1. US Treasury Confirms that Al Qaeda Runs Syrian “Rebellion”
    US fails to sell militants in Syria as “freedom fighters,” tells truth for pretext to liquidate monsters of their own creation.
  2. Bahrain Opposition Pins Hopes on Prince
    Bahrain’s leading opposition party is looking to revive stalled democracy talks, with the hope that U.S. backing will give the country’s crown prince more clout as the Sunni ruling family’s representative in negotiations.
  3. Shiite Genocide Continue in Pakistan: A Shiite Muslim Tortured to Death in Quetta
    A Shia Muslim was martyred in Quetta due to stabbing by the members of the banned terrorists organization Lashkar-e-Jhangvi.
  4. Bahrain Watch: UK Company Helps Bahrain Govt Spy On Activists
    (Ahlul Bayt News Agency) – Bahrain’s government is spying on Bahraini activists with a malicious computer program apparently supplied by a UK firm.
  5. Saudi Wahhabi Forces Attacked Hundreds of Shia Demonstrators in Qatif, Injured Many
    Saudi security forces have opened fire on anti-regime demonstrations in the eastern city of Qatif, injuring several protesters.
  6. Thousands of Saudi protesters call for release of political detainees
    Thousands of Saudi anti-regime protesters have staged another demonstration in the Qatif region of Eastern Province, calling for the release of all political prisoners.
  7. Book on Imam Ali (AS) published in Kyrgyzstan
    TEHRAN — A book on the life of the first imam of the Shia Hazrat Ali (AS) has recently been published in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
  8. Russian, Western navies to face off near Syria
    A Russian naval flotilla, which entered the Mediterranean earlier this week, may be there for a long haul, the Russian Navy said.
  9. Iran willing to continue nuclear talks: Official
    Tehran: A senior official says Iran is willing to continue talks with world powers over its nuclear program until they reach a conclusion.
  10. Iran begins stockpiling 3-month food supply
    TEHRAN, Iran (AP) – An Iranian news agency is reporting the country has begun to stockpile a three-month supply of foodstuffs for its population.