From People of Shambhala
Amina bin Abdulhalim Nassar, a Saudi woman was convicted and beheaded in the Saudi Arabian northern province of Jawf for “practising witchcraft and sorcery,” the country’s ministry said in a statement carried by SPA state news agency.
From Saudi Arabia to the Land of the Free:
After Subramanian Swamy, a Hindu professor at Harvard, published an essay on how to wipe out Islamic terrorism, this university, dedicated to the exchange of ideas, decided that this was too much. Swamy was promptly dropped.
A Hare Krishna temple “in Western Copenhagen was recently assaulted by a group of young Muslims, throwing stones and breaking windows. To diminish the risk of confrontations with the Muslim-dominated neighbourhood, the devotees of the temple are from now on requested to not wear their characteristic clothes outside the temple, in order to not provoke similar attacks in the future.”
Police defused six homemade bombs found in Bangkok and arrested one suspect this week in the Buddhist nation.
The Turkish authorities have been demonizing the opposition, insisting that the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) are “non-Muslims in order to delegitimize their movement among Muslim Kurds and Turks.” The Tutkish authorities say the PKK are primarily Zoroastrians — apparently that’s particularly scary.
Yezidis continue to be persecuted in Iraq. “Yezidis living in Armenia today gathered outside the UN Office in Yerevan, to voice support for their compatriots in” that country.