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Iranian Diplomat Warns: Obama's Daughter Will Be Kidnapped and Raped If America Attacks Syria

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo: Nigerian army kills 50 Boko Haram Islamist fighters in camp shootout

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Africa

Nigerian army kills 50 Boko Haram Islamist fighters in camp shootout

Bombers strike restaurant in Somali capital, at least 15 dead

Congo says to return to negotiations with rebels on Monday

Twitter shuts down Somalia's extremists, again

Defenders of King’s Palace museum in Libya vow to fight on

 

Arab World

The Biggest Myth of the Syrian War Is That the Rebels are dominated by al Qaeda

Muslims must stay away from sedition, says Makkah imam

Iraqi militants threaten to target U.S. interests if Syria is attacked

Direct link between Assad and gas attack elusive for U.S

Egypt's Morsi slapped with new charge for 'insulting judges'

16 killed in Damascus shelling, say Syria activists

Egypt army attacks Sinai militants

Islamist radical rebels say they killed Syria's Hama governor

Two dead as Morsi supporters hold new rallies in Egypt

15-yr prison for Saudi found guilty of sedition

FSA chief: ‘Indicators’ show Congress would vote against Syria strike

Reports of missing objects from Cairo's Museum of Islamic Art

 

Pakistan

Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamat stopped from holding conference

Unidentified gunmen kill 7 Shia Muslims in Pak's Punjab

Alliance of non-Pukhtun leaders under fire for widening ethnic divide

PTI submits resolution on Hazara province

Six killed in militant attack on Kohat Road, Peshawar

Firing leaves at least eight dead in Peshawar

Pakistan releases seven Afghan Taliban fighters

Mufti required in huge money scam arrested

MFN status will be given to India: Pakistan

 

India

India May See Another '26/11-Like' Attack: Saeed

Indian Muslims not fighting in Syria, says group

Srinagar turns fortress ahead of Zubin Mehta's concert

PM Manmohan Singh leaves for India after G20 Summit

Zubin's show reminds Kashmiris of 1955 Jashn-e-Kashmir festival

8 held in Fatehgarh Sahib for planning 'terror attacks'

Lok Sabha passes Bill on Waqf properties

Kerala teacher Abdul Malik swims to school to save time

 

Europe

East London mosque awaits EDL march with fear and frustration

Russia to keep helping Syria even if it's attacked

Netherlands liable for Muslim deaths at Srebrenica: court

U.S. says attack on Syria aims to kill Assad's 'way to victory'

All information on Syria gas attack points to Assad: EU

EU panel backs visa-free travel for UAE nationals

Sharp rise in British drone use in Afghanistan

 

North America

Obama tells nation that Syria is 'not another Iraq or Afghanistan'

U.S. resumes aid to Mali after new president takes office

Kerry seeks EU support on Syria after G20 split

Barack Obama says US can't turn 'blind eye' to Syria

 

South Asia

Seven Taliban fighters, two children killed in Afghan violence

Jamaat-e-Islami leader indicted in Bangladesh over 1971 war crimes

Voters in Maldives elect leader after protests and violence

Indian verdict disrespect to int’l law: Bangladesh NHRC

Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami leaders’ sons start polls campaign

Sri Lanka Muslim leader warns against extremism claims

 

Southeast Asia

Church leaders RUBBISH claims of Christian conspiracy to convert Muslims

‘Do the right thing’ when questioning minors, Malaysian Bar Council tells cops

Indonesia given duty relief on 313 items by Paksitan

Muslims lag behind other races in being "honest, ethical and upstanding" - PAS deputy president

 

Mideast

Iranian diplomat warns: Obama's daughter will be kidnapped and raped if America attacks Syria

Israel police arrest 15 Palestinians

US intercepts Iranian order for attack on US interests in Iraq: Report

Palestinians Launch Six New Radio Stations

Syria, Egypt turmoil nudges Israel and Palestinians toward peace

Compiled by New Age Islam News Bureau

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Iranian Diplomat Warns: Obama's Daughter Will Be Kidnapped and Raped If America Attacks Syria

Sep 07 2013

An Iranian strategic expert has warned that one of President Obama's daughters will be kidnapped and raped if America attacks Syria.

Alireza Forghani, also the former governor of southern Iran’s Kish Province, warned of mass abductions and killings of American citizens worldwide in the event the Obama administration launches a military strike in Syria.

'Hopefully Obama will be pigheaded enough to attack Syria, and then we will see the … loss of U.S. interests [through terrorist attacks],' he threatened.

'In just 21 hours [after the attack on Syria], a family member of every U.S. minister [department secretary], U.S. ambassadors, U.S. military commanders around the world will be abducted. And then 18 hours later, videos of their amputation will be spread [around the world]' he said reported The Daily Caller.

The threat comes amid reports today that the U.S has intercepted an order from Iranian official instructing militants in Iraq to attack U.S. interests in Baghdad if the attack goes ahead.

The American embassy in Baghdad was a likely target, according to unnamed U.S. officials quoted by the Wall Street Journal.

The Journal said the officials did not describe the range of potential targets indicated by the intelligence.

In addition, the State Department issued a warning on Thursday telling U.S. citizens to avoid all but 'essential' travel to Iraq.

President Barack Obama has asked the U.S. Congress to back his plan for limited strikes in response to a chemical weapons attack on civilians that the United States blames on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's forces.

The Journal reported that the Iranian message was intercepted in recent days and came from the head of the Revolutionary Guards' Qods Force.

The newspaper said the message went to Iranian-supported Shi'ite militia groups in Iraq.

The Journal reported that the message informed Shi'ite groups to be prepared to respond with force after any U.S. military strike on Syria.

'Travel within Iraq remains dangerous given the security situation,' according to the State Department's warning, which replaced an earlier one 'to update information on security incidents and to remind U.S. citizens of ongoing security concerns in Iraq, including kidnapping and terrorist violence.'

The department said that numerous insurgent groups, including al Qaeda's Iraq affiliate, remain active and 'terrorist activity and sectarian violence persist in many areas of the country at levels unseen since 2008.'

It added: 'The ability of the embassy to respond to situations in which U.S. citizens face difficulty, including arrests, is extremely limited.'

The State Department declined immediate comment. The CIA declined comment.

The US and France are so far the only nations attending the G20 to have backed the use of military force against the Assad regime, with Russia and China insisting that any action in the absence of UN Security Council approval would be illegal.

Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta - who also attended this morning's aid meeting - said in a tweet last night that 'the G20 has just now finished the dinner session, at which the divisions about Syria were confirmed'.

US frustrations over Russia's stance were reflected in comments by the American envoy to the UN, Samantha Power, who told a New York news conference: 'Even in the wake of the flagrant shattering of the international norm against chemical weapons use, Russia continues to hold the (Security) Council hostage and shirk its international responsibilities.

'What we have learned, what the Syrian people have learned, is that the Security Council the world needs to deal with this crisis is not the Security Council we have.'

The US Government accuses Assad's forces of killing 1,429 people in a poison-gas attack in a suburb of the Syrian capital, Damascus, on August 21.

Britain announced yesterday that scientists at the Porton Down research laboratories have found traces of the nerve gas sarin on cloth and soil samples retrieved from the site of the attack.

Meanwhile, there were signs that Mr Obama may struggle to secure support in Congress for his proposal of 'limited and proportionate' military action against Assad.

A poll commissioned by the BBC and ABC News suggested more than one-third of Congress members were undecided whether or not to back military action, while a majority of those who had made a decision said they would vote against the President.

The survey found that 226 members of the House of Representatives said they would oppose or were likely to oppose military action, against 45 who were certain or likely to support it and 189 who were undecided or did not respond.

Some 17 members of the Senate were certain or likely to oppose Mr Obama's plans, against 23 certain or likely to back him and 60 whose position was undecided or unknown.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2413657/Iranian-strategic-expert-warns-Obamas-daughters-kidnapped-raped-America-attacks-Syria-Secret-Service-intercepts-orders-attack-US-targets.html#ixzz2eCsUYeUV

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Africa

 

Nigerian army kills 50 Boko Haram Islamist fighters in camp shootout

LANRE OLA 

07 SEPTEMBER 2013

Nigerian soldiers have tracked down and killed 50 members of the Islamist sect Boko Haram in its northeastern stronghold, an army spokesman said on Saturday.

Army units mounted the operation after suspected Boko Haram fighters killed 20 people in two attacks on Wednesday and Thursday in villages in northeastern Borno state.

"Troops pursued the terrorists to their camps and with air support about 50 terrorists were killed in a shoot-out," army spokesman Sagir Musa told reporters in Maiduguri.

Boko Haram, which wants to impose sharia law in northern Nigeria, and other splinter Islamist groups, are the biggest threat to stability in Nigeria, Africa's top oil exporter.

The military sometimes exaggerates its successes and plays down its own casualties and the deaths of civilians, residents of Borno state and rights groups have said. Musa said the number of civilian casualties caused by the latest army offensive was not yet known.

More than 160 people were killed in violence linked to Boko Haram last month - one of the bloodiest periods since President Goodluck Jonathan declared a state of emergency and a military crackdown in three northeastern states in mid-May.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/africa/nigerian-army-kills-50-boko-haram-islamist-fighters-in-camp-shootout-8803061.html

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Bombers strike restaurant in Somali capital, at least 15 dead

7 Sep 2013

MOGADISHU, Sept 7 (Reuters) - A car bomb and suspected suicide bomber struck a popular restaurant in the Somali capital on Saturday, killing at least 15 people, Ahmed Nur, a senior police officer at the scene, told Reuters.

The blast underscored the ongoing security threats in Mogadishu, despite the withdrawal by Islamist militant group al Shabaab from the city in 2011 under military pressure.

It was not immediately clear who carried out the attack on the Village Restaurant, owned by well-known Somali businessman Ahmed Jama, who returned to his home country from London to set up business against the advice of friends.

In September last year two suicide bombers hit the same restaurant, killing at least 15 people.

Mohamed Yusuf, spokesman for the Mogadishu authorities, said that after the car bomb went off, a suicide bomber immediately blew himself up in the restaurant.

"First a car bomb exploded at the entrance of the restaurant, and when people converged inside a suicide bomber blew up himself," he said. (Writing by George Obulutsa; editing by Mike Collett-White)

http://www.trust.org/item/20130907093325-3n8av/?source=hpbreaking

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Congo says to return to negotiations with rebels on Monday

 6 Sep 2013

By Bienvenu Bakumanya

KINSHASA, Sept 6 (Reuters) - Democratic Republic of Congo said on Friday it would return to negotiations with eastern rebels next week after regional leaders set a two-week deadline for peace talks to end an 18-month-old rebellion.

A summit of five African presidents from the Great Lakes region called on Thursday for Congo to restart the stalled talks with the M23 insurgents within three days, after military successes left the government in a stronger position.

Full report at:

http://www.trust.org/item/20130906161648-5ts2t/?source=hptop

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Twitter shuts down Somalia's extremists, again

Sep 07 2013

The flagship Twitter account of al-Shabab, Somalia's al-Qaida-linked terror group, was closed Friday for the second time this year, less than 24 hours after a US-based terrorism expert reported violations of Twitter's terms of service.

The closure comes only days after al-Shabab claimed a failed assassination attempt against Somalia's president and tweeted that the next time the president wouldn't be so lucky.

Al-Shabab uses Twitter mainly to make claims of enemy kills and to spread its view of events in Somalia and East Africa. A United Nations report on Somalia released last month said UN experts believe the person running the English-language account is a British member of al-Shabab.

Full report at:

http://www.hindustantimes.com/world-news/africa/Twitter-shuts-down-Somalia-s-extremists-again/Article1-1118403.aspx

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Allied party questions Zidan govt’s performance

7 September 2013

TRIPOLI — The Justice and Construction Party (J&C) has ramped up its campaign against  Prime Minster Ali Zidan accusing him of being responsible for all Libya’s currents woes. It says that it is thinking of pulling its ministers out of the government. It has also called on Congress to “exercise its supervisory role and to take all necessary measures to correct the (country’s) path and bear full responsibility before the Libyan people”. This being taken as a call to Congress to sack the government.

Full report at:

http://www.saudigazette.com.sa/index.cfm?method=home.regcon&contentid=20130907179508

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Arab World

 

The Biggest Myth Of The Syrian War Is That The Rebels Are Dominated By al Qaeda

MICHAEL KELLEY     

7 Sep 2013

One of the biggest arguments against further U.S. support of the Syrian opposition is that "the rebels are terrorists aligned with al Qaeda."

But the notion that the Syrian opposition is dominated by al Qaeda is a myth.

Expert assessments

“They have a presence, and they’ve captured some territory. But [al Qaeda fighters are] in the minority," Major Issam Rayyes, a former Syrian Army communications officer who defected in June 2012 and now serves the Free Syrian Army (FSA), told The Weekly Standard. "Congress is making a mistake in thinking the opposition is al Qaeda.”

Liz O'Bagy, an Institute of The Study of War researcher who made trips to various parts of Syria in the last year, wrote in The Wall Street Journal that "the war in Syria is not being waged entirely, or even predominantly, by dangerous Islamists and al Qaeda die-hards."

O'Bagy's post has been criticized for being biased toward "moderate" rebels — which O'Bagy defines as those who have respected women's and minority rights while calling for a civilian government — nevertheless, jihadist experts agree that the fear of an "al Qaeda takeover" is exaggerated.

Full report at:

http://www.businessinsider.com/syrian-rebels-are-not-al-qaeda-2013-9#ixzz2eCdvQbh2

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Muslims must stay away from sedition, says Makkah imam

7 September 2013

MAKKAH/MADINAH — The Ummah is passing through difficult times and it is for all Muslims to stay away from sedition and all those elements who incite hatred and propagate devilish ideas to confuse them, imam of the Grand Mosque said in his Friday sermon.

Sheikh Salih Al-Talib warned the Muslims to guard against those spreading malicious propaganda on social networks and other media tools. Most of the stories appearing in media these days do not contain a shred of truth, but are mostly based on hearsay, gossip and rumor, he said.

Full report at:

http://www.saudigazette.com.sa/index.cfm?method=home.regcon&contentid=20130907179603

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Iraqi militants threaten to target U.S. interests if Syria is attacked

7 September 2013

Associated Press, Baghdad

Iranian-backed Shiite militias are threatening to retaliate against American interests inside Iraq if the United States goes ahead with strikes against the Tehran-allied government in neighboring Syria, according to Iraqi security officials and militants themselves.

Iraqi officials say they are taking the warnings seriously. The threats, which come as President Barack Obama’s administration and Congress debate possible military action over the Syrian regime’s alleged use of chemical weapons, risk exacerbating an increasingly deteriorating security environment inside Iraq.

Full report at:

http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News/middle-east/2013/09/06/Iraqi-militants-threaten-to-target-U-S-interests-if-Syria-is-attacked.html

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Direct link between Assad and gas attack elusive for U.S.

7 Sep 2013

By Mark Hosenball

WASHINGTON, Sept 6 (Reuters) - With the United States threatening to attack Syria, U.S. and allied intelligence services are still trying to work out who ordered the poison gas attack on rebel-held neighborhoods near Damascus.

No direct link to President Bashar al-Assad or his inner circle has been publicly demonstrated, and some U.S. sources say intelligence experts are not sure whether the Syrian leader knew of the attack before it was launched or was only informed about it afterward.

While U.S. officials say Assad is responsible for the chemical weapons strike even if he did not directly order it, they have not been able to fully describe a chain of command for the Aug. 21 attack in the Ghouta area east of the Syrian capital.

Full report at:

http://www.trust.org/item/20130907021805-lwa9u/?source=hpagehead

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Egypt's Morsi slapped with new charge for 'insulting judges'

Sep 07 2013

Cairo : Egyptian prosecutors today slapped a fresh charge of "insulting the judicial authority" on ousted president Mohammed Morsi. Morsi's detention was extended by four more days pending investigation of the new charge.

"The investigative prosecutors accused Mohamed Morsi of insulting the judiciary by accusing 22 judges of forging parliamentary elections in 2005," official media reported.

In 2005, Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood was a banned organisation but was allowed to field independent candidates for polls under then president Hosni Mubarak, who was toppled in 2011 following the Arab Spring uprising.

Full report at:

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/egypt-s-morsi-slapped-with-new-charge-for--insulting-judges-/1165984/

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16 killed in Damascus shelling, say Syria activists

Sep 07 2013

Heavy government shelling of rebel positions near the Syrian capital killed 16 people on Saturday, activists said, as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry lobbied European allies to back Washington’s proposed military action against the Bashar Assad regime.

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the mortar and artillery fire on the Moldokhiya agricultural area south of Damascus killed 14 rebels. Two civilians, including a child, also died in the shelling, it added.

Full report at:

http://www.thehindu.com/news/international/world/16-killed-in-damascus-shelling-say-syria-activists/article5104123.ece

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Egypt army attacks Sinai militants

07 SEPTEMBER 2013

The Egyptian army has launched a major offensive against militants in Sinai.

Eyewitnesses told the BBC that tanks, armoured vehicles and troops - backed by Apache helicopters - had attacked the militants in towns along the border with the Gaza Strip.

The operation is said to be the biggest of its kind in recent years in Sinai.

Meanwhile Egyptian soldiers have discovered mortars and other explosives on a railway line near the Suez Canal, the state news agency reports.

Full report at:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-24001833

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Islamist radical rebels say they killed Syria's Hama governor

 7 Sep 2013

DUBAI, Sept 7 (Reuters) - The Islamist militant group the Nusra Front has claimed responsibility for the assassination of the governor of Syria's Hama province last month, according to the U.S.-based SITE intelligence monitoring group.

The Nusra Front, a Sunni Muslim group linked to al Qaeda, has emerged as one of the most effective organisations fighting to topple Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

Syrian state television last month reported that "terrorists" had assassinated Dr. Anas Abdul Razak, the governor of Hama, with a car bomb.

Full report at:

http://www.trust.org/item/20130907074320-c43f8/?source=hpbreaking

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Two dead as Morsi supporters hold new rallies in Egypt

2013-09-07

CAIRO: Two people were killed Friday when clashes broke out between supporters and opponents of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi as thousands demonstrated despite a sustained government crackdown on Islamists.

The main rallies took place in the capital Cairo, while other protests broke out elsewhere in the country including in second city Alexandria and the Nile Delta province city of Damietta.

One person was killed in Alexandria and another in Damietta province when clashes there erupted between protesters and supporters of Morsi, medics said.

Full report at:

http://www.dawn.com/news/1041187/two-dead-as-morsi-supporters-hold-new-rallies-in-egypt

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15-yr prison for Saudi found guilty of sedition

7 September 2013

RIYADH — The Special Criminal Court here sentenced a Saudi man to 15-year jail after finding him guilty of sedition.

The Saudi also faces a 15-year travel ban after he completes his prison term. The court convicted him of calling people to topple the country's rulers.

The Saudi was also convicted of producing video clips encouraging people to demonstrate against the government. The video clips which were posted on the Internet asked the people to stage a sit-in for the “youth of March 4” demonstration in Al-Rajhi Mosque courtyard in eastern Riyadh.

Full report at:

http://www.saudigazette.com.sa/index.cfm?method=home.regcon&contentid=20130907179606

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FSA chief: ‘Indicators’ show Congress would vote against Syria strike

7 September 2013

Head of Syria’s rebel Free Syrian Army said on Friday there are indicators that the U.S. Congress would vote against a possible military action targeting the Syrian regime.

FSA Gen. Salim Idriss appealed in an interview with Al Arabiya for the U.S. Congress to authorize a military strike against the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.

Gen. Idriss said a refusal by Congress means that Syrian people will be left alone to face Assad.

Full report at:

http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News/middle-east/2013/09/07/FSA-chief-urges-U-S-congress-to-OK-Syria-strikes-.html

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Reports of missing objects from Cairo's Museum of Islamic Art

7 September 2013      

Within Egypt’s archaeological community, reports are circulating about objects missing from the collections of the Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo.

Some reports suggest that during an inventory at the museum, curators found that seven bronze artefacts were missing. The missing objects are said to be two statues, an incense burner, a key inlaid with silver decoration, a pot, a jewellery box and an astrolabe.

A curator who asked to be anonymous said that the objects may have gone missing during the museum renovation four years ago and may be hidden in storage.

Full report at:

http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/9/44/80961/Heritage/Museums/Reports-of-missing-objects-from-Cairos-Museum-of-I.aspx

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Pakistan

 

Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamat stopped from holding conference

 September 6, 2013

LAHORE: Thousands of Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamat (ASWJ) workers on Friday joined a procession at the Lower Mall and held a conference on the road after several activists were arrested from Nasser Bagh, the scheduled venue for the conference.

Most of the ASWJ leaders and workers had been members of the Sipah-i-Sahaba Pakistan until it was banned. The party had scheduled a Difa-i-Sahaba and Difa-i-Pakistan Conference at Nasser Bagh on Friday at 11am. However, a police contingent had been deployed outside the venue to stop them from entering.

The police had arrested nearly 200 activists at Istanbul Chowk by 2pm. Policemen in civilian clothes and uniforms stopped many bearded men and asked them if they were ASWJ members.

Full report at:

http://tribune.com.pk/story/600803/hate-speech-aswj-stopped-from-holding-conference-at-nasser-bagh/

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Unidentified gunmen kill 7 Shia Muslims in Pak's Punjab

PTI | Sep 7, 2013,

LAHORE: Seven minority Shia Muslims, including a prominent community leader, have been shot dead by four unidentified men in Pakistan's Punjab province.

Four armed men on two motorcycles reached the house of Shia leader Syed Fazilat Shah alias Phool Shah at Jasoki village in Gujrat district of Punjab on Friday, according to eyewitnesses.

Shah was sitting with his family members and followers when the assailants opened indiscriminate fire on them, killing him, his son, son-in-law, two grandsons and two of his followers on the spot, they said.

Full report at:

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/pakistan/Unidentified-gunmen-kill-7-Shia-Muslims-in-Paks-Punjab/articleshow/22388789.cms

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Alliance of non-Pukhtun leaders under fire for widening ethnic divide

September 6, 2013

ISLAMABAD: Election fever has gripped Afghanistan ahead of the presidential elections scheduled to be held in a few months. In preparation of this, three new alliances have taken form within just two weeks.

More than a dozen senior non-Pukhtun leaders, mostly from the Northern Alliance, forged a major coalition last week. However, it has faced immense criticism for widening the ethnic divide as it involves no Pukhtun leader.

Full report at:

http://tribune.com.pk/story/600911/alliance-of-non-pukhtun-leaders-under-fire-for-widening-ethnic-divide/

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PTI submits resolution on Hazara province

Sep 07 2013

PESHAWAR: Three lawmakers of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf submitted a resolution with the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly Secretariat here on Friday, asking the federal government to create Hazara province by making relevant amendment to the Constitution.

MPAs from Abbottabad district, including the chief minister’s special assistant Mushtaq Ahmad Ghani, advisor Qalandar Khan Lodhi and parliamentary secretary Sardar Mohammad Idrees, submitted their joint resolution, which is expected to be tabled in the coming session of the assembly. Governor Engineer Shaukatullah on Friday summoned the assembly session on Tuesday next.

Full report at:

http://www.dawn.com/news/1041178/pti-submits-resolution-on-hazara-province

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Six killed in militant attack on Kohat Road, Peshawar

 September 7, 2013

PESHAWAR: At least six people were killed and one was injured when militants ambushed a passenger coach and other vehicles on Kohat Road Friday night.

Taliban militants ambushed the passenger coach which has killed six passengers and injured one more, confirmed additional SHO Mattani Gohar Khan while talking to The Express Tribune.

Full report at:

http://tribune.com.pk/story/601095/terror-hit-six-killed-in-militant-attack-on-kohat-road/

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Firing leaves at least eight dead in Peshawar

ZAHIR SHAH SHERAZI

2013-09-07

PESHAWAR: At least eight unidentified people were killed late Friday night when unknown gunmen attacked their vehicles in Peshawar, the capital of troubled Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province bordering Afghanistan, said a police official.

SHO Badaber Police Station, Abidur Rehman told Dawn.com the incident took place near Gulzar Chowk in Peshawar’s Matni area – a buffer zone between provincial capital and lawless tribal region of Dara Adamkhel.

Full report at:

http://www.dawn.com/news/1041006/firing-leaves-at-least-eight-dead-in-peshawar

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Pakistan releases seven Afghan Taliban fighters

7 Sep 2013

By Maria Golovnina and Dylan Welch

ISLAMABAD/KABUL, Sept 7 (Reuters) - Pakistan freed a group of Afghan Taliban on Saturday in an attempt to improve its troubled relations with the South Asian neighbour, but risked angering Afghanistan by not handing them over directly to the Kabul authorities.

The announcement followed last month's trip by Afghan President Hamid Karzai to Pakistan, where he sought the handover of some Afghan insurgents as part of the stalled peace process.

Both Karzai and the United States want Pakistan to hand the insurgents directly to the Afghan authorities, but on Saturday, a group of seven Taliban was simply allowed to walk out of their cells into Pakistan.

Full report at:

http://www.trust.org/item/20130907063917-7xs58/?source=hptop

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Mufti required in huge money scam arrested

Sep 07 2013

ISLAMABAD: The special team of NAB (Rawalpindi) headed by Director General Col (retd) Subah Sadiq Malik arrested Mufti Ihsan ul Haq, Chief Exective M/S Fiazi group of industries Pvt Ltd, involved in a huge money scam. Mufti Ihsan Ul haq was required in Modaraba (Islamic investment system) scam as he formulated a company and lured innocent people by enhancing rates of interest for which he was not authorised. During the investigation it was revealed that apparently thousands of people have been defrauded by the accused and his accomplices.

Full report at:

http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=2013\09\07\story_7-9-2013_pg7_19

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MFN status will be given to India: Pakistan

PTI | Sep 7, 2013

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has assured the International Monetary Fund (IMF) of granting the most-favoured nation (MFN) status to India.

In a written assurance to the IMF, Pakistan said it was moving forward with eliminating the negative list on trade with India as part of its overall trade policy.

"We are moving forward with eliminating the negative list on trade with India and extending India most-favoured nation status, and shifting to 'sensitive list' under Safta (South Asia Free Trade Arrangement) regime to facilitate increased regional trade," Dawn newspaper on Saturday quoted finance minister Ishaq Dar as saying.

Full report at:

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/MFN-status-will-be-given-to-India-Pakistan/articleshow/22393660.cms

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India

 

India May See Another '26/11-Like' Attack: Saeed

September 07, 2013

Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) founder Hafiz Saeed has said he will continue his jihad against India until Kashmir is completely in Pakistan's grasp.

Stating that India is at risk of facing a strike like that of November 2008's Mumbai terror strike, Saeed told his supporters at a rally in Islamabad on Friday to mark Pakistan's Defence Day by denouncing India as a terrorist state.

The Daily Times said that over 10,000 people gathered to support Saeed and called for a 'holy war' against arch rival India.

Saeed's supporters were left further agitated when told that the United States and India are angry with Pakistan, which he interpreted to mean that God is happy with them.

Full report at:

http://www.hindustantimes.com/world-news/pakistan/India-may-see-another-26-11-like-attack-Saeed/Article1-1118721.aspx

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Indian Muslims not fighting in Syria, says group

Sep 07 2013

An umbrella body of Indian Muslim groups has challenged the Syrian ambassador's claim that Indian Muslims were fighting along with rebel forces in his country.

The All India Muslim Majlis-e Mushawarat (AIMMM) said the Indian government should ask the diplomat to provide proof to back his reported claim.

AIMMM president Zafarul-Islam Khan said the ambassador had given a lame excuse that proof could not be presented to the Indian government because no senior Indian official had visited Syria recently.

Full report at:

http://www.hindustantimes.com/India-news/newdelhi/Indian-Muslims-not-fighting-in-Syria-says-group/Article1-1118430.aspx

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Srinagar turns fortress ahead of Zubin Mehta's concert

PTI | Sep 7, 2013

SRINAGAR:

Stringent security arrangements were in place on Saturday across the city to ensure smooth conduct of the music concert featuring world renowned orchestra conductor Zubin Mehta.

All the vehicles entering the commercial hub of Lal Chowk and surrounding areas are being frisked in view of the musical event 'Ehsaas-e-Kashmir' in Shalimar Garden on the banks of Dal Lake later in the evening.

Full report at:

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Three-killed-in-militant-attack-on-CRPF-camp-in-Kashmir-Srinagar-turns-fortress-ahead-of-Zubin-Mehtas-concert/articleshow/22392358.cms

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PM Manmohan Singh leaves for India after G20 Summit

IANS | Sep 7, 2013

ST PETERSBURG: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday left for India after attending the G20 Summit where he said the movement of labour should be free across nations without restrictions as it can otherwise stifle growth.

"International labour mobility in high end skills has become an important aspect of global integration across countries," the Prime Minister said on Friday.

Full report at:

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/PM-Manmohan-Singh-leaves-for-India-after-G20-Summit/articleshow/22390371.cms

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Zubin's show reminds Kashmiris of 1955 Jashn-e-Kashmir festival

M Saleem Pandit, TNN | Sep 7, 2013

SRINAGAR: As preparations for music conductor Zubin Mehta's Ehsaas-e-Kashmir reach a crescendo, the older generations recall the last time Srinagar witnessed such a cultural feast. The year was 1955, just two years after Stalin's death, with Nikita Khrushchev and Nikolai Bulganin arriving in Jammu & Kashmir to send out a political message: USSR was with India on Kashmir.

Full report at:

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Zubins-show-reminds-Kashmiris-of-1955-Jashn-e-Kashmir-festival/articleshow/22385424.cms

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8 held in Fatehgarh Sahib for planning 'terror attacks'

Amaninder Pal Sharma, TNN | Sep 7, 2013

PATIALA: Fatehgarh Sahib police on Friday claimed to have busted a "terror gang of young boys" with the arrest of eight persons, who were allegedly planning to execute terrorist acts in Punjab with the financial help provided to them by their two associates based in United Arab Emirates (UAE) and New Zealand.

Police claimed that the gang, whose 13 members have been identified, had conspired to assassinate an office-bearer of Shiv Sena (Bal Thackeray) in Gurdaspur. Claiming that the evidence with them suggested that the gang was "self-styled", Fatehgarh Sahib senior superintendent of police (SSP) G S Chauhan said the gang was in an advanced stage of preparedness to execute their design.

Full report at:

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/8-held-in-Fatehgarh-Sahib-for-planning-terror-attacks/articleshow/22384538.cms

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Lok Sabha passes Bill on Waqf properties

Sep 07 2013

New Delhi : As the amendment Bill to address the loopholes in the management of Waqf properties was passed in the Lok Sabha Thursday, political parties used it as an opportunity to proclaim their affection for Muslims by trying to outdo each other by stating what they had done for the minorities.

The BJP used the occasion to criticise the ruling Congress for failing to address the backwardness of the Muslim community even after decades of being in power.

Full report at:

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/lok-sabha-passes-bill-on-waqf-properties/1165302/

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Kerala teacher Abdul Malik swims to school to save time

Sep 07 2013

Thiruvananthapuram : To cut the 12-km road journey, a lower primary teacher in Malappuram has been swimming from his home to the school for 20 years.

Abdul Malik, a mathematics teacher at Muslim Lower Primary School at Padinjattumuri in Malappuram, swims even if the river is swollen. Malik joined the school in 1992.

Full report at:

.com/news/kerala-teacher-swims-to-school-to-save-time/1165299/

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Europe

 

East London mosque awaits EDL march with fear and frustration

7 Sep 2013

Among staff at the East London mosque, the sense of anger at plans by the English Defence League to demonstrate nearby on Saturday is amplified by their belief that there are more constructive things they could be doing with their time than planning how to respond to the far-right group.

On Friday, one member of staff could be seen methodically sticking transfers on to fluorescent vests for the 500 stewards being deployed by the mosque to try to maintain order, while others were finalising security arrangements.

The far-right group's latest attempt to march into Tower Hamlets has been banned from entering the heart of the borough, where the mosque is, but it will still pass too close for comfort.

Full report at:

http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2013/sep/06/east-london-mosque-edl-march

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Russia to keep helping Syria even if it's attacked

Sep 07 2013

ST. PETERSBURG, Russia: Russian President Vladimir Putin says his country will continue helping Syria even if it comes under attack.

Putin, speaking at Friday's briefing after the Group of 20 summit, answered with a firm "we will" when asked if Russia will keep providing assistance to Syria if it's attacked.

He added that Russia has been supplying weapons to Syria and maintaining economic cooperation.

Full report at:

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/europe/Russia-to-keep-helping-Syria-even-if-its-attacked/articleshow/22374968.cms

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Netherlands liable for Muslim deaths at Srebrenica: court

Agence France-Presse

7 Sep 2013

THE HAGUE // The Dutch state is liable for the deaths of three Bosnian Muslims who were expelled from a UN compound at Srebrenica in 1995 and subsequently murdered, the supreme court ruled yesterday.

"The appeals court decision is upheld," Judge Floris Bakels said, ruling that it would be "unacceptable" for countries not to be able to judge their peacekeeping troops.

Relatives of the victims broke down in tears and hugged each other and their lawyers after the verdict.

Full report at:

http://www.thenational.ae/news/world/netherlands-liable-for-muslim-deaths-at-srebrenica-court#ixzz2eCr3R7Vf

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U.S. says attack on Syria aims to kill Assad's 'way to victory'

7 September 2013

The anticipated U.S. military strike on Syria and an increase of support for the armed opposition would aim to stop a campaign by President Bashar al-Assad’s regime allies “to kill their way to victory,” a senior U.S. official said Friday.

“This operation combined with ongoing efforts to upgrade the military capabilities of the moderate opposition should reduce the regime’s faith that they can kill their way to victory,” U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power said, according to AFP.

Full report at:

http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News/middle-east/2013/09/06/U-S-says-attack-on-Syria-aims-to-kill-Assad-s-way-to-victory.html

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All information on Syria gas attack points to Assad: EU

AP | Sep 7, 2013

VILNIUS, Lithuania: Officials say the European Union has agreed that the Aug. 21 chemical attack outside Damascus appears to have been the work of Syria's regime, but that any potential military attack against it should wait for the UN inspectors' report.

EU high representative Catherine Ashton and French foreign minister Laurent Fabius told reporters that Saturday after a meeting by the bloc's foreign ministers in Lithuania.

Full report at:

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/europe/All-information-on-Syria-gas-attack-points-to-Assad-EU/articleshow/22396440.cms

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EU panel backs visa-free travel for UAE nationals

Sep 07 2013

BRUSSELS: The European Union Parliament's committee on civil liberties, justice and home affairs on Thursday adopted a report recommending that visa requirements to enter the EU for UAE nationals be waived.

Mariya Gabriel, the author of the report, told a meeting of the panel on Thursday that the UAE is interested in strengthening ties with Europe.

Full report at:

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/europe/EU-panel-backs-visa-free-travel-for-UAE-nationals/articleshow/22374388.cms

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Sharp rise in British drone use in Afghanistan

 September 6, 2013

 LONDON: The British military fired nearly seven times as many missiles from unmanned drones in Afghanistan last year as it did five years earlier, according to official data released on Friday.

In 2012 British drones flew 892 missions over Afghanistan – firing missiles on 92 occasions – more than 10 percent of all sorties, junior defence minister Andrew Robathan said in a written statement to parliament.

Full report at:

http://tribune.com.pk/story/600816/sharp-rise-in-british-drone-use-in-afghanistan/

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North America

 

Obama tells nation that Syria is 'not another Iraq or Afghanistan'

By Roberta Rampton

 Sep 7, 2013

(Reuters) - President Barack Obama told his war-weary country on Saturday that America needs to use limited military force in Syria to deter future chemical weapons attacks, but said he did not want to enter into another costly and protracted war.

"This would not be another Iraq or Afghanistan," Obama said in his weekly radio and internet address, previewing arguments he will make in a nationally televised address on Tuesday.

"Any action we take would be limited, both in time and scope - designed to deter the Syrian government from gassing its own people again and degrade its ability to do so," Obama said.

A week ago, Obama said he felt limited strikes in Syria were needed, but added he wanted to ask Congress to authorize the use of military force.

Full report at:

http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/09/07/us-syria-crisis-obama-idUSBRE98608T20130907

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U.S. resumes aid to Mali after new president takes office

 6 Sep 2013

WASHINGTON, Sept 6 (Reuters) - The United States on Friday lifted aid restrictions to Mali after the West African nation's democratically elected government formally took office.

U.S. assistance was suspended after a military junta toppled the Malian government in March 2012 and al Qaeda-linked militants seized northern cities.

Full report at:

http://www.trust.org/item/20130906233127-t3blb/?source=hpeditorial

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Kerry seeks EU support on Syria after G20 split

September 7, 2013

VILNIUS: US Secretary of State John Kerry was to meet EU ministers Saturday to rally support for military strikes against Syria, after a G20 summit failed to resolve bitter international divisions on the issue.

Kerry will press the case for punitive action against Syria after what the United States says was a chemical weapons attack by the regime of President Bashar al Assad near Damascus.

On Friday, US President Barack Obama and Russian leader Vladimir Putin failed to bridge their differences at the summit of top global powers in Saint Petersburg.

Full report at:

http://tribune.com.pk/story/601153/kerry-seeks-eu-support-on-syria-after-g20-split/

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Barack Obama says US can't turn 'blind eye' to Syria

AFP | Sep 7, 2013

WASHINGTON: Inaction is not an option for the United States in Syria after a horrendous chemical attack, President Barack Obama said on Saturday as he urged holdout lawmakers to back a military strike.

"We cannot turn a blind eye to images like the ones we've seen out of Syria," Obama said in his weekly address.

"That's why I call on members of Congress, from both parties, to come together and stand up for the kind of world we want to live in; the kind of world we want to leave our children and future generations."

Full report at:

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/us/Barack-Obama-says-US-cant-turn-blind-eye-to-Syria/articleshow/22394939.cms

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South Asia

 

Seven Taliban fighters, two children killed in Afghan violence

Sep 07 2013

Seven Taliban fighters and two children were killed in three separate incidents in the southern Afghan province of Kandahar, officials said on Saturday.

Six Taliban insurgents, part of a bomb-making squad, were killed while setting up a roadside bomb in Arghistaan district of Kandahar, the Governor’s office said in a statement.

A lone Taliban member was also killed when roadside bomb he was planting in neighbouring Panjwai district exploded, the statement said.

Full report at:

http://www.thehindu.com/news/international/south-asia/seven-taliban-fighters-two-children-killed-in-afghan-violence/article5104062.ece

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Jamaat-e-Islami leader indicted in Bangladesh over 1971 war crimes

 Sep 06 2013

Dhaka : Fundamentalist Jamaat-e-Islami leader and media doyen Mir Quasem Ali was Thursday indicted by a special Bangladeshi tribunal on charges of “crimes against humanity” committed during the 1971 liberation war.

“The hearing will begin on September 30,” chairman of the International Crimes Tribunal-1 Justice A T M Fazle Kabir said while indicting Ali on 14 specific charges, including mass murders, abductions, torture and massacre.

Full report at:

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/jamaateislami-leader-indicted-in-bangladesh-over-1971-war-crimes/1165460/

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Voters in Maldives elect leader after protests and violence

7 Sep 2013

By J.J. Robinson

MALE, Sept 7 (Reuters) - Voters in the Maldives thronged polling stations on Saturday to chose a new leader 20 months after their first democratically elected president was ousted, causing months of sporadic violence and uncertainty.

Mohamed Nasheed, forced from power in February 2012 in what his supporters say was a coup, hopes to return to office and end a period of unrest that has tarnished the Indian Ocean archipelago's image as a tropical holiday paradise.

"Voting today is significant because we are going to establish a legitimate government," he said after waiting 15 minutes to cast his ballot in the city centre, near police headquarters.

Full report at:

http://www.trust.org/item/20130907093427-4dvcf/?source=hpbreaking

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Indian verdict disrespect to int’l law: Bangladesh NHRC

Sep 07 2013

Reacting strongly to an Indian court verdict acquitting the lone accused in Bangladeshi girl Felani Khatun murder, chairman of the National Human Rights Commission has said the judgement is disrespect to the international law.

“It has not only cheated Felani’s soul or her family out of justice, but also the whole nation,” NHRC chairman Mizanur Rahman said while commenting on Friday’s Indian verdict on the sensational killing.

Full report at:

http://www.thedailystar.net/beta2/news/indian-hr-body-to-be-urged-to-challenge-verdict-nhrc/

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Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami leaders’ sons start polls campaign

Manik Miazee

Sep 07 2013

Sons of war crimes accused Jamaat-e-Islami leaders have started election campaigns in their respective constituencies.

A section of Jamaat leaders said if Jamaat leaders indicted for 1971 war crimes cannot contest in the national polls their sons will replace them and join the election race independently.

As a part of the campaign they are putting up poster and distributing leaflets in their constituencies.

Full report at:

http://www.dhakatribune.com/politics/2013/sep/07/jamaat-leaders%E2%80%99-sons-start-polls-campaign

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Sri Lanka Muslim leader warns against extremism claims

7 September 2013

COLOMBO — Sri Lanka’s main Muslim political leader, who is also the justice minister, criticized his own government Friday for blaming religious tensions in the mainly Buddhist nation on Islamic fundamentalism.

Rauf Hakeem said he had been “disturbed” by recent comments from the country’s defense minister, Gotabhaya Rajapakse which warned of efforts to “promote Muslim extremism” in Sri Lanka.

Full report at:

http://www.saudigazette.com.sa/index.cfm?method=home.regcon&contentid=20130907179582

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Southeast Asia

 

Church leaders RUBBISH claims of Christian conspiracy to convert Muslims

Sep 7, 2013

KUALA LUMPUR, — Church leaders here were forced again to deny claims that the fight by Christians to use the word “Allah” is part of a covert strategy to convert Muslims here, an accusation that has intensified ahead of next Tuesday’s Court of Appeal hearing.

Catholic priest Father Lawrence Andrew rejected the idea of a Christian conspiracy to convert non-Christians, even reminding that many prominent leaders in the country had gone through the Catholic schools system without switching their religion.

Full report at:

http://www.malaysia-chronicle.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=157642:church-leaders-rubbish-claims-of-christian-conspiracy-to-convert-muslims&Itemid=2#ixzz2eDdUQ3XL

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‘Do the right thing’ when questioning minors, Malaysian Bar Council tells cops

Sep 7, 2013

Questioning a child in a police investigation is not a "mechanical exercise" but requires tact and the knowledge that the minor understands the reason for the interview,  said the Bar Council.

Stepping into the SK Seri Pristana issue where police had questioned several pupils, Bar Council chairman Christopher Leong (pic) pointed out that although there was nothing in the law to suggest that police cannot question a minor, police still had an obligation to "do the right thing".

Full report at:

http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/do-the-right-thing-when-questioning-minors-bar-council-tells-cops

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Indonesia given duty relief on 313 items by Paksitan

MUBARAK ZEB KHAN

2013-09-07

ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has reduced customs duties on the import of 313 items from Indonesia under the preferential trade agreement (PTA).

In absolute terms, Pakistan exempted the whole of customs duties on the import of 82 tradable items from Indonesia as part of the treaty.

The reduction will be applied retrospectively from Sept 1, 2013.

Both countries held the first round of meeting in Islamabad on PTA in August 2003, but failed to conclude it over differences on reduction in duties on palm oil and kinno (oranges) over the last 10 years.

Full report at:

http://www.dawn.com/news/1041055/indonesia-given-duty-relief-on-313-items

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Muslims lag behind other races in being "honest, ethical and upstanding" - PAS deputy president

Sep 7, 2013

Muslims must return to their roots and learn to embrace ethics and integrity as many sorely lack these two qualities in modern times, says PAS deputy president Mohamad Sabu.

He said Muslims had been left behind by other races in terms of being "honest, ethical and upstanding" as Malaysia moved towards achieving developed nation status by 2020.

"I am not pointing the finger at any political party. It is a general view which I have observed with the passing of time," he said during a forum at Taylor's University today.

The forum, entitled Strengthening Political Integrity, was held at the university in Subang Jaya and organised by the Malaysian Integrity Institute.

Full report at:

http://www.malaysia-chronicle.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=157711:muslims-lag-behind-other-races-in-being-honest-ethical-and-upstanding-mat-sabu&Itemid=2#ixzz2eDdOe92C

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Mideast

 

Israel police arrest 15 Palestinians

Sep 07 2013

JERUSALEM: Israeli police fired stun grenades at stone-throwing Palestinian protesters after Friday prayers in Jerusalem’s Old City, arresting 15 of them, police said.

“Several hundred Palestinian youths demonstrated after Friday prayers in the Al-Aqsa compound, and threw stones at Israeli security forces,” spokeswoman Luba Samri said. “The police stormed the compound and dispersed the stone-throwers using stun grenades. “One policeman was injured and 15 of the protesters were arrested,” she told AFP. Police then successfully evacuated the compound, Samri added.

Full report at:

http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=2013\09\07\story_7-9-2013_pg4_3

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US intercepts Iranian order for attack on US interests in Iraq: Report

Sep 07 2013

Washington : The United States has intercepted an order from an Iranian official instructing militants in Iraq to attack US interests in Baghdad in the event the Obama administration launches a military strike in Syria, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.

The American embassy in Baghdad was a likely target, according to unnamed US officials quoted by the newspaper. The Journal said the officials did not describe the range of potential targets indicated by the intelligence.

Full report at:

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/us-intercepts-iranian-order-for-attack-on-us-interests-in-iraq-report/1165491/

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Palestinians Launch Six New Radio Stations

By: Daoud Kuttab

7 Sep 2013

In the early years of the Palestinian Authority (PA), one of its biggest goals was to establish sovereignty over Palestinian land. This included what is below the ground as well as the skies above. While the fight over land has been the biggest challenge, Palestinians have been successful in capturing the skies by launching tens of local radio and TV stations, which reserved available frequencies and prevented the Israelis from occupying them as well. This week, six new online radio stations were launched by the Bethlehem-based Palestine News Network.

Full report at:

http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2013/09/palestinians-radio-stations-media.html#ixzz2eCqt4riw

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Syria, Egypt turmoil nudges Israel and Palestinians toward peace

By REUTERS

09/07/2013

VILNIUS- Turmoil in Syria and Egypt is nudging Israelis and Palestinians toward peace, a US official said on Friday as Secretary of State John Kerry flew to Europe for talks about that conflict and a possible US strike on Syrian targets.

While the chief US diplomat's three-day trip was originally designed to focus on Israeli-Palestinian peace talks and will include a lengthy meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in London on Sunday, Syria is sure to consume many of his conversations with European and Arab diplomats.

Full report at:

http://www.jpost.com/Middle-East/Syria-Egypt-turmoil-nudges-Israel-and-Palestinians-toward-peace-325438

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