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Saudis Arrest Sheikh Radi for Defending Holy Prophet


The Saudi authorities arrested Monday the prominent cleric in al-Ahsa province, Sheikh Hussein Radi.

The arrest came after His Eminence called and led the peaceful march which emerged in defense of the Holy Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).

Radi, who is in his sixties, was detained after performing his night prayers in the village of al-Omran. He was led to the Hofuf police station.

In parallel, the Sheikh’s relatives expressed fear over his health condition especially that he suffers from a heart disease and is in special need for treatment as well as for timed medication.

Earlier, Radi accused the US and the Zionists of being fully responsible for producing and funding the anti-Islam film.

He further called for suing the aggressors on more than a billion and a half Muslims.


Dozens of Saudis arrested after demo outside Tarfiya prison

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Hidden Agendas


Published on Sep 17, 2012 by RTGlobalReport


Thousands of Pakistanis protesting against an anti-Islam video produced in the United States clashed with police as they tried to march toward the US Consulate in the southern city of Karachi on Sunday. Large crowds of protesters took streets of other Pakistani cities, including Lahore and Peshawar.


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Hidden Agendas


Published on Sep 17, 2012 by RussiaToday

Biggest-ever rally over an anti-Islamic film has brought scores to Beirut, Lebanon, following a call for mass demonstrations by Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah.
Most of the demonstrators were wearing green and yellow headbands, indicating membership in Hezbollah. The official number of participants is yet to be released, but has been estimated based on video and photos to be over a hundred thousand people.


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Russia Today
September 12, 2012

There’s been an attack on the US embassy in Beirut. This comes after President Obama confirmed that his ambassador to Libya – and three other officials – were killed in the city of Benghazi. Christopher Stevens was at the US consulate there when an armed mob stormed the compound, in protest at an American film which has been described as an insult to Islam.

A team of US anti-terror marines is reportedly heading to Libya to beef up security for diplomats. RT talks to independent news editor James Corbett.

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