1. Majority in Turkey against war with Syria: Opinion poll
    A recent opinion poll has revealed that more than 75 percent of the Turkish people are against a war with neighboring Syria.
  2. Bahrain jailed medics go on hunger strike
    In Bahrain, five jailed medics have gone on hunger strike to urge international efforts for their release.
  3. Maliki: No Arms Being Smuggled into Syria via Iraq
    Baghdad denied permission for a North Korean aircraft to cross its airspace on its way to Syria over suspicions it would carry arms and advisers there.
  4. Saudi Arabia threatens ‘firm hand’ on protests
    Saudi Arabia has threatened to intensify crackdown on protests calling for the release of political prisoners.
  5. Syrian troops kill Saudi officer in mop-up operation in Idlib
    Syrian Army soldiers have killed a Saudi military officer during a mop-up operation in the northwestern province of Idlib.
  6. Saudis anti-regime protesters rally to demand release of a political prisoner
    Saudi anti-regime protesters have once again taken to the street in the oil-rich Eastern Province, calling for the immediate release of a poet.
  7. Iran hosts international conference on Ghadir-e Khumm
    Iran has held an International Conference on Ghadir-e Khumm, discussing different aspects of the Prophet Mohammad’s (PBUH) message to all Muslims at this significant event.
  8. Bahrain Revolution Refuses To Die
    They are almost exclusively Shia Muslims and they march around their run-down villages shouting slogans before they inevitably veer towards a main road to be met by the police.
  9. Militants attack Shias in Pakistan’s tribal region
    A bus travelling from Peshawar to Parachinar was attacked by members of the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban this morning. The bus was targeted near Dorani where the terrorists threw acid at the moving bus. This injured 5 Shiites including a woman.
  10. Turkey bans all Syrian flights
    Turkey has banned all Syrian aircraft from its air space as it takes an increasingly firm stance against President Bashar al-Assad, while Syrian rebels said on today they had made more gains in a key province near the Turkish border.