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Arms for US embassy seized in Pakistan: report

Headley dodges Indian investigators with law

Police officials’ hand in Lahore mosque attacks?

To keep eye on Muslims, UK installs cameras

Egyptian men married to Israelis may lose citizenship

Pakistan's mosques, media and intolerance

Pakistan hikes defence spending by 17% to $5 billion

Islamic finance urged to make inroads into CIS countries

Thousands protest in London against Israel

Protests in Europe continue, anger on Israel raid unabated

Pak School Expels Boy For Marriage

India granted access to Headley: US national security adviser

Israel takes control of second aid ship

Only 4 mercy pleas with Prez

Pakistani militants behead Afghan man for 'spying'

Gaza blockade runners transferred to airport: Israel

A Pre-Emptive Strike Against Sharia Law

 ‘Pak Terror Real Concern’

Orakzai strikes kill 25 militants

Girls school without teachers for 20 years

Third candidate from Iraqi coalition killed 

Flotilla attack: Israeli military, politicians play blame-game

Cyclone Phet kills 15 in Oman

Yemeni officer, soldier die in Qaeda ambush

Jirga shows the way ahead

Nothing divine in child marriage

Woman in Islam

Pakistani Scholar Urges Ummah To Follow Foot Steps of Imam Khomeini

Muslim World will support Erdogan sail to Gaza

Compiled by: New Age Islam News Bureau

URL: http://www.newageislam.com/islamic-world-news/arms-for-us-embassy-seized-in-pakistan--report/d/2955

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Arms for US embassy seized in Pakistan: report

Islamabad: Suspicious luggage containing bulletproof jackets and weapons allegedly belonging to the US embassy was seized by police in Islamabad, a media report said.

Islamabad police on Saturday intercepted at the Zero Point picket here a suspicious vehicle which was found to be carrying cargo comprising M-16 rifles and magazines; 9 mm pistols and magazines, several pistol pouches, compasses, radio sets, maps, knives, and other army articles, The Nation quoted sources as saying.

The two carriers -- identified as Noushad and Lal Badshah -- were arrested and during questioning disclosed that they were transporting these weapons to the US embassy, the paper said quoting sources close to the investigation.

The accused told the police that they had nothing to do with the weapons. "The US embassy has just hired our services to transport this luggage," the police quoted them as saying.

The newspaper report also said that a number of officials of the US embassy tried hard to secure the release of the weapons but the police refused to oblige.

According to the report, the consignment was meant for one Gustovo Ritschl of the US army. However, the accused did not have any permission from the US embassy authorities.

Police sources said they also recovered "hundreds of pouches" of different weapons besides body armour, CDs, cell phones and sunglasses.

http://ibnlive.in.com/news/arms-for-us-embassy-seized-in-pakistan-report/122645-2.html

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Headley dodges Indian investigators with law

Agencies

Washington: Pakistani-American terror suspect David Coleman Headley, who allegedly acted as a scout for militants who plotted the Mumbai terror attacks, is not cooperating with Indian authorities interrogating him in Chicago.

Sources tell CNN-IBN Headley has been stalling officials of the National Investigation Agency (NIA), giving them incomplete replies. Headley is using the terms of his plea bargain and use the Fifth Amendment, an American law which permits him to not implicate himself in a criminal investigation, to dodge questions put to him.

Headley, an alleged supporter of the Pakistani militant group Lashkar-e-Toiba, struck a deal with US authorities in a plea bargain that saved him from the death penalty and extradition to India. The plea agreement had, however, said Headley would cooperate with foreign authorities but can be interviewed by them only on the US soil.

A PTI report filed on Saturday said the NIA team is headed by Loknath Behera and it includes two Superintendents of Police and a special public prosecutor.

The spokesman for the US embassy neither confirmed nor denied the incident, the report said.

The police have registered a case. This is the third FIR registered against US embassy personnel, the report said.

http://ibnlive.in.com/news/headley-dodges-indian-investigators-with-law/122749-2.html

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Police officials’ hand in Lahore mosque attacks?

Jun 6, 2010

LAHORE: Pakistani investigators probing last Friday’s ghastly terror attacks on two Ahmadiyya mosques in Lahore’s Garhi Shahu and Model Town areas have got some crucial leads in the case which point fingers towards the involvement of some police officials deployed at both places of worship.

According to sources, Muaaz, the militant who was nabbed alive during the terror siege, has revealed several important facts which has now led the investigators to believe that certain security officials were acting as facilitators to the terrorists.

Muaaz said he and his other aides were directed to follow instructions from a man named Rana. He revealed that Rana left them a few yards from the Model Town mosque and told them that he will return soon.

“Rana returned in less than 10 minutes and was carrying two sacks full of weapons on his motorcycle, which he handed over us and directed us to start the operation,” the Daily Times quoted Muaaz, as revealing. Considering that the terrorists commuted to and from the target places in such little time and with such ease, bypassing several police pickets on their way, the role of police officials in the terror attacks has certainly come under scanner.

Investigations into the Jinnah Hospital attack earlier this week also revealed that a terrorist received a bullet injury in his leg, however, he managed to escape from the main entrance of the hospital.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/World/Pakistan/Police-officials-hand-in-Lahore-mosque-attacks/articleshow/6016121.cms

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To keep eye on Muslims, UK installs cameras

Jun 6, 2010

LONDON: Britain’s anti-terrorism authority has installed hundreds of surveillance cameras in two Muslim-dominated areas to track people’s movements and check crime.

About 150 automatic numberplate recognition (ANPR) cameras have been installed in Birmingham’s two areas — Washwood Heath and Sparkbrook — to help counterterrorism police tackle anti-social behaviour, vehicles and drug related crimes.

Police sources said the initiative, codenamed Project Champion, is the first of its kind in Britain that seeks to monitor a population seen as “at risk” of extremism.

The project has principally been sold to locals but the cameras have been paid for by a £3 million grant from the Terrorism and Allied Matters Fund, which is administered by the Association of Chief Police Officers.

Full report at:

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/uk/To-keep-eye-on-Muslims-UK-installs-cameras/articleshow/6016110.cms

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Egyptian men married to Israelis may lose citizenship

Jun 6, 2010

CAIRO: A top court here on Saturday directed the government to take necessary steps to strip Egyptian men married to Israelis of their citizenship as it upheld an earlier ruling over the issue amid growing resentment against the Jewish state.

In a ruling that cannot be appealed, Judge Mohammed al-Husseini of the Supreme Administrative Court on Saturday upheld last year's verdict of a lower court that the interior minister must look into the cases of Egyptian men married to Israeli women, and their children, in order to "take the necessary steps to strip them of their nationality."

The court asked the government to consider each case separately.

Full report at:

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/middle-east/Egyptian-men-married-to-Israelis-may-lose-citizenship/articleshow/6016723.cms

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Pakistan's mosques, media and intolerance

By Zeeshan Haider

Jun 6, 2010

Pakistan has been fighting Islamist militants for years, but tough measures are needed to overturn a system breeding religious intolerance after the long failure of authorities to confront mullahs and hardline groups.

Analysts say the notion of religious mistrust is deeply entrenched in the predominatly Muslim country -- even in the school system -- and it is now up to leaders to mobilise public.

Last week's massacre in the city of Lahore of more than 80 Ahmadis - a minority religious sect deemed non-Muslim and heretical by the constitution - has generated a heated debate in Pakistan, a U.S. ally, on how to tackle the issue.

Full report at:

http://in.reuters.com/article/idINIndia-49068420100605

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Pakistan hikes defence spending by 17% to $5 billion

Jun 6, 2010

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan raised its spending on defence by 17 per cent to 442.2 billion rupees ($5.18 billion) for the 2010/11 fiscal year (July-June), according to an official budget document.

The government raised its total tax revenue target to 1.78 trillion rupees, compared with 1.48 trillion rupees in the year ending June 30.

Inflation for fiscal year 2010/11 is targeted at 9.5 per cent, compared with the State Bank of Pakistan's forecast of average inflation of between 11.5 per cent and 12.5 per cent for the year ending June 30.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/pakistan/Pakistan-hikes-defence-spending-by-17-to-5-billion/articleshow/6015337.cms

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Islamic finance urged to make inroads into CIS countries

06/06/2010

Speaking recently in Russia at the Moscow Forum for Islamic Finance & Investments, Mark Smyth, Executive Director at Dubai-based Amanie Islamic Finance Consultancy and Education (AIFCE), highlighted the huge potential in Russia as well as the other CIS countries such as Kazakhstan.

"In an effort to grow the Islamic Finance industry, the world-renowned Shariah scholar Dr Mohammed Daud Bakar has urged industry professionals to expand into untapped geographical markets such as Russia and other CIS countries. There is growing demand from financial institutions there, which represents an excellent grass roots opportunity," said Smyth.

Full report at:

http://www.ameinfo.com/234472.html

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Thousands protest in London against Israel

06 Jun, 2010

LONDON, June 5: Several thousand people gathered outside Downing Street in London on Saturday for an angry protest against the killings of nine unarmed world peace activists on board the Gaza aid flotilla by Israeli armed forces in the international waters of the Mediterranean this week.

The killings of unarmed world peace activists of Gaza-bound aid flotilla had exposed the real faces of the state of Israel and its successive governments and it was felt by the world community that they (Israelis) have had no respect of international law and human rights.

Waving flags and placards and chanting loudly against the state of Israel and its government, protesters urged the British government to step up pressure on Israel following the deadly commando raid on the Gaza-bound aid ships.

Full report at:

http://www.dawn.com/wps/wcm/connect/dawn-content-library/dawn/the-newspaper/international/thousands-protest-in-london-against-israel-660

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Protests in Europe continue, anger on Israel raid unabated

Jun 06 2010

Paris: Thousands protested across Europe on Saturday against the killing of nine activists during a botched raid on an aid fleet, as Israel peacefully boarded another ship attempting to defy its blockade of Gaza.

Angry protestors, chanting anti-Israeli slogans and waving Palestinian and Turkish flags took to the streets of Istanbul, London, Dublin and Paris as well as a string of other French cities, following Monday's deadly assault.

Demonstrators branded Israel a "murderer", demanded that it lift its blockade and vowed that the deaths of the nine activists would not be in vain.

Full report at:

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/protests-in-europe-continue-anger-on-israel-raid-unabated/630123/

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Pak School Expels Boy For Marriage

Jun 06th, 2010

A Pakistani pupil has been expelled from his private school for getting married on the sly because teachers believe marital relations are inappropriate playground talk. Ghairat Khan, a bearded seventh grader, is registered as 13 years old and attends classes at the English-language Peshawar Model School with 12 and 13-year-old boys, but insisted that he is 18.

It can be common for children to fall back several years at school in parts of Pakistan and Khan said he married his 16-year-old cousin because his father died and his mother was ill with asthma. Under civil law in Pakistan, boys can marry at 18 and girls 16, but under Islamic law, younger unions are permitted with parental consent.

http://www.asianage.com/international/pak-school-expels-boy-marriage-332

 

 

India granted access to Headley: US national security adviser

Jun 6, 2010

WASHINGTON: India has been given access to David Coleman Headley, Pakistani-American LeT operative who has confessed to his role in the Mumbai attacks, US national security adviser James Jones said on Saturday.

"Yes access (to Headley) has been given. This is an ongoing process and I don't have any detailed information that will be helpful except to say that it is in the hands of right professionals from both countries," Jones said at his White House office.

"We have fulfilled our commitment," he said. However, Jones did not have detailed information about how and when a team of visiting Indian investigators was given access to Headley, who is being held in Chicago.

Full report at:

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/India/India-granted-access-to-Headley-US-national-security-adviser/articleshow/6013924.cms

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Israel takes control of second aid ship

Jun 6, 2010

JERUSALEM: Israeli forces seized a Gaza-bound aid vessel swiftly and without meeting resistance on Saturday, preventing it from breaking a naval blockade of the Hamas-ruled territory days after a similar effort turned bloody.

Israel has faced mounting international pressure to lift the blockade since Monday’s deadly confrontation aboard a Turkish aid vessel headed for Gaza. But it stood by the embargo — which it says is needed to prevent the Islamic militant group from getting weapons — even as the Obama administration called the current restrictions “unsustainable”.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu defended the blockade in remarks following the takeover, saying it was meant to keep weapons out of the hands of the Iranian-backed Hamas and he would “not allow the establishment of an Iranian port in Gaza”.

Full report at:

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/middle-east/Israel-takes-control-of-second-aid-ship/articleshow/6016099.cms

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Only 4 mercy pleas with Prez

Jun 6, 2010

NEW DELHI: The fate of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru and 24 others hangs in the balance as the Centre deliberates over the mercy petitions that have come before it in the last two decades.

The Delhi government on Friday sent Guru’s case file to the home ministry with its view, lobbing the ball in the Centre’s court.

According to data available through RTI, 24 of the pending 29 petitions are with the President’s secretariat.

However, when home minister P Chidambaram took over, he had announced that all pending cases would be reviewed and resubmitted to the President. So far, the ministry has sent four petitions including that of Gurmeet Singh from Uttar Pradesh accused of killing 13 people.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/India/Only-4-mercy-pleas-with-Prez/articleshow/6016389.cms

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Pakistani militants behead Afghan man for 'spying'

Jun 6, 2010

ISLAMABAD: Unidentified militants beheaded a 60-year-old Afghan man for allegedly "spying" for the US military based in neighbouring Afghanistan, media reports said.

The body, identified as that of Wadeen, was found in Darpa Khel village, five km from Miranshah, in North Waziristan tribal area bordering Afghanistan, Xinhua reported citing a statement in the Daily Times.

A piece of paper found near the body said the man was beheaded was spying for the US and that anyone else doing the same "would meet the same fate".

In February this year, Taliban militants beheaded three men including two Afghans in Mir Ali area in North Waziristan, accusing them of spying for the US.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/World/Pakistan/Pakistani-militants-behead-Afghan-man-for-spying-/articleshow/6016467.cms

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Gaza blockade runners transferred to airport: Israel

Jun 6, 2010

JERUSALEM: Pro-Palestinian activists who tried to break the Israeli blockade of the Gaza Strip have been transferred to Ben Gurion international airport for deportation Sunday, an Israeli spokeswoman said.

The expulsion of the 11 activists and eight crew from the Rachel Corrie aid ship, including Nobel Peace Prize winner Mairead Maguire, has been delayed by their "refusal to sign a waiver of an appeal against such a measure before Israeli courts," said an Israeli immigration service spokeswoman.

"We are trying to convince all of the passengers and members of the crew to sign the document. Otherwise, in accordance with the law, they risk having to wait up to 72 hours for a judge to decide their fate," she added.

Full report at:

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/World/Middle-East/Gaza-blockade-runners-transferred-to-airport-Israel-/articleshow/6016393.cms

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A Pre-Emptive Strike Against Sharia Law

By Mark Schlachtenhaufen

06/06/2010

EDMOND -- State lawmakers say it`s a pre-emptive strike against Sharia law, needed to prevent here what has happened in the United Kingdom.

An Islamic leader says it`s another example of a rising tide of anti-Islamic bigotry in America.

State Question 755, which likely will be on the ballot in November, would make in-state courts rely on federal and state laws when deciding cases and forbid courts from using international law or Sharia law when making rulings.

The proposal, which has an Edmond connection, would amend Article 7, Section 1 of the Oklahoma Constitution, and stems from House Joint Resolution 1056, dubbed the "Save Our State" amendment, passed during the just-finished legislative session...

State Rep. Rex Duncan, R-Sand Springs, primary author of HJR 1056, said Oklahoma is the first state to pass such legislation and he hopes other states will follow.

Full report at:

http://thesop.org/story/religion/2010/06/05/a-preemptive-strike-against-sharia-law.php

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‘Pak Terror Real Concern’

Jun 06th, 2010

Describing terrorism emanating from Pakistani soil as “real concerns”, foreign secretary Nirupama Rao said the issue is part of the Indo-Pak foreign minister level dialogue which resumes next month.

The parleys primarily aim at “bridging” the “trust deficit” between the two South Asian neighbours.

“There are very real concerns about terrorism emanating from the soil of Pakistan that is being directed against India. It forms very much the part of the dialogue that we are conducting and hope to take forward with Pakistan,” Ms Rao told in response to a question at an event organised by the Brookings Institute — a Washington-based think-tank — and the Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Reiterating the government of India position, Ms Rao said New Delhi is committed to resolve all its issues with Pakistan through dialogue. “The issues between India and Pakistan exits they have to be resolved through dialogue between India and Pakistan,” she said adding that there are very real outstanding issues that need resolution.

Full report at:

http://www.asianage.com/india/%E2%80%98pak-terror-real-concern%E2%80%99-336

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Orakzai strikes kill 25 militants

06 Jun, 2010

KALAYA, June 5: At least 25 militants were killed and 18 others received injuries during air strikes and clashes with security forces in different areas of Orakzai Agency on Saturday, officials said.

They said that several hideouts of the militants were also destroyed during the clashes. However, Taliban rejected the claims and alleged that security forces had bombed civilians.

Official sources said that jetfighters and helicopters pounded suspected positions in Sera Mela, Tooti Mela, Shaker Tangi, and Safel Darra areas of Orakzai. Earlier, militants attacked security forces in Talo Ser and Shahukhel areas.

Exchange of fire between them continued for more than three hours. An official said that two security posts came under attack and the troops retaliated. Soldiers have occupied hilltops in the area from where suspected positions were being targeted.

Full report at:

http://www.dawn.com/wps/wcm/connect/dawn-content-library/dawn/the-newspaper/national/orakzai-strikes-kill-25-militants-660

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Girls school without teachers for 20 years

By Mohammad Ashfaq

06 Jun, 2010

PESHAWAR, June 5: The successive governments have failed to provide teachers to a government girls’ primary school in Maira Urmar Miana area despite the fact that it was built in 1989-90

The school building spreading over two kanals of land, is in dilapidated condition with broken floor and fallen boundary walls. The owner of the land, who had given it free of cost to get a class-IV job at the school, has grown old but without a job.

The Maira Urmar Miana is located some 15 kilometers from the capital city while the school consists of two rooms, two toilets and a veranda.

A resident of the locality told Dawn that when the government started construction work on the school, the villagers were very happy that they would be able to admit their daughters to the school. But the education department shattered their dreams of seeing their daughters educated as it didn’t bother to appoint teachers for the school in the last 20 years, he further said.

Full report at:

http://www.dawn.com/wps/wcm/connect/dawn-content-library/dawn/the-newspaper/national/girls-school-without-teachers-for-20-years-660

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Third candidate from Iraqi coalition killed

06 Jun, 2010

BAGHDAD, June 5: Gunmen killed a third candidate on Saturday from the coalition that won the most seats in Iraq’s March parliamentary election, a slaying that the alliance said was part of a politically motivated campaign of assassinations.

Gunmen broke into Faris Jassim Al-Jubouri’s house in a village about 35km west of the northern city of Mosul at dawn and shot him multiple times, according to police and a morgue official. They spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorised to speak publicly about the killing.

“This assassination is part of series of assassinations targeting members of the Iraqiya list, definitely for political reasons,” said party spokeswoman Maysoun Damlouji.

Full report at:

http://www.dawn.com/wps/wcm/connect/dawn-content-library/dawn/the-newspaper/international/third-candidate-from-iraqi-coalition-killed-660

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Flotilla attack: Israeli military, politicians play blame-game

Jun 06 2010

Jerusalem: Amid mounting global criticism, Israel's military and political leadership are at loggerheads blaming each other for the bungled operation against the Gaza aid flotilla that left nine people dead and dozens injured.

Insufficient intelligence available for the operation, which was carried out by elite Naval commandos on May 31, also raised eyebrows on Israel's spy agency Mossad's role for failing to properly judge the situation.

Though Israel has been putting up a brave front outwardly justifying its raid on the ship on the grounds of preserving its autonomy, but each of the two sides – political leadership and military -- suspects the other of trying to blame it for the fiasco and consequent crisis, daily 'Ha'aretz' reported on Sunday.

Full report at:

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/flotilla-attack-israeli-military-politicians-play-blamegame/630149/

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Cyclone Phet kills 15 in Oman

6 June 2010

The toll from Cyclone Phet, which battered Oman on Friday before barrelling towards Pakistan on Saturday, has risen to 15, with 13 more deaths reported in the sultanate, a civil defence force official said.

A car drives through flood waters brought about by Cyclone Phet in Muscat. Oman LNG has resumed production on Saturday after it was shut down on Friday when Cyclone Phet hit Oman’s coast. – Reuters

In Pakistan, some 60,000 people have been evacuated from the south coast to safer areas.

Among those dead in Oman was a civil defence official who died while on a rescue operation.

Royal Oman Police (ROP) sources said the official, who has not been identified yet, drowned while he was trying to save a family trapped in flash flood waters in Rustaq area in Batinah region.

Full report at:

http://www.khaleejtimes.com/DisplayArticle08.asp?xfile=data/middleeast/2010/June/middleeast_June225.xml&section=middleeast

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Yemeni officer, soldier die in Qaeda ambush

6 June 2010

 SANAA - Gunmen suspected of belonging to al Qaeda killed a senior army officer and a soldier when they ambushed their convoy in Yemen’s eastern province of Maarib on Saturday, a government official said.

Two other officers and one soldier were injured in Saturday’s attack, which occurred as they were returning from a security mission in the troubled province, the official said.

“Battalion leader Mohamed Saleh al-Shaief was killed in an ambush by gunmen believed to be members of al Qaeda,” the official told Reuters.

Also in Maarib, senior al Qaeda member Ghaleb al-Zaydi who was on Sanaa’s top wanted list gave himself up to the authorities, according to a government official. Zaydi is accused of providing shelter to al Qaeda members in Maarib.

Full report at:

http://www.khaleejtimes.com/DisplayArticle08.asp?xfile=data/middleeast/2010/June/middleeast_June226.xml&section=middleeast

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Jirga shows the way ahead

6 June 2010

Afghan tribal elders have suggested the obvious. Urging President Hamid Karzai to immediately open a line of communication with the Taleban, the jirga has at least hinted at a way out of the mess. On the conclusion of the three-day national peace talks in Kabul, tribesmen were unanimous in asking the government to offer amnesty and job incentives to induce militants to give up arms.

This is in contrast to the approach that the fragile government in Kabul is exercising, by concentrating on capturing and eliminating all those who differ with the order of the day. Karzai must heed to this piece of advice, as the trigger-happy approach and successive hunt-and-flush operations have only led to chaos and conflict in the region.

Full report at:

http://www.khaleejtimes.com/displayarticle.asp?xfile=data/editorial/2010/June/editorial_June11.xml&section=editorial&col=

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Nothing divine in child marriage

By ZAINAH ANWAR

06/06/2010

Early marriage can have serious harmful consequences for children. The figures show that is a problem that crosses all races and states, raising many disturbing questions that need to be answered.

Two months ago, there was public outcry over the marriage of two little girls, aged 10 and 11 to much older men in Kelantan. It was two too many. But now the 2009 data on pre-marital HIV screening, mandatory for all Malay Muslim couples wanting to get married, shows that this problem is more prevalent than expected.

Data in the 2010 progress report to the United Nations on HIV in Malaysia prepared by the Ministry of Health reveals shocking statistics on the number of Muslim girls under the age of 14 who have undergone pre-marital HIV screening in order to get married.

Full report at:

http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2010/6/6/focus/6406864&sec=focus

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Woman in Islam

By Ustadz Haron Magadapa

06/06/2010

In the midst of the darkness that engulfed the world, the divine revelation echoed in the wide desert of Arabia with a fresh, noble universal message to humanity: O mankind, keep your duty to your Lord who created you from a single soul and from it created its mates (of same kind). From their twain has spread a multitude of men and women (al – Qur'an, 4:1).

The spiritual aspect, The Qur'an provides clear-cut evidence that women are completely equal with men in the sight of God in terms of rights and responsibilities.

The Qur'an states:

“Every soul will be (held) in pledge for its deeds.” (al – Qur'an, 74:38).

“Whoever works righteous, man or woman, and has faith, verily to him we give a new life that is good and pure, and we will bestow on such their reward according to the best of their actions. (al – Qur'an ,16:97) see also (4:124).

Full report at:

http://globalnation.inquirer.net/cebudailynews/opinion/view/20100606-274134/Woman-in-Islam

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Pakistani Scholar Urges Ummah to Follow Foot Steps of Imam Khomeini

06/06/2010

Chairman Provincial Peace Committee Syed Azhar Bukhari on Saturday urged Ummah leadership to follow the footsteps of Imam Khomeini to counter anti-Islam western drive.

Talking to IRNA, he said that Muslims of the whole world should be proud of a great leader like Imam Khomeini, founder of the Islamic Revolution.

"Imam Khomeini is a leader who needs no introduction, he defeated the dictatorship in Iran with his determination", said the religious scholar.

Syed Azhar Bukhari stated that Imam Khomeini has constantly been a source of inspiration for the Muslim all over the world. “Imam Khomeini gave a true concept of Islam”, he added.

He viewed that Imam Khomeini gave his entire life to the Revolution and that is why people respect him.

Full report at:

http://abna.ir/data.asp?lang=3&id=190910

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Muslim World will support Erdogan sail to Gaza

06/06/2010

Tehran (UNN) Muslim World will fully supprrt if Turkesh Leader Mr Erdogan break the barrier imposed against Gaza by Israel, Deputy Secretary General and Coordinator for Diplomatic and International Affairs of PML(Z)said in Tehran.

Talking with Irani news service Faisal Muhammed who

has an diplomatic observer status in "Observer Islamic Countries" said Israel must understand the world public opinion correctly otherwise world Community have right "use force" Israel to lift the siege on Gaza and respect human rights as a condition for its acceptance into any international organization.

Israeli officials dismissed the statement observer islamic countries regarding Erdogan visiting the Gaza Strip with the flotilla, describing it as unrealistic.

http://www.unnindia.com/english/story.php?Id=6555

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