Terror suspect flees in prayer stop at mosque


Islamabad - A British terrorist suspect in an alleged plot to blow up trans-Atlantic commercial jetliners managed to escape from a mosque when his police escorts allowed him to say prayers on their way back to the prison, police said on Monday.

Thought she was not a virgin
Egyptian kills his bride on their wedding night

CAIRO (Moustafa Suleiman, AlArabiya.net) 

Egyptian police arrested laborer Ibrahim Ali after he killed his wife on their wedding night. Failing to deflower her, Ali thought his bride was not a virgin and killed her, assuming she had an illicit relationship.

Mohammed to beat Jack as top UK boys' name


Mohammed is set to overtake Jack as the most popular boys' name in Britain as a result of the high birth rate in Muslim families, which is driving the British population to a record high.

Maldives: non-Muslims to lose citizenship

The Maldivian constitutional assembly has passed an amendment stating that “none, except Muslims can be Maldivian citizens”.

According to the
Barnabas Fund, an organisation that supports the persecuted Church, the implementation of this amendment to the constitution means that a number of Maldivians will lose their citizenship and become stateless. In the Maldives it is illegal to practise any other religion than Islam.

A 16y old Mississauga Girl, dies after hijab dispute with father
The 16-year-old Mississauga girl who was allegedly strangled by her father in a dispute over her refusal to wear the hijab has died.
Aqsa Parvez, a Grade 11 student at Applewood Heights, succumbed to her injuries late last night, Peel Regional Police said today.

Mystery Shrouds Release of Egyptian Woman Convert

Police withhold Shaymaa Muhammad al-Sayed’s ID card, virtually eliminating all rights.

CAIRO, December 10 (Compass Direct News) – An Egyptian convert to Christianity released by police under murky circumstances has revealed details of her week-long detention last July that differ greatly from original reports of torture.

Copts plan rally in support of jailed Shadia Nagui Ibrahim

47-year-old sentenced for fraud for declaring herself Christian


A rally is being planned on Sunday by Coptic Christians in Egypt who have decided "enough is enough" after a 47-year-old mother was jailed because she married as a Christian.

The case, on which WND reported earlier, involves Shadia Nagui Ibrahim, who was charged and convicted of fraud, with its three-year prison sentence, for marrying more than two decades ago as a Christian.


Daily Express 

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TURMOIL: Beds are moved five times a day

OVERWORKED nurses have been ordered to stop all medical work five times every day to move Muslim patients’ beds so they face towards Mecca.

The killing of an innocent Christian man, Michael Issac Shamshoon 20y in cold blood in Tahnash, El-Minya 

Michael Issac Shamshoon  20y old was killed in cold blood after being provoked by throwing water on him by a Muslim called Saber abdu.

Saber Abdu then cursed Michael religion "Christianity" then kept stabbing him till Michael got killed.

Coptic News file "Arabic" from Motagaly speaker

Briton in Islam insult case leaves Sudan

KHARTOUM, Sudan - A British teacher jailed for insulting Islam after allowing her students to name a teddy bear Muhammad flew home Monday following a pardon by the president of Sudan, a British Embassy spokesman said.

Briton in Islam insult case leaves Sudan

Feminist author rewrites novel after death threats from Muslim extremists

Exiled author

Taslima Nasreen has been targeted by Islamic extremists who claim that her books are blasphemous

A feminist author is to rewrite her autobiography after she was forced to flee from Muslim extremists who placed a bounty on her head.

Taslima Nasreen, 45, a former doctor, said today that she hoped that the move would appease fundamentalist groups and end a controversy that forced her to leave Calcutta last week.

Attempt to arrest Michael Seehah and his Extortion by Major Ibrahim

 Rasha Noor

Sir Nader Kamal Muhammad Ibrahim, a Major in Kafr Al-Dawar Police Station, of Al-Behara, has placed charges against Michael Milad Haleem Seehah (26), which was reported and finalized in Al-Montazah Police Station of Alexandria, Egypt.

Sudan demo over jailed UK teacher and ask for her to be shot. 


Protesters in Khartoum
Protests took place in Khartoum following Friday prayers

Crowds of people have marched in Sudan's capital Khartoum to call for a tougher sentence for a British teacher imprisoned for insulting religion.

Gillian Gibbons, 54, from Liverpool, was jailed for 15 days on Thursday after allowing children in her class to name a teddy bear Muhammad.

Teddy Bear Teacher Sentenced to 15 Days in Jail, Deportation

KHARTOUM, Sudan —  British teacher Gillian Gibbons was convicted of insulting Islam for letting her pupils name a teddy bear Muhammad and sentenced to 15 days in prison and deportation from Sudan, one of her defense lawyers said Thursday.

Teddy bear row teacher charged in Sudan


Gillian Gibbons
Ms Gibbons asked students to name the toy


The British schoolteacher who allowed her pupils to name a teddy bear Mohammed has been charged in Sudan with insulting religion and inciting hatred.

Over 1,500 Extremists Freed After Repenting

RIYADH, 26 November 2007 — Saudi authorities have released more than 1,500 reformed extremists, who were detained on charges of embracing and spreading takfeer (the ideology that brands other Muslims who disagree with them as infidels).

Egyptian Police Detain Convert Who Wedded Christian

Woman’s family had tied her to chair and beat her for relationship.

by Peter Lamprecht

ISTANBUL, November 27 (Compass Direct News) – Police detained an Egyptian convert to Christianity on her wedding anniversary in Upper Egypt last week, her husband said.

'Muhammad' teddy teacher arrested  

 BBC News

A British schoolteacher has been arrested in Sudan accused of insulting Islam's Prophet, after she allowed her pupils to name a teddy bear Muhammad.

Riots break out in Paris suburbs

Burning car, set on fire by Parisian rioters
Rioters blocked roads with burning cars

Youths have damaged police stations, shops and cars in two Paris suburbs, following the deaths of two teenagers whose motorbike hit a police car.

Guardian Unlimited 

Maker of Undercover Mosque documentary considers suing police

Owen Gibson, media correspondent

The documentary maker cleared by regulators of misleadingly editing a Channel 4 programme about extreme Islamic preachers is considering legal action.

David Henshaw, the managing director of Hardcash Productions which made the Dispatches film Undercover Mosque, said he was still "very, very angry".

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