Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Wednesday rejected the Kurdish actions of claiming Kirkuk their own and that the negations ended. “No one has the right to exploit the events that took place to impose a fait accompli, as happened in some of the actions of the Kurdistan region. This is rejected,” Maliki said in televised remarks. He was responding to remarks by regional president Masoud Barzani last week that there was no going back on Kurdish rule in the oil-rich northern city of Kirkuk and other towns now defended by Kurdish fighters against terrorist militants. Barzani later told the BBC in an interview that Iraq’s Kurds will state their independence within months, stating that it was the right to to do so. During his weekly televised address, Maliki offered an amnesty to some backers of a sweeping militant offensive, in an apparent attempt to undercut support for the insurgents. “I announce the provision of an amnesty for all tribes and all people who were involved in actions against the state” but who now “return to their senses”, excluding those involved in killings. However he expressed his deep wished to form a new government in the shortest time. “A state of weakness occurred but God willing in the next session (planned for next Tuesday) we will overcome it with cooperation and agreement and openness …in choosing the individuals and the mechanisms that will result in a political process based on…democratic mechanisms,” said Maliki. The new parliament adjourned Tuesday, with plans ... Read More »
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The author found some difficulties in finding a proper title for this post, which is based on a TV interview with the founder of Jihadist movement in Egypt and a former top Al-Qaeda commander. Each line of the interview is a title by itself, each piece of information is more than enough to put tens of western officials and their regional stooges behind bars for long times, those who are acting as the Humanitarian Bastards crying for the suffering of the innocent they only inflicted their suffering. Finally, I decided to post the text of the interview as it is without my usual adding in, noting how the western citizens are played by their own governments, so I’ll leave you with the interview conducted by pan Arab Al-Maydeen TV with Sheikh Nabeel Naiem, who was introduced by the TV presenter as: ‘the former founder of Jihad Organization & expert in Islamist groups’, enjoy: The interview text: - With us here in the studio Sheikh Nabeel Naim former founder of Jihad Organization & expert in Islamist groups, welcome.. Noting that you were in Afghanistan with Osama Bin Laden & Dr. Ayman Zawahri, in accommodation and also in prison with Dr. Ayman Zawahri, can we say now you retired from Al-Qaeda? Nabeel Naiem: Not really, they are the ones who deviated, we went there to fight the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, and there was almost a unanimous agreement among Islamic clerics that time on that (Jihad against Soviets), and after that they deviated and turned their ... Read More »
The attacks come after several days ago a militant group warned that it had planted explosives near the presidential palace in the capital. According to the Egyptian Interior Ministry, a colonel was killed and several policemen injured on Monday when a bomb they were trying to defuse exploded. Later as policemen cordoned off the area and tried to defuse another explosive, it went off killing a lieutenant colonel. Several officers were also wounded in the incident. It was not clear whether President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi was in the Ittihadiya Palace when the explosions took place. On Wednesday, five small bombs exploded in the Cairo metro stations, injuring five people, while two people were killed when two bombs went off on Saturday in a telecommunication tower. Egypt has been struck by a wave of violence since the ouster of Mohammad Morsi, in July 2013 in a military coup led by Sisi, the then commander-in-chief of the Egyptian army. Read More »
Israeli occupation forces operating in the West Bank distributed candy to Palestinians along with a note denouncing Hamas, the Palestinian news agency Ma’an reported. Palestinians reported on Sunday that IOF soldiers in Nablus handed out lollipops which were affixed to a note which read: “Ramadan Kareem here are some sweet candy after HAMAS made life better” However , the army has been making abductions all across the West Bank, including in Nablus, for the past two weeks in search of three allegedly missing teenagers. Read More »
Saudi authorities threatened Thursday to expel non-Muslim foreigners who eat, drink or smoke in public during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, which begins this weekend. The interior ministry urged non-Muslims to “respect the feelings of Muslims by refraining from eating, drinking or smoking in public places, streets and at work.” “They are not excused for being non-Muslim,” said the statement carried by SPA state news agency, adding that “labor contracts stipulate respect for Muslim rites.” “Those who violate the above rule will face the necessary measures, including terminating work contracts and being deported,” the statement added. Saudi Arabia hosts more than nine million foreigners, mostly Asians. However i bet that the Saudi king would not be fasting and drinking a some thousand dollar wine bottle. Read More »
All Syrian Chemical weapons are out from Syria, the joint international mission overseeing the elimination of Damascus’ chemical weapons stockpile announced on Monday. “The Joint Mission welcomes the removal of the remaining 7.2 per cent of chemical weapons material from the Syrian Arab Republic. With this last movement, the total of declared chemical weapons materials destroyed or removed from Syria has reached 100%,” the UN-Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons joint mission said in a written statement. The statement said, with the elimination of Syria’s last acknowledged stockpile of chemical weapons, the most operationally challenging task had come to an end. “We hope that our contribution will ultimately make a meaningful difference for the Syrian people and the region,” the mission said. Read More »