- Iraqi Security Forces Arrest Saudi Terrorist in Mosul
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iraqi security forces arrested a Saudi terrorist and discovered a large cache of weapons and ammunitions in the city of Mosul in Northern Iraq.
- UN-Arab League Special Envoy to Syria to Visit Iran Soon
TEHRAN (FNA)- New UN-Arab League Joint Special Envoy on Syria Lakhdar Brahimi is scheduled to pay a visit to Iran in the near future.
- Protesters, police clash in Bahrains capital
Witnesses in Bahrain say riot police have clashed with anti-government protesters seeking to shift their demonstrations to the heart of the Gulf kingdom’s capital.
- Saudi Forces Arrest Shiite Cleric for Organizing Rallies against Blasphemous Movie
TEHRAN (FNA)- Saudi security forces arrested Sheikh Hossein al-Raazi, a senior Shiite cleric, in al-Omran village for organizing a rally against a sacrilegious movie recently produced by an American-Israeli man in the US against Islam’s prophet.
- Blasphemy proposal challenged
As President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono prepared to take the podium at the 67th session of the UN General Assembly to call for the adoption of an international protocol banning blasphemy, critics said that Indonesia had little moral authority to campaign on the issue.
- Pakistan: An innocent Shia youth taken into illegal custody
Police has taken into custody a Shia youth in what appeared to please the terrorists who perpetrate genocide of Shia Muslims.
- One of Lebanese Shia Abductees in Syria to Be Freed: Reports
Media reported that one of the Lebanese Shia abductees in Syria would be freed today.
- Saudi Shia protesters demand release of political prisoners
In the Saudi Arabian capital Riyadh, dozens of protesters have once again taken to the streets to demand the release of political prisoners.
- Bomb hits school used by Syrian security forces
BEIRUT Several bombs went off Tuesday inside a school in the Syrian capital that activists say was being used by regime forces as a security headquarters. Ambulances rushed to the area and an initial report on state media said seven people were wounded.
- Obama takes world stage to fend off Romney attacks
(Reuters) – Taking a detour from the campaign trail to the world stage, President Barack Obama sought on Tuesday to counter attacks on his foreign policy record from Republican rival Mitt Romney on everything from the Iranian nuclear standoff to U.S.-Israeli relations to the Arab Spring.