- MQM goons in Karachi harassing Shia activists
MQM (Muttahida Qaumi Movement or United National Movement) goons in Karachi have allied with anti-Shia terroirst organization Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan (SSP, new name Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamat ASWJ) and are currently trying to obstruct Shia Muslims rally against Shia genocide in Pakistan.
- Give progress report on Shia-Sunni row: SC to UP
Would the Samajwadi Partygovernment led by Akhilesh Singh Yadav, which came to power riding on massive support from the Muslims, help an amicable settlement of a 132-year-old dispute over a graveyard site between minority Shias and majority Sunnis in Varanasi’s Doshipura area?
- Bahrain Medics Show Trial: This Is Not Syria, Therefore No Western Outcry
Bahrain’s disgraceful show trial of medical staff is set to continue, with news this week that 20 doctors and nurses are to be retried in a civilian court on trumped-up charges of subversion against the US-backed regime.
- Saudi forces fire live rounds at rights activist
Saudi regime forces have shot human rights activist Mohammed Saleh al-Zenadi near his home in the village of Awamiyah in the oil-rich Eastern Province.
- Grand Ayatollah Al-Sistani about loans from non-Islamic banks
Fatwa of Grand Ayatollah Sayyed Ali Al-Sistani about loans and mortgages from western non-Islamic banks.
- Bahraini forces sexually harass child: Activists
Bahraini activists say the regime forces have tortured and sexually assaulted a child as the nation witnesses more crimes committed by the Saudi-backed Al Khalifa regime.
- Some apartheids are more kosher: Deportation of Shia Muslims from the UAE
Where are the protests in the streets of Karachi and Cairo, outrage in London and Washington over this apartheid policy by haters of Shi’ite Muslims?
- Remove regional imbalance in disttrict
Demanding induction of some of the prominent winning candidates from their community in the state cabinet, several Muslim organisations in the city have urged theSamajwadi Party (SP) state leadership to look into their demands in order to remove regional imbalance.
- Vandals damage Shiite mosque in Bahrain
MANAMA, Bahrain — At some point before dawn, the vandals struck with brutal efficiency, smashing the windows at one of Bahrain’s oldest Shiite mosques. Then the attackers walked over the broken shards to ransack offices and prayer areas — making sure to pull down some framed parchments with Quranic verses.
- Iraq insists VP’s dead bodyguard not tortured
Claims by Iraq’s fugitive Sunni vice president that his bodyguard was tortured while in custody were denied on Thursday by authorities, who insisted he died of kidney failure.