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Saturday, March 25, 2006

Not everyone who leaves Islam is automatically killed, says scholar

Islam makes no secret of the mortality of leaving the faith. This is from IslamOnline's section for Fatwa's, religious rulings on questions alledgedly asked by the readers. Click headline to get all of the fatwa's.

Q: “Dear scholars, As-Salamu `alaykum. Non-Muslims often comment about Islam saying that most Muslims are Muslims because of the death penalty for apostasy. Many claim that there is inherent hypocrisy as converts from other religions are eagerly awaited for, while if a Muslim decides not to follow Islam he is put to death. Please clarify.”

A:… Moreover, it is incorrect to say that everyone who leaves Islam is automatically killed. Thus, if an apostate causes no harm to the Muslim community and does not call for spreading hostility towards Islam, he is not to be punished, rather he is to be advised kindly and wisely to let him know the true image of Islam. … ”

The site also refers to a similar question on hypocrisy and quotes Sheikh Yusuf Al-Qaradawi - one of the main instigators of the boycor against Denamrk - for this:

A: “Hypocrisy is more dangerous than open disbelief. This fact will be clearly discerned when one reflects back to the great danger which the leader of Madinah’s hypocrites, `Abdullah ibn Ubayy, posed to Islam. The Madinah’s hypocrites were more threatening to Islam than Abu Jahl and the pagans of Makkah. It is for this that the Qur’an specified only two verses for dispraising the disbelievers at the beginning of surat al-Baqarah, while hypocrites were given a share of thirteen verses in the same surat. “
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Terror connected Abu Laban speaks of suicide mission

Abu Laban ties the robe around his neck (from AGORA)

ABU LABAN:{He’s doing everything to get contacts.}{He’s contacted Amr Moussa and he means to wreak absolute havoc.}{He wants to join the fray and turn it into a Martyr operation right now.}
[Picture cuts to Abu Laban’s office. Picture of Mohammed Sifaoui in lower right corner. He’s speaking to DR’s TV-Avisen by phone from Paris][Text in yellow box says: “Mohammed SifaouiTV-Journalist, Paris]
Mohammed Sifaoui:{He says, quoting:}{”He wants to blow everything up. He wants to commit a Martyr assassination.”}{To be exact: a Martyr-operation. I.e. a suicide operation.}

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Gadhafi lashes out at 'backward society' in Middle East NEW YORK (AP) - Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, in a rare moment of self-criticism, lashed out at what he described as "backward" societies in the Middle East, arguing that government heavy-handedness in dealing with political opposition stemmed from ... more

Sheikh Al-Sadlan: Ideological extremism is a reality that needs to be dealt with Riyadh - Ideological extremism exists in Saudi Arabia and should be treated, according to Sheikh Saleh Al-Sadlan, professor of law at Riyadh’s Imam Mohammad ibn Saud University and famous mufti. He was commenting on the events at last month’s Book ... more

Int'l Organization, Fund for Defending Prophet MANAMA, March 24, 2006 (IslamOnline.net) - Muslim scholars wrapped up their two-day meeting in the Bahraini capital Manama Thursday night, March 23, announcing the establishment of an international organization and a fund for defending prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him) against defamatory attacks in the West... more

Royal Visit to Bridge Cultural Gap RIYADH, 25 March 2006 — Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, arrived in Riyadh last night on a two-day visit to the Kingdom. They were received by Prince Bandar ibn... Full Story

Iraqi forces grow as new operations continue BAGHDAD, Iraq - Iraqi Security Forces are growing more confident and capable as they gain combat experience across Iraq. Coalition members continue to support them, providing training and equipment to the new forces. Soldiers of 4th Iraqi Army Division conducted combined offensive operations in and around Kirkuk Friday. Operation Scorpion began at 4 a.m. with Soldiers searching five villages simultaneously for suspected terrorists... more
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Friday, March 24, 2006

Dhimmi March for Free Expression in London

I've posted on this march earlier and asked how one could march for Free Expression while banning the cartoons.

The Islamists are now calling for the Metropolitan Police to arrest every one with cartoons!

Go there, bring the cartoons, get arrested by your own police, try using that Western Freedom of Expression. Wish I were in London ...

HT: ArchDuke and JimTheKafir in comments on DhimmiWatch
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Khader not underground - just with family

According to JyllandsPosten Naser Khader has not gone underground as earlier reported. He simply needed some days rest and is spending some time with his family.

We fully understand ...
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Turkish Bakery Closed in Stavropol Region for Funding Wahhabits

It's everywhere ...

Kommersant - Russia's Daily Online, Mar. 24,
Turkish Arzu bakery was closed in the Stavropol Region, Russia, by order of Leninsky District Court. The revenues of the bakery “were secretly funneled to back up religious extremism and foreign terrorist centers,” according to Stavropol Federal Security Service. Investigators link the bakery’s owners to the Star Turkish Islamic Lyceum opened in Karachayevo-Cherkess Region. The program of the lyceum “was based on postulates perverting Islam.” More ...
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U.S. War Plan Leaked to Iraqis by Russian Ambassador - linked to Oil-for-Food Bribery

Skeletons continue to tumble out the cupboard as Iraqi intelligence papers are translated

Back in 2003 I was busy writing in JyllandsPosten about the failures of UN's Security Council, and of the Western peacemongers. I accused Germany, France, China and first of all Russia for being so deeply involved financially with Saddam that their stand on the Council was a given matter. Now history documents that I was far to gentle: not only did the countries set up oil deals with Saddam to take effect after the lifting of the sanctions; Russia was bribed and the Russian ambassador to Bagdad, Vladimir Teterenko, revealed the US warplan to Saddam.

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From ABC News, click headline to go there
"Two Iraqi documents from March 2003 — on the eve of the U.S.-led invasion — and addressed to the secretary of Saddam Hussein, describe details of a U.S. plan for war. According to the documents, the plan was disclosed to the Iraqis by the Russian ambassador."

Document written sometime before March 5, 2003

The first document (CMPC-2003-001950) is a handwritten account of a meeting with the Russian ambassador that details his description of the composition, size, location and type of U.S. military forces arrayed in the Gulf and Jordan. The document includes the exact numbers of tanks, armored vehicles, different types of aircraft, missiles, helicopters, aircraft carriers, and other forces, and also includes their exact locations. The ambassador also described the positions of two Special Forces units.

Document dated March 25, 2003

The second document (CMPC-2004-001117) is a typed account, signed by Deputy Foreign Minister Hammam Abdel Khaleq, that states that the Russian ambassador has told the Iraqis that the United States was planning to deploy its force into Iraq from Basra in the South and up the Euphrates, and would avoid entering major cities on the way to Baghdad, which is, in fact what happened. The documents also state "Americans are also planning on taking control of the oil fields in Kirkuk." The information was obtained by the Russians from "sources at U.S. Central Command in Doha, Qatar," according to the document.

This document also includes an account of an amusing incident in which several Iraqi Army officers (presumably seeking further elaboration of the U.S. war plans) contacted the Russian Embassy in Baghdad and stated that the ambassador was their source. Needless to say, this caused great embarrassment to the ambassador, and the officers were instructed "not to mention the ambassador again in that context."

Editor's Note: The Russian ambassador in March 2003 was Vladimir Teterenko. Teterenko appears in documents released by the Volker Commission, which investigated the Oil for Food scandal, as receiving allocations of 3 million barrels of oil — worth roughly $1.5 million.

In Kommersant - Russia's Daily Online I came across this background by Alexander Reutov, written in Russian as of Oct. 28, 2005:

"Moreover, the senators said that they have a documents proving the connection of former Chief of Presidential Administration of Russian Federation Alexander Voloshin. The special report pointed out that Voloshin received from Saddam Hussein the rights to sell a certain amount of the oil, which he later sold to the other companies. According the senate sub-committee estimates, in 1999-2003 the profit from this scheme reached
$3 million.

Vladimir Zhirinovsky, leader of Liberal Democratic Party of Russia party, was also mentioned in the senate report. The Senate investigators were able to put the hand on the letters signed by Zhirinovsky, where there was a discussion of oil purchase issues, and the documents of Iraqi Oil Ministry, where it said that leader of LDPR and his party are getting vouchers for the sale of the oil. In 1997 Zhirinovsky wrote a letter to Iraqi Ambassador in Russia, where he said that his party is firmly against the UN economic sanctions, and he promised to use all his political influence to persuade the Duma to widen the economical cooperation with Iraq, including the requests of the contracts in the program Oil-for-Food. American Senators think that this zeal brought Zhirinovsky $8.7 million.

Russians were categorically denying the accusation of American lawmakers. Moscow was saying that the Senate investigation was done as a political action and for that reason it cannot be objective. However, if the Senate’s sub-committee conclusions would find the confirmation in Volker's commission report, than Russian lawyers would have to look for more substantial arguments, because the court is unavoidable. "

Hit the Kommersant to read all of it

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Hate Quote of the Day

"Rejecting Islam is insulting God. We will not allow God to be humiliated. This man must die."

Abdul Raoulf, moderate cleric, jailed three times for opposing the Taliban commenting on the Afghan trial on Abdul Rahman, quoted in Washinton Post today.

Rejecting Islam, drawing cartoons, reading in a Bible, - regardless: everything not strictly Sharia'ah is mortal.
Face it and fight it - or we'll all get lost.
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Imam gang supports continued boycott - and lies to Danish media

The Danish Imam Gang in Bahrein did not try to call of the boycott

From al Jazeera:
Raed Hlayhel, who is leading a delegation of Danish imams to the International Conference for Supporting the Prophet, said that the delegation had not asked for the boycott to be lifted, but rather that it should not be expanded.

"Danish people must send a reassuring message to Muslims that they do not agree with what was printed in the newspaper and that they respect Muslims," Hlayhel said. "The ball is in their court... They have to help us to end this boycott."
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I'm not surprised at all. The only interesting thing is when the Danes are going to wake up from their position as the most confident people in the world.
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Iran's Nukes Concern Some Arab Countries KUWAIT CITY -This tiny Gulf country is increasingly nervous — as are some of its neighbors — about Iran's controversial nuclear program, right across the water. But heading into a key summit, Arab leaders are divided, and publicly squabbling, ... more

Israel May Be Next al-Qaeda Battleground JERUSALEM, AP -Signs are mounting that al-Qaeda terrorists are setting their sights on Israel and the Palestinian territories as their next jihad battleground. Israel has indicted two West Bank militants for al-Qaeda membership, Egypt arrested ... more

‘Danes Must Apologize to Muslims’ Mazen Mahdi, Arab News

MANAMA, 24 March 2006 — Danish imams attending an Islamic scholars meeting here will not call for a halt to a Muslim boycott of their country’s goods until Danes apologize for cartoons of the Prophet... Full Story

Musharraf Challenges Al-Qaeda Militants Azhar Masood & Agencies
LAHORE/ISLAMABAD, 24 March 2006 — Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf yesterday warned foreign Al-Qaeda militants to quit Pakistani tribal areas bordering Afghanistan otherwise his forces would kill... Full Story

First European Muslims Charter to See Light
"The document is like a constitution Muslims in Europe are expected to abide by," Al-Banani told IOL.

"The document is like a constitution Muslims in Europe are expected to abide by as it outlines the basis for inter-Muslim relations as well as the relations between Muslims and their European societies," he added... Full Story
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Morning News and Smalltalk: Merci, France Deux

Boycott to continue
The boycott against Denmark continues, was the result of the dialogue meeting in Bahrein, according to Danish Radio. One of the Danish imams, Abdul Wahid Petersen, [Sir-name original, ergo a convertit at no risk] stated that despite having done their best, they didn't succeed.

Having witnessed the standards of fellow travelling imam, Ahmed Akkari, one is allowed to question the value of Mr. Petersen's assertion.

Sue the boycotters
From the silent side of the table, some of the heavy boys in Danish economic life, Ernst Lunding from Leo Pharma, Kurt L. Larsen from DSV and Asger Aamund from Bavarian Nordic and Neurosearch now start speaking, suggestsing the boycotting countries to pay damages according to WTO regulations, and asking some sammenhold from several of their Danish colleagues (ARLA, Grundfoss!).

Great idea; it's time to start hitting back and Saudi Arabia, joining WTO only last year, should indeed learn to play by the rules. But will WTO dare to challenge the oil-producer?

Merci, France Deux!
Last night, Danish TV2 aired the French documentary on the Danish imam-gang. A horrifying insight into the bunker of the enymy, issuing mortal threats case the journalist didn't paint the wanted idealization of Islam and the imams; connecting to well known terror instigators globally, working in accordance with their schedule to undermine the West using Denmark as the lame duck to practise on.

Well done indeed, France Deux! We learn that the Arab-speaking French Algerian-born journalist lives under cover even in France! Europe is increasingly starting to look like Europe during the Nazi-occupation.
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ARLA faces new boycot - this time in Denmark


"Danish women organisations are angry with ARLA, as the dairy company in an ad in Saudi Arabia and other Gulf States distances itself from JyllandsPosten's Muhammed cartoons expressing respect of Islamic values:" .. the years, we have spend in your world has taught us that justice and tolerance are fundamental values in Islam".

The chairman of the organisation Women and Freedom, Vibeke Manniche calls it "shamefull" and "an outrage on women all over the world", that ARLA markets this way. ARLA forgets what is seen as women's often troubled conditions in especially Saudi Arabia, she says."

The women organisations published a list of alternative products to replace those of ARLA's.
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Thursday, March 23, 2006

American Muslim serving in the US Army Speaks Out

We often seek those truly democratic Muslim voices that dare speak out. Here is one of them, serving proudly in the US Army. Absolutely worth reading, click headline.
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Danish soldier killed in Iraq, another wounded

Thursday evening two soldiers from 2. panser infantery compagny in Iraq were hit by a road side bomb at 16.39 GMT-1 north of Al Hartha near Bashra.

One soldier was severely wounded in the legs and later died during surgery at the British lazaret at Shaiba Log Base. The other soldier suffered only minor injuries.

Information from HOK, Danish Army, Karup, Denmark
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UPDATE: Breaking: Naser Khader considers leaving politics

Danish MP Naser Khader says he considers leaving politics after threats by Ahmed Akkari filmed with hidden camera. The leader of his party, Marianne Jelved states, that it will be “unbearable”.


According to TV2, "Naser Khader considers his future in Danish politics. He no longer knows if it's worth the risk to continue.

Naser Khader is too chocked to appear on television and has gone underground. The MP already faces a great pressure caused by death threats from Muslims. He is closely guarded by Police Intelligence Forces.

He's considering both his chairing the network Democratic Muslims and his seat at parlament. "

More updates to come.
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Liberal Muslim Theologian Pulls Out of Tatchell Lecture After Threats

from UK Gay News
Lecture cancelled after fears for Sheikh’s safety

LONDON, March 20, 2006 – Liberal Muslim theologian Sheikh Dr Muhammad Yusuf was to have called for a reconciliation of Islam with democracy and human rights, including human rights for women and gay people in a lectures this evening (March 20) in London.

But he has been pressured to pull out of the lecture – the annual Peter Tatchell Human Rights Fundraiser (PTHRF) – at the last moment following protests and warnings by Muslim leaders.
His planned call for an “Islamic Reformation” provoked the wrath of senior Muslim figures, who warned they could not guarantee his safety if the lecture went ahead.

from Nordish Portal
"London’s notoriety as Londonistan has been given a further push today when a liberal Muslim theologian sadly decided not to speak his mind in public, after receiving serious threats by what the establishment would still call “moderate Muslims”. Sheikh Dr Muhammad Yusuf of the Interfaith Alliance was planning to make a call for an Islamic Reformation.

Click Continue .. to read more, click Nordish to read comments, click headline to go to UK Gay News. HT: The Nordish Portal

In place of Sheikh Yusuf, the guest lecture at tonight’s annual Peter Tatchell Human Rights fundraiser will be delivered by exiled Iranian feminist and human rights campaigner, Maryam Namazie. She will highlight the danger posed by to democracy and human rights by the rise of “political Islam”.

Sheikh Yusuf, a research fellow of the Inter-Faith Alliance UK and Chair of the Council of University Imams, was to have delivered a lecture Time for an Islamic Reformation in Britain in which he would have called for the development of an authentically British and European Islam.
“I deeply regret that extreme pressure from some Muslim leaders has forced Sheikh Yusuf to pull out of this evening’s fundraiser,” commented Peter Tatchell. “We were looking forward to welcoming him as an honoured guest.”

Despite Sheikh Yusuf’s absence, Mr Tatchell will use the PTHRF reception to report back on his current campaigns.

“Solidarity with gay and liberal Muslims who are resisting the threats of Islamic fundamentalists, in the UK and abroad; opposition to the government’s demonisation and persecution of asylum seekers; exposure of miscarriages of justice and support for abused prisoners; and solidarity with gay and human rights campaigners in Uganda, Iraq, Darfur, Jamaica, Zimbabwe, Nepal, Algeria, Palestine and Iran will be among the irems covered,” he said.

PTHRF spokesperson Adrian Gillan pointed out that Peter Tatchell’s human rights campaigns had now gone global.

“His successes mean he is deluged with requests for help from activists all over the world. To meet these demands, he is working 16 hours a day, seven days a week.

“Such a huge workload is damaging his health and is unsustainable. We need to raise enough money to get Peter a fully equipped office and full-time staff support. Tonight’s reception will help raise some of the extra funds we need,” he said.

Reverend Richard Kirker, chairman of PTHRF, added that Mr. Tatchell had an unquenchable thirst for justice, and a voracious appetite for work.

“He challenges discrimination fearlessly and helps the persecuted who – in their thousands – seek his advice and support from all parts of the world.

“Moreover, by writing, campaigning, demonstrating and lobbying, he is able to alert the wider public and media to the injustices that still blight the lives of millions. Supporting the PTHRF provides him with financial assistance that he puts entirely at the disposal of his work.

“What could be more worthwhile,” he asked?

Looking forward to Sheikh Yusuf’s lecture, Peter Tatchell had previously said that support for a liberal, progressive Islam was an urgent priority.

“It is the most effective way to counter the fundamentalist attitudes towards women and gay people that characterise many supposedly moderate, mainstream Muslim organisations.

“I hope Sheikh Yusuf’s lecture will demonstrate and encourage the possibility of an Islamic Enlightenment, whereby Muslims and non-Muslims can work together in the defence of universal social justice and human rights,” he said last week.

The PTHRF's annual reception is now a firm fixture in the U’'s socio-political and queer calendar. Past events – at the Royal Festival Hall’s People’s Palace and other prominent venues – have proved a highly enjoyable yet practical way of supporting the work of the UK’s best-known human rights campaigner, whilst allowing Peter himself the opportunity to thank his supporters in person.

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March for Free Expression, - now without Free Expression

In order to have a walk-along-and-sing-a-song-of-freedom with the Muslim's in London, this march for Freedom of Expression decided that Danish cartoons were not invited!

At first, cartoons specifically were welcomed ... , but later it became Freedom of Expression, now with Muslims consequently without Cartoons!

How you support Freedom of Expression without Freedom of Expression must be something very British.

Anyhow, the poster is great and much nicer than the other one, you know which.

The Religious Policeman
commented on the march with one of these fantastic cartoons of Jesus and Mo, that apparently is not invited for the happy event.

Click headline to learn more of the Freedom of Expression without Freedom of Expression debate.
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CENTCOM: News from the Frontline

The US Central Command runs an impressive site with newsletter, podcasts, RSS-feeds, video clips, online documentations and every modern communication that serves a free society. I've added it the the left column "Know More..". Click headline to go there right now. Lots of interesting news, Dutch Navy saving the crew of a burning coaster off the Yemen coast, etc. etc.

Please check in from time to time to get the correct picture as opposed the the MSM picture.

Today I just want to ship this picture of U.S. Army 1st Lt Michelle McCaffrey playing with local children during a patrol of East Baghdad, Iraq. McCaffrey is from Bravo Company, 506th Brigade Troops Battalion, 4th Brigade Combat Team. (U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 1st Class Bart A. Bauer)

Remember the MSM-picture: A country at Civil War!
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Quote of the Day

"I don’t want any part of a culture like that. I don’t want to tolerate it, try to understand it or even share a fucking planet with it. Game over. End of story."

Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler, the Jack Bauer of the Blogosphere commenting on the Afghan trial.
Click headline, get it right from the destillery.
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Bush: ".. we can solve this problem .." [Afghan trial]

White House transcript
President Bush speaking at Capitol Music Hall, Wheeling, West Virginia:

[A firefighter asking:] Q And back during 9/11, I lost over 300 of my brothers in New York. And I was glad that you were our President at that time and took the fight to the terrorists. But as I see you, I said earlier about the guy in Afghanistan that is going to convert to Christianity, he may get killed over there for doing that. Do you have an army of sociologists to go over there and change that country, or are you hoping that in a couple decades that we can change the mind-set over there?

THE PRESIDENT: I appreciate the question. It's a very legitimate question. We have got influence in Afghanistan and we are going to use it to remind them that there are universal values. It is deeply troubling that a country we helped liberate would hold a person to account because they chose a particular religion over another. And so we are -- we will make -- part of the messaging just happened here in Wheeling. I want to thank you for that question.

No, I think it's -- we can solve this problem by working closely with the government that we've got contacts with -- and will. We'll deal with this issue diplomatically and remind people that there is something as universal as being able to choose religion.

Click Continue .. to get a great Prez. quote on bloging and Freedom of the Press! Click Headline to get all of the White House transcript.

And another great quote from that Q & A session of yesterday:

"One of the things that we've got to value is the fact that we do have a media, free media, that's able to do what they want to do. And I'm not going to -- you're asking me to say something in front of all the cameras here. (Laughter.) Help over there, will you? (Laughter.)
I just got to keep talking. And one of the -- there's word of mouth, there's blogs, there's Internet, there's all kinds of ways to communicate which is literally changing the way people are getting their information. And so if you're concerned, I would suggest that you reach out to some of the groups that are supporting the troops, that have got Internet sites, and just keep the word -- keep the word moving. And that's one way to deal with an issue without suppressing a free press. We will never do that in America. I mean, the minute we start trying to suppress our press, we look like the Taliban. The minute we start telling people how to worship, we look like the Taliban. And we're not interested in that in America. We're the opposite. We believe in freedom. And we believe in freedom in all its forms. And obviously, I know you're frustrated with what you're seeing, but there are ways in this new kind of age, being able to communicate, that you'll be able to spread the message that you want to spread. "
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Prosecution Demand Al-Asadi be Banned from Journalism

From Yemen Observer by Zaid Al-Alaya'a, March 22, 2006 -

"Mohammed Al-Asadi (center) listens to the judge Sahl Hamza during Wednesday March 22 session. YO Photo/ M. SharabiSANA'A - Prosecution lawyers demanded on Wednesday that Mohammed Al-Asadi, the Editor-in-Chief of the Yemen Observer, be banned forever for writing for a newspaper.

The trial of Al-Asadi, which took place in the General South-West Court in Sana'a, was adjourned for a month, until April 19.

Al-Asadi, who denies all charges, is accused in connection with allegations of republishing insulting cartoons first printed in Denmark of the Prophet Mohammed (PBUH). He is charged under a press law that bans publication of anything that "prejudices the Islamic faith"."

Good news that the prosecutors no longer claim capital punishment, - still too bad al-Asadi is on trial at all. Click headline to get the full story in Yemen Observer.
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UPDATE: Hidden camera: Danish imam suggests blowing up MP Nasher Khader

UPDATE: Danish police eager to investigate; MP from Social Liberal Party allready filed charges against Akkari, who continue denying remembering having said as quoted.

AGORA is doing an in depth coverage, click here to go there.

According to several sources, French TV2 to night aires a take with hidden camera by journalist Mohamed Sifaoui with Danish imam Ahmed Akkari in Bahrein, chatting in Arab in a car and suggesting:

"If he [Danish MP Naser Khader] becomes minister for foreigners or integration, shouldn't you then ship out two guys to blow him and his ministry up the air?"

It seems to have been said with a smile. Today Akari denies remembering having said the quoted, but Danish politicians expectedly are upset.

MP Naser Khader who founded Democratic Muslims has not commented yet, according to JyllandsPosten too chocked to make a comment.
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White House is concerned

A reader pointed, thank you, to the White House, where Bush yesterday made some remarks on the Afghan trial before moving on to speak of Iraq:

"I'm troubled when I hear, deeply troubled when I hear, the fact that a person who converted away from Islam may be held to account."

It seems that the hypocrisy is limited, after all .. Click headline.
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Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Op-Blog: The collaborator

By Poul Højlund, March 22, 2006:

It’s funny. Islam caught naked. The hangings in Iran, the beheadings in Saudi Arabia, the capital charges in Afghanistan, the terror, the shari’ah, the fatwas, the killing, the murder of disobedient daughters, the daily suppression in every Islamic country around the globe.

No, that’s not funny. Not funny at all. The funny part is the amount of collaborators on our side.

How dare they be so stupid, how dare they be on the side of the oppressors and the hang men, when even the most innocent child – or not even, but of course the most innocent child knows what this is all about.

In English collaborator collaboration is a positive word. In Danish it’s the opposite. A Kollaboratør collaborated with the Germans during the occupation. Kollaboratør’s were rounded up after the liberation on May 4, 1945. Some were shot, some imprisoned, and all of them for ever shamed.

What blindfolds a collaborator? What makes a collaborator? What does a collaborator do?

Scavenius, the greatest of all Danish collaborators, defence minister during WWI, foreign minister and later prime minister during the first part of WWII, chairman of the board of Politiken – yes, that paper has some traditions – Scavenius, he knew: Unconditional cooperation!

That’s the game of the collaborator. Always cooperate because if you don’t, it might get worse. It’s feeding the crocodile hoping it will eat you last. So Scavenius issued a statement on the great victories of the German army when Churchill was issuing his statement on fighting from our beaches.

Scavenius by no means was stupid. On the contrary, he might have been the highest ranking IQ ever in Danish politics. And he was not a man without principles, nor without humour. But he missed the one most important part: he had no values but to survive.

That’s the stuff collaborators are made of. No values but to survive. Collaborate, because it might get worse. And even when it is bad it might still get worse. So collaborate again. And again. And again. Whilst still claiming to your self and others that you’re not one of them; you’re not the enemy, you’re just trying to prevent things to get worse. For the good of all of us.

That’s a collaborator. Beginning to spot them here and there? Well, they come by the dozen these days. Here in Denmark and abroad. Shame on them.
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"Excellent - makes killing the kuffar all the bit easier"

Manifesto authors need your help on death threats

Ummah.com, the English site with chat rules like this: "Refrain from all expressions of bigotry, racism, hatred, or profanity", has this death threat aginst the authors of the Manifesto.

Irshad Mani,
the author of The Trouble with islam Today asks for your help on her website:

Click Continue .. or click headline to go to Ishad Manji's site

Posted March 15, 2006
Violence alert
Friends: By now you know about the Manifesto of 12: Together Facing a New Totalitarianism. I signed it, as did Salman Rushdie, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Taslima Nasrin and several others. On March 11, we received a serious death threat from a chat thread on ummah.com, an Islamic website in Britain. Click here to see evidence of the threat.

The text is crystal-clear:

"Excellent - makes killing the kuffar [infidel]
all the bit easier... [N]ow we have drawn out a hit list of a 'Who's Who' guide to slam into. Take your time but make sure their gone soon - oh and don't hold out for a fatwah it isn't really required here."

Unlike daily threats, this one comes from a place of 'authority,' since ummah.com is known to attract many radicals. That's why the Manifesto signatories need you to fight back with us. If you support freedom, pluralism and secularism, click here and put your name on our petition. We'll publish the petition in the coming days.

Please send this message to your friends, colleagues and list-servs. Now more than ever, we need your courage. And we thank you for showing it.
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Op-Blog: Unlimited Hypocrisy Across the World

By Poul Højlund, March 22, 2006:

Let’s try a brief second of pure madness:

Suppose a Danish citizen converted to Islam and then got arrested and indicted, the prosecutor claiming his death for abandoning Christianity? ?? ??

The mere thought is unthinkable. So no reason to imagine the highly justified uproar from across the world, the condemnations from The White House, UN, EU, UNHRC, OIC, UK, Egypt, Libya, Iran, etc. etc.

The organisations and countries mentioned are not chosen by accident: they are all silent on the madness taking place in Afghanistan at the very moment. An Afghan converted to Christianity is now facing death, and absolutely no comments from The White House, UN, EU, UNHRC, OIC, UK, Egypt, Libya, Iran, etc. etc.

The White House, UN, EU, UNHRC, OIC, UK, Egypt, Libya, Iran, etc. etc. were eager condemning the cartoons and hesitant to support free speech. Some European governments now started to move in support of the Afghan Christian.

But The White House, UN, EU, UNHRC, OIC, UK, Egypt, Libya, Iran, etc. etc haven’t done anything. They are all silent on this the most infamous violation of the fundamental right of mankind: the right to live.

Where is the religious freedom which for the last half year has been quoted again and again - without stating the obvious, that freedom of faith is protecting the individual, not the faith.

Where are all the organisations and countries, condemning Denmark as a country of racism and xenophobia, of violating human rights when it comes to this fundamental violation, this fundamental racism, this fundamental anxiety of everything non Islamic?

Where is UN? Where is Doudou Diéne? Where is Louise Arbour? Where is Kofi Annan?

Too busy with the cartoon war, I presume, - too busy protecting the fascist system of intolerance and supremacy that now threatens the most humble and the most basic right of mankind: the right to live.
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France on its way Down the Drain

The France that most of us love is rapidly moving towards selfdestruction, says Paul Belien of The Brussels Journal. The student protesting today differ from those of 1968 in the most absolue manner: this time its about securing jobs and demanding social safety to the youth at university studies not leading to anywhere ..

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The true Islam of Love: ".. there may be no need for killing him"

Quote from IslamOnline coverage of death trial against Abdur Rahman, 41:

Afghanistan's constitution states: "No law can be contrary to the sacred religion of Islam."

Prominent Muslim scholar Sheikh Yusuf Al-Qaradawi had said that all Muslim jurists agree that the apostate is to be punished. However, they differ regarding the punishment itself.

Well-known Azharite scholar Sheikh `Abdul-Majeed Subh had said that the punishment for apostasy is dependent on the public interest of the Muslim nation and the assessment of scholars to each case.

"If the apostate does not harm the Muslim society, there may be no need for killing him."

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Dhimmi Quote of the Day: Prince Charles in Cairo

"The recent ghastly strife and anger over the Danish cartoons shows the danger that comes of our failure to listen and to respect what is precious and sacred to others," Prince Charles told an audience of some 3,000 people at Al-Azhar University, Islam's most ancient seat of learning.

"I think of the experience of Muslims living in Europe who are subject to varied and continuous expressions of Islamophobia."

IslamOnline has the story
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Khaled risking his popularity for seeking dialogue

Asharq Alawsat reports:

In the process, Khaled is telling the faithful something they're not used to hearing from clerics — that Muslims aren't blameless in the tensions, that the West is not always bad and that dialogue is better than confrontation.

"A young Muslim goes to Europe with a forged visa, takes unemployment insurance there, then goes on TV and says, 'We're going to expel you from Britain, take your land, money and women,'" Khaled said recently on his weekly program on the Saudi satellite TV channel Iqraa, trying to explain the mistrust of Muslims in Europe. "It's a rare example, but it exists."

Well, that's a beginning though a very modest one, and it demonstrates the insanity of the Khartoon Wariors more than anything else. Anyhow, some credits go to Khaled for not being completely insane.

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Politicians across Europe finally face the reality of Islam

From the reactions all across Europe it seems that the reality of Islam finally hit the politicians. The reactions came after the story of Afghan Rahman's case broke woldwide.

Some of us have always known that the only reason for the Islamic dictatorship to continue was its base of violence and death. The politicians never took it seriously despite the overwhelming evidence and the continued statements from Islamist even in Europe.

Did our politicians realy think that the Muslims in this world were so stupid that they voluntarily and by their own choice stayed within this framework of hate and death?

Chicago Tribune has an in-depth coverage of the case, which leaves very little hope for the Christian Afghan. Click headline to get the full story:

Judge Ansarullah Mawlawizada, who is handling the case, said he normally takes two months to decide on cases. But because this case is so serious, he expected to hold another hearing within the next week and make a decision.

Mawlawizada, who kept Rahman's green Bible on his desk, said he respected all religions. He emphasized that he did not favor the aggressiveness of the Taliban, who cut the hands and feet off criminals in a soccer stadium. But he said Rahman had to repent.

"If he doesn't regret his conversion, the punishment will be enforced on him," the judge said. "And the punishment is death."

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Oh Happy Day: Sweden FM quits over cartoon row

from BBC, click headline

Laila Freivalds resigned six months before an election

"Swedish Foreign Minister Laila Freivalds has resigned in a row related to cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.

She was strongly criticised in the press after it emerged that foreign ministry pressure had led to the closure of a far-right party's website."
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Tuesday, March 21, 2006

UN Special Rapporteur Doudou Diene Calls Danes Racists, Xenophobes

AGORA published a very thorough documentation of the scandalous report of Mr. Diéne and the reactions in Denmark on his report. Click headline.

Mr. Diéne during the past years focused his campaign on countries like Japan, Canada, Switzerland and now Denmark, accusing all of them for racism and xenophobia. In all the countries he was able to find - like in Switzerland «.. une situation de racisme, de xénophobie et de discrimina­tion » having visited the countries for five to nine days.

Mr. Diéne did not take the time to visit Denmark but was able to spot racism and xenophobia from his desk in Geneva.

On various occasions and in a special report on racism, he also managed to forget the anti-Semitism presented on a daily basis towards Israel to a point where he did not support it's right to exist as an independent nation.

That lead the Simon Wiesenthal Centre (SWC) in 2003 to deny UN support for some arrangements and to claim the withdrawal Mr. Diéne's report on racism in the aftermath of 9/11. In a letter dated January 6, 2005, to High Commissioner Louise Arbour, SWC repeated their arguments. I haven't been able to track the answer from the High Commissioner, if any.

Nice fellow indeed. Apparently blinded by his mission, his background and his own agenda. Supported by the corrupted UN system, he no doubt remains in office, continuing to issue his reports on countries with less than small problems while completely overlooking the real problems of discrimination in Muslim countries .
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Prince Charles not to meet expelled blogger Kareem

As Prince Charles makes his don't-know-the-number-of-a-lot visit to praise Islam at the Al Azahr University and to receive some tittle of honour, the famous blogger Freedom for Egyptians has a quite different story of Islamic surpression at the very same university:

"Kareem was a law student in Al Azahr University, the largest Sunni institution in the Muslim world. The university referred him to a disciplinary council that decided on expelling him from the university because of his writings on Islam on his blog and for his progressive views.

Do take time to visit the Free Copts blog where Kareem writes on his plans and thinking. Brave fellow indeed, - help him if possible.

Freedom for Egyptians continues: "Muslim clerics (Sheikhs) has the power to lobby the society against him that may lead to some people taking legal actions against him to jail him. (...) And Karim is not a Danish journalist in Denmark. He is a Muslim Egyptian living in Egypt not Denmark."

Click headline to go to Daily Star Egypt reporting on the Prince's touring
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Muslim Religious Reform a Necessity

I couldn’t agree more with this rare point of view by Ahmed al-Rabei in Asharq al-Awsat; it's not all about Christians..:

"Religious reform is a necessity for the renaissance of nations. A clear example was the extremist interpretations of Christianity that once controlled lives in Europe and had impeded all attempts of development. This lasted until religious reform movements in Europe had emerged to reevaluate these interpretations blocking the extremists and narrow-minded radicals."
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Monday, March 20, 2006

Breaking: UN Human Rights Commission openly accuses Denmark of Racism

UN Human Rights Commission now openly accuses Denmark of racism at a poster issued for 21. March The International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.

The symbolic of the poster is simple: Lego Denmark does not fit into to the puzzle of the modern world.

At the official site of the Commission, next to the poster, this quote from Louise Arbour, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights:

“We must combat all forms of intolerance by celebrating the diversity and the differences that enrich the human family.

But we must work to reduce the differences that are imposed, rather than chosen, that speak of deprivation rather than fulfilment and that fuel the xenophobic discourse about the relative merit and desert of individuals based on stereotypical attributes attached to their race, religion or ethnicity.”

More to follow, click headline to go to UNHRC official site.

My immediate reactions:

So saying NO to subduing to Islamic law has now become RACISM! The corrupted, incompetent and dying Human Rights Commission takes this last opportunity to demonstrate exactly how incompetent and how corrupted they've become.

No doubt the Islamic organisations in Denmark trying to take their case to the Human Rights Commission already have a winner case.

Tragically, for UN and for the free world that founded and paid and still pay for UN, it's a dream lost.
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UPDATE: Dhimmi Quote of the Day

And the winner is .....

"Honored citizens, the years we have been in your world have taught us that justice and tolerance are fundamental values of Islam. We would like to cooperate with Islamic organisation to find a solution to the boycott of Arla’s products. We only ask you to consider this and hopefully, to reconsider your stance towards our company."

Why don't you simply relocate?

UPDATE: Jens Rohde, whom I've criticized earlier in the matter of the Cartoonist's Daughter, definately earned some points lately - I'll blog in full later. As for now just this: Rohde today suggested that ARLA relocates to Teheran!

Quote from ARLA's statetement in Arab papers and TV commercials. AGORA has more.
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Hizb-ut-Tahrir endicted for threats against Danish government

Hizb-ut-Tahrir spokesman endicted for three possible violations of Danish penal code.

The Public Prosecutor today endicted Fadi Abdullativ, spokesman of Danish Hizb-ut-Tahrir, on three counts, one dealing with threatening persons in public service. In a paper distributed at a mosque in November 2004 in Valby, Cohenhagen, the organisation writes: Then set out to help your brothers in Fallujah in Iraq, and exterminate your rulers [Danish:regenter] if they stand in your way".

As the threat is directed against the prime minister and other members of the government, the prosecutor endicted for violation of article 119 in the penal code with a maximum of 8 years imprisonment

The other counts regard antisemitic expressions, of which Fadi Abdullativ in 2003 was found guilty and sentenced to 60 days suspended imprisonment. The sentence was passed partly due to a quotation form the Koran: OQM. al-Baqarah:191 on "killing Jews wherever you find them".

If Abdullativ is found guilty on the new charges, the original sentence will take effect.

In 2004, the Crown's Prosecutor refused to ban Hizb-ut-Tahrir og grounds of lack of evidence. The ban was sought in accordance with the Danish Constitution that makes it possible to ban organisations seeking to implement their goals by violence or the threat to use violence. The clause has never been used.

Sources: Danish Radio, ritzau, papers, wikipedia and more.
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Sistani: 'Gays Should Be Killed in Worst Way Possible

DhimmiWatch, from the Healing Iraq blogspot, with thanks to LGF

"His Eminence, Grand Ayatollah Ali Al-Sistani, the supreme religious authority for Shi'ite Msulims in Iraq and worldwide, decrees that gays and lesbians should be killed in the worst manner possible, according to this news article from a London-based gay rights group.

A quick search through Sistani's official website turns up this page, translated as:

Q: What is the judgement on sodomy and lesbianism?

A: "Forbidden. Those involved in the act should be punished. In fact, sodomites should be killed in the worst manner possible."
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Denmark to face UN's Allah-commission

Why UN's Allah Commission? Well, read on and you'll see! Paul Belien of The Brussels Jornal:

Arab letters for Allah"In 1987 the United Nations changed the logo of its Human Rights Commission from a flame (below, on the left) into something (below, on the right) resembling..., well, that looks strikingly like the Arabic word "Allah."So far, there have been no protests from "offended" Muslims, though the logo definitely looks more like "Allah" than the Nike and Burger King logos.

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Was the change in the UN Human Rights logo a coincidence? Some specialists do not think so. Apparently it may have been a high-ranking Muslim UN official who changed the logo. It is perhaps as much a coincidence as last week's common declaration signed by EU Foreign Policy Coordinator Javier Solana, UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan and Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, the Secretary-General of the Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC). The three men pledged to rewrite the UN Human Rights Charter to “protect the sanctity of religions and the prophets.” About the uproar in Muslim countries regarding the Danish Muhammad cartoons they said: “We understand the deep hurt and widespread indignation felt in the Muslim world. The freedom of the press [...] should respect the beliefs and tenets of all religions.”"

Get the whole story on the logo change here, including the usual lots of offended Muslims whenever a logo bears the slightest similarity with Arab-Allah, - but not this time!

Click headline to go to The Brussels Journal's story of today on Muslims seeking help from the Allah-commission.
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'Only a fraction of Teheran's brutality has come to light'
Maryam Rajavi speaks out from her Paris exile: '21,676 people have died resisting the clerical regime. Another 120,000 people have been executed since the mullahs took power in 1979. Now Iran's rulers are trying to develop a nuclear weapon.'
Iran Focus has it.

Top Malaysian Feminists Slam Injustice in Name of Islam.
Nice to see some criticism from within. Islam Online has it.

Ministry to Start Field Checks on Lingerie Shop
Saudi Arbia of course. Arab News has it.

Saudi continues war on terrorists
Naif: "No end to terrorism unless its roots are starved." Arab News has it.
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Sha'ban 'Abd Al-Rahim not aiming to be President of Egypt

The popular Egypt singer and poet, Sha'ban 'Abd Al-Rahim, is not aiming to become president of Egypt. In an interview he said: "Let's not talk about the role of president. Let's go a little lower, because I don’t want to be president."

Now that's really a consolation for most Danes who haven't slept peacefully since the singer made his latest hit. Some of the lines from this peaceloving gentleman of great artistic skills read:

"Denmark? They are nothing but pagans.
"Who are they to say anything about the Prophet?

"Our Islam is a religion of love, not of injustice and terrorism.
"Not of injustice and terrorism.
"When you all meet in Hell, the flames will burn your faces.
"The flames will burn your faces.
"They will burn your faces.

Honestly, Egypt!! Haven't you any laws banning hatefull speech?

By the way: You were Egyptians before you became Muslims. What about going back to being Egyptians again?

MEMRI has the transscript from an interview March 1, click headline.
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Sunday, March 19, 2006

Malkin: Afghan Christian facing death for leaving Islam

"An Afghan man who recently admitted he converted to Christianity faces the death penalty under the country's strict Islamic legal system. The trial is a critical test of Afghanistan's new constitution and democratic government. "

Click headline or follow Malkin's hattip: Below the Beltway. Also check AGORA's link on a 1993 Saudi beheading for just possesing a bible.
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Ramadan in action: "I won’t talk to this commoner!"

The Arogant Man: Ramadan goes bananas.

AGORA translated a German interview with Tariq Ramadan, the Swiss Islamist scholar, so entrusted by the EU establishment.

If this is bulletproof, it takes apart the whole EU / British dhimmi with Ramadan in the centre. Ramadan for years worked as the EU expert in Islam, recognised as a scholar trying to build a European Islam.

I dropped Ramadan some years ago having read his book on Euroislam. It's the same old rubbish as always.

He is denied entrance in US. It caused great disturbance at the university where he was invited to lecture. They even sat up support committees. My foot!

Sorg: How are you an Islamist? You talk about universal human rights. That is a Western concept, an idea from the European Enlightenment.

(Quietly, sharply) Totally untrue. Who told you this?

Sorg: So all the books say. Enlightenment is a European post-religious project.

Untrue. Al-Farabi talked of universal rights. Do you know of Al-Farabi?

Sorg: Who?

14th century. You are displaying your ignorance. This is Double Talk (Editor: Al-Farabi was born in the 9th century)

Sorg: In many Moslem countries you would be killed if you talked of universal rights.

I have not been killed in Moslem countries. Who told you this?

So it says every day in the newspapers. In Saudi Arabia you can be executed for the mere possesion of a bible.

Links and editor's comments by AGORA. Read on ..

Great job, AGORA, allow me to link! And dear readers: go, go, go. Click headline.
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Sunday Incentive

Just click headline; you never get too much of brave Wafa Sultan.
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Dull Sunday in the Arab papers

Asharq Al-Awsat: "A two-day conference titled "Constructive Religious Dialogue - Framework for World Order" was opened today in Isfahan, central Iran" . Read on.

Mshari Al-Zaydi has a very interesting article in Al-Awsat on The Courageous Jurist, dealing with Sheikh Gamal Al Banna, the brother of Sheikh Hassan Al Banna who founded the Muslim Brotherhood. Seems that the two brothers didn't agree on how to read the Koran. Read on.

IslamOnline backs their usual agenda with this article on French Muslims Back UMP Anti-Blasphemy Motion. The motion made it's way to PIA CAUSA here. To read more of the courageous French Muslims seeking to limit the freedom in the country that harbours them, read on.

From Yemen Observer the good news on support for al-Asadi: International Press Organization Condemns Al-Asadi Trial. They've written a letter to the president; may I remind you of the option to do the same here.
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Readings on a Sunday

In case you’ve got nothing more important to do, may I point you to a few texts, once again outlining what this is all about.

Can a Muslim really be killed for leaving Islam, a well documented article from Focus on Social Issues, October 11, 2003.

The Dialogue Between Civilizations Revisited, a highly critical article in Muslim Wakeup, MWU, from February 9, 2004.

The non-territorial Islamic States in Europe , a really scary article by by Reuven Paz of PRISM from November 2005.
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Is all of Europe really against Denmark?

According to Berlingske, a former conservative, now only political correct paper in Denmark, leading European papers and politicians across the political spectrum, are highly negative towards the Danish government, its prime minister and the official line in the Mohammad affair.

Danish readers may continue
here , but be forewarned: only slightly informative the article is more a disclosure of the opinions of its author, Ole Bang Nielsen, who earlier published articles forcing the office of the prime minister to correct him on its official site (in Danish).

Foreign readers should know that according to the article, the government has fallen victim to Dansk Folkeparti, throughout Europe seen as an radical right wing movement with extreme xenophobic positions.

CBS’ scandalously biased “60 Minutes on Denmark” is part of the evidence held against Denamrk in the article: apparently its author never read the scathing criticism by Danish journalism's anchor: Samuel Rachlin.
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