(CNN) — A judge in Saudi Arabia has recommended that imprisoned blogger Raif Badawi go before a high court on a charge of apostasy, which would carry the death penalty upon conviction, according to Badawi’s wife.
Ensaf Haidar initially told CNN on Wednesday that her husband had been sentenced to death. She later clarified to CNN that a judge has recommended he be tried for denouncing Islam, or apostasy. Apostasy carries the death penalty in Saudi Arabia, according to Amnesty International.
LONDON — A German magazine lifted the lid on the operations of the National Security Agency’s hacking unit Sunday, reporting that American spies intercept computer deliveries, exploit hardware vulnerabilities, and even hijack Microsoft’s internal reporting system to spy on their targets.
Der Spiegel’s revelations relate to a division of the NSA known as Tailored Access Operations, or TAO, which is painted as an elite team of hackers specializing in stealing data from the toughest of targets.
(How bad has it become because of the NSA? Today I took the dog for a walk and saw two guys in NSA jackets, Canine chemical messaging div. collecting urine samples from a fire hydrant)
(One thing is for sure. Where muslims are involved, the only one who profits is the guy who runs the graveyard)
Thank you M, Fjordman, Richard, Rita and all who helped out. I lost track at one point, so apologies for anyone I missed.