Wahabi Al Shabab Terrorist attack Kills 14 Civilians in Mogadishu , Atleast 92 Boko Haram Terrorists Killed by Nigerian & Cameron Army


92 Boko Haram Terrorists Killed By Nigerian & Cameron ArmyJNN 29 Feb 2016 Mogadishu : Cameroon’s army has killed at least 92 members of the Boko Haram armed group and freed 850 villagers in a joint operation with Nigerian forces, Cameroon’s government said.  Continue reading

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After Syria & Iraq Now Libya Wants Russian Support to Fight the NATO & Saudi Backed Wahabi IS Terrrorists


LIbyan Prime Minister Adbullah Al ThaniJNN 08 Dec 2015 Tripoli : Libyan authorities are ready to coordinate efforts with Russia if it starts fighting ISIS terrorists in Libya, according to the country’s Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thani. Continue reading

Atleast 21 Shia Martyred By Wahabi Boko Haram Terrorists in Kano , Nigeria


IMG_8096JNN 28 Nov 2015 KANO: At least 21 people were killed and dozens wounded when a male suicide bomber hit a procession of Shia Muslims in Nigeria’s Kano state as they walked to the city of Zaria to pay homage to their founder in the country, security sources and a Shia leader said. Continue reading

Christian Pastor along with his 480 followers Reverts to Islam in Rwanda , Africa


Christian Pastor along with his 480 followers embraces Islam in Rwanda , AfricaJNN 03 Aug 2015 Kigali : In one of the largest reversion cases of Christians to Islam, a Rwandan pastor and his entire 480-member congregation have reverted to Islam, as the world fastest growing religion expands its presence in the African continent. Continue reading

Suspected Wahabi Suicide Bomber Kills 16 Muslim Praying at the Mosque in Maiduguri , Nigeria


JNN 01 June 2015 Abuja : A Suspected Wahabi Boko Haram suicide bomber who managed to beat all security checks and got to a mosque inside Maiduguri market, by pretending to be a hawker, killed 16 persons and injured nearly 30 others, witnesses said. Continue reading

Anti Immigrant Violence claims 7 lives , Army Deployed in Townships of South Africa


South Africa Griped By Anti Immigrant Violence

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

20 Shia Martyred in a Suicide Attack on Ashura Procession in Yobe , Nigeria


Suicide Attack at Ashura Procession in Yobe State , NigeriaJNN 11 Nov 2014 Abuja : A suicide bombing claimed at least 20 lives in northern Nigeria on Monday in the Ashura Procession , held to Mark the Martyrdom Anniversary of the 3rd Leader in the Chain of Leadership of the Shia Muslim . Continue reading

China Pledges $40bn for Reviving the Historic Silk Route to Promote Trade in the Region


China approves $40B for New Silk RouteJNN 08 Nov 2014 Beijing : Beijing says it will spend $40 billion to revive the historic Silk Road and connect China with Central Asia, the Middle East and Europe – but this time, China will be the global power flexing its economic muscles. Continue reading

Death toll from Ebola Virus in W. Africa hits 887


Nigeria Under threat of Ebola Virus OutbreakJNN 05 Aug 2014 ABUJA, Nigeria  — The doctor who treated a man who flew to Nigeria and died of Ebola now has contracted the disease, authorities said Monday, presenting a dire challenge to Africa’s most populous nation as the regional toll for the outbreak grew to 887 dead. Continue reading

One Shia Man Martyred in Lucknow , 24 in Zaira in Al Quds Rallies by LEA’s in India and Nigeria


Quds Day Protest in UP , India 2014 kJNN 02 Aug 2014 Delhi : One Shia Man was killed and over two dozen others injured on the Last Friday of the Holy Month of Ramzan  when a Protest Rally of the Indian Shias protesting against Uttar Pradesh Urban Development Minister Azam Khan was attacked by the Indian Police . While on the same day in Zaira , Nigeria , Mahumd Ibraheem Zakzaky, the son of Sheik Ibraheem Zakzaky, a well known Shia Religious Scholar  was Martyred by Nigerian soldiers in Zaria when the When the LEAs tried to stop the Al Quds Day Rally in support of Palestinians , and against the Israel’s aggression on Gaza. Continue reading

Wahabi Terrorist Kill 48 Nigerian Villagers , Atleast 120 Killed in twin Car Bomb Blasts , African states declare war on Boko Haram


Nearly 120 killed in twin Nigeria car bombsJNN 23 May 2014 Abuja : Nigerian notorious Wahabi Boko Haram Terrorist killed 48 villagers in northeastern Nigeria near the town where they kidnapped 300 schoolgirls. Continue reading

Al-Qaeda’s next goal: Starting with Sinai, ending upon White House


Sinai Desert to Washington USJNN 01 Feb 2014 Beirut : One of Lebanon’s Salafi / Wahabi leaders with close links to Al-Qaeda says the next target of the terrorist group after Syria is Egypt’s Sinai and finally leading to US , a new report says. Continue reading

Libya Dis Integrated by Western Onslaught – Al Qaeda’s Safe Heaven


Residents walk on sand dunes in the Libyan desert oasis town of GhadamesJNN 20 Jan 2014 Tripoli : Swathed in a white turban and robes, Eissa Abdel Majid sits in his militia barracks on the edge of the desert describing a losing battle to stem the flow of armed militants with suspected links to al-Qaeda – who use it as a freeway across northern Africa. Continue reading

Muslim women, children killed by Christian terrorists in C.Africa


Young Muslim boy injured by a Christian Vigilante in Central Africa bJNN 08 Dec 2013 Bangui (Central African Republic) – Christian Vigilantes hacked 12 civilians to death north of Bangui as communal tensions rose ahead of a UN vote authorising force to stop the Central African Republic’s descent into chaos. Continue reading

Christian Angolan Govt. Demolishes Mosques , But Later Back Tracks on its Ban on Islam in the Country


Angola gov’t demolishes mosques, bans IslamJNN 01 Dec 2013 Luanda : The government in Angola has reportedly demolished Several mosques in the country after giving the impression that practicing Islam is illegal in the country. Continue reading

Rare Hybrid Solar Eclipse expected to be seen on 3rd Nov ‘2013


Total Solar Eclipse

JNN 31 Oct 2013 ABUJA – A total solar eclipse will occur on November 3, 2013. It is a hybrid eclipse of the Sun with a magnitude of 1.0159. Totality will be visible from the northern Atlantic Ocean (east of Florida) to Africa (Gabon (landfall), R. Congo, DR Congo, Uganda), with maximum of 1 minute and 39 seconds visible from the Atlantic Ocean south of Ivory Coast and Ghana.

Outside of Africa, a shallow partial solar eclipse shall be seen from eastern North America, southern Greenland, the Caribbean, northern South America, southern Europe, the Middle East and Madagascar.

But according to Michael S. Z Nkalubo, the Tourism Ministry Permanent Secretary, the November 3 will be a hybrid (annular/total) solar eclipse.

More than 30,000 foreign tourists are expected to visit Uganda for a rare viewing of the solar eclipse next month in the northern part of the country. The country’s Tourism Ministry officials say they anticipate the event to attract several international eclipse trackers to Uganda to the districts of Nebbi, Arua, Gulu, Soroti and Masindi that will provide the most vintage locations for viewing the rare occurrence of a total solar eclipse on Sunday 3rd November, 2013.

The country has planned several activities to showcase the richness of Uganda’s tourism potential during the event to take advantage of the visiting tourists.

An eclipse of the sun occurs when the moon revolving in its orbit around the earth comes between the sun and the earth. The moon blocks the light of the sun and a shadow of the moon is cast over the earth’s surface.

A partial solar eclipse will occur on Sunday in different parts of Nigeria, Africa’s most populous nation, a top government official said on Tuesday.

The director-general in charge of National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA) Seidu Mohammed disclosed this reporters in Abuja, the country’s capital city.

Mohammed urged Nigerians to go about their normal businesses as such occurrences happened occasionally.

He said that partial eclipse would occur in April 2014, March 2015 and September 2016.

Mohammed advised Nigerians not to panic unnecessarily as nothing untoward would happen on that day.

The director told reporters that the partial eclipse would not affect the airspace but advised Nigerians not to think that the world would come to an end because of the occurrence.

He advised Nigerians to wear sunglasses to view the occurrence, adding that the measure would protect their eyes from damage that might arise.

The agency would provide such glasses for some Nigerians, especially children and selected Nigerians, he added.

Solar Eclipse

When the moon passes in front of the sun, the shadow falls on the earth and it appears to exactly cover the sun’s disc. This is what a solar eclipse is – a shadow casted by moon obstructing sunlight from reaching the Earth.

During a solar eclipse, the moon actually casts two shadows towards earth. One shadow shaped like a cone is called the umbra. This becomes narrower as it reaches the earth. No direct sunlight penetrates into this area. The path of this is called the path of totality. If you are positioned in this area then you can see a complete blocking of the sun and view a total solar eclipse. Total eclipse is observable only within a narrow strip of land or sea over which the umbra passes.

The second shadow is called the penumbra which spreads out as it reaches the earth. The penumbra is spread over a large area. People viewing the eclipse from this area of the earth’s surface will see only a partial blocking of the sun.

The tropical regions of Africa will therefore enjoy vintage viewing points of the second and final solar eclipse of the year on November 3, 2013. Most parts of this region will see either a total solar eclipse or a deep partial solar eclipse.

In Uganda, the total solar eclipse track runs across northern Uganda and areas of Nebbi, Arua, Gulu, Soroti, Masindi are expected to see the total eclipse; whereas the rest of the country will see a deep partial Eclipse.

This hybrid solar eclipse starts as an annular and soon after becomes total when using the usual eclipse classification based on a smooth lunar limb profile. So most watchers in northern Uganda are likely to view a total eclipse, but even then a truly total eclipse will not be seen until about 16:06:45 local time.

A hybrid solar eclipse refers to a solar eclipse whereby some sections of the central eclipse path are annular whereas other parts are total. If you were at just the right spot in the Atlantic Ocean, you’d possibly see a four-second annular eclipse at sunrise.

According to Jean Meeus and Fred Espenak of National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the eclipse changes from annular to total in just fifteen seconds, and the remainder of the approximate 13,600-kilometer central eclipse track remains total.

The track across Uganda descends from the high mountains along the border with the DRC, crosses the flat plateau north of Lake Albert, climbs over a lower set of hills to reach Gulu, and descends again.

What you’ll observe depends on where you live. Skywatchers in the eastern United States, northeastern South America, southern Europe, the Middle East and most of Africa will be treated to a partial solar eclipse, while people along the path of totality in central Africa will see the sun totally obscured by Earth’s nearest neighbor for a few dramatic moments.

If you live in eastern North America, you’ll have to get up early to enjoy the show. The partial eclipse will be visible at sunrise — about 6:30 a.m. local time — and last for about 45 minutes, experts say. Viewers in Boston and New York will see the sun more than 50 percent covered by the moon, while our star will appear 47 percent obscured from Miami and Washington, D.C.

Warning: If you are planning to watch Sunday’s solar eclipse in person, be extremely careful. Never look directly at the sun, either with the naked eye or through telescopes or binoculars without proper filters. To safely view solar eclipses, you can buy special solar filters or No. 14 welder’s glass to wear over your eyes. Standard sunglasses will NOT provide sufficient protection.

You can also build a simple pinhole camera, or look at the shadows filtering onto the ground through the leaves on a tree. (The spaces between leaves often create many natural pinholes).

 

 

Africa – The New Wahabi Terrorist Training Ground


African Wahabi TerroristJNN 09 Oct 2013 Gao :  Last year, al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb did something no other modern terrorist group has: conquered a broad swath of a sovereign country—Mali. Since then, despite French intervention, northern Mali has become a jihadist front, with Islamist militants flowing in from around the world. While America remains focused on threats from the Middle East and South Asia, the new face of terror is likely to be African.  Continue reading

African Economic Boom , when the Major Western Economies of the World are at Collapse


African Economic Growth Booming 2013 - 14JNN 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

34 Killed in an Imambargah ( Hussainiyah ) Crushed under the Collapsed High Rise Building in Dar es Salaam ,Tanzania


16 Storey Building Collapsed on Imambargah in Dar es Salaam , Tanzania cJNN 04 Apr 2013 Dar es Salam : On Friday 29 March 2013 a 16 storey building under construction and adjacent to the open area of the Dar Es Salaam ImamBargah ( Hussainiyah )  had collapsed. , 34 people have been killed, which includes four children from the Shia community who were in the compound of the Imambargah at the time of the collapse . Continue reading

‘Islam: Egypt’s main legislation source’


JNN 18 Feb 2011 : Waving flags and beating drums, thousands gathered at Cairo’s Tahrir Square on Friday for a planned “Day of Victory” rally to celebrate the one-week anniversary of the ouster of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. Continue reading