1. Bahraini forces raided 330 Houses and arrested 90 in Mehazza
    Sadeq Rabea, a municipal member representing Sitra who has been dismissed, mentioned in his speech at the forum that 330 houses in Mehazza village have been raided and more than 90 citizens were arrested.
  2. Direct shooting seriously injured young Bahraini boy in Bani Jamra village +18
    Bahrain regime forces have attacked the village of Bani Jamra, west of the Capital Manama within its ongoing terror acts, a young boy seriously injured via direct shooting and 3 women arrested.
  3. Sampang Anti-Shia Mastermind Charged with Murder
    Roies Al Hukama, 36, an extremist leader who allegedly masterminded the recent deadly attack on Shia followers in Nangkernang hamlet, Sampang regency, East Java, stood trial on Tuesday at the Surabaya District Court.
  4. Opposition Leader Urges Bahrainis to Expand Popular Protests
    TEHRAN (FNA)- The imprisoned President of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights, Nabeel Rajab, on Wednesday called on the Bahraini people to rely on their own and expand and increase popular protests against the Al Khalifa regime, reiterating that pinning hope on the international community would be wrong.
  5. Syrian Army Seizes Control over Rebels’ Bastion City
    TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian army could regain control over a major part of the rebels’ main bastion, Homs, and established security in three-fourth of the city after a fierce battle with terrorist groups.
  6. Shiite Rights Watch Deplores Deadly Attack on Indonesian Shiites
    TEHRAN (FNA)- Shiite Rights Watch condemned Wahhabites’ terrorist attack on Indonesian Shiites, and called for the trial of the extremist group.
  7. The cost of conversion
    ARIF NAWARA was infamous in his area. Brought up as a Sunni, he converted to Shiism, founded a local husseiniya, a Shia congregation hall, and entertained enough Iranians that even the regime’s security men feared him. Now he is in trouble.
  8. U.N. warns of food crisis as conflict in Syria continues
    BEIRUT — Escalating violence and chaos in Syria are making it more difficult for people to find food, the United Nations World Food Program is warning.
  9. US Senate vote pushes for Pentagon military action in Syria
    The US Senate has voted nearly unanimously to assess military options to cripple the air force of Syrian President Assad. Lawmakers said the action aims to stop the killing of civilians, but critics claim it may herald a Libya-style no-fly zone.
  10. Iran to take US to international court over intercepted spy drone
    Iran has threatened international legal action against Washington over its alleged interception of a US spy drone. Tehran claims it has evidence of illegal spying on Iran’s nuclear program to present to an international court.