BBC News

 

 Extremist was hospital chaplain

 A radical Muslim cleric banned from his local mosque was allowed to work as a hospital chaplain, according to a BBC London investigation.

Usman Ali has been banned from his local mosque in Woolwich, London, after trustees won a court injunction.

 Muslim dentist 'told patient to wear a headscarf or go elsewhere'

 dailymail

By STEVE DOUGHTY and JAYA NARAIN

A muslim dentist made a woman wear Islamic dress as the price of accepting her as an NHS patient, it is alleged.

Omer Butt is said to have told the patient that unless she wore a headscarf she would have to find another practice.

 "There may be up to 200" 'radicalised' young Muslims in Scotland

 jihadwatch.org  

Two hundred is troubling enough, but one also can't help but recall how the estimate of 1600 "extremists" in the entire United Kingdom quickly went to 2000 and beyond.

Tiny Minority of Extremists Alert. "Muslim leaders: not enough work being done in extremism fight," from The Herald:

Scotland's first high-profile terrorism trial has made uncomfortable viewing for members of the Muslim community.

Muslim Brotherhood's papers detail plan to seize U.S.

Group's takeover plot emerges in Holy Land case

By JASON TRAHAN / The Dallas Morning News 

Amid the mountain of evidence released in the Holy Land Foundation terrorism financing trial, the most provocative has turned out to be a handful of previously classified evidence detailing Islamist extremists' ambitious plans for a U.S. takeover.

Scottish student convicted on terror charges

Guardian Unlimited

A 21-year-old student was convicted today of possessing CDs and computer material linked to Islamist terrorism, along with threatening to become a suicide bomber and other offences.

Converts To Islam Move Up In Cells

Arrests in Europe Illuminate Shift

 

Washington Post Foreign Service

 

BERLIN -- Religious converts are playing an increasingly influential role in Islamic militant networks, having transformed themselves in recent years from curiosities to key players in terrorist cells in Europe, according to counterterrorism officials and analysts.

'We Came To You With Slaughter'

Quebec Terror Suspect; Berated Muslims online for not fighting jihad

Stewart Bell And Graeme Hamilton, National Post

MONTREAL - On the Internet, he was known as Ashraf. It means noble in Arabic.

But the hundreds of incendiary messages he posted to pro-al-Qaeda Web sites were anything but.From his computer in Quebec, Ashraf disseminated articles that berated Muslims for not fighting jihad; called for war until "religion will be for Allah alone"; and bluntly advised the West that, "We came to you with slaughter."

Pro-Sharia Islamic party forms in Finland 

 

Catholic World News 

Europe's first Islamic political party has formed in Finland.

The Finnish Islamic Party plans to collect 5,000 signatures in order to qualify for official registration by the end of the year. Counting on support from the 55,000 Muslims living in Finland, the party anticipates some success in next year's municipal elections as well as in the 2011 parliamentary elections.

collect 5,000 signatures in order to qualify for official registration by the end of the year. Counting on support from the 55,000 Muslims living in Finland, the party anticipates some success in next year's municipal elections as well as in the 2011 parliamentary elections.

al masri alyom 

Islamic Sharia Scholars Call for Applying Apostasy Punishment and Enacting a Law Criminalizing Inter-Faith Marriage

By  Ahmed al-Beheri  

Some participants in the symposium on 'Apostasy Punishment: Problems and Answers', called for the need to enact a law banning and criminalizing inter-faith marriage to overcome the problems that could occur between Muslims and Copts as a result of this marriage.

U.S.: Saudis Still Filling Al Qaeda's Coffers

 ABC News Brian Ross Reports:

Despite six years of promises, U.S. officials say Saudi Arabia continues to look the other way at wealthy individuals identified as sending millions of dollars to al Qaeda.

Muslim group behind ‘mega-mosque’ seeks to convert all Britain

A Muslim group that wants to open a giant £100 million mosque in London has set its sights on “winning the whole of Britain to Islam”. Tablighi Jamaat aims to build an Islamic complex near to the site of the 2012 Olympic stadium, with a mosque for 12,000 people, by far the largest religious building in Britain.

Germany says terror plot may be wider, up to 50 people could be involved 

Associated Press 

BERLIN - Three Islamic terror suspects arrested on suspicion of planning massive bombings in Germany may have been part of a larger network involving up to 50 people, an official said Saturday.

Two women beheaded by militants in Pakistan

Khaleej Times

PESHAWAR, Pakistan - Suspected Islamic militants beheaded two women accused of prostitution in northwestern Pakistan, police said Friday, in the latest case of Taleban-style justice in the region.

Hardline takeover of British mosques

Almost half of Britain’s mosques are under the control of a hardline Islamic sect whose leading preacher loathes Western values and has called on Muslims to “shed blood” for Allah, an investigation by The Times has found.

Germany considers increased spying on Muslims

BERLIN — After thwarting what might have become a "massive" attack on American installations, German authorities will review ways to fight homegrown terrorists, including a proposal to allow Internet spying on all German converts to Islam.

USF Muslim students' box of bullets adds intrigue

 Bullets were in the car of arrested USF pair.

St. Petersburg Times 

TAMPA -- Bullets were among the items investigators found in the car of two University of South Florida students.

Radical books in London libraries

 BBC News 

Public libraries serving the densest population of Muslims in London have been inundated with extremist literature, according to a report.

Multiple copies of books were found in Tower Hamlets that would feature on any jihadist reading list, the report obtained by the BBC said.

Books by radical cleric Abu Hamza were found in London libraries

'New Al Qaeda plot to blow up planes on September 11' smashed

 Daily Mail 

Police have smashed a suspected al Qaeda terror cell nursing a "profound hatred of US citizens" plotting to bomb civilian and military jets.

The force of the planned explosions would have been worse than the train bombings in Madrid and the Tube and bus attacks in London on 7 July, 2005, according to German security sources. Those attacks killed 191 and 52 people respectively.

5 sentenced for Christian doctrine preaching and public order offences

 Al-Khaber 

 

Five people were sentenced earlier in June for charges related preaching Christian doctrine and public order offences by virtue of the law on the religious practice in Algeria approved by the government in 2006. The sentences vary between one year sentence with no remission and one year suspended sentence with a 5000 AD fine.

Three held in German terror raids

 BBC News 

Three men have been arrested in Germany on suspicion of planning terrorist attacks, officials have said.

Federal prosecutors said the three were suspected members of "an Islamist terrorist organisation", but gave no further details.


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