Manual outlines Muslim radicalization in prisons

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Security officials from several European countries have developed a manual to help prison authorities prevent their jailhouses from becoming incubators for Muslim extremists.

The manual, developed by France, Germany and Austria, includes signs that may indicate that a prisoner was becoming radicalized, including the presence of a growing beard. A prison group feared the manual could stigmatize Muslim inmates.

Islam convert gets 35 years in plot to attack mall


A 24-year-old convert to Islam has been sentenced to 35 years in prison for plotting to blow off hand grenades in a crowded shopping mall during the Christmas season.

Derrick Shareef must serve 30 of those years — with five off for good behavior — unless he can get an appeals court to reduce the sentence.

Radical Islamic clerics warn of further attacks after publisher is firebombed

Islamic extremists have warned of a wave of reprisals over a controversial book about the Prophet Mohammed after the home of its publisher was firebombed.

Hardline clerics said that further attacks would be "inevitable" if publication of the novel, The Jewel of Medina, goes ahead as planned next month.

Police moved in to arrest three men moments after a fire broke out at the London home and office of Martin Rynja in the early hours of Saturday.

UK: Muslims try to get alcohol banned at Luton Tesco

Petitions handed in as licence hearing looms

More than 150 people have signed petitions imploring Luton Borough Council to deny the new Tesco Express in Bury Park an alcohol licence.

North London terror arrests linked to publication of Muslim book


Four people have been arrested in London over an alleged terror attack which may be linked to the publishing of a controversial book.

Books in the window of the home and office of publisher Martin Rynja in London, who was targeted by alleged extremists

Books in the window of the home and office of publisher Martin Rynja in London, who was targeted by alleged extremists Photo: PA

The arrests are thought to be linked to a fire at a property in Islington, north London, which is used as the home and office of publisher Martin Rynja.

Canadian guilty in plot to behead prime minister

Associated Press 

BRAMPTON, Ontario - A Canadian man accused of participating in military exercises and firearms training as part of a group authorities say plotted to storm Parliament and behead the prime minister was found guilty Thursday.

Alleged terrorists wanted 'violent jihad'

DENIES CHARGES Habib AhmedManchester Evening News

A MANCHESTER taxi driver was a secret member of al-Qaida who had a terrorists' "contacts book" with phone numbers written in invisible ink, a court was told.

Habib Ahmed, 28, of Cheetham Hill, attended a terrorist training camp in Pakistan and was funded in his activities by his wife Mehreen Haji, it was claimed.

British Muslim was senior al-Qaeda leader, court told

A British Muslim was a senior al-Qaeda leader who kept a terrorist contact book containing telephone numbers and emails written in invisible ink, a court has heard.

Daily Telegraph

Habib Ahmed (left) and Raingzieb Ahmed

Habib Ahmed (left) and Raingzieb Ahmed Photo: PA

Rangzieb Ahmed, 33, from Manchester is accused of directing terrorism between April 2004 and Aug 2006.

Australian woman stranded in Saudi Arabia could be arrested for showing her face 

Sydney Herald 

An Australian woman trapped in Saudi Arabia because of the fallout from a divorce case is being given "all possible consular assistance", Australia's ambassador to Saudi Arabia says.

The Adelaide mother of four has complained the Australian government is not helping her and has told News Ltd that she has been threatened with arrest for exposing her face to a male neighbour in front of her children.

Jordan: father stabs daughter, crushes her head with rock for conversion from Islam

Jihad Watch 

Unknown to the English speaking world, another grisly apostate/honor killing recently took place in the Muslim world, namely, Jordan. On August 28, 2008, days before her 21st birthday, Rana Riad Muhammad Siwahra, wife and mother of two girls (aged 3 and 5) was murdered by her father. After stabbing her with a knife five-six times in the stomach and chest, he smashed her skull in with a large rock. Afterwards, he washed his hands and went to the market where he was later arrested.

UK's "youngest terrorist" jailed

Hammaad Munshi in a photo taken at the time of his arrest. (West Yorkshire Police/Handout/Reuters)LONDON (Reuters)

A schoolboy, said by prosecutors to be the youngest Briton to be convicted of a terrorism offence, was jailed for two years on Friday for his part in what prosecutors called a worldwide plot to target non-Muslims.

Hammaad Munshi, 18, was found guilty last month of being part of a cell that spread extremist propaganda and provided practical guides on how to make poisons and suicide vests.

Islamic extremists threaten to poison Denmark's water supply

Copenhagen Post 

An American terror watchdog group has warned Denmark about an extremist internet site that discusses poisoning the country's water supplies

An Islamic extremist group has discussed on its website how to poison Denmark's water supplies in retaliation for Jyllands-Posten newspaper's publication of the Mohammed drawings.


Bosnia: UN tribunal sentences former Muslim commander to three years


The Hague, 15 Sept. (AKI) – Former Bosnian Muslim Army commander Rasim Delic was sentenced on Monday by the UN's Hague-based Yugoslav war crimes tribunal to three years in jail for crimes against Serb prisoners.

Delic was held responsible for crimes committed by mujahadeen fighters from Islamic countries that fought under his command to help local Muslims in Bosnia’s bloody 1992-1995 civil war.

UK: Radical Muslims warn of another 9/11

Muslim extremists have held a meeting at the heart of the area where the liquid bombers lived in which they warned of a British September 11.


One speaker at the meeting, held on the anniversary of the attacks in America, told the assembled crowd that the West should "listen to the warnings."

'Have more babies and Muslims can take over the UK' hate fanatic says, as warning comes that 'next 9/11 will be in UK'
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islamic centre

Preachers: Ajum Choudhary (left) chairs the

meeting with banned Muslim cleric Omar

Backri's webcast on the wall behind

Daily Mail 

Muslim hate fanatics plan to take over Britain by having more babies and forcing a population explosion, it has been revealed.

The swollen Muslim population would be enough to conquer Britain from inside, they claim.

American teacher in Bahrain hauled to court for "insulting Islam"

Bahrain teacher 'insulted Islam'  

Gulf Daily News 

MANAMA: An American woman was referred to the court yesterday by the Public Prosecution after being charged with insulting the Prophet Mohammed.

Terror mastermind Abdulla Ahmed Ali guilty of bombing plot


 Ali, conspired to kill hundreds of people


A young married father was found guilty today of conspiring to kill hundreds of members of the public in a terrorist bombing campaign.

Abdulla Ahmed Ali planned to detonate homemade liquid bombs in attacks on British targets, including at Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 3.

Two other men were found guilty of conspiracy to murder. One of the defendants was found not guilty and the jury was unable to reach a verdict for four other men on trial.

Fresh violence in Mosul, two Christians kidnapped and killed
The kidnapping of two Christians has ended in tragedy, after the family of one paid a ransom of 20,000 dollars. The community of Mosul hopes that the Muslims will strongly condemn the murders.

Mosul (AsiaNews) - The Iraqi Christian community is again in the sights of Islamic fundamentalists in Mosul: today news came of the death of a 65-year-old doctor, Tariq Qattan, kidnapped recently by a terrorist group. AsiaNews sources say that his family had paid a ransom of 20,000 U.S. dollars.

'Passing messages': Abu Qatada with Yasser Al-Sirri 

 Abu Qatada with Yasser Al-Sirri pictured walking the street 

The preacher of hate and his pal the terrorist: Pictured

how Abu Qatada is free to walk the streets with car bomb extremist.

Daily Mail 

One of the world's most dangerous Islamic extremists is free to walk the streets with a convicted terrorist because of a Home Office blunder, it was claimed on Monday night.

Last Saturday, the Daily Mail pictured Abu Qatada  -  dubbed Osama Bin Laden's 'ambassador in Europe'  -  walking side by side with a friend who was talking on a mobile phone.


Saying it was too close to a mosque, Islamists destroy sanctuary in Kwara state.

ILORIN, Nigeria(Compass Direct News) – Muslim extremists on Sunday (Aug. 31) set ablaze a church building in the Baboko area of this city in central Nigeria’s Kwara state.

The Rev. Samuel Ogowole told Compass that the extremists barred members of his Christ Apostolic Church (CAC) from getting to the building on Sunday, and the Town Planning Development Authority had sealed off the premises following pressure from area Muslims.

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