News: 04-Jul-12

  1. Scotland Yard officers sent to Bahrain to spy and suppress
    A group of Scotland Yard police officers have been dispatched to Bahrain to conduct espionage operations and assist the Saudi-backed forces in quelling anti-regime protests, a Bahraini political activist says.
  2. Wahhabi Terrorists Open Fire on Shia Doctor / Shia doctor Syed Mohammed Ibrahim Jafari Martyred
    According to our correspondent, members of the banned extremist political organization Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan opened fire on a Shiite doctor Syed Mohammed Ibrahim Jafari, killing him.
  3. Worst apostasy in Islam is Wahhabism
    “The worst apostasy in Islam is Wahhabism,” said Head of the World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought, Ayatollah Muhammad Ali Taskhiri.
  4. Grand Iranian cleric issues fatwa on buying, selling and keeping dogs
    An Iranian cleric Ayatollah Lotfollah Safi Golpaygani issued a fatwa against “buying, selling and keeping decorative dogs,” the Jomhouri Eslami newspaper reported.
  5. Saudi-backed Bahraini forces attack attack mosques
    Bahrain’s Police brutality has no limits. Even mosques are Attacked. A mosque in northern Bahrain was partially destroyed while a number of activists were arrested in the latest crackdown by security forces.
  6. Thousands demand end to sectarian violence against Shia
    The Quran-o-Sunnat Conference organised by Majlis Wahdat Muslimeen (MWM) on Sunday at Minar-e-Pakistan has demanded an end to the target killing of Shias across the country and urged the government to protect both their lives and property.
  7. Market bombs kill 29 before Iraqi Shia ritual
    DIWANIYA (Iraq): A bomb in a small truck exploded in a market in the Iraqi city of Diwaniya on Tuesday, killing at least 25 people, and a bomb blast killed four more near the city of Kerbala, police and officials said – the latest in a series of sectarian attacks.
  8. The plight of Egypt’s forgotten Shia minority
    Even after the historic election, this marginalised minority risk daily persecution and victimisation because of their beliefs.
  9. Journalist Kazmi’s custody extended amid court drama
    A Delhi [ Images ] court on Tuesday extended the judicial custody of journalist Syed Mohammad Kazmi, who had been arrested for his alleged role in a terror attack on an Israeli diplomat, by three days.

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