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Arab nations list 59 individuals, 12 entities on Qatar-linked terror list

Arab nations list 59 individuals, 12 entities on Qatar-linked terror list

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43 new designations specifically address threats posed by Qatar linked and based Al Qaida Terrorism Support Networks The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Arab Republic of Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, and the Kingdom of Bahrain as part of their unified ongoing commitment to combatting terrorism today acted to update their respective lists of designated terrorist organisations and individuals. As a result fifty nine individuals and twelve entities were designated by each of the four countries. To address the long-term and continuing threat of terrorist financing emanating from Qatar, and associated material support for terrorist organisations, included in these designations are thirty-seven (37) individuals and six (6) entities that have specifically financed, aided and/or pro...
Whoever loves momo’s eat them soon because you never know when it will be banned!

Whoever loves momo’s eat them soon because you never know when it will be banned!

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Seriously? BJP Government is bothered about banning Momo and not bothered of how many rape and molestation cases are happening around them! Is India actually leading on the right path? Momo is the dish flying all the way from Nepal has become popular in India. The reason seems to be terrible, and it is pathetic to see that they have banned Momo because it causes Terrific diseases including cancer of the intestine. To have sufficient evidence, BJP legislator and lawyer claimed that there is monosodium glutamate, this is the ingredient which is used often in Asian dishes. However, BJP had supporters to this ban but there were people who opposed as well in their tweets. Source: www.awesomemachi.com
“Forget Terrorism”: The Real Reason Behind the Qatar Crisis Is Natural Gas

“Forget Terrorism”: The Real Reason Behind the Qatar Crisis Is Natural Gas

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According to the official narrative, the reason for the latest Gulf crisis in which a coalition of Saudi-led states cut off diplomatic and economic ties with Qatar, is because – to everyone’s “stunned amazement” – Qatar was funding terrorists, and after Trump’s recent visit to Saudi Arabia in which he urged a crackdown on financial support of terrorism, and also following the FT’s report that Qatar has directly provided $1 billion in funding to Iran and al-Qaeda spinoffs, Saudi Arabia finally had had enough of its “rogue” neighbor, which in recent years had made ideologically unacceptable overtures toward both Shia Iran and Russia. However, as often happens, the official narrative is traditionally a convenient smoke...
Arnab Can Make You Burst Into Laughter And Then Face-Palm

Arnab Can Make You Burst Into Laughter And Then Face-Palm

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Being Kashmiris, we often come across numerous myths to bust and lies to expose but this one right here is a potentially difficult one for us too. In the past, we have exposed how India Today had manufactured lies to malign Kashmiris and accuse stone pelters of taking money for the job, similarly, we had talked about how Indian Journalist Rahul Pandita was caught pants down on Twitter when he accused ‘some others’ of Kunan Poshpora Mass rape. Now that there’s a new channel by the name of ‘Republic’ in India run by an old thug- Arnab Goswami, his illogical arguments can trouble the wisest of men around; some of them are hilarious while others are cringeworthy. After watching this clip, I paused for a while and then I burst into hy...
Trump offers help to resolve Gulf crisis through Call Now!

Trump offers help to resolve Gulf crisis through Call Now!

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In a phone call with Qatar's emir, Trump offers a meeting in the White House if necessary. US President Donald Trump has expressed Washington’s readiness to participate in efforts to solve the Gulf crisis. This came in a phone conversation with the emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamin bin Hamad Al Thani, on Wednesday. During the conversation, Trump highlighted the necessity of maintaining the stability of the Arabian Gulf and emphasised the importance of all countries in the region working together to prevent the financing of terrorist organisations and stop the promotion of extremist ideology. The President offered to help the parties resolve their differences, including through a meeting at the White House if necessary Trump reiterated that a u...
CNN Exclusive: US suspects Russian hackers planted fake news behind Qatar crisis

CNN Exclusive: US suspects Russian hackers planted fake news behind Qatar crisis

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Washington (CNN)US investigators believe Russian hackers breached Qatar's state news agency and planted a fake news report that contributed to a crisis among the US' closest Gulf allies, according to US officials briefed on the investigation. The FBI recently sent a team of investigators to Doha to help the Qatari government investigate the alleged hacking incident, Qatari and US government officials say. Intelligence gathered by the US security agencies indicates that Russian hackers were behind the intrusion first reported by the Qatari government two weeks ago, US officials say. Qatar hosts one of the largest US military bases in the region. The alleged involvement of Russian hackers intensifies concerns by US intelligence and law enforcement agencies ...
Philippines blocks workers heading to Qatar

Philippines blocks workers heading to Qatar

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More than 2 million Filipinos are working in the Middle East as domestic helpers Manila: The Philippines has temporarily blocked Filipinos from travelling to Qatar for work. Labour Secretary Silvestre Bello said the ban would be in place until the government has completed its assessment. “I temporarily suspend the deployment of our OFWs (overseas Filipino workers) in the county of Qatar. This is for us to be able to assess the situation because there are so many wild rumours going around, saying things are not going well there,” Bello said in a statement on Tuesday. Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain severed diplomatic relations with Qatar in a coordinated move, accusing it of support for Is...
Trump and King Salman talk Qatar on phone

Trump and King Salman talk Qatar on phone

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US president stresses importance of united Gulf in fight against terrorism in call with Saudi King. Washington: President Donald Trump stressed the need for Gulf unity in talks with Saudi Arabia’s King Salman Tuesday, amid a crisis that has divided several key US allies in the region. RELATED LINKS Philippines blocks workers heading to Qatar The two men spoke by phone at Riyadh’s initiation after Saudi Arabia broke relations and imposed a blockade on its smaller neighbour Qatar over funding for Islamist groups and a host of other conflicts. The UAE, Bahrain and Egypt also ended diplomatic relations. “The two leaders discussed the critical goals of preventing the financing of terrorist organiza...
Trump says isolation of Qatar could be ‘beginning of end’ of terrorism

Trump says isolation of Qatar could be ‘beginning of end’ of terrorism

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In a tweet, Trump suggests severing ties with Qatar by Gulf states and Egypt was understandable. Washington: US President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that Middle Eastern leaders had complained about Qatar when he demanded an end to support for radical ideology that encourages terrorism. In a tweet, Trump suggested that the severing of relations with Qatar by Gulf states and Egypt was understandable. The US president said leaders of Middle East nations told him during a summit in Riyadh that they would adopt a hard line against the funding of extremism, and added that isolating Qatar could be the beginning of the end of terrorism. “Perhaps this will be the beginning of the end to the horror of terrorism, Trump tweeted. ...
Journalists detained in Rajasthan after they tried to report on Bajrang Dal’s weapons training camp

Journalists detained in Rajasthan after they tried to report on Bajrang Dal’s weapons training camp

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By TwoCircles.net Staff Reporter Three journalists from Delhi were arrested yesterday in Hanumangarh district of Rajasthan, after they tried to report on a Bajrang Dal’s weapons training camp, which was being operated in the same area. Anupam Pandey, Asad Ashraf and Vijay Pandey were detained without any proper explanation and were made to sit in the Hanumangarh Junction police station for hours. The journalists have alleged that police has also misbehaved with them. The three journalists got a lead earlier that Bajrang Dal, a radical Hindu outift famous for carrying out violence in Public and for its role in Gujarat riots, is running a training camp on weapons operations in Hanumangarh. The journalists headed to the area and started interviewing the traine...