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Wafa Sultan on Sharia

Posted by Glezele Vayne on April 2, 2009

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THIS DAY April 2

Posted by Shiva on April 2, 2009

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A disfigured Ameneh Bahrami poses with a picture of her old self.

April 2, 2009: Tehran. Iran. A judge in Tehran, Iran, has officially sanctioned a blinded woman’s plea for vengeance by allowing her to blind the man who threw acid on her face five years ago. Majid Emovahedi attacked Ameneh Bahrami with sulphuric acid in September 2004 after the woman had repeatedly spurned his attempts at romance. Now Bahrami, who was blinded and grossly disfigured by the attack, will have the opportunity to repay her attacker.

“He will lie in front of me drugged,” Bahrami explained. “I will feel my way to his eyes and then drop 20 drops of acid in each eye.”

Bahrami, who has undergone 17 extensive facial surgeries in the aftermath of the attack and will never regain the use of her eyes, will stand over an anaesthetized Emovahedi as prison officials hold the man down. A doctor will be on site, holding open Emovahedi’s eyes to ensure the acid’s efficacy.

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Obama wants to reinstate slavery

Posted by avideditor on April 2, 2009

I do not think the American people will fall for it. But who knows?

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THIS DAY April 1

Posted by Shiva on April 2, 2009

On this day Main Events

April 1, 1946 The Malayan Union officially came into existence with Sir Edward Gent as its first governor. The capital of the Union was Kuala Lumpur.

Notice the sign is written in english and Arab,not Malay

The Malays/Moslems opposed the creation of the Union. The opposition was mainly due the erosion of the Sultans’ powers and the offering of citizenship to recent immigrants mainly the ethnic Chinese because their economic dominance was seen as a threat to the economic development of the Malays/moslems.
The United Malays National Organization, or UMNO, a Malay/moslem political association formed by Dato’ \Onn Jaafar on March 1, 1946, led the opposition against the Malayan Union.In the end, due to tremendous internal pressure inside the Malayan Union, the British finally conceded to the local opposition.
The Malayan Union ceased to exist on January 31, 1948. It was replaced by the Federation of Malaya (Persekutuan Tanah Melayu in Malay) which recognised the position of the Malays/Moslems as the definitive people of Malaya as well as outlining stricter conditions on the granting of citizenship.
Malaysia has never, the same as Indonesia been moderate, both countries are in the Mekkan stage of Islamic developement,they are not ready for Medinian stage yet, but are progressing steadily as these cases prove
Case #1

KOTA KINABALU: A 24-year-old Muslim woman yesterday failed in her application to renounce Islam on the grounds that she did not practise the religion and was never given religious education.

Syariah High Court judge Jasri Nasip Matjakir said the applicant did not submit any concrete evidence that she was no longer a Muslim in action, behaviour or deed that could expel her from Islam.
In her affidavit, read by counsel Hamid Ismail, the Sino-Kadazan said her non-Muslim lifestyle would cause society to look down on her and she would be subjected to the judgment of the syariah court.
The applicant’s father was a Muslim while her mother, a Sino-Kadazan, converted when the couple got married.
Hamid said the basis of her application was under Article 11 of the Federal Constitution — that she had the right to choose her religion and must not be prevented from doing so by anyone.
This is as held by the Supreme Court in the case of Minister of Home Affairs, Malaysia and Anor v Jamaluddin bin Othman, 1989 1 MLJ 418.
The second basis was that Islamic law on apostasy is not applicable in Malaysia because there is no total application of Islamic law in Malaysia.
Jasri, in his judgment, said although the Federal Constitution did state that every individual deserved to choose his or her religion, it did not give authority to the syariah court to allow Muslims to renounce their religion. “The court can only decide whether one’s action is permissible according to Muslim laws.
“The reasons given by the applicant are based on fear of punishment which is against the teachings of Islam. Is fear a good enough reason?
“The court finds the reasons given are weak and not one that can be used as permissible to murtad (leave Islam).”

Case #2
Malaysia court halts baby boy’s conversion to Islam
Sat Mar 31, 2007
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – A Malaysian court has taken the rare step of ordering a Muslim man not to go ahead with plans to convert his baby son to Islam, pending a last-ditch legal effort by the Hindu mother to take custody of the boy.
The Court of Appeal, which usually defers jurisdiction in religious matters to Malaysia’s Islamic courts, granted the mother an injunction on Friday barring the father from converting their 1-year-old to Islam, local newspapers said on Saturday.
Once the boy is converted to Islam, the father could seek custody of him in an Islamic court. He did this last year with the couple’s elder son, aged 3, the papers said.
The legal battle highlights constitutional tensions over religion in mainly Muslim Malaysia: the charter assures freedom of religion but in practice non-Muslims have found no recourse to civil courts where questions of Islamic identity are involved.
Non-Muslims make up about 40 percent of the population and many refuse to submit to Islamic law. In 2005, the High Court ruled it could not intervene to stop state religious officials giving a man a Muslim burial against his Hindu widow’s wishes. She said he was Hindu but an Islamic court ruled he was Muslim.
In the latest case, the lawyer for the Hindu mother said an Islamic court might award custody of her younger son to the father before she could exhaust all her civil legal options.
“If the injunction is not granted, the wife’s right will be over-reached before the appeal is heard in the Federal Court and it will cause severe injustice,” state news agency Bernama quoted the lawyer, Malik Imtiaz Sarwar, as telling the Court of Appeal.
“There is also the possibility that the father will convert the second child. The threat is substantial.”
But the injunction may be only a brief legal victory for the mother, R. Subashini, who married under Hindu rites in 2001.
The Court of Appeal ruled earlier this month that the father had the right to go to the Islamic court to have his marriage dissolved and to seek custody of the younger son.
The injunction granted on Friday applies only until the mother can persuade the Federal Court to hear her appeal against the Court of Appeal’s March 13 ruling.

THE Pussycat Dolls have been fined for being too sexy.

April 1, 2008 The girl group – famed for their raunchy routines – must pay $3400 for flashing body parts during a concert in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 2007.

During the routine, Carmit Bachar, who has since left the group, exposed a breast while Ashley Roberts was accused of revealing her private parts after her tiny pair of shorts left little to the imagination.Promoters Absolute Entertainment were fined for allowing their act to perform “sexually suggestive” routines in the strict Muslim country.The penalty was imposed by the council which manages the Kuala Lumpur suburb where the event took place.The fine followed a complaint from Malaysia’s culture minister Rais Yatim, who said the group’s concert featured “scantily dressed performers” and “sensuous elements”.He added: “I believe the way the Pussycat Dolls behaved on stage amounted to gross indecency,”Under the country’s Muslim laws, a female performer must be covered from her shoulders to her knees.Jumping, shouting or throwing of objects onstage or at the audience are all also banned.

It damned hilarious that some men can go completely bonkers over a little tit or pussy

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