Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) said: "One, who gets up in the morning and is not concerned about the affairs of other Muslims, is NOT a Muslim."


" We Muslims are busy bickering over whether to fold or unfold our arms during prayer, while the enemy is devising ways of cutting them off " - Imam Khomeini.


Monday, December 3, 2012

Britain to organise armed Syrian rebels into efficient fighting force

Britain is to increase its involvement in Syria's bloody civil war by offering to organise the rebels fighting President Bashar Al Assad into a stronger force

Britain to organise armed Syrian rebels into efficient fighting force
David Cameron in Abu Dhabi Photo: PA
In a significant departure MPs will be told today that the UK will directly deal with the armed opposition in Syria for the first time.
Previously Britain has only held talks with the political leaders outside the country over a conflict that has left tens of thousands civilians dead and over 1 million people displaced.
Britain yesterday vowed to step up its efforts to bring about an end to a regime that has presided over a civil war that has cost as many as 40,000 people lose their lives.
The first National Security Council meeting after the US presidential election which is likely to be chaired by Prime Minister David Cameron, will be dedicated to the crisis in Syria.
That meeting is likely to look at ways to bring America on board with a more direct strategy towards Syria now that the next US president has been elected for a four year term.
Britain is not allowed by a European Union arms embargo to supply weapons to Syria - a fact which Mr Cameron signalled was "frustrating" during a three day visit to the Middle East.
William Hague, the foreign secretary, will tell an opposition conference in Doha today that he "has authorised diplomats to have direct contact with military figures on the ground" through secure communication links with armed rebels.
The man favoured to win western backing for a new opposition front at the Qatar conference told The Daily Telegraph he planned to establish an interim government inside the 'liberated' parts of northern Syria.
It would seek international recognition, request a fund of "more than a billion dollars", and military support to "defend ourselves from the regime's war planes".
A written ministerial statement is due to be laid in Parliament outlining the new initiative, which will be coordinated by the team led by Jon Wilks, a senior official at the Foreign Office.
Downing Street said Britain wanted to also help the rebel fighters within Syria to work together to topple Assad, as happened in Libya to face Col Muammar Gaddafi's brutal regime.
A Number 10 source said: 'At the moment there are lots of different groups. They haven't come together and coalesced in the way in Libya all with the shared aim of toppling Gaddafi. This is all about helping them to do it.
"We are engaging with the opposition to try and encourage them come together much more on the ground.
"The point of it will be to talk to the leaders of the local armed groups. What we've concluded is that it's too hard to do this by only talking to people outside the country.
"The opposition have been very clear that they want help from the international community."
Britain will also stress to the rebels the need to respect the human rights of captured Government, the source added.
Britain is prevented from physically arming the rebels by a European Union arms embargo which prevents any military hardware being supplied to any Syrians.
But Mr Cameron signalled that he was frustrated by the embargo and the inactivity of the United Nations.
He told British newspaper reporters: "On Syria, I'm frustrated that we aren't able to do more, either at the UN where I'd like us to push harder for clearer resolutions calling on Syria for a clear political transition. But we'll keep pushing.
'Obviously we're part of an EU arms embargo so we're not able to take that step."
Asked what he would say if Assad said today he was ready to leave and wanted a safe exit, the Prime Minister said: "Done. Anything, anything to get that man out of the country and to have a safe transition in Syria.
"Of course I would favour him facing the full force of international law and justice for what he's done. I am certainly not offering him an exit plan to Britain but if wants to leave he could leave, that could be arranged."
The Prime Minister will pledge an extra £14 million to refugees in Jordan today as he visits a refugee camp which has been set up for Syrians.

We'll arm the Syrian rebels – but only those who share our values

'We'll arm the Syrian rebels – but only those who share our values'

Republican presidential contender wants a more active US policy on Syria, where he sees a chance to defeat Iran
Mitt Romney rally at Tradition Town Square, Port St. Lucie, Florida, America - 07 Oct 2012
Mitt Romney: 'Iran's nuclear pursuit will not be tolerated.' Photograph: MediaPunch / Rex Features
Mitt Romney is signalling a more active policy on the Syrian uprising than Barack Obama, calling explicitly for weapons deliveries to rebel forces and framing the conflict in geostrategic terms as one which can lead to defeat for Iran, Bashar al-Assad's principal ally.
But the Republican candidate is also careful to stress the need to work with partners to "identify and organise" those members of the opposition "who share our values." Only they will obtain the arms they need. And the US will not act alone.

Clearly, defeating Assad's "tanks, helicopters, and fighter jets" will require more than the mostly light weapons that have been smuggled into Syria, via middlemen who work with the Gulf states and Turkey and are reportedly monitored and facilitated by the CIA. Anti-tank and anti-aircraft weapons would probably make a big difference.

But there is no mention of the US taking any action on the ground, involving the "safe zones" or "humanitarian corridors" the fragmented Syrian opposition would like to see.
Romney's forward remarks on Syria also reference US and western concerns about the growing strength of Islamist and jihadi-type groups on the ground. By suggesting that Obama is "sitting on the sidelines" the Republican also signals a readiness to look beyond Assad to "develop influence with those forces in Syria that will one day lead a country that sits at the heart of the Middle East".
On wider Middle Eastern issues, Romney seeks to establish his credentials as a clear-eyed enemy of terrorism, attacking Obama for his "passivity". On Libya he promises to "vigorously pursue the terrorists who attacked our consulate in Benghazi and killed Americans". The implication, again, is that "vigour" is lacking.
On Egypt, at the heart of the dramatic changes of the Arab spring over the past 18 months, Romney signals readiness to make continuing US aid conditional on inclusiveness – in a coded reference to the Islamist-led government and minority rights – and maintaining the 1979 peace treaty with Israel.
Tough talk on Iran includes the promise of "new sanctions" and a readiness to take unspecified actions. "For the sake of peace, we must make clear to Iran through actions – not just words – that their nuclear pursuit will not be tolerated," Romney said. Specifically, he calls for the restoration of "the permanent presence of aircraft carrier task forces in both the eastern Mediterranean and the Gulf region" and working "with Israel to increase our military assistance and coordination".

Sunday, December 2, 2012

Tentera Kuffar AS Rogol Wanita Afghan.

Tentera AS di Afghanistan telah menyerang hendap satu perkampungan di Chahar Bolak dalam wilayah Balkh dan merogol wanita-wanitanya. Laporan tragedi ini telah disiarkan dalam akhbar-akhbar di Afghan.

Tentera2 AS itu juga mengancam akan mengulangi tindakan yang sama jika penduduk kampung melaporkan hal tersebut.


Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Turki, Israel Berunding'

Menteri Luar Turki, Ahmet Davutogly pada 25 Nov lepas mengesahkan laporan tentang adanya perbincangan antara Turki dan Israel untuk memperbaiki hubungan dua hala mereka yang tercalar setelah serangan komando Israel terhadap Mavi Marmara yang mengorbankan 9 rakyat Turki pada 31 Mei 2010. Sebelum ini Turki dilihat sebagai hero umat Islam dalam menghadapi Israel, rupa-rupanya ..................

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Warga Israel Terbunuh

Seorang tentera Israel dan seorang awam terbunuh dalam serangan balas menggunakan roket oleh pejuang Palestin di wilayah Eshkol pada Selasa lalu.

Sementara itu, seorang terbunuh dan 25 cedera apabila sebuah bas meletup di Tel Aviv hari ini. Polis Israel berkata bahan letupan telah ditinggalkan oleh seseorang dan kemudian beredar dari situ. Ia kemudian diletupkan dengan alat kawalan jauh. Kumpulan Jihad Islam mendakwa bertanggung jawab.

 Image from twitter.com  @Vostvitzech

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Senjata Patut Dihantar Ke Gaza, Bukan Syria.

 Sayyed Nasrallah

Dalam satu kenyataan pada 19 Nov, setiausaha agung Hizbullah, Syed Hassan Nasrullah mengkritik negara-negara yang menghantar senjata untuk pemberontak Syria : " Di antara tugas terpenting adalah untuk membuka sempadan Gaza dan mengirim lebih banyak peluru berpandu kepada pejuang Palestin. Di mana negara-negara Arab yang menghantar senjata kepada pemberontak di Syria? Mereka tidak berani untuk mengirim walau satu 'tembakan' pun ke Gaza kerana di sana musuhnya adalah 'Israel'."

Monday, November 19, 2012

Roket Pejuang Palestin Dari Iran?

Begitulah teori dari perisikan  barat dan angkatan pertahanan Israel.

Fajr-5, peluru berpandu buatan Iran dipasang di Palestin selepas dihantar dari Iran melalui Sinai dan diseludup ke Gaza melalui terowong rahsia. Jihad Islam dan Hamas mendakwa membedil Israel menggunakan Fajr-5 tetapi menafikan menerimanya dari Iran, walaupun kedua-duanya merujuk Iran sebagai penyokong pejuang Palestin. 

''Kami menafikan menghantar Fajr-5 ke Palestin. Tuduhan ini cuba menggambarkan bahawa Pejuang Palestin adalah pertubuhan lemah yang tidak mampu menghasilkan senjata sendiri", demikian pegawai hal ehwal luar Iran sebagai berkata.

Menurut satu sumber perisikan Debkafile, sebuah kapal 150 tan bertolak dari pelabuhan Bandar Abbas pada Ahad 18 Nov, dengan membawa 220 buah peluru berpandu jarak dekat dan 50 buah Fajr-5 yang telah ditambah jarak sasarannya.

Pelabuhan Bandar Abbas

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Hamas Bedil Israel.


Gerakan pejuang Palestin Hamas berkata mereka telah melancarkan serangan roket ke atas Israel sebagai membalas operasi tentera zionis di Gaza yang telah mengorbankan sekurang-kurangnya 6 warga Gaza. 

Sayap bersenjata Hamas, briged Ezzedine al-Qassam mengaku melancarkan serangan tersebut. " Ini adalah jawapan kepada jenayah zionis..... ", jurucakap Hamas dipetik sebagai berkata.

A trail of smoke is seen after the launch of a rocket from the northern Gaza strip towards Israel on June 19. Photo by REUTERS/Amir Cohen
Jaluran asap yang kelihatan didakwa sebagai letupan roket Hamas.

Firemen Extinguishing Fire From Gaza Rocket
Gambar yang diragui kesahihannya yang datang dari sumber polis Israel- anggota bomba sedang memadam api akibat serangan roket Hamas.

Laporan video yang tidak dapat disahkan kerana dari sumber zionis.


Sunday, June 17, 2012

BBC Siar Gambar Palsu.


BBC News pada 27 Mei, telah menyiarkan berita tentang pembunuhan di Houla, Syria. Apa yang dipertikaikan, berita itu telah menggunakan gambar yang diambil oleh jurugambar Marco di Lauro. Gambar itu diambil Marco pada tahun 2003 di Al Musayyib, Iraq yang menunjukkan jenazah kanak-kanak Iraq.

Di bawah adalah sebahagian berita yang disiar BBC News dengan gambar tersebut.

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Tali Barut Mossad Dihukum Mati.


Seorang lelaki yang ditahan atas tuduhan mengintip untuk agensi perisikan Israel Mossad dan membunuh saintis nuklear Iran, telah dijatuhi hukuman mati di penjara Evin, Teheran.

Majid Jamali Fashi didapati bersalah membunuh Massoud Ali-Mohammadi pada Januari 2011.  Dia juga didapati bersalah menerima latihan dari Mossad di Israel dan upah $120000 untuk membunuh saintis tersebut. Dia juga mengaku menerima dokoumen palsu di lapangan terbang Heydar Aliyev, Azerbaijan untuk perjalanan ke Tel Aviv.

Monday, April 30, 2012

Terry Jones Bakar Al Quran Lagi.


Pastor dari US, Terry Jones sekali lagi telah membakar beberapa naskhah Al Quran di gereja Gainesville, Florida dan menuntut pembebasan pastor Youcef Nadarkhani yang dipenjara di Iran.

Terry Jones 
Beliau terkenal dengan kegilaannya membakar Al Quran.

Monday, April 23, 2012

Genap 32 Tahun Mimpi Ngeri Amerika.


24 April 1980, tarikh di mana kuasa kuffar Amerika menceroboh bumi Iran yang mana usaha itu berakhir dengan tragedi yang memalukan mereka. Ringkasnya seperti di bawah :

- misi : menyelamat dan membebaskan 52 tebusan di kedutaan Amerika di Teheran

- 8 helikopter terlibat. Dua terperangkap dalam ribut pasir yang mana satu darinya mendarat cemas dan satu lagi berpatah balik ke kapal pengangkut pesawat.

- selebih 6 helikopter berjaya mendarat di Desert One berhampiran padang pasir Tabas, yang merupakan pusat pertemuan pertama operasi yang diberi nama Operation Eagle Claw.

- dari 6 helikopter tersebut, satu mengalami kerosakan hidraulik. 

- oleh kerana operasi ini memerlukan sekurang2nya 6 helikopter, komander memberi arahan operasi dibatalkan atas persetujuan Jimmy Carter.

- dalam perjalanan balik, satu helikopter terlanggar pesawat pengangkut Hercules C-130 yang membawa bahan api dan 8 anggota tentera. Kedua2nya musnah terbakar dan kesemua 8 anggota tentera terbunuh. Bangkai pesawat dan mayat2 ditinggalkan di padang pasir.

 Ayatollah Khalkhali walks near the remains of the US marines killed in the crash in Tabas. April 1980, in the desert, not so far from the little town of Tabas (about 700 km – 430 miles – south of Tehran). After the debacle of the American helicopter raid “Eagle Claw”, aimed at rescuing the hostages. On 11 April 1980, about five months after the opening of the hostage crisis, US president Jimmy Carter assented to a secret military operation to rescue the hostages, despite the opposition of his secretary of state, Cyrus Vance, and in spite of the fears of the CIA of “heavy losses” among the hostages. Launched 24 April 1980, the raid was a total fiasco. Three of the eight helicopters were disabled in a send storm. A fourth collided with a troop transport plane, killing nine US marines. In the hasty departure ordered by Carter, their remains were left behind. It is their bodies that are seen here. Hasting to the site, Ayatollah Khalkhali (known as the “Hangman of the Revolution”), proceeded to conduct an inspection and took part in gathering up the bodies. On 25 April 1980, the White House announced that the raid had failed. Seen as a humiliation for the United States, the failure of the Tabas raid was greeted by the Iranian media as “the hand of God protecting us against the malevolence of the Great Satan”. (image by Manoocher)

Semoga pertolongan Allah Taala sentiasa bersama ummat Islam, sunni dan syiah.

Monday, April 9, 2012

Wajarkah Israel Campurtangan Isu Syria ?


Akhbar Israel Jerusalem Post secara online telah mengadakan undian untuk pembaca tentang kewajaran Israel untuk campurtangan dalam isu Syria. Yang menariknya, undian juga disertakan dengan alasan-alasannya sekali. Lihat pada alasan bagi undian YES, yang menggambarkan campurtangan isu Syria menguntungkan Israel. Tidak hairan kenapa US begitu cenderung untuk membantu pihak penentang kerajaan Syria.

Should Israel intervene in Syria?


US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was among world leaders and officials who met in Turkey to discuss supplying help for opposition forces fighting the government of Syria’s president, Bashar Assad.

ISTANBUL - The United States and dozens of other countries moved closer Sunday to direct intervention in the fighting in Syria, with Arab nations pledging $100 million to pay opposition fighters and the Obama administration agreeing to send communications equipment to help rebels organize and evade Syria’s military.
The moves reflected a consensus, at least among the officials who met here this weekend, that mediation efforts by the UN peace envoy, Kofi Annan, had failed to halt violence in Syria and that more forceful action was needed.
With Russia and China blocking measures that could open the way for military action by the United Nations, the countries lined up against the government of President Bashar Assad have sought to bolster Syria’s beleaguered opposition through means that seemed to stretch the definition of humanitarian assistance.
The offer to provide salaries and communications equipment to rebel fighters called the Free Syrian Army - with the hopes that the money might encourage government soldiers to defect, officials said - is bringing the loose “Friends of Syria’’ coalition to the edge of a proxy war against Assad’s government and its international supporters, principally Iran and Russia.
Direct assistance to the rebel fighters, even as Assad’s loyalists press on with a brutal crackdown, risked worsening a conflict that has already led to about 9,000 deaths and could plunge Syria into a protracted civil war.
“We would like to see a stronger Free Syrian Army,’’ Burhan Ghalioun, the leader of the Syrian National Council, a loose affiliation of exiled opposition leaders, told hundreds of world leaders and other officials gathered in Turkey. “All of these responsibilities should be borne by the international community.’’
Ghalioun did not directly address the financial assistance from the Arab countries - including Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates - but he added, “This is high noon for action.’’
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton told the conference that Assad had defied Annan’s efforts to broker an end to the fighting and begin a political transition. She said that new assaults began in Idlib and Aleppo provinces even after Assad publicly accepted the plan a week ago, which called for an immediate cease-fire followed by talks with the opposition.
“The world must judge Assad by what he does, not by what he says,’’ Clinton said in a statement to officials. “And we cannot sit back and wait any longer.’’
Since the Assad government pledged to respect a cease-fire, there have been daily reports of violence, including the shelling Sunday of the Khalidiyeh neighborhood in Homs and other areas of the city. Activists said the attacks killed more than two dozen people, the Associated Press reported.
Clashes were also reported in many areas of the Damascus suburbs, and activists reported government troops firing with heavy machine guns on several areas of the southern province of Daraa. The Local Coordinating Committees, a coalition of activist groups in Syria, claimed that 18 people had been summarily executed by government forces in the province.
Annan is scheduled to report Monday to the UN Security Council on the status of his peace plan.
The question of arming the rebels - as countries like Saudi Arabia and some members of Congress have called for - remains divisive because of the uncertainty of who exactly would receive them. Paying salaries to fighters blurs the line between lethal and nonlethal support. It was not clear whether the coalition would try to prevent the diversion of money to weapons purchases.
Molham Al Drobi, a member of the Syrian National Council, said that the opposition had pledges of $176 million in humanitarian aid and $100 million in salaries during three months for the fighters inside Syria. He said some money was already flowing to the fighters, including $500,000 last week through “a mechanism that I cannot disclose now.’’
He expressed dismay that the international community was not doing more to provide weapons that might even the odds against the Syrian government’s security forces. “Our people are killed in the streets,’’ he said on the sidelines of the conference. “If the international community prefers not to do it themselves, they should at least help us doing it by giving us the green light, by providing us the arms, or anything else that needs to be done.’’
Even so, as the fighting in Syria drags into a second year, the international involvement on behalf of Syria’s rebels - inside and outside the country - appears to be deepening.
Clinton announced an additional $12 million in humanitarian assistance for international agencies aiding the Syrians, bringing America’s total so far to $25 million, according to the US State Department.
She also confirmed for the first time that the United States was providing satellite communications equipment to help those inside Syria “organize, evade attacks by the regime,’’ and stay in contact with the outside world. And according to the Syrian National Council, the US assistance will include night-vision goggles.
“We are discussing with our international partners how best to expand this support,’’ she said.
The State Department’s goals for the meeting in Istanbul reflected the constraints facing the United States and other nations without broader international support for military intervention like that in Libya last year. Proposals to create buffer zones and humanitarian corridors have garnered little support, in part because of the lack of UN authorization and logistical difficulties.
The countries providing most of the money for salaries - Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates - have long been the fiercest opponents of Assad’s rule, reflecting the sectarian split in the Arab world between Sunnis and Shi’ites. Assad and his inner circle are Alawites, a Shi’ite minority offshoot in Syria that has nonetheless led political and economic life in a country with a majority Sunni population, as well as Christian and other smaller sectarian groups.
Turkey’s prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the host of Sunday’s meeting, urged the UN Security Council to act in the wake of Annan’s efforts, saying Syria’s leaders were using the initiative to buy time. “If the Security Council hesitates, there will be no option left except to support the legitimate right of the Syrian people to defend themselves.’’


Sunday, April 1, 2012

Pemuda Palestin Terkorban.

Seorang pemuda Palestin, Mahmoud Zakout, 20 tahun, terkorban ditembak tentera penceroboh Israel selepas menyertai 'Global March to Jerusalem.' Kejadian berlaku di sempadan Gaza berhampiran Beith Hanoun pada Jumaat lepas.

 Palestinian youth killed and dozens, including journalist injured in Gaza

Sunday, March 25, 2012

Bayi Palestin 7 Bulan Meninggal Dunia.

Mohamed Al-Hilou, 7 bulan meninggal dunia setelah alat bantuan pernafasan yang digunakan untuk membantunya bernafas tidak berfungsi akibat bekalan tenaga elektrik yang terputus.

Palestinian infant dies because of power cut

Friday, March 16, 2012

16 Penduduk Kampung Afghan Terkorban.

Seramai 16 orang penduduk kampung di Kandahar termasuk 9 kanak-kanak terkorban ditembak oleh apa yang didakwa pihak AS seorang anggota tenteranya. Walau bagaimanapun, saksi-saksi di kampung yang berhampiran mendakwa beberapa anggota tentera AS yang mabuk terlibat dengan pembunuhan itu.

'' Mereka kesemuanya mabuk dan menembak secara membabi-buta sambil tertawa," kata Agha Lala, seorang saksi dari kampung terbabit. Seorang lagi saksi, Haji Samad yang kehilangan 11 anggota keluarga dalam tragedi itu mendakwa mereka mencurah bahan kimia ke atas jenazah2 dan membakar mereka."

russia today

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Israel Mengganas ...

Zakariya Abu Eram, 17 tahun terkorban ditembak tentera Israel ketika mereka cuba menahan bapa saudaranya di perkampungan Yata, Tebing Barat pada 8 Mac. Semoga Allah merahmati allahyarham.

Jenazah Zakariya ditangisi.

Pada 9 Mac, 2 serangan udara telah dilancarkan Israel. Serangan pertama dari pesawat tanpa juruterbang menyasarkan sebuah kereta di barat Gaza. Zuheir al-Qessi, ketua Popular Resistance Committees dan rakannya Mahmud Hanani terkorban dalam serangan itu. Sumber dari Islamic Jihad menyatakan, Obeid al-Gharabli, Mohammed Harara, Hazem Qoureqa dan Shadi Seqali dari Briged al-Quds terkorban dalam serangan kedua.


Sehingga 9 Mac, 16 warga Palestin terkorban akibat serangan Israel.

Pada 11 Mac, 2 warga Palestin termasuk seorang kanak2 terkorban dalam serangan udara yang berasingan. Kanak2 tersebut dikenali sebagai Ayoub Assaleya, 12 tahun.

 Jenazah Ayoub sedang diusung.

Sehingga 12 Mac, angka korban serangan udara Israel meningkat kepada 23 orang.

Pada 14 Mac, seorang kanak2 Palestin terkorban setelah menderita akibat kecederaan serangan udara Israel yang membawa jumlah terkorban kepada 26 orang. Kanak2 itu dikenali sebagai Baraka Al-Mughrabi, 7 tahun.

Sementara itu, Perdana Menteri Israel Benjamin Netanyahu berkata Israel akan meneruskan melancarkan serangan udara ke atas Gaza selagi serangan itu dirasakan perlu.



Thursday, March 8, 2012

Mossad, Blackwater, CIA Di Sebalik Kebangkitan Rakyat Syria .. ?

Menurut laporan dari wartawan Arab Israa Al-Fass, Baba Amro (satu tempat di Syria) kini telah dikuasai oleh tentera Syria. Sekitar 700 orang yang bersenjata telah menyerah diri. Mereka memiliki kewarganegaraan Iraq, Lubnan, Afghan, Turki dan juga beberapa negara Eropah.

Salim Harba, seorang pakar strategik Syria berkata, tentera Syria menemui beberapa terowong dan peralatan senjata dari Israel, Eropah dan Amerika yang masih belum diuji ditemui termasuk grenade, teropong malam dan alat komunikasi. Stesen komunikasi juga didirikan berhampiran sempadan Lubnan untuk perhubungan antara pegawai memerintah di medan dengan pejabat penyelaras operasi di Doha, Qatar. Qatar telah berurusan dengan Israel dan Amerika bagi membekal senjata untuk pemberontak Syria yang mana akan dibiayai oleh negara2 Teluk. Pasukan keselamatan Syria mempunyai dokumen2 dan pengakuan2 yang akan membinasakan mereka yang terlibat dalam konspirasi menjatuhkan kerajaan Syria, tetapi tidak akan didedahkan buat masa ini.

Walau bagaimanapun, kesahihan berita ini belum dibuktikan. Jika dibuktikan benar, tidak hairan kenapa Republik Islam Iran menyebelahi Syria.

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

2 Kanak2 Palestin Terbunuh.

2 kanak-kanak Palestin terbunuh di Tebing Barat pada 6 Mac lalu. Mereka terkorban setelah bermain dengan  bahan letupan yang masih hidup di lapangan sasar tentera Israel. Pihak Israel sengaja meninggalkan bahan2 letupan itu bagi menyebabkan kecelakaan orang Palestin.

Friday, March 2, 2012

Tentera US DiBunuh.

Dua tentera AS terbunuh dipercayai dibunuh oleh seorang tentera dan seorang awam Afghan di Kandahar. Sabtu lepas, dua pegawai senior tentera US ditembak mati di Kementerian Dalam Negeri Afghanistan. Sekurang-kurangnya 5 tentera Nato sudah terbunuh semenjak terjumpanya naskhah2 Al Quran yang sudah dibakar di pengkalan tentera Nato, yang mencetuskan kemarahan ummat Islam.