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2006: Muslims marched  throughout   the    streets  of   London  during   their
Religion of Peace Demonstration.
   Many of these photos have not been seen in US media.


"It's" -- it ain't possessive...     Link: Apostrophe Hell :)

is a new word;  English speakers haven't
heard this word in 300 years -- until recently.

Piers Morgan interviews Lauren Drain who
escaped from the Westboro Baptist church,
but who still believes in the existence of gods.
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BrusselsJournal 1
  BrusselsJournal 2


Read: "We are good Moslems! Murdering all those people was a bad
thing, even if the were Jews. That's why we're denying that it happened."

Richard Dawkins

Pat Condell



Fatwa  Source:  cartoonistgroup.com

Iraqi athletes killed for wearing shorts
By K I M  G A M E L, Associated Press Writer                              http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060

BAGHDAD, Iraq - An Iraqi tennis coach and two of his players were shot to death this week
in Baghdad because they were wearing shorts, authorities said Saturday, reporting the latest in
a series of recent attacks attributed to Islamic extremists.

The existence of her child was all the evidence
the judge needed.

"We uphold our conviction of death by stoning
as prescribed by the Sharia"
 (Iislamic law)

An Islamic appeal court has upheld a sentence of death by stoning for adultery against a Nigerian woman.

Amina Lawal, 30, was found guilty by a court in Katsina state,
Nigeria, in March after bearing a child outside marriage.

(BBC Aug. 19. 2002) 

  (To see the BOOKS --  please allow COOKIES)

At the age of 5, Malika Oufkir, eldest daughter of General
Oufkir, was adopted by King Muhammad V of Morocco and
sent to live in the palace as part of the royal court. There
she led a life of unimaginable privilege and luxury alongside
the king's own daughter. King Hassan II ascended the throne
following Muhammad V's death, and in 1972 General Oufkir
was found guilty of treason after staging a coup against the
new regime, and was summarily executed. Immediately
afterward, Malika, her mother, and her five siblings were
arrested and imprisoned, despite having no prior knowledge of the coup attempt. 

They were first held in an abandoned fort, where they ate moderately well and were allowed to
keep some of their fine clothing and books. Conditions steadily deteriorated, and the family was
eventually transferred to a remote desert prison, where they suffered a decade of solitary
confinement, torture, starvation, and the complete absence of sunlight. Oufkir's horrifying
descriptions of the conditions are mesmerizing, particularly when contrasted with her earlier
life in the royal court, and many graphic images will long haunt readers. Finally, teetering on
the edge of madness and aware that they had been left to die, Oufkir and her siblings
managed to tunnel out using their bare hands and teaspoons, only to be caught days later.
Her account of their final flight to freedom makes for breathtaking reading. Stolen Lives
is a remarkable book of unfathomable deprivation and the power of the human will to survive.


Dritan Duka, 30, and his brother, Shain Duka, 28, were sentenced to life in prison plus 30 years and Eljvir Duka, 25, was sentenced to life in prison.


Islam invented the fountain pen and the Internet and many other important products such as hemp.

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