Over 1,000 Takfiris Arrived in Yemen to Join ISIL, Fight Againt Ansarullah

Over 1,000 militants have arrived in the Yemeni city of Aden to join the Daesh Takfiri terrorists in the war-torn country and fight against the Houthi Ansarullah fighters.

“Hundreds of armed militants who came from other provinces of Yemen and from abroad started their training in the Salah al-Din camp in Aden,” an unnamed Yemeni security source said on Wednesday.

The Yemeni source said that the exact number of the reinforcements is not yet known but approximately between 1,500 to 2,000 militants have come to the southern port city to fight alongside the terror group.

He added that during the past few days a number of airplanes with hundreds of militants aboard had landed at the city’s airport “under condition of high secrecy and reinforced security.”

On Tuesday, the spokesman of the Syrian Armed Forces, Brigadier General Ali Mayhoub, said that two planes from Turkey, one from the United Arab Emirates, and another from Qatar had transported 500 Daesh terrorists fleeing from Syria to an airport in Aden.

According to Mayhoub, these militants, transported from Syria to save them from Russian airstrikes, are supposed to take part in a ground operation against Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah fighters.

“[Daesh] militants were met by officers from the Saudi-led coalition, who took them out of the [Yemeni] airport in three groups,” he further said, adding that two groups were taken to two locations in Yemen and a third one was sent to the Saudi provinces of Asir and Jizan, in the south and southeast, respectively.

Ansarullah fighters allied with Yemen’s army units are resisting against the unabated Saudi military aggression on the war-torn country.

Yemen has been under Saudi airstrikes on a daily basis since the regime in Riyadh launched its military aggression against the impoverished nation on March 26, in a bid to undermine the Houthi Ansarullah movement and restore power to the fugitive former president, Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi, a staunch ally of Riyadh.

About 7,000 people have lost their lives in the Saudi air raids, and a total of nearly 14,000 people have been injured since the beginning of the Saudi aggression.


Nigerian army rescues 338 captives held by Boko Haram

Nigerian soldiers have rescued over 330 people, mainly women and children, held hostage by Takfiri Boko Haram terrorist group in a large military operation in the country’s troubled northeastern state of Borno.

The Nigerian army said in a statement on Wednesday that the captives, who included 138 women and 192 children, were freed during a raid on “suspected Boko Haram terrorist camps at Bulajilin and Manawashe villages” on the edge of the Sambisa forest, a major stronghold of the militants in northeast Nigeria.

The army troops “rescued 338 persons that were held captive by the terrorists” in the Tuesday operation, according to the statement.

The statement added that the freed hostages have been moved to a camp for displaced persons in Mubi in nearby Adamawa state.

The military also killed 30 Boko Haram militants, and seized their arms and ammunition during the operation.

The developments come as the UK-based rights group Amnesty International said more than 2,000 women and children have been kidnapped by the Takfiri terrorist group since January 2014, with many of them becoming victims of sexual violence.

Boko Haram began its militancy against the government of Nigeria in 2009. The violence has spilled over into Nigeria’s neighboring countries. Soldiers from Nigeria, Chad, Cameroon, and Niger have been battling the terrorists in recent months.

Rights groups say 17,000 people have been killed in the violence fueled by Boko Haram Takfiris.


Saudi, Bahraini governors agents of US, Israel

“we have understand from the Quran and narrations that we must help the oppressed, even though the House of Saud interferes in such actions.,” Ayatollah Nouri-Hamadani stated.

In a meeting with teachers and faculty members of Tehran’s Amin Police University, Grand Ayatollah Hoseyn Nouri-Hamadani stated that God Almighty granted mankind talents and social responsibilities and the Prophet Muhammad said that “one who passes the day without caring about the affairs of Muslims is not a Muslim.”
His Eminence explained that the House of Saud and House of Khalifah in Bahrain openly support Islam and the Quran and the House of Saud calls itself the “Custodians of the Two Holy Shrines,” but in reality, they are the agents of the United States and Israel and are their allies.

He said the aim of the House of Saud, the Americans and their Zionist allies is nothing but to sow discord between Muslims and for this reason, they created various Takfiri fronts and open battlefields for the Zionists to wage their wars, while they print Quran’s and give them as gifts, even though God has warned Muslims against taking Jews and Christians as guardians.

Ayatollah Nouri-Hamadani said that we cannot be indifferent to these actions as we have understand from the Quran and narrations that we must help the oppressed, even though the House of Saud interferes in such actions.

The renowned source of emulation stated that by spreading Islamophobia and Iranophobia, the enemies seek to regain the domination that they had over the disadvantaged and weak before the Iranian Islamic Revolution. They considered these people as their servants but with the advent of the Revolution, a scholar, mystic and warrior named Imam Ruhollah Khomeini dismantled their tools and this Islamic Revolution spread to other countries and woke these oppressors up from their slumber.

“Indeed other revolutions originated from the Iranian Revolution,” he said.


Death Sentence of Ayatollah Nimr, Historic Mistake by Saudis

Chairman of Iran’s Expediency Council Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani said that Saudi rulers have made a “historic” mistake by upholding the death sentence of prominent Shiite cleric Sheikh Nimr Baqir al-Nimr.

“Saudi Arabia’s rulers, besides their mistake in invading Yemen, have recently made another historic mistake by upholding the execution sentence of Ayatollah Nimr,” Ayatollah Rafsanjani said on Wednesday.

This would have serious consequences for the Saudi regime, he added, urging Saudi rulers not to carry out the verdict.

“If Saudi Arabia’s rulers stop hasty and vindictive behaviors and act wisely, Iran is ready to cooperate (with Riyadh) in helping reinforce regional security and restore political and security stability to the Muslim world,” Ayatollah Rafsanjani added.

Sheikh Nimr was detained in July 2012 following demonstrations that erupted in Qatif region. He is accused of delivering anti-regime speeches and defending political prisoners.

His arrest sparked widespread protests in the Arab country, leaving several people dead.

Last October, Sheikh Nimr’s family reported that a Saudi judge has found him guilty of “sedition” and sentenced him to death.

A couple of days ago, a Saudi appeals court upheld the death sentence, referring his case to King Salman’s office.

Activists say there are over 30,000 political prisoners in Saudi Arabia.

International human rights organizations have criticized Saudi Arabia for failing to address the rights situation in the kingdom. They say Saudi Arabia has persistently implemented repressive policies that stifle freedom of expression, association and assembly.


Blackburn Library in England to host major conference on Islamophobia

Blackburn Library, which is located in town hall street, Lancashire North West England, is to host a major conference on Islamophobia next month.

The Blackburn working group of national organization Muslim Engagement and Development, known as MEND, organizes the evening seminar, which will take place on Friday, November 20.

A cross-section of influential East Lancashire Muslims, community leaders, local businesses, women’s groups, cohesion groups and other significant community figures will attend the conference.

It marks November being Islamophobia Awareness Month. Keynote speaker will be Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw.

Also speaking at the event will be Josh Durham from Victims’ Voice and MEND Chief Executive Sufyan Ismail.
MEND is a specialist Muslim organization dedicated to tackle and educate the general public on Islamophobia.

It also advocates in Westminster, and works on grass roots community empowerment across the UK and in the European Union.

MEND gave oral testimony in the Leveson Inquiry on press ethics, it sits on the crown prosecution service’ national hate crime sub-panel, and works with police forces across the UK to reduce the number of Islamophobic attacks.


Saudi Warplanes target Bus Carrying Employees in Yemen

Saudi Arabia launched airstrike on a bus carrying employees in Yemen, killing at least 13 people on Thursday.

The bus was hit on the road linking the city of Ta’izz with the capital, Sana’a, on Thursday. Fourteen people were also wounded in the attack.

Saudi fighter jets have also targeted a mosque and a house in the Saqayn district of the northwestern province of Sa’ada.

On Wednesday, Saudi fighter jets pounded the Yemeni province of Sa’ada, leaving 19 civilians dead, including women and children.

Earlier reports said Saudi Arabia launched air raids on the Province of Sa’ada, killing at least 7 civilians.

Seven civilians, including women and children, were killed in Saudi airstrikes in Razih district in Sa’ada on Wednesday.

Saudi Arabia has been striking Yemen for 218 days now to restore power to fugitive president Mansour Hadi, a close ally of Riyadh. The Saudi-led aggression has so far killed at least 6,914 Yemenis, including hundreds of women and children.

Hadi stepped down in January and refused to reconsider the decision despite calls by Ansarullah revolutionaries of the Houthi movement.

Despite Riyadh’s claims that it is bombing the positions of the Ansarullah fighters, Saudi warplanes are flattening residential areas and civilian infrastructures.


Russia: ISIS militants access to chemical weapons production

Russian Foreign Ministry said ISIS terrorists have taken possession of production of chemical weapons, calling for investigating on cases of using these weapons in Syria and Iraq.

“In the ISIS case, this is already not only the use of chlorine for military purposes, what Damascus is usually accused of, although there has been no proof yet,” Director of Russian Foreign Ministry’s Department for non-proliferation and arms control Mikhail Ulyanov was quoted as saying.

“There are facts against ISIS on the use of real chemical weapons – mustard agent, and possibly, lewisite the production of which demands use of rather complex technologies,” he added.

He pointed out that “All data show that ISIS group has indeed gained access to technologies of manufacturing chemical weapons,” highlighting that “A lot of facts of use of chemical weapons on the territory of Syria and Iraq by ISIS terrorists have been already registered.”

Ulyanov expressed regrets that the UN Security Council has not so far condemned these facts “first of all due to the position of our Western partners”, reiterating that Russia has repeatedly insisted on the respective response.

“The mandate of the joint activity of the UN and the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) on investigating the cases of the suspected use of chemical weapons in Syria could be extended for the territory of Iraq,” he said, adding that “There has been no decision in this regard yet, but we have already prepared and put the draft resolution on the UN Security Council’s table several weeks ago.”


UN Chief Calls on Saudi Arabia to Stop Execution of Sheikh al-Nimr

Speaking at the UN headquarters in New York, Ban’s spokesmen, Stephane Dujarric, said that during a phone call the UN chief had asked Saudi King Salman to overturn the death sentence against the Shiite religious leader.

Sheikh Nimr was detained in July 2012 following demonstrations that erupted in Qatif region. He is accused of delivering anti-regime speeches and defending political prisoners.

His arrest has sparked widespread protests in the Arab country, leaving several people dead.

Last October, Sheikh Nimr’s family reported that a Saudi judge has found him guilty of “sedition” and sentenced him to death.

Ali Mohammed Baqir al-Nimr, the cleric’s nephew, has also been sentenced to death over his alleged role in anti-regime protests in 2012, when he was 17 years old.


ISIS beheads 30 Iraqis including officers and women in Mosul

A local source in Nineveh revealed on Wednesday, that the ISIS has beheaded 30 people, including officers and women, in central Mosul.

“ISIS beheaded, this evening, 30 people, including army officers and seven women,” adding that “the execution took place in al-Ghabat area in downtown Mosul,” the source said.

The source, who asked anonymity, added: “The so-called Nineveh judge issued a sentence against them on charges of treason and assisting the government with information.”


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