- Iraqi Farmers Push Gov’t to Recapture Lands Seized by MKO
TEHRAN (FNA)- Ali Shobbar, an Iraqi MP from the National Alliance, announced that his country is in the final stage of evacuating members of the terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, also MKO and PMOI) from their main training center, Camp Ashraf, in the Northern Diyala province.
- US, Iranians ‘clash’ at sea
KUWAIT CITY, March 5: US troops opened fire on a boat carrying six Iranians near Kuwait’s territorial waters, a source told Al-Shahed daily, adding four Iranians were killed, one was wounded and another was reported missing.
- Kuwaiti daily suspended for ‘creating sectarian strife’
New York, March 5, 2012–Kuwaiti authorities must lift their suspension of the privately owned newspaper Al-Dar and drop antistate charges lodged in connection with articles that sought to defend the country’s Shiite minority, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.
- Why discrimination against Shiites: MP
KUWAIT CITY, March. 5: Shiite MP Saleh Ashour bombarded Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Sheikh Ahmed Al-Hamoud Al-Sabah with 30 parliamentary questions Monday on various issues, including the ministry’s procedures in dealing with citizen Shiite clerics traveling from Kuwait International Airport.
- Iran to allow UN nuke inspectors into army site
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran will grant UN inspectors access to a military complex where the UN nuclear agency suspects secret atomic work has been carried out, the semi-official ISNA news agency reported Tuesday.
- Iraq PM fires local security officials over attack
FALLUJAH, Iraq – Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki fired two senior security officials in the western Anbar province after militants disguised as police killed at least 27 members of the security forces on Monday, officials said.
- Quran o Ahle Bait Conference to be held this month
The Majlis-e-Wahdat Muslimeen Pakistan announced to organise a ‘Quran o Ahle-Bait Conference’ later this month.
- Secrets of the classified lives of Saudi princes has been revealed
At the exposure of the secrets of classified lives of Saudi princes on online social networks, the concern of Saudi Officials has been multiplied.
- New Martyr of Bahrain by Tear Gas an Elderly Woman
Bahraini opposition activists say a 78-year-old woman has been killed after inhaling tear gas fired by the Manama regime forces during a demonstration in a village near the capital.
- Nizam family caught in tax row
Money can’t buy happiness, but it can surely buy the kind of misery you prefer. Who knows it better than the Nizam’s family!