Man convicted of Pc's Sharon Beshenivsky gun murder UK  

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Jamma admitted firing the fatal shot but said it was an accident One of four men on trial over the death of Bradford Pc Sharon Beshenivsky has been convicted of her murder. Pc Beshenivsky, 38, was shot dead after a bungled robbery in November, 2005.  

Parents angered as every pupil is given halal school meals 

 Daily Mail 

Halal meat is being served to pupils in state schools without their knowledge, even if they believe the religious slaughter is cruel.  

Islamist group says it carried out Algeria attack 

ALGIERS (Reuters) 

A militant Islamist group linked to al Qaeda on Monday claimed responsibility for the weekend bombing of a bus carrying foreign oil workers near Algiers, and warned of further attacks.

More Terror Links Flying Imams 

Star Tribune 

The grounded imams incident at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport has been a public relations coup for the imams, their supporters and their claims that the group's only suspicious activity was saying evening prayers.


Britain starts to drop US term “war on terror”


Khaleej Times 

LONDON - Britain’s Foreign Office is urging government officials to stop using the US term “war on terror” amid concerns it angers British Muslims and undermines government aims, a weekly newspaper said on Sunday.  

UK schools get guide to Islam 

LONDON, Dec.9: A guide to Islam is being given to primary schools across Britain containing a headscarf, a prayer mat, a prayer cap, sacred Ihram clothing worn during the pilgrimage to Makkah, a poster of the Muslim prophets and a compass to locate the direction of Makkah. 

You can swim, but you have to wear Muslim dress 

Daily mail 

A council has sparked a row after it shut a swimming pool to hold Muslim-only sessions on a Sunday afternoon.  

Feds: Man planned to blow up Ill. mall  

Associated Press  

CHICAGO - A Muslim convert who talked about his desire to wage jihad against civilians was charged Friday in a plot to set off hand grenades at a shopping mall at the height of the Christmas rush, authorities said.  

Man charged in Illinois mall plot


A man who authorities said wanted to commit acts of "violent jihad" against civilians was charged Friday in a plot to set off hand grenades in garbage cans at a shopping mall, authorities said. 

Policies in UK 'aid Muslim extremism'   

BBC News 

 Community relations must be "at the heart of security policy"

British Muslims are being driven into the arms of violent extremists by official attempts to engage with them after the 7 July bombs, a study claims.

A new movement against radical Islam?Modeled after anti-Communist efforts, activists plot strategy  

WASHINGTON – Two conservative activists deeply involved in the anti-communism movement of the past are planning a broad strategy of re-creating those efforts in a new mass movement to fight radical Islam.


4 Dutch Muslims convicted of terror plan



AMSTERDAM, Netherlands - A court convicted four Dutch Muslims on Friday of plotting terrorist attacks and sentenced them to up to eight years in prison, a victory for prosecutors who had failed several times before to convict would-be terrorists before they acted.  

Morocco arrests Imam for recruiting suicide bombers for Iraq 

Jerusalem Post 

Morocco arrests imam for recruiting Iraq bombers Moroccan police have arrested a Muslim prayer leader who is suspected of recruiting young men to be suicide bombers in the insurgency in Iraq, a newspaper reported Wednesday.  

Leading member of Hizb ut Tahrir working in Home Office processing asylum applications - calls to ban group unheeded until now

 Abid Javaid is working at the Home Office


Leading member of Muslim extremist group working at the Home OfficeA leading member of an extremist Islamic group is working as a senior official at the Home Office, it has emerged.

UK terrorists who planned Oregon Jihad camp to be extradicted to U.S.- Barbar Ahmad and Haroon Aswat lose legal fight 

 Two UK men held on Afghanistan-related terror charges have lost their legal fight to avoid extradition to the US. Babar Ahmad, 32, from Tooting, south-west London is accused of running websites inciting murder, urging holy war and raising money for the Taleban.

Sharia law is spreading as authority wanes in UK 

 Daily Telegraph 

Islamic sharia law is gaining an increasing foothold in parts of Britain, a report claims. Sharia, derived from several sources including the Koran, is applied to varying degrees in predominantly Muslim countries but it has no binding status in Britain.   

Not too bad, Muslim Brothers reels under fresh state crackdown 


The two forces lined up facing each other inside Ain Shams university campus, the space between them shrinking until the moment of engagement.  

Multifaith room permanently booked for Muslim Student Asso. The Eye opener  As the largest student group on campus, the Muslim Students’ Association has made its presence known in student politics. Former MSA vice-president Muhammad Ali Jabbar is heading up the RSU, thanks to support from the MSA. The group has monopolized use of the multifaith room, putting the true meaning of the room’s name in jeopardy. 

Egyptian society divided over Islamic veil  

Mail Guardian 

The Islamic female veil has again become a bone of contention in this country after Egypt's long-time Culture Minister, Farouq Hosni, joined an international chorus decrying the practice, despite the growing number of Muslim women donning the attire.

Muslim prisoners pressurize inmates to become more militant in a UK prison.  



A "potentially explosive" dispute between Muslim factions inside Wandsworth prison has been revealed by an independent watchdog.

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