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TasnimIran’s Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani slammed Washington’s backing for Saudi rulers whose hands are stained with the blood of Yemenis, saying US President Donald Trump’s recent visit to Riyadh showed the true color of the so-called advocate of human rights. “We all witnessed how the US president went to a country whose rulers have their hands stained with the blood of Yemen’s innocent people and have committed the gravest war crimes,” Ayatollah Amoli Larijani said in a meeting of high-ranking judiciary officials on Monday, referring to Trump’s trip to Saudi Arabia. Since March 25, 2015, Saudi Arabia and some of its Arab allies have been carrying out airstrikes against the Houthi Ansarullah movement in an attempt to restore power to Yemen’s fugitive former president. According to Yemen’s Legal Center of Rights and Development, the Saudi campaign has claimed the lives of over 12,000 Yemenis and left more than 20,000 others wounded.
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Whenever Arabs rise up against their corrupt rulers, they are reminded that Jerusalem is still under the boot of the Zionist occupier and that the first duty of every Arab is to liberate the holy city
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Victims of such situations whose number is immense have no possibility to protect their rights as there are no institutions or authorities they can refer to in order to be judged according the Islamic laws. Nobody can compell their oppressors to observe their rights granted by Shari'ah. The condemnation of society is surely not an adequate substitute as many of its members are ignorant and can blame a victim instead of oppressors, thus judging according their personal opinions (ra'i) and customs (adat) but not Shari'ah laws as they are not specialists in this area. These are surely consequences of the absence of Islamic government, and we can hardly overestimate Imam Khomeini's contribution into proving its necessity. By the way, the Infallibles (a) condemned cooperation with any kind of tyrants and illegitimate rulers and even prohibited referring to their courts instead of Islamic courts (and judicial autocracy is in turn a part of political subjectivity).
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The Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has taken a jab at Saudi Arabia’s regional policies including Riyadh’s recent arms deal with the US. The Leader has described Saudi rulers as unworthy and incompetent of governing a Muslim nation. Ayatollah Khamenei has noted that the Saudis think they can cozy up to the US by spending money but to no avail. He has stressed there is no such intimacy as the US is treating Saudi Arabia like a milk cow and manipulating it. The Leader has also criticized Riyadh’s policies in Bahrain and Yemen, saying the Saudi regime is evil and will definitely fall. Last week, Saudi Arabia signed a major arms deal with Washington during US President Donald Trump’s visit to Riyadh. The agreement is worth over 110 billion dollars. Saudi Arabia is the biggest arms importer from the US and is using the weapons mostly in its onslaught against its southern neighbor Yemen.
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Press TV Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says incompetent Saudi rulers believe in the Quran only in appearance but act in contravention of its teachings. Unfortunately today, the Islamic society, like other societies, has faced problems and the fate of some Islamic societies is in the hands of incompetent individuals like [those] in the Saudi government, Ayatollah Khamenei said in a Quranic meeting on Saturday. These individuals believe in the Quran in appearance and even print millions of copies of the Quran but they are in practice intimate with infidels contrary to Quran's stipulations, Ayatollah Khamenei added. The Leader slammed the ongoing anti-religious acts in Yemen and Bahrain and said those who are carrying out such measures against Muslims are illegitimate and will certainly face failure and doom.
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This side-effect is that a large portion of the masses have become aware of the massive, endemic corruption in the USG and its associates. This has engendered a general disrespect and even hatred for the USG itself, American Intel, American Law Enforcement, as well as all the American alphabets and all those leaders associated with each entity. This occurrence can itself make it relatively easy for a new set of rulers to use crises they create to push aside the Ruling Cabal and quickly rise to the top of a new form of government that is destined to be installed. It is my view that there is going to be tension between the Secret Shadow Government (SSG) which is based on the Secret Space War (SSW) and the Ruling Cabal (the Hierarchy, aka the BT/RKM/COL). I believe that the SSW has pulled the SSG into a major esoteric drift away from the reality of the Ruling Cabal and this tension will be resolved as the world masses that remain become fed up with Super Fascism.
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Hassett's material on the sex lives of modern archaeologists is less interesting than her material on the lives of ancient city dwellers. Still, she has an argument in Built on Bones about why cities triumphed over nomadism. Urban life, she suggests, created the conditions for the new agrarianism of regular plantings and domesticated animals. This, in turn, allowed the possibility of more regular calories—which both helped increase fertility and established the chance for the economic specialization that propelled civilization forward. At the same time, urban crowding and the domestication of animals introduced new pathogens and made diseases far more deadly. The new riches created by economic specialization made possible inequalities of a kind never known before—and thereby led to new types of starvation and war. But even as the existence of cities created problems, the fact of city population compelled rulers to deal with those problems.
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IRNA l Ahmad Moeini: Participants in today’s Friday Prayers took part in rallies across the country including the capital city, Tehran after the prayers to condemn crimes committed by the Bahraini Al-Khalifa rulers against the people in the country.
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Chinese police have arrested 44 suspects in the latest operation against a racket that preyed upon the victims national pride and desire for easy returns. Under the scheme, victims were promised a big payout in exchange for a small fee to help unfreeze assets held overseas that once belonged to former dynastic rulers and the Kuomintang government, authorities said. Chinas online scam victims cheated of US$1,400 each on average, says internet watchdog Since the first...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Muslims in Malaysia will begin the Ramadan fasting from tomorrow. The Keeper of the Rulers' Seal Datuk Seri Syed Danial Syed Ahmad announced today that the date for the start of Ramadan fasting has been fixed for tomorrow (May 27) as decreed by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong after receiving the consent of the Malay rulers. His announcement was broadcast live by Radio Televisyen Malaysia (RTM) tonight. Prior to this, Syed Danial in a statement had stated that the date for the sighting of the new moon to determine the date for the start of Ramadan fasting by Muslims in Malaysia had been fixed for today. The statement said the Conference of Rulers had agreed that the date for the start of Ramadan fasting would be determined via sighting of the new moon and astronomical calculations. — Bernama
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