Day: July 24, 2013

Unprecedented attack:

Source: ET: SUKKUR: Suicide gunmen and car bombers mounted an unprecedented attack on the local office of the country’s premier intelligence agency in the otherwise sleepy town of Sukkur Wednesday evening, sparking a shootout that killed eight people and injured over three dozen. Although there was no immediate claim of responsibility […]

Snowden ‘allowed to leave airport’

Source: BBC Fugitive US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden has been given an official pass to leave Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport, Russian airport officials say. Russian media say the migration service issued the document, but the service has not yet commented. He has stayed in transit since arriving from Hong Kong on 23 […]

Snowden ‘Allowed to Leave’ Airport

Source: The Daily Beast After a month straight of eating food from Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport, this must be welcome news for Edward Snowden. The fugitive leaker reportedly was granted key immigration documents from Russia on Tuesday, according to local media—meaning he can finally leave the airport. Snowden has been in […]

Editorial: Thugs are not martyrs

What deterrence could we expect if 12 FPI supporters only received between three and six months in jail for butchering three Ahmadiyah followers in Banten in 2011, or a suspended FPI leader in Bekasi was sentenced to only five and a half months’ imprisonment for attacking a church minister and […]

Halal Google: An Internet Free Of Vice

Huff Post: by Yasmine. Halalgoogling.com is dreaming big, as they aim to become, “the number one search engine in the Muslim community.” Simply put, the site’s strict filters prevent users from accessing haram, or forbidden, content through the search engine, although according to their blog, users can do much more. Haram literally means […]