(The judge’s analysis of CAIR’s complaint is worth the read. In part:
The Court finds that Plaintiffs [i.e., CAIR] have thus far been frustratingly unclear as to the injuries at issue for each of the claims. In addition, Plaintiffs have not specified which injury, if any, corresponds to which of the Plaintiffs, and have made little effort to explain the proximate cause linking the alleged tortious conduct to the injuries at issue. Instead, Plaintiffs speak in broad generalizations, asserting injuries and damages and proximate cause across multiple counts and multiple Plaintiffs. As a result, the Court has received only opaque and largely unhelpful briefing. . . . Plaintiffs are not specific as to these issues, making resolution of the threshold questions of injury and proximate cause next to impossible for the Court.)
‘The police have got this badly wrong and need to think very carefully about their actions. The public will take a very dim view of them protecting the right of a fraudster ahead of protecting the public.’ Earlier this month Desai, 33, admitted a travel agency racket which police believe has claimed ‘hundreds’ of victims.
While bankrupt, she ran a travel business in the name of Nisha Patel peddling fake holidays – and wrote out bogus cheques of £220,000 from a cloned bank account when customers demanded money back.
(Let’s see, electroshock, beheading. Electroshock Vs. Beheading. Electroshock/beheading. Yemen by Islamic standards is quite ‘progressive’!)
A formerly Muslim woman who embraced Christianity has been sentenced by the Yemeni court to compulsory confinement and medication in the psychiatric hospital of the town of Al Hadidah, reports the Salam1 information portal. According to the press, the 30-year-old lawyer, Fatima Mohammad As-Salem decided to abandon Islam after the slaughter committed by Al Qaeda in the capital’s “Al Ardi” hospital, leaving about 200 victims. However, following the dissemination by the television and papers of the “sensation”, Yemeni top brass, by the default judgment of the court, arrested Fatima in the town of Bajil and sent her for legal-psychiatric examination to the town of Al Hadidah, situated in the south-west of Yemen.
(Imagine reading this headline 20 years ago. Imagine the correctly directed outrage and the feminist groups that would be burning effigies of this person)
5. At last some of the speeches of the recent conference on Islam and society that took place in Australia are starting to appear online.
Here is one of them.
A secondary school in Birmingham has been accused of praising senior Al-Qaeda figure Anwar al-Awlaki during assemblies.
Two members of staff at Park View Academy claimed a senior colleague had endorsed the teachings of the now dead American-born leader of Al-Qaeda in Arabian Peninsula, and that a viewpoint politically sympathetic to the terrorist group had been promoted in an assembly.
The Department of Education confirmed that several schools in the area – thought to include Park View – are under investigation amid claims hard-line Muslims are trying to indoctrinate pupils.
Park View Academy denies the allegations, which were made by anonymous members of staff who were speaking to BBC Radio 4’s Today programme
Thank you UK Pete, EDL Buck, Yucki, Fjordman and all who sent in materials.