Thursday, June 21, 2012

Saudi man executed for 'witchcraft and sorcery'

The modernity in which Islam operates goes without question.
That Muslims understand that sorcery is a real and DANGEROUS phenomenon, practiced by the ENEMIES of Islam is a clear indication of the superiority of the Relgion of Peace and it's world view over the kuffars so called 'science.'.

Thus, please feast your eyes and this most Islamic of tales, coming as it does from the birth place of Islam.

Understand that the GLORY of Islam is not only in the martyrdom missions of it's Jihadists, but also in regular Muslims desire to behead those that dabble in black magic.

Praise Islam.

A Saudi man has been beheaded on charges of sorcery and witchcraft, the state news agency SPA says.
The man, Muree bin Ali bin Issa al-Asiri, was found in possession of books and talismans, SPA said. He had also admitted adultery with two women, it said.
The execution took place in the southern Najran province, SPA reported.

Islamic cleric, 17 others arraigned in court for engaging in slavery

Slavery and more importantly, the ALLAH bequeathed gift of Islamic slavery is one of the bedrocks upon which Islam is built.

Muslims may take slaves of the kuffar, of other Muslims of children and of women.
Sexual slavery was not only practiced by the Apostle but is approved for all time by the creator of the universe, Allah the Magnificent.

Therefore, it brings me no pleasure to see, yet again the creeping morality of the kuffar and their dislike of this most cherished of Muslim values.

Please witness the OPPRESSION, that once again poor Muslims are subjected to.

AN Islamic Cleric,Mojeed Oyelami, 36,and three of his suspected accomplices; Ganiyu Lateef, 22; Moshood Nurudeen, 24; and Alfa Hassan Yusuf, 21, were last Wednesday arraigned before a Chief Magistrate in Ibadan on a three-count charge of conspiring, unlawful imprisonment and deprivation of liberty of 18 children and seven adults without their consent.

Friday, June 15, 2012

Egyptian woman in Salafi MP ‘indecency’ case to undergo virginity test

Understanding the ETERNAL WILL of Allah the Magnificent is a job that Muslims relish.
That a woman could ever have control over her own actions and especially her own body and sexuality SPITS in the face of the Religion of Peace.

Therefore I am glad to provide this story, that outlines the modernity and clarity of thought that Islam provides believers.

Praise Allah.

Ali Wanis, an Egyptian cleric and MP for the ultra-conservative Salafi party al-Nour, has denied being caught performing an "indecent act" with a woman. (Photo courtesy Naharnet)
An Egyptian prosecutor has ordered a virginity test on a woman who was allegedly involved in an “indecent act” with an Islamist parliamentarian, local media reported on Wednesday, in a decision that has reminded many of the widely-controversial case against the practice earlier this year.

The 19-year-old university student, identified as Nesrine, was summoned for questioning after she was reportedly caught performing an indecent act with MP Ali Wanis on Thursday night in a private car on a Cairo-Alexandria highway.
Wanis, who is a member of the ultraconservative Salafi Nour Party, has denied news reports of an “indecent act” and alleged that Nesrine was his fiancé and that she was sick and he was helping her wash her face.

“Indecent act” is the term given by Egyptian police to any act involving sexual activities.

The Salafi MP has until now escaped questioning due to the parliamentary immunity he is entitled to.

Nesrine, however, has been detained for four days under orders by the prosecutor, Egypt-based online news site Bikya Masr reported, and is pending a “test to determine if she is a virgin or not.”

The prosecutor will also carry out a “background search” on the19-year-old to determine if she has a criminal record, the website reported.

In December, an Egyptian court ordered a halt to virginity tests on female detainees in military prisons.

Earlier this year, Egypt was embroiled in a scandalous dispute over virginity tests when prominent female activists spoke out for the many women who had undergone the “test” after they had been detained during protests last year.

The controversy reached its peak when a military court in March acquitted a doctor who had been accused of forcing female protesters to undergo virginity tests, despite mass demonstrations against the practice, which Amnesty International decried as a “degrading form of abuse.”

“The Egyptian authorities must condemn these discriminatory, abusive and insulting attitudes which have been used to justify torture of women protesters, and which are clearly present at the highest levels,” Amnesty said in a statement in December.

Last week, Egyptian parliament had said it would lift Wanis’ immunity for investigations surrounding this particular case, but the move is yet to be announced. 

Art exhibition with 'Allah' spelled in ants prompts riots

Demonstrators clash with police earlier this week near Tunis. (Agence France Presse /June 12, 2012)

A recent art exhibition in Tunisia that some claim was insulting to Muslims has provoked new riots in the streets of the capital city of Tunis this week.
The provocative exhibition was the annual Le Printemps des Arts, the Northern African country's largest visual arts show, which took place in the Tunis suburb of La Marsa. The exhibition featured a work that spelled out the word "Allah" with a string of ants, as well as other pieces that depicted the city of Mecca, according to reports from the BBC News and Reuters.
Radio France International has reported that some of the controversial works were vandalized and that some of the artists were assaulted by rioters. More than 160 people have been arrested and about 100 have been injured, according to RFI.
Tuesday's riots in Tunis were reportedly led by ultra-conservative Salafi Islamists who threw rocks and gasoline bombs at police stations and government buildings. Thousands of protesters took to the streets on Tuesday, prompting officials to issue a curfew in provinces throughout the country.
Tunisia was the epicenter of the recent Arab Spring protests, a wave of political demonstrations in the Arab world that saw the fall of the country's president Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, as well as the ousting of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and the death of Libyan leader Muammar Kadafi.

BLASPHEMER JAILED in "moderate" Indonesia.

Thank Allah.
As we all know, independent thinking is NOT ALLOWED in Islam.
Using the facilities that Allah gave you (in an un-Islamic way) is a CRIME.
Thus, and thankfully.....
A Blasphemer, who wrote that "God does not exist on this Facebook page has been jailed for two years.

Indonesian man jailed for two-and-a-half years for writing ‘God doesn’t exist’ on his Facebook page

An Indonesian man was jailed for 30 months after writing "God doesn't exist" on his Facebook page.
Alexander Aan, 30, was imprisoned on Thursday for sharing explicit material about the Prophet Mohammed online.
He started an atheist group on Facebook on which he shared comic strips of the prophet having sex with his servant, a court in western Sumatra heard today.
Alexander Aan, 30, waits in the jail holding area during his verdict at the Muaro Sijunjung district court in West Sumatra today
Alexander Aan, 30, waits in the jail holding area during his verdict at the Muaro Sijunjung district court in West Sumatra today