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05 jun 12 osint arabian peninsula tracker

05 jun 12 osint arabian peninsula tracker

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This OSINT publication contains foreign mediaderived entirely from open sources in andaround the CENTCOM AOR
05 Jun 2012
Bahrain Sees New Dialogue with Opposition: TradeArabia
Opposition groups in Bahrain have shown genuine interest in taking part in a new national dialogue that wouldinclude participants from across the political spectrum, government officials said.
(Source: Bahrain; Financial; Neutral) 
Bahrain Sets Up New
Rights Panel: Khaleej Times
Bahrain on Sunday formed a supreme committee to follow up on the recommendations of the UN Human RightsCouncil.
(Source: Dubai, UAE; Daily; Neutral) 
Bahrain Plans Solar Smart Grid Project: TradeArabia
Bahrain has announced plans to implement the first-of-its-kind solar smart grid in the Middle East region thuspaving the way for future smart cities in Gulf.
(Source: Bahrain; Financial; Neutral) 
Bahrain Press Review: BNA
Bahraini daily newspapers carried numerous headlines on most significant local news, activities and functions aswell as latest Arab and international developments.
(Source: Manama, Bahrain; Official Govt site) 
Bahrain Says Group Follows Violent Shi'ite Cleric: Reuters
Bahrain justified moves to ban a small Islamist group on Monday by saying a radical Shi'ite cleric based abroadwas its spiritual leader, while the move was seen by some as a renewed warning to leading Shi'ite opposition partyWefaq.
(Source: International; HQ New York; Independent; Neutral) 
Bahrain Coordinating Committee Supports UN Human Rights Council Recommendations for Bahrain: PRNNews
The DC-based Bahrain Coordinating Committee announces its support of the recommendations proposed to theKingdom of Bahrain by the United Nations Human Rights Council.
(Source: International; HQ NY; Wire service) 
Bahrain Moves against Illegal Labor Camps: TradeArabia
Bahrain has launched a nationwide crackdown on illegal labor camps to combat growing safety violations that putthe lives of workers at risk.
(Source: Bahrain; Financial; Neutral) 
MP Files Motion to Grill Kuwait Labor Minister: Gulf News
A second lawmaker has filed a motion to grill Kuwait’s social affairs and labor minister in a new indication of thedifficult relations between the parliament and the cabinet.
(Source: UAE; Independent; Pro-West) 
Cabinet to Issue Decision on Reducing Number of Expats ‘Stay in the Country for Employment Only’: ArabTimes
The Council of Ministers will soon issue a decision to reduce the number of expatriates in Kuwait so that they donot exceed 45 percent of the total population in Kuwait, reports Al-Rai daily quoting informed sources.
(Source: Safat, Kuwait; Daily; Undetermined) 
Cabinet Says Al-Rujaib Grilling Undermines National Unity:Al Watan DailyOSINT Phone #: 813.827.1441 - Email: CCJ2-OSINT@CENTCOM.SMIL.MILUNCLASSIFIED//FOUO
This OSINT publication contains foreign mediaderived entirely from open sources in andaround the CENTCOM AOR
05 Jun 2012
While the Cabinet on Monday discussed the options on the table to handle the current political situation in thecountry, reports have alluded to a possible mass Cabinet resignation in reaction to the cascade of motions toquestion ministers.
(Source: Doha, Qatar; Daily; Undetermined) 
Gulf Countries to Save Up to $1b per Year with Smart Grid: Oman Daily Observer
The Middle East & North Africa (Mena) region is in the early stages of its smart grid development but stands torealize strong benefits, including minimum savings of $300 million to $1 billion per year for Gulf countries, says anew study released yesterday by Northeast Group. 
(Source: Muscat, Oman; Undetermined; Daily) 
Oman Going Solar: Times of Oman
From well-established companies and smaller trading houses to international investors, more and more people andcompanies are making solar energy systems available in Oman.
(Source: Ruwi, Oman, Daily) 
Qatar Signs Pact to Host UN Climate Change Conference: Gulf Times
Qatar and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) formally agreed yesterday tohost the 2012 sessions of the UN Climate Change Conference in Doha from November 26 to December 7.
 (Source: Doha, Qatar; Independent; Neutral) 
Qatar Most Competitive in Gulf: IMD: Zawya
Qatar has been named the most competitive country in the Gulf in new rankings published by the InternationalInstitute for Management Development (IMD).
(Source: Dubai, UAE; Business focus; Neutral) 
KSA Demands UN Act to End Syria Carnage: Arab News
The Council of Ministers yesterday expressed deep concern over the worsening security situation in Syria andcalled for an immediate UN Security Council intervention to stop the bloodbath, violence and crimes in the war-torncountry. It also endorsed an agreement with the United Kingdom on the transfer of sentenced convicts.
(Source: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; Daily; Undetermined) 
Saudi Arabia among ME Countries Targeted by New 'Flame' Cyber Virus: Zawya
Saudi Arabia has been named as one of a number of Middle Eastern countries that has been targeted by a newlydiscovered, highly sophisticated virus that has affected as many as 10 computer systems in the Kingdom,according to experts at Russian-based Internet security firm Kaspersky Labs.
(Source: Dubai, UAE; Business focus; Neutral) 
FM Leaves for Saudi to Attend GCC Ministerial Meeting: KUNA
Deputy Prime Minister, Foreign Minister and Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Sheikh Sabah Khalid Al-Hamad Al-Sabah due to leave for Saudi Arabia to attend the 123rd ministerial meeting of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)states in Jeddah on Tuesday.
(Source: Safat, Kuwait; Govt News Agency) 
Grand Mosque Will Hold 1.5m Pilgrims after Expansion: Arabian Business
Saudi Arabia says its ongoing SAR80bn (US$21.33bn) expansion of Makkah's Grand Mosque will eventually allowthe Islamic holy site to accommodate 1.5m worshippers, it was reported.
(Source: Dubai, UAE; Weekly Magazine) 
This OSINT publication contains foreign mediaderived entirely from open sources in andaround the CENTCOM AOR
05 Jun 2012
Saudi Religious Cops Wrong over Mall Woman, Chief Admits: Arabian Business
The chief of Saudi Arabia's religious police has strongly criticized one of the force's volunteers for ordering awoman to leave a shopping mall as she was wearing nail polish, it was reported.
(Source: Dubai, UAE; Weekly Magazine) 
Keep Your Door Open to Saudis Abroad: King Tells Envoys: Emirates 24/7
King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, receiving new ambassadors to some other countries, told them to keep their dooropen to Saudis abroad and warned them that he would know who will not heed his advice.
(Source: UAE; Awraq Publishing, an Arab Media Group Subsidiary; Undetermined; Business Daily) 
Sharpest Rise in New Orders for 11 Months: Arab News
Saudi Arabia’s nonoil private sector economy continued to expand at a robust pace last month, says new reportfrom the Saudi British Bank (SABB) and HSBC.
(Source: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; Daily; Undetermined) 
Saudi-German Joint Commission to Review Key Projects: Arab News
Finance Minister Ibrahim Al-Assaf and German Minister of Economics and Technology Philipp Rosler will co-chairthe joint economic commission (JEC) meeting tomorrow.
(Source: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; Daily; Undetermined) 
UAE Tops in Efficiency of Govt Fiscal Policy: Khaleej Times
The UAE has been named the world’s most efficient country in terms of governmental fiscal policy. The GlobalCompetitiveness Report 2012 also ranks the nation seventh globally in public sector financial managementefficiency.
(Source: Dubai, UAE; Daily; Neutral) 
UAE Keen to Build Bridges of Friendship, Says Khalifa: Khaleej Times
forging balanced relations and in furthering economic, cultural and tourist exchange with brotherly and friendlycountries, the President, His Highness Shaikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, affirmed on Monday.
(Source: Dubai,UAE; Daily; Neutral) 
Yemen Troops, Tanks Push Towards Qaeda-Held Town: Gulf Times, Reuters
Hundreds of Yemeni troops backed by tanks advanced in a bid to retake a coastal town from Al Qaeda-linkedfighters yesterday, residents said, part of a US-backed offensive in a country Washington sees as a frontlineagainst Islamist militants.
(Source: Doha, Qatar; Independent; Neutral) 
The Battle for Southern Yemen:
The phone rang; it was the army public affairs officer who said "You can go with an escort to safer areas inZinjibar".
(Source: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; Undetermined; Anti-West; Daily) 
Yemeni Journalist, Nobel Laureate to Visit Harvard: AP
H.E. Tawakkol Karman, a journalist and activist who galvanized Yemeni support for the Arab Spring uprisings lastyear, will speak at a Harvard Kennedy school forum.
(Source: International; Independent; Neutral) 
US Warns of 'Overlooked' Food Crisis in Yemen: Times of Oman
US government aid agency on Tuesday warned that a humanitarian crisis in conflict-ridden Yemen was being"overlooked" despite escalating to levels seen in the Horn of Africa and the Sahel.
(Source: Ruwi, Oman, Daily) 
Clashes in South Kill 23 Al-Qaeda Militants: Yemen: Daily StarOSINT Phone #: 813.827.1441 - Email: CCJ2-OSINT@CENTCOM.SMIL.MILUNCLASSIFIED//FOUO

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