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Extremist Slovakian Prime Minister: ‘Islam Has No Place In Slovakia’

In his first interview since being re-elected prime minister of Slovakia, Robert Fico claimed that Islam “has no place in” in the country.

With his usual bigotry; “It may look strange but sorry,” he said in a Thursday wire statement. “Islam has no place in Slovakia.”

The Islamic Foundation in Slovakia argued Fico’s comments “not only harm Slovak Muslims but also the country’s interests as a sovereign country which is building its position on the international scene.”

“We ask with what have we deserved to become the target of hatred not just on the internet and in public space, but also from those who should protect us based on their essential role and function,” they told the Spectator.

 
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Posted by on May 27, 2016 in News

 

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Central African Republic: Muslims are forced to convert

DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — Muslims in the western part of Central African Republic are being forced to hide their religion or convert to Christianity under threat of death, Amnesty International said Friday.

 Central African Republic has been rocked by violence since 2013.

A Christian militia known as the anti-Balaka, who have targeted Muslims and sent tens of thousands fleeing to neighboring countries.

Muslims told Amnesty International they’ve been forced to convert or hide practices.

“We had no choice but to join the Catholic Church. The anti-balaka swore they’d kill us if we didn’t,” said a 23-year-old man in the Sangha-Mbaere prefecture, whose name was not given to protect his security.

A Muslim trader said it was effectively illegal to pray.

“We have to hide, do it quickly, and do it by ourselves,” he said.

Amnesty International said the bans are happening outside areas under the protection of United Nations peacekeepers and renewed efforts must be made to protect Muslims under threat and bring back those who have fled.

“Many of the tens of thousands of Muslim refugees who were expelled from the country in 2014 would one day like to return home, but are waiting until they can do so in a safe and sustainable manner,” the report said.

http://news.yahoo.com/report-c-african-republic-muslims-forced-convert-120527585.html

 
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Posted by on July 31, 2015 in News

 

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Terrorism & Intolerance against muslims in UK

 

source: The Guardian

 
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Posted by on May 31, 2013 in News

 

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U.S.A terrorist ‘Robert Bales’ to plead guilty

A US soldier accused of killing 16 Afghan civilians in two rampages last year will plead guilty to avoid the death penalty, his lawyers say.

Seventeen victims were women or children..

Staff Sgt Robert Bales will make the plea in a hearing on 5 June.

He left a US outpost in Kandahar province in the early hours of 11 March 2012, attacking two villages nearby. Most victims were women and children.

Family members of those killed have told the BBC they were outraged he might not die.

“We will not be satisfied unless he is executed,” Haji Abdul Baqi, who had some cousins killed and injured in the attack, told BBC Afghan.

“If they don’t execute him, they are showing their power. He martyred 16 of our people, but they are not executing the one person who did all that. Would they forgive us if we killed 16 Americans?

“We have informed them [the Americans] that we are not taking part in this case because [they] are more powerful than us and a weak person cannot sue a powerful one.”

Read more: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-22712004

 
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Posted by on May 31, 2013 in News

 

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Guantanamo guard converts to Islam, demands release of detainees

Terry Holdbrooks was deployed to the Guantanamo Bay detention center to guard detainees. The Phoenix, Ariz., resident has become a devout Muslim and an unlikely advocate for the prisoners’ rights.

Roughly 100 prisoners at the facility are reportedly on a hunger strike to protest their indefinite detentions.

Shane T. McCoy/Department of Defense via AP

Roughly 100 prisoners at the facility are reportedly on a hunger strike to protest their indefinite detentions.

The ex-U.S. Army employee converted to Islam, inspired by the faith of the Guantanamo detainees he was charged with watching. Since then, he says he has lost his friends, received violent threats, and been labeled a “race traitor” online.

But he hasn’t gone quietly. The 29-year-old has done his fair share of media and has even signed on for a job as a speaker for the Muslim Legal Fund of America. Now the devout Muslim is racking up frequent flyer miles and touring the country with what he calls the “truth about Gitmo.”

“Gitmo was supposed to be a cushy deployment since we were just going to babysit detainees,” Holdbrooks said. “But it changed me.”

The Phoenix, Ariz., resident spent the year between 2003 and 2004 guarding U.S. military prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. He was often given the job of escorting detainees to interrogation rooms. He says he witnessed atrocities committed by his fellow American soldiers that he never thought were possible.

Terry Holdbrooks self-published a book about his conversion to Islam and about the atrocities he witnessed as a guard at Guantanamo.

Terry Holdbrooks

Terry Holdbrooks self-published a book about his conversion to Islam and about the atrocities he witnessed as a guard at Guantanamo.

Speaking on the phone to the Daily News, Holdbrooks rattled off the grim list.

“I saw people put in stress positions for eight hours until they defecated themselves,” he said. “Then the guards would come in and emasculate them.”

He said he saw prisoners shackled to the ground with the air conditioner set high, then doused with cold water. He said that menstrual blood was smeared on their faces and that they were forced to hear the same music on repeat for hours.

Holdbrooks (not pictured) said he was often responsible for leading detainees to interrogation rooms.

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Holdbrooks (not pictured) said he was often responsible for leading detainees to interrogation rooms.

“Gitmo is 100 percent antithetical to the basis of our legal system,” he said. “That’s not the America I signed up to defend.”

While preparing for deployment, Holdbrooks said the Army trained him to think of the prisoners as the “worst of the worst” and “lower than humans.”

 

The Guantanamo Bay detention center is located on the southeastern coast of Cuba.

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The Guantanamo Bay detention center is located on the southeastern coast of Cuba.

Source:nydailynews.com

 
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Posted by on May 31, 2013 in News, Relax

 

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Prince Hary: Killing muslims in Afghanistan is like playstation !

Prince Harry plays a video game at Camp Bastion, Afghanistan

Prince Harry plays a video game at Camp Bastion, Afghanistan, with fellow Apache pilot Simon Beattie. Responding to Harry’s comparison of firing from an Apache to PlayStation, the Taliban said: ‘I think he has a mental problem, that’s why he is saying it is a game.’ Photograph: John Stillwell/Reuters
 
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Posted by on January 24, 2013 in News

 

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Israeli criminals attack Sudan, kill civilians !

At least two people were killed in an Israeli airstrike on an arms factory in Khartoum, Sudan, on October 24, 2012.

The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) has strongly condemned an Israeli airstrike on a weapons factory in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, saying it was a serious violation of the UN Charter.

The attack was a serious breach of the United Nations Charter and a blatant violation of the principles of the countries’ sovereignty and territorial integrity, the NAM said in a statement.

In line with the valuable and established principles of the movement, the NAM condemned “in the strongest terms” the Israeli regime’s airstrike on the Yarmouk Complex, south of Khartoum.

The statement reaffirmed the movement’s commitment to respecting Sudan’s sovereignty, unity, independence and territorial integrity.

On Wednesday, Sudanese Minister of Information Ahmed Belal Osman said that four Israeli military planes had attacked the Yarmouk Complex in Khartoum earlier in the day, killing at least two people.

Sudan called on the United Nations Security Council to condemn Israel for violating the country’s sovereignty and bombing the factory.

 
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Posted by on October 30, 2012 in News

 

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