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Revenge attack fears spark internal migration in India, Bibi talking tough on Iran and a new front in the war against radical Islam in Africa

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu chairs the weekly cabinet meeting at his office in Jerusalem on July 8, 2012.

Strike Talk — The Jerusalem Post has learned that Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu told private meetings that setting Iran’s nuclear plans back a few years to buy time for regime change or other developments would be good, even if Israel cannot destroy the country’s nuclear program. It said Netanyahu compared the situation to the 1981 attack on Iraq’s Osirak nuclear reactor, when intelligence circles feared they could only delay the program by a couple of years.

Sectarianism — The Times of India reports on the recent exodus from southern Indian cities of Muslim migrants from the country’s northeast, fearing reprisals over spiraling communal violence in Assam and neighboring states. In an editorial style addition to the end of the article, the newspaper called for cool heads: “Those who deliberately spread rumors in a situation as tense as this one are no less guilty of fanning the flames than those who incite violence,” it wrote.

The Latest Front — The Washington Post reports from towns along Niger’s long border with Mali and northern Nigeria, where al-Qaeda affiliate Boko Haram has intensified attacks this year. The newspaper wrote: “Boko Haram is trying to spread its hard-line ideology and violent aspirations in these border towns, and its fighters are using Niger as a gateway to join up with the Islamists in northern Mali, U.N. security experts and local officials say.”

Contrasting  Elections — The Associated Press compares the Chinese and U.S. political campaigns over choosing their next leaders, as they both enter the final stretch. While “U.S. candidates ricochet from one electoral appearance to the next,” waging “loud, rah-rah campaigns with a clear timetable as they head toward the Nov. 6 presidential election,” the date for this fall’s Communist Party congress, which will determine who will replace outgoing leader Hu Jintao, has not even been announced yet.

Assange Asylum Denounced — “The UK and Sweden have criticised Ecuador for granting political asylum to Julian Assange,” the BBC writes, “as the diplomatic row over what to do with him intensifies.” The WikiLeaks founder has taken refuge in Equador’s London embassy since June, to avoid extradition to Sweden over allegations of sexual assault.  The U.K is denying Assange safe passage out of the country. Ricardo Patino, Equador’s Foreign Minister told BBC Mundo that the U.K. should respect Ecuador’s “sovereign decision.”

Trusted Advisor —  As the uncle of North Korean leader King Jong Un meets with China’s highest officials in Beijing, the New York Times examines his “growing influence as a key adviser to the young Mr. Kim.” Jang Song-thaek, the brother-in-law of former leader Kim Jong Il, is perceived to be at the forefront of plans for North Korea to develop two special trade zones near the Chinese border, which “if successful, would provide the Pyongyang government with badly needed money as it tries to revive its moribund economy.”

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Human Beings: See islam always attacks the other religions so now all religions will attack muslim as their enemy. Like a prophet jails bad spirits the islam will be Shut for 1000 years as the punishment for arrogant muslims to explain them who are the ruler of islam.

Firozali A.Mulla
Firozali A.Mulla


family of a senior partner at Deloitte has called for answers after he

apparently committed suicide days after the auditing firm was linked to the

Standard Chartered Iran dollar trades’ scandal. China's currency is facing strong downward

pressure this year as the country's once surging growth rates slow amid a

stalling global economy and signs of capital flight after years of inflows. It is a new development for the Yuan, once on a

steady upward trajectory on the back of expectations that China's impressive

economic strength made the currency a one-way bet. After Standard Chartered

Bank, government

agencies in the US are investigating dealings of Deutsche Bank and many other global banks over accusations of funnelling billions of

dollars through their branches in New York for sanctioned nations like Iran and

Sudan, a media report said. The investigation into Deutsche Bank is the latest

in a series of cases against global financial firms since 2009, a report in the

New York Times said. Earlier this week, Global banking giant Standard

Chartered agreed to pay $340 million to New York's top banking regulator,

settling allegations that it hid about 60,000 transactions worth $250 billion

with the Iranian government and exposing the US financial system to terrorists,

weapon dealers and drug kingpins. It suggests the practice of

transferring money on behalf of Iranian banks and corporations flourished under

a loophole in US policy that ended in 2008, the report added. I thank you

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Ghanashyam Usham
Ghanashyam Usham

The part about Sectarianism in which it's written about fleeing of "muslim migrants" from India's Northeast is completely wrong!! People who are fleeing are "The Mongoloid feature inhabitants of India's northeast including Nepalis" who are running in fear of attacks by 'Muslims' in South India. It is the non-muslim racial minority who are fleeing. I wonder how such a reputed magazine like TIME got this wrong


Global News:

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