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How Kim has Cornered the US

Taking the bull by horns: Pakistan refuses to fight so-called US war on terror

Uniting the adversaries : What if Saudia and Iran join CPEC?

German company bans gun sales to ‘corrupt’ Israel

Iran successfully test-fires new ballistic missile

Shahid Khaqan Abbasi: Not so Sovereign

Britain to stop military cooperation with Burma army

From terrorism to politics: Can Tehreek-e-Labaik and Milli Muslim league become a political threat for Political parties?

US Might Not Even be Able to Shoot Down North Korean Rockets

Muharram Security Challenge: How to foil Takfiri’s nefarious designs?

Pakistan-Turkey-Iran against military solution to Afghanistan

Is Abbas ready to end his punishment of Gaza?

Kuwait ready to commence Yemen peace talks

Donald Trump : A president or a goon?

Abbasi shakes UN by bold address: Pakistan won't be a 'scapegoat' in Afghan war

Show of poor diplomacy: A wrong message to US

Collapse of Iran deal would send a 'terrible signal': Germany

Egypt’s Sisi urges Palestinians to unite, co-exist with Israelis

UAE and Saudi Arabia to normalize their secret relations with Israel

Dodging accountability courts: Did establishment give a safe passage to Nawaz Sharif?

Netanyahu Says Trump Promised to ‘Fix’ Iran Deal

Free Balochistan: An insider to heavily funded Indian campaign against Pakistan

95,000 patients waiting for unknown fate from the continued closure of Sanaa airport

Brutal lynching: Can Pakistan courts provide Justice to Mashal Khan?

Hamza bin Laden: the heir to al Qaeda?

Why has a UK team genetically edited human embryos?

How Russia came to Pakistan’s help?

Defying Courts: What is next for Nawaz Sharif?

Such TV | Rouhani censures Trump’s anti-Iran rhetoric

President Trump calls for a holocaust on the floor of the United Nations

Iran infiltrated US military, obtained proof of ISIS collusion

Saudi plan to ‘accept Israel as a brotherly state’

United States supplying weapons worth $2.2B to Syrian terrorists organization

LUBP | How dishonest “Social Justice Warriors” work to curb the religious freedoms of targeted groups

“Go Nawaz Go” Makes it to Speed Test Server!

UAE ambassador to Ankara threatens Turkey to close down its embassy

Saudi Arabia's king-in-waiting cements grip on power with charm and crackdowns

US paradoxes and Pakistan’s war against terrorism

Free Balochistan: A joint venture of RAW and CIA to burry CPEC

Confidential U.N. report accuses Saudi coalition of killing hundreds of Yemeni kids

Pakistani teenager develops anti-BlueWhale app

UAE’s ambassador to the U.S considers Saudi Arabia responsible for the ruining of the UAE’s good name

Rabbani seeks official response on anti-Pakistan posters in Switzerland

Nawaz Sharif must not appear before NAB court: Maryam

Trump says if threatened, US will 'totally destroy' North Korea

EXCLUSIVE – Interview with Dr. S.M. Kazem Mesbah Mousavi, Imam Ali Centre Canada

More than 800 Shia pilgrims have to stay at Taftan border for a week

Five eminent Shia scholars banned from entering Gilgit under unjust policy of balance

57 accused charge-sheeted in Mashal Khan lynching case

Nisar lashes out at Khaqan Abbasi, Asif for statements on ‘internal matters’

Pakistan team kicks off training, ahead of Sri Lanka series in UAE

Bank of China permitted to start operations in Pakistan

Pakistan protests with Switzerland over ‘Free Balochistan’ posters

Nawaz Sharif, children fail to appear in court; summons reissued

US paradoxes and Pakistan’s war against terrorism

Saudi plan to ‘accept Israel as a brotherly state’

Was NA-120 election rigged?

UAE ambassador to Ankara threatens Turkey to close down its embassy

Saudi Arabia's king-in-waiting cements grip on power with charm and crackdowns

Confidential U.N. report accuses Saudi coalition of killing hundreds of Yemeni kids

Pakistani teenager develops anti-BlueWhale app

US’ Black Hawk Down in Yemen

Outrage in Egypt over Israeli Flag in educational book

Russo-Saudi closeness: What are two sides’ goals?

Arrest warrants: Should Imran Khan present himself before ECP?

Is Establishment pulling NAB’s strings?

How CIA and Raw are funding Pakistani separatists: An Inside story

An old desire: Is Gov trying to place ISI under civilian control?

Certain Western states still back terror groups in Syria: Assad

Iran, Pakistan army chiefs urge Muslim world action to end Rohingya plight

Iraq vice president: Baghdad won't tolerate creation of ‘second Israel’

Myanmar says US official barred from Rohingya conflict zone

Iraq’s Nujaba Movement condemns terrorist attacks in Nasiriyah

Unofficial results show PML-N’s Kulsoom set to win NA-120 by-election

Is China using North Korea to break US's Super power's myth?

US Plan for New Afghan Force Poses Threat to Civilians

UK arms sales benefiting most from Middle East wars

UAE: Saudi Arabia was going to launch military attack on Qatar

US policy shift: Would Pakistan turn into another Iran for US?

Has Trump become a leader of Arab nationalism?

Is Gwadar a toll plaza?

Would a defeat in NA-120 would end PML-N's politics from Punjab?

Rohingyas of Karachi struggle to deal with identity crisis

Guilt of war crimes: Suicide among US war veterans highest in west

Saudi Crown Prince Calls Off Visit to Paris for Fear of Popular Uprising

Iqna | Georgian Muslim Cleric Urges Boycotting Myanmar to End Massacre of Rohingya

Mehr News | ‘Saudi Arabia, Taliban like brothers’

Such TV | JUIF rejects hiring educated imams in KP mosques

Why US is not happy with Deir Ez-Zor’s recapture from ISIS?

The United States and Russia rejected the request of Israel to keep Iran far from the Syrian border

Netanyahu is the Israeli Trump

Paradiagm shift: Pakistan’s big ‘No” to US aid

Did PML-N verbal attacks on Judiciary affected the Panama review appeal?

Saudi Arabia, Sudan banned from Labour party conference

Kulbhoshan Yadav’s case: Why ICJ will not give decision in favor of Pakistan?

Why emergence of Hafiz Saeed linked-MML in Pakistani politics is almost inevitable

UNICEF says 240,000 Rohingya kids in dangerous situation

We will sink Japan and turn US to 'ashes and darkness', says North Korea

Pakistan Still Hasn’t Received Trump’s Demand List

Saudi security: detained preachers are members of spying cell


Why has a UK team genetically edited human embryos?

1396/6/30 | 16:28
By Michael Le Page Human embryos have been genetically edited in the UK for the first time, using a technique called CRISPR. But why do researchers think this is so important? What gene editing was carried out? The UK team, led by Kathy Niakan of the Francis Crick Institute in London, used the CRISPR genome-editing method to disable a gene thought to play a key role in early development. The researchers used around 60 spare embryos donated by couples who’d had IVF, which would otherwise have been discarded. The embryos had been frozen ...

UK arms sales benefiting most from Middle East wars

1396/6/26 | 16:28
  The UK has exported £5 billion ($6.8 billion) worth of weapons to oppressive regimes around the world since the Conservatives came to power 22 months ago, the Guardian newspaper reported.   Arms sales to Saudi Arabia have been pinpointed as the main cause of the increase. In 2015, the Kingdom setup an Arab coalition to battle in Yemen. Since then it has faced criticism that it has repeatedly and indiscriminately attacked civilians in violation of international humanitarian laws.   In July, campaigners brought a case to the British ...

US policy shift: Would Pakistan turn into another Iran for US?

1396/6/26 | 16:28
The Trump administration is considering dropping Pakistan as an ally as it examines tough measures to quell more than 20 terrorist groups it says are based in the country, a UK publication had reported.   Financial Times reported that officials familiar with the Pakistan prong of Washington’s new “AfPak” strategy — which involves an open-ended commitment in Afghanistan and praise for India — say it has yet to be fleshed out. But they have plenty of levers.   President Donald Trump last month promised to get tough on Pakistan, ...

Saudi Arabia, Sudan banned from Labour party conference

1396/6/25 | 16:28
  The Arab League has cancelled its annual reception at the Labour party conference at the end of the month after Saudi Arabia and Sudan were allegedly rejected from attending the event.   Cancellation of the reception was confirmed in a letter sent to all MP’s and peers on Wednesday by the Arab League’s London Office. “Unfortunately, the council of Arab Ambassadors has taken the decision to cancel its annual reception and buffet dinner,” the letter stated.   “Our council has decided to refrain from attending the ...

Overloaded School Bags Put 70 % Children at Risk of Back Problems

1396/6/22 | 16:28
Children often choose bags featuring their favourite cartoon characters rather than those that are back-friendly.   These poorly fitting bag-packs that are often overloaded, can put children at risk of long-term back and spinal problems, experts have warned. The Australian Physiotherapy Association revealed that non-fitting and heavy bag-packs put up to 70 per cent of school-children at risk. Effects Of Poorly Chosen Bag-Packs The association stated that bag-packs that are not back-friendly can cause strain in back, neck and shoulder of ...

Diana was murdered: Prince Charles was ‘Planning an accident’ ten months before the crash

1396/6/12 | 16:28
On the 20th anniversary of the Prince Diana’s death, Theories that Princess Diana may have been murdered have resurfaced, pushed by a letter she allegedly wrote in the final year of her life claiming that Prince Charles was planning “an accident in my car” meant to leave Diana with a severe head injury.   There have long been conspiracy theories surrounding Diana’s death, including those who believe that she was targeted by members of the royal family. What we know is that Princess Diana was killed in a high-speed car crash on August ...

Does Britain have a secret travel ban against Arabs?

1396/5/30 | 16:28
  Britain stands accused of operating a secret travel ban against Arabs after it emerged that a large number of internationally renowned academics, religious leaders, musicians, artists and performers from the Middle East have been refused visas to enter the UK. All were booked to appear or perform at the world famous Edinburgh Festival in Scotland but were rejected on the grounds that they would not return to their home countries after the festival ends on 28 August.     The move by the Home Office in London is said to have angered ...

Syria says US, allies supplying terrorists with toxic agents

1396/5/26 | 16:28
Syria says the US, Britain and their allies are supporting terrorists in the war-torn Arab country by supplying them with toxic agents and other kinds of weapons. During a press conference in the Syrian Foreign Ministry’s main office in the capital Damascus, Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal Mekdad said on Wednesday that toxic agents found in the cities of Aleppo and Damascus were made by US and UK companies, Syrian's official news agency SANA reported. He also called on the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) ...

There are almost 100 new volcanoes hiding under Antarctic ice

1396/5/24 | 16:28
  Almost 100 volcanoes have been newly identified beneath the ice covering West Antarctica. It’s not yet known whether they’re active, but if they are, it could spell added trouble for ice sheets already in retreat because of global warming. “If they erupted, they would create water beneath the ice,” says Robert Bingham at the University of Edinburgh, UK. “That would make the ice above flow faster, so it would have the potential to increase the losses of ice we’re already seeing.” Bingham and his colleagues identified ...

UK govt. censoring documents on past military ties with Saudi Arabia

1396/5/13 | 16:28
The UK government has blocked the public release of nearly 1,000 documents detailing sensitive data about the country’s past military deals with Saudi Arabia.   London has also refused to release an additional 27 documents connected to Prince Charles and Lady Diana’s visit to the Middle East in 1986. Normally, the government is required to declassify all documents held in various departments after 30 years and pass them on to the National Archives at Kew. However, departments can ask for a specific document to be withheld or redacted. The ...

Saudi tycoon invests millions in renowned British media outlet: Report

1396/5/8 | 16:28
A Saudi tycoon has reportedly invested millions of dollars to acquire up to 50 percent of voting rights in the British media organization, the Independent, causing grave concern among human rights and press freedom activists in the UK. According to an exclusive report by the Middle East Eye (MEE) news portal on Friday, Sultan Mohamed Abuljadayel, 42, has acquired up to 50 percent of the Independent website and controls up to 50 percent of voting rights within Independent Digital News and Media, the company that controls the Independent brand. Abuljadayel, ...

A wrong time visit: Is Nawaz Sharif trying to escape the SC verdict?

1396/5/5 | 16:28
  Maldivian troops blockaded Parliament and clashed with Opposition leaders for a second day.   The latest turbulence came as the U.K. urged its citizens to take caution in the capital Malé after soldiers tear gassed protesting politicians there.   Soldiers barred the main opposition Maldivian Democratic Party (MDP) from entering the heavily guarded Parliament complex again on Tuesday, with witnesses reporting shoving as MPs were forced back from the barricade.   In such a crucial time when Maldives is facing political ...

At least 29 civilians killed in US airstrikes on Syria’s Raqqah

1396/5/5 | 16:28
A UK-based monitoring group says at least 29 people have been killed in US airstrikes in the Syrian city of Raqqah. "At least eight children are among the dead," said the director of the so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, Rami Abdel Rahman, on Wednesday. The observatory noted that the recent airstrikes brought the civilian death toll to at least 325, including 51 children, in the two months since the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces began operations to liberate Raqqah from the Daesh Takfiri group. The US-led coalition has been ...

Saudi breeds ‘fodder for terrorism’, says former British ambassador

1396/4/25 | 16:28
A former British ambassador to Saudi Arabia is the latest high profile figure to raise concerns about Saudi funding of terrorism in the UK. Sir William Patey, who was the British ambassador in Riyadh for four years between 2006 and 2010, said Saudi funding helps create “fodder for terrorism”.     Patey’s comment follows recent revelations that the UK government has buried a report exposing Saudi funding of extremism in the UK. Prominent British MP accused Number Ten of burying a report that was originally commissioned by the former ...

Trying to protect Saudi Arabia,UK refuses to publish report on ‘funding of extremism’

1396/4/25 | 16:28
  The British government has announced that it would not publish in full its report on the sources of "funding of extremism" in Britain, prompting opposition charges it was trying to protect its ally Saudi Arabia.     British Home Secretary Amber Rudd said on Wednesday that though some “extremist organisations” were receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars, she had decided against publishing the review in full. “This is because of the volume of personal information it contains and for national security reasons,” she said ...

UK Profiting From Yemeni Civilians Suffering: HRW

1396/4/22 | 16:28
Human Rights Watch (HRW) says the United Kingdom is profiting from the suffering of Yemeni civilians by selling arms to Saudi Arabia.     The prominent rights group made the remarks in a press release on Tuesday, after a UK High Court ruling earlier in the week declared that London’s arms sales to Riyadh were not illegal.     Describing the judgment as terrible news for Yemeni civilians, the HRW also expressed disappointment at the ruling for not helping pressure Riyadh to end its “unlawful attacks” in the war-torn ...

King Salman and PM May fund Islamic extremism

1396/4/20 | 16:28
  UK-based Henry Jackson Society, a pro-Israel and anti-Muslim neocons advocacy group in its latest report has accused both King Salman of Saudi Arabia and British prime minister Theresa May, a Zionist whore, of spreading Islamic extremism in Britain.     British prime minister Theresa May visited Saudi Arabia in April this year and dined with King Salman and country’s crown prince and defense minister. Saudi ‘royals’ are major buyer of conventional military equipment from Britain.Theresa May has supported Saudi ...

First pregnant man in Britain gives birth to a girl

1396/4/18 | 16:28
Hayden Cross, 21, made headlines around the world when he announced he was pregnant by a sperm donor, three years after becoming legally male through gender reassignment, reported The Independent. He put his transition on hold to have a child.  His daughter Trinity-Leigh was born by caesarean on June 16, his family confirmed. It makes Cross, from Gloucester, the first transgender man to give birth in the UK. “She’s perfect in every way,” he told The Sun. He now plans to complete his gender reassignment to remove his breasts and ovaries. Cross, ...

Saudi terrorism link: Blair confesses promoting Salafi Islam

1396/4/18 | 16:28
Saudi Arabia has spent a cool 67 billion GBP over the last three decades spreading globally its Wahabbi strain of Islam. In Britain-specific terms, this has translated into an estimated 110 mosques adhering to this ideology, with a combined capacity to hold around 45,000 followers as of 2014. (Though the latter refers to those mosques preferring to identity as Salafi). The think tank has some tough words for the political leadership: get serious about tracking foreign funding and make all such findings public. The Cameron government held back ...

Syria’s al-Qaeda removed from Canada & U.S. terror watchlist

1396/4/15 | 16:28
  The Syrian branch of al-Qaeda changed its name to Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS), and is now officially removed from the U.S. and Canadian terror watchlists.   Now, the U.S. and Canada can donate money and weapons to the terrorists, and can even go fight with them against the Syrian government and spread their propaganda.   It turns out that getting off the U.S.’ and Canada’s terror watchlist is as simple as changing your name. While the terror watchlist in the U.S. has long been both secretive and controversial – as ...

Most wanted’ British jihadist bride now ‘desperate’ to flee ISIS, return to UK

1396/4/15 | 16:28
British jihadist Sally Jones, the world’s most wanted female terrorist who traveled to the Middle East to join Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL), is now “desperate” to return to the UK, a friend has claimed. Jones, who was the lead guitarist of an all-girl rock-band in the 1990s, fled her home in Kent to join the terrorist organization in its de facto capital of Raqqa in Syria with her husband Junaid Hussain. Hussain, 21, was killed in a US drone strike in 2015. He had previously used his youngest son as a human shield. Drone operators ...

UK considers removing Blair’s immunity over Iraq war

1396/4/15 | 16:28
Tony Blair may face formal charges over war crimes if judges overturn a controversial ruling that gave the former Primer Prime Minister, immunity from prosecution over the Iraq War. Last year a British court blocked a private criminal prosecution against Blair by General Abdul-Wahid Shannan ar-Ribat, a former chief of staff of the Iraqi army. British judges, however ruled that the international crime of “aggression” could not be brought against Blair and granted him immunity from criminal charges. That ruling is set to be reviewed at the ...

Riyadh major foreign sponsor of extremism in UK: Think tank

1396/4/14 | 16:28
  A British think tank says Saudi Arabia is the main sponsor of extremism in the UK, urging a probe into sources of the money being injected mainly by the Riyadh regime into the institutions promoting radicalism in the European state. In a report released on Wednesday, the Henry Jackson Society said Saudi Arabia has, since the 1960s, sponsored a multimillion-dollar effort to export the radical Wahhabi ideology across the Islamic world, including to Muslim communities in the west, adding that foreign funding for extremism in Britain mainly ...

May to decide whether to publish report about foreign funding of extremism

1396/4/13 | 16:28
British Prime Minister Theresa May is yet to decide whether to publish details of a report about foreign funding of extremism in the UK with a focus on Saudi Arabia. The outcome of the Home Office investigation is not yet released, which “leaves question marks over whether their decision is influenced by our diplomatic ties,” said the Green party co-leader, Caroline Lucas, as cited in a Guardian report, published Monday. The probe was commissioned by former Prime Minister David Cameron and approved by May in December 2015, although she ...

Qatar Crisis: How the European world is in deep trouble?

1396/4/12 | 16:28
  European governments might be able to maintain neutrality on the Qatari crisis with a straight face, but their bankers’ hearts, and hands, are already not so clean.     And since Mr Market interprets political developments best in the twenty-first century, it provides the clearest direction of the latest Middle East crisis. It turns out that European, led by British, banks have stopped buying and selling the Qatari Riyal, putting downward pressure on the currency.      That would be awkward on any given day, ...

UK banks stop trading Qatari riyals

1396/4/10 | 16:28
Britain’s Lloyds Banking Group said today that it has stopped trading Qatari riyals and that the currency is no longer available for sale or buy-back at its high street banks. A spokeswoman for the bank said a “third-party supplier” that carries out its foreign exchange service had ceased trading in the currency from 21 June This currency is no longer available for sale or buy-back across our high street banks including Lloyds Bank, Bank of Scotland and Halifax,” the spokeswoman said. Qatar’s central bank said today it will guarantee ...

Another terror attack on UK: Knifeman Attempts to Run Over Crowd of Children With Car

1396/3/31 | 16:28
Armed police raced to a former army barracks in Kent after a man armed with a knife reportedly drove at children as they played in the street. Officers rushed to the housing estate on the former Howe Barracks site in Canterbury after terrified locals raised the alarm last night. Around 15 police vehicles swooped on the military base after witnesses claimed to have spotted a man driving up and down the street waving a knife. One onlooker claims the man drove up and down the street holding the knife out of the window before driving at a man ...

Bahrain Royal Family Members Face London Police Investigation

1396/3/23 | 16:28
UK Police began investigating "a public order offence" in Central London involving Bahraini royal family members Khalid bin Ahmad al-Khalifa, his son Rashid and a third unidentified relative against Bahraini activists, media reports said.   The incident being investigated happened on Oxford Street on 14 April and was filmed by human rights campaigners Isa al-Ali and Moosa Abdali, Middle East Eye reported. The police have also received a complaint about alleged "malicious communications" sent through social media to the activists in the ...

UK Election: How did Hamas win and Israel lose?

1396/3/21 | 16:28
  It’s pleasure to watch the pro-Israel press such as the Jew York Times, NPR, CNN, BBC, Telegraph, Washington Post, Politico, etc. beating their chests over pro-Israel Tories losing majority (326 seats) in June 8 election.     The antisemite Labour Party has won 266 seats, an increase of 34 seats as compared to Conservative Party 316, a loss of 12 seats. The Scottish National Party (SNP) had won 35 seats, the Liberal Democrats were at 12, the Democratic Unionist Party had secured 10, and Sinn Féin has secured 7 seats ...

Thresa May’s trouble: May’s blunder on Middle East and Economic policies

1396/3/20 | 16:28
  British Prime Minister Theresa May faced pressure to resign on Friday after losing her parliamentary majority, plunging the country into uncertainty as Brexit talks loom.     The pound fell sharply amid fears the Conservative leader will be unable to form a government and could even be forced out of office after a troubled campaign overshadowed by two terror attacks.     After being re-elected with an increased majority in the London commuter seat of Maidenhead, May said Britain "needs a period of stability" ...

Khuram Butt Profile: Pakistan-born London attacker

1396/3/17 | 16:28
    Khuram Shazad Butt, named Monday as one of the three London attackers, was known to Britain´s MI5 intelligence service and even featured in a documentary entitled "The Jihadis Next Door".   Butt had sparked alarm for his extremist views and allegedly had links to a jailed radical preacher, yet neighbours at what was reportedly his home in Barking, east London, remembered a friendly family man.   A 27-year-old British citizen born in Pakistan, Butt was shot dead by police along with his two accomplices after killing ...

Amnesty Intl. calls on Saudi Arabia to free rights activist ‘immediately’

1396/3/17 | 16:28
  Amnesty International has lambasted Saudi Arabia for detaining a women’s rights activist for the second time, calling on the kingdom to “immediately and unconditionally” release her. According to a report by the UK-based rights group on Monday, Loujain al-Hathloul, 27, was arrested by authorities at the King Fahad International Airport in the port city of Dammam, the capital of the restive Eastern Province, on Sunday afternoon. Hathloul, who was due to travel to Riyadh, was also interrogated by the Bureau of Investigation and ...

Trump renews Twitter attacks on London's mayor

1396/3/16 | 16:28
  US President Donald Trump has renewed his Twitter attacks on London Mayor Sadiq Khan, the second time in less than 48 hours since a terrorist attack in the British capital. Trump accused Khan, the first Muslim mayor of the city, of offering a "pathetic excuse" for remarks that the US president misinterpreted about policing in response to Saturday's attack that left several people dead. Trump tweeted that Khan had to “think fast” to excuse comments that Londoners need not be alarmed after the deadly attack. After the deadly incident, ...

UK under attack: Paying price of feeding snakes in Yemen and Syria

1396/3/15 | 16:28
  Prime Minister Theresa May responded on Sunday to an attack in London which killed seven people, declaring "enough is enough” and calling for a review of Britain's counter-terrorism strategy.     The current threat level for international terrorism in the UK is “severe”, which means an attack is “highly likely”.   There are five threat levels, decided by the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre, designed to give a broad indication of the likelihood of an attack.   May, who faces a general election Thursday, ...

After London terror, time for ‘difficult conversations’ with Saudi, Corbyn says

1396/3/15 | 16:28
  British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn says it is time for the UK to hold "difficult conversations" with Saudi Arabia and other Arab states of the Persian Gulf in the wake of the London terror attack. Terror on and near the London Bridge left at least seven people dead and wounded almost 50 others on Saturday. "Yes, we do need to have some difficult conversations starting with Saudi Arabia and other Persian Gulf states that have funded and fueled extremist ideology," Corbyn said in Carlisle, north England, on Sunday.   Saudi ...

Manchester attack: Is UK targeting Muslims the pretext of attack?

1396/3/13 | 16:28
    The United Kingdom has been a source of suspense of late with regards to the spate of terror it has experienced.   Baroness Warsi claimed that lackadaisical attitudes have guided Britain’s policymaking thus far, giving easy way to terrorist attacks, and additionally that this is not only a war against ideology.   While Britain’s ideological war is valid, the angle is passive; the cabinet member is correct in that the issue requires more depth and evidence-based responses to elucidate the elements that lure one ...

Manchester attack: Why Theresamay should step down?

1396/3/6 | 16:28
UK has been worst hit by terrorists once again and  now all eyes are on the government, because of an admission by the Home secretary that Abedi had been on Britain’s intelligence radar.     There have also been reports by US officials that he travelled to Libya three weeks prior to blowing himself up. This begs the question: was this an intelligence failure on the part of these two western governments?     We must ask this because, again, when it comes to countries like Pakistan — failed terror plots such as Times ...

All you must know about Salman Abedi, the Manchester suicide bomber

1396/3/4 | 16:28
Originally from Libya and living in UK, Salman Abedi had proven ties with ISIS in Syria.     The 22-year-old suicide bomber of Manchester arena is originally from Libya. He has visited Libya recently and getting back to the UK, detonated a bomb to kill 22 people attending a concert in Manchester. Abedi’s family fled from Libya after the prosecution by North African state’s late ruler Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was on the way. He is suspected to have been trained in Syria in his latest travel to Libya. As Gerard Collomb, the French Interior ...

Theresa May’s trip to KSA politically motivated, in line with Arab regimes’ interests

1396/1/18 | 16:28
  Main goal of Theresa May’s visit to Saudi Arabia is talking about Iraq and Iran elections, besides crises in Syria, Yemen, and Bahrain, says Nick Clegg,     Former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has said the British Prime Minster Theresa May’s visit to Saudi Arabia will, despite claims it is solely for trade and security purposes, focus on Middle East political issues such as Iraq election, Iran election, Syria, Yemen, and Bahrain.   In an exclusive interview with The Independent, the former Lib Dem leader ...

Why MI5 Targeting Family of British Woman Fighting Against ISIS In Syria?

1396/1/10 | 16:28
  The first British female fighter to join the battle against Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) in Syria says UK intelligence agency MI5 is targeting her family, who are now “afraid for their own safety.”     Kimberley Taylor, 27, has been fighting alongside the Women’s Protection Units (YPJ), an all-female affiliate of the People’s Protection Units (YPG), in Syrian Kurdistan. She is part of the ‘Rojava revolution’, a left-wing Kurdish movement in northern Syria.     Taylor, from Liverpool, claims her ...

Sadiq Khan, London’s ‘Liberal Muslim’ Mayor, has ties to ISIS

1396/1/10 | 16:28
    In order to remain “politically correct” the British media has failed to report the fact that London mayor Sadiq Khan, a so-called “liberal Muslim”, has been affiliated with organizations tied to  Al-Qaeda, Al Nusra, ISIS and the Muslim Brotherhood.     In 2016, then Prime Minister David Cameron was widely criticized by liberals in the UK when he claimed that Khan had ties to the terror group ISIS. An investigation has determined that Khan has ties not just to organizations associated with ISIS, but ...

London attack: A reminder not to feed snakes

1396/1/6 | 16:28
  Terror returned to the streets of London on Wednesday, injecting further tension into an already fraught series of debates playing out across the international stage.   The attack is a clear reflection of the fact that we face bigger threats than laptops. It is also important not to start profiling or attacking the religious identity of the attacker.   The UK is entering a particularly divisive divorce from the European Union, which has left the country’s social divisions much more exposed.   The list of those ...

Shafaqna Special: Why UK is reluctant to take action against Altaf Hussain?

1396/1/3 | 16:28
    Interior minister Chaudhry Nisar has said that Pakistan is in the process of raising Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) founder Altaf Hussain’s matter with the British authorities, saying there was a complete consensus to deal with the issue.     In October last year, Scotland Yard withdrew a money laundering case against the Altaf and others after concluding that “there is not a realistic prospect of a successful prosecution” under the British law.   Nisar added that the two countries have evolved a total ...

Four dead, including attacker, in UK parliament 'terror' assault

1396/1/3 | 16:28
  At least three people were killed and 20 injured in a “terrorist” attack in the heart of London Wednesday when a man mowed down pedestrians on a bridge, then stabbed a police officer outside parliament before being shot dead. Police guarding the iconic House of Commons building shot the man but several people were left with “catastrophic” injuries on Westminster Bridge, a busy traffic junction popular with tourists with views of Big Ben. The car crashed into the railings outside the heavily guarded parliament building and witnesses ...

One shot, several injured in UK parliament 'terrorist incident'

1396/1/2 | 16:28
A policeman was stabbed, an assailant shot and several people injured on Wednesday close to Britain’s Houses of Parliament in what police said they were treating as a terrorist incident.   Reuters reporters inside the building heard loud bangs and shortly afterwards a Reuters photographer said he saw at least a dozen people injured on Westminster Bridge, next to parliament. His photographs showed people lying on the ground, some of them bleeding heavily and one apparently under a bus. The number of casualties was unclear. “Officers – ...

Syrian conundrum: Is there any light at the end of the tunnel?

1396/1/2 | 16:28
    The civil war, which has now completed its sixth year, was internationalised when the West, Turkey and the Gulf states saw an opportunity to topple Bashar al-Assad’s regime.   On the other hand, Mr Assad’s allies — Iran, Russia and Hezbollah — were not ready to see the government in Damascus fall. In the middle of all this, sectarian extremists gained ground and now threaten the security of the region.     Israel — long a force of instability in the Middle East — has also not helped matters with ...

Funding terrorists: What are UK's stake in Syrian war?

1395/12/25 | 16:28
  Media sources said the Syrian Army soldiers stopped and seized a vehicle of the terrorists loaded with a large volume of munitions, including British missiles, in Damascus countryside on Sunday.     The Arabic language al-Hadath news quoted a military source as saying that the army men seized a pickup vehicle of the terrorists with four Britain-made missiles and over 200 boxes of heavy and semi-heavy ammunition and guns. Al-Hadath went on to say that the vehicle has left Dara'a to militant-held regions near Damascus.       On ...

Inviting Russia to Afghanistan: Is Pakistan going to re-write the history?

1395/12/18 | 16:28
  Pakistan’s military has warned Donald Trump’s new generals that they face a ‘total mess’ in Afghanistan unless the US and UK can halt the advance of IS and the Taliban.     In an interview with the Telegraph, a senior Pakistani army source said the collapse in security since the draw-down of Western troops from Afghanistan meant the West now faced ‘losing control’.     If IS and the Taliban continued to gain strength, he added, it could tempt Russia to stage a Syrian-style intervention, this time ...

Bitten by own dogs: UK under ISIS threat

1395/12/11 | 16:28
    Islamic State militants are planning “indiscriminate attacks on innocent civilians” in Britain on a scale similar to those staged by the Irish Republican Army 40 years ago, the head of the country’s new terrorism watchdog said.       In an interview with the Sunday Telegraph published on Sunday, Max Hill, the lawyer tasked with overseeing British laws on terrorism, said the militants were targeting cities and posed “an enormous ongoing risk which none of us can ignore”.     The warning ...

Yemen's Houthis eject pres. Hadi who UK, US, Israel back

1395/11/25 | 16:28
  300 Saudi soldiers and an artillery commander have joined the Yemeni forces, a senior Yemeni politician announced on Friday. "The latest blow at the Al Saud came as Hashem al-Ahmar, artillery commander of the Saudi army in al-Wadia border crossing and 300 soldiers joined the Yemeni army and the revolutionary forces," the Middle East Panorama website quoted Head of Yemen's Free Army Nasser bin Yahya al-Orujli as saying on Friday. He noted that the Saudi regime is still in a difficult situation and the Saudi officials know it ...