1. Wahhabi clerics call to boycott Iranian products
    Calls to boycott Iranian products are gaining support in the region after a meeting of leading Sunni clerics in Cairo urged Muslims to declare a jihad against the Syrian regime supported by Iranian and Hezbollah fighters.
  2. Opposition Group Blasts Bahrain’s Segregationist Ruling System
    A senior member of Bahrain’s al-Wefaq National Islamic Society lambasted the discriminatory policies of the al-Khalifa regime, and called for the freedom of all political prisoners.
  3. Militants Kill Young Man by Amputating Hand, Foot in Syria’s Aleppo
    Militants in Syria brutally amputated hand and foot of a young Syrian young man in Reef (outskirts of) Aleppo’s Al-Bab.
  4. Morsi cuts Egypt’s Syria ties, condemns Hezbollah
    Egyptian president says Cairo decided to break off relations with Syria, adds Hezbollah must leave Syria and urges world powers to enforce no-fly zone
  5. ‘I’ll set this plane on fire’: Note causes transatlantic Egyptair plane diversion to Glasgow Prestwick Airport
    A passenger jet was forced to make an emergency landing in Scotland after a written note was found on board threatening to set the plane on fire.
  6. Police clear Istanbul’s Gezi Park after Erdogan warning
    Turkish riot police have cleared a park in the centre of Istanbul which has been occupied for more than two weeks by anti-government protesters.
  7. Attacks Test New Pakistan Government
    ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — Islamic militants blew up a bus carrying female university students in Baluchistan Province in southwestern Pakistan on Saturday and then attacked a hospital complex where the wounded had been taken and local officials had gathered to comfort them, leaving at least 23 people dead.
  8. Attack kills 2, wounds 27 at Iranian exile group’s camp in Iraq
    Baghdad, Iraq (CNN) — A camp housing a group of Iranian dissidents in Iraq was attacked Saturday, leaving at least two people dead and 27 wounded, a spokesman for the group said.
  9. Hassan Rouhani wins Iran presidential election
    Reformist-backed cleric Hassan Rouhani has won Iran’s presidential election, securing just over 50% of the vote and so avoiding the need for a run-off.