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Imam kicked, pushed and dragged along a nine-year-old boy who forgot passage of the Koran during lessons

Daily Mail 22 May 2015
By Jennifer Newton

Raza Ul-Mustafa Sabir attacked the child at the Jamiz Nizamia mosque. Came after the youngster could not remember a passage of the Koran. Sabir then pushed, kicked

 

Court Rules Jokes About Islam Makes Comedian a ‘Hate Preacher’

Breitbart 22 May 2015
By Donna Rachel Edmunds

Dieter Nuhr has made a name for himself in Germany with his satirical take on Islam. Jokes such as "In Islam, a woman is free, but free primarily of having to decide anything,”

 

Seven women convicted on terrorism charges

deredactie 20 May 2015

A court in Antwerp has convicted seven Muslim women for participating in the activities of a terrorist group. Four of those convicted are currently in Syria where they have

 

CSID Calls Morsi Death Sentence “A Travesty Of Justice”

Global MB Watch 19 May 2015

In a statement titled “Travesty of Justice in Egypt” the US-based Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy (CSID) condemned the death sentences issued by an Egyptian court

 

French convert to Islam convicted for involvement with al-Qaida in northern Mali

Fox News 18 May 2015

A Paris court has convicted a 60-year-old Frenchman and sentenced him to eight years in prison for belonging to al-Qaida's North African affiliate and taking part in armed actions in

 

Danish culinary school fined $6,000 for forcing Muslim student to eat pork

tribune.com.pk 12 May 2015

A Danish court ordered a culinary school to pay $6,000 in damages to a Muslim student after she was allegedly made to taste pork as part of her studies. The 24-year-old

 

Gaddafi’s son Saadi in Tripoli court on murder charges

Times of Malta 12 May 2015

Muammar Gaddafi’s son Saadi who fled abroad during Libya’s 2011 revolution and was extradited from Niger last year appeared in a Tripoli court yesterday at the start of a trial on

 

Mohamed Fahmy files $100M lawsuit against Al Jazeera

Waterloo Record 12 May 2015
By Diana Mehta

A Canadian journalist on trial for widely denounced terror charges in Egypt is suing his employer, Al Jazeera Media Network, alleging the Qatar-based broadcaster's actions

 

Texas Muslima to sister: “I cannot wait until my dad puts a bullet between your eyes”

Jihad Watch 11 May 2015
By Robert Spencer

Muslims commit 91 percent of honor killings worldwide. A manual of Islamic law certified as a reliable guide to Sunni orthodoxy by Al-Azhar University, the most respected authority

 

Texas Shooters Went to Phoenix Mosque with Terror Past

The Clarion Project 11 May 2015

The two gunmen killed last week while attacking a ‘draw Mohammed’ competition in Texas attended the same Arizona Mosque where others have been involved with terrorism cases

 

India: Muslims jailed for cutting off teacher’s hand for “blasphemy”

Jihad Watch 11 May 2015
By Robert Spencer

TJ Joseph, a professor in Kerala at the Thodupuzha Newman college, was arrested by local police and received multiple death threats in April 2010 after using a passage from a

 

Finally: Nigeria Criminalizes Female Genital Mutilation

NAIJ.COM 7 May 2015

The Senate passed a law yesterday which is against prohibit female circumcision or genital mutilation, forceful ejection from home and harmful widowhood practices. The bill also prohibits

 

Mohammad Shafia intimidated prisoners into attending prayers Senate committee hears about Shafia, serving life sentence for 2009

CBC News 6 May 2015

The Montreal man serving a life sentence for killing his wife and three teenage daughters intimidated other prisoners to the point that one asked to be put in isolation, a

 

Dutch peacekeeper not prosecuted for Srebrenica massacre

The Denver Post 30 April 2015

A Dutch high court has ruled that a retired general who commanded Dutch peacekeepers in the Bosnian enclave of Srebrenica when Bosnian Serb fighters overran the town and

 

Foreign criminal can stay in Britain because he is an alcoholic

Telegraph.co.uk 30 April 2015
By David Barrett

A foreign criminal who has been convicted of more than 70 offences has been allowed to remain in Britain because he is an alcoholic. In what is believed to be the first

 

Attorneys are presenting disturbing computer evidence from a Boston Marathon bomber and his widow

Business Insider 29 April 2015
By Pamela Engel

The sentencing phase of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's trial is underway, and his attorneys are presenting evidence from his brother's computer to convince a jury

 

CCTV Images Of Sex Fiends Who Abducted Woman,Sexually Assaulted And Left Victim 30 Miles Away

kafircrusaders 29 April 2015

The two twisted sex cases pictured below are wanted by West Midlands Police in connection with a female being forced into a car . Where they dumped her 30 miles away after

 

Imprisoned Christian journalist to face blasphemy charges

Daily News Egypt 28 April 2015
By Emir Nader

A journalist imprisoned for “spreading false news” in 2013 now faces blasphemy charges, on accusations relating to his conversion to Christianity over seven years ago, according to his

 

Bulgaria court sends man, who tried to set mosque on fire, to jail

Plovdiv. District Court of Bulgaria’s second-biggest city of Plovdiv sentenced Viktor Alexandrov, who tried to set the Dzhumaya Dzhamiya mosque in the city on fire, to one-year

 

Denmark: Muslims who whipped woman in face with iron chains laughs in court

10News.dk 27 April 2015

More descriptions of the attack here. The attackers are "second generation immigrants” (a ‘Danish euphemism for Muslims) – several of the Somalis. (Nanna Skovman, 23 years,

 
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