Day: October 15, 2012

‘Thou Shalt Not Kill’

Huff Post: The Archdiocese of New Orleans is responding to the high rate of violence and murder in the Crescent City with a basic Biblical reminder that reads: Thou Shalt Not Kill – God. This week the diocese will be distributing 5,000 signs to its parishes to be distributed to […]


Source: Ahmaddiyya Muslim Community Press Department UK On 12 October 2012, Canada’s Minister for Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism, Jason Kenney MP, visited the World Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat, Hadhrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, at the Fazl Mosque in London. During the hour-long meeting various issues were discussed, including Canada’s forthcoming […]

FBI issues Android warning

Source: CNN Money/Fortune By Philip Elmer-DeWitt FORTUNE — Developers often complain about the hoops Apple (AAPL) makes them jump through to get their wares into the iOS App Store. But the company has its reasons — besides its 30% cut of the revenue — and one of them was illustrated […]

TypeScript: Microsoft’s New Take on Javascript, from the Creator of C#

Source: Microsoft started October with a bang, unveiling Anders Hejlsberg’s newest creation: TypeScript, a superset of Javascript aimed at making the language’s big jobs easier. Key features of TypeScript include: module support class declarations static typing a Visual Studio 2012 plugin S. Somasegar, corporate vice president of Microsoft’s Developer Division, […]

In Bangladesh, most complain over Facebook

Source: Gulf Times By Mizan Rahman The Bangladesh Telecommunications Regulatory Commission’s anti-cyber crime cell has received, in the last nine months, over a thousand complaints, most of which were directed at the popular social networking site Facebook and were lodged by female students, official said yesterday. Bangladesh Computer Security Incident […]


Source: Worldcrunch By Annette Ramelsberger BONN – “You have to use violence to defend Islamic values?” asks the judge. “Yes, of course,” Murat K. replies. Five months after he attacked police officers with a knife, the 26-year-old Salafist came clean in the courtroom: it was his duty, he said, to […]

Syria: Waiting for someone named Obama

Source: TOI Even as German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle, who was on a visit to China, diverted himself to Istanbul in a mission on Saturday aimed at tamping down Turkish-Syrian tensions, Der Spiegel calmly reported that the information about the “non-civilian cargo”, which led to the interception of a Syrian […]