Posted on 14/02/2012 by matisak
Hazma Kashgari even faces a possible death sentence.
Filed under: Middle East, Politics, Society | Tagged: Freedom of Speech, Islam, Kristian Ulrichsen, Lisa Wynn, Politics, Religion, Saudi Arabia, Society, Toby Jones | Leave a comment »
Posted on 05/04/2011 by matisak
But what if he would be somewhere else, for example in the UK.
Filed under: Society | Tagged: Chara Bakalis, David Mead, Eric Heinze, Islam, Law, Quran, Religion, Rodney Austin, Terry Jones, United Kingdom, United States | 1 Comment »
Posted on 08/03/2011 by matisak
Experts: The West should listen to the Muslim women.
Filed under: Middle East, Politics, Society | Tagged: Afghanistan, Human rights, Islam, Jennifer Heath, John Esposito, MENA region, Middle East, Muslim world, Society, Women, women's rights | Leave a comment »
Posted on 21/02/2011 by matisak
Posted on 10/09/2010 by matisak
Of course it is just a speculation. But the fact is America is not ready for a Muslim President.
Filed under: Politics, Society, United States, US politics | Tagged: American Presidency, Barack Obama, Carl Raschke, Christianity, Daniel Dreisbach, Democrats, Douglas Laycock, GOP, Islam, Michael Coulter, Muqtedar Khan, Religion, Republicans, Society, United States, US politics | 1 Comment »
Posted on 27/08/2010 by matisak
Some opinions and ideas.
Filed under: Politics, Society, United States, US politics | Tagged: Barack Obama, Ground Zero, Islam, Michael Ledeen, Mid-term election, Mosque, Religion, Saeed Khan, Society, Tawfik Hamid, US society, Yvonne Haddad | Leave a comment »
Posted on 18/08/2010 by matisak
German authorities closed last week a Hamburg mosque where 9/11 plotters met. According to magazine Time a 2009 report from German Domestic intelligence estimated that there are 45 jihadists in the city with links to other violent Islamic extremists in Germany and abroad.
Filed under: Europe, Politics, Security, Society, Terrorism | Tagged: 9/11, al-Qaeda, Conflicts, Europe, Islam, John Schindler, Reinhard Schulze, Security, Security policy, Terrorism | Leave a comment »
Posted on 30/05/2007 by matisak
Malaysia’s highest court ruled that only the country’s Sharia Court could allow a Muslim convert Lina Joy remove the word Islam from her identity card. Malaysia’s constitution says all ethnic Malays are Muslim. And under Sharia law, Muslims are not allowed to convert.
Filed under: Asia, Politics, Society | Tagged: Asia, Christianity, Graham Brown, Islam, Lina Joy, Malaysia, Religion, Society | Leave a comment »