Middle East

United Nation’s summer camps

Friday, Jun, 10 at 5:20 pm,

The ‘summer camps,’ combining Islamic indoctrination, paramilitary training, and social activities are set to begin again this year as United Nation’s summer camps, considered competition by Hamas, are being openly denigrated by jihadists.

Libyan tyrant says if attacked, he’ll start working with al-Qaida

Friday, Mar, 18 at 10:35 am,

Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi says if Western leaders decide to attack his country, he’ll join with al-Qaida in a “holy war,” unleashing a flood of illegal immigrants into Europe and backing known terror fomenters, according to a report from Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.


Friday, Mar, 18 at 10:05 am,

The United Nations authorised military action to curb Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi on Thursday, hours after he threatened to storm the rebel bastion of Benghazi overnight, showing “no mercy, no pity.”

Saudi stability attributed to leadership’s open-door policy

Thursday, Mar, 17 at 11:21 am,

JEDDAH: An academic at Jeddah’s King Abdulaziz University (KAU) attributed the Kingdom’s political stability to the open-door policy of the rulers. “Saudi kings, since the inception of the Kingdom, have been keeping their doors open for all citizens irrespective of their social status.

Arabs Love the Pax Americana

Wednesday, Mar, 16 at 10:08 am,

The Arab League’s call this weekend for a no-fly zone over Libya is startling news and has sent diplomats scattering. We’ll now see if the “international community” (to use the Obama Administration’s favorite phrase) decides anything before Moammar Gadhafi’s forces overrun the rebel stronghold in Benghazi. The odds favor Gadhafi.

Saudi soldiers sent into Bahrain

Tuesday, Mar, 15 at 10:49 am,

Saudi troops and police from UAE deployed to Gulf neighbour to help protect government facilities after weeks of unrest.

Playing with fire

Tuesday, Mar, 15 at 10:42 am,

Some banks spread stories about ‘unrest’ in the Kingdom with a hidden agenda. At the moment there are scare stories on a daily basis in the international press about the dangers for the world of regional unrest spreading in Saudi Arabia. They could push oil prices to $220 a barrel, it is claimed. They could trigger a new global recession.

Arab League asks for no-fly zone over Libya

Sunday, Mar, 13 at 11:43 am,

CAIRO: The Arab League asked the UN Security Council Saturday to impose a no-fly zone over Libya to protect civilians from air attack by forces of Muammar Qaddafi’s embattled government, giving crucial backing to a key demand of the rebel forces battling to oust the Libyan leader.

Libyan test for refocused al-Qaeda

Tuesday, Mar, 08 at 2:49 pm,

In a fundamental shift that began last year when an ideologue questioned a reliance on terror attacks and the severing of ties with international Islamic movements, al-Qaeda is positioning itself to support political Islamic parties in Libya’s rebel-held areas.

UN official eyes women envoys from Kingdom

Tuesday, Mar, 08 at 10:17 am,

RIYADH: Thoraya Ahmed Obaid, executive director of the United Nations Population Fund, has expressed hopes that Saudi Arabia will soon appoint a number of women as its ambassadors to foreign [...]

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