Author: abu-anees

Israeli spyware linked to Khashoggi murder

A spying software Pegasus sold by an Israeli secretive company to Saudi Arabia at a cost of $55 million  was used to spy on mobile communication between Jamal Khashoggi and his friend, a Saudi dissident based in Canada, Omar Abdul Aziz. Khashoggi during his WhatsApp messaging was very critical of Crown Prince Mohammad bin Sulman calling him “beast” and Pac-man” who would “devour” all in his path. It is thought that this infuriated MBS so much that he authorised Khashoggi’s brutal murder in the Saudi Embassy in Istanbul by his death squad. The CIA has finally concluded that Khashoggi’s...

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Erdogan win at Turkish elections

The elections held on Sunday 24 June 2018, the Turkish leader in power for the last 15 years, Recep Tayyip Erdogan has won 52.5 percent of the votes to become the country’s first executive president with significantly increased powers under constitutional amendments approved in a referendum last year. Under this US style presidential system, he will be able to appoint vice presidents, ministers, high-level officials and senior judges, as well as dissolve parliament and impose a state of emergency. Mr Erdogan’s Justice and Development Party (AK) achieved 42.5 % of the vote with 295 seats in the parliament while...

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Liberman calls critics of Israel as “anti-Semitic supporters of terror”

While Israeli snipers continue to kill and maim unarmed Palestinians, The Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor Liberman has reacted to the cancellation of football match between Argentina and Israel in Jerusalem by saying that Argentina’s players “could not stand up to the pressure that Israel-haters are inciting” and “we will not give into these anti-Semitic supporters of terror.” A Palestinian youth, Ezzadin Tamimi was shot dead by an Israeli soldier on Wednesday 6 June in the West Bank on suspicion of throwing stones. Eye witnesses  said paramedics were prevented from treating Tamimi as he bled out from his wounds. Israel has now passed a...

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Sheikh Shady sues Newscorp

In a press release dated 16 June 2017, the Australian National Imams Council (ANIC) says that a defamation case has been launched by the ANIC President against  Newscorp. ANIC President, Sheikh Shady Alsuleiman has commenced legal action against Nationwide News Pty Limited in the Federal Court of Australia for defamation. “Nationwide News, in June 2016 published articles carrying several highly defamatory and completely false imputations alleging, among other matters, that the Sheikh preached hate towards others,” Sheikh Shady said. He said that he was highly disappointed by Nationwide News’ repeated attempts to maliciously defame him in several articles published...

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Fake Sheikh Tawhidi exposed, banned by Facebook

The self-styled “Imam” Mohammad Tawhidi has been exposed on ABC Media Watch Episode 15 aired on Monday 22 May 2017. However, he continues to enjoy the status of being the darling of the conservative media who widely air his Islamophobic rants. Media Watch concluded, “Now we’re not saying Tawhidi has no right to his opinions. But the media really should not be giving him a megaphone. Nor should they be presenting him as a voice of reason and the Imam of Peace, when it’s clear that some of his views are divisive, offensive, abusive and just plain crazy.” Ironically...

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