Egyptian police arrest 8 at anti-harassment rally

Jerusalem Post 

Police arrested eight men and women Tuesday as they tried to stage a protest against the sexual harassment of women, police and political activists said.

Leave Christmas alone, say Muslims 

The Telegraph 

Muslim leaders joined their Christian counterparts yesterday to launch a powerful attack on politicians and town halls that play down Christmas. They warned that attempts to remove religion from the festival were fuelling Right-wing extremism. 

Race-hate laws to be changed after BNP case fails


Times on Line  

NEW laws to clamp down on racism are being prepared by the Government after the leader of the far-right British National Party was cleared of stirring up racial hatred by attacking Islam.  

Al-Qaida plotting nuclear attack on UK, officials warn


The Guardian

British intelligence officials believe that al-Qaida is determined to attack the UK with a nuclear weapon, it emerged yesterday. The announcement, from an officially organised Foreign Office counter-terrorism briefing for the media, was the latest in a series of bleak assessments by senior officials and ministers about the terrorist threat facing Britain.

Al Qaeda leader is aiming for Atomic Attack



Sky News




Al Qaeda is trawling the world for the technology to mount a nuclear strike on the West, a senior Foreign Office official has warned.  


Christian charity bans Christmas themed children's gifts .... (so only buy Christmas themed cards) 

 Daily Mail 



Christian charity Samaritan's Purse fears anything relating to Jesus may offend Muslims So its decision to ban Jesus, God and anything else connected with its own faith has been greeted with little short of puzzlement.  

Netherlands moves toward total ban on Muslim veils

The Guardian

The Netherlands may become the first European country to ban Muslim face veils after its government pledged yesterday to outlaw the wearing in public spaces of the niqab, or veil, and the burka, or full-length cloak covering the head.

Far-right leader cleared of race hate 

Source The Australian

THE leader of the far-right British National Party walked free from court overnight after being cleared on race hate charges in a re-trial. Nick Griffin, who was acquitted of using words or behaviour intended or likely to stir up racial hatred, emerged from the courthouse making the victory sign as supporters greeted him waving flags, wielding bottles of champagne and chanting "Freedom". 

مجلس الدولة المصري: النقاب من الحريات الشخصية ولا يجوز منعه


الشرق الاوسط
القاهرة: خالد محمد
فى خطوة من المتوقع أن تثير جدلا كبيرا حول تلك القضية، أكد تقرير لهيئة المفوضين بمجلس الدولة المصري حق المرأة في ارتداء النقاب والدخول به الى أي مكان بدون ان يتعرض لها أحد، فيما شدد المستشار عبد القادر قنديل نائب رئيس مجلس الدولة ـ الذي أعد التقرير ـ ان النقاب زي مباحٌ للمرأة، وارتداءها له من حريتها الشخصية والعقائدية والجسدية ولا يجوز حظره أو منعه لأن في ذلك مساسا بالحرية الشخصية والعقيدية.


 BNP Leader Cleared of Race Hate (But He Insulted Islam) 


BNP leader Nick Griffin and party activist Mark Collett have been cleared of inciting racial hatred after a retrial at Leeds Crown Court.


Mr Griffin, 46, from Powys, Wales, had denied two charges of using words or behaviour intended to stir up racial hatred in a speech in Keighley.


Muslim demonstrator found guilty of stirring up race hate, but not inciting murder 

Source Daily Mail

 A website designer was found guilty today of stirring up race hate during a march by Muslims protesting at an anti-Islamic cartoon.  

Egyptian cleric allegedly abducted by CIA recounts torture in Egypt 

Herald Tribune 

ROME: An Egyptian cleric who was allegedly kidnapped by the CIA in Milan in 2003 said he was tortured with electric shocks, left in a cell where rats crawled on him and threatened with rape when he was taken to Egypt, an Italian newspaper reported Thursday.

Demolition of Christian Family House Rumered to be used as a Church in Kom Elofy,Samalot, El-Minya

لنك لموقع "الكلمة"

هدم منزل مسيحي في المنيا لأنتشار اشاعة انة كنيسة
شهادة السيد : سعد كامل شحاتة . قرية كوم اللوفى ، مركز سمالوط ، محافظة المنيا
إننى رجل مسالم مشكلتى إننى أصرفت عمرى كله فى الكد والتعب لأجمع لى ولاسرتى بعض القروش لأبنى بها بيت يحمينا من صهد الصيف ومن صقيع الشتاء 

Row as immigration lawyer twice defies judge to remove veil

 Source Daily Mail 

An immigration tribunal had to be stopped after a lawyer twice refused a judge's request that she remove her veil.

Egyptian convicted for Madrid bombings

Source: China Daily

An Italian court yesterday sentenced an Egyptian accused of being one of the masterminds of the 2004 Madrid bombings to 10 years in prison for terrorist association. Rabei Osman Sayed Ahmed, also known as "Mohamed the Egyptian," was arrested in Milan three months after the March 11, 2004 blasts that killed 191 people and wounded 2,000 others. He is the first suspected Madrid plotter to be convicted following the attacks.

 Egyptian Blogger Abdelkareem Nabil Soliman IMPRISONED For Anti-Islamic Comments 

Anyone who knows about the wonderful freedoms today’s Islamic Egypt affords her citizens will be surprised to hear that a harmless 22-year-old blogger who wrote an anti-Islamic essay was thrown into jail recently. 

Egyptian police arrest 30 members of outlawed Muslim Brotherhood

Source Herald Tribune

Egyptian police arrested 30 members of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood on Sunday, police said.A police official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the media, said most of the detainees were students of Helwan University who were arrested for alleged illegal activities.

Bishop attacks 'victim' Muslims in UK

Source Times on Line 

THE Church of England’s only Asian bishop, whose father converted from Islam, has criticised many Muslims for their “dual psychology”, in which they desire both “victimhood and domination”.


Saudi court sentences rape victim to 90 lashes


A Saudi court has sentenced a gang rape victim to 90 lashes of the whip because she was alone in a car with a man to whom she was not married.


Islamist groups clash with government forces on Egyptian campuses 

Murcery Newspapers 

CAIRO, Egypt - Tensions between the Egyptian government and a powerful Islamist opposition force spilled onto university campuses last week with clashes that erupted when security forces barred some candidates from running for student elections.   

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