Investigation of would-be truck driver widens

 Rhode Island News 

Antiterrorism officials have widened their investigation of Mohammed Yousuf Mullawala, a 28-year-old Indian national arrested last month after his behavior drew attention at a Smithfield tractor-trailer school. Authorities say Mullawala’s “problematic” cell-phone records and his apparent guise as an international student prompted the now-national probe.

Londoner named as Al-Qaeda ‘banker’ 

Times on Line 

Accounts frozen as suspect accused over terror pipeline  THE British and American governments have named a key Al-Qaeda suspect in Britain as one of the terror group’s alleged bankers.

Mohammed al-Ghabra, whose bank accounts have been frozen by the Bank of England, last week denied any involvement in terrorism. He admitted he had “radical views” and said he was an active supporter of Respect, the anti-war party led by George Galloway, the maverick former Labour MP.   

Muslim worshippers are being urged by radical clerics to ignore British law  

The Observer  

An undercover investigation has revealed disturbing evidence of Islamic extremism at a number of Britain's leading mosques and Muslim institutions, including an organisation praised by the Prime Minister. 

Court 'cursed' as cartoon protester is convicted of incitement 

Times on Line 

Extremists screamed insults at an Old Bailey judge yesterday as a British Muslim was convicted of inciting murder during protests against the publication of cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad. Umran Javed, 27, had shouted “Bomb, bomb USA” and “Jihad is the path to Allah” as he led a 300-strong crowd in chants during a demonstration in London last year.  

Texas Man Stages Pig Races to Protest Islamic Neighbor's Plans to Build Mosque

 Fox News 

When an Islamic group moved in next door and told Craig Baker the pigs on his family's 200-year-old Texas farm had to go, he and his swine decided to fight back. 


Video: Oinkers Are Off to the Races

Jihadist who lived on the dole in Australia arrested in Iraq 

Australian News  

Australian citizen has been arrested by coalition forces in Iraq on suspicion of conspiring to commit terrorist acts. 

Warya Kanie, 39, an Iraqi Kurd, came to Australia about three years ago with his young daughter as part of the humanitarian refugee program to join his three brothers, who were already living in Adelaide. 

Former "moderate" Cleveland imam deported 

Cleveland News 

Fawaz Damra, the longtime local imam convicted of lying about his links to terrorist groups, was deported to the West Bank Thursday morning, immigration officials said. 

American Passports Found on Bodies of Al Qaeda Fighters in Somalia 

 ABC News 

A senior official in the Somali government's new Ministry of the Interior told ABC News government forces had recovered "dozens of foreign passports," including several American passports, on the bodies of al Qaeda fighters killed in combat between forces affiliated with the Union of Islamic Courts (UIC) and Ethiopian forces in Somalia.  

UK Cartoons protester found guilty   

 BBC News 

Umran Javed claimed the chants were "just slogans" A British Muslim has been found guilty of soliciting murder during a London rally against cartoons satirising the Prophet Muhammad. Umran Javed 27, of Birmingham, was also convicted of stirring up racial hatred by a jury at the Old Bailey.  

Minneapolis airport officials propose stiffer penalties for Muslim cab drivers refusing service 


Officials at Minneapolis-St. Paul International airport are proposing stiffer penalties — including suspension of an airport taxi license — to Muslim cab drivers who refuse service to passengers toting alcohol or service dogs.  

Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport hesitant to grant Muslim prayer room

Somali immigrant leaders also ask directors for signs in native language, exceptions for cabbies 

Pioneer Press 

Somali immigrants passing through Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport want a private place to say Muslim prayers. The airport suggests they share a room with people of other religions. 


Another college drops cross emblem

Official: It sent 'wrong message,' created 'confusion' 

World News Daily 

University's crest, with its offending crosses  Another university is dropping a cross from its historic imagery, saying it creates confusion and sends the wrong message.  

The Spotswood High School students, USA, are living as Muslim  


The Spotswood High School students are researching the Muslim culture and finding out how much no one really knows about this culture that is sometimes is negatively stereotyped by the public.  

Islamist Courts call jihadis to Somalia 


Muslim radicals looking for a new front on which to wage jihad against the West were welcomed with open arms yesterday by hardline Somali Islamists now officially "at war" with Ethiopia, their predominantly Christian neighbour.     

Wishing “Merry Xmas” is HARAAM “Sin” for the Muslim


The Christian festival of "Christmas" refers to the day where Jesus alaihissalam is alleged to have been born on 25th December some 2000 years ago. Of course it is agreed upon by historians that the occassion of 25th December has no relation at all with the historical Jesus. Rather, it is an extension of the Roman festival of Yule where the winter solstice is celebrated in the pre-Christian era. Latter-day innovation imposed this day as the occasion where the Messiah Jesus, son of Mary, is alleged to have been born.

Qaeda’s western recruits ready to operate in home countries 

Daily Times Monitor 

LAHORE: For the past year, a secret has been slowly spreading among Taliban commanders in Afghanistan: a 12-man team of Westerners was being trained by Al Qaeda in Pakistan for a special mission. Most of the Afghan fighters could rely only on hearsay, but some told of seeing the “English brothers” (as the foreign recruits were nicknamed for their shared language) in person, Newsweek quotes an eyewitness, a former Guantánamo detainee with close Taliban and Qaeda ties, as saying on condition of anonymity.

BMI Airways staff banned from taking Bibles, St Christophers and teddy bears on trips to Saudi


Sunday Mirror 

AIRLINE bosses have sparked outrage by banning flight crew from wearing crucifixes or St Christopher medals on flights to Saudi Arabia - in case they offend the country's Muslims.  

Man convicted of Pc's Sharon Beshenivsky gun murder UK  

 BBC News       VIDEO LINK

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.

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