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Docs Show Tehran’s Cold-Blooded Response to US Missile Threat

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Saudileaks 27: Docs Show Tehran's Cold-Blooded Response to US Missile Threat
TEHRAN (FNA)- A US missile threat to Iran failed to intimidate or even move Tehran officials, shows one of the documents released by the Yemen Cyber Army after it hacked the Saudi Foreign Ministry in May.

The Saudi Foreign Ministry was hacked by the Yemen Cyber Army in May, and a copy of its information was sent to FNA and another one to the whistleblower website WikiLeaks.

One of the documents released by the YCA is a letter from the Saudi embassy in Tehran to the former Saudi Foreign Minister, Saud al-Faisal, in which the envoy informs Riyadh that the now former Iraqi Army Chief of Staff, Babaker Zebari, has traveled to Iran to deliver a message of threat from the US.

According to the cable, the Unites State had invited the now former Iraqi foreign minister, Hushyar Zebari, to visit a US Army Base in Qatar.

The letter says that the US army had even sent a plane to Baghdad to make sure that the Iraqi delegation would pay the visit.

The document says Zebari realizes the real intention behind the US invitation as soon as he arrives at the base, where the top US military commanders have given him a tour of their missiles all aimed at Iran and ready to launch, and then asked him to warn Tehran not to mess with their plans in the region following their complete pull-out from Iraq in December 2011.

The Iraqi foreign minister has apparently asked the country’s Army Chief of Staff Babaker Zebari to take the message to Iran.

“But, Zebari has been given a cold-blooded response in Tehran,” adds the letter.

“We already knew the direction of their missiles,” the Tehran officials have told the Iraqi top commander, according to the letter.


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Late in May, the Yemen Cyber Army released a portion of the information and documents that it had gained in its recent cyber attack on Saudi Arabia’s Foreign, Interior and Defense Ministries.

The Yemen Cyber Army announced that it has hacked the website, servers and archives of Saudi Arabia’s Foreign, Interior and Defense ministries and would release thousands of these top secret documents.

The group claimed that it “has gained access to the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) network and have full control over more than 3000 computers and servers, and thousands of users. We also have access to the emails, personal and secret information of hundreds of thousands of their staff and diplomats in different missions around the world”.

The hackers’ statement, which said the cyber army has also attacked the Saudi Interior and Defense ministries and vowed to release their details later, was carried by several globally known hackers websites.

Following the hack in May, the Yemen Cyber Army sent a copy of its information to FNA and another one to the whistleblower website WikiLeaks.

“WikiLeaks released over 60,000 documents on Friday and vowed to release the rest in coming weeks, but we plan to release the documents in separate news items since many of them contain the names of foreign nationals who have demanded visit to Saudi Arabia, for example for Hajj pilgrimage, and their names have been mentioned among the Saudi agents. Thus releasing the list of names and documents might hurt innocent individuals who have done nothing, but applied for visa at a Saudi embassy for doing Hajj pilgrimage,” FNA English Editor-in-Chief Seyed Mostafa Khoshcheshm said.

“The number of the documents is way beyond the 500,000 that has been announced by WikiLeaks, but they need to be checked first to make sure that they do not contain misleading information and are not harmful to innocent people,” he added.

 

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Cables Show Riyadh’s Strenuous Efforts to Sabotage Iran’s Ties with Other States

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SaudiLeaks 28: Cables Show Riyadh's Strenuous Efforts to Sabotage Iran's Ties with Other States
TEHRAN (FNA)- The documents released by the Yemen Cyber Army after it hacked the Saudi Foreign Ministry in May show that Saudi Arabia has made extensive attempts to hatch plots to undermine Iran’s clout or damage its relations with other world nations.

The Saudi Foreign Ministry was hacked by the Yemen Cyber Army in May, and a copy of its information was sent to FNA and another one to the whistleblower website WikiLeaks.

The documents released by the YCA show that the Saudis feel deeply worried by Iran’s smallest moves from expansion of formal ties to humanitarian aid or good-will gestures, and then they attempt to trouble Iran’s policies and actions in all the political, scientific, cultural and trade arenas in every part of the world, from Pakistan, Tatarstan, Yemen, Djibouti, Egypt and Burkina Faso to Mexico and Argentina, and to Malaysia, Myanmar and Thailand. The papers show that the Saudi embassies in the world countries report every single move Iran makes to Riyadh and present some proposals on how to trouble Iran’s moves, attempts that mostly fail.

The documents show that many Saudi aids to other world nations are not meant to assist them, but to prevent their inclination towards Iran. They also show that the moves made by Riyadh are sometimes adopted through plots to start provocation and tension in third-party states.

The cultural and religious issues constitute a major part of Saudi Arabia’s concerns wherever third-party nations welcome Iran’s spiritual messages.

Some of these documents are covered in this report.

Argentina:

Based on this document, the Saudi embassy in Buenos Aires in a letter addressed to the then Saudi King Abdullah, and also sent to the crown prince, defense minister and intelligence chief, alarms Riyadh of improvement and development of relations between Iran and Argentina.

The letter says that the two countries’ relations have strained since 1994 and the blast in the Jewish cultural center, and now there are signs which show that the two countries are settling their differences.

The letter refers to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s mediatory role in 2011 to settle the AMIA case and then establishment of trade tis between Iran and Argentina, demanding action to counter the growth in relations.

Scientific and art cooperation between Iran and Thailand

In this letter the Saudi officials have been informed of a scientific congress on Iran’s politics, culture and science in Thailand and invitation to Iranian experts to take part in the gathering.

Cooperation of Thailand’s art college with Tehran to display Iranian movies and inviting Iranian directors and producers a film festival, holding a roundtable on “Sheikh Ahmad Qomi” in the historical sciences section of a Thai linguistics college, annual programs on the occasion of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Iran and Thailand and efforts to publish books on Iran’s history before and after Islam are the issues Riyadh has been cautioned of in the letter.

Invitations to Iranian university professors to hold cultural talks and scientific cooperation between Iran and Thailand have also been reminded to the Saudi officials.

Djibouti:

This document which is a letter by the Saudi embassy in Djibouti to the Riyadh officials, Iran’s efforts to increase influence and invest in Djibouti are highlighted.

Based on the letter, the Djibouti government doesn’t plan to establish strategic relations with Iran but merely wants to use Iran’s possibilities.

The letter proposes the Saudi officials to invest in Djibouti in economic, political and cultural fields as soon as possible to prevent Iran’s further influence.

Pakistan:

In a letter by the Saudi embassy in Pakistan to the head of Saudi Arabia’s royal court and King Abdullah’s special secretary, the Shiites’ activities in Pakistan have been described as a source of concern. The letter refers to setting up of the Palestine Institute (with Iran’s support) in Islamabad and explains about its presidents and their plans to invite people to support the resistance front.

Malaysia:

Saudis want Malaysian pilgrims to stay away from Iranians in Hajj pilgrimage

The document shows that the Saudi embassy in Malaysia in a letter to the Saudi foreign ministry has voiced concern about Iran’s growing clout in Malaysia and proposed that the officials in Riyadh take some measures in this regard.

The letter says that the Malaysian minister for Islamic affairs in a meeting with Saudi Arabia’s Hajj officials has reported that his government has redirected its students exchange policy to send them to Egypt’s al-Azhar university instead of Iran.

The minister also ensures the Saudi Hajj officials that his country’s pilgrims have been cautioned to stay away from Iranians during the Muslim rituals.

Mexico:

This letter which has been sent by the Saudi embassy in Mexico City to the secretary general of Saudi Arabia’s supreme council in Islamic affairs shows how the construction of a single mosque in Mexico has made Riyadh officials fearful.

The message voices concern about the Islamic Republic of Iran’s cultural activities in Mexico.

The letter says that Iran is trying to expand relations with South American countries and it finally urges Saudi Arabia to set up an Islamic center and mosque in the Mexican capital as soon as possible, fearing that Iran could build the mosque and Islamic center there soon.

Myanmar:

Based on the letter, a number of Sunni clerics and Muftis in Myanmar visited the Saudi embassy and urged the ambassador to set up a center for teaching Arabic language and build a big mosque named ‘Khadim al-Haramein Sharifein’ given the increasing number of the Myanmarese people converting to Shiism.

Burkina Faso:

During a visit by the then Iranian Foreign Minister, Ali Akbar Salehi, to Burkina Faso on 9 January 2013, the Saudi embassy in Ouagadougou wrote a letter to the foreign ministry, warning that Burkina Faso is enhancing ties with Iran, and Tehran plans to build a mosque and a training center in that country, implying that Riyadh should counter the country’s growing relations with Tehran.

Riyadh and the Saudi King’s pleasure with spreading Takfiri thoughts against Iran

After a Wahhabi Mufti in an interview with Egypt’s al-Ahram magazine blasted Iran and called the Iranians as infidels, the Saudi embassy in Egypt has sent a report of the interview to Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal and a copy to King Abdullah.

In the interview, Dr. Abdullah al-Nafisi, a Kuwaiti Mufti, described Iran as more dangerous than Israel and called the Iranians as non-Muslims and Persian Safavids who intend to occupy Mecca and Medina. The interview has apparently pleased the officials in Riyadh.

Yemen

The document shows that the Saudi embassy in Sana’a in a letter to the Saudi foreign minister has emphasized the necessity for having relations with the Yemeni parties and organizations and supporting them to fight against Iran’s influence.

It also describes as a priority opening new media outlets and strengthening those media allied with Riyadh.

The list of countries where Riyadh has sought to sabotage Iran’s face or trouble its simplest measures goes on and on and we will cover more of such documents in more reports in future.

Late in May, the Yemen Cyber Army released a portion of the information and documents that it had gained in its recent cyber attack on Saudi Arabia’s Foreign, Interior and Defense Ministries.

The Yemen Cyber Army announced that it has hacked the website, servers and archives of Saudi Arabia’s Foreign, Interior and Defense ministries and would release thousands of these top secret documents.

The group claimed that it “has gained access to the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) network and have full control over more than 3000 computers and servers, and thousands of users. We also have access to the emails, personal and secret information of hundreds of thousands of their staff and diplomats in different missions around the world”.

The hackers’ statement, which said the cyber army has also attacked the Saudi Interior and Defense ministries and vowed to release their details later, was carried by several globally known hackers websites.

Following the hack in May, the Yemen Cyber Army sent a copy of its information to FNA and another one to the whistleblower website WikiLeaks.

“WikiLeaks released over 60,000 documents on Friday and vowed to release the rest in coming weeks, but we plan to release the documents in separate news items since many of them contain the names of foreign nationals who have demanded visit to Saudi Arabia, for example for Hajj pilgrimage, and their names have been mentioned among the Saudi agents. Thus releasing the list of names and documents might hurt innocent individuals who have done nothing, but applied for visa at a Saudi embassy for doing Hajj pilgrimage,” FNA English Editor-in-Chief Seyed Mostafa Khoshcheshm said.

“The number of the documents is way beyond the 500,000 that has been announced by WikiLeaks, but they need to be checked first to make sure that they do not contain misleading information and are not harmful to innocent people,” he added.

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Docs Unveil Riyadh’s Intention to Strike at Iran’s National Security

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Saudileaks 29: Docs Unveil Riyadh's Intention to Strike at Iran's National Security
TEHRAN (FNA)- The documents released by the Yemen Cyber Army after it hacked the Saudi Foreign Ministry in May showed that former Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal in a letter to Chief of the Royal Court Khalid al-Tuwaijri has proposed adoption of a plan to harm Iran’s national security.

The Saudi Foreign Ministry was hacked by the Yemen Cyber Army in May, and a copy of its information was sent to FNA and another one to the whistleblower website WikiLeaks.

In the letter, Faisal mentions an article in a Persian-language daily, Keyhan, that has covered the Saudi rulers’ cruelty against its population and the existence of several torture and interrogation centers in Saudi Arabia.

Then the former minister proposes different means and methods to stir unrest in Iran with the help of opposition forces, social media, newspapers, magazines and websites.

The former Saudi foreign minister says he has received a letter from the Saudi embassy in Tehran that has offered 7 ways to foment unrest in Iran and damage the country’s national security.

The 7 ways are as follows:

1. Launching propaganda campaign on events happening in Iran,
2. Shifting media focus on Iran’s role in Arab states,
3. Establishing TV channels, in addition to the present Saudi media outlets, and inviting experts for negative campaign against Iran,
4. Setting up Persian-language analysis and news networks,
5. Using Salafi TV and Radio networks and sending religious missionaries to Iran,
6. Preparing and briefing Saudi pilgrims on how to influence Iranians,
7. Receiving aid from Iranian dissidents to gain intelligence from inside Iran and using them to fight against Iran’s political system and movements in the region.

At the end of the letter, Faisal writes that proposal number five is not possible at present, given Iran’s high intelligence superiority over its internal affairs.

He also says that with regard to proposal number 6, care should be taken in order not to inspire anyone with the idea that the Hajj rituals are turning political.

And on using Iranian dissidents, he says, the Saudi spy agency should decide.

Late in May, the Yemen Cyber Army released a portion of the information and documents that it had gained in its recent cyber attack on Saudi Arabia’s Foreign, Interior and Defense Ministries.

The Yemen Cyber Army announced that it has hacked the website, servers and archives of Saudi Arabia’s Foreign, Interior and Defense ministries and would release thousands of these top secret documents.

The group claimed that it “has gained access to the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) network and have full control over more than 3000 computers and servers, and thousands of users. We also have access to the emails, personal and secret information of hundreds of thousands of their staff and diplomats in different missions around the world”.

The hackers’ statement, which said the cyber army has also attacked the Saudi Interior and Defense ministries and vowed to release their details later, was carried by several globally known hackers websites.

Following the hack in May, the Yemen Cyber Army sent a copy of its information to FNA and another one to the whistleblower website WikiLeaks.

“WikiLeaks released over 60,000 documents on Friday and vowed to release the rest in coming weeks, but we plan to release the documents in separate news items since many of them contain the names of foreign nationals who have demanded visit to Saudi Arabia, for example for Hajj pilgrimage, and their names have been mentioned among the Saudi agents. Thus releasing the list of names and documents might hurt innocent individuals who have done nothing, but applied for visa at a Saudi embassy for doing Hajj pilgrimage,” FNA English Editor-in-Chief Seyed Mostafa Khoshcheshm said.

“The number of the documents is way beyond the 500,000 that has been announced by WikiLeaks, but they need to be checked first to make sure that they do not contain misleading information and are not harmful to innocent people,” he adde.

 

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Envoy Asks Riyadh to Act to Stop Djibouti’s Tendency towards Iran

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Saudileaks 31: Envoy Asks Riyadh to Act to Stop Djibouti's Tendency towards Iran
TEHRAN (FNA)- The documents released by the Yemen Cyber Army after it hacked the Saudi Foreign Ministry in May showed Riyadh’s antagonistic efforts to fight back Iran’s growing clout in Djibouti.

The Saudi Foreign Ministry was hacked by the Yemen Cyber Army in May, and a copy of its information was sent to FNA and another one to the whistleblower website WikiLeaks.

According to one of these documents, the Saudi embassy in Djibouti in a letter to the foreign ministry advised it to adopt the necessary measures to trouble or stop Iran’s activities in Djibouti, fearing that Tehran’s actions might cause the spread of certain viewpoints in the African country that are not desired by Riyadh.

Also in the letter, the Saudi mission rejects the US claims about taking actions in Djibouti to uproot terrorism in Somali, saying only a strong government in Somalia can uproot terrorism and piracy in Somali waters and the Gulf of Aden.

The letter added that every country has its own plans and interests in Somalia which shows the African country’s strategic situation.


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Late in May, the Yemen Cyber Army released a portion of the information and documents that it had gained in its recent cyber attack on Saudi Arabia’s Foreign, Interior and Defense Ministries.

The Yemen Cyber Army announced that it has hacked the website, servers and archives of Saudi Arabia’s Foreign, Interior and Defense ministries and would release thousands of these top secret documents.

The group claimed that it “has gained access to the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) network and have full control over more than 3000 computers and servers, and thousands of users. We also have access to the emails, personal and secret information of hundreds of thousands of their staff and diplomats in different missions around the world”.

The hackers’ statement, which said the cyber army has also attacked the Saudi Interior and Defense ministries and vowed to release their details later, was carried by several globally known hackers websites.

Following the hack in May, the Yemen Cyber Army sent a copy of its information to FNA and another one to the whistleblower website WikiLeaks.

“WikiLeaks released over 60,000 documents on Friday and vowed to release the rest in coming weeks, but we plan to release the documents in separate news items since many of them contain the names of foreign nationals who have demanded visit to Saudi Arabia, for example for Hajj pilgrimage, and their names have been mentioned among the Saudi agents. Thus releasing the list of names and documents might hurt innocent individuals who have done nothing, but applied for visa at a Saudi embassy for doing Hajj pilgrimage,” FNA English Editor-in-Chief Seyed Mostafa Khoshcheshm said.

“The number of the documents is way beyond the 500,000 that has been announced by WikiLeaks, but they need to be checked first to make sure that they do not contain misleading information and are not harmful to innocent people,” he added.

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Saudi Zio-Wahhabi Intelligence Agency Offers Unsolicited Aide to US against Iran’s IRGC

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Saudileaks 32: Saudi Intelligence Agency Offers Unsolicited Aide to US against Iran's IRGC

TEHRAN (FNA)- The documents released by the Yemen Cyber Army after it hacked the Saudi Foreign Ministry in May show that Riyadh has persuaded the US to place more Iranian IRGC commanders under its sanctions list.

The Saudi Foreign Ministry was hacked by the Yemen Cyber Army in May, and a copy of its information was sent to FNA and another one to the whistleblower website WikiLeaks.

According to one of these documents, Mostafa bin Mohammad Habib Kowsar, the director-general of the Saudi foreign ministry for Asian States Affairs, in a letter to the deputy head of the ministry’s department for bilateral relations has stated that he has received a telegraph from Khalid al-Tuwaijri, the Chief of the Royal Court of Saudi Arabia under King Abdullah, informing that Riyadh has come to realize changes in the IRGC’s chain of command.


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According to Kowsar’s letter, Tuwaijri has proposed in his cable that the names of new IRGC commanders be added to the list of those Iranians who had been sanctioned internationally or unilaterally by the US which would lead to their travel ban and freezing of their assets.

The cable has also warned that Saudi Arabia doesn’t want to play an overt role in this regard and the information should be presented to the US officials secretively.

Kowsar has reminded in his letter that the measure will hit an efficient and preemptive blow at Iran and the political future of these new IRGC commanders, and will send them a direct message to caution them that they are under international scrutiny.

Kowsar also says that Tuwaijri wants the Saudi foreign minister to be informed of what the intelligence agency has proposed.

Late in May, the Yemen Cyber Army released a portion of the information and documents that it had gained in its recent cyber attack on Saudi Arabia’s Foreign, Interior and Defense Ministries.

The Yemen Cyber Army announced that it has hacked the website, servers and archives of Saudi Arabia’s Foreign, Interior and Defense ministries and would release thousands of these top secret documents.

The group claimed that it “has gained access to the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) network and have full control over more than 3000 computers and servers, and thousands of users. We also have access to the emails, personal and secret information of hundreds of thousands of their staff and diplomats in different missions around the world”.

The hackers’ statement, which said the cyber army has also attacked the Saudi Interior and Defense ministries and vowed to release their details later, was carried by several globally known hackers websites.

Following the hack in May, the Yemen Cyber Army sent a copy of its information to FNA and another one to the whistleblower website WikiLeaks.

“WikiLeaks released over 60,000 documents on Friday and vowed to release the rest in coming weeks, but we plan to release the documents in separate news items since many of them contain the names of foreign nationals who have demanded visit to Saudi Arabia, for example for Hajj pilgrimage, and their names have been mentioned among the Saudi agents. Thus releasing the list of names and documents might hurt innocent individuals who have done nothing, but applied for visa at a Saudi embassy for doing Hajj pilgrimage,” FNA English Editor-in-Chief Seyed Mostafa Khoshcheshm said.

“The number of the documents is way beyond the 500,000 that has been announced by WikiLeaks, but they need to be checked first to make sure that they do not contain misleading information and are not harmful to innocent people,” he added.

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Indonesian Police Blames Saudi Zio-Wahhabi regime for Financing Terrorists

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Saudileaks 30: Indonesian Police Official Blames Saudis for Financing Terrorists
TEHRAN (FNA)- Indonesia’s National Police Inspector-General Tito Karnavian has informed high-ranking officials in Jakarta that Saudi Arabia has been supporting the terrorist groups in the Southeast Asian country, one of the documents released by the Yemen Cyber Army after it hacked the Saudi foreign ministry in May disclosed.

The Saudi Foreign Ministry was hacked by the Yemen Cyber Army in May, and a copy of its information was sent to FNA and another one to the whistleblower website WikiLeaks.

One of the documents released by the YCA is a secret letter written by the Saudi embassy in Jakarta to the foreign ministry in Riyadh saying that the country’s ambassador has had a meeting with the representative of Indonesia’s minister for religious affairs, Nasreddin Omar, who was accompanied by a delegation of Indonesian National Counter-terrorism Agency (BNPT), including General Karnavian.

Based on the letter, the first goal of the meeting was presentation of some explanations about Karnavian’s speech in which he had named Saudi Arabia as one of the financial resources of terrorists in Indonesia.

During the meeting at the venue of the Saudi embassy, Karnavian has explained that in his speech that he didn’t directly mean the Saudi government, but certain Saudis who have extended financial support for the terrorists in practice.


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Late in May, the Yemen Cyber Army released a portion of the information and documents that it had gained in its recent cyber attack on Saudi Arabia’s Foreign, Interior and Defense Ministries.

The Yemen Cyber Army announced that it has hacked the website, servers and archives of Saudi Arabia’s Foreign, Interior and Defense ministries and would release thousands of these top secret documents.

The group claimed that it “has gained access to the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) network and have full control over more than 3000 computers and servers, and thousands of users. We also have access to the emails, personal and secret information of hundreds of thousands of their staff and diplomats in different missions around the world”.

The hackers’ statement, which said the cyber army has also attacked the Saudi Interior and Defense ministries and vowed to release their details later, was carried by several globally known hackers websites.

Following the hack in May, the Yemen Cyber Army sent a copy of its information to FNA and another one to the whistleblower website WikiLeaks.

“WikiLeaks released over 60,000 documents on Friday and vowed to release the rest in coming weeks, but we plan to release the documents in separate news items since many of them contain the names of foreign nationals who have demanded visit to Saudi Arabia, for example for Hajj pilgrimage, and their names have been mentioned among the Saudi agents. Thus releasing the list of names and documents might hurt innocent individuals who have done nothing, but applied for visa at a Saudi embassy for doing Hajj pilgrimage,” FNA English Editor-in-Chief Seyed Mostafa Khoshcheshm said.

“The number of the documents is way beyond the 500,000 that has been announced by WikiLeaks, but they need to be checked first to make sure that they do not contain misleading information and are not harmful to innocent people,” he added.

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Hometown of Executed Saudi Cleric in Turmoil

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Hometown of Executed Saudi Cleric in Turmoil
Cleric Nimr al-Nimr
TEHRAN (FNA)- People in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern province poured into the streets of Qatif city on Saturday in reaction to the execution of prominent Muslim cleric Nimr al-Nimr as hundreds of Saudi security forces were sent to the region to suppress any possible uprising.

Calls for people’s protest rally in Qatif city, the hometown of Sheikh Nimr, surged in social media pages after Riyadh announced execution of globally renowned Shiite leader.

Al-Qatif Mobasher Twitter page that covers developments in Qatif and is widely shared in Eastern Saudi Arabia issued a public call for popular uprising in the Eastern city after the execution of the Shiite cleric.

The Riyadh government has dispatched large numbers of armored vehicles to Qatif to suppress the angry people protesting the execution of Sheikh Nimr.

The Saudi regime is afraid of widespread popular uprising, specially in the Shiite regions in Eastern Saudi Arabia after it executed Sheikh Nimr, and it has dispatched hundreds of armored vehicles to the province, the Arabic-language al-Ahd news website reported.

Saudi Arabia announced Saturday that it has executed the prominent Shiite Muslim cleric.

Saudi Arabia executed 47 people on Saturday for terrorism, including Sheikh Nimr, the country’s Interior Ministry said in a statement. Most of those executed were said to be involved in a series of attacks carried out by Al-Qaeda between 2003 and 2006. 45 of those executed were of Saudi nationality, one Chadian, one Egyptian.

The Interior Ministry statement announcing the executions began with verses from the Quran, justifying the use of the death penalty, while state television showed footage of the aftermath of Al-Qaeda attacks over the last decade. Shortly afterward, Saudi Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdulaziz Al al-Sheikh appeared on Saudi Arabian television, hailing the executions as just.

Al-Qaeda is the number one enemy of Shiite Muslims, and the Saudi television did not explain how it could link the footage to the execution of a Shiite leader who has been the target of ISIL and Al-Qaeda.

Iranian high-ranking officials had regularly deplored Riyadh for handing down death sentence to prominent Shiite cleric, warning that execution of the Sheikh Nimr would incur a heavy price in Saudi Arabia, and would set the stage for the fall of the Saudi regime.

Several rights activists had also warned Riyadh that execution of Sheikh Nimr would set fire to Saudi Arabia.

Heretofore, Al Saud had frequently said that it plans to execute Sheikh soon, but the kingdom delayed it every time. According to an informed source, the new King and his hawkish cabinet members mean to send a message to the Shiite community, dissidents and Iran through the move to show they are ready to pay any price in confrontation with Tehran. Though Iran has repeatedly denied any link with the Shiite dissidents in Saudi Arabia.

During the recent months, people across the world staged protest in support of Sheikh Nimr, calling for immediate release of the leader, warning the Wahhabi authorities against executing prominent Shiite cleric.

Nimr was attacked and arrested in the Qatif region of Eastern Province in July 2012, and has been charged with undermining the kingdom’s security, making anti-government speeches, and defending political prisoners. Nimr has denied the accusations.

In October 2014, a Saudi court sentenced Sheikh Nimr to death, provoking huge condemnations and criticism in the Middle East and the world.

On October 25, Nimr’s family confirmed that the Saudi Supreme Court and the Specialized Appeals Court had endorsed a death sentence issued last year against him for inciting sectarian strife and disobeying King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud. The cleric has denied the charges.

The Shiite cleric’s lawyer, Sadeq al-Jubran, had also said that Nimr could be executed as soon as the Saudi monarch approves his sentence.

Human rights organizations have condemned 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.

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Court Acquits Turkish Suspects Involved in Sarin Gas Supply to Syria

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A Turkish court in Adana acquitted five Turkish suspects accused of procuring chemicals used in production of sarin gas, Zamanreported.

In May 2013, media reported that Turkish special service officers arrested members of Syrian opposition group who were in possession of two kilograms of sarin, Sputnik reported.

Moscow conducted a thorough investigation of the incident and expressed hope that Turkey would provide information regarding the detention of the militants. However, two months later, all detainees were released pending trial.

Later on when the court established that the materials they were trying to obtain could in fact be used to produce sarin, a warrant for the arrest was issued.

The case sparked political controversy when the deputy of the Turkish opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) Eren Erdem said in an interview with RT that Turkey knew about ISIL-bound shipments of deadly sarin gas passing through its territory.

Eren Erdem was accused of treason by Ankara’s top prosecutor and criminal investigation was opened against him.

But after addressing the parliament and saying that the Turkish president had started a smear campaign against him, Erdem went even further by accusing the Turkish authorities of complicity, stating that the government pressured the prosecutor of the case into toning down the accusations and ending the trial rapidly.

The prosecutor of the case involving the five Turkish suspects recently denied Erdem’s accusations in a statement, saying the Turkish suspects were released because they were not found to be in possession of the materials used for sarin production, while rejecting the idea that the justice minister pressured him into bringing the case to a close immediately.

Two CHP deputies said that the Turkish government was out to get Eren Erdem and had launched a lynching campaign against the deputy.

Republican People’s Party (CHP) deputy Ali Şeker stated that Turkish authorities must answer questions in connection with the incident.

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At least 4 protesters killed in Zio-Wahhabi mass executions

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At least four people convicted of offences related to political protest are among the 47 reportedly executed by Saudi Zio-Wahhabi regime earlier today.

Sheikh Nimr, Ali al-Ribh, Mohammad Shioukh and Mohammad Suweimal were all arrested in 2012 following their involvement in anti-Government protests, and subsequently sentenced to death.  Ali was 18 when he was arrested, and sentenced to death for organizing and participating in demonstrations; vandalism; helping to organize demonstrations through the use of his BlackBerry; attending an address of Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr. Mohammad Shioukh, 19 at the time of his arrest, was sentenced to death for a number of offences, including writing anti-Government graffiti and filming demonstrations for the purpose of documenting and publishing their content.  Both were tortured while in custody.

Their names were included on a list of executions carried out today by the Saudi Zio-Wahhabi regime and published on the website of the Kingdom’s official press agency. In total, 47 people were executed at various locations across the country.

The list did not include the names of a number of people sentenced to death as children who are still facing execution. Ali al Nimr (Sheikh Nimr’s nephew), Dawoud al Marhoon, and Abdullah al Zaher were also sentenced to death over their alleged involvement in the 2012 anti-Government protests, despite having been aged 17, 17, and 15 respectively at the time. All three were also badly mistreated in custody, and tortured into signing ‘confessions’ to the offences alleged against them.

Commenting, Maya Foa, Director of the death penalty team at international human rights organisation Reprieve said: “2015 saw Saudi Arabia execute over 150 people, many of them for non-violent offences. Today’s appalling news, with nearly 50 executed in a single day, suggests 2016 could be even worse. Alarmingly, the Saudi Government is continuing to target those who have called for domestic reform in the kingdom, executing at least four of them today. There are now real concerns that those protesters sentenced to death as children could be next in line to face the swordsman’s blade.”

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DEATH TO THE SAUDI ZIO-WAHHABI REGIME المملكة الإرهابية تنفذ حكم الإعدام بحق الشيخ نمر النمر

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أعلنت سلطات آل سعود اليوم السبت أنها نفذت حكم الإعدام بحق 47 شخصاً بينهم عالم الدين السعودي المعارض للنظام الشيخ نمر باقر النمر.

وأعلن بيان صادر عن وزارة الداخلية السعودية صباح اليوم السبت، أنه  تم تنفيذ حكم القصاص في 47 شخصا سمتهم “إرهابيين” حسب زعمها.

وأوضح البيان أن بين الاشخاص المعدومين عالم الدين المعارض للنظام الملكي الحاكم الشيخ نمر باقر النمر.

وفي رده على هذه الجريمة، التي أعدم فيها الشيخ النمر لمجرد معارضته نظام آل سعود الوهابي، دعا عضو مجلس خبراء القيادة في ايران آية الله أحمد خاتمي، منظمة التعاون الإسلامي لاتّخاذ موقف تجاه الجريمة التي أقدم عليها النظام السعودي اليوم بإعدام عالم الدين البارز الشيخ نمر باقر النمر.

وقال آية الله خاتمي في تصريح لوكالة أنباء “فارس”، اليوم السبت: “إن هذه الجريمة لم تكن مستبعدة من نظام آل سعود، آل الخيانة والنهب، لأنه نظام مبني منذ نشوئه واستمراره على الجريمة والنهب”.

وأضاف أن آل سعود نظام يمارس القتل والتدمير بحق الشعب اليمني المسلم منذ نحو عام، ما أدى إلى سقوط الآلاف من الشهداء والجرحى من أبناء هذا الشعب وحوّل اليمن إلى دمار وخراب.

وأكد أن جريمة إعدام الشيخ النمر تأتي في سياق جرائمه المتعددة السابقة، متوقعاً من منظمة التعاون الإسلامي اتخاذ موقف تجاه هذه الجريمة بقوله: “إننا نطلب من الجهاز الدبلوماسي في البلاد اتخاذ موقف حازم بهذا الصدد”.

وشدد على قيام  الحوزات العلمية والمراكز الجامعية في البلاد بالاحتجاج والغضب تجاه هذه الجريمة بقوله: آمل من العالم الإسلامي العمل في هذا المجال بما يجعل هذا النظام الإجرامي يندم على ارتكاب جريمته هذه.

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