Militant groups in Syria opened fire onto Al-Manar crew in the town of Maaloula in Qalamoun, leaving three martyrs: reporter Hamza Hajj Hasan, technician Halim Allaw and photographer Mohammad Mantash. The crew was broadcasting the Syria army’s operations in Maaloula when the terrorists targeted their Press vehicles. Al-Manar TV announced the martyrdom of the colleagues and offered condolences to their parents On the other hand, Mufti of Syria, Ahmad Badr al-Din Hassoun said that Al-Manar TV is the beacon of truth since the day it started until today. He said during a memorial ceremony that he was invited to by the Syrian Ministry of Media that al Manar crew went to convey the image of Maloula that speaks the language of Christ, because they are the owners of a message. Read More »
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Pentagon: Russian bomber flies 12 times near an American destroyer The Pentagon issued a report on , April 14 Monday confirming that the Russian bomber “Su -24″ flew on Saturday near the destroyer “Donald Cook” of the U.S. Naval Forces in the Black Sea. According to the words of the Pentagon the spokesman Stephen Warren, the Russian bombers flew 12 times near the USS at low altitude. He described the actions provocative maneuvers. Warren pointed out that the destroyer was patrolling west of the Black Sea. According to his words, the ship is now located in the port of Romania. And some rumors that have been lately spread around in some pages and websites related to RT have said that the 27 crewmen who work in the ship have issued there retirement,after all rumors are just rumors. Read More »
Conflict in South Sudan have been able to increase the risk the risk of famine that will kill up to 50,000 children within months if immediate action is not taken, the UN warned on Friday. Since 2011 and since the independence of south Africa and the ethnic conflict that broke out between troops loyal to President Salva Kiir and supporters of his former deputy Riek Machar the numbers of malnutrition ed children and increase of poverty and corruption have overwhelmed and increased significantly. “Now the ongoing conflict has pushed them to the edge — unless treatment is scaled up immediately, up to 50,000 children under the age of five are likely to die,” the agency said. It estimates that 3.7 million people are at risk of “food insecurity.” “Sadly, worse is yet to come. If conflict continues, and farmers miss the planting season, we will see child malnutrition on a scale never before experienced here,” said Jonathan Veitch, UNICEF representative in South Sudan. “If we cannot get more funds and better access to reach malnourished children in South Sudan, tens of thousands of under-fives will die.” UNICEF’s immediate goal is to treat 150,000 severely malnourished children under five with food supplements, vitamins and water purification tablets, and to help pregnant or nursing women. To do so, it needs $38 million but has so far raised only $4.6 million. More than 900,000 have been afffected and the numbers are increasing and the greed of the fighters have made them loot the World ... Read More »
History repeats its self in a funny was with more shoes It was just in December 2008 did an Iraqi journalist throw his shoes on George W. Bush at a press conference in Baghdad. Muntazer al-Zaidi was sentenced to three years in prison for assaulting a head of state. That was reduced to one year on appeal, and his sentence was cut further for good behavior. In February 2009 a German research student threw a shoe at Chinese premier Wen Jiabao during a speech at Cambridge University. Martin Jahnke, 27, was cleared of committing a public order offense. But now a new shoe thrower entered history when A woman rushed past security and threw a shoe at Hillary Clinton in Las Vegas on Thursday, but it missed and the former US secretary of state laughed off the incident. The woman launched the projectile at the former First Lady as she was addressing a meeting of the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI). “What was that, a bat?… Is that somebody throwing something at me?” Clinton said at the event at the Mandalay Bay hotel/casino, according to video footage by the local KTNV station. Meanwhile the blond women was arrested then escorted out of the hall according to Las Vegas Review-Journal. However a spokesman for the organizers said the woman was not accredited for the meeting. Read More »
Security experts have warned that foreign militants returning from Syria are a threat to Britain and other Western countries. Experts in foreign affairs stressed and cautioned the west that the fighting militants in Syria from European countries especially from the UK and other countries represent a great threat to their countries instability. The report added that the foreign militants in Syria are gaining “combat experience and forging connections with extremists” and as a result, they could “return radicalized” and “seek to carry out attacks against the West.” Last week, the EU counter-terrorism coordinator, Gilles de Kerchove, called for coordinated action by European countries to prevent possible attacks in the future. He warned that the threat posed by militants returning from Syria is “unprecedented,” adding, “National budgets devoted to counter-terrorism are declining across the EU. Yet the threat that we face is becoming more diverse, more diffuse, and more unpredictable.” The report added that over 100,000 militants are in syria fighting from foreign countries separated and organized into 1000 groups operating all together against the Syrian government. Syria have been under attack by isreal nato backed jihadist since March 2011 Read More »
The Euphrates river after the terrorists cut off the water supply Millions of life in Iraq are endangered due to the shortage of water supply to south and east of Iraq Read More »