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Harry, Meghan to visit New Zealand on 4-day tour. Meet Harriet, the Irish singing donkey. Tiffany Haddish on friendship with Whoopi Goldberg. US tourist helps stop thief who tried to steal Magna Carta. Megyn Kelly's show will not return to NBC.

Latest Entertainment Video 2: Jason Derulo gives fans surprise of a lifetime after canceled concert. Tiffany Haddish reveals what she wants in a man. Tiffany Haddish on her Emmy win, dating and equal pay in Hollywood. Justin Bieber's burrito eating has the Internet buzzing.

Hilary Swank on 'What They Had' and returning to acting after caring for her dad. Prince Harry, Meghan Markle face plane scare. Tiffany Haddish reveals her hilarious 'qualifications' for a date. Tiffany Haddish talks giving out a fake number to men. Latest Entertainment Headlines Oct All the spooky offerings on Netflix for Halloween The streamer has plenty of original films and series as well as classics.

Sia teams up with students for dance video with anti-gun violence message children from grade school through high school worked together to create it. Tiffany Haddish on working with friend Whoopi Goldberg The two are starring together in the new movie, "Nobody's Fool. Julia Roberts talks ageism and gender parity in Hollywood "We just do the best we can as individuals," she said.

Megyn Kelly's morning show will not return to NBC airwaves The announcement comes days after she made comments on her show about blackface. If you want to date Tiffany Haddish, you must have these qualifications Haddish's new film "Nobody's Fool" hits theaters Nov. Singer Kelly Rowland fires back at trolls who questioned skin tone After she posted photos, commenters said she bleached her skin. What we know so far The Internet is buzzing: Did Justin Bieber eat a burrito from the middle?

Janelle Monae says response to coming out as pansexual has 'been beautiful' I hope "people will feel more comfortable walking in their truths," she said. Jamie Lee Curtis reveals decade-long struggle with opioids: Ariana Grande on how she 'survived' last few months The singer opened up to fans on Twitter.

These 13 classic thrillers are perfect for Halloween Some of the spookiest and scariest of all time. NBC anchor apologizes for comments about blackface She apologized at the top of her morning show Wednesday. Baby One More Time' just turned 20, and we officially feel old In , a year-old Britney Spears hit the scene in her pigtails. Blige on all-female music camp: Meghan Markle fights for girls' access to education in Fiji The Duchess of Sussex announced two new grants to promote female education.

Princess Kate steps out in the late Princess Diana's beloved tiara for state dinner The mom of three also wore a light blue Alexander McQueen gown. This man spent years building the largest 'Star Wars' collection in the world Steve Sansweet spent 20 years collecting items for his museum.

A miracle happens on Disney night Get the whole story! Elle King reveals battle with substance abuse and depression: Meet Harriet, the Irish singing donkey A man in Ireland captured the donkey singing and posted video on Facebook.

Amy Schumer announces pregnancy -- and voting recommendations This is the first child for the comedian and her chef husband. Kim Kardashian West on Kanye's support of Trump: Pete Davidson breaks silence about split with ex-fiancee Ariana Grande "Anybody looking for a roommate?

Prince Harry reveals he hopes the royal baby is a girl The Duke of Sussex told a fan he hopes his first child is a girl. Actress Selma Blair reveals MS diagnosis: Who is this future 'Queen of Pop'? The Queen of Soul's career The life and times of the royal children. - Peaceful Islam ?

Tiffany Haddish on friendship with Whoopi Goldberg. US tourist helps stop thief who tried to steal Magna Carta. Megyn Kelly's show will not return to NBC. Latest Entertainment Video 2: Jason Derulo gives fans surprise of a lifetime after canceled concert. Tiffany Haddish reveals what she wants in a man.

Tiffany Haddish on her Emmy win, dating and equal pay in Hollywood. Justin Bieber's burrito eating has the Internet buzzing. Hilary Swank on 'What They Had' and returning to acting after caring for her dad. Prince Harry, Meghan Markle face plane scare. Tiffany Haddish reveals her hilarious 'qualifications' for a date. Tiffany Haddish talks giving out a fake number to men.

Latest Entertainment Headlines Oct All the spooky offerings on Netflix for Halloween The streamer has plenty of original films and series as well as classics. Sia teams up with students for dance video with anti-gun violence message children from grade school through high school worked together to create it.

However, even that great moral abyss of Western civilization — the Holocausts — stands out more in its industrialized and organizational features than it does either in the quality of its hatefulness or its relative or even absolute volumes. In relative numbers, in just one year, , the Hutus and Tutsis in Rwanda, killed off a total of one million, in a population of 7 million.

Is it more humane to go by a stroke of a blunt machete than by a whiff of Zyklon B? The Khmer Rouge murdered at least 2 million Cambodians between and Is it more humane to die by wallops from a Cambodian pickaxe handle than by a bullet from a German Mauser? Inscription on the back in German: There is a special horror attached to the Third Reich, because those were 20 th century Europeans, Christians, and in many ways the smartest, most civilized people on Earth.

But the Holocausts do not prove that Whites are worse than other people, just that they are no better. The history of the Third Reich also proves that with the right formula of economic blowup, misery and humiliation, sparked by charismatic evil, no people are immune to such horror, at no time.

Our Norwegian correspondent The Observer sends his translation of an article and interview with two respectable high-profile Muslim leaders in Oslo, who have strongly negative opinions about Jews and the worldwide Jewish conspiracy.

A new trend seems to have developed in the Islamic community in Norway: It should also be pointed out that this is the same mosque that the Norwegian police apologized so profusely to last year for the fact that we have freedom of speech in Norway. The translated article from Dagsavisen:. Many Norwegians have a negative view on Islam due to Jewish domination of the media. We are visiting Central Jamaat-e Ahl-e Sunnat, the mosque with the largest member base in Norway, to talk to its spiritual leader.

The mosque was founded in and currently has more than 5, members. The Imam begins by explaining that all three heavenly religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam, are sacred to them.

Many people are unaware of this fact, says Sarwar. Both of them believe that the school visits confirms their views that Norwegians in general have an inaccurate impression of Islam and Muslims. People are ignorant because they get their information from the media, and the media only write negatively about Islam. Only a handful of people were behind the movie about Mohammed in the U. So who was financing them, who was backing them?

A big tip of the Bodissey pickelhaube to our commenter Jolie Rouge, who has provided us with a brand new acronym. Note the aggressor is not named other than by geographical location e.

North Africa, Afghanistan and surprisingly the inclusion of Turkey. I think JIM could have great utility for our enterprise: Who will be the first major Western politician not counting Geert Wilders to break the greatest cultural taboo of our time, and mess around with JIM?

Yesterday a group of Al Qaeda terrorists assaulted a natural gas plant in Algeria and killed two foreigners while taking 41 other hostage. Today Algerian special forces staged a helicopter raid on the plant, killing a number of the hostages — between six and 34, depending on whose figures you believe — in the process of taking out the terrorists. Among the foreign hostages were American, British, French, and Japanese nationals.

In other news, Germany has begun repatriating its foreign gold reserves, which are stored in vaults in Paris, London, and the United States. The following article tells a brief tale about immigrant-on-immigrant violence in Cologne, with Muslims of immigrant background dealing it out and Russian immigrants as victims.

It shows the attempts by a Turk to protect a Russian family and being killed for his trouble. The translated article from Quotenqueen:. Two criminal foreigners, free to terrorize their neighbors despite drug-related and violent crimes, killed a Turkish husband and father who tried to get them to behave.

It happened in a sector of the city called Bickendorf — a district notorious for years for immigrant violence and bordering on the thoroughly Islamized Ehrenfeld. But no one was killed. The Spanish government recently revoked his status as a political refugee in Spain, and he is due to be deported to Pakistan, where he will face the death penalty for blasphemy.

There is currently a push to persuade the Canadian government to grant him and his family political asylum. Firasat was interviewed recently on Alerta Digital TV. The video below shows the third part of the interview, and includes segments in English of a statement by Terry Jones. Part 1 , Part 2. Many thanks to our Spanish correspondent Hermes for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:. That means I am watching big, fat flakes accumulating on everything — though the driveway is still clear.

Prior to that, we awoke this morning to heavy rains. It is our good fortune that there was never any period of transitional ice. Why am I talking about the weather, you ask? Because this heavy wet snow may well eventuate in a power outage. Should that happen we would have no way to tell you why when, once again, no one seems to be home.

A few weeks later, Dozier got a certified letter from the school's chief officer, Paul Mendoza, with a copy forwarded to the chief of police. Do not let this happen! A spokesman for the college confirmed the policies were under review because of the dispute. The court order also cited the "representation" from the defendants that the "subject policies" are facing amendment.

A Clinton-appointed federal judge ruled in favor of Michael Savage today in an attempt by the Council on American-Islamic Relations to extract attorney fees and costs in a case the nationally syndicated talk radio host brought against the Muslim lobby group.

Savage alleged CAIR illegally published singled-out quotes and audio excerpts from his show regarding Islam, misappropriated his words and used the clips for its own fundraising purposes, damaging the value of his copyrighted material. CAIR last year waged a public campaign using excerpted Savage remarks to urge advertisers to boycott his top-rated program.

But Illston threw out the case in July, arguing it is legal to use excerpts of a public broadcast for purposes of comment and criticism. Illston, nominated to her position by President Bill Clinton, wrote in her ruling that Savage could try to rewrite the racketeering portion of his suit to better fit the specifics of his case. This may be a distinction without a difference, Savage's lawyers argue, since bin Talal is a member of the Saudi ruling family.

A lawsuit has been filed against two officers at North Carolina's Camp Lejeune Marine base for banning a civilian worker — a year Marine whose son was a victim of the U. Cole attack — from publicly condemning Islamic terrorists. The lawsuit was filed by the Thomas More Law Center on behalf of Jesse Nieto after base officials first ordered him to remove bumper stickers from his private vehicle then banned the vehicle from all federal installations nationwide.

In a statement e-mailed to WND, base spokesman Nat Fahy said the action against Nieto was pursued based on "third party complaints regarding the offensive nature of Mr. Nieto was issued two separate motor vehicle citations. After being afforded an opportunity to argue his position in front of the base magistrate, the magistrate told him to remove the stickers from his car. While he did remove several offensive stickers off during this period, he refused to remove all of the offending stickers.

Because he remained in violation of the base order, Mr. Nieto's DoD registration decal was ultimately removed from his vehicle. According to the lawsuit, Lt.

James Hessen, the base traffic court officer, ruled that the decals on Nieto's vehicle were "offensive," and when asked to explain, said, "'It's just what I think,' or words to that effect," the complaint states. His youngest son, Marc, and 16 of Marc's shipmates were killed Oct. Nieto has worked as a civilian employee at Camp Lejeune since On July 31, he was ticketed on base by two military police officers for displaying "offensive material.

The ticket was issued even though other automobile-mounted slogans such as a Confederate flag with, "If This Offends You … You Need a History Lesson," a "Darwin fish" mocking Christianity, sexually explicit symbols such as silhouettes of nude women, one with "Your Child May be an Honor Student But Your Driving Sucks," and several versions of a cartoon character similar to Calvin from Calvin and Hobbes urinating on various symbols were allowed, the lawsuit said.

In August, after Nieto refused to remove the "offending" decals, the base magistrate issued a written order that required him to take his vehicle off the base "until all decals were removed" and banning his vehicle from all federal installations nationwide. The order, the lawsuit filed in U. The case alleges the military is violating Nieto's constitutional rights to freedom of speech and equal protection of the law. Thompson said the next move on the part of the Marines might be to "eliminate the Marine's Hymn since the phrase 'to the shores of Tripoli' celebrates the Marine victory over Islamic forces in the Barbary Coast War and the Battle of Derne.

The lawsuit alleges viewpoint discrimination in violation of the First Amendment, equal protection violations of the Fifth Amendment and claims there are no objective standards for guiding bumper sticker banishments. Also named as a defendant is Col.

The case also alleges that Nieto was threatened with dismissal from his job for having the decals and not only cannot drive to work or visit his son's grave in Arlington, he also cannot use his vehicle to visit the U. Cole Memorial in Norfolk, Va. Bush, has used the terms 'Islamic terrorists,' 'Islamic extremism,' and 'Islamic militants,' noting that the Islamic terrorists responsible for killing Americans on September 11, , are the 'same murderers … responsible for bombing the U.

Cole,'" the lawsuit said. The lawyer handling the case is Robert Muise, who also has been defending Marine Lt. Jeffrey Chessani, the highest-ranking officer accused in the Rep. John Murtha-instigated prosecution of soldiers for a firefight with terrorists in Haditha, Iraq. For the sixth year in a row, a campaign has been launched by Liberty Counsel to protect Christmas from censors and other grinches. It's needed, according to the public interest law firm, because of what is happening to the traditional American holiday across the U.

For example, according to Liberty Counsel, the following situations have developed in various jurisdictions and corporations where Christmas has been targeted with censorship: Liberty Counsel's "Friend or Foe Christmas Campaign" also lists on the organization's website corporations and entities that have made clear their intention to become "Friend" or "Foe.

Over the past few years the 'Friend or Foe Christmas Campaign' has successfully put the 'grinches' on the run. This year millions of Americans will join us to help save Christmas. If a government entity censors Christmas in violation of the Constitution, then we will first seek to educate but, if necessary, we will litigate.

If retailers choose to profit from Christmas while pretending it does not exist, then we will patronize their competitors," said Liberty Counsel chief Mathew Staver.

Liberty Counsel also offers a Help Save Christmas Action pack , including educational legal materials to inform government officials, teachers, students, parents, businesses and employees that it is legal to celebrate Christmas.

LONDON — Britain's MI6 intelligence service has identified a group that raises funds with impunity in London as the organization whose militia members in Somalia imposed a death sentence on a year-old rape victim, according to a report from Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin.

Known as the Shabaab, the ruthless militia is designated as a terrorist organization by the U. The group's leadership was targeted by missile strikes earlier this year. However, MI6 has revealed that the group operates without restriction in London, funding the fierce guerrilla war against Somalia's long-time enemy, Ethiopia, which invaded Somalia last year. Until last week, the war attracted little attention in the West.

All that changed after a Shariah court in the Somalia southern town of Kismayo handed down a brutal punishment. Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin is the premium, online intelligence news source edited and published by the founder of WND.

There she was buried up to her neck in sand and then stoned in front of a 1,strong crowd, the number the local soccer team attracts. The Thibodeauxville Festival, which draws nearly 12, people to the town whose population barely exceeds 14,, has featured fun, food, street dancing and bands from a variety of genres for the past 16 years.

But when the ACLU spied the city's seal on a flier that also promoted the Christian bands performing at the festival, it took action. Esman, however, contends differently.

The fact is, the city has its official logo on these fliers. The issue is really not whether the band has a right to play. The issue is whether the government should be in the business of endorsing religious expression. The Alliance Defense Fund , an alliance of attorneys dedicated to defending religious liberty, has also stepped in, sending a letter in support of the city.

Contrary to the contentions of the ACLU, they have the same rights of access and participation at the festival as anyone else," wrote Johnson. The city has done nothing other than allow the festival to be held in its streets. The ACLU's threat is baseless. The situation developed when homosexual activists gathered at the Palm Springs City Hall for a protest following voters' approve by a margin of nearly 53 percent to 47 percent a state constitutional amendment that acknowledges only a marriage between a man and a woman will be valid or recognized in California.

The amendment specified that it is effective immediately. Then Burgess appeared, carrying a cross, to portray the biblical perspective of homosexual marriage. The on-scene reporter, identified as Connie Chang, tried repeatedly to complete her interview. But the worst was yet to come, said Ryan Sorba, chairman of the college group. That's where the anchor concludes the report with: On the Republicans' comment page, there was outrage. For a group of people who claim to be fighting to expand their rights, they sure are willing to strip conservatives of theirs," said one participant.

Another said, "The anchor said there was a lot of anger and hate on both sides — there was no anger and hate portrayed by the little old lady holding the cross. She reminds me of Ghandi. The anger and hate was all one sided. To defile a crucifix like that is a very grave evil indeed. Who is being silenced now.

The news anchor obviously was not paying attention to what was going on, if he had the nerve to say there was hatred from both sides. From what I saw, she was saying she loved the people, was praying, and had her belongings ripped from her and trampled on.

The other perspective was represented by another poster, "That lady had it comin. Decisions by voters in Florida, Arizona and California to join residents of 27 other states with constitutional protections for traditional marriage have prompted threats of violence against Christians and their churches.

Confirmation on voter approval of amendments in Florida and Arizona came earlier. The amendments in all three states essentially limit marriage to one man and one woman. In California, the measure states the only marriages "valid and recognized" in the state are those between one man and one woman. Thirty states now have adopted marriage amendments. However, in California, the vitriol appeared especially high since the state Supreme Court in May created same-sex marriage for homosexuals.

Proposition 8 overruled the court decision, readopting the marriage definition California votersadopted in On a blog website, "Tread" wrote, "I hope the No on 8 people have a long list and long knives.

Another contributor to the JoeMyGod website said, "While financially I supported the Vote No, and was vocal to everyone and anyone who would listen, I have never considered being a violent radical extremist for our equal rights. But now I think maybe I should consider becoming one. Perhaps that is the only thing that will affect the change we so desperately need and deserve.

A contributor identifying himself as "Joe" said, "I swear, I'd murder people with my bare hands this morning. Matt Barber, director of cultural affairs for Liberty Counsel, called the statements "hate crimes" for their intent to create violence against someone based on their beliefs.

This is criminal activity," he said. They claim to deplore violence and 'hate. Liberty Counsel's Barber said, "This is not free speech; these are 'hate crimes' under the existing definition. Imagine if Christian websites were advocating such violence against homosexuals. There'd be outrage, and rightfully so. It'd be national front-page news. Federal authorities should immediately investigate these threats and prosecute the perpetrators to the fullest extent of the law. On yet another site, "Americablog," "scottinsf" wrote, "Trust me.

I've got a big list of names of mormons and catholics that were big supporters of Prop 8. One contributor went so far as to threaten to take out his frustrations on his own family. Oh wait, my partner and I can't share the same bed? We can't show any affection or any outward sign of our love for each other? Your childrens' presents will now be donations in their name to the equal rights organization of my choosing. As will their and your birthday presents, wedding presents, graduation presents, and everything else I give going forward.

The writer continued, "Remember, I'm angry. And I'm strong from my years at the gym and really am ready to take my frustration out on someone or something. Barber said the Human Rights Campaign, the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force and "other leaders within the homosexual lobby" should call immediately for an end to such threats.

There were suggestions of a different type of violence, too. Designate someone to watch the parking lot … You're going to have lots of unexpected expenses.

Another even listed addresses of Mormon facilities. Mormon, Catholic and other religious groups were active in supporting the marriage definition. What you do with the information is your own choice," wrote Jeremy.

While many defenders of Weather Underground co-founder William Ayers have sought to minimize his bomb attacks on the U. Capitol and other landmarks because they purportedly did not target people, a former FBI informant who penetrated the group claimed he witnessed a meeting in which members discussed a future communist takeover of America in which some 25 million "diehard capitalists" would need to be killed. Larry Grathwohl recalled his experience in the documentary "No Place to Hide," noted the weblog Confederate Yankee.

In a session with members of the radical group, founded in , Grathwohl said discussion centered on a future in which the communist nations of Cuba, North Korea, China and the Soviet Union would occupy various parts of the U.

Republican John McCain's presidential campaign has made Ayers an issue, charging Obama has had ties to an unrepentant domestic terrorist, including service together on two nonprofit boards. Critics also maintain Obama's political career was launched at the home of Ayers and his wife, Bernardine Dohrn, also a former Weather Underground leader.

Ayers, now a college professor, has said in interviews over the past decade he has no remorse for his s terrorist activities, saying he only wished he could have done more. Grathwohl, who worked as an operative for law enforcement agencies in Cincinnati, said when he pursued the genocide issue further, the Weather Underground members "estimated they would have to eliminate 25 million people in these re-education centers.

Grathwohl told the interviewer: At the end of the letter, the fictional Christian laments that these people "simply did not realize Obama's far-left agenda would take away many of our freedoms as a nation, perhaps permanently," pointing to a new, liberal-majority Supreme Court unlikely to change for 30 more years.

Focus on the Family Action, established as a separate legal entity from Focus on the Family , has expanded abilities under the IRS code to lobby for political change. Focus adds that evangelicals on both sides of the election should "continue to respect and cherish each other's friendship as well as the freedom people have in the United States to differ on these issues and to freely speak our opinions about them to one another.

Nevertheless, the footnoted letter anticipates an America, under Obama, that realizes the worst fears of Dobson and his millions of supporters. Among the possible developments by The letter also "recalls" a President Obama fulfilling his campaign promise to withdraw U.

Al-Qaida leaders have been emboldened by what they are calling this American 'defeat' and their ranks are swelling in dozens of countries. The letter also looks back at an explosion of terrorist bombs in two large and two small U. The hypothetical letter plays on vice presidential candidate Joe Biden's warning to fundraisers last Sunday in Seattle that some hostile foreign country will test the inexperienced Obama in his first six months of office.

In early , the letter says, Russia "followed the pattern they had begun in Georgia in and sent troops to occupy and re-take several Eastern European countries, starting with the Ukraine, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. But the Russians don't stop there, occupying over the next three years former satellite nations, including Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Bulgaria, "with no military response from the U.

By , health care has been nationalized with a single payer system patterned after the United Kingdom and Canada. The waiting list for prostate cancer surgery is 3 years. The waiting list for ovarian cancer is 2 years. Care also has been limited for older Americans, the letter says. Their 'duty' is increasingly thought to be to go home to die, so that they don't drain scarce resources from the medical system. The letter says many Christians voted for Obama because they thought his tax policies were more fair and his "middle class tax cuts" would bring the economy out of its crisis.

Several of Obama's economic policies have hurt the poor most of all, says the letter, because they have decreased production, increased inflation and increased unemployment, leading to a prolonged recession. The amount of income subject to Social Security tax has nearly doubled. The effect on the economy has been devastating, says the letter. But many Democrats openly applaud the high prices since they reduce oil consumption and thus lower carbon dioxide output. Goodbye to talk radio.

Another development is restoration of the "Fairness Doctrine," which required that radio stations provide "equal time" for alternative views on political questions. As a result, "nearly all conservative stations have now gone out of business or switched to alternative formats such as country or gospel or other music. Conservative talk radio, for all intents and purposes, was shut down by the end of The fictional letter writer concludes that Christian share much of the blame, having chosen Obama because they believed he "sounded so thoughtful, so reasonable.

Earlier in the letter, the fictional writer notes that after many Supreme Court decisions, particularly those that restricted free speech, Obama "publicly expressed strong personal disapproval of the decision and said that the Supreme Court had gone far beyond anything that he ever expected or thought that it would do. Americans should have known what they were getting into by choosing Obama, the letter says, his record "was all there for anyone to see.

The liberal agenda was all there. But too many people just didn't want to see it. Christians didn't take time to find out who Barack Obama was when they voted for him. Why did they risk our nation's future on him?

It was a mistake that changed the course of history. Barack Obama is a Muslim of Kenyan origins who studied in Islamic schools and whose campaign may have been financed by people in the Islamic and African worlds, Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi said during a recent televised national rally.

Along came a black citizen of Kenyan African origins, a Muslim, who had studied in an Islamic school in Indonesia. His name is Obama," said Gadhafi in little-noticed remarks he made at a rally marking the anniversary of the U. The video also has been posted on YouTube and can be seen here. But it seems Gadhafi was not aware that the next day, during a CNN appearance, Obama explained he meant Jerusalem shouldn't be physically divided with a partition and was not referring to the city remaining in exclusively Jewish hands.

As you know, this is the farce of elections - a person lies and lies to people, just so that they will vote for him, and afterwards, when they say to him, 'You promised this and that,' he says: I was fooling you to get your votes. Obama said he would turn Jerusalem into the eternal capital of the Israelis. This indicates that our brother Obama is ignorant of international politics, and is not familiar with the Middle East conflict," Gadhafi said.

Gadhafi went on to express his hope if elected Obama will implement a "one state solution" to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, meaning Israel would be flooded with millions of Palestinian Arabs who would terminate the country's Jewish nationality.

He said he was worried Obama may have a "black inferiority complex" whereby he may enact "white men" policies to prove he is no different from "white" America. If our brother Obama feels that because he is black he doesn't have the right to rule America, this would be a disaster, because such a feeling would make him act whiter than the white, and go to an extreme in his persecution and degradation of the blacks.

Brother, the whites and blacks in America are equal. They are all immigrants. America belongs neither to the whites nor to the blacks. America belongs to its original inhabitants, the Indians. Both the whites and the blacks immigrated to America, and so they are equal, and Obama has the right to hold his head high, and say: This is my land as much as it is yours.

If it is not my land, it is not yours either. It is the land of the Indians. You are immigrants, and so are we. His campaign site states: But as WND has reported, public records in Indonesia listed Obama as a Muslim during his early years, and a number of childhood friends claimed to the media Obama was once a mosque-attending Muslim. Obama's campaign several times has wavered in response to reporters queries regarding the senator's childhood faith. Commenting on a recent Los Angeles Times report quoting a childhood friend stating Obama prayed in a mosque "something the presidential candidate said he never did," Obama's campaign released a statement explaining the senator "has never been a practicing Muslim.

Obama's school documents, though, wrongly list him as being Indonesian. If he was wearing a sarong waist fabric worn for religious or casual occasions he looked funny," Amir said. But as kids, we loved to meet our friends and went to the mosque together and played," said Adi. Aside from a new website to fight purported smears, Obama's official campaign site has a page titled "Obama has never been a Muslim, and is a committed Christian.

It quotes the presidential candidate's former neighbors and third-grade teacher recalling Obama "occasionally followed his stepfather to the mosque for Friday prayers. Writing in a chapter of his book describing his wedding, the presidential candidate stated: Still, Obama says he was raised by his Christian mother and repeatedly has labeled as "smears" several reports attempting to paint him as a Muslim. Eighteen years ago, Rashin Soodmand's father was hanged in Iran for converting to Christianity.

Now her brother is in a Mashad jail, and expects to be executed under new religious laws brought in this summer. A month ago, the Iranian parliament voted in favour of a draft bill, entitled "Islamic Penal Code", which would codify the death penalty for any male Iranian who leaves his Islamic faith. Women would get life imprisonment.

The majority in favour of the new law was overwhelming: Imposing the death penalty for changing religion blatantly violates one of the most fundamental of all human rights.

It is even enshrined as Article 23 of Iran's own constitution, which states that no one may be molested simply for his beliefs. And yet few politicians or clerics in Iran see any contradiction between a law mandating the death penalty for changing religion and Iran's constitution. There has been no public protest in Iran against it. David Miliband, Britain's Foreign Secretary, stands out as one of the few politicians from any Western country who has put on record his opposition to making apostasy a crime punishable by death.

The protest from the EU has been distinctly muted; meanwhile, Germany, Iran's largest foreign trading partner, has just increased its business deals with Iran by more than half. Characteristically, the United Nations has said nothing. It is a sign of how little interest there is in Iran's intention to launch a campaign of religious persecution that its parliamentary vote has still not been reported in the mainstream media. For one woman living in London, however, the Iranian parliamentary vote cannot be brushed aside.

Rashin Soodmand is a year-old Iranian Christian. Her father, Hossein Soodmand, was the last man to be executed in Iran for apostasy, the "crime" of abandoning one's religion. He had converted from Islam to Christianity in , when he was 13 years old. Thirty years later, he was hanged by the Iranian authorities for that decision.

Today, Rashin's brother, Ramtin, is also held in a prison cell in Mashad, Iran's holiest city. He was arrested on August He has not been charged but he is a Christian.

And Rashin fears that, just as her father was the last man to be executed for apostasy in Iran, her brother may become one of the first to be killed under Iran's new law. Not surprisingly, Rashin is desperately worried. They assume that if you are Iranian, you must be Muslim. Her brother's situation has ominous echoes of her father's fate.

Rashin was 14 when her father was arrested. We thought his ordeal was over. But six months later, the police came back and took her father away again. This time, they offered him a choice: His belief in Christ was his life — it was his deepest conviction. Life for Rashin, her siblings and her mother became extremely difficult. Some Muslims are extremely hostile to people of any other religion, never mind to those who they consider apostates: Ayatollah Khomeini declared that "non-Muslims are impure", insisting that for Muslims to wash the clothes of non-Muslims, or to eat food with non-Muslims, or even to use utensils touched by non-Muslims, would spoil their purity.

The family was supported with financial and other help from a Christian church based in Iran. That support became even more critical as Rashin's mother began to lose her sight. Rashin herself was eventually able to leave Iran. She now lives in London, married to a fellow Christian from Iran who successfully applied for asylum in Germany. It took years for Rashin to understand how her father could have been legally executed simply for becoming a Christian.

In , there was no parliamentary law mandating the death for apostates. What, then, was the legal basis for Hossein Soodmand's execution? Depending on the Islamic school or historical era, these formulations can differ and even contradict each other.

On one subject, however, sharia law is unequivocal: So when the judge heard the case of Rashid's father, he could refer to sharia and reach a straightforward decision: There was no procedure for appeal. Nevertheless, in the 18 years since Hossein Soodmand's execution, there have been no judicially sanctioned killings of apostates in Iran, although there have been many reports of disappearances and even murders. There is another factor: It is an effective form of playing populist politics.

The Iranian economy is doing very badly, and the country is in a mess: Ahmadinejad may be calculating that he can gain support, and deflect attention from Iran's problems, by persecuting apostates. The new law is not yet in force in Iran: But that could happen within a matter of weeks.

Time may be running out for Rashin's brother. She believes that the new law will be applied in an arbitrary fashion, with individuals selected for death being chosen to frighten others into submission.

That is why she fears for her brother. We only know that if they want to kill him, they will. Under Egyptian law, their father's conversion made the sisters Muslim for life, so they were convicted of fraud for putting "Christian" on their identity documents, including Bahia's marriage certificate.

Now, a lawyer for Bahia worries if the courts enforce her legal identity as a Muslim, her entire family could pay the price.

According to Islamic jurisprudence, parental custody is awarded to whichever parent has the "superior" religion, and no non-Muslim is allowed jurisdiction over a Muslim. In other words, Bahia's legally dictated status as a Muslim could mean that her husband would be compelled to convert to Islam or have their marriage nullified.

Her children, too, would be reclassified as Muslim, creating the same problem for their Christian spouses and their children. Their father, Nagui Ibrahim, left home and converted to Islam when the sisters were very young. He reconciled with his wife three years later and re-converted to Christianity. In the process, he had someone forge his personal identity documents to say he was Christian. The man who forged Nagu Ibrahim's documents was detained in for falsifying dozens of documents and confessed to changing Ibrahim's papers, SAPA reported.

When the two daughters visited the man who had helped their father, according the Egyptian national weekly Watani, they were detained and accused of forging their Christian identification documents. Convicted of fraud, Shadia later served time in prison while her sister, Bahia, went into hiding, reports Compass Direct News.

When Shadia's sentence was retracted two months later following rallies and legal pressure from various organizations , Bahia resurfaced. But last month, despite the retraction in her sister's case, a judge sentenced Bahia to three years in prison for "forgery of an official document," her marriage license.

Ramses has vowed to appeal Bahia's case to Egypt's Supreme Court. He told Compass Direct News he worries that if the judges decide against Bahia, it might endanger the already precarious position of religious minorities in the Muslim-dominated country. Other legal sources assured Compass Direct News that the court is likely to agree with Ramses and follow her sister's path by retracting Bahia's sentence.

A federal court decision approving mandatory public school instruction for children as young as kindergarten in how to be homosexual is being allowed to stand, drawing a description of "despicable" from the parent who unsuccessfully challenged his school district's "gay" advocacy agenda. Supreme Court without comment has refused to intervene in a case prompted by the actions of officials at Estabrook Elementary school in Lexington, Mass.

The case on which WND has reported previously involves Massachusetts father David Parker, who with his wife now have withdrawn their children from public schools, for which they continue to pay taxes, and are homeschooling. The decision by the Supreme Court leaves standing the ruling from the appeals court for Massachusetts, where Judge Sandra Lynch said those who are concerned over such civil rights violations "may seek recourse to the normal political processes for change in the town and state.

Earlier District Judge Mark Wolf had ordered that school officials' work to undermine Christian beliefs and teach homosexuality is needed to prepare children for citizenship, and if parents don't like it they can elect a different school committee or homeschool their children.

The dispute grabbed headlines when Parker, on April 27, , "was arrested and thrown in jail by school officials over his insistence on being notified regarding his son in kindergarten being taught about homosexual relationships by adults," Mass Resistance reported.

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