Terrorists, Arrested in Libya, Admit Qatar and Turkey Supported Terrorists in Syria, Iraq

TRIPOLI- Libyan security sources have revealed that investigations with multi-national terrorists arrested in several Libyan areas uncovered that Turkey and Qatar are involved in supporting Daesh and al-Qaeda terrorist organizations in Syria and Iraq as well as other extremist groups like Ansar al-Sharia, and al-Qaeda-linked Libyan Combat Group operating in Libya.

Talking to the Libyan media, the security sources said that most of the arrested terrorists were from Tunisia, Algeria, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Yemen and Palestine besides others from Libya. They came to Libya across Turkey and were trained in some Libyan areas with Qatari funding as to be sent later to Syria and Iraq to fight along with the terrorist groups there.

Hollande, the Least popular President in France History, Continues Support Terrorists in Syria

PARIS, (ST) _ French President Francois Hollande, the least popular president in the history of the French Republic continued his policies of supporting terrorist organizations in Syria and the region. This was expressed in an interview Hollande made yesterday with the French Inter France's public radio when he called for supporting what he called "moderate opposition" in Syria.

Vice-Speaker Describes Iran's Air Defense Shield as Real Iron Dome


TEHRAN  -Vice-Speaker of the Iranian Parliament Mohammad Hassan Aboutorabifardpraised Khatamol-Anbia Air Defense Base for its strong protection of the country's airspace from possible enemy threats, and said Iran's skies are the safest in the region for the passing flights.

ISIL Using Hallucinating Drugs to Send Iraqi Youth to Suicide Missions


TEHRAN - The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) terrorist group gives hallucinating drugs to young men in the city of Mosul to send them to suicide missions, a senior Iraqi legislator revealed on Monday, FNA reported.

Patriarch Rahi Prays for Peace in Syria, Lebanon

BEIRUT, (ST)-Maronite Patriarch, Cardinal Beshara Boutros Rahi, prayed during Sunday sermon for peace to prevail in Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, the holy lands and all countries of the Middle East, stressing the need to elect a president to the Lebanese Republic.