a 35-year-old mother of four, is the widow of Germaine Lindsay
Kurdish Women Rally In Support Of Army, Denounce Turkish Military Threats
Talaq Bill Will Create More Problems for Muslim Women: Mehbooba
Of Pakistani Women Honoured During 2nd Women Role Model Awards
Teachers In Isfahan Brave Savage Crackdown, Continue Protests
by New Age Islam News Bureau
Notorious Female Terrorist ‘Plotting New Attack in London’
sources have revealed that Britain’s most wanted female terrorist is plotting a
major attack in the capital London.
sources told the Daily Mirror newspaper that Samantha Lewthwaite, better known
as the White Widow, is now plotting an attack in London from her base in the
a 35-year-old mother of four, is the widow of Germaine Lindsay, the
British-Jamaican terrorist who carried out one of the deadly bomb attacks in
London on July 7, 2005.
intelligence services believe Lewthwaite, who fled Britain to join terrorists
in the Horn of Africa region, has had plastic surgery and has put on weight to
dodge and international police hunt.
have revealed that she was recently in Dubai to prepare a string of new
attacks, including one in London.
of the sources, who is operating for Britain’s MI6 intelligence service in
Nairobi, Kenya, is believed to be very close to Lewthwaite while authorities
have described the information received from the person as “credible”.
source has also said that the White Widow is enjoying a vast network of
contacts in Yemen, especially in south of the country where various terrorist
groups are operating.
Daily Mirror said British authorities were closing in on Lewthwaite as they had
made a crucial breakthrough in the search for UK’s most wanted woman.
has been faced with increasing threat from home-grown terrorists who have
returned from fighting in the Middle East where they once joined terrorist
groups like Daesh.
believe government’s loose security controls over the past years should be
blamed for the migration hundreds of British nationals to Iraq and Syria to
join terrorist organizations.
of women have staged a rally in Syria’s northeastern province of Hasaka to
voice their support for the Syrian government forces and censure Turkey’s
threats of a military campaign against Kurdish militants from the US-backed
People's Protection Units (YPG).
demonstrators converged in al-Sabi’a Bahrat Square of Kurdish-populated
Qamishli city, situated 680 kilometers (420 miles) northeast of the capital
Damascus, on Monday and marched towards Arab Cultural Center Square.
participants waved Syrian national flags and carried banners in support of the
Syrian Army, stressing that government soldiers are the only guarantor of
Syrians’ unity and that they are the only national force capable of fighting
against terrorism and foreign plots.
highlighted that Syria, thanks to the steadfastness of people from all strata
of society and their full support for the army and President Bashar al-Assad,
has managed to thwart all fiendish conspiracies.
demonstrators then called on all Syrians to join forces and confront attempts
aimed at undermining Syria’s territorial integrity besides Turkey’s threats
against Syria’s unity.
considers the YPG a terrorist organization and an extension of the outlawed
Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), which has been fighting for an autonomous region
inside Turkey since 1984.
the past few days, the Turkish military has been sending reinforcements to
frontline areas with YPG militants in northern Syria.
Turkish military, with support from allied militants of the so-called Free
Syrian Army, has launched two cross-border operations in northern Syria, dubbed
“Euphrates Shield” and “Olive Branch”, against the YPG and Daesh Takfiri
military announced on Friday that it had taken control of the northern town of
Manbij, which lies in mainly Arab territory west of the Euphrates.
forces, who were left exposed by US President Donald Trump's pledge to pull out
American soldiers from Syria, have asked Syrian government forces for help amid
indications that Turkey is considering a military campaign against them.
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said on Monday that the Triple
Talaq Bill will create more problems for Muslim women as it will disturb the
family structure among Muslims.
a press conference here, Mehbooba Mufti said that since she personally faced
the problems of a broken marriage, she thought it important that she should
speak up on the issue.
a Muslim woman who has gone through a broken marriage, I thought I should speak
up on the Triple Talaq Bill.
separation from her husband, the biggest problem for the woman is to raise her
bringing in the Triple Talaq Bill, the BJP is entering our homes. This will
disturb our family life and there will be more problems for women and men
have gone through a broken marriage and I feel that women face the biggest
challenge economically after her marriage fails.” Mehbooba Mufti accused the
BJP of dividing India on religious and sectarian lines.
Bill is the second assault on Muslims after the financial onslaught against
them through bans on mutton and leather industries.
we talk about reservations for Muslims, the BJP rejects it on religious lines.
But when it comes to this kind of law, they run to Parliament,” she said.
called for a consensus on the issue adding that Muslims always abide by the
award distribution ceremony with the title of 2nd Women Role Model Award on
Monday was held in recognition of those women who rendered tremendous services
in different walks of life.
event was organised by Rawalpindi Arts Council (RAC) and KZee Arts. Water
Planning Commissioner Chief Naseer Gillani was the chief guest accompanied by
Naheed Manzoor, RAC Director Waqar Ahmed, famous commentator Hassan Jalil and
Imtiaz Abbasi distributed awards among the female role models.
women included Naghmana Kanwal, Sultana Iqbal, Farida Shah, Kalsoom Durrani,
Zuhra Hameed, Shazia Sikandar, Sana Durrani, Aqsa Fatima, Sheza Kyani, Salma
Luqman and others who received the award of excellence. Versatile Dance Group
presented folk dances of Pakistan while Mohsin Pasha, Khawaja Naseer and Shazia
Javed sang on the occasion. Khalid Zia Siddique and Lubna Shahzadi anchored the
brave teachers and educators of Isfahan, with remarkable participation of
female teachers, gathered in large numbers outside the Department of Education
and held a protest on Thursday, December 27, 2018.
Security forces and intelligence agents had been stationed in the area since
early morning. Police officers, including plainclothes agents, had been sent
from all over Isfahan Province to identify the protesting teachers.
number of female agents of the State Security Force were in the scene to attack
the female teachers. They dragged the protesting women teachers into SSF cars.
Female agents went among the female teachers and sprayed pepper in their eyes
these brave women put up an impressive resistance by continuing their chants
despite being pepper sprayed.
women attacked some of the female teachers who were wearing chadors, trying to
take off their veil to identify and arrest them. One of their tactics was to
snatch the purses of female teachers and run towards the police vans. In this
way, they made the purses’ owners run towards the van, pushing them into the
van and forcefully arresting them.
regime had also hired a number of thugs to snatch the purses of female teachers
to identify them in this manner.
number of teachers fainted during the attacks due to old age or physical
weakness and a number of them had nausea and fell to the ground.
teachers resisted with bare hands but faced brutal attack by the State Security
Force. Teachers and in particular the female teachers did not surrender, and
after the initial attack by the State Security Force, they continued their
protest in Raja’i Park where the anti-riot forces attacked their gathering and
made dozens of arrests.
Province in central Iran has been the scene of major anti-government protests
since last year when the Iranian people’s uprising began.
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