to presidential and parliamentary elections next year


Israeli President Breifed 29 Arab and Muslim leaders in a Secret Summit Organized by UAE Against Iran

Israeli Presidernt Shimon PeresJNN 03 Dec 2013 Dubai : Israeli President Shimon Peres has secretly addressed a number of Arab and Muslim politicians two weeks ago during a summit organized in Abu Dhabi.  Continue reading

Abu Dhabi wants to Invest US$45 Billion in Real Estate in Karachi in Partnership with Bahria Town

Abu Dhabi Group - Sheikh Nahayan bin Mubarak al-Nahayan  with Malik Riaz HussainJNN 22 Feb 2013 ABU DHABI – A member of Abu Dhabi’s royal family says he plans to spend $45 billion over up to 15 years on a real estate project in Karachi, touted in Pakistan as the country’s biggest ever foreign investment. Continue reading

Pakistani Shia Protest over Forced Deportation, UAE Ambassador summoned to the FO

Shia Men Deported from UAE Protesting agains the InjusticeJNN 15 Feb 2013 Islamabad : Pakistan has expressed concerns over “forced deportation” of Pakistani Shias from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) by summoning the UAE Ambassador to the Foreign Office, Foreign Secretary Jalil Abbas Jilani told Our Correspondent. Continue reading

Revolution brewing up in UAE , Ruler crushing it with Power like Bahrain

Detained Rights Activist Ahmed Mansoor

JNN 28 April 2011 : Authorities in the United Arab Emirates have confirmed the detention of five activists, accusing them of opposing the governing system and insulting ” Emirati  leaders .” Continue reading

UAE citizens also feels the Revolutionary waves

JNN 10 Mar 2011 DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — A group of citizens in the United Arab Emirates petitioned the rulers Wednesday to allow a popularly elected parliament, signaling that demands for leadership overhauls raging across the Middle East have also reached the oil-rich Gulf federation. Continue reading