Thinking about visiting a Muslim country? You may want to rethink your travel destination …
Update: She has been pardoned due to international pressure …
The 25-year-old was in the United Arab Emirates on a business trip when she was raped and reported the assault to the local police.
Dubai police did not believe her, and instead took her passport and jailed her on suspicion of having had sex outside marriage.
The Norwegian woman reported the sexual assault in March this year, after which she had to spend days in a cell before she was allowed to use a telephone.
With the help of family members, the Norwegian consulate was able to negotiate a release and she has been living under the protection of the…
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The United Kingdom has given the Ayatollah’s military electronics and what is described as “equipment employing cryptography”.
The UK government has approved more than 3,000 export licences for military sales to countries which it believes have questionable records on human rights, MPs say.
The House of Commons Committees on Arms Export Controls says the value of the existing export licences to the 27 countries in question exceeds £12bn.
This includes significant sales to China, Iran and Saudi Arabia. Sales to Sri Lanka raise “very serious questions”, the report adds.
The committees consist of four select committees meeting and working together: business, defence, foreign affairs, and international development.
The chairman, Conservative MP Sir John Stanley, said he was astonished at the scale and value of the licences.
There were, for example, more than 60 licences for Iran, including components for military electronics and what is described as “equipment employing cryptography”.
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“We Will Not Accept any Outside Dictates about Our Borders”.
Responding to the EU’s intention to add conditions on contacts with Israel in the future, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday:
“As the Prime Minister of Israel, I will not allow the hundreds of thousands of Israelis who live in Judea and Samaria, on the Golan Heights and in Jerusalem, our united capital, to be harmed. We will not accept any outside dictates about our borders. This issue will be decided only in direct negotiations between the sides.”
Source: The Prime Minister of Israel
Yesterday, I called the last move by EU for a return to Nazism. That might sound to dramatic, and not in line with realities.
But, when you reflect on this issue, you will see the clear similarity between the present EU-regime and Hitler. The message is: Today’s borders that protects the Jews, needs…
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The video was uploaded to the ‘Free Qudss’ account on YouTube, and to a group by a similar name on Facebook.
The text at the start of the video reads: ‘Destroying the settlers cars and arrests’, and claims to have been taken near Damascus Gate.
The account’s operators and the videographers claim the events are from Tuesday evening, and that the identities of the attackers had been blurred out to protect them from being identified.
Scenes of mayhem like these are becoming increasingly frequent in Jerusalem and other parts of Israel.
Just this morning, Jewish residents of the Abu Tor neighbourhood woke up to find the tires of their cars slashed in an apparent attack by Arab extremists.
Some parts of Jerusalem have become…
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Hebrews 13:3, “Remember those in prison as if you were their fellow prisoners, and those who are mistreated as if you yourselves were suffering.”
1 Thessalonians 4:13-14, “But we do not want you to be uninformed, brethren, about those who are asleep, so that you will not grieve as do the rest who have no hope. For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so God will bring with Him those who have fallen asleep in Jesus.”
Mission News Network – “Open Doors USA recently learned about the death of another Christian in an Eritrean prison.
Yosief Kebedom Gelai, a recently converted single Christian, died in Medefera July 5.
Sources told Open Doors that Yosief, 41, had been sick for a long time, but that the harsh treatment at a secret Medefera incarceration center aggravated the effects of the unknown disease.
Eritrea ranks #10 on the…
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