Day: May 30, 2013

Ahmadi Muslims do not seek U.S. government funds We read with interest Tuesday’s editorial “‘U.S.-friendly’ Islam?” While we appreciate the newspaper’s efforts to highlight some of the repression that the Ahmadiyya Muslim community faces, we take exception to the baseless assertion about the Ahmadiyya Muslim community has pursued or is pursuing “CIA or state department” (or any […]

UK pays price for MI5 courting terror

Source: Asia Times. By Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed The brutal murder of an off-duty British soldier in broad daylight in the southeast London district of Woolwich raises new questions about the British government’s national security strategy, at home and abroad. Officials have highlighted the danger of “self-radicalizing” cells inspired by Internet […]

Russian missiles have arrived in Syria

Source: TOI BEIRUT: The Syrian president has told Lebanon’s Hezbollah-owned TV station that Damascus received the first shipment of Russian air defense missiles, according to remarks released on Thursday. Bashar Assad’s comment on the arrival of the long-range S-300 air defense missiles in Syria will further ratchet up tensions in […]

Hit-Squads Coming

Source: The Conservative Papers. UPDATE: The source informed media sources hours after this story was posted that the Islamic regime ruling Iran is in preparation for a major cyber attack very soon on major U.S. facilities – to send a warning to the U.S. that the regime is capable of […]

Wasting time

Source:The Economist. ONE of India’s bigger private-sector employers can be found in Patna, the capital of Bihar, a poor, populous state in the east of the country. Narendra Kumar Singh, the boss, has three gold rings on his right hand and arms big enough to crush rocks. His firm, Frontline, […]

Halal business Consuming passions

Source: The Economist. Trends used to be set by majority-Muslim countries in the Middle East and South-East Asia. Now they come as much from the Muslim minorities in the West. Nestlé, which decades ago was one of the first Western firms to spy the potential, has since the 1980s made […]