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'Baghdadi Is Dead', Al-Ahram Cites Mosul Inhabitants

 

 

 

 

Photo: China proposes Afghan peace "forum" with Taliban

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Arab World

'Baghdadi Is Dead', Al-Ahram Cites Mosul Inhabitants

Syria: Over 30 ISIL Terrorists Killed in Hama Countryside

Iraqi Air Strikes Kill 20 ISIL Terrorists in Mosul

Shi'ite Hezbollah recruiting Christian, Druse and Sunnis to fight Sunni Islamists

Dozens of ISIL Terrorists Killed in Anbar

Baghdad bombings kill 11

US-led strikes have killed 865 people in Syria, 50 civilians: monitor

Egyptian terrorists are linked to ISIS, YouTube message says

OIC's Quds Contact Group gathers after Israeli raids

Egyptian Salafist party denies ‘sex tape’ scandal

 

Africa

Islamic State to Rewrite Qur'an

Bomb explosion hits eastern Libyan city, causing casualties

Nigerian ambassador blasts US refusal to sell arms

 

South Asia

21 Taliban militants killed, 14 wounded in clearing operations

China proposes Afghan peace "forum" with Taliban

War crimes tribunals rebuke two prosecutors for poor preparation

Taliban leader among 6 killed in US drone strike in Nangarhar

 

Pakistan

Former Home Minister: Islamic State Militants Have Reached Pakistan

19 militants killed in air strikes in Khyber Agency

Asma Jehangir Calls Imran ‘Bhonga (Naïve) Khan’

Wagah attack suspects among 13 killed in Khyber airstrikes: ISPR

Corps commanders resolve to continue operations till elimination of terrorists

Govt team had agreed on ISI and MI officials in commission: Imran

 

Mideast

At least 33 dead in Yemeni clashes, drone kills 7 militants

Israeli settlers torch West Bank mosque in suspected revenge attack

Turks manipulate trending topics in spite of Twitter

Israeli settlers torch West Bank mosque: Palestinian officials

'ISIS and Hamas will take care of you,' arrested Palestinian teen tells police

Iranian Nobel laureate: Human rights as bad as under Ahmadinejad

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas accuses Israel of religious war

 

Europe

Sinai buffer zone no solution to militancy in Egypt-Amnesty

56% of Israelis back Al-Aqsa Jewish prayer ban: Poll

France to vote November 28 on Palestinian state recognition

War crimes may be occurring in Libya: UN prosecutor

UN says 13.6 million displaced by wars in Iraq and Syria

Germany rules out dialogue with Syrian Assad regime

Pakistani man among suspected IS supporters arrested in Germany

 

India

Govt Bans Militant Outfit Kamatapur Liberation Organisation

MP cops to probe arrest of 2 ‘ISI spies’

Pakistan anti-terrorism court dismisses to hold Mumbai attacks trial by video-link

 

North America

Religious school holidays scrapped in U.S. County

US trade mission upbeat on Sisi leadership; vows investment

Olson encourages Pakistan to strengthen relations with Afghanistan

US-Pak relations are of great importance for regional stability: US envoy

US: Qadri denies deal with government

 

Southeast Asia

Negara-Ku starts road show to reclaim Malaysia from extremism

Jawi claims rehabilitated almost 2,000 LGBTs into ‘normal’ Muslims

Compiled by New Age Islam News Bureau

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Arab World

 

'Baghdadi Is Dead', Al-Ahram Cites Mosul Inhabitants

12 Nov, 2014

(ANSAmed) - CAIRO - Mosul inhabitants have told the Egyptian daily Al-Ahram in a telephone conversation that Islamic State (ISIS) leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi died in US-led airstrikes in the region straddling Iraq and Syria. The Arabic website of the daily states that he suffered head injuries and died a few hours later. No official confirmation has been received on the ISIS leader's death but reports have been appearing for days to this effect in international media. The anonymous sources quoted by Al-Ahram said that Baghdadi's successor had been selected but his name not yet revealed. Philip Breedlove, NATO's supreme allied commander in Europe, told ANSA on Tuesday that he could not confirm the reports. In responding to a question posed by ANSA to the Joint Forces Command Naples, the general said that he could not confirm the information and that NATO's intelligence services and other forces were monitoring the situation. Another Youtube video posted from the Nebras Al-Dawla website, believed to be linked to ISIS, meanwhile praised the decision of several jihadist groups to pledge allegiance to Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi as 'caliph' of Muslims. ''The alliance of Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis in Egypt and Ansar Al-Sharia in Libya and Yemen is a triple alliance unprecedented in the history of jihadist movements,'' it stated. (ANSAmed).

http://www.ansamed.info/ansamed/en/news/sections/generalnews/2014/11/11/isis-baghdadi-is-dead-al-ahram-cites-mosul-inhabitants_9ae0b237-8c16-48a8-96ce-143f4ebe54cb.html

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Syria: Over 30 ISIL Terrorists Killed in Hama Countryside

12 Nov, 2014

The Syrian army continued its advances in Hama province in the Central parts of the country, killing tens of foreign-backed terrorists and injuring dozens more.

At least 30 Al-Qaeda-linked terrorists were killed and many more wounded in an ambush of the Syrian army in Hama countryside.

Meantime, the army troops stormed the hideouts of the rebels in the areas of al-Latamneh, al-Qastal al-Westani, Uqaribat, Souha and Tal Salmah in Hama, leaving scores of them dead and injured.

Syria has been experiencing unrest since March 2011 with organized attacks by well-armed gangs and terrorists against both the army and civilians.

The unrest, which took in terrorist groups from across Europe, the Middle-East and North Africa, has transpired as one of the bloodiest conflicts in recent history.

As the foreign-backed insurgency in Syria continues without an end in sight, the US government has boosted its political and military support to Takfiri extremists.

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13930821000785

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Iraqi Air Strikes Kill 20 ISIL Terrorists in Mosul

12 Nov, 2014

 Iraq's military aircraft fired several rockets at ISIL positions in Mosul on Wednesday, and killed twenty terrorists.

The fighter jets, in cooperation with the army's Military Intelligence Service, inflicted heavy losses on the Takfiri terrorists in Baaj village, West of Mosul, and killed at least 20 terrorists.

Fourteen vehicles of the terrorists, equipped with heavy machine-guns, were also destroyed during the strikes.

The ISIL Takfiri terrorists currently control parts of Syria and Iraq. They have threatened all communities, including Shiites, Sunnis, Kurds, Christians, Ezadi Kurds and others, as they continue their atrocities in Iraq.

Senior Iraqi officials have blamed Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and some Persian Gulf Arab states for the growing terrorism in their country.

The ISIL has links with Saudi intelligence and is believed to be indirectly supported by the Israeli regime.

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13930821000514

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Shi'ite Hezbollah recruiting Christian, Druse and Sunnis to fight Sunni Islamists

12 Nov, 2014

Hezbollah, the Lebanese-based Shi’ite terrorist group, is recruiting young Christians, Druse, and Sunnis in the northern and western Bekaa Valley in order to counter Sunni Islamist groups, a Lebanese newspaper reported on Wednesday.

The recruits are being offered training and a salary ranging from $1,500 to $2,500, according to the report in An-Nahar newspaper, which is affiliated with the anti-Hezbollah Sunni-dominated March 14 alliance.

Al-Qaida-affiliated Nusra Front leader Abu Mohamad al-Golani threatened attacks against Hezbollah in Lebanon last week.

"The real war in Lebanon is yet to begin and what is coming is (so) bitter that Hassan Nasrallah will bite his fingers in remorse for what he has done to Sunnis,” said Golani in an interview with the group’s media outlet.

Lebanon hosts around a million refugees from Syria's civil war and has seen violence spill over the border, with bombings in Beirut, fighting in the northern city of Tripoli, and rocket attacks on Bekaa Valley towns close to the frontier.

Reuters contributed to this report.

http://www.jpost.com/Middle-East/Shiite-Hezbollah-recruiting-Christian-Druse-and-Sunnis-to-fight-Sunni-Islamists-381581

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Dozens of ISIL Terrorists Killed in Anbar

12 Nov, 2014

 Iraqi warplanes hit the hideouts of the ISIL Takfiri group in Anbar province, leaving dozens of terrorists dead.

Iraq's military aircraft bombarded the positions of the terrorists in Ramadi, and managed to claim the lives of 40 Takfiri militants.

The air strikes also left eight vehicles of the terrorists destroyed.

The ISIL Takfiri terrorists currently control parts of Syria and Iraq. They have threatened all communities, including Shiites, Sunnis, Kurds, Christians, Ezadi Kurds and others, as they continue their atrocities in Iraq.

Senior Iraqi officials have blamed Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and some Persian Gulf Arab states for the growing terrorism in their country.

The ISIL has links with Saudi intelligence and is believed to be indirectly supported by the Israeli regime.

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13930821000244

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Baghdad bombings kill 11

12 Nov, 2014

A car bomb near a main Baghdad square followed by a suicide bombing at a nearby police headquarters killed 11 people and wounded 23 Wednesday, security and medical officials said.

A police colonel said six of the dead and 11 of the wounded from the blasts in west Baghdad were policemen.

The car bomb struck near Nisur Square, where guards from the Blackwater security company gunned down at least 14 civilians in 2007, sparking widespread anger and boosting opposition to US forces in the country.

Full report at:

http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/2/8/115357/World/Region/Baghdad-bombings-kill-.aspx

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US-led strikes have killed 865 people in Syria, 50 civilians: monitor

12 Nov, 2014

Air strikes by U.S.-led forces in Syria have killed 865 people, including 50 civilians, since the start of the campaign in late September against Islamic State militants, a group monitoring the war said on Nov. 12.

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the majority of the deaths, 746, were Islamic State fighters and that the actual figure could be much higher. Islamic State has seized tracts of territory in Syria and neighbouring Iraq, where it has also been targeted by U.S.-led forces since July.

Eight of the civilians killed were children, the Observatory said. It said 68 members of al Qaeda-affiliated Nusra Front were also killed in the air strikes, which started early on Sept. 23.

Full report at:

http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/us-led-strikes-have-killed-865-people-in-syria-50-civilians-monitor.aspx?pageID=238&nID=74209&NewsCatID=352

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Egyptian terrorists are linked to ISIS, YouTube message says

12 Nov, 2014

Cairo (CNN) -- ISIS has a new residency in Egypt, according to a YouTube message posted Sunday.

In the audio message, the Sinai-based militant group Ansar Beit al-Maqdis, or ABM, allegedly announces its allegiance to ISIS, which calls itself the Islamic State.

 Iraq claims key city recaptured from ISIS

The roughly 10-minute clip blames tyrants and their "Jewish agents and their allies" for decades of Muslim suffering. The message also calls ISIS "the emergence of a new dawn."

If verified, this would be a new, dangerous chapter for the deadliest group in Egypt. Since 2012, ABM's attacks have grown more daring and sophisticated. The group has killed hundreds of Egyptian police officers and soldiers. The largest attack was last month in the Sinai Peninsula, killing at least 31 soldiers. Analysts put the group's numbers at from the hundreds to roughly a thousand.

Full report at:

http://edition.cnn.com/2014/11/11/world/isis-egypt/

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OIC's Quds Contact Group gathers after Israeli raids

World Bulletin/News Desk

12 November 2014

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation's Quds Contact Group will gather extraordinarily on Wednesday in Morocco's capital, Rabat, after the recent violations against Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque.

The Al-Aqsa complex in Jerusalem, which represents the world's third holiest site for Muslims, was stormed last week by a group of Jewish settlers and Israeli security forces.

"In the meeting, an action plan is expected to be approved about the Palestinian, Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque issues," a statement released by Turkey's Foreign Ministry announced on Wednesday.

Full report at:

http://www.worldbulletin.net/world/148226/oics-quds-contact-group-gathers-after-israeli-raids

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Egyptian Salafist party denies ‘sex tape’ scandal

12 November 2014

Egypt’s Islamist al-Nour Party has been plagued by a new scandal this week after a man who is reported to be a member of the party appeared in homemade sex tapes that have been widely circulated online.

The man reportedly filmed several sex tapes of himself and a number of women, local media reports said.

Al-Nour published a statement on Facebook saying the man was never a party member and added that it regarded the incident as an attempt to harm the party’s reputation ahead of upcoming parliamentary elections.

“[This is] an attempt to defame the party for political reasons,” the party said on its page, as quoted by Ahram Online.

Full report at:

http://english.alarabiya.net/en/variety/2014/11/12/Egyptian-Salafist-party-denies-sex-tape-scandal-.html

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Africa

 

Islamic State to Rewrite Qur'an

12 Nov, 2014

Algiers — Amid reports that the Islamic State (ISIS) intends to rewrite and edit the Holy Qur'an, academics, scholars and religious leaders are voicing the need to confront the group on its ideological home turf.

According to Iraqi channel Afek, "The Islamic State organisation decided to rewrite the Qur'an, and delete some verses."

Turkish daily Aydinlik also reported that ISIS had announced its intention to rearrange verses of the Qur'an.

The extremist group claims that the verses they want to delete were put in by "forgers".

But according to Cheikh Mohamed Arbaoui, the imam of the mosque of al-Bashir Ibrahimi in Algiers, "Sunni scholars and the community believe in the total integrity of the Qur'an from distortion, switch, change, and lack or addition in any way."

"This is why Sunni scholars and the community say that whoever claims the existence of distortion in the Qur'an is an infidel, and those who say something that could mislead the nation are infidels," the imam added.

Full report at:

http://allafrica.com/stories/201411110361.html

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Bomb explosion hits eastern Libyan city, causing casualties

12 November 2014

At least 20 people were wounded by an explosion that has gone off in the eastern Libyan city of Tobruk, where the country's elected parliament is based, officials said. 

"The explosion took place away from where parliament sits," Saleh Hashem, a lawmaker , told Reuters. "20 people have been wounded, nobody got killed," he added.        

A security source said two people had been killed but other officials said there were only wounded. A Libyan army spokesman said the explosion was caused by two car bombs that exploded in front of an oil institute early on Wednesday, reported the Associated Press. 

Mohammed Hegazi the attack meant to "terrorize" state institutions and the parliament, as well as deliver a "we are here" message from militants, AP reported. 

Hegazi said the blasts have the hallmarks of extremists from the eastern city of Derna who have pledged allegiance to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria group.                  

Full report at:

http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News/middle-east/2014/11/12/Libyan-activists-found-beheaded-in-Derna-.html

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Nigerian ambassador blasts US refusal to sell arms

12 Nov, 2014

Nigeria’s ambassador to the United States has berated Washington for refusing to sell “lethal weapons” to fight his country’s Islamic uprising, saying the extremists otherwise would have been defeated long ago.

Adebowale Ibidapo Adefuye said the United States is letting down an old ally in its hour of need, and Nigeria’s people and government feel abandoned.

“The US government has up till today refused to grant Nigeria’s request to purchase lethal equipment that would have brought down the terrorists within a short time,” Adefuye told members of the Washington-based Council on Foreign Relations Monday night.

“We find it difficult to understand how and why, in spite of the US presence in Nigeria with their sophisticated military technology, Boko Haram should be expanding and becoming more deadly.”

Full report at:

http://indianexpress.com/article/world/world-others/nigerian-ambassador-blasts-us-refusal-to-sell-arms/99/#sthash.i2dtluk3.dpuf

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South Asia

 

21 Taliban militants killed, 14 wounded in clearing operations

12 Nov, 2014

At least 21 Taliban militants were killed and 14 others were injured following military operations by Afghan national security forces in the past 24 hours.

The Ministry of Interior (MoI), said “In past 24 hours, Afghan National Police conducted several anti-terrorism joint operations with Afghan National Army and NDS to clean some of the areas from terrorists and enemies of peace and stability of Afghanistan.”

The statement further added “The operations were conducted in Kunduz, Nuristan, Logara, Paktia, Khost, Paktika, Zabu, Kandahar, Ghazni, uruzgan, Laghman and Kunar provinces, as a result 31 armed Taliban members were killed and 11 others were wounded.”

Afghan National Police discovered and confiscated light and heavy rounds ammunition during the operations, MoI said.

The statement also added that the Afghan National Police discovered and defused 11 different types of IEDs placed by enemies of Afghanistan for destructive activities in Helmand, Herat, Ghazni, Zabul, Jawzjan and Laghman provinces.

Taliban militants group has not commented regarding the report so far.

http://www.khaama.com/moi-21-taliban-militants-killed-14-wounded-in-clearing-operations-8981

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China proposes Afghan peace "forum" with Taliban

World Bulletin/News Desk

12 Nov, 2014

China has proposed setting up a forum to restart stalled peace talks between Afghanistan and Taliban, the latest sign Beijing wants more of a say in its troubled neighbour's affairs.

Documents seen by Reuters show that China put forward a proposal for a "peace and reconciliation forum" that Afghan officials said would gather representatives from Afghanistan, Pakistan, China and the Taliban command.

The Chinese plan, discussed at a recent meeting of nations taking part in the "Istanbul Process" on Afghanistan's future, comes as U.S.-led combat troops prepare to withdraw from Afghanistan after 13 years of war.

There is little to suggest so far that China will succeed where others have not, but its willingness to revive a bid to broker peace previously attempted by the United States indicates its role in Afghanistan is growing.

China's proposal has not yet been formally announced because Afghan President Ashraf Ghani wants more time to see whether the Taliban and Pakistan are willing to join in, according to his aides.

Full report at:

http://www.worldbulletin.net/headlines/148178/china-proposes-afghan-peace-forum-with-taliban

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War crimes tribunals rebuke two prosecutors for poor preparation

12 Nov, 2014

Yesterday was a bad day for the prosecutors of the war crimes trials, as two of their colleagues got bashed by the two International Crimes Tribunals for poor performance and lack of preparation.

The first International Crimes Tribunal yesterday indicted alleged war criminal Syed Hasan Ali for the crimes that he had committed against humanity in Kishoreganj district in 1971.

Before passing the indictment order, a tribunal judge asked prosecutor Abul Kalam whether he had anything to say.

When Kalam prayed to the judges to frame charges against the accused, Justice Jahangir Hossain said: “You have mentioned in the formal charge, submitted by you, that Hasan Ali had attacked the Purba Para. But in another place [in the documents] you said it was Pal Para.”

Full report at:

http://www.dhakatribune.com/law-rights/2014/nov/12/war-crimes-tribunals-rebuke-two-prosecutors-poor-preparation#sthash.P9RQKHPV.dpuf

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Taliban leader among 6 killed in US drone strike in Nangarhar

By KHAAMA PRESS - Wed Nov 12 2014

At least six Taliban militants were killed following a drone strike in eastern Nangarhar province, local officials said Wednesday.

The airstrike was carried out late on Tuesday evening in Spinghar district.

A spokesman for the Afghan National Police Border Protection Forces, Edris Momand said a Taliban group leader was among those killed.

Momand further added that the Taliban leader was identified as Rahman Khan who was leading a group of insurgents in the area.

He said a Pakistani national was also among those killed following the airstrike.

The Taliban militants group has not commented regarding the report so far.

Nangarhar is among the relatively volatile provinces in eastern Afghanistan where anti-government armed militant groups are actively operating in a number of its districts.

http://www.khaama.com/taliban-leader-among-6-killed-in-us-drone-strike-in-nangarhar-8984

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Pakistan

 

Former Home Minister: Islamic State Militants Have Reached Pakistan

12 Nov, 2014

LONDON - Former minister for interior affairs Senator Rehman Malik on Wednesday said that the Islamic State militants have reached Pakistan.

Talking to journalists here, he said that the Islamic State militants including highly educated degree holders from international universities entered Pakistan for carrying out terrorism activities in Pakistan. To a question, he said that the incident of Benazir Bhutto International Airport Islamabad was pre-planned and he knew about the plan, therefore he refused to enter the plane.

He said that Pakistan Peoples’ Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari would address a big rally in Birmingham.

http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/national/12-Nov-2014/rehman-says-islamic-state-militants-have-reached-pakistan

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19 militants killed in air strikes in Khyber Agency

12 Nov, 2014

PESHAWAR: At least 19 militants were killed on Wednesday during air strikes in Sandapal and Akakhel areas of Khyber Agency.

According to the ISPR, an important militant commander was also killed. Furthermore, the air strikes destroyed at least five militant hideouts and an ammunition depot in the area. This information, however, could not be independently verified as journalists have limited access to the war-torn agency.

Today's strikes were part of the military operation carried out by the army in the tribal areas of Khyber Agency and North Waziristan, targeting local and foreign insurgents in the area.

Apart from Zarb-i-Azb, a full-fledged operation in North Waziristan, Khyber-1 was also launched last month to target Lashkar-i-Islam, a Taliban faction that has strongholds in Khyber Agency.

At least two soldiers and four militants were killed in an exchange of fire in North Waziristan near the Afghan border, the military said on Monday.

North Waziristan has become a major base for the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (Pakistani Taliban), which rose up against the state in 2007.

http://www.dawn.com/news/1143975/19-militants-killed-in-air-strikes-in-khyber-agency

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Asma Jehangir Calls Imran ‘Bhonga (Naïve) Khan’

12 Nov, 2014

LAHORE: Prominent lawyer, Asma Jehangir has termed Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan ‘bhonga (naïve) Khan.’

Addressing the PTI sit-in on Tuesday, Imran Khan made Asma Jehangir the target of his scathing criticism. Khan said on one hand Jehangir criticizes women participating in the PTI protest for dancing and on the other she herself does the same in India.

Khan added it seemed as if Asma Jehangir and Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman had become friends.

In response to Khan, Jehangir warned the PTI chairman to remember his actions. She said Khan should watch what he says because he is not perfect enough to criticize others.

“I have never said anything critical about dancing. If Khan sb wants to go to India and dance I have not stopped him nor is he under any sort of restriction. I call what he says from the container fatwa of bhonga Khan,” Jehangir said.

Jehangir was also critical of Imran Khan’s demand of including ISI and MI officials in the judicial commission to probe rigging allegations in the 2013 general elections.

http://www.thenews.com.pk/article-165504-Asma-Jehangir-calls-Imran-bhonga-Khan-

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Wagah attack suspects among 13 killed in Khyber airstrikes: ISPR

12 Nov, 2014

ISLAMABAD: Security forces in precise aerial strikes in Daras area of Khyber Agency killed 13 suspected terrorists including some foreigners on Tuesday, Pakistani military said.

“Strikes were carried out on credible intelligence about presence of terrorists involved in Wagah border suicide attack,” said a statement issued by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).

During the strikes, fighter jets destroyed three militant hideouts including an ammunition depot.

Intelligence sources believe that the mastermind and handlers of Wagah border incident might be among the dead.

The information, however, could not be verified independently due to restricted access for journalists in the area.

Full report at:

http://www.dawn.com/news/1143782/wagah-attack-suspects-among-13-killed-in-khyber-airstrikes-ispr

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Corps commanders resolve to continue operations till elimination of terrorists

12 Nov, 2014

RAWALPINDI: The 176th Corps Commanders’ Conference was held at General Headquarters on Wednesday. The meeting was chaired by Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif.

The conference was part of a routine monthly meeting. Participants of the conference were given a detailed briefing on the overall security situation in the country, with particular reference to the progress of ongoing operations Zarb-e-Azb and Khyber-1, the ISPR reported.

The corps commanders expressed resolve to continue operations till terrorists are eliminated and vowed that terrorists will not be allowed to regroup and return to these areas, nor will they be allowed any space across Pakistan.

Full report at:

http://www.dawn.com/news/1143972/corps-commanders-resolve-to-continue-operations-till-elimination-of-terrorists

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Govt team had agreed on ISI and MI officials in commission: Imran

12 Nov, 2014

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman, Imran Khan said on Wednesday that the government team had agreed on including ISI and MI officials in the judicial commission to probe allegations of rigging in the 2013 elections.

Imran Khan was speaking with the media outside his Bani Gala residence prior to departing for the PTI rally in Nankana Sahib.

Khan said his stance on Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif remaining in office until the judicial commission completed its probe into election rigging was not a u-turn.

Khan added that he had not been consulted over the appointment of the Chief Election Commissioner. He said his party supported Justice (retd) Nasir Aslam Zahid but without removing the provincial election commissioners, there was no use of appointing a CEC.

http://www.thenews.com.pk/article-165501-Govt-team-had-agreed-on-ISI-and-MI-officials-in-commission:-Imran-

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Mideast

 

At least 33 dead in Yemeni clashes, drone kills 7 militants

 12 November 2014

At least 33 people have been killed in central Yemen in fighting in the past two days between Shi'ite Muslim Houthi fighters trying to expand their control and Sunni tribes allied with al Qaeda, residents said on Wednesday.

Separately, a U.S. drone killed seven suspected al Qaeda militants in southern Yemen while they were on their way to carry out an attack, Yemeni military sources said.

The expansion of the Houthis, who hail mainly from northern Yemen, has unsettled Sunni tribes in central al-Bayda province, threatening to provoke sectarian conflict.

Residents reported intense fighting in the Qifa area, home to powerful al-Bayda Sunni tribes who joined hands with the local al Qaeda wing, Ansar al-Sharia, to halt the Houthi advance.

In the city of Radda in the same province, which fell to the Houthis earlier this month, a car bomb apparently targeting a local tribal leader allied with the Houthis was blown up safely before it reached its intended destination, residents said.

Full report at http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News/middle-east/2014/11/12/-Dozens-killed-in-bomb-attack-on-Yemen-rebel-fighters-.html

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Israeli settlers torch West Bank mosque in suspected revenge attack

NOVEMBER 12, 2014

JERUSALEM, Nov 12 — Israeli settlers torched a West Bank mosque in an apparent revenge attack today, Palestinian officials said, as the US top diplomat headed to Jordan to discuss the spiralling violence.

Months of unrest have escalated in recent days, spreading from annexed east Jerusalem to the occupied West Bank and Arab communities across Israel, and raising fears of a new Palestinian uprising.

In a televised address late yesterday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he had ordered a raft of additional security measures nationwide to tackle escalating Arab protests.

The pre-dawn arson attack on a mosque near the Jewish settlement of Shilo came after separate Palestinian knife attacks on Monday killed a settler in the southern Western Bank and an Israeli soldier in Tel Aviv.

“The settlers set fire to the whole of the first floor of the mosque” in Al-Mughayir village near the West Bank city of Ramallah, a security official said. Police confirmed the incident and opened an investigation.

Full report at http://www.themalaymailonline.com/world/article/israeli-settlers-torch-west-bank-mosque-in-suspected-revenge-attack#sthash.NXzJmfdy.dpuf

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Turks manipulate trending topics in spite of Twitter

12 Nov, 2014

Many Turks are still manipulating “trending topics” on Twitter, mostly for political aims, despite the social media giant’s attempts to stop them, a Hürriyet columnist has revealed through an experiment.

Cengiz Semercioğlu wrote in his column Nov. 12 how his own hashtag, #CengizSE, hit the trending topic (TT) lists the previous day. “I see that any person can push a hashtag to Turkish and worldwide TT lists in 10-15 minutes,” Semercioğlu said.

A trending topic is a word or phrase that is tagged at a greater rate than other tags and it is shown in a list, global or localized, on Twitter.

Semercioğlu’s experiment started when he saw a Turkish hashtag on the worldwide TT list on Nov. 11 that mentioned a phone number based in Istanbul with the phrase, “Your Social Media Agency.”

Full report at http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/turks-manipulate-trending-topics-in-spite-of-twitter.aspx?pageID=238&nID=74215&NewsCatID=374

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Israeli settlers torch West Bank mosque: Palestinian officials

12 Nov, 2014

Israeli settlers torched a mosque near the West Bank town of Ramallah overnight, Palestinian security officials said on Nov. 12, as violence intensified in the occupied territory.

"The settlers set fire to the whole of the first floor of the mosque" in the village of Al-Mughayir, near the Shilo settlement, a security official said.

Another mosque in the same village was set ablaze in a similar attack in 2012.

Hardline Jewish settlers frequently accompany their revenge attacks with graffiti bearing the legend "price tag" but that was not the case in the latest arson attack, the officials said.

A settler and an Israeli soldier were killed in separate Palestinian knife attacks in the West Bank and Tel Aviv on Nov. 10.

Full report at http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/israeli-settlers-torch-west-bank-mosque-palestinian-officials.aspx?pageID=238&nID=74197&NewsCatID=352

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'ISIS and Hamas will take care of you,' arrested Palestinian teen tells police

12 Nov, 2014

A 17-year-old boy from the north of Jerusalem was arrested in the Old City of Jerusalem after he aroused the suspicions of the  Border Police, who searched him and found a knife hidden in his pants' waist.

During the arrest, the boy threatened the police saying, "ISIS and Hamas will take care of you."

Earlier Tuesday, A Palestinian with an improvised weapon was shot by IDF soldiers during a riot at Al-Arroub, southwest of Bethlehem.

According to Palestinian reports, the man died of his wounds after being evacuated to a PA hospital.

An army spokeswoman said some 200 Palestinians took part in the riot, hurling rocks at an IDF unit, which responded with non-lethal riot dispersal means.

At one stage, a Palestinian directed what the spokeswoman said was an improvised weapon at soldiers, who felt their lives to be in jeopardy. As a result, solders responded with live fire.

"We are examining this incident," the spokeswoman added.

In Sinjil, near Ramallah, 15 Palestinians threw rocks and firebombs at traffic on a road on Tuesday.

The IDF fired bullets at the legs of two attackers, striking and injuring them.

http://www.jpost.com/Arab-Israeli-Conflict/ISIS-and-Hamas-will-take-care-of-you-arrested-Palestinian-teen-tells-police-381536

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Iranian Nobel laureate: Human rights as bad as under Ahmadinejad

12 November 2014

Iranian Nobel Peace laureate Shirin Ebadi said Iran's human rights situation has not improved despite President Hassan Rowhani's promises of change. She urged the U.N. General Assembly to approve a resolution criticizing the country's abuses.

In an interview with the Associated Press on Tuesday, Ebadi said Iran's rights record remains as bad as it was under hard-liner Mahmoud Ahmadinejad - and in some cases, it is worse.

She said the difference is that Ahmadinejad supported severe limitations on human rights while Rowhani has vowed to ease restrictions on freedom of expression and eliminate discrimination against women and minorities.

Full report at http://english.alarabiya.net/en/perspective/features/2014/11/12/Iranian-Nobel-laureate-Human-rights-as-bad-as-under-Ahmadinejad.html

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Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas accuses Israel of religious war

12 Nov, 2014

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas accused Israel on Tuesday of leading the region toward a “religious war,” saying frequent visits by Jewish worshippers to a site sacred to both Islam and Judaism are fueling clashes that have raised fears of a widespread outbreak of fighting.

The accusation drew a sharp response from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who said Abbas was making matters worse.

“Instead of calming tempers, he is inflaming them. Instead of educating his people for peace, Abu Mazen is educating them for terror attacks,” Netanyahu said in a nationally televised address, referring to Abbas.

After meeting his Security Cabinet for several hours, Netanyahu also said security forces had been bolstered, and that he would begin imposing tough measures against violent demonstrators.

Much of the recent unrest has stemmed from tensions surrounding the holy site in Jerusalem’s Old City known to Jews as the Temple Mount and to Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary.

Visits by Jewish worshippers have raised concerns among Muslims that Israel is secretly trying to take over the site, fanning strife in a region already on edge following the collapse of U.S.-led peace talks, Israel’s bloody war last summer in the Gaza Strip, and new Israeli settlement construction plans in east Jerusalem.

Full report at:

http://indianexpress.com/article/world/middle-east-africa/palestinian-president-mahmoud-abbas-accuses-israel-of-religious-war/99/#sthash.KtMIlCBs.dpuf

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Europe

 

Sinai buffer zone no solution to militancy in Egypt-Amnesty

World Bulletin/News Desk

12 Nov, 2014

Egypt's plan to create a security buffer zone along its border with Gaza is not a solution to growing militancy in the Sinai region as it does not address the roots of the problem, the head of Amnesty International said on Wednesday.

"These are all shortcuts, you are not able to address the underlying issue which is what is happening in the Gaza Strip and how the Muslim Brotherhood and other opposition are being treated," Salil Shetty, the rights group's Secretary General, told Reuters.

"You can create fortresses and buffer zones but it will come back to bite," he said, adding that human rights in Egypt had regressed since the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak three years ago.

Full report at:

http://www.worldbulletin.net/todays-news/148232/sinai-buffer-zone-no-solution-to-militancy-in-egypt-amnesty

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56% of Israelis back Al-Aqsa Jewish prayer ban: Poll

World Bulletin/News Desk

12 Nov, 2014

Fifty-six percent of Israelis approve of existing government rules banning Jews from praying in East Jerusalem's flashpoint Al-Aqsa Mosque complex, according to a joint survey by local research groups.

According to the survey – conducted by the Israel Democracy Institute, a local think tank, and a research group at Tel Aviv University – 56 percent of respondents believe the Israeli government should continue restricting Jews from entering the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound to perform prayers in order to "prevent friction with the Muslim world."

On the other hand, 38 percent of respondents said the Israeli government should change the policy, even if the move leads to bloodshed.

Full report at:

http://www.worldbulletin.net/headlines/148230/56-of-israelis-back-al-aqsa-jewish-prayer-ban-poll

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France to vote November 28 on Palestinian state recognition

12 Nov, 2014

French lawmakers will hold a vote on November 28 over whether or not to recognize a Palestinian state, according to AFP on Wednesday.

On November 5, it was reported that left-wing lawmakers in France's parliament were readying to submit a motion calling on the government to extend recognition.

Last month, the British parliament held a symbolic vote that recognized a Palestinian state. The Swedish government became the first EU actor to officially recognize Palestine.

http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-News/France-to-vote-November-28-on-Palestinian-state-recognition-381578

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War crimes may be occurring in Libya: UN prosecutor

12 Nov, 2014

The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court said Tuesday there were indications of war crimes being committed in Libya, warning that the strife-torn country was "on the wrong path."

Fatou Bensouda told the UN Security Council that the violence in Libya had worsened over the past six months with the country now split between two governments and two parliaments vying for control.

"There are, indeed, indications that crimes that fall within the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court are being committed," Bensouda told the council.

The chief prosecutor described as "worrisome" an ongoing spate of assassinations in Benghazi, Libya's second city, threats to journalists, human rights activists and women in particular as well as to prosecutors, judges and lawyers.

Full report at:

http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/2/8/115308/World/Region/War-crimes-may-be-occurring-in-Libya-UN-prosecutor.aspx

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UN says 13.6 million displaced by wars in Iraq and Syria

12 Nov, 2014

About 13.6 million people have been displaced by conflicts in Syria and Iraq, and many are without food or shelter as winter starts, the U.N. refugee agency UNHCR said on Nov. 12

Amin Awad, UNHCR's director for the Middle East and North Africa, said the world was becoming numb to the refugees' needs.

"Now when we talk about a million people displaced over two months, or 500,000 overnight, the world is just not responding," he told reporters in Geneva.

The 13.6 million include 7.2 million displaced within Syria - an increase from a long-held U.N. estimate of 6.5 million -  as well as 3.3 million Syrian refugees abroad.

In Iraq, 1.9 million have been displaced this year by tribal fighting and the advance of Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) militants, adding to 1 million previously displaced, and 190,000 have left the country to seek safety.

Full report at:

http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/un-says-136-million-displaced-by-wars-in-iraq-and-syria.aspx?pageID=238&nID=74198&NewsCatID=359

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Germany rules out dialogue with Syrian Assad regime

World Bulletin/News Desk

12 Nov, 2014

The German government has ruled out initiating talks with the Assad regime in Syria, an adviser to the Chancellor said on Tuesday.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s chief foreign policy adviser Christoph Heusgen said the president of the Syrian regime Bashar al-Assad was guilty of genocide.

“We should not consider Assad as somebody who is an interlocutor, as somebody we should work with only because now there is an organization like the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant with human rights violations, even worse than those of Assad,” Heusgen said at the Berlin Foreign Policy Forum.

“We must not forget that it is Assad who should be blamed for the death of hundreds of thousands of people, and the displacement of millions of people outside the country,” Heusgen said.

Full report at:

http://www.worldbulletin.net/todays-news/148205/germany-rules-out-dialogue-with-syrian-assad-regime

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Pakistani man among suspected IS supporters arrested in Germany

12 Nov, 2014

BERLIN: German police arrested several men, including a 58-year-old Pakistani man, suspected of supporting militant groups, including Islamic State, and raided numerous properties in a large operation against alleged radicals, federal prosecutors said on Wednesday.

Some 240 police officers took part in the sweep, which targeted a network believed to support Islamists in Syria.

A 58-year-old Pakistani man, Mirza Tamoor B., was arrested on suspicion that he smuggled two fighters from Germany to Syria, while a 31-year-old German, Kais B. O., was detained on suspicion of recruiting three other potential jihadists and helping them to travel to Syria, prosecutors said.

Full report at:

http://www.dawn.com/news/1143993/pakistani-man-among-suspected-is-supporters-arrested-in-germany

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India

 

Govt Bans Militant Outfit Kamatapur Liberation Organisation

TNN | Nov 12, 2014

NEW DELHI: Having found to be involved in several recent blasts in West Bengal and the northeast, militant outfit Kamatapur Liberation Organisation (KLO), which operates in West Bengal and Assam and is fighting for a sovereign state, has been declared a banned terrorist group by the government.

In a gazette notification, the Home Ministry said that exercising the powers conferred under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967, the central government proposes to add Kamatapur Liberation Organisation and all its formation and front organizations as a terrorist organization.

KLO, which came into existence in 1993, has been consolidating its position in the fourteen districts in Assam and six districts in West Bengal both organisationally and in terms of weapons and cadres and to achieve the objective of a separate "sovereign Kamatapur state".

The outfit is also resorting to terrorism in the form of killing of innocent civilians and security forces and engaging in other violent activities including looting, kidnapping, landmine and bomb blasts, the notification said.

Full report at:

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Govt-bans-militant-outfit-Kamatapur-Liberation-Organisation/articleshow/45116974.cms?

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MP cops to probe arrest of 2 ‘ISI spies’

Dinesh K Sharma,TNN | Nov 12, 2014

FEROZEPUR: Contrary to claims by Ferozepur police of having arrested two spies working for Pakistan's Inter Services Intelligence on November 8, members of Madhya Pradesh anti-terrorist squad reached here on Tuesday to probe the possibility of the two being involved in smuggling scorpions to the neighbouring country. The ATS members have come here to probe the matter and interrogate the accused, who were arrested by Ferozepur police, with 45 black scorpions.

Shiv Narayan Chandravanshi, 43, and Arjun Malviya, 35, both residents of Bhopal district in MP, were arrested and charged with spying for ISI. Ferozepur police claimed that the two were in regular touch with a woman ISI agent, identified as Jaya Mishra, on the internet and some money was also reportedly transferred into their accounts from Pakistan.

The accused landed in police net when owner of the guesthouse, where they had been staying, got suspicious about their activities and informed police. Police also claimed that the accused called on a Pakistani telephone number several times.

Full report at:

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/MP-cops-in-Ferozepur-to-probe-arrest-of-2-ISI-spies/articleshow/45116561.cms

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Pakistan anti-terrorism court dismisses to hold Mumbai attacks trial by video-link

12 Nov, 2014

A Pakistani anti-terrorism court on Wednesday dismissed a plea to conduct the trial of seven accused in the 2008 Mumbai attacks case including LeT operations commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi through video-link and asked authorities to ensure security for the witnesses and others.

Anti-Terrorism court Judge of Islamabad, Judge Kausar Abbas Zaidi, dismissed the prosecution’s plea to allow the witnesses to submit their recorded statements in the court because of security reasons.

“The court dismissed the prosecutions plea and ordered that the case hearing will continue to be held at the Adiala Jail at Rawalpindi and security be ensured for the witnesses and others,” the court sources told PTI.

Full report at:

http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-others/pakistan-anti-terrorism-court-dismisses-to-hold-mumbai-attacks-trial-by-video-link/#sthash.EDTE0CMl.dpuf

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North America

 

Religious school holidays scrapped in U.S. county

 12 November 2014

Religious labels will be removed from school holidays starting next year in Montgomery County public schools in the state of Maryland, the Washington Post reported Tuesday.

The decision, which came following a 7 to 1 vote of the county's Board of Education, did not satisfy Muslim leaders who did not gain any day off for the Muslim holiday of Eid.

“Equality is really what we're looking for,” Saqib Ali, a former Maryland state delegate and co-chair of Equality for Eid, said.

"Simply saying we're not going to call this Christmas, and we're not going to call this Yom Kippur, and still closing the schools, that's not equality," Ali said.

Muslims have been requesting from Montgomery schools the recognition of some major Muslim holidays for years.

Full report at:

http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News/middle-east/2014/11/12/U-S-County-removes-all-references-to-religion-on-School-calendars-.html

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US trade mission upbeat on Sisi leadership; vows investment

12 Nov, 2014

The largest-ever US business mission to Egypt concluded its visit to Cairo on Tuesday with praise for Egypt’s reform-minded government and promises of future investment.

Senior officials and representatives from over 65 US companies arrived in Cairo on Sunday as part of “the largest trade mission in the entire history of the Chamber of Commerce,” according to mission leader Ambassador David Thorne, Senior Advisor to the US Secretary of the State.

The delegates met with President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi on Monday and were upbeat about his leadership of the most-populated Arab country.

“There is a quiet confidence from President El-Sisi to the ministers, that they’re going to make this work, and I share that confidence,” said G. Steven Farris, Chairman of the US-Egypt Business Council and Chairman and CEO of oil and gas giant Apache Corporation.

Egypt’s government has embarked on a series of economic reforms in recent months, including a politically-charged cut of energy subsidies as well as raising taxes to combat a ballooning budget deficit.

Full report at:

http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/3/12/115322/Business/Economy/US-trade-mission-upbeat-on-Sisi-leadership;-vows-i.aspx

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Olson encourages Pakistan to strengthen relations with Afghanistan

12 Nov, 2014

ISLAMABAD – National University of Science and Technology (NUST) hosted US Ambassador to Pakistan Richard G Olson for a discussion with students and faculty on Wednesday.

Olson’s remarks emphasised the importance of cooperation between the United States, Afghanistan and Pakistan in order to support regional stability and prosperity. “A strong relationship between our two countries Pakistan and US is of great importance to regional stability and to achieving a more prosperous future for our citizens,” the ambassador said.

“One of the most critical ingredients for achieving regional stability and prosperity is creating a peaceful and stable future for Afghanistan,” he added. “The United States will remain engaged; we see our role in Afghanistan, Pakistan and the region as one of a sustained commitment that is in our own national security interest as well as that of the countries of the region,” he said.

Full report at:

http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/national/12-Nov-2014/olson-encourages-pakistan-to-strengthen-relations-with-afghanistan

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US-Pak relations are of great importance for regional stability: US envoy

12 Nov, 2014

ISLAMABAD: United States Ambassador to Pakistan Richard Olson said a strong relationship between the two countries was of great importance for regional stability and in achieving a prosperous future for its citizens.

"One of the most critical ingredients for achieving regional stability and prosperity is creating a peaceful and stable future for Afghanistan,” Richard Olson said during his address to students at the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) in Islamabad.

Ambassador Olson in his remarks emphasised the importance of cooperation between the US, Afghanistan, and Pakistan in order to support regional stability and prosperity.

The Ambassador spoke about the results of the Declaration of Enduring Partnership signed between the Government of Afghanistan and Nato in 2010 to provide a long-term security, economic, and political support to Afghanistan and the importance of regional efforts in its continued success.

Full report at:

http://www.dawn.com/news/1143987/us-pak-relations-are-of-great-importance-for-regional-stability-us-envoy

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US: Qadri denies deal with government

12 Nov, 2014

DALLAS: Pakistan Awami Tahreek (PAT) chief Tahir ul Qadri will not become a country which the founder of Pakistan Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah dreamt of until people of Pakistan and overseas Pakistanis don’t stand for it.

He was addressing a reception in his honor by Dallas Pakistani community. The topic of the seminar was “Democratic Rights of Overseas Pakistanis”.

Addressing the meeting he said that looking at the plight of Pakistan, it seems “Yazeediat” has come live again.

He said that the reason for dharna that was staged by Awami Tahreek and PTI was negligence of the state towards the of the country.

He questioned as to why Pakistan has only four provinces. Qadri said that if Pakistan has thirty or thirty five provinces, then it will be easy for people to get justice, as by creation of new provinces new courts will be established.

He said that both the governments of Nawaz Shareef and Zardari had sold national assets on dimes. He said that Nawaz Shareef has sold 40 national institutions to his cronies and friends.

He said that Baluchistan has unlimited quantities of gold and minerals. “If these natural resources are exploited, then not only Baluchistan but the economic condition of whole Pakistan will change,” the PAT chief added.

Full report at:

http://www.thenews.com.pk/article-165440-US:-Qadri-denies-deal-with-government-

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Southeast Asia

 

Negara-Ku starts road show to reclaim Malaysia from extremism

12 Nov, 2014

New people's movement Negara-Ku is set to carry out its "reclaim Malaysia" agenda nationwide with a roadshow beginning in Malacca tonight to return rationality, open and civil discussion, moderation and harmony to Malaysia.

"Kembalikan Negaraku" or "Return My Country" aims to take back Malaysia from racism and extremism, and provide a platform for safe debates, even on controversial issues such as the court's recent decision on Negri Sembilan's Islamic enactments on transgenders.

More than just focusing on issues themselves, the movement's founder and chairperson Zaid Kamaruddin said they wanted to promote a climate where Malaysians could discuss matters without getting emotional.

Full report at:

http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/negara-ku-starts-roadshow-to-reclaim-malaysia-from-extremism#sthash.IjtVMjIg.dpuf

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Jawi claims rehabilitated almost 2,000 LGBTs into ‘normal’ Muslims

NOVEMBER 12, 2014

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 12 — The Federal Territory Islamic Affairs Department (Jawi) has claimed that its programmes have successfully turned most of their 2,000 former participants from the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community into “normal” Muslims.

Umno-linked daily Utusan Malaysia reported Jawi head director Paimuzi Yahya as saying today that “a large number” of the participants of the programmes, which were conducted since 2005, have returned to life as “normal Muslims”.

“Such programmes have helped them to know themselves and to return to their nature,” Paimuzi was quoted saying in a statement today.

Full report at:

http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/jawi-claims-rehabilitated-almost-2000-lgbts-into-normal-muslims#sthash.WTzAjS9Q.dpuf

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URL: http://www.newageislam.com/islamic-world-news/new-age-islam-news-bureau/-baghdadi-is-dead-,-al-ahram-cites-mosul-inhabitants/d/99969

 

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