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Fwd: [bangla-vision] Peoples Revolution - Islamic Awakening - British Interference in Egypt slammed

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Bahrain MPs resign to protest bloodshed
Sun Feb 27, 2011 2:17PM
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Shia pro-democracy protesters rally in the Bahraini capital, Manama on February 27, 2011.
Lawmakers from the largest parliamentary bloc in Bahrain have protested at the government-ordered bloodshed of pro-democracy protesters by staging a mass departure.

On Sunday, 18 members of the Shia opposition faction of al-Wefaq officially resigned from the parliament, saying, "We are no longer affiliated with this council (Parliament), which did not lift a finger in front of these massacres," AFP reported.

2011/02/26  01:49

Tens of Thousands Bahraini Demonstrated on Friday Feb. 25 / Photos
Waving Bahrain's flag and chanting anti-government slogans, protesters from all over the Persian Gulf littoral state are heading toward Pearl Square in Manama, the epicenter of the movement, on Friday, the 12th consecutive day of pro-democracy protests in Bahrain.

Islamic revolution gets Muslims out of lethargy
"The Islamic revolution got Muslims out of lethargy," said the Faculty Member of the Institute of Islamic Culture and Thought.

2011/02/27  03:50

Security Council Refers Muammar Gaddafi To International Criminal Court: UN
The United Nations Security Council's unanimous resolution referring Libya to the International Criminal Court (ICC) sends a strong signal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi and his commanders, as well as other governments in the region, that the international community will not tolerate the vicious repression of peaceful protesters, Human Rights Watch said today.

2011/02/27  03:34

Egypt Muslim Brothers slams UK arrogance
A senior member of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood political party has denounced the UK's arrogance and the British officials' interference in Egypt's domestic affairs.

2011/02/27  03:32

Deaths in Oman protests

At least two people killed in industrial town of Sohar as police clash with anti-government demonstrators.
Last Modified: 27 Feb 2011 14:41 GMT
Oman has seen demonstrations, but protesters have emphasised their loyalty to Sultan Qaboos [Reuters]

At least two people have been killed in an industrial town in Oman, after police fired rubber bullets on anti-government protesters.

The military moved in to secure an area in the town of Sohar on Sunday where demonstrators had gathered to demand political reforms, according to witnesses reported by the Reuters news agency.

"Two were killed after being shot with rubber bullets as protesters attempted to storm a police station," a security official said requesting anonymity.

Buildings on fire amid Oman clashes
Sun Feb 27, 2011 1:30PM
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Anti-government protests in the Omani capital of Muscat
Following clashes between Omani security forces and anti-government protesters, a police station and a government building have been set on fire.

The confrontation erupted on Sunday in the northern industrial city of Sohar, where more than 2,000 demonstrators had taken to the streets, Reuters reported.

Two people have been killed and around five others injured. Omani forces say rubber bullets caused the deaths.

Yemenis insist on Saleh's ouster
Sun Feb 27, 2011 6:1AM
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Pro-democracy protesters hold up a poster depicting Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh as Adolf Hitler, during a rally outside Sana'a University.
Hundreds of thousands of Yemeni pro-democracy protesters have taken to streets of the capital Sana'a, demanding for President Ali Abdullah Saleh to step down from his 32-year rule.

Yemenis gathered near the University of Sana'a on Saturday as pro-democracy protesters showed no sign of abating from their primary demand for a regime change in the poor Arab country.

"The people demand the regime to step down," the demonstrators shouted.

"We are not intimidated by thugs" and "We do not fear the sounds of canons," they chanted.

Tunisian police kill three protesters
Sun Feb 27, 2011 9:53AM
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Tunisian pro-democracy protesters
Fresh clashes between protesters and security forces in Tunisia have left at least three people dead and nine others injured as demonstrations continue against the country's interim government.

Violent clashes broke out late Saturday after Tunisian security forces used tear gas to disperse thousands of pro-democracy protesters that had gathered in front of the Interior Ministry in the capital Tunis, Xinhua reported.

According to witnesses, shots were exchanged between protesters and police in central Tunis until late in the evening. Helicopters were also seen circling over the Tunisian capital.

"Go home... I'll show you what democracy is," one of the police officers was heard shouting through a cloud of tear gas.

Libyan protesters control oil fields
Libyan protesters have gained control over the country's oil fields as thousands of Libyans, demanding the ouster of Muammar Gaddafi's regime, are advancing towards the capital Tripoli, reports say.

2011/02/27  01:25

Top Sunni Cleric Says Libyan Regime Has Lost Legitimacy
The leader of Al-Azhar, one of Sunni Islam's oldest universities and mosques, on Saturday urged Libyan soldiers to reject orders to kill civilians, saying the North African country's regime has lost all legitimacy, dpa reported.

2011/02/27  23:29

Raleigh mosque spends a day with non-Muslims
On Saturday, the call for Asr, the third prayer of the day, rang out over the loudspeaker at the Islamic Center of Raleigh's open house. Then an atypical moment took place: A large group of non-Muslims witnessed about 100 followers of Islam pay homage to Allah.

2011/02/27  23:49

Union of Muslim Students in Algeria Backs Libyan Revolution
The Union of Muslim Students in Algeria strongly condemned the recent crimes committed by Gaddafi regime in Lybia.

2011/02/27  23:38

Israelis Bomb Gaza Mosque / Photos
Israeli jets early Saturday, Feb 27, bombed two training camps in the southern town of Khan Yunis and the Nuseirat refugee camp in central Gaza and destroyed a Palestinian mosque.

2011/02/27  22:36

Bahraini Top Shia Cleric "Hassan Mushaima" on Lulu Roundabout, Thousands went to welcome him Feb. 26 / Photos
Bahraini Top Shia Cleric "Hassan Mushaima" on Lulu Roundabout, Thousands went to welcome him / Photos

2011/02/27  21:54

4 Video: Chicago Rally for Libya 02/26/2011

2011/02/27  19:18

Iran says ready to send humanitarian aid to Libya
Iran's Foreign Ministry says Tehran supports the Libyan people's movement and announces the Islamic Republic's readiness to send humanitarian aid to the North African country.

2011/02/27  19:53

Gaddafi's Wife, Daughter and Wives of Two His Sons Fled to Vienna (Urgent)
According to Al Alam TV, Gaddafi's wife, daughter and wives of two his sons fled to Vienna.

2011/02/27  18:39

Sheikh Ali Salman : Bahrainis want 'elected government'
The head of Bahrain's al-Wefaq party says the opposition only welcomes dialogues that will lead to the establishment of an elected government.

2011/02/26  06:34

Ahl-ul-Quran TV to Be Officially Launched
A new satellite channel featuring Quranic programs is to be launched in the near future, an official with the World Foundation for Quran Memorization said.

Iran to build advanced fighter jet: commander

TEHRAN, Feb. 27 (Xinhua) -- The Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force has launched a project to design and build the country's most advanced fighter jet, the English language satellite Press TV reported Sunday.

Brigadier General Mohammadreza Karshki, a senior Iranian Air force commander, said Saturday that the Iranian Air Force is cooperating with the Defense Ministry in the project, which is now in the initial stages.

The new fighter jet is similar to the U.S.-built F/A-18, while its appearance is similar to F-5E/F Tiger II, according to Press TV.

Imam Mahdi (A.S.) in Sihah Sitah

How Long Will the Hidden Imam Live?

Muslims "must" unite all over the World
and pray for the appearance of al Mahdi (r.a.) the Savior of mankind
descendant of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.


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