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Cardiff Jihadist 'willing to die' for Isis fight in Syria

Reyaad Khan, Nasser Muthana and Abdul Rakib Amin

Reyaad Khan, Nasser Muthana and Abdul Rakib Amin appeared in a video aimed at recruiting jihadists  

In an online conversation with BBC Wales Aseel Muthana described seeing 'martyrs' to militant group Isis's cause

A man believed to be one of three people from Cardiff who have joined a jihadist group in Syria has said he is willing to die for the cause.

Aseel Muthana, 17, left Britain in February to join his older brother Nasser in the country and says he has no plans to return.


Sudanese Authorities Demolish Another Church Building Advance notice came previous day -- during worship service.

By Our Sudan Correspondent

JUBA, South Sudan, June 30, 2014 (Morning Star News) –  

Remains of Sudanese Church of Christ in North Khartoum. (Morning Star News) 

Authorities in North Khartoum demolished another church building today, just a day after giving verbal notice during the congregation’s worship service, sources said.
Bulldozers demolished the Sudanese Church of Christ in the Thiba Al Hamyida area of the city as church members watched, with security personnel threatening to arrest them if they tried to block their efforts, church members said.
There were about 70 security personnel armed with guns and tear gas, they said.

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High-Profile Convert Jailed for 'Inciting Strife'

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as well as his wife and children.

Mohammed Hegazy, a well-known Christian campaigner for religious liberty, has been detained in Egypt for allegedly inciting "sectarian strife." Sources are concerned that the 31-year-old believer may be enduring torture in prison.

Mohammed (now widely known by his Christian name, Bishoy Armia Boulous), was arrested on the morning of December 4th at a café in Minya, Upper Egypt. Security forces claim he had been working for a Christian satellite TV channel and contributing to a "false image" that there is violence being perpetrated against Christians in Minya.

Meriam Ibrahim Released from Custody after Attempt to Leave Sudan
Elements within government attempting to charge mother of two with 'fraudulent' travel documents.
By the Editor June 26, 2014 (Morning Star News) –
The Sudanese mother of two detained at a Khartoum airport on Tuesday (June 24) after her death sentence for apostasy was overturned on Monday was released today, and foreign governments are pressuring Sudan to permit her to travel outside the country, according to various sources.


Sudan: Meriam Ibrahim 're-arrested'

24 June 2014

UPDATE 25 June: According to the latest reports, Meriam and her family are still in custody. She is repotedly being held Mrs Ibrahim is being held at a police station in Khartoum, Sudan's capital. According to her lawyer, Elsherif Ali, she has been accused by Sudan's National Security and Intelligence Authority of forging official documents. The emergency travel documents were issued by South Sudan's embassy in Khartoum, which insists that the travel documents are genuine.

Meriam was 're-arrested' at Khartoum airport less than 24 hours after her release from death row.

About 40 security agents detained Ms Ibrahim, along with her husband Daniel Wani and two children, who were intending to leave for the US. Her husband and children are now apparently released and staying at the US embassy.

Copt Convicted of 'Blasphemy' in Egypt for 'Liking' Facebook Page

Severity of sentence shocks Christians, free speech advocates. By Our Middle East Correspondent
ISTANBUL, Turkey, June 25, 2014 (Morning Star News) – A young Christian man in Upper Egypt accused of blaspheming Islam for “liking” a Facebook page was sentenced Tuesday (June 24) to six years in prison, shocking the Coptic community and other Facebook users.
Judge Hazim Hany of Armant Criminal Court found Kerolos Shouky Attallah, 29, of Al-Mahamid village near Luxor, guilty of violating two articles of the Egyptian Penal Code – Article 98F, defaming a divinely revealed religion, and Article 176, inciting sectarian violence.

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Sudan: Meriam Ibrahim released from death row

The Sudanese State News Agency, Suna, is reporting that Meriam Ibrahim has been released and the charges overturned.

Suna said: "The appeal court ordered the release of [Ibrahim] and the cancellation of the [earlier] court ruling."

She has been moved to a safe house, according to Mohaned Mostafa, a member of her legal team. He told Reuters: "Her family had been threatened before and we are worried that someone might try to harm her."

Sentenced to death

Meriam Yahia Ibrahim was sentenced to death in Khartoum on 11 May for 'apostasy' (converting to Christianity) as well as up to 100 lashes for committing adultery. She refused to renounce her Christian faith. According to reports, the judge told her: "We gave you three days to recant but you insist on not returning to Islam. I sentence you to be hanged to death." Meriam calmly replied, "I am a Christian and I never committed apostasy."

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A young Christian man has been charged under Egypt’s “blasphemy” law for “liking” a Facebook page that local Muslims deemed offensive to Islam. The case prompted attacks by Islamists on Christian property.

Kerolos Shouky Attallah (29) of El-Mahameed village near Luxor is scheduled to appear in court on 24 June on a charge of showing disdain or contempt for a heavenly religion, which carries a penalty of between six months and five years in prison, or a fine.

Kerolos was accused after clicking the “like” button on a Facebook page run by a group of converts from Islam to Christianity, the Knights of the Cross. The page features posts about Christian and Islamic teachings, and is intended to encourage Arabic-speaking converts from Islam in their faith. Kerolos did not add any content to the page or interact with posts by others.

Radical Sunni Islamists face jail for attack on group of Shi'ites 'in first case of Muslim sectarian violence in Britain'

  • Violence broke out during protest organised by preacher Anjem Choudary
  • Two men were beaten with placards and sticks during event in London
  • Ginger-haired Jordan Horner, 20, attacked man after calling him a 'kaffir'
  • Other Sunni members Mohammed Almagir, 34, Mirza Ali, 38, Mohad Uddin, 36, and Kamran Khan, 29, joined in, shouting 'Shias are the enemy within'
  • Horner, Ali, Almagir and Uddin guilty of violent disorder, and Khan of affray
  • Group all due to be sentenced at the Old Bailey tomorrow

By Lucy Crossley 

Convicted: Jordan Horner, 20, is one of a group of Sunni Muslims facing jail for attacking a group of Shi'ites in what is believed to be the first case of Muslim sectarian violence on the streets of Britain

Convicted: Jordan Horner, 20, is one of a group of Sunni Muslims facing jail for attacking a group of Shi'ites in what is believed to be the first case of Muslim sectarian violence on the streets of Britain

Radical Sunni Muslims are facing jail for attacking a group of Shi’ites in what is believed to be the first case of Muslim sectarian violence on the streets of Britain.

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Brits 'Fighting With Iraq Militant Group ISIS'

It is unknown how many Britons could be taking up arms for the terror organisation in Iraq, which Mr Hague called the "most violent and brutal militant group in the Middle East".

Mr Hague repeated his position there was no prospect of a British military intervention to tackle ISIS in Iraq.

But he said counter-terrorism support could be offered to the government in Baghdad and a Ministry of Defence team had been sent to the country to assist embassy staff in contingency planning.

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A man believed to be an Iraqi officer is apparently captured by ISIS

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Key figure in 'Trojan Horse' plot is an Ofsted inspector

Chairman of governors at a school implicated in "Trojan Horse" plot is named as an Ofsted inspector - days before watchdog releases damning reports into the affair

Tahir Alam, chairman of governors at Park View School in Birmingham, is a registered Ofsted inspector.
Tahir Alam, chairman of governors at Park View School in Birmingham, is a registered Ofsted inspector. Photo: BBC

A key figure implicated in the Islamic “Trojan Horse” plot to take over secular state schools in Birmingham is a registered Ofsted inspector, it has emerged.

Tahir Alam, chairman of governors at Park View School in the city, has been registered as an education inspector since 2010, it was revealed.

He was appointed to the role three years after publishing a detailed blueprint that appeared to advocate the introduction of Islamic practices in schools, including covering up girls, gender segregation in some activities and the end of multicultural worship.

Nigeria: 8 Christians killed and church in flames

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   (AGI) - Abuja,- Armed men killed at least 8 Christians in their attack on a church in the central state of Plateau, and afterwards set the church on fire. The police made their statement, saying that for now they have not assigned the blame for the action, even though the MO and the aims of the attack lead to presuming it was the work by the Boko Haram Islamic Fundamentalists, who have killed thousands of people since 2009. (AGI) .

Kenya: Muslim Cleric Shot Dead in Mombasa

Police are investigating the murder of a Muslim cleric in the Coastal city of Mombasa.

Mohammed Idris 64 , chairman of the Council of  Imam and Preachers of Kenya (CIPK) was shot dead on this morning outside his house in Likoni area .

Mombasa county commissioner Nelson Marwa said three assailants riding a motorbike confronted the Imam and shot him at close range as he was heading to the Mosque for morning prayers.

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Militants kill 23 Shia Muslim pilgrims in Baluchistan

Quetta: Militants have killed 23 Shia Muslim pilgrims in the Taftan area of the troubled Baluchistan province, officials said. 

Representational image. APFour of the attackers had also been killed by the levies forces after heavy exchange of fire, Home Minister, Mir Sarfaraz Bugti, told reporters.

The attack took place on Sunday when ten buses carrying Shia pilgrims came from Iran and stopped at a hotel in Taftan.

"As soon as the pilgrims came out of the buses to go to the hotel first a group of militants first opened indiscriminate firing on them and also threw hand grenades before rushing into the hotel and taking refuge there," Bugti said.

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Suspected Boko Haram gunmen have reportedly kidnapped 20 women from a nomadic settlement in northeast Nigeria near the town of Chibok, where the Islamic militants abducted more than 300 schoolgirls and young women on April 15.

Alhaji Tar, a member of the vigilante groups set up to resist Boko Haram's attacks, said the men arrived at noon Thursday in the Garkin Fulani settlement and forced the women to enter their vehicles at gunpoint. He says they drove away to an unknown location in the remote stretch of Borno state.

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Trojan Horse leaked report says pupils 'not protected from extremism'

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Pupils are not being protected from extremist views at a Birmingham school named in the Trojan Horse inquiry, according to leaked Ofsted reports.

Golden Hillock School in Sparkhill was described as inadequate by inspectors.

Another leaked report claims the governing body at Saltley School "paid private investigators to interrogate the emails of senior staff".

Ofsted began inspections after claims that hardline Muslims were trying to take over Birmingham schools.

Scores Dead from Attacks on Church,

Christian Areas in Northeast Nigeria Suspected Boko Haram rebels kill nine volunteers guarding worship service.

By Our Nigeria Correspondent

Adamawa Gov. Murtala Nyako. (Wikipedia)Suspected Boko Haram Islamists killed nine Christians guarding a church service in Borno state on Sunday (June 1), hours before a bombing of a Christian area in neighboring Adamawa state resulted in at least 48 deaths, Christian leaders said. 

Church Website blocked as 'Porn' in Turkish Parliament

Legislator Says Lawmaker demands investigation.

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 A Turkish legislator is demanding an investigation into why the website of at least one Turkish church was labeled pornography and blocked from computers at Turkey’s Grand National Assembly (TBMM).
While doing research on Wednesday (May 28) for a trip to Diyarbakir, Aykan Erdemir, a legislator from Bursa with the opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP), discovered that the website for Diyarbakir Church could not be accessed by members of the TBMM (or Parliament).

Iran Steps Up Campaign of Terror against House Churches Saeed Abedini tortured, beaten.

By Our Middle East Correspondent

ISTANBUL, Turkey, May 30, 2014 (Morning Star News) – 

Iran’s secret police and Revolutionary Guard are subjecting Christians to a continuing wave of arrests, and increased torture and brutal beatings, in an effort to crush the house-church movement, activists said.

EXCLUSIVE: First picture of the baby born in a Sudan jail to mother sentenced to HANG for marrying a Christian

  • Meriam Ibrahim, 27, gave birth five days early yesterday after months shackled to floor
  • Father, U.S. citizen Daniel Wani, pictured with hours-old girl in barbaric jail in Khartoum where Meriam has spent her pregnancy shackled to floor
  • Doctor was sentenced to death for converting from Islam to Christianity after marrying, Daniel, a Christian who lives in New Hampshire
  • She will never see him grow up as she refuses to renounce Christianity
  • Lawyer told MailOnline: 'The family are taking time to enjoy the birth before they fight injustice'

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Proud: Father Daniel Wani, a U.S. citizen, from Manchester, New Hampshire, holds Maya for the first time after being allowed to visit to his wife, Meriam Ibrahim, who was sentenced to death for marrying him, a Christian


Proud: Father Daniel Wani, a U.S. citizen, from Manchester, New Hampshire, holds Maya for the first time after being allowed to visit to his wife, Meriam Ibrahim, who was sentenced to death for marrying him, a Christian

Sleeping peacefully in the arms of her father, this is precious baby Maya born in jail to the woman facing execution in Sudan for marrying a Christian U.S. citizen.

Abu Hamza Al-Masri, Radical Muslim Cleric, Found Guilty Of Terror Charges By US Federal Court




NEW YORK -- Abu Hamza al-Masri, the radical Islamic cleric who was extradited from the UK to the US in 2012, has been found guilty of terror-related charges by a federal court in New York. The verdict, reached after a four-week trial in Manhattan, means the cleric is likely to spend the rest of his life in a maximum security prison.

After two days of deliberation, the jury found Hamza, who was born Mustafa Kamel Mustafa, guilty on 11 counts, including planning to establish a jihad training camp in Oregon, conspiring to kidnap Americans in Yemen, facilitating violent jihad in Afghanistan and suppling the Taliban with goods and services.

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Hundreds of Christian girls kidnapped, forced to marry Muslims in Pakistan

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An estimated 1,000 girls and young women – mostly Christians – are kidnapped and forced to convert to Islam and marry Muslim men every year in Pakistan, according to a new report.

Young Christian women in Pakistan are extremely vulnerable
Young Christian women in Pakistan are extremely vulnerable

Produced by the Movement for Solidarity and Peace in Pakistan (MSP), a human rights organisation, Forced Marriages & Forced Conversions in the Christian Community of Pakistan found that up to 700 of those affected are Christian and around 300 Hindu. But the authors said:

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Convert to Christianity in Sudan Faces Death for Apostasy: Islamic Sharia Law.

By Murad Makhmudov and Lee Jay Walker 

The international community needs to stand up to the brutal reality of Islamic Sharia Law because this legal code is neo-medieval and based on apartheid logic. In Sudan the reality of Islamic Sharia law is clear for all to see because a female Muslim faces being hanged for merely marrying a Christian male and then renouncing Islam. This reality equally applies in other mainly Muslim nations that abide by Islamic Sharia law in its entirety. Therefore, it is essential that “liberal elites” in the West stop appeasing all the time. After all, this is merely encouraging Islamists to spread this apartheid logic within the body politic of mainly non-Muslim nations.

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Holy War‘like’: Islamic preachers using Facebook as call to jihad

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Radical Islamic clerics have been using social media to try and increase support for jihad in Syria, which is “considered the most socially-mediated conflict in history,” a report by King’s College London states.

For the past year, a team from the International Centre for the Study of Radicalization and Political Violence (ICSR) has been looking how social media has played a role in leading to increasing numbers of foreign fighters from Western Europe and Australia who have decided to go to Syria and join the Civil War against President Bashar Assad. 

Pregnant Christian Sentenced to Death for 'Apostasy' Pressured to Embrace Islam

Woman in Sudan given three days to recant faith.

By Our Sudan Correspondent
Sudan flag. (World Factbook)JUBA, South Sudan, May 12, 2014 (Morning Star News) – A court in Sudan that sentenced a pregnant Christian to death for allegedly leaving Islam is pressuring her to recant in exchange for leniency, sources said.

Christians Killed in Egypt Reflect Growing Hatred in Segments of Society

Coptic teacher in Minya Province, woman in Cairo latest victims of vitriol.

By Our Middle East Correspondent

ISTANBUL, Turkey, April 12, 2014 (Morning Star News) – A Coptic Christian teacher in Egypt allegedly shot by the teenage brother of one of his students has died, human rights activists said yesterday.
Ashraf Alahm Atef Hanna, an English teacher at Marzouk Prep School in the village of Marzouk in Minya Province, succumbed to injuries from the shooting on Tuesday (April 8). He was 35.


Persecuted Christian Copt awarded refugee status

A Coptic Christian persecuted in Egypt and Libya for his religious beliefs is awarded refugee status, after the Refugee Appeals Board overturns its decision on appeal.


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An Egyptian Coptic Christian is awarded refugee status after the Refugee Appeals Board upheld his arguments describing how, persecuted due to his religion, he was forced to flee his native country and come to Malta. The name of the refugee cannot be published by order of the Board.

An Egyptian Coptic Christian is awarded refugee status after the Refugee Appeals Board upheld his arguments describing how, persecuted due to his religion, he was forced to flee his native country and come to Malta. The name of the refugee cannot be published by order of the Board.

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Four people were killed in an Islamist attack on a church in Egypt, while another Egyptian Christian has been murdered in Libya.

Churches in Egypt have been targeted by Muslim Brotherhood protesters

Churches in Egypt have been targeted by Muslim Brotherhood protesters

Supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood shot at the church building in Ain Shams, a suburb of Cairo, and set cars parked by it on fire. The attack took place on 28 March. 

A young Christian woman, Mary Sameh George, was among those killed. She was in a car outside the church and was targeted by the Islamists when they saw a cross hanging from the rear view mirror. An eyewitness said that Mary was savagely attacked by the Muslim mob. A 25-year-old journalist was also killed.

The Egyptian security forces have been criticised for failing to intervene.


Pakistan 'blasphemy lawyer' shot dead in Multan office

Protesters react to a rumour that a member of the Hindu community had desecrated the Koran, in the southern Pakistani province of Sindh (March 2014) 
Perceived insults against Islam can cause much public anger in Pakistan
Gunmen in the Pakistani city of Multan have shot dead a lawyer defending a university lecturer accused of blasphemy, police and officials say.

Police said that Rashid Rehman was sitting in his office when he was shot. Two of his assistants were injured.

Allegations of blasphemy against Islam are taken very seriously in Pakistan.

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Muslim Brotherhood Slaughter Christian Woman


Death of an Innocent Woman- Mary Sameh George

On Friday, March 28, in Ain Shams, a suburb of Cairo, rioting Muslim Brotherhood supporters attacked the Virgin Mary and Archangel Michael Coptic Orthodox Church, including by opening fire on it and setting parked cars aflame.  Four people died.

One of the slain, a young Coptic woman, was savagely mauled and molested before being murdered—simply because her cross identified her as a Christian to the Brotherhood rioters.

According to an eyewitness who discussed the entire event on the Egyptian program, 90 Minutes, Mary Sameh George was parking by the church to deliver medicine to a sickly, elderly woman:

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A growing number of Syrian Christian leaders are traveling to the United States to plead with lawmakers to stop sending arms to the rebels. The most recent visitor is the Patriarch of the Church of Antioch, His Beatitude Gregorios III, who is based in Damascus.

For the first three years of the civil war, Syria’s Christian leaders have not been frequent visitors to the U.S., in part fearing reprisals when they return to Syria, but also because they have been reluctant to engage in what they see as political issues. But with the civil war now in its fourth year, they are taking a more public stance. Visiting Washington, D.C., in January of this year to speak about the war, Bishop Armash Nalbandian, primate of the Armenian Church of Damascus, said that after he witnessed the bombing of the St. John of Damascus School, which killed nine children, he did not care anymore about his own safety. He said he will now do and say anything to help end the war.

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UK: Plot to 'Islamize' British Schools

The Guardian -- an otherwise inveterate enforcer of British multiculturalism -- quotes senior teachers and school officials in Birmingham who say they recognize the tactics outlined in the document as having been used by Islamic hardliners to try to gain influence in the city's schools for over a decade.

Islamist Extremists Publicly Crucify Two Syrian Rebels

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Radical Islamist groups fighting in Syria continue to conduct atrocities and executions. Now, reports indicate that extremists fighting for the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) have publicly crucified two Syrian rebels.

The executions allegedly took place in Raqqa, a Syrian province under ISIL control. The terrorist organization, also known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), continues to govern the territory by a strict interpretation of Islamic law and severely represses potential dissent. Earlier this year, the small Christian community remaining in Raqqa received an ultimatum demanding that they pay a tax and follow other strict rules, convert to Islam, or be killed.


We need a complete picture of Muslim Brotherhood's activities, Cameron warns as he orders MI6 probe into Egyptian radicals

  • Review will look at the 'philosphy and activities' of the Muslim Brotherhood
  • MI6  will assess whether organisation was behind recent attacks in Egypt
  • MI5 will look into how many senior leaders of the body are based in the UK
  • Concerns that London is being used as a hub for extremist activities
  • Some leaders reported to be operating from a flat in Cricklewood
  • The Brotherhood is Egypt’s oldest and largest Islamist organisation
  • It's inspired similar movements with its political activism and charity work

By Matt Chorley, Mailonline Political Editor and Daniel Martin

Prime Minister David Cameron addressed reporters at a press conference alongside Italian PM Matteo Renzi

David Cameron today vowed to 'challenge the extremist narrative' of some Islamic organisations as he ordered an investigation into the Muslim Brotherhood to check whether it is planning attacks in the Middle East from Britain.

Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood Member Rapes a 6-Year-old Boy for Supporting Opposition

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Egypt MB rapes 6-year-old boy


A young boy in Egypt, apparently no more than six-years-old, was recently raped by a Muslim Brotherhood member “angered” at the child for singing praises to Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, widely seen in Egypt as the hero of the revolution that saw the ousting of Muhammad Morsi and the Brotherhood in July 2013, and likely Egypt’s next president.

The details, including video interviews with the boy (whose face appears alternatively blotted out or hidden by his hands to protect his identity and dignity) and his father and mother, recently appeared on Egyptian journalist Wael Ibrashi’s television program (the same program that exposed Egypt’s “first sex-slave marriage” and how women were drinking camel urine in connection with Islamic teachings).

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Attorneys, Rights Groups Blast Death Sentence for Christian in Pakistan

Sawan Masih becomes second Christian on death row for alleged remarks.

LAHORE, Pakistan (Morning Star News) – Rights groups and attorneys slammed the death sentence handed down to a Christian yesterday, saying the case for his blasphemy conviction was weak while Muslims who destroyed houses and shops in his neighborhood have been freed on bail.

Sawan Masih, now the second Christian on death row on blasphemy charges along with Asia Bibi, was sentenced by Lahore Additional District and Sessions Judge Chaudhry Ghulam Murtaza at the Kot Lakhpath Jail on Thursday (March 27). His trial took place at the jail due to security concerns. The street sweeper was also fined 200,000 rupees (US$2,027).

Three Egyptian Cousins Go to Libya; None Comes Back Alive

Once viewed as a center for opportunity, Benghazi now seen as a danger zone.

By Our Middle East Correspondent
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The youngest cousin was carried back home in an ambulance, half dead with a bullet lodged in his skull. The next came back to the village just a month after he left, to be buried in a Coptic cemetery.
Another cousin disappeared in 2012; he is thought to have been taken by Islamic militants and hasn’t been heard from since.
For Christians in Egypt, the word “Benghazi” has become synonymous with death; for them, the seaside capital of Libya and surrounding area have gone from a place where Copts went to pursue better economic opportunities to one where they go and die.

FGM: UK's first female genital mutilation prosecutions announced
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An offence as allegedly carried out by a doctor at the Whittington Hospital in London

The first UK prosecutions over female genital mutilation have been announced by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS).

Dr Dhanoun Dharmasena, 31, of Ilford, Essex, will be prosecuted for an alleged offence while working at the Whittington Hospital in London.

Hasan Mohamed, 40, of Holloway, north London, faces a charge of intentionally encouraging female genital mutilation.





Blair calls on West to confront 'radical Islam' not Russia

Blair will defend the military coup in Egypt against the legitimate president Mohammed Morsi and will say that the Muslim Brotherhood, whose activities are being investigation in the UK, did not only fail to manage the government, but tried to control the traditional institutions of the state.


In a speech to be delivered in London today, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair will urge the West to forget Russian President Vladimir Putin's stance on the Ukraine and join him in the fight against "radical Islam". Blair will say in his speech that Europe and the US must cooperate with Russia in the face of a common goal "whatever our differences".


pilgrimages at risk from fraudsters, says radical Muslim cleric

BRIT women travelling to Syria to take part in jihad are being warned fraudsters could be using them to obtain British passports, a radical cleric has warned.

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NOTORIOUS: Haitham al-Haddad is already known for radical views on reliogion dynamics [YOUTUBE]

Haitham al-Haddad claims Muslim girls are ­being lured to the Middle East by conmen looking to enter the UK or, worse still, by Syrian warlords looking to rape or enslave them.

He has posted a video on YouTube in which he says: “(The problem is) Sisters are going to jihad by themselves. I know of a sister who came to know a mujahideen ­online. She came to know him and they agreed to get married.

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