News items for April 22 2014 – 1

1. Please read this update from GoV on Nevada and the situation on the ground.

(I have been having difficulty with the above link not working. Copy past this to the browser if it doesn’t work please    )

2. Could this be why Paris wants all the Gypsies expelled from Paris and possibly France? 

3. Russkiy was kind enough to translate the relevant bits of the recent Al-Qeada video that appeared last week on Youtube from a large meeting in Yemen. We omitted all the prayers, supplications, invocations and incantations that take up most of the video and just translated the bit that matters below:

(In a way this video is kind of funny when you think about what happened today in Yemen. Thank you Russkiy for the translation)

4. Pakistan: How the Blasphemy Law Really Works

It [is] a travesty of justice that more than 3,000 people who burned the Christian neighbourhood in Lahore were free, while one man who was tried for a disputed charge was sentenced to death.

He said Pakistan’s administration, police, military and courts want to contribute to their religion by somehow punishing the non-Muslims.

Sawan Masih, a poor Pakistani Christian who had been working as a sanitary worker in a section of Lahore surrounded by factories, was accused during the course of a conversation with a Muslim friend of insulting the Prophet Mohammed on March 6, 2013.

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  1. USA – Saudi man, 20, wanted in Stafford is arrested

    A man accused of sexual assault in Stafford County over the weekend was arrested Sunday as he was getting on a plane bound for Saudi Arabia, police said.

    Hamad Mastour Alsuwat, 20, a Saudi citizen, is charged in Stafford with object sexual penetration, a felony that carries a potential life sentence.

    According to Stafford Sheriff’s Office spokesman Bill Kennedy, the charge against Alsuwat stems from an incident Saturday at a county residence.

    Deputy Thomas Grasso responded to the home and learned that a 17-year-old female resident had been sexually assaulted.

    Alsuwat, who had been staying at the home as a foreign exchange student was gone when Grasso arrived.

    After determining that Alsuwat was a foreign exchange student, Detective Tim Covington contacted the Department of Homeland Security.

    Agents with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection later intercepted Alsuwat at Dulles International Airport as he was boarding a flight to his home country.

    After verifying that he was the subject of the Stafford warrant, federal authorities turned Alsuwat over to Metropolitan Washington Airport Authority police for extradition.

    Alsuwat was in the Loudoun Adult Detention Center Monday night. It was not clear when he would be returned to Stafford.

    Kennedy said no further information will be released regarding the incident because of the sensitive nature of the investigation.

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