Egyptian Police defied the New Protest Law, by Protesting in Large Numbers


Police officers take part in a sanctioned protest outside the Interior Ministry building in CairoJNN 09 Dec 2013 Cairo : Hundreds of Egyptian police rallied on Sunday to demand higher wages, in a rare act of defiance of a new protest law which they themselves have been enforcing to quell unrest on the streets. Continue reading

Revolution bound Egyptian Population feels relief in converting to Shiite Islam


Shia Men in a Local Husainiya in EgyptJNN 09 Oct 2013 Cairo  – A high-ranking Egyptian official on Tuesday admitted that the doctrine of Shia Islam is being spread in the most populous Arab country with unprecedented speed, according to the website of the Egyptian Masress.   Continue reading

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

Tunisian Islamist government accepts plan to step down in Pressure of secular


Tunisian Ennahda party official Lotfi ZitounJNN 01 Oct 2013 Tunis :Tunisia’s government has agreed to resign after upcoming negotiations with the secular opponents in a bid to put an end to the ongoing political impasse in the North African country. Continue reading

Salafi Muslim Brotherhood Once again Banned Nation wide by the Egyptian Courts


Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood banned by CourtsJNN 26 Sept 2013 Cairo : An Egyptian court on Monday banned the Salafi Muslim Brotherhood from carrying out any activities in the country and ordered the seizure of the group’s funds, widening a campaign to debilitate the Islamist movement of deposed President Mohamed Morsi.  Continue reading

Egypt Bans 55,000 Unlicensed MB sympathizer Preacher from Delivering Friday Sermons


Clerics supporting deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi attend a rally at the Raba El-Adwyia square where Mursi's supporters are camping in CairoJNN 12 Sept 2013 Cairo : Egyptian authorities will bar 55,000 unlicensed clerics from preaching in mosques in the latest move against sympathizers of deposed Islamist President Mohamed Morsi, the minister of religious endowments said on Tuesday.

Egyptian authorities have been cracking down on Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood since the army toppled him on July 3.

Minister of Endowments Mohamed Mokhtar Gomaa said the clerics lack licenses to preach and were considered to be fundamentalist and a threat to the Egypt’s security.

“The decision is only meant to legalize the preaching process during Fridays’ mass prayers and make only those authorized to do it, do it, Gomaa told Reuters.

Authorities moved to crush the Brotherhood following the overthrow of Morsi, Egypt’s first democratically leader. More than 2,000 Islamist activists have been arrested and most of the Brotherhood’s leaders, including Morsi, jailed on charges of inciting or taking part in violence. Some have also been accused of terrorism or murder.

Over the same period, more than 1,000 people have been killed in political violence. Most were protesters killed by security forces breaking up pro-Morsi camps in Cairo. About 100 were members of the security forces.

The military-led authorities consider the Brotherhood a terrorist group and discussions are underway on the possibility of banning it.

In Geneva, Amnesty International called on Tuesday for an independent investigation into killings by the security forces as well as torture and violations of the rights to free speech and assembly.

The military’s overthrow of Morsi unleashed an “extreme level of political violence”, the London-based group told the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva.

“Between 14 and 18 August, at least 1,089 people were killed, many due to the use of excessive, grossly disproportionate and unwarranted lethal force by security forces,” said Peter Splinter, Amnesty representative in Geneva.

A impartial investigation was urgently needed into human rights violations, he said.

 

Thousands protest in Tunis demanding ouster of the Salafi led government’s , while the Salafis threaten to Kill any one Opposing their Government


Tunisian Protest against the Salafi Led Government in TunisJNN 25 Aug 2013 Tunis : Thousands of protesters marched in Tunis Saturday, on the first day of a planned week-long campaign aimed at bringing down the Salafi -led government, amid political deadlock in the country. Continue reading

Tunisia Back to the Revolution , as another Opposition Leader Shot Dead


Tunisian Oppostion Leader Brahmi KilledJNN 26 July 2013 Tunis : Tunisian opposition member Mohamed Brahmi was shot dead in the capital Tunis on Thursday, six months after the murder of another secular leader sparked a national crisis. Thousands of secularists have poured on to the streets in protest. Continue reading

Bangladesh in Disaster , after 780 Killed in Garment Factories Building Collapse now Atleast 38 Killed in Anti Blasphemy Protests


Bangladesh in Disaster after another DisasterJNN 8 May 2013 Dhaka : As The death toll from a collapsed building housing five garment factories in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, has passed 780, now the Bangladeshi Capital is hit by another disaster , As over 38 people have been killed and hundreds injured as the government crushed the Anti Blasphemy protest & Agitation by the Islamist against the Blasphemous Material on the Web.  Continue reading

Al Qaeda Backed Takfiri Wahabi Destroying mausoleums & Sending Death threats to Muslims in Mali


Al Qaeda sponsored Terrorist of Mali Ansar e DeenJNN 29 Dec 2012 Bamako: A tourism official says that Wahabi Terrorist under the Umbrella of US Sponsored Al Qaeda  destroyed four mausoleums in Timbuktu. Radical Wahabis controlling the north in Mali have sent death threats to several senior Muslim chiefs in the country, officials said on Thursday. Continue reading

Egyptians back Islamist constitution in first round vote – unofficial results


Egypt's Refrendum First Round completedJNN 16 Dec 2012 Cairo : Unofficial results say Egypt has backed the controversial sharia-based constitution in the first round of voting, reports Al Arabiya. Voters got behind the document by a narrow margin of 61 percent amid opposition allegations of fraud. Continue reading

Clashes Between the Salafi’s and the Secular Egyptians continue , as the Anti Morsi Protesters March Toward President’s Palace


Egyptian Protesters March Towards Presidential PalaceJNN 08 Dec 2012 CAIRO — Egypt postponed early voting on a contentious draft constitution, and aides to President Mohammed Morsi floated the possibility of canceling the whole referendum in the first signs Friday that the Islamic leader is finally yielding to days of protests and deadly street clashes. Continue reading

Clashes Between the Salafi's and the Secular Egyptians continue , as the Anti Morsi Protesters March Toward President's Palace


Egyptian Protesters March Towards Presidential PalaceJNN 08 Dec 2012 CAIRO — Egypt postponed early voting on a contentious draft constitution, and aides to President Mohammed Morsi floated the possibility of canceling the whole referendum in the first signs Friday that the Islamic leader is finally yielding to days of protests and deadly street clashes. Continue reading

Mass Protest against Mursi’s Presidental Decres of Self Empowerment , One Killed over Hundred Injured


JNN 28 Nov 2012 Cairo : Over Hundred thousand people have held protests on Tuesday in Cairo against Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi, who last week granted himself sweeping new powers. It was one of the biggest outpourings of protest since Hosni Mubarak’s overthrow, accusing the Islamist leader of seeking to impose a new era of autocracy. Continue reading

2 Suicide Bomber of Al Qaida attack a Restaurant in Mogadishu , Somalia


 

JNN 04 Nov 2012 Mogadishu : Two consecutive Suicide bombers attack have injured several people at a restaurant in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, police sources report. A security guard died while fending off suicide bombers who were trying to storm into a popular Mogadishu restaurant. Continue reading

Egypt restoring Islamic values – Court Orders Block & Ban Surfing Internet Porn Sites


Egypt Bans & Block Internet Porn sitesJNN 31 Mar 2012 Cairo : An Egyptian administrative court has banned internet porn sites, describing them as “poisons in spreading immorality.” The move has some liberal activists worried that Egypt may be moving towards Sharia law. Continue reading