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David Petraeus has told US Congress that the CIA believed almost immediately that al-Qaeda-linked terrorists were behind the September 11th attacks in Benghazi

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David Petraeus has told US Congress that the CIA believed almost immediately that al-Qaeda-linked terrorists were behind the September 11th attacks in Benghazi, according to a leading Republican congressman. Representative Peter King of New York, a member of the House Intelligence Committee that David Petraeus briefed, said that the former general left a “different impression” today than he had w...

In Yemen, demonstrators briefly stormed the grounds of the US embassy in Sanaa and burnt the US flag

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Protests against anti-Islam film Innocence of Muslims made in the US are spreading across the Middle East and North Africa. In Yemen, demonstrators briefly stormed the grounds of the US embassy in Sanaa and burnt the US flag, but were driven back by security forces. In Egypt, 224 people were injured in protests, the health ministry said. Protests were also reported in Morocco, Sudan and Tunisia....

French philosopher Roger Garaudy has died on Wednesday, June 13, at the age of 98 at his home in Chennevieres-sur-Marne, near Paris

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French philosopher Roger Garaudy has died on Wednesday, June 13, at the age of 98 at his home in Chennevieres-sur-Marne, near Paris. An ex-member of the communist party, the controversial philosopher converted to Islam in the 1980s. Roger Garaudy’s 1996 book The Founding Myths of Israeli Politics denied that the killing of Jews by the Nazis constituted genocide. Roger Garaudy (Ragaa Garaudy) was...

Six Somali civilians have been shot dead by a Kenyan soldier advancing towards the al-Shabab stronghold of Kismayo

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Six Somali civilians have been shot dead by a Kenyan soldier advancing towards the al-Shabab stronghold of Kismayo, the Kenyan army has confirmed. The soldier has been detained pending an investigation, it said, noting the incident followed a militant attack. Somali army spokesman Adan Mohamed Hirsi earlier said: “It was a deliberate killing.” Meanwhile, the Hizbul Islam group has ann...

IKEA Saudi catalogue removes women from its pages

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...all people and we do not accept any kind of discrimination,” the company said in a statement. Islamic Sharia law is applied strictly in Saudi Arabia, where the ruling Al Saud family espouses a fundamentalist interpretation of Islam known as Wahhabism. Women live under various restrictions, including no right to drive, and must be covered whenever they are outside the home. Saudi leader King...

Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, Innocence of Muslims filmmaker, in jail for probation violations

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Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, the US man behind anti-Islam film Innocence of Muslims that led to mass protests in the Middle East has been sentenced to a year in jail for probation violations. Nakoula Basseley Nakoula was sentenced by a judge in California after admitting four violations which stem from a 2010 conviction for fraud. None of the charges was connected with the content of the controversi...

Pakistani Railways Minister offers $100,000 reward for the killing of Innocence of Muslims maker

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The Pakistani PM’s spokesman has condemned a minister’s $100,000 reward for the killing of the maker of amateur anti-Islam video Innocence of Muslims. Shafqat Jalil said the government “absolutely disassociated” itself from comments by Railways Minister Ghulam Ahmad Bilour. Innocence of Muslims, produced in the US, has led to a wave of protests in the Muslim world and many...

Mitt Romney has called for a change of course in the Middle East, criticizing President Barack Obama on foreign policy

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Mitt Romney has called for a “change of course” in the Middle East, criticizing US President Barack Obama on foreign policy. Speaking in Virginia, the Republican presidential candidate lambasted the White House over an attack in Libya that killed the US ambassador. Mitt Romney said he would put Iran “on notice” over its nuclear plans, and called for arms to go to Syrian re...

NATO announces that it is restricting operations with Afghan troops following a string of deadly attacks on its personnel by rogue Afghan security forces

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NATO announces that it is restricting operations with Afghan troops following a string of deadly attacks on its personnel by rogue Afghan security forces. Only large operations will now be conducted jointly, with joint patrols evaluated on a case-by-case basis. ISAF said these were “prudent, but temporary, measures to reduce our profile and vulnerability”. NATO commanders have been fr...

Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of the Shia Muslim militant group Hezbollah, has called for fresh protests in Lebanon on Monday over film Innocence of Muslims

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..., primarily the United States of America,” Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah said. He said that Arab and Islamic governments should press for an enforceable international law banning insults to Islam and other religions. There have been protests over the film in Lebanon in recent days, but most have been reported from the northern city of Tripoli, which has a Sunni Muslim majority. The obscure, poorly...

New protests are under way in Muslim countries against anti-Islam film Innocence of Muslims made in the US

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New protests are under way in Muslim countries against anti-Islam film Innocence of Muslims made in the US. In Pakistan, a government-declared “special day of love” for the Prophet Muhammad has seen violent clashes and at least one death in the northern city of Peshawar, and clashes elsewhere. The US has paid for adverts on Pakistani TV that show President Barack Obama condemning the...

At least 15 people have been killed during violent anti-film protests which erupted on the streets of Pakistani main cities

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At least 15 people have been killed during violent protests which erupted on the streets of Pakistan’s main cities in anger at anti-Islam film Innocence of Muslims made in the US. Ten people were killed in the port city of Karachi and a further five died in the north-western city of Peshawar, hospital officials said. Protesters also breached the diplomatic enclave in the capital, Islamabad,...

Libya’s interim leader Mohammed Magarief has vowed to disband all illegal militias in the aftermath of the US ambassador's death

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Libya’s interim leader Mohammed Magarief has vowed to disband all illegal militias in the aftermath of the US ambassador’s death this month. All camps and militias not under the authority of the government would be dissolved and no unauthorized checkpoints allowed, he said. Militias that emerged during the fight to topple Colonel Muammar Gaddafi last year remain a powerful force. Residents...

Barack Obama is addressing the UN General Assembly in New York

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Barack Obama is addressing the UN General Assembly in New York, where he is to say the US will “do what we must” to stop Iran acquiring nuclear weapons. Six weeks before the US election, Barack Obama is expected to say that a nuclear-armed Iran “is not a challenge that can be contained”. Barack Obama condemned the violence that erupted over a “disgusting” anti-...

Protest against anti-Islam film Innocence of Muslims in Pakistan

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Pakistani TV channels are airing an advert showing news clips of President Barack Obama condemning anti-Islam film Innocence of Muslims made in the US. The advert also features a statement from Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at a press conference rejecting the amateur film’s message. Unrest over the film, Innocence of Muslims, has claimed several lives. Also on Thursday, a protest again...

A legal complaint has been filed against French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, which published obscene cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad

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...ublic protests in Muslim countries sometimes take place after traditional Friday prayers. A tenet of Islam bans the portrayal of its founder, the Prophet Muhammad. A legal complaint has been filed against French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, which published obscene cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad Feelings in the Islamic world have already been running high over amateur video Innocence of Mus...

Hundreds of thousands of worshippers have attended a seafront Mass in Beirut on the concluding day of Pope Benedict XVI's visit to Lebanon

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Hundreds of thousands of worshippers have attended a seafront Mass in Beirut on the concluding day of Pope Benedict XVI’s visit to Lebanon. Pope Benedict XVI appealed for leaders in the Middle East to work for peace and reconciliation and urged those at the service to “be peacemakers”. The pontiff also renewed his call for a end to the violence in Syria. He later left Lebanon, a...

Cindy Lee Garcia accused Nakoula Basseley Nakoula of duping her into Innocence of Muslims that she was led to believe was a desert adventure movie

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Cindy Lee Garcia, a US actress who appeared in amateur anti-Islam video Innocence of Muslims that sparked protests across the Muslim world, is suing the film’s suspected director. Cindy Lee Garcia accused Nakoula Basseley Nakoula of duping her into a “hateful” film that she was led to believe was a desert adventure movie. She is also asking a judge to order YouTube to remove the...

Scores of people were reported injured as supporters and opponents of Mohammed Mursi fought in Tahrir Square

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Fresh clashes have broken out in the Egyptian capital Cairo in the worst violence since President Mohammed Mursi took office at the end of June. Scores of people were reported injured as supporters and opponents of Mohammed Mursi fought in Tahrir Square. Tensions are high after Egyptian judges criticized Mohammed Mursi’s attempt to remove the country’s top prosecutor. It follows the a...

Libyan authorities have arrested some 50 people in connection with Tuesday deadly attack on the US consulate in Benghazi

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Libyan authorities have arrested some 50 people in connection with Tuesday deadly attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, the president of Libya’s interim assembly has said. Mohamed Magarief told CBS News he had “no doubt” the attack was pre-planned. That appears to contradict US envoy to the UN Susan Rice who told ABC that the evidence suggested it had been part of “spont...

Pope Benedict XVI wanted to reach out to everyone with tweets translated into eight languages

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Pope Benedict XVI is to begin sending Twitter messages using the handle @pontifex as his personal account, the Vatican has announced. A spokesman said Pope Benedict XVI wanted to “reach out to everyone” with tweets translated into eight languages. The first tweet from his account, whose name means both pontiff and builder of bridges, is expected on December 12th. Last year, Pope Bened...

Egypt's Islamist-run assembly has backed a draft constitution, including a measure keeping sharia as the main source of legislation

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Egypt’s Islamist-run assembly has backed a draft constitution, including a measure keeping sharia, or Islamic law, as the main source of legislation. The draft will now be sent to President Mohammed Morsi, who is expected to call a referendum on the issue. The move comes after the constitutional court said it would rule on Sunday whether to dissolve the assembly. Egypt’s judiciary is...

Pope Benedict XVI has sent his first much-anticipated Twitter message using his personal account

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Pope Benedict XVI has sent his first much-anticipated Twitter message using his personal account @pontifex. The Pope was shown pressing a button on an iPad tablet. The message read: “Dear friends, I am pleased to get in touch with you through Twitter. Thank you for your generous response. I bless all of you from my heart.” A spokesman said earlier the pontiff would “reach out to...

Libya has made several arrests in connection with the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi

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Libya has made several arrests in connection with the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi in which Ambassador Christopher Stevens was killed. New Libyan Prime Minister Mustafa Abu Shaqur said the investigation was making progress. The attack happened on Tuesday during protests over a US-made film that mocks the Prophet Mohammed. Similar protests have spread across the Middle East and North Afr...

At least 34 people have been killed and many injured by two car bomb explosions in Jaramana, a south-eastern district of Damascus

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...e AFP news agency. The population of Jaramana is mainly Christian and Druze, a heterodox offshoot of Islam. It is also home to many Palestinian and Iraqi refugees. Few members of Syria’s minority groups have supported the revolt against President Bashar al-Assad. They are fearful for their future if the country’s majority Sunni Muslim community chooses an Islamist leadership to replace...