Archive for November, 2012


Sunday, November 25th, 2012

Iran  Contractor   was celebrate ceremony in  karbala 

According my source “he said”

Our enemies’ faces change,

their language changes, their libels against us remain unchanged

i talk ‘ yes of course is because of you ..

own enemy not our enemy …

get reality don’t  look back

we cant change the past but we can change the  future

next , its time to wake the incredible future  …!

To be continue ……

Malaysian police accused of gang rape

Monday, November 12th, 2012




THREE policemen have been accused of gang-raping an Indonesian woman at a police station in a northern Malaysian town.

Lau Chiek Tuan, a local politician, says the 25-year-old woman came to his office in the town of Prai just hours after the alleged rape on Friday.

Lau said on Sunday he had held a press conference where the woman claimed the three officers in a patrol car stopped a taxi she boarded from a shopping mall in the town of Prai early Friday morning.

“They asked to look at her passport, but when she produced a photocopy, they still took her to the police station. It was just an excuse to bring her in.

“She could identify the three cops who raped her in a room where there was a mattress. I don’t know for what reason there is a mattress in a police station,” he added.

However, he said the woman did not want to be identified and she could not be immediately contacted.

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News reports cited Penang police chief Abdul Rahim Hanafi as confirming that three policemen were remanded for a week on Friday night and suspended from duty pending investigations.

“We will make sure that the policemen will not be protected if the allegation turns out to be true,” he was quoted as saying by the New Straits Times newspaper on Sunday.

AFP could not reach Abdul Rahim for comment.

The woman, a restaurant worker, was also quoted by the English daily as saying she was scared and “had no other choice but to have sex with the three policemen”.

According to newspaper the Star, she said she was warned “not to tell anyone about the incident” after they sent her back to her home.

Malaysian police are already under fire from rising crime fears as personal tales of abduction, assault and robbery go viral online, triggering scrutiny of official claims that offences have reduced significantly in recent years.

Malaysia Police Detain 3 Officers Accused of Raping Indonesian Worker

Monday, November 12th, 2012

Malaysian Police have suspended and temporarily detained three officers accused of gang-raping an Indonesian woman working illegally in the country, an Indonesian official said on Monday.

“Since the start [when the report was filed on Friday], they have been suspended from work,” Suryana Sastradiredja, spokesman of the Indonesian embassy in Kuala Lumpur, told the Jakarta Globe on Monday.

“They have also been temporarily detained for seven days for questioning. In Malaysian terms it’s called ‘direman.’”

According to Suryana, the 25 year-old Indonesian woman was allegedly raped by the three policemen from Balai Polis Prai in Negeri Pulau Pinang on Friday.

The victim told Suryana that she was about to go home with her boyfriend when the three police officers demanded her to show her immigration documents. The victim could only show her passport, but was not in possession of a working permit or a temporary residence permit. She has been in Malaysia since 2011.

The policemen then took her to police station, where they allegedly took turns raping her.

Suryana said that two of the three alleged perpetrators were still under the mandatory probation period as new police officers.

“They are still very young,” Suryana said, refusing to identify further the alleged perpetrators. “The other one could not be said as young.”

The Indonesian Embassy also filed a formal complaint on Monday.
“We filed an informal complaint yesterday [Sunday] as the office was closed, but today we sent the official complaint. The protest note was sent by the ambassador to the Malaysian government. We demanded a transparent investigation into the case.”

Malaysian Police Criminal Investigation Department Chief Mazlan Kesah said on Sunday, as quoted by, that the Indonesian government need not worry as the investigation process would be thorough and fair, and that the alleged perpetrators would not be protected even though they were police officers.
“After the completion of the investigation, we will send the report to the deputy public prosecutor for further action,” he was quoted as saying.

Israel has Ready to Brother gaza

Sunday, November 11th, 2012


Jerusalem (TAN) – Israel’s military chief Benny Gantz Let.Jen will decide what to do after Palestinian militants fired an anti-tank missile into a military jeep patrolling the Gaza border, Saturday night (10/11).


TAN reported fourth Infantry soldiers were wounded when the missile hit an armored jeep when the vehicle was used for routine patrol along the border fence in the northern Gaza Strip, the army said in a statement sent to Xinhua.

A military helicopter evacuated two soldiers who suffered serious injuries to the Soroka Medical Center in Beersheba. Two more soldiers suffered minor injuries and was and taken to a hospital in the coastal city of Ashkelon, according to Israel’s Channel 2 TV station.

Israeli bombs and tanks fired heavy machine guns in the direction of a suspected militant hideouts used in the south and east of the Gaza Strip, including targets in settlements Sa `ajiya and Zeitoun, according to the Chinese news agency, Xinhua.

Several rockets fired from the Gaza Strip to the town of Sderot, southern Israel, and the Board of Sha `ar Hanegev Regional shortly after the incident. Sound air-raid warning sounded to alert residents in one of the settlements in order to seek refuge in shelters, according to Channel 2.


Yemen tribal chief with ‘Qaeda ties’ under house arrest

Sunday, November 11th, 2012


ADEN: Yemeni tribal chief Tareq al-Fadhli, in the spotlight for his alleged ties to al Qaeda, has been placed under house arrest in the port city of Aden, according to a local official and a tribal leader.

The announcement came late Saturday just hours after two of Fadhli’s aides were killed in clashes with pro-army militiamen who have been surrounding his home in the southern province of Abyan since last week.

“Fadhli has been transferred with his family to Aden under the protection of the army,” said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

Tribal leader and militia commander Hussein al-Waheshi said tribal mediators “secured a deal for the transfer of Fadhli to Aden where he will live under house arrest.”

On November 5, hundreds of the militiamen, known as the Popular Resistance Committees who fought alongside the Yemeni army to oust al Qaeda from southern towns last May, surrounded Fadhli’s home.

They wanted the known warlord, who has fought in Afghanistan, to turn himself into the police.

Waheshi had earlier said the local security committee agreed that Fadhli should “surrender to the public prosecutor who issued an arrest warrant last month over threats to kill leaders of the (southern) Socialist Party.”

Al Qaeda militants took advantage of the weakness of Yemen’s central government during an uprising last year against now ousted president Ali Abdullah Saleh to seize large swathes of territory in the south, including Zinjibar and other Abyan towns.

But after a month-long offensive in May launched by Yemeni troops, most militants fled to more lawless desert regions of the east.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

Saturday, November 10th, 2012


MONTREAL: Luis Moreno-Ocampo, the International Criminal Court’s former prosecutor, said Friday that world leaders had a “good case” for asking Nato to prepare a warrant to arrest Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

Moreno-Ocampo, an Argentine lawyer who was the ICC’s first prosecutor, said given “it was absolutely clear” that as Syria’s commander-in-chief Assad’s forces had killed civilians, Nato could execute such a warrant.

He told Canadian broadcaster CBC such a warrant, carried out by both international and Syrian forces, was “one possible solution to the problem” of Assad, but the world community must first reach a consensus on Syria.

“We can have a new, more innovative approach, combining justice and a real effort to implement the warrant and then (have) negotiations at the same time,” Moreno-Ocampo told CBC, as long as Assad had the presumption of innocence.

Such a move would force Assad to negotiate, the former judge said, and possibly achieve a breakthrough in the near 20-month uprising, but he noted that the shadow of “regime change” hung over world leaders, noting that the protection of civilians was the official reason for Nato intervention in Libya.

In the end, however, Colonel Muammar Qadhafi was ousted from power following international military action.

Moreno-Ocampo, who left the ICC earlier this year, said he was not in favour of military action in Syria, noting it “was not a good idea.”


Saturday, November 10th, 2012


Saturday, November 10th, 2012

David PetraeusBy JOSEPH FITSANAKIS | |
►►How did Petraeus’ affair come to light? CIA Director David Petraeus resigned after a probe into whether someone else was using his email. The probe eventually led to the discovery that he was having an extramarital affair, according to The Wall Street Journal, which cites “several people briefed on the matter”. An FBI inquiry into the use of Petraeus’s Gmail account led agents to believe the woman or someone close to her had sought access to his email. An extramarital affair has significant implications for an official in a highly sensitive post, such as that held by Petraeus, because it can open an official to blackmail.
►►Who did Petraeus have an affair with? The woman with whom General David Petraeus was having an affair is Paula Broadwell, a West Point graduate and the author of a recent hagiographic book about him…

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Deat Oh Death ! IN ALLEPO

Saturday, November 10th, 2012

Terrorist : Zaur Islamov
Nationality: Azerbaijan .
Age : 37

He was killed in Aleppo



Friday, November 9th, 2012