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Jail for the in-laws who turned a blind eye to arranged bride's murder

The relatives of a teenage bride who turned a blind eye as she was beaten to death by her husband face up to 14 years in jail.

Three women and one man were convicted under new domesetic violence laws for failing to step in and help Sabia Rani.

She was attacked over a three-week period, suffering "catastrophic" injuries usually only seen in car crash victims.

Islamic preacher 'recruited terrorists for Iraq'


Trevor Brook
Trevor Brooks claims his arrest was 'politically motivated'

Daily Telegraph

By Duncan Gardham

A radical preacher who heckled the Home Secretary tried to recruit Muslims to fight British soldiers in Iraq and raise money for terrorists, a court has been told.

christian post 

Egypt Rules Christian Convert Must Remain Legally Muslim 

An Egyptian judge ruled this week in an unprecedented case that a Muslim who converted to Christianity cannot legally change his religious status, although he may believe what he wants in his heart.


EU: 50% of anti-semitic incidents connected to radical Islam

Islam in Europe Blog 

Some 50 percent of anti-Semitic incidents on the European continent are connected to radical Islamic elements, according to a senior European Commission official.


Bishop of Rochester, Dr Michael Nazir-Ali, faces death threats

Library filer dated 1995 of the Rt Rev Michael Nazir-Ali, 52, the Bishop of Rochester

The Bishop of Rochester, Dr Michael Nazir-Ali, is under police protection after he and his family received death threats over his claim that parts of Britain had become “no-go areas” for non-Muslims.


By Julia White for

Story ImageAN Islamist fanatic hatched a terrorist plot to kidnap a Muslim British soldier enjoying a night out and behead him “like a pig”.

Parviz Khan, from Birmingham, then intended to release footage of the killing on the internet, a jury at Leicester Crown Court was told.

New York Post




A Wall Street stockbroker fears for her life after she rebuffed a Brooklyn imam she met on a Muslim dating Web site.

In an explosive $50 million lawsuit that blows the lid off the wacky world of Muslim dating in New York, Cherine Allaithy alleges the religious leader promised he would make her one of four future wives and boasted of a cousin in al Qaeda. When she dumped him, he trashed her reputation in the Arab press.

Extremists plotted attacks across Europe, Spanish paper says

By CNN Bureau Chief Al Goodman 

MADRID, Spain (CNN) -- Suspected Islamic extremists arrested last week in Barcelona were planning al Qaeda-style attacks in Spain, Germany, France, Britain and Portugal, according to an informant who "infiltrated" the group, Spain's El Pais newspaper reports.

Detainees Plotted Bombing in Spain, Judge Says


MADRID — Ten men arrested in Barcelona on Saturday on suspicion of planning a suicide attack on the city’s public transportation system had intended to carry out the bombing last weekend, a Spanish judge said Wednesday in court documents ordering the men to remain in jail.

Al-Qaeda threatens attack on Brown

AU NEWS From correspondents in Dubai

AL-Qaeda in Britain has threatened suicide attacks on Prime Minister Gordon Brown and predecessor Tony Blair unless London withdraws its troops from Iraq and Afghanistan,

The message was posted in English to an al-Qaeda-affiliated online forum by "Umar Rabie al-Khalaila", US-based monitoring service the SITE Intelligence Group said.

'Islamic cell was planning suicide attack in Barcelona'

MADRID: An Islamic militant cell broken up over the weekend in Barcelona was planning a suicide attack targeting the city's public transport network, a Spanish judge said on Wednesday as he ordered 10 suspects jailed pending further investigation and freed two others.

Iraq deputy prime minister's 'Blackburn mosque jibe'
FLASHBACK: Dr Barham Salih, third left, visited Blackburn as a guest of Jack Straw MP in 2005
FLASHBACK: Dr Barham Salih, third left, visited Blackburn as a guest of Jack Straw MP in 2005

Blackburn Citizin 

THE Deputy Prime Minister of Iraq has claimed mosques in Blackburn are more extreme than in his home country, according to an MP.

Canadian Al-Qaeda member gets life sentence in embassy bomb plots


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Mohammed Mansour Jabarah, second from right (courtroom drawing)


NEW YORK - A high-level Al-Qaeda associate was sentenced by a New York court Friday to life in prison for plotting to bomb US embassies in Manila and Singapore, in a case shrouded in secrecy since his arrest in 2002.

Spanish police arrest 14 in anti-terror raids


MADRID - Spanish police have smashed a suspected Islamist terror cell, arresting 14 people and recovering bomb-making equipment in overnight raids in Barcelona, the interior minister said on Saturday.

British Muslim computer geek, son of diplomat, revealed as al Qaeda's top cyber terrorist

Daily Mail 

A computer nerd from Shepherd's Bush, West London, became al Qaeda's top internet agent, it can be revealed today.


Younes Tsouli, 23, an IT student at a London college, used his top-floor flat in W12 to help Islamist extremists wage a propaganda war against the West.

Islamic Charity Charged with Terrorist Financing; Former U.S. Congressman Indicted for Money Laundering

Department of Justice  

KANSAS CITY -- A federal grand jury in the Western District of Missouri has returned a superseding indictment that charges the Islamic American Relief Agency (IARA) and several of its former officers with eight new counts of engaging in prohibited financial transactions for the benefit of U.S.-designated terrorist Gulbuddin Hekmatyar.

Times Online

Muslim Britain is becoming one big no-go area

A bishop caused uproar last week by exposing ghettos of Islamist extremism. But Muslims everywhere are cutting themselves off from society in other, equally dangerous ways

Shiraz Maher

Perhaps it had to be someone like Michael Nazir-Ali, the first Asian bishop in the Church of England, who would break with convention and finally point out the elephant in the room.

Fears of terror attack in Germany


Lebanese authorities have warned of terrorist attacks being planned on targets within Germany, prompting the Justice Ministry in Berlin to increase its security measures, authorities said Saturday.

3 Men Convicted In Muslim Charity Probe

Prosecutors: Care International Was Pro-Jihad

BOSTON -- Three former leaders of an Islamic charity were convicted Friday of duping the U.S. government into getting tax-exempt status by hiding the group's pro-jihad activities.

Terror plot to blow up Eiffel Tower uncovered

 Daily Mail 

A plot by Islamic terrorists to blow up the Eiffel Tower has been uncovered.

A scrambled short-wave radio conversation exposing the planned attack on the world's most visited monument was picked up by Portuguese air traffic controllers and passed on to French spy chiefs.

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