1. The demise of Pax Americana. Caroline Glick
Global leadership is based on two things – power and credibility. The United States remains the most powerful actor in the world. But last week, American credibility was shattered.
Baroness Warsi said Christians were in danger of being driven out of countries, such as Syria and Iraq, where the religion first took root.
An imam caught agreeing to marry off a 14-year-old girl has been welcomed back to his mosque job, despite protests from worshippers.
Sajid Zafar Hussain has spent the past month suspended from his post at the Jamatia Islamic Centre on Woodlands Road, Sparkhill.
He was caught on film agreeing to arrange the wedding ceremony by undercover TV reporters posing as the mother and brother of the schoolgirl.
(I can understand the dilemma. It is difficult to get rid of a muslim leader working at an Islamic house of religion because he insists on doing things the muslim way)
Man Haron Monis, 49, fronted Burwood Local Court charged with being an accessory before and after the fact to the murder of a woman allegedly stabbed and set alight in a western Sydney stairwell earlier this year. –
Two days before the opening, the gallery owner canceled the Passion For Freedom art exhibition in London. She feared “being killed by gentlemen from the Religion of Peace.”
The stone feels good in your hand. It is neither too heavy nor too light. You could throw it far.
Most people look confused when they come down the narrow cellar stairs in Union Street, London and at the entrance to the gallery are given a stone.
But they do as they are asked — take the stone with them — while sipping white wine and viewing the art on display at the Passion For Freedom exhibition.
6. BBC Video on tensions between the ‘Roma’ (Gypsies) and basically everyone else
The leader of a group which wants to introduce Sharia law in Waltham Forest has refused to condemn three members convicted of attacking innocent members of the public.
Ricardo MacFarlane, 36, of Boyden House in Walthamstow, Jordan Horner, 29, of Radbourne Crescent in Walthamstow, and a 23-year-old man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, were members of the so-called Muslim Patrol.
Thank you UK Pete, EDL Buck, Oz-Rita,