Local Pakistani Christians and the family of a Christian youth are facing potential death threats and the terrorization of “dire consequences” following the elopement and marriage of a Christian young man who has converted to Islam and his young Muslim bride.
A Christian lawyer and minority rights advocate has revealed that homes of local Christians were attacked, women were abused and household items vandalized by Muslim fanatics searching for the youth. [Read more...]
An evangelist is still recovering from burns after six young Muslim men beat him with clubs and belts and set him on fire last month in a village near this Punjab Province city.
Aamir Masih, a Christian elder of the same village, said that the young Muslim men mistakenly regarded verses in the pamphlet describing the resurrection of Jesus as derogatory to Muhammad, the prophet of Islam.
“This angered the Muslim men, and they ordered Augustine to leave the village at once and stop preaching the gospel in Village 96-NB immediately or face the consequences,” Masih said. [Read more...]
An Afghan man who helped mutilate his young daughter-in-law
after she tried to flee her marriage has been arrested for abetting the crime.
The father-in-law, named Suliman, is being held in an Afghanistan jail, according to Women for Afghan Women
, and has confessed to holding a gun to the young girl’s head while her nose and ears were cut off.
Ayesha, the young woman, is safely in the United States where she is undergoing a series of reconstructive surgeries
Police are still searching for her husband and her brother-in-law, who performed the mutilation.
Once known only as “Bibi,” Ayesha’s story has become an example of the brutality of the Taliban
and also the resilience of a young woman. [Read more...]
The plot described by the FBI was horrific: a 19-year-old Somali-born Muslim with a grudge against the West
, ready to kill and maim thousands at a busy Portland Christmas tree lighting ceremony.
But while the FBI describes Mohamed Osman Mohamud
as a would-be terrorist, there were few hints
of that hidden life to Mohamud’s friends, who knew him as “Mo,” a quiet, suburban teen who liked to drink gin and play video games.
The teen who allegedly thought he was going to kill thousands of people
the day after Thanksgiving in the name of Islamic radicalism
is the same one who, three days earlier, wrote and read a Kwanzaa poem about unity
with two Christian college students.
Court documents and Mohamud’s friends describe the slender Somali-American as juggling contradictory lives
– that of an immigrant struggling to fit in and a Muslim who had become radicalized and was bent on holy war. [Read more...]
The rehabilitation of terrorist sympathizer Cat Stevens
has now hit the mainstream.
What we’re seeing is something akin to the Cold War-era phenomenon of anti-anti-Communism. The anti-anti-Communist left, comprising large sections of the press, academy, and even federal bureaucracies, was simply incapable of understanding
that the defense of American civil liberties did not depend on the uncritical defense of the rights of Communists.
Call this latest manifestation of liberal illogic anti-anti-Islamism
. [Read up on Islamism
] [Read more...]
A federal judge blocked Oklahoma officials Monday from implementing a voter-approved referendum that singles out Islamic religious law, or Shariah
, as a threat to the state.
Chief Judge Vicki Miles-LaGrange, of U.S. District Court in Oklahoma City, set a Nov. 22 hearing to consider whether the Save Our State Amendment violates the U.S. Constitution. Until then, she issued a temporary restraining order preventing the state Election Board from certifying State Question 755, which passed by 70% on Nov. 2. [Read more...]
The wife of a German convert to Islam
who was convicted of plotting a thwarted attack on U.S. targets in Germany went on trial herself Friday on charges of supporting terrorist organizations.
Filiz Gelowicz, 28, is accused of supporting the Islamic Jihad Union and the German Taliban Mujahideen by helping provide euro3,000 ($4,225) to fund terrorist training camps in the Afghanistan-Pakistan border region between 2009 and 2010. She faces up to five years in prison. [Read more...]