News: 31-May-12

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  1. Wakf Board all set to resume encroached land in Malkajgiri
    HYDERABAD: The AP State Wakf Board is planning to resume Koh-e-Imam-e-Zamin Dargah property in Malkajgiri in the city following the Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissing a petition filed by Qamar Hasan Razwi who had claimed that he was the rightful mutawalli (custodian) of the dargah.
  2. Syria Under Attack by Globalist Death Squad Experts
    As the destabilization effort against Syria continues, the connections between the terrorist “opposition” forces and Anglo-American, pro-NATO governments are becoming more and more obvious, even as the mainstream media refuses to address the issue in any manner other than direct obfuscation.
  3. Two Bahraini opposition leaders tortured in detention
    Two Bahraini opposition leaders and human rights activists have said they have been tortured during their detention in the country’s prisons.
  4. Qom to Host Int’l Mahdism Festival
    Director general of Qom province’s Culture and Islamic Guidance Department said the department plans to hold an international Mahdism festival.
  5. Swedish companies interested in investment in Karbala
    Swedish companies expressed desire to invest in housing, health and infrastructure projects in the province, Investment Supervision committee chairman announced here today.
  6. Lebanese Shia Abductees between Miqati, Raad and Turkish Ambassador
    Official contacts were underway away from the media in the case of the kidnapped Lebanese in Syria, at the time there wasn’t any information that the abductees were fine within Syrian territory, but in an area under the control of the ‘opposition’ and the supervision of the Turks.
  7. Pakistani journalist seeks asylum
    A PAKISTANI journalist from the persecuted Shia Hazara community has sought asylum in Australia, saying he was forced to flee the country because of death threats from military-backed militants.
  8. Bahrain releases Shia female protester
    Bahraini authorities have released activist Zainab al-Khawaja after she served a one-month jail sentence for attacking a policewoman at a protest, her lawyer Mohammed al-Jishi told AFP on Wednesday.
  9. Two Shias among six shot dead in Karachi violence
    KARACHI: The ongoing target and sectarian killing spree in the city on Wednesday claimed six more lives, including that of a Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) worker. Two Shias were also among the deceased.
  10. Iraq president rebuffs move to unseat premier
    BAGHDAD (AP) — Lawmakers say a broad alliance of political opponents of the Iraqi prime minister has failed to persuade the country’s president to take a first step toward unseating the premier.

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