Al-Manar TV Lebanon Al-Manar TV Lebanon Army Presses on with Battle against Militants in Tripoli Clashes erupted in the old souks of the northern city of Tripoli on Friday evening and continued until Saturday afternoon Prophet Calls Closest Kindred to Islam, Supported by Imam Ali, Abu Talib (13) Prophet Mohammad (pbuh) continued his confidential call to Islam for almost three years after receiving the divine mission, avoiding to reveal the matter to public in order to prepare cadres and protect the future of the Mission. Turkey Rejects Greek Accusations of Violating Sea Laws Turkey rejected on Friday Greek accusations of sea law violations in the waters around Cyprus. Between the Battle of Marj Dabiq and Kobani: Dreams of Turkish Conquests According to the German Orientalist Brockelmann, the Ottoman Empire has recorded decisive victories between the years 1324 and 182 US: Palestinian-American Killed by Israeli Forces Zionist forces shot and killed a Palestinian-American youth during clashes on Friday. Gunman Shoots 3 Deputies, Killing 2 in California A man armed with an assault rifle shot and killed two California sheriff’s deputies and wounded another deputy and a motorist in separate incidents Friday in and around Sacramento Putin: Situation in Ukraine Shows Deep Crisis in International Law The events in Ukraine showed that the international law is in deep crisis as many international human rights organizations turn a blind eye to crimes against civilians in Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Tuesday. Egypt Imposes State of Emergency in Sinai As Terrorist Bomb Killed 30 Soldiers Egypt declared a three-month state of emergency would begin Saturday in the north and center of the Sinai Peninsula after a suicide car bombing killed 30 soldiers. Tunisia Police Kill 6 ’Militants’ Ahead of Key Polls Tunisian police killed six suspected militants, five of them women, in a raid on a suburban house Friday after a 28-hour standoff, fanning tensions ahead of a landmark election. Teenager Shoots One Person Dead at Washington High School before Killing Himself A student at a Washington state high school is dead after opening fire in the cafeteria, killing one person and seriously wounding four others before apparently turning the gun on himself. US Looking into Possible Chlorine Gas Attack in Iraq: Kerry The United States is looking into reports that ISIL terrorists used chlorine gas against Iraqi security forces, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Friday. Military Significance of Syrian Army Achievement in Hamah Countryside As the Syrian army regained its control over the city of Morek in Hamah northern countryside, it blocked the terrorists’ main way of military, human and logistic supplies. Terrorist Mikati Coordinated with MPs to Launch Major Attack against Leb. Army Security sources revealed that the terrorist Ahmad Mikati who was arrested by the Lebanese Army on Thursday used to coordinate with one of the North’s MPs and plotted for launching a major attack against the Lebanese army. Putin: US, Its Allies Armed Syria Terrorists, Empowered ISIL Russian President Vladimir Putin lashed out at the United States and the West for destabilizing the world order of checks and balances for its own gains. Lebanese Army Repels Terrorists in Arsal, Clash with Others in Tripoli The Lebanese army repelled a terrorist group that tried to infiltrate into the area of Wadi Hmayed in Arsal, according to Al-Manar reporter. Zionist Troops Kill Palestinian in WB, Injure 15 Others in Occupied Jerusalem Israeli occupation forces shot and killed a Palestinian teenager late Friday during clashes in Silwad village near Ramallah in the occupied West Bank, medical officials said. Kurds Reject Erdogan Report of Deal with Syrian Rebels to Aid Besieged Kobani A senior Syrian Kurdish official on Friday rejected a report from Turkey’s president that Syrian Kurds had agreed to let "Free Syrian Army" fighters enter the border town of Kobani to help them push back besieging ISIL terrorists. Sayyed Houthi: Failure to Form New Government Entails Real Dangers Sayyed Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi, the leader of Yemen’s Houthi group, asserted that the political factions have to meet the Yemenis’ demands and to be responsible in tackling their situations. Bomb in Egypt’s Sinai Kills 26 Soldiers A car bomb in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula killed at least 26 soldiers Friday, in one of the deadliest attacks on security forces since the army deposed Islamist president Mohammad Mursi last year. UN ’Concerned’ over Reports of Cluster Bombs in Ukraine’s Donbass Reports about the use of cluster bombs by Ukraine’s military in Donetsk Region “raise UN’s special concern.” China Won’t Join Sanctions against Russia The Chinese government will not join economic sanctions against Russia Tunisian Forces Clash with Militants, Kill 6 Incl. 5 Women Tunisian security forces killed five women and a man after a standoff with an extremist militant group on the outskirts of Tunis on Friday. Amnesty: Ferguson Police Violated International Standards Amnesty International condemned the harsh police response to mostly peaceful protests in Ferguson, Missouri, which erupted after a white police officer killed an unarmed black teenager in August “Allowing Israeli Prison Guards to Bear Arms a Prelude to Murder of Palestinians” A Palestinian NGO warned Thursday against new regulations that will allow Israeli prison guards to carry firearms during cell inspections Israel Confiscates More Palestinian Land in Northern West Bank Israeli authorities on Thursday confiscated 20 dunums (5 acres) of Palestinian land near the Zionist settlement bloc of Ariel in the northern West Bank, on the same day that Israeli authorities halted plans to take 15 dunums (4 acres)