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Bahrain's secret terror

Independent  21 April 2011
By Jeremy Laurance

The intimidation and detention of doctors treating dying and injured pro-democracy protesters in Bahrain is revealed today in a series of chilling emails obtained by The Independent. At least 32

 

Prophet of Doom Chapter 9: Demented Deity

ProphetofDoom.net 20 April 2011
By Craig Winn
Also available as PDF and MP3 Audio.

Having survived the deluge of hate unleashed in the last chapter, let's dive back into the Qur'an. After all, Islam has seduced a billion souls; there must be something godly somewhere. Qur'an 68:1 "I call to witness the Pen and what it writes. [The Islamic god just asked an inanimate object to bolster his credibility by witnessing on his behalf.] You are not a demented madman or possessed." With all the evidence to the contrary, Muhammad found a spirit who didn't think he was crazy.

 

Terror of four Brits in Dubai death cells

The Sun  15 April 2011
By BRIAN FLYNN

FOUR Brits held in the Dubai cells where tourist Lee Brown was battered to death feared for their own lives last night. They were too terrified to speak openly when embassy officials visited

 

The Keystone of the Islamic Milieu: Inbreeding

Aerican Thinker 14 April 2011
By Ann Barnhardt

The darkest hour is just before dawn. A huge swath of this planet, from the Straits of Gibraltar to the Philippine Sea, has been held in a synthetic, forced nightfall for nearly fourteen centuries.

 

Over 11,000 lectures on Islam held in 3 months

khaleejtimes 12 April 2011
By Ahmed Shaaban

DUBAI — The Department of Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities in Dubai organised over 11,000 lectures in the first quarter of the year in a bid to develop people’s

 

Saudi Arabia: Christian Man Jailed, Faces Death Penalty For Sharing His Faith With Muslims

Weasel Zippers 6 April 2011

An Eritrean Christian is facing the death penalty in Saudi Arabia after being arrested for sharing his faith with Muslims. Mussie Eyob was detained by the authorities at a mosque in Saudi’s second

 

Teacher probed over anti-Islam comments

Emirates 24/7 6 April 2011

A Saudi university is investigating a female professor after receiving complaints from students that she made anti-Islam comments when she said a woman’s face veil is not compulsory in the religion,

 

An Anti-Blasphemy Measure Laid to Rest

AINA (press release) 5 April 2011
By Nina Shea

A long-term campaign by the U.N.'s large Muslim bloc to impose worldwide blasphemy strictures -- like those in Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and Iran -- was given a quiet burial last week in the Human

 

An Anti-Blasphemy Measure Laid to Rest

AINA 1 April 2011
By Nina Shea

A long-term campaign by the U.N.'s large Muslim bloc to impose worldwide blasphemy strictures -- like those in Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and Iran -- was given a quiet burial last week in the Human

 

Saudi state is based on Islam: Salman

Arab News 30 March 2011

MADINAH: Riyadh Gov. Prince Salman emphasized on Tuesday that the Saudi state has been based on Islam since the time of its formation by the late King Abdul Aziz. "The Saudi government has been an

 

Saudi Arabia prints 1.5 million copies of anti-protest edict

People's Daily Online 30 March 2011

Saudi Arabia is printing as many as 1.5 million copies of an edict by religious scholars outlawing protests in the oil-rich kingdom as un-Islamic, according to state- run SPA news agency. Saudi

 

Two Indian Christians Languish in Saudi Prison

Christian Post 30 March 2011

LOS ANGELES – Friends and family of two Indian Christians arrested after a prayer meeting in Saudi Arabia in January have tried in vain to secure their release. The two Christians were

 

Saudi denies Texas terror charges

BBC News  29 March 2011

A Saudi student has pleaded not guilty to charges he sought to make a bomb and planned terror attacks in the US. Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari, 20, is charged in Texas with attempted use of a weapon of

 

No votes for women in Saudi municipal elections

SAUDI ARABIA. Saudi Arabia announced last week it will hold the elections, in the first political concession since protests sweeping the region reached the kingdom. "There is nothing to stop the

 

British Universities funded by Islamic sources

barnabasfund.org 28 March 2011

British universities have received hundreds of millions of pounds from Saudi and other Islamic sources, which are intended to change the intellectual climate of the UK. Between 1995 and 2008,

 

British teacher faces beheading for friend's death in Saudi Arabia

Daily Mail 28 March 2011

A British teacher could be beheaded in Saudi Arabia if found guilty of murdering a friend with whom he came to blows during a heavy drinking session. Formal charges could soon be laid against

 

Bahrain: An Iranian Thorn In Saudi Arabia's Side

FrontPage Magazine 25 March 2011
By Stephen Brown

The occupation of Bahrain by 2,000 Saudi-led Gulf troops in mid-March was just the latest manifestation of the largely unknown Sunni-Shiite conflict currently taking place across

 

Call for unity in Islamic finance

The National  23 March 2011
By Gregor Hunter

Saudi Arabia should stake its place as a hub for Islamic banking and finance, banking executives at the Jeddah Economic Forum said yesterday. Sheikh Saleh Kamel, the chairman

 

Bahrain bans Lebanon travel, sectarian tension rises

39online.com 23 March 2011
By Lin Noueihed

Bahrain warned its nationals on Tuesday not to travel to Lebanon for their own safety after Iranian-backed Shi'ite Muslim group Hezbollah came out in support of weeks of protests by mainly Shi'ite

 

Saudi Arabia Detains Two Indian Christians

Christian Post 23 March 2011
By Wesley Ernst

Two Indian workers were arrested in Saudi Arabia recently on charges of proselytizing and sentenced to 45 days in prison. Vasantha Sekhar and Nese Yohan were arrested and beaten

 
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