sayyed Hassan Nasarullah

Middle East

forces have fired tear gas, Severely Hurt

Bahraini security forces have fired tear gas at anti-government protesters in the capital Manama as demonstrators vow to continue their…

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Middle East

Bahrain hiring Pakistanis for Bahrian National Guard to crush pro-democracy protest

Bahrain is continuing to hire hundreds of former soldiers from Pakistan to serve in its National Guard, even as pro-democracy…

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Pakistan

Three shia’s martyred in Karachi

Three Shia men were martyred in two separate incidents of target killing by the terrorists of outlawed Nasabi-Wahabi organisation Sipah-e-Sahaba,…

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Middle East

Demonstrator killed in Yemen protest

Yemeni police have opened fire on anti-government protesters in the capital Sana’a and killed at least one demonstrator and injured…

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Palestine

alestinians call for ‘third Intifada’

Thousands of Palestinians around the globe have endorsed an online campaign, calling for a ‘third Intifada’ against Israel in order…

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Lebonan

US conspiracy: Hariri ups anti-Hezbollah rhetoric

Lebanese caretaker Prime Minister Saad Hariri has accused Hezbollah of holding the country’s future hostage to its weapons, and has…

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Middle East

Bahrain Uprising: Around 300,000 Participated in Anti-Regime Demonstration

According to eyewitnesses tens of thousands (estimated 300.000) Bahrainis, from different sects, women and men, old and young joined the…

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Iran

World Muslims play vital role in global developments

Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said on Thursday that active presence on the scene of…

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Saudi Arab

Saudi Wahhabi forces shot at peaceful protests against Shia of Qatif

Saudi Wahhabi forces have used stun grenades and rubber bullets to disperse the hundreds peaceful Shia protesters demanding release of…

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Saudi Arab

Saudi Wahhabi forces shot at peaceful protests against Shia of Qatif

Saudi Wahhabi forces have used stun grenades and rubber bullets to disperse the hundreds peaceful Shia protesters demanding release of…

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