Fox News host Sean Hannity interviews Brigitte Gabriel of ACT for America and Michael Ghouse on US Congressman Andre Carson’s statement that American schools should be modeled after Madrassas with their foundation as the Koran and on the second topic of the White House invitation to the Muslim Brotherhood. Air Date: 7/9/2012READ MORE »
Daily archives for July 14th, 2012
Most of the people killed in the Tremsa massacre in central Syria were rebel fighters, an activist said on Friday, adding the bloodbath followed a Free Syrian Army attack on an army convoy.
“At this stage, though we do not yet have the final count, the number of civilians killed by shelling is not more than seven,” Jaafar, an activist at the anti-regime Sham News Network. “The rest were members of the (rebel) Free Syrian Army.”
“An army convoy was on its [...]READ MORE »
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Halim Dhanidina, who spent 14 years as a Los Angeles County deputy district attorney, was appointed to a California Superior Court judgeship May 18 by Governor Jerry Brown.
Dhanidina, a founding member of the Association of South Asian Prosecutors, will be the first Muslim American on a California bench, said Brown, announcing the appointments of 17 judges. Dhanidina will take up his new role June 20, although he has not yet been assigned to a court.
“I hope that [...]READ MORE »
Shafilea Ahmed lied when she said she was beaten because she would not agree to a forced marriage, her father has told Chester Crown Court.
Iftikhar Ahmed, 52, said what was written on her application form for emergency accommodation was “not true”.
Mr Ahmed and his wife Farzana Ahmed, 49, of Warrington, both deny murdering their 17-year-old daughter.
Shafilea disappeared in September 2003 and was found on the bank of the River Kent in Cumbria in February 2004.
Her emergency accommodation application was read [...]READ MORE »
A teenager was tortured to death during an ‘exorcism’ on Friday in a Cheecha Watni village (Pakistan).
The report of an autopsy performed on Salma, 13, stated that she had died from suffocation. It said the girl’s breathing was hampered by blocking her nostrils with cotton buds and holding her mouth shut.
The autopsy, carried out at Cheechwatni tehsil headquarters (THQ) hospital, confirmed that her skin was burnt with a hot iron rod. The report said there were bruises on the girl’s [...]READ MORE »
A federal grand jury returned an indictment charging an Iranian man and a Chinese man with trying to export U.S. material that would aid Tehran’s uranium-enrichment efforts.
The Iranian, Parviz Khaki, was accused of conspiring to procure radioactive material from the U.S. for customers in Iran, according to the superseding indictment, which was filed late Thursday.
Khaki and Zongcheng Yi were each charged with one count of conspiracy to violate the International Emergency Economic Powers Act for working trying to export U.S. [...]READ MORE »
Switzerland’s supreme court (pictured) has intervened to stop a young Kosovan woman having to decide whether to remain with her abusive husband or lose her Swiss residency permit.
The 21-year-old Kosovan woman came to join her husband in St. Gallen in the east of Switzerland some 21 months ago, newspaper Tages Anzeiger reported.
The husband, who is seven years older than his wife, forbade her from attending German-language or integration courses and would only allow her to leave the house in the [...]READ MORE »
A suicide bomber blew himself up Saturday in a wedding hall in northern Afghanistan, killing at least 22 people and wounding 40 others, including a well-known commander in an attack that deals a setback to efforts to unify the nation’s ethnic factions, Afghan officials said.
Ahmad Khan Samangani, an ethnic Uzbek who is also a member of parliament, was welcoming guests to his daughter’s wedding when the explosion occurred in Aybak, the capital of Samangan province.
The attacker embraced MP Ahmad Khan, [...]READ MORE »
A suicide bomber targeting “dignitaries” leaving Friday prayers at the home of a key Islamic leader killed five people in Nigeria’s restive Borno state, the police commissioner said.
“A lone suicide bomber blew himself up while targeting some dignitaries coming back from the Friday prayers near the Shehu’s palace. Five people have been killed,” said Bala Hassan, confirming the blast in the state capital Maiduguri.
The Shehu of Borno, Umar Garbai el-Kanemi, the top Islamic leader in the state, appeared to have [...]READ MORE »
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has announced that it is recalling the Playstation 3 video game, LittleBigPlanet, from retailers after it learned that the soundtrack featured some Arabic-language lines from the Koran backed with music.
A SCEE representative also confirmed to GameSpot that this recall would be global, and could not confirm when the game would now actually hit shelves with the offending music removed.
Sony’s LittleBigPlanet is expected to be one of the most high-profile releases of this holiday season. Developer Media [...]READ MORE »
The Muslim war against Israel never stops: an IDF force shot dead an armed terrorist who tried to cross into Israel from Gaza near Kibbutz Erez Friday afternoon.
A security source said that the IDF force identified an infiltration attempt. As soon as the soldiers verified that the infiltrator is an armed terrorist, the soldiers opened fire on him and killed him.
The level of alert in the Jewish communities near Gaza was elevated after the incident, out of concern that additional [...]READ MORE »
Louis Farrakhan announced that he would lead the members of the Fruit of Islam, the men of the Nation of Islam, into the streets to stem the bloody tide of violence that has gripped Chicago and many cities across America in an interview with the “governor of talk radio” Cliff Kelley of WVON 1690AM.
Mr. Kelley spoke of the recent killing of seven-year-old Heaven Sutton, who sadly was gunned down outside of her family’s Westside home as she sold candy and [...]READ MORE »
The Constituent Assembly committee tasked with drafting Egypt’s new constitution has revealed articles of the document, which declares that “Islam is the religion of the state” informed by Islamic Sharia principles. However, those statements seem to contradict an included provision for Christians and Jews to be governed by their own religion, according to observers.
The draft for Article 1 reads, according to Egyptian newspaper Ahram: “The Arab Republic of Egypt is democratic, consultative, constitutional and modernized; based on the separation of [...]READ MORE »
‘I was trying to stop the hate.’
That’s what he told police June 17 after he was arrested for trying to run over a group of Christian fundamentalists who were denouncing Islam in front of the largest mosque in the country, Dearborn’s Islamic Center of America.
A police report obtained under the Freedom of Information Act provides details about the incident that has touched off a firestorm of commentary on right-wing blogs and fanned the notion held by some that Dearborn’s Muslim [...]READ MORE »
Plans for a Sri Lankan Community Centre in Fishermead have been given the go-ahead despite angry protests by residents.
Members of the Fishermead Residents’ Association, carrying banners and shouting slogans, met members of the council’s development control committee at a site visit at Fishermead Boulevard on Monday.
The proposed Sri Lankan centre will see a new two-storey building with three classrooms, a meeting room, a gym, library, two separate commercial units and two large community halls – one to be used primarily [...]READ MORE »
A Quebec activist who fought the stereotyping of Muslims was charged with supporting terrorism on Friday after an RCMP investigation linked her to an alleged scheme to smuggle weapons to Hezbollah in Lebanon.
Mouna Diab, 26, was charged with committing a crime “for the benefit of, at the direction of, or in association with a terrorist group,” the RCMP said in a statement. She faces a possible life sentence if convicted.
The Laval woman was arrested at Montreal’s Trudeau airport last year [...]READ MORE »
Military and police officials in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula said on Friday that two U.S. tourists have been abducted by a Bedouin seeking to pressure officials to release his detained relative.
Officials said that the two Americans, a man and a woman, were taken along with their Egyptian tour guide, in a mountainous region in the center of the peninsula called Sabr el-Hitan.
U.S. Embassy spokesman David Lynnfield told AP the embassy was looking into the kidnapping.
Security officials say the Bedouin man abducted [...]READ MORE »
Police have confirmed that two members of the English Defence League have been sent death threats ahead of their controversial march in Bristol this weekend.
But the far-right group’s march in protest at what it calls the “Islamification” of Bristol will still go ahead on Saturday afternoon.
Avon and Somerset police confirmed to the Post that officers had issued two individuals with notices known as Osman Warnings.
They are made when police have intelligence of a threat but not enough evidence to justify [...]READ MORE »
An Uzbek man who came to America pursuing an Ivy League medical degree but wound up working seven days a week at a mall kiosk in Alabama was sentenced to more than 15 years in prison Friday for plotting to kill President Barack Obama.
U.S. District Judge Abdul K. Kallon imposed the sentence on Ulugbek Kodirov, 22. He had faced up to 30 years in prison.
Written and oral court pleadings showed Kodirov, whose parents are professionals who worked for the government [...]READ MORE »