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https://www.timesofisrael.com/lebanon-d ... ing-plots/

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Lebanon detains Palestinian suspected of mass poisoning plots

Man said to admit to link with Islamic State, which instructed him to taint Lebanese army water and a foreign country’s food

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27 September 2018, 6:05 pm 0

BEIRUT, Lebanon — Lebanon’s security forces said Thursday they had detained a descendant of Palestinian refugees allegedly linked to the Islamic State terror group over two poisoning plots, one of Lebanese army water and another of food in a foreign country.

The man, born in 1991, admitted to links with an IS member in Syria “who tasked him with making explosives and concocting poison,” the General Security force said in a statement.


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The poor oppressed Palestinians...

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Muslim mother has her son beaten nearly to death, burned with cigarettes, for converting to Christianity

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New premier wants Malaysia's brand of Islam to reflect mercy, justice and compassion, a stance his conservative opponents have seized on as too soft and lenient
By Nile Bowie Singapore, September 26, 2018 4:08 PM (UTC+8)

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad (3rd-R) joins in evening prayers in a file photo. Photo: AFP/John Zich

Months after the Pakatan Harapan coalition swept into power on a reform agenda promising to build a “New Malaysia”, recent controversies on race, religion and sexual minorities have harked to the old, stirring unease among supporters of the new government.

Two Muslim women who pled guilty to having a sexual relationship were convicted under Islamic laws earlier this month and given six strokes from a rattan cane in a public whipping witnessed by dozens of people at a Sharia law court in Terengganu, a rural northeast state governed by Parti Islam SeMalaysia (PAS), an Islamist opposition party.

The sentence, believed to be among the country’s first-ever punishments for female homosexuality, caused an uproar in the Muslim majority country, where both progressive and conservative interpretations of the faith contend. International and local human rights groups, meanwhile, said the judicial caning was tantamount to torture.

Debate over the role of religious courts erupted earlier in June when news surfaced that a 41-year-old Malaysian rubber tapper from the northern state of Kelantan, which is similarly under PAS rule, had married an 11-year-old Thai Muslim girl. Underage unions between Muslims are legal in Malaysia, though permission from a Sharia court is required.

Though Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad’s new government opposes underage marriage, the case has put federal authorities in a legal bind: they lack the jurisdiction to intervene in or overturn decisions made by Kelantan’s Sharia court, which last week approved another child marriage case involving a 15-year-old child bride and a man almost 30 years her senior.

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A protestor against child marriage in Malaysia, August 2018. Photo: Facebook

Liberal critics have taken Mahathir’s government to task for doing too little to protect minors and turning a blind eye to instances of rising discrimination and harassment targeting individuals associated with the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community.

His administration has simultaneously been targeted by divisive attacks from the conservative far-right. PAS and the United Malays National Organization (UMNO), the once-dominant lynchpin of the previous ruling coalition, allege the nonagenarian premier is pursuing an anti-Islamic agenda steered by his non-Malay, non-Muslim coalition partners.

Both parties are attempting to push Harapan rightward by claiming its comparatively moderate stance is indicative of a “soft approach” to perceived threats to Islam. Political cooperation between PAS and UMNO, both of whom posture as defenders of Malay rights, has continued to deepen since the former ruling party’s relegation to the opposition.

Since taking office, Mahathir has articulated a desire to review federal agencies charged with handling Islamic-related matters, a development that could bring the state-sanctioned interpretation of Islam closer into line with the premier’s personal stance that the religion should be reflective of mercy, justice and compassion.

“We need to show that Islam is not a cruel religion that likes to impose harsh sentences to humiliate others,” said Mahathir in a video statement addressing the recent caning of two Muslim women posted across his social media channels. The premier said the Sharia court’s verdict was counter to “the ideals of justice and compassion of Islam.”

That stance was echoed by Harapan’s religious affairs minister, Mujahid Yusof Rawa, who called on Sharia courts to be “more prudent” and considerate of “mitigating factors” when sentencing offenders, “so that the image of Islam can be preserved.” His remarks, he maintained, should not be interpreted as defying the decisions of the Sharia court.

“The caning sentence had a deep impact not just on the guilty parties but also on their families, society, and the perception of how sharia law is implemented in this country,” said the minister, who reiterated Mahathir’s earlier statements that a lighter sentence could have been imposed given that both women plead guilty and were first-time offenders.

Sharia courts in Malaysia operate within the jurisdiction of their respective states and govern the conduct of Muslims in the domain of personal and family law. Their decisions cannot be appealed or reversed by any action in civil courts, which operate separately under Malaysian law. Non-Muslim ethnic Chinese and Indian minorities are bound by civil law.

Malaysia’s constitution grants freedom of religion while establishing Islam as the “religion of the Federation.” Malays, the largest ethnic group in Malaysia, are automatically registered as Muslims and are answerable to Sharia courts, which usually deny them the right to leave Islam or convert to another faith. Apostasy or conversion is punishable in most states.
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Revelation TV
Published on Feb 9, 2017
http://www.revelationtv.com In an interview like no other filmed exclusively for Revelation TV, Gordon Pettie interviews Nissar Hussain, a convert to Christianity from Bradford, UK. Nissar discusses what life for him and his family has been like, living in the face of fierce opposition from those who are against their conversion; what it means to pick up your cross and follow Christ, and how, despite all that his family has been through, they have managed to find forgiveness for those who have tried for over 15 years to completely destroy their lives.


Multicultural

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Hum, caning ...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caning

Not clear how severe six strokes would be. Might depend on the stiffness and weight of the cane. Also, interestingly, the wiki article acts like the practice descended from the brits in asia, though it might be relatively new in Indonesia.

Article says some canings leave bruises for a few days ... though the worst, with heavy canes and many strokes, leave scars for years.

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Not sure the Christians like homos any more than the mooslims do ... deut. 22 ...

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... 5 A woman must not wear men’s clothing, nor a man wear women’s clothing, for the Lord your God detests anyone who does this. ...


Though no punishment is specified. But other sexual offenses seem to be punishable by death, stoning for the christians. But if we take the absence of a stated punishment to be meaningful, then perhaps in the case of homos, the punishment is left to ghod.

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The Cure for Radical Islam Is Nationalism

An armed and masked terrorist brandishes a machine gunOneinchpunch / ShutterstockRadical Islamists can't be defeated by military operations alone. (Oneinchpunch / Shutterstock)
By Lawrence Sellin
October 11, 2018 at 3:40pm
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For too long, many presumed experts have attempted to solve the problem of radical Islam by dissecting religious texts or recommending the support of so-called “moderate” Islamic factions.

It is a fool’s errand.

The problem with radical Islam, like other forms of political extremism, is that it is hegemonistic and totalitarian. In a world where democratic institutions remain fragile, national security options are often imperfect and contesting monolithic threats short of war may be best executed by navigating or leveraging inherent geopolitical strata and fractures.

The single, most relevant impediment to radical Islam is ethnic and cultural nationalism.

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Lawrence Sellin, Ph.D. is a retired U.S. Army Reserve colonel, an IT command and control subject matter expert, trained in Arabic and Kurdish, and a veteran of Afghanistan, northern Iraq and a humanitarian mission to West Africa. He can be reaached at lawrence.sellin@gmail.com.

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https://abc7ny.com/police-livery-driver ... e/4483796/

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Police: Livery driver beat man walking to synagogue in Brooklyn

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By Lucy Yang

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BOROUGH PARK, Brooklyn (WABC) -- Police say a livery driver beat a 62-year-old man as he walked to synagogue on Sunday morning in Brooklyn.

Physically and emotionally scarred, Lipa Schwartz described the frightening moment he was attacked in broad daylight in the middle of the street in Borough Park.

"All of a sudden, 'boom,'" he said. "I tried to protect myself, run away. I fell. He come again on me."

Schwartz was on his way to service, which he attends every day, when he said the driver jumped out of his cab and started attacking him. The savage beating happened on 13th Avenue by 46th Street. The victim's holy items were scattered on the ground.

Another member of the Hasidic community tried to help, and the attacker then chased after him.

An arrest was made quickly on the scene. Eyewitness News is told 37-year-old Farrukh Afzal, from Staten Island, drove for a car service in Brooklyn and has been arrested numerous times.

"I went to him when he was handcuffed, 'what did I do to you that you tried to murder me? Tell me,'" Schwartz said. "He didn't answer back."

Schwartz says he has no idea why the man attacked him, but he said he thinks it was because he is Jewish. Initially, detectives said hate crime charges could be filed, but further investigation led them to believe the attack stemmed from a road rage incident.

Investigators said Afzal was upset because the victim was blocking his car, and that there is no indication that victim's identity was a factor.

Afzal was arraigned on charges of attempted assault in the second degree, assault in the third degree, menacing and harassment. There is no hate crime component in these charges.

The car service where he worked has informed Eyewitness News that Afzal has been fired.

The TLC released a statement saying, "The driver is not licensed by the TLC, and has been summoned by the TLC in the past for unlicensed operation of an unlicensed vehicle and being an unlicensed operator."




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The TLC released a statement saying, "The driver is not licensed by the TLC, and has been summoned by the TLC in the past for unlicensed operation of an unlicensed vehicle and being an unlicensed operator."


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It that is the case then why didn't they fire him before this?

Concerns for the safety of their customers do not appear to be a high priority for this company.

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Sounds like the Saudi's are throwing EVERYBODY under the bus ...

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... IYADH — The Saudi government acknowledged early Saturday that journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed while visiting the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, saying he died during a fist fight.

The annoucement, which came in a tweet from the Saudi foreign ministry, said that an initial investigation by the government’s general prosecutor found that Khashoggi been in discussions with people inside the consulate when a quarrel broke out, escalating to a fatal fist fight.

The Saudi government said it had fired five top officials and arrested 18 other Saudis as a result of the initial investigation. Those fired included Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s adviser Saud al-Qahtani and deputy intelligence chief Maj. Gen. Ahmed al-Assiri ...


The "fatal fist fight" between 18 guys on one side and one on the other?

And wasn't it 18 guys that got flown in?

So the head of Saudi Intelligence flew in 18 guys to have a fist fight with one guy and his boss didn't know about it !!??

ho ho ho ..
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Sounds like the Saudi's are throwing EVERYBODY under the bus ...

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... IYADH — The Saudi government acknowledged early Saturday that journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed while visiting the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, saying he died during a fist fight.

The annoucement, which came in a tweet from the Saudi foreign ministry, said that an initial investigation by the government’s general prosecutor found that Khashoggi been in discussions with people inside the consulate when a quarrel broke out, escalating to a fatal fist fight.

The Saudi government said it had fired five top officials and arrested 18 other Saudis as a result of the initial investigation. Those fired included Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s adviser Saud al-Qahtani and deputy intelligence chief Maj. Gen. Ahmed al-Assiri ...


The "fatal fist fight" between 18 guys on one side and one on the other?

And wasn't it 18 guys that got flown in?

So the head of Saudi Intelligence flew in 18 guys to have a fist fight with one guy and his boss didn't know about it !!??

ho ho ho ..
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They aren't really known for their "organizational talent." The whole story sounds just about right actually! :lol:

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