|04/02/2012 TURKEY - SYRIA|
Gulf states to pledge US$ 100 million to oust Assad
Money will pay fighters. Saudi Arabia wants to arm them but many fear an all-out civil war. The US will provide rebels with humanitarian aid and communications tools. Assad's supporters, China, Russia and Iran did not attend the Istanbul meeting. Opposition remains divided.
|03/31/2012 SAUDI ARABIA - INDIA|
Indian Christians against the Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia, who wants to eliminate all churches
The appeal of the All India Christian Council (AICC) to the Indian government. In Saudi Arabia and the Gulf region home to many Indian and Filipino Christians who suffer violence and discrimination. The mufti's words contrary to United Nations Charter.
|03/23/2012 SAUDI ARABIA|
Saudi traditions changing in stores and shopping malls
Some 600 lingerie shops are closed for failing to replace salesmen with women. Riyadh governor lifts ban on men going to shopping malls at peak hours in order to stop the harassment of women by gatherings of men.
Mosul: more Christian blood, 45 year old photographer killed
Salman Dawoud Salman was killed with nine shots. He had been kidnapped four days earlier, perhaps for money, the corpse found in the neighborhood southwest of the city. AsiaNews sources: Mosul has become a stronghold of Sunni Islam, linked to Saudi Arabia. The goal is to create an Islamic state.
|03/22/2012 SAUDI ARABIA |
For the first time Saudi female athletes at the Olympics
A decision to this effect was taken by Prince Nayef, provided participation "meets the standards of decency and women do not contradict Islamic law", the pro-government Arab News, an editorial states the need to guarantee equal rights to women.
|03/21/2012 SAUDI ARABIA|
Grand Mufti: all churches on the Arabian Peninsula should be destroyed
Sheikf Abdul responds to an organization on the Kuwaiti ban on building new churches in the country. For the religious leaders only one religion on the Arabian Peninsula. The fear of the Christians and the silence of Western countries.
|03/17/2012 SAUDI ARABIA - PHILIPPINES|
Saudi Arabia, 70% of Filipino domestic workers suffer physical and psychological violence
Revealed by research of the Committee on Overseas Workers Welfare. The cases of rape suffered by Filipino young people are on the agenda. To avoid an increase in wages, the government of Riyadh bans unskilled workers from the Philippines and Indonesia.
|03/16/2012 VATICAN - SYRIA|
Vatican Nuncio: For the Church in Syria it is time to go on the offensive and not stand and watch
In an interview with AsiaNews, Mgr. Mario Zenari, for the past three years nuncio in Damascus, described all the elements that make up the tangled skein of Syria. The deep division between Sunnis and Alawites (Shiites) and the growing hatred. The too fearful Christians must commit themselves to building a society where there is respect for man and his rights, equality for women, equality among all citizens, freedom of religion and of conscience. Being in Syria is a mission. At Homs a priest talks with the rebels and with the army to provide aid to the poor, to save the lives of the inhabitants, to bury the dead that nobody wants to touch. In a year of violence at least 800-900 children have been killed. The majority were shot in the streets by unknown snipers. Syria is changing and there's no turning back.
Christians in a divided country, after a year of revolt
With Iran delivering medical aid and Saudi Arabia and Qatar willing to arm the rebels, Syria appears to be breaking up. A witness to the events, a Catholic priest describes the situation of communal hatred and fear but also the action of Christians and Muslims, working together to help the victims. The country's Churches are divided between blind support for Assad and non-violent opposition in favour of the rule of law and a state where Christians and Muslims are equal before the law.
|03/09/2012 SAUDI ARABIA|
International Women's Day in Saudi Arabia: 50 female students injured in protest
Poor sanitation and ill-treatment by faculty lead to protest. University spokesman alleges students attacked administrative staff, faculty and security personnel.
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