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Sudan: Qatar's Emir Visiting Sudan On Wednesday

All Africa 1 April 2014

Khartoum — The emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani will travel to Sudan on Wednesday in a one-day visit, it was announced here today.

 

SocGen facing bribery lawsuit over Libyan deals - FT

The West Australian 31 March 2014
By Aashika Jain

The Libyan Investment Authority has accused France's second-biggest bank Societe Generale of funnelling bribes worth tens of millions of dollars to associates of Saif al-Islam, the son

 

Former Asylum Seeker Makes Good - Cheats on Taxes

Daily Mail 31 March 2014
By Becky Barrow

A refugee given asylum in Britain became a millionaire entrepreneur – but repaid the country that helped him by trying to avoid £850,000 in tax. Hossein Mehjoo fled his native Iran at the age

 

Interpol targets al-Shabaab’s charcoal smuggling

Money Jihad 31 March 2014

Finally. Action against al-Shabaab’s exploitation of the lucrative Somali charcoal trade is long overdue. Al-Shabaab exacts a 2½ percent tax at several stages of production from the

 

Not just in Geert Wilders' Holland but also in Denmark: Morrocans are the most criminal

EuropeNews 28 March 2014
By Nicolai Sennels

Geert Wilders is under fire for wanting fewer Morrocans in Holland, despite the fact that 60 percent of Morrocans in Holland under 23 is know by the police, and Morrocans in general are 22 times more likely to commit violent crimes. They are 7 times more likely to be on welfare.

 

British Law Society Directs Lawyers to Adopt Sharia Law When Writing Wills for Muslims

PJ Media 25 March 2014
By Rick Moran

This is a first even for Islamist-friendly Great Britain. The Law Society has given "guidance” to all lawyers in Great Britain that would allow solicitors to write

 

UK MUSLIM Dominoes’ pizza delivery driver keeps his job despite losing his driver’s license and being exposed as convicted child

Bare Naked Islam 25 March 2014

Apparently Dominoes Pizza, which serves halal-certified pizza, is also shari-compliant. Ala Uddin, 44, (photo right) was not fired even after racking up 35 points on his

 
 

Spain: Kebab Shops Financing Global Jihad

Gatestone Institute 21 March 2014
By Soeren Kern

Police in Spain and Morocco have dismantled a jihadist network suspected of recruiting Islamic radicals in Europe and dispatching them to "hotbeds of tension" in Syria and

 

Europol: Arab Gangs Threatening to Kill and Sell Organs of Africa Migrants

Interarnational Business Times 21 March 2014
By Lewis Dean

Arab gangs are threatening to kill and sell the organs of African migrants if relatives refuse to pay ransoms in time. European crime agency Europol has said the migrants

 

Luxembourg on the Brink of Shariah-Compliance

Shariah Finance Watch 18 March 2014

The quest for petrodollar capital is prompting Luxembourg to issue a Shariah bond. There is still hope that Luxembourg might be brought back from the brink, however. The

 

UK: Norway halal baby food entrepreneur launches UK range

just-food.com 18 March 2014
By Hannah Abdulla

Norwegian brand Nasim's Halal Baby Food hits UK retail shelves this month after the firm secured a distribution deal with Worldwide Brands. The brand launched in Norway in

 

Serbia’s Vucic Sees U.A.E. Billions as Key to Election Win

Businessweek 13 March 2014
By Gordana Filipovic and Dana El Baltaji

Aleksandar Vucic, the favorite to become Serbian prime minister after elections this month, is campaigning as the candidate who can bring home investment from the United Arab

 

Zeman: Policy of human rights protection puts Czech export at risk

Prague Monitor 13 March 2014

Litovel - The Czech Republic should not jeopardise companies' growing exports to countries such as Uzbekistan and Iran with excessive emphasis on human rights

 

Japanese Banking Giant to Enter World of Shariah

Shariah Finance Watch 13 March 2014

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp. (SMBC) will fully launch Shariah-compliant finance operations in Malaysia. The banking unit of SMBC has obtained a license for foreign

 

Recognizing the risks of Somali remittances

Money Jihad 13 March 2014

Last week, Bell State Bank in North Dakota announced that it would stop doing business with companies that remit money to Somalia. The move follows decisions by Minnesota banks in 2011

 

Is Muslim Brotherhood in America

familysecuritymatters.org 10 March 2014
By ED ZIEGLER

The Muslim Brotherhood (MB) was founded in Egypt in 1928 and is considered a terrorist organization by many countries, including Islamic countries. Its stated goal is to

 

Saudis, Emiratis quit Qatari media outlets

au.news.yahoo. 10 March 2014

Saudi and Emirati pundits have quit major media outlets in Qatar, including the broadcaster of top-flight European football, they said on Sunday, as tensions soar between Doha

 

Qatar's foreign domestic workers subjected to slave-like conditions

The Guardian 10 March 2014
By Rebecca Falconer in Doha

Foreign maids, cleaners and other domestic workers are being subjected to slave-like labour conditions in Qatar, with many complaining they have been deprived of passports,

 

Malaysian censors slap ban on 'Ultraman' comic for Allah reference

The Asahi Shimbun 10 March 2014
By ETSUSHI TSURU

The Malaysian government has banned a Malay-language edition of a popular "Ultraman” comic book on grounds its references to Allah subverted public order and

 
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