Muslims Protests across the World on the Destruction of ” Jannat Ul Baqee ” the Most Sacred Muslim Graveyards By the House of Saud


Youm e Inhidam e Jannat ul Baqee in London 2015 wJNN 29 July 2015 Riyadh : On 8th Shawwal, Wednesday, in the year 1345 AH (April 21, 1925 A.D ), mausoleums in Jannatul al-Baqi (holy city of Medina) were demolished by King Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud.
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Saudi Defeat in Yemeni War – Led to Rift in Al Saud Family , Major Reshuffle in Cabinet


Saudi King Salman Major Cabinet Reshuffle 2015JNN 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

Who is Salman Bin Adbul Aziz ? What is his Role in Nurturing Wahabi Terrorist Nurseries Around the World ?


Saudi King Salman Bin Abdul AzizJNN 08 Feb 2015 New York : Zacarias Moussaoui a former agent of al-Qaeda who imprisoned for suspected to be one of 9/11 hijackers, describes to plaintiffs’ lawyers of family of 9/11 victims which in meeting in Saudi Arabia with Salman, then the crown prince, and other Saudi royals while delivering them letters from Osama bin Laden.
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Saudi Prince asks Syrian President to Ban the Movie ” King of Sands ” , Narrating the Real Story of King Abdul Aziz


King Sand Released by Syrian Director

JNN 13 Dec 2013 London : Saudi Prince Talal bin Abdulaziz has told a friend to ask Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to prevent circulation of an anti-Saudi movie in his war-torn country. Continue reading

Saudi Monarchy Planning to execute the Jailed Top Shia Cleric in the coming Days


Saudi Protesters Demand Release of Shia Cleric Nemr Al NemirJNN 11 Nov 2013 TEHRAN – The Saudi authorities are planning to execute prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr in the coming days, a group calling itself the Al-Qatif News Network said on its Arabic webpage on Facebook.  Continue reading

Thousands of Shia Men attends the Funeral of the Young Boy Killed by Saudi Forces


Shia Protest the Killing of the Shia Boy by Saudi ForcesJNN 11 Sept 2013 Riyadh : Thousands of people have attended the funeral ceremony of a young man killed in the eastern Saudi Arabian city of Awamiya during a crackdown on dissidents by regime forces. Continue reading

The Destruction of the Muslim Heritage & Islam By the Wahabi Ale Saud Dynasty


Janat Ul Baqi In OriginalJNN 31 Aug 2013 Mecca : Arabia which is the Center of Islam and origin of all the Religions of the World , Whether it may be Christainity , Judasim or Islam originated from this land ,as the rest of faiths of the World are based on the Myths , and they are not Religions rather they all the other faiths are based on the Mythological believes and Stories.  Continue reading

Saudi Govt UnIslamic and Corrupt , ripened for a Revolution – Prince Khalid


Khaled Farhan Al-Saud's defection statementJNN 01 Aug 2013 Riyadh : Saudi Prince Khalid Bin Farhan al-Saud has announced his defection from the royal family, referring to his “suffering” under reign of al-Saud and called on other princes to break their silence.

A Saudi opposition political activist says power struggle was one of the main reasons behind Prince Khalid Bin Farhan Al-Saud defection from the ruling royal family in Saudi Arabia.

“With pride, I announce my defection from al-Saudi family in Saudi Arabia,” he wrote in his statement, according to a report from the Tehran-based Al-Alam news channel. “This regime in Saudi Arabia does not stand by God’s rules or even [the country’s] established rules and its policies, decisions and actions are totally based on [the] personal will of its leaders,” he continued.

The ruling royal family is composed of the descendants of Muhammad bin Saud and his brothers, though the ruling faction of the family is primarily led by the descendants of Abdulaziz bin Abdul Rahman al-Saud.

“All that is said in Saudi Arabia about respecting law and religion rules is factitious, so that they can lie and pretend that the regime obeys Islamic rules,” he said, criticizing the royal family for considering the country its own property and silencing all voices from inside and outside the government that called for any change or reform.

The Saudi prince said everything that the pro-reform opposition said about the country’s political, economical, judiciary, social and security conditions as well as their abuse of religious values was true, the report said. “The situation is even worse than what is said in criticisms.” He called on all those who cared for the future of the country to join him and break their silence.

Mujtahid Bin Hareth Bin Hammaam, nicknamed the “Julian Assange” of Saudi Arabia for revealing information about Saudi royal family, revealed recently that Prince Khalid Bin Farhan has defected from his family and joined the opposition.

Continuing his story in his recent leaks he said, Khalid Bin Farhan was a member of the Al Saud family and three generations of his ancestors had participated in late Saudi king Abdulaziz’s wars, but none of his family members have ever been raised to an official position in the government.

“Problems first emerged when Khalid’s father, Farhan bin Abdulaziz al-Farhan was put under pressure by Prince Salman, preventing him from travelling abroad. The reason behind these pressures was Farhan al-Farhan’s refusal to let Prince Salman interfere in his family business,” @Mujtahidd wrote in his tweeter account.

Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud is the Crown Prince, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense of Saudi Arabia.

“Pressures and limitations disappointed Farhan al-Farhan, and finally these bans led to his complete isolation… but some of his sons and daughters broke their ban and migrated from the country. This made Salman plan for forcing them return and put their father under more pressure,” he wrote.

According to Mujtahidd, the crown prince failed to force Khalid go back to the kingdom but was able to make his sister, who was a dentist, return home. She is since under house arrest up until now.

The Saudi leaker said Prince Salman who found out about Khalid’s intentions about revealing secrets on corruptions of the royal family, tried to bribe him first and then threatened to harm his sister.

Khalid, in return, decided not to wait and continue his campaign, Mujtahidd wrote, adding that Khalid’s statements have turned to a source of serious concern for the Saudi regime.

“They fear that their divisions and problems are exposed but they pretend that they don’t care,” Mujtahidd’s tweet said.

Saudi prince Khaled Farhan Al-Saud, who announced his defection from the ruling royal family in Saudi Arabia, has published an English version of his statement on Twitter. Here is the statement:

Khaled Farhan Al-Saud's defection statement

 Statement From Prince Khaled Farhan Al-Saud

I declare my defection from the regime and support of Islah Movement led by Dr Saad Al-Fagih

I have had a personal and familial bitter experience with those holding power in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

This harsh personal experience at the hand of the ruling regime in the Kingdom made me try the taste of tyranny and appreciate what my countrymen experience and be one of them.

I realised how widespread is oppression, and how extensive is the practice of usurping people’s rights, disregard of the judiciary, manipulation of religion and other forms of inhumane practices.

This sour experience, led me to a list of conclusions that should be made public in order to clear my conscience.

First, I proudly declare my defection from the Saudi ruling family, for their policies, decisions and conduct are never governed by national or people’s interests but by personal whims.

Second, Those holding power in the kingdom do believe that they own the state: Land and people. They insist to run the country with this belief despite political awareness of the people and repeated calls for justice and freedom.

Third, those in power not only rejected all calls for reform put forward by prominent and respectable opposition figures and answered it with oppression and ill treatment, but they equally rejected proposed reform called for by members of the ruling family.

Fourth, the problems facing our country are not temporary and shallow, they are not merely matters of unemployment, low salaries and bad distribution of wealth and services, but are deep seated and real problems to do with widespread corruption, abuse of power and subjugation of the judicial powers by the executive in a way which oppresses the people’s aspirations. Previous experiences have proven that these troubles cannot be remedied except by comprehensive and deep rooted changes.

Fifth, those in power intentionally ignore the deteriorating situation in the country and instead indulge in lavish, squander and pomp to the degree that put national security in real danger.

Sixth, Most of what has been said by the reform and opposition groups about the political, social, economic situations and abuse of religion etc., is correct and objective.

Seventh, through my intimate knowledge of these in power I can assure everyone that they will not respond to advice and that what motivates them is their eagerness to oppress inside the country and to guard their interests outside it.

Therefore, no changes can be achieved except by applying various forms of pressure, be it political, through media campaigns, or through popular interior efforts.

Accordingly, I declare my support of all genuine reform movements eager to secure the interests of our citizens and in particular the Islah movement headed by Dr. Saad Al-Fagih.

I wish that all the silent princes who agree with me to come out in support in readiness to assume their responsibility for appease God and country.

Khalid bin Farhan bin Abdul-Aziz Al-Farhan Al-Saud

Germany

28/7/2013

Saudi forces arrest Shiite Men , after Heavy Gunfire , Burning Down their Houses and shops in Awamiyya, Qatif


Saudi Shia Men detained after Burning & Destroying their homes.jpg-largeJNN 30 July 2013 RIYADH: Saudi security forces arrested nine Shiites after a gunbattle in the oil-rich east, one of them wanted over protests among the Shiite minority community, a Saudi-owned newspaper reported on Tuesday. Continue reading

Saudi Prince Kidnap, Rape , Murder & finally Dumps Saudi Girl’s Body on Street , and Escorts free in Saudi Arabia


Saudi Prince Khalid bin Sa’ad bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud & the Raped Girl BodyJNN 9 Jun 2013 Riyadh – Police in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia has confirmed the news that a girl had been raped and murdered by a Saudi prince Khalid bin Sa’ad bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud . Continue reading

Saudi forces Arrests another Shia Cleric on charges of Espionage , while the Shia Arabian Women Held a Massive Demonstration in the Shiite Majority area


Saudi Shia Women ProtestersJNN 27 May 2013 Riyadh : Saudi security forces have arrested another Shia cleric Sheikh Hassan al-Ziyad in the country on charges of espionage for Iran. While Shia Women also Held a Massive Demonstration in the Eastern Oil Rich Province of Qateef, for the release of all Political Prisoners and in Solidarity with the Bahraini Shia Population ,who are suppressed by the Al Khalifa Regime. Continue reading

After 8 months of Illegal confinement now the Saudi Govt charges Shia Cleric with Instigating Unrest


Arabian Shia Cleric Sheikh Nimr Al NimrJNN 27 Mar 2013 Riyadh : After About 8 Months in captivity without any charges , now A court in Saudi Arabia has charged prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr with “instigating unrest” and “seeking foreign meddling” in the kingdom. Continue reading

Arabian Shia Protest against the Atrocities of Saudi Monarchs in Qasimia and Awamia


Arabian Protest in Qassimia against Al Saud

JNN 19 Mar 2013 Riyadh : Shia Demonstrators in Saudi Arabia have staged another protest rally against the Al Saud regime in central province of al-Qassim, Press reports.

The outraged protestors took to the streets in the city of Buraidah on Saturday, calling for the immediate release of political prisoners including a group of women who were recently arrested.

Earlier on March 1, Saudi security forces arrested over 300 people, including 15 women, in al-Qassim province.

The arrests took place after hundreds of Saudis staged a protest sit-in to demand the release of political prisoners.

Saudi activists say there are more than 30,000 political prisoners, mostly prisoners of conscience, in jails across the Kingdom.

According to the activists, most of the detained political thinkers are being held by the government without trial or legitimate charges and that they were arrested for merely looking suspicious.

Some of the detainees are reported to be held without trial for more than 16 years.

Attempting to incite the public against the government and the allegiance to foreign entities are usually the ready-made charges against the dissidents.

In Saudi Arabia, protests and political gatherings of any kind are prohibited.

Since February 2011, protesters have held demonstrations on an almost regular basis in Saudi Arabia primarily calling for the release of all political prisoners, freedom of expression and assembly, and an end to widespread discrimination.

However, the demonstrations have turned into protests against the repressive Al Saud regime, especially after November 2011, when Saudi security forces killed five protesters and injured many others in the country’s Eastern Province.

In another Protest , On Friday, Saudi protesters once again took to the streets of Awamiyah located in the Qatif region, in Saudi Arabia’s oil-rich Eastern Province.

They shouted anti-regime slogans during the demonstration to condemn Riyadh’s ongoing crackdown on protests and activists in the country.

The demonstrators also voiced their solidarity with Hussein al-Rabie, an activist who has been arrested by Saudi regime forces, calling for his immediate release.

Since February 2011, protesters have held demonstrations on an almost regular basis in Saudi Arabia, mainly in the Qatif region and the town of Awamiyah in Eastern Province, primarily calling for the release of all political prisoners, freedom of expression and assembly, and an end to widespread discrimination.

Saudi regime forces have also arrested dozens of people including prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr.

Saudi authorities warned in October 2012 that they would deal ‘firmly’ with anti-regime demonstrations. Amnesty International slammed the warning and urged the authorities to “withdraw their threat.”

A Saudi preacher has called for reforms in the Kingdom, warning that denying the rights of people is increasing tensions across the country.

“The people have aspirations, demands and rights and they will not stay silent on total or partial confiscation of their rights. When you lose hope, you can do anything,” Salman al-Auda said in an open letter on Saturday.

The preacher, who is from the Sahwa movement, called for reforms and the coming of “a new horizon” for Saudi Arabia.

Auda warned that growing tension in the kingdom was due to “corruption, unemployment, poor housing, weak health and educational services and a lack of political reforms.”

He criticized regime crackdown on protesters, saying, “A security solution would only aggravate the situation and block the path to reforms.”

Auda called for the immediate release of human rights activists and political prisoners, saying that their detention will only “increase the bitterness, the desire for revenge and mushrooming of jihadist thinking in prisons.”

He also condemned the “continuing practice of censorship” by the country’s information officials.

An independent Saudi rights organization said that about 30,000 political activists have been held in prisons. Riyadh, however, denied the claim, saying there was no political prisoner in the country.

 

Secret Saudi Document Revealed , Hardcore Criminals sent to terrorize Syrians, Mosque Burnt


Saudi sent Terrorist in SyriaJNN 15 Dec 2012 Aden : Yemeni independent news websites published on Sunday a Saudi secret official document confirming that the regime of al-Saud ordered the release of a group of hundreds of most wanted criminals who are sentenced to death on crimes related to drug smuggling, killing and rape to send them to Syria and join the armed terrorist groups. And these Saudi sponsored Criminals are ordered to desecrate Mosques and Holy Places of Islam , and especially to target the Shia Community Members and their religious Places and Programs , and promote sectarianism. Continue reading

Arabian Shia’s Hold Massive Rally in Remembrance of Victims of Saudi regime’s Crackdown


JNN 09 Nov 2012 Riyadh : Saudis have massively thronged the streets of the city of Qatif in the east of the country to commemorate 14 people killed by the kingdom’s security forces during an anti-regime protest a year ago,Press reports. Continue reading

Arabian Shia's Hold Massive Rally in Remembrance of Victims of Saudi regime's Crackdown


JNN 09 Nov 2012 Riyadh : Saudis have massively thronged the streets of the city of Qatif in the east of the country to commemorate 14 people killed by the kingdom’s security forces during an anti-regime protest a year ago,Press reports. Continue reading

Saudi Monarchy forcing and sending Young Detainees & Weapons to fuel Insurgency in Syria


 

JNN 09 Oct 2012 Damascus : An official source at the Arab secret resistance movement – Hasm – noted recently that even if Al Saud regime was claiming officially not to like the idea of young Saudis going to fight Jihad in Syria, it was secretly forcing and sending young detainees and weapons in to Syria through Turkish Border , to re enforce the Insurgents. Continue reading

Ale Sauds The Yazeed of the Present Era , & their Unholy UnIslamic Acts , Background , and Zionist Connections Revealed


JNN 22 Aug 2012 Riyadh : This is article based on indepth research on the Ale Saud the Rulers of Saudi Arabia , who are famous for their UnIslamic acts and trying to mislead the whole of the Islamic World by Deceiving , them and Being Called the Custodian of the Most Holy Land of Islam , and the Mecca and Medina . Continue reading

Tortured and Jailed by Ale Saud, Shia Cleric Nemr Al Nemr starts Hunger Strike


 

JNN 22 July 2012 Riyadh : Relatives of jailed Saudi cleric Sheikh Nemr al-Nemr have expressed concern over his health condition, saying the mistreated Shia figure has started an open-ended hunger strike.  Continue reading

A Prominent Shia Cleric injured and arrested , 2 Shia Men martyred & 20 injured by Saudi forces


JNN 11 July 2012 Qatif :  Saudi Wahhabi forces have shot injured and arrested senior Shia cleric Ayatollah Al-Nemer on Saturday 08 July 2012 at around 5 pm local time in Qatif. While Shia Men were Martyred by the Saudi Forces ,and 20 other Protesters injured by the firing of the Wahabi regime. Continue reading

Bickering Saudi Monarchy's Runaway Princess Sarah seeks asylum in Britain


JNN 02 July 2012 London : Sarah Bint Talal, nephew of Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah Bin Abdul-Aziz, whose extended stay request has been rejected by the Saudi Arabian embassy in London in coordination with British authorities, has applied for asylum in the UK.

She was Saudi Arabia’s “Barbie” princess; the pampered granddaughter of the Kingdom’s founder and daughter of one of his most powerful and favoured sons.

Princess Sara bint Talal bin Abdulaziz, however, is claiming political asylum in the UK over fears for her safety back home. Continue reading

Bickering Saudi Monarchy’s Runaway Princess Sarah seeks asylum in Britain


JNN 02 July 2012 London : Sarah Bint Talal, nephew of Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah Bin Abdul-Aziz, whose extended stay request has been rejected by the Saudi Arabian embassy in London in coordination with British authorities, has applied for asylum in the UK.

She was Saudi Arabia’s “Barbie” princess; the pampered granddaughter of the Kingdom’s founder and daughter of one of his most powerful and favoured sons.

Princess Sara bint Talal bin Abdulaziz, however, is claiming political asylum in the UK over fears for her safety back home. Continue reading

Arabian Shia hold anti Ale Saud Rally in the Shia Majority Oil Rich Eastern Province of Qatif


JNN 10 May 2012 Riyadh : Saudi Arabia’s Eastern province has been hit by yet another anti-government protest rally in which demonstrators have condemned the long-time rule of Al Saud for its suppression of protests. Continue reading

Following US now Saudi Government want to Push Energy Starved Pakistan into Darkness


JNN 12 April 2012 : Riyadh has sent a message to Islamabad offering an “alternative package” to meet Pakistan’s growing energy need so that it can abandon the Iran-Pakistan (IP) gas pipeline project, Press reports. Continue reading

Saudi Billionaire Prince Talal charged with Rape of a Young Girl in Spain


JNN 15 Sept 2011 Madrid  — Spain has reopened a rape probe against a Saudi prince who is one of the world’s richest people, looking again at allegations he drugged and sexually assaulted a young model on a yacht on the Mediterranean island of Ibiza, according to court papers. Continue reading

Bahrain’s Al Khalifa regime attempts to distract world attention from trial of activists


JNN 10 May 2011 : King Hamed ibn Isa al- Khalifa announced plans Sunday to lift Bahrain’s emergency rule on June 1, two weeks earlier than the official end of the three-month rule, imposed March 15 in an attempt to halt anti-government unrest.  Continue reading

Bahrain's Al Khalifa regime attempts to distract world attention from trial of activists


JNN 10 May 2011 : King Hamed ibn Isa al- Khalifa announced plans Sunday to lift Bahrain’s emergency rule on June 1, two weeks earlier than the official end of the three-month rule, imposed March 15 in an attempt to halt anti-government unrest.  Continue reading

Protest Rallies for the Oppressed People of Bahrain gaining Momentum


JNN 02 May 2011 Karachi : A Big rally was taken out in Karachi , on Sunday the 1st May 2011, to show the solidarity with the Oppresed People of Bahrain, which was attended by thousands of Men, women, and Youngsters, while hundred were wearing “ Kafan “ to show there complete support with the Oppressed People of Bahrain , as it gives the Notion that , they are ready to die , to save and support the Just cause of Bahraini People . Continue reading

Ale Saud’s Arabia or Islamic Republic of Arabia very soon


JNN 14 Mar 2011 : As the Forces of Ale Saud’s Arabia and Bedouin of UAE , have invaded the streets of Bahrain , the Whole of the Muslim World ,and especially the Shia community see it as the act of war against them . There is sense of anger and Hatred against the tyrant rulers who are trying to Kill their own citizens , as the Snake and other Reptiles like crocodiles eat their young ones to feed themselves. Continue reading