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Norway Police Query Bow-And-Arrow Killer's Muslim Faith, Danish Citizen Espen Andersen Brathen Did Not Take The Conversion Seriously

New Age Islam News Bureau

17 October 2021

 

Espen Andersen Brathen, a Danish citizen

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• Norway Police Query Bow-And-Arrow Killer's Muslim Faith, Danish Citizen Espen Andersen Brathen Did Not Take The Conversion Seriously

• Taliban Pledge To Enhance Security At Shia Mosques After The Second Daesh Attack

• Confronting Crimes Against Humanity Is Route To Justice, Saudi Official Asserts At UN Committee Meeting

• Iran Warns Of Divisive Plots By Islamic Ummah’s Enemies In Afghanistan

• Cross-LoC Infiltration And Drone Pistol Deliveries Scale Up Violence In Valley

 

Europe

• Norwegian police now doubt Islamist motive for Kongsberg attacks

• Kongsberg attack: Norwegian police cast doubt on Islamist motive

• Maajid Nawaz: Muslims in Southend-on-Sea know and love Sir David Amess

• Southend’s Muslim community condemns killing of Sir David Amess

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South Asia

• Muslims, Hindus protest amid communal violence in Bangladesh

• Afghanistan: Mass funeral for victims of Kandahar mosque attack

• Thailand to hold virtual contest on occasion of birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad and Unity Week

• Taliban Discovers The Limits Of Islamic Airline Economics

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Arab world

• Saudi Removes Social Distancing Stickers In Grand Mosque

• 'Art And Architecture Series' Showcases Distinct Features Of Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

• Saudi scouts share their experiences with global peers

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Mideast

• Iran Calls for Shia-Sunni Unity to Thwart Divisive Plots by Muslims' Foes

• Iran’s Revolutionary Guard has key role in state-backed hack surge, Google warns

• Ex-Major Says Iran Planned Honey Trap To Abduct Him In Turkey

• China supports resumption of Iran nuclear negotiations: Foreign minister

• Mosque preachers in Yemen call for active participation in commemoration of Prophet’s birthday

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India

• Narcotic Drug Menace Is The Enemy, Not The Rheas Or Aryans!

• Moghul Masjid, Earlier Known As The Iranian Masjid, A Testimony To Bombay’s Iranian Connect

• AIMPLB Plans Public Meet Next Week On ‘Exploring Solutions To Contemporary Problems In The Light Of Seerah In Hyderabad

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Southeast Asia

• Entersarawak Application Required For All Non-Sarawakians, SDMC Clarifies

• You’re endangering others, PM Ismail Sabri tells unvaccinated teachers

• Guan Eng says willing to testify in court against govt’s ‘unconstitutional’ decision requiring  51pc Bumiputera equity in logistics companies

• Malaysian nabbed as Australian police seize record A$104m heroin shipment

• Anwar asked to assist in MACC’s probe into Pandora Papers

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Pakistan

• PM Urges Nation To Celebrate Eid-e-Milad In Unprecedented Way

• SC moved against those named in Pandora Papers

• 1.2m Patients Survived Covid Since Outbreak In Pakistan

• Fazl asks PDM members to take to streets

• ISI chief to be appointed before 22nd, says Sheikh Rashid

• Accused in Noor murder case charged with 15 grave crimes

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North America

• ‘The Community Is Our Priority’: Hundreds Attend Muslim Sisters Of Staten Island’s Inaugural Day Of Dignity

• Theatre lights on for Mecca Productions

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Africa

• Central African Republic Leader Offers Cease-fire To Rebels

• Up to 17 US missionaries and family kidnapped in Haiti

• Boko Haram and migration crisis in Nigeria

Compiled by New Age Islam News Bureau

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Norway Police Query Bow-And-Arrow Killer's Muslim Faith, Danish Citizen Espen Andersen Brathen Did Not Take The Conversion Seriously

The New Arab Staff

16 October 2021

 

Police at the scene of the Extra store involved in the bow-and-arrow attack, in Kongsberg, Norway, October 15, 2021. (Terje Bendiksby / AP)

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 Norwegian police on Saturday cast doubt on the narrative that the perpetrator of a bow-and-arrow attack that left five people dead was a serious convert to Islam.

Police inspector Per Thomas Omholt told reporters the ongoing investigations had reinforced the idea that the suspect, Danish citizen Espen Andersen Brathen who has admitted the killings, had mental health issues.

However "the thinking is that he did not take (the conversion) very seriously. By this we mean that he did not follow or practise the traditions that are common in this culture and religion," the inspector said.

Website Nettavisen has published a video Brathen allegedly posted to social media in 2017, in which he issued a "warning" and declared his Muslim faith.

"All the indications are that he chose his victims at random" and acted alone, Omholt said, describing Brathen as "not very social".

The police also named the dead: Andrea Meyer, 52, Hanne Merethe Englund, 56, Liv Berit Borge, 75, Gunnar Erling Sauve, 75 and Gun Marith Madsen, 78.

The three people injured, who have not been identified, have all been released from hospital.

Source: English.Alaraby

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Taliban Pledge To Enhance Security At Shia Mosques After The Second Daesh Attack

By News desk

October 17, 2021

 

(Javed Tanver/AFP via Getty Images)

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Taliban authorities pledged to step up security at Shia mosques after the second Daesh attack in a week on worshippers killed more than 40 people in the Afghan city of Kandahar on Friday.

Daesh claimed responsibility for the attack on the Fatima mosque in Kandahar which saw a group of suicide bombers shoot their way into the mosque before blowing themselves up among the worshippers.

The head of Kandahar police said units would be assigned to protect the Shia mosques which have so far been guarded by local volunteer forces with special permission to carry weapons.

“Unfortunately they could not protect this area and in future we will assign special security guards for the protection of mosques and Madrasas,” he said in a statement posted on Twitter by a Taliban spokesman.

Meanwhile, the militant Islamic State group on Saturday claimed responsibility for a suicide bomb attack on a Shia mosque in the southern Afghan city of Kandahar that killed at least 41 people and injured scores more.

In a statement released on its Telegram channels, the group said two Islamic State suicide bombers carried out separate attacks on different parts of the mosque in Kandahar.

The group, a bitter rival of the Taliban, which swept back to power in Afghanistan in August as the United States and its allies withdrew, regards Shia Muslims as heretics.

Source: Pak Observer

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Confronting Crimes Against Humanity Is Route To Justice, Saudi Official Asserts At UN Committee Meeting

SPA

October 17, 2021

NEW YORK: Saudi Arabia has reiterated that confronting crimes against humanity and combating impunity from punishment is a noble objective to achieve justice and the rule of law because such crimes are among the most dangerous crimes for the international community.

This came during a speech delivered by Nidaa Abu Ali, head of the legal committee in the Kingdom’s permanent delegation at the UN, at the 76th session of the UN General Assembly.

Abu Ali stressed the need to implement the principle of accountability and put an end to the impunity from punishment of the perpetrators of these crimes. She stressed the Kingdom’s support for justice following the international agreements signed within the framework of the UN Charter and international law.

Regarding draft articles related to crimes against humanity, she said the Kingdom stresses the need to avoid developing new definitions that might cause confusion in interpreting these terms.

In addition, she stressed the importance of unifying the definitions stated in the relevant draft convention such as slavery, torture and forced disappearance of persons, following the relevant international conventions.

Reem Al-Omair, chairperson of the Economic and Financial Committee at the Kingdom’s permanent delegation at the UN, affirmed Saudi Arabia’s commitment to international cooperation to combat illicit financial flows and promote good practices regarding the recovery of financial assets.

Speaking in a general discussion of macroeconomic policies, she said that the programs and initiatives of the Saudi Vision 2030 contributed to enhancing transparency, developing policies and procedures and filling gaps to contain corruption.

Al-Omair said the Kingdom is keen to harness its potential and resources in the service of humanitarian issues in cooperation with the UN, its agencies and organizations and the international community.

Saudi Arabia has reiterated that confronting crimes against humanity and combating impunity from punishment is a noble objective to achieve justice and the rule of law because such crimes are among the most dangerous crimes for the international community.

This came during a speech delivered by Nidaa Abu Ali, head of the legal committee in the Kingdom’s permanent delegation at the UN, at the 76th session of the UN General Assembly. Abu Ali stressed the need to implement the principle of accountability and put an end to the impunity from punishment of the perpetrators of these crimes. She stressed the Kingdom’s support for justice following the international agreements signed within the framework of the UN Charter and international law.

Regarding draft articles related to crimes against humanity, she said the Kingdom stresses the need to avoid developing new definitions that might cause confusion in interpreting these terms.

In addition, she stressed the importance of unifying the definitions stated in the relevant draft convention such as slavery, torture and forced disappearance of persons, following the relevant international conventions.

Reem Al-Omair, chairperson of the Economic and Financial Committee at the Kingdom’s permanent delegation at the UN, affirmed Saudi Arabia’s commitment to international cooperation to combat illicit financial flows and promote good practices regarding the recovery of financial assets.

Speaking in a general discussion of macroeconomic policies, she said that the programs and initiatives of the Saudi Vision 2030 contributed to enhancing transparency, developing policies and procedures and filling gaps to contain corruption.

Al-Omair said the Kingdom is keen to harness its potential and resources in the service of humanitarian issues in cooperation with the UN, its agencies and organizations and the international community.

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Iran warns of divisive plots by Islamic ummah’s enemies in Afghanistan

16 October 2021

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Tehran (ISNA) – Iranian Foreign Ministry in a statement condemned terrorist attack at the Fatemieh Mosque in Kandahar.

Once again the enemies of Islam pulled the strings of the criminal Takfiri terrorists and spilled the blood of a number of the oppressed people of Afghanistan during Friday prayers.

The Iranian Foreign Ministry strongly condemns the terrorist attack by the Takfiris at the Fatemieh Mosque in Kandahar which martyred and wounded a large number of worshippers.

The Foreign Ministry offers condolences to the honorable families of the martyrs and the dear people of Afghanistan and it prays for patience and divine reward for the bereaved families and fast recovery for those injured in this inhumane crime.

The Foreign Ministry also warns of plots by the Islamic ummah’s enemies to cause divisions and stresses the need for unity and solidarity among Shias and Sunnis and for rejection of violence and extremism in the name of Islam. This heart-wrenching incident and the past tragic events including the terrorist attack in Konduz highlight more than ever before the need for beefing up security and boosting protection of Shia and Sunni worshiping places and other gatherings in Afghanistan. The Islamic Republic of Iran is confident that our Muslim brothers and sisters in Afghanistan will foil the divisive schemes of their enemies through solidarity، co-thinking and joint efforts.

Source: En.Isna.Ir

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Cross-LoC infiltration and drone pistol deliveries scale up violence in Valley

By Shishir Gupta

Oct 17, 2021

Targeting of two non-Kashmiris, including a Muslim, by Takfiri terrorists in the Kashmir Valley on Saturday is part of Pakistani plan to raise the violence levels so that normalcy is disturbed, and the tourist economy is hit in the Union territory. Takfiri is a term used for those Islamic terrorist groups, Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed in this context, who have no qualms targeting their Muslim brothers for political objectives. They are termed apostates.

According to national security planners and security officials, the recent spate of violence against non-Kashmiris is a result of infiltration from across the Line of Control (LoC) of LeT terrorists in the Poonch-Rajouri sector. The second reason is increased drone delivery of Chinese Star pistols to overground workers (OGW) of LeT in the Valley because of which targeted killing is taking place in Srinagar.

In the UT of Jammu and Kashmir, the scene of terror action is in the Krishnaghati sector, where the Indian Army has lost seven personnel while engaging already infiltrated LeT terrorists in the forests on Rajouri-Poonch district borders. This infiltration is said to have taken place towards the end of August 2021. The second theatre is the Valley where the OGWs with recently acquired pistols are targeting non-Kashmiris to spread terror in the region and hit the booming tourist sector economy. According to J-K police officials, many pistol consignments have reached the Valley due to drone flights from across the border with the Indian security forces hampered due to lack of functioning anti-drone systems.

Despite Indian security forces deployed in large numbers both on the LoC and the hinterland with sensors and fencing, there is still no foolproof mechanism to prevent Pakistan based terrorist groups from infiltrating the Valley. The weapon and ammunition supplies through drones have added to the concern of security forces as there is no human cost to the terrorist groups based in Pakistan.

While the J-K police have neutralised 11 terrorists in the past week after the first round of targeting earlier this month, Union home minister Amit Shah spoke to top security officials on Saturday night from Port Blair with implicit instructions of bringing the guilty to book. The state DGP Dilbagh Singh also held discussions with security agencies for actionable intelligence against the perpetrators of attacks on innocent non-Kashmiris.

Sourse: Hindustan Times

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Europe

Norwegian police now doubt Islamist motive for Kongsberg attacks

Sigrid Harms

Oct 16, 2021

Oslo (dpa) - Following the violent attack in the Norwegian town of Kongsberg that left five dead on Wednesday, investigators say they are increasingly doubtful that the act was motivated by Islamist ideology.

It now appears likely that the suspect did not actually convert to Islam as originally believed, police inspector Thomas Omholt said at a Saturday press conference. Instead, mental illness is increasingly thought to have led to the killing spree.

The 37-year-old Dane has admitted he killed five people in central Kongsberg on Wednesday night. The man shot at numerous people with a bow and arrow.

The PST security police had already received tips in 2015 about the Danish national, who has been remanded in custody for four weeks, Arne Christian Haugstoyl, head of counter-terrorism at PST, told the Verdens Gang newspaper.

It has now been revealed that the man had been known to the local authorities for years. In 2017 he posted a video on social media in which he called himself a Muslim and a messenger and announced he had a mission.

Source: DPA-International

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Kongsberg attack: Norwegian police cast doubt on Islamist motive

16.10.2021

Norwegian police investigating Wednesday's deadly attack in the southeastern town of Kongsberg said on Saturday that they were moving away from initial suspicions that Islamist motives were behind the bow-and-arrow shootings.

Speaking at a press conference, police inspector Per Thomas Omholt said there was reason to believe that the suspect, who is in custody, was not a convinced convert to Islam as was initially thought.

"The thinking is that he did not take (the conversion) very seriously. By this we mean that he did not follow or practice the traditions that are common in this culture and religion," the inspector said. 

Omholt said the killing spree, in which five people died and three were injured, was more likely to have been a result of mental illness.

The suspect, a 37-year-old Dane, had allegedly posted a video on social media in 2017 in which he claimed to be a Muslim and a messenger, and to have a "mission."

Source: www.dw.com

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Maajid Nawaz: Muslims in Southend-on-Sea know and love Sir David Amess

By Tim Dodd

16 October 2021

It comes as the Met is treating the fatal stabbing of Sir David Amess during his constituency meeting yesterday as a terror incident, and said its early inquiries suggested a possible link to Islamist extremism.

Maajid said: "Another reaction that Sir David would not be happy with, is to allow this incident to pit us against each other.

Source: www.lbc.co

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Southend’s Muslim community condemns killing of Sir David Amess

Sabrina Johnson

16 Oct 2021

The killing of MP Sir David Amess has been condemned as an ‘indefensible atrocity’ by Southend’s Muslim community.

The joint statement from all of the town’s mosques came as police said the attack on the 69-year-old MP may be linked to Islamist extremism.

Faith leaders said that the father-of-five was an ‘upstanding friend to our Muslim community’ who attended key events, including weddings, mosque openings and the launch of the town’s first Muslim Scout group.

In a statement published on the Essex Jamme Masjid website, on behalf of ‘all Southend mosques’, they said their thoughts and prayers were with Sir David’s family, friends and colleagues.

The statement added: ‘Sir David’s murder was an indefensible atrocity, committed on the grounds of a place of worship and we condemn it in the strongest possible terms.

Ruhul Shamsuddin, joint secretary of Essex Jamme Masjid, described the MP as a ‘tremendous force for good and pillar of support for our community’.

Iftikhar Ul Haq, Imam, UKIM Southend Mosque and Dr Arshad Ghori, president, UKIM Southend Mosque, said Sir David was ‘always reachable, he showed great compassion for communities and always was there to offer support’.

Source: Metro

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South Asia

Muslims, Hindus protest amid communal violence in Bangladesh

By ASSOCIATED PRESS

16 October 2021

DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) - Protests erupted for a second day in Bangladesh's capital on Saturday, amid a wave of violence against local Hindus following a viral social media image perceived as insulting to the country's Muslim majority.

Some 10,000 protesters - many of them carrying banners of Islamist political parties - took to the streets outside the main mosque of the capital, Dhaka, a day after demonstrations on the same site ended in clashes with police.

Photos showing a copy of the Quran -Islam´s holy book-at the feet of a statue in a Hindu temple in the eastern district of Cumilla triggered the protests and incidents of vandalism at Hindu temples across Bangladesh.

Source: Daily Mail

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Afghanistan: Mass funeral for victims of Kandahar mosque attack

17 Oct 2021

A mass funeral ceremony has been held for the victims killed in Friday’s suicide bomb attack on a Shia mosque in Afghanistan’s southern city of Kandahar.

Government officials say 47 people died in the attack but a community elder Haji Farhad said the death toll is 63 but can change as still many victims are in serious condition in the hospital.

Source: AlJazeera

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Thailand to hold virtual contest on occasion of birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad and Unity Week

October 17, 2021

News Code : 1189341

A special contest is set to be held in Thailand on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and the Unity Week.

Titled “the model of good ethics of Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH)”, the competition has been organized by the cultural section of the Iranian embassy to Thailand and is comprised of three sections: poems, painting, and video clips.

The event will be hosted by Al-Zahra school, and students from elementary to high school levels can take part in the contest. A special section for the families has also been devised.

Source: En.Abna24

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Taliban Discovers The Limits Of Islamic Airline Economics

by Gary Leff

October 16, 2021

My basic takeaway from Timur Kuran’s 2011 The Long Divergence is that Mideast countries that have interpreted Islamic economic stricture the most broadly have performed the best economically, while strict adherence to things like bans on interest hold back prosperity.

The Taliban is getting a harsh lesson in the limits to Islamic economics as it deals with international air service from Kabul, now that they’ve returned from the role of rebel force to that of managing institutions of governance. Price controls lead to scarcity.

Pakistan International Airlines has been the only international carrier offering regular air service from Kabul since the Taliban takeover

Source: View From Thewing

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Arab world

Saudi removes social distancing stickers in Grand Mosque

17-10-2021

Saudi Arabia has begun removing social distancing stickers from corridors, squares and facilities of the Grand Mosque to ease precautionary measures and the resumption of receiving Umrah performers in the Two Holy Mosques at full capacity.

Source: Tradearabia

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'Art and Architecture Series' showcases distinct features of Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

Hatem Mohamed

16-10-2021

Abu Dhabi, 16th October, 2021 (WAM) -- Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Centre periodically publishes its cultural series, "Art and Architecture", on the Centre’s Instagram page @szgmc_ae. The publication is part of a larger national effort to keep alive the country’s unique culture and traditions that are rooted in Islam.

The Centre's cultural tour guides educate followers on social media platforms, and those interested from different cultures of the world, about the Mosque’s Islamic distinct features, which convey messages of tolerance, coexistence, and cultural rapprochement, through the harmony and diversity of its details.

Source: wam.ae

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Saudi scouts share their experiences with global peers

SPA

October 17, 2021

RIYADH: The Saudi Arabian Scout Association is participating in the International Jamboree on the Air and the International Jamboree on the Internet, the Saudi Press Agency reported.

Source: ARAB NEWS

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Mideast

Iran Calls for Shia-Sunni Unity to Thwart Divisive Plots by Muslims' Foes

2021-October-16

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Iranian foreign ministry in a statement condemned the terrorist attack at a Shia mosque in Afghanistan’s Southern city of Kandahar, and underlined the need for unity among Shia and Sunni Muslims to repel the divisive plots of the enemies.

Iran’s foreign ministry warned against enemy schemes for the Muslim world and called for reinforcing unity and integrity among Muslims and avoiding violence and extremism in the name of Islam.

More than 60 people were killed in three back-to-back explosions that hit the Bibi Fatima mosque during Friday prayers, one of the biggest blasts in Kandahar city.

Source: En.Isna.Ir

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Iran’s Revolutionary Guard has key role in state-backed hack surge, Google warns

By TOI STAFF

16 October 2021

Google warned on Friday of a surge in state-backed hackers, with a report focusing on the “notable campaigns” of a group linked to Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps.

The search engine giant was the second tech firm in less than a week to issue a warning about Iranian hackers, with the report coming days after Microsoft said a group targeted Israeli and American defense technology, and also warned that Iran had increased its hacks on Israel fourfold in the past year.

Google said in a blogpost on Friday that an Iranian hacking group known as APT35, or “Charming Kitten,” was carrying out malware and phishing attacks in which the target was tricked into installing software or giving out personal information.

Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps was created after the 1979 Islamic Revolution and has an extensive intelligence apparatus as well as forces.

“This is the one of the groups we disrupted during the 2020 US election cycle for its targeting of campaign staffers,” wrote Ajax Bash, a member of the threat analysis team at Google. “For years this group has hijacked accounts, deployed malware, and used novel techniques to conduct espionage aligned with the interests of the Iranian government.”

The post warned that APT35 was targeting accounts in government, academia, journalism, NGOs, foreign policy and national security, and had been active since 2017.

The company said that APT35 used the compromised website of an unnamed British university to carry out a phishing attack by asking for individuals to confirm their credentials and security information.

“Attackers used the Munich Security and the Think-20 (T20) Italy conferences as lures in non-malicious first contact email messages to get users to respond. When they did, attackers sent them phishing links in follow-on correspondence,” the search engine giant said.

Google said the hackers have also started to utilize the Telegram API sendMessage function of the encrypted app to gather details of unwitting visitors to their phishing sites.

and Iran have been engaged in a years-long shadow war, with Israel allegedly directing most of its efforts — including multiple suspected cyberattacks — at sabotaging the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program.

Source: Times of Israel

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Ex-Major Says Iran Planned Honey Trap To Abduct Him In Turkey

Author: Maryam Sinaee

17-10-2021

An ex-Iranian military officer has told Iran International TV that Iranian intelligence used a ‘honey trap’ in a plot to render him from Turkey in September.

The former officer was named as Mehrdad Abdarbashi, a major and air-force helicopter pilot who had been living as an asylum-seeker in Van, eastern Turkey.

Speaking to Iran International via video-link Saturday, Abdarbashi said a woman working for Iranian intelligence contacted him pretending she wanted to learn about foreign currency exchange.

Abdarbashi said he always alerted Turkish intelligence when anyone contacted him and they had bugged the woman’s cell phone and discovered her contact with the Iranian security forces. He said he did not know which intelligence body, the intelligence ministry or the Revolutionary Guards intelligence organization, had sent the "swallow,” as Iranians usually refer to women used to entrap men.

"Her plan was to lure me to the city's outskirts under some pretext so that they could capture me and take me back to Iran, but I did not consent to go,” Abdarbashi told Iran International.“The Turkish intelligence was well aware of everything. They told me to accept her invitation to dinner [on the night of the operation] and promised to protect me so I accepted.”

Turkish intelligence knew, said Abdarbashi, that Iranian agents had given drugs to the woman to lace his dinner so they could remove him from her home when he fell unconscious, pretending they were taking him to a hospital.

Ankara on Thursday revealed that its National Intelligence Organization (MIT) and police had arrested an Iranian − whom they said was an intelligence operative − and seven Turks September 24 over a plot to abduct an ex-Iranian military officer in Van and render him to Iran but did not give the full name of the alleged victim.

Speaking to Turkey's Türkiye newspaper Saturday, Abdarbashi said he had fled Iran and sought asylum after refusing a mission to Syria.

"I am in a safe place now but obviously my life is still in danger after that foiled [abduction] attempt,” he told Iran International, appealing for help from human rights and international organizations.

In 2019 a honey-trap was allegedly used to Ruhollah Zam, who ran a social-media channel on Telegram, to Iraq where he was abducted by Iranian agents. Zam was executed in December 2020 after confessions aired on state television.

Source: Iranin TL

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China supports resumption of Iran nuclear negotiations: Foreign minister

Oct 16, 2021

Bloomberg

China supports the revival of negotiations on an Iran nuclear accord, Foreign minister Wang Yi told his Iranian counterpart in a phone call on Friday.

Source: Hindustan Times

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Mosque preachers in Yemen call for active participation in commemoration of Prophet’s birthday

October 16, 2021

Mosque preachers called on the Yemeni people to participate in the honorable events that will be held in the capital, Sana’a, and the governorates next Monday, in celebration of the anniversary of the Prophet’s birthday.

Source : Ansarollah

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India

Narcotic drug menace is the enemy, not the Rheas or Aryans!

October 16, 2021

Satya Muley

Following the recent arrest of Aryan Khan, Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has been granted the custody of superstar Shahrukh Khan’s son for a significant number of days for gathering circumstantial evidence as his statements hold no evidentiary value in the court of law under the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act, 1985, since the October 2020 ruling by the Supreme Court.

This ruling (October 29, 2020) answered a critical question: Whether the statement of an accused recorded by an authorised officer under the NDPS Act is admissible as evidence in the court of Law?

While the October 2020 ruling had a favourable impact on the Rhea Chakraborty case, giving her immunity against any statement she made before the NCB, it resulted in the investigation process becoming more cumbersome. Post this ruling, the investigating agency will now be required to work even harder to gather circumstantial evidence to be able to corroborate the case of the prosecution.

However, what’s important to understand here is the impact of such prolonged custody that will have on the mind, career and life of an accused, in this case, Aryan Khan. Will the basic principle of Indian law that the accused is to be considered ‘innocent till proven guilty’ be compromised in the enforcement of the NDPS Act? No doubt the thought process behind enacting the NDPS Act and its subsequent amendments needs a serious re-look.

The NDPS Act (bill) was introduced in Lok Sabha on 23rd August 1985, passed hastily within four days after introduction in the Parliament and in less than a month it received the then president’s assent in September 1985.

However, even after 35 years of its enactment, the October 2020 ruling by the Supreme Court reveals that the NDPS Act has serious flaws. Additionally, the Act is devoid of provisions required to achieve the objective behind the enactment of the NDPS Act itself, thus rendering the NDPS Act a half-baked product.

Currently, the identity of all accused under the NDPS Act are revealed and widely published in the media. The NDPS Act lacks on such crucial aspects and therefore needs a big overhaul of its provisions.

Now, let’s understand the punishment for possession of drugs in India. The punishment can range from 1 year to 20 years of rigorous imprisonment to up to 30 years of rigorous imprisonment for repeat offenders. There is a provision of death penalty as well.

Classification of offences ranges from cultivation, production, possession, sale, purchase, trade, import, export, use and consumption of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances.

Interestingly, the catch here is that when an accused is caught under the NDPS Act, the scale and fine varies depending on the substance and quantity found with the accused.

Sourse: Times Of India

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Moghul Masjid, Earlier Known As The Iranian Masjid, A Testimony To Bombay’s Iranian Connect

by Zeeshan Shaikh

October 16, 2021

The recent decision of the Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone (APSEZ), that it will not handle any container cargo originating from Iran, may have put the relationship between India and Iran under further strain but the nature of the relationship between the two countries was very different in the past.

In the present times, their shared history, economic linkages, bilateral trade and cultural ties dating back to centuries is underwritten in the form of Mumbai’s Moghul Masjid — the oldest Shia Iranian mosque in the city.

A vibrant mixture of art and craftsmanship, the Moghul Masjid with its intricate geometric designs, blue mosaic tiles, dazzling stained glasses and thick Persian rugs is one of the few remaining vestiges of the 19th Century Shia Iranian influence on Mumbai city.

The masjid, when it was constructed in 1858, was known as the Iranian Masjid. The dominance of the Persians in the Mughal court and Mughal bureaucracy made the Persians synonymous with the Mughals in popular perception. It was due to this association that the mosque slowly gained an identity as Mughal masjid.

While Bombay historically had linkages with Iran given the presence of a substantial Zorastrian and Bahai population, there was a fresh round of influx of mostly Iranian Muslims in the early 19th Century. Most of these new migrants hailed from the inland cities of Shiraz and Isfahan and came to Mumbai in search of greener pastures in view of the economic recession suffered by inland Iran.

Sourse: Indian Express

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AIMPLB Plans Public Meet Next Week On ‘Exploring Solutions To Contemporary Problems In The Light Of Seerah In Hyderabad

Oct 17, 2021, 04.53 AM IST

Hyderabad: Leaders of All India Muslim Personal Law Board will address a public meeting in the city next week.

Sourse: Times Of India

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Southeast Asia

EnterSarawak application required for all non-Sarawakians, SDMC clarifies

17 Oct 2021

KUCHING, Oct 17 — Sarawak Disaster Management Committee (SDMC) has clarified that only fully-vaccinated Sarawakians are exempted from applying through EnterSarawak when travelling back to the state.

In a clarification issued late last night, SDMC said all foreigners and Malaysians who are non-Sarawakians still need to apply via EnterSarawak before being allowed to come in.

In the clarification, SDMC said exemptions from applying through EnterSarawak are also given to non-Sarawakians who are married to Sarawakians, and Sarawakian children born outside Sarawak

For non-Sarawakians who are married to Sarawakians, they must produce a valid marriage certificate before being allowed to board a flight or a vessel or pass through an Immigration, Customs, Quarantine and Security Complex (ICQS) to enter the state.

Sarawakian children born outside Sarawak, on the other hand, must show documented proof such as a birth certificate before being allowed to board a flight or a vessel, or pass through an ICQS into the state.

Source: Malay Mail

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You’re endangering others, PM Ismail Sabri tells unvaccinated teachers

17 Oct 2021

BERA, Oct 17 — Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob advised teachers who have not been vaccinated against Covid-19 to get the vaccine immediately to protect themselves and their students.

Although the vaccination is not compulsory for teachers, he said, they are at risk of increasing the infection as they will face their students when the face-to-face teaching and learning sessions (PdP) begin.

“For example, primary school teachers who have not been vaccinated, they are putting their students at risk, and also that of their fellow teachers (of being infected). That is why the Education Ministry is firm.

Source: Malay Mail

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Guan Eng says willing to testify in court against govt’s ‘unconstitutional’ decision requiring 51pc Bumiputera equity in logistics companies

BY EMMANUEL SANTA MARIA CHIN

17 Oct 2021

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 17 — DAP’s Lim Guan Eng has again questioned the government’s requirement for local freight forwarding companies to have 51 per cent Bumiputera equity, claiming such policies were contradictory to their promises of being inclusive.

The former finance minister said applying an already repealed requirement retrospectively against existing logistics companies would not only hurt local stakeholders but was also unconstitutional.

Lim explained the current ruling went against a circular issued by the Royal Customs Department back in 2018, which nullified the 51 per cent equity rule for local logistics companies established before 1990.

He then said how a reversal of that circular, which he claimed was unlawful, was even affirmed by current Finance Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Zafrul Abdul Aziz in Parliament when the latter said the decision requiring the 51 per cent Bumiputera equity was made recently by the current government.

Source: Malay Mail

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Malaysian nabbed as Australian police seize record A$104m heroin shipment

17 Oct 2021

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 17 — Australian police said on Saturday they seized the largest heroin shipment ever detected in the country, worth an estimated A$140 million (RM431.8 million), and arrested a Malaysian national over the importation of the illicit drug.

The 450kg shipment — as heavy as a grand piano — was detected in a sea freight container of ceramic tiles sent from Malaysia and addressed to a Melbourne business, the police said in a statement.

Source: Malay Mail

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Anwar asked to assist in MACC’s probe into Pandora Papers

17 Oct 2021

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 17 — The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has asked Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to assist in providing information regarding the ‘Pandora Papers’ exposé.

MACC said in a statement today that they would work with Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) and other relevant agencies to conduct investigations into the matter.

Bukit Aman Criminal Investigation Department director Datuk Seri Abd Jalil Hassan said today that they had received four police reports regarding the matter.

Source: Malay Mail

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Pakistan

PM urges nation to celebrate Eid-i-Milad in unprecedented way

October 17, 2021

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday urged the nation to celebrate the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) in a befitting and unprecedented manner.

In a special message in connection with Eid Miladun Nabi, he said: “As you all know that this is a special month when our Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) came into this world. This is a month of blessings.”

He said Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was a great leader in the history of the world. “The great quality of a leader is that he brings together humans and does not spread hate,” he added.

Sourse: Dawn

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SC moved against those named in Pandora Papers

Nasir Iqbal

October 17, 2021

ISLAMABAD: The Sup­reme Court has been moved to order the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) to launch an inquiry and determine if those named in the Pandora Papers and the Panama Papers had committed or indulged in any wrongdoing while transferring funds to offshore companies.

A petition filed before the apex court sought a direction for the citizens named in the Panama Papers and the Pandora Papers to clear themselves by assuring the FBR that the investment made in the offshore companies was neither derived nor sent through illegal means. The petition urged the court to order the FBR to direct such individuals to furnish an explanation with supporting documentary evidence.

The foreign assets of those Pakistani citizens who could not justify such transactions should be frozen by the FBR within three months in addition to initiation of legal proceedings to recover the­se assets under the Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative as suggested in the UN Convention Against Corrup­tion (UNCAC), which was ratified by Pakistan in August 2007, according to the petition.

Sourse: Dawn

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1.2m patients survived Covid since outbreak in Pakistan

Ikram Junaidi

October 17, 2021

ISLAMABAD: The National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) on Saturday announced that 1.2 million people had so far recovered from Covid-19 since the outbreak of the virus in the country in February last year.

According to data shared by the NCOC, the number of critical patients, which was around 6,000 in August, had fallen to around 2,000.

It said since February 2020, as many as 1,263,664 confir­med patients were detected, out of whom 1,208,438 have fully recovered and 28,252 lost their battle against the virus.

Meanwhile, the latest figures showed that 24 patients died of Covid-19 and 893 more tested positive in the last 24 hours while the national positivity ratio, which was in double figures in August, stood at 1.69pc.

Sourse: Dawn

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Fazl asks PDM members to take to streets

Saleem Mubarak

October 17, 2021

FAISALABAD: President of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) and chief of his own faction of Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam, Maulana Fazlur Rehman, has requested all partners in the opposition alliance to take to the streets instead of holding meetings.

“We should not disappoint the masses otherwise it will lead to anarchy,” the maulana said while addressing a rally organised under the PDM banner at the Dhobi Ghat ground here on Saturday evening.

“Prime Minister Imran Khan fooled the youth by promising them 10 million jobs, but today his government has deprived three million people of employment,” he claimed. He said Punjab being the `elder brother’ should rise to lift the country out of the current situation.

He said a state could not survive if its economy deteriorated. “Now a war on the economic front has begun across the globe and the situation is changing,” he added.

The maulana further said every institution must perform within its constitutional limits, adding that parliament represented the masses, but it had been made a rubber stamp. About the country’s foreign relations, the PDM leader said Islamabad had angered China and the US also did not extend any help while Iran stood with India that had snatched Kashmir from Pakistan.

It was earlier claimed by the PML-N leadership that party supremo Nawaz Sha­rif would address the event via video link. How­ever, that did not happen.

She accused Mr Khan of making a mockery of the army in front of the world. “People are aware that you made a mockery of this appointment only to prolong your rule.”

At the same time, Mar­yam Nawaz said she admitted the appointment (of the ISI chief) was the premier’s discretion, but added that it’s the masses who elected their PM who then decided on their behalf.

Sourse: Dawn

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ISI chief to be appointed before 22nd, says Sheikh Rashid

Iftikhar A. Khan

October 17, 2021

ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed on Saturday claimed that the issue of the appointment of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) director general had been amicably settled between the civil and military leadership.

Rejecting reports of a rift between the government and the military establishment, he said the prevailing environment in the country was fine, and regretted that “some elements were trying to make highly sensitive institutions controversial”.

Sourse: Dawn

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Accused in Noor murder case charged with 15 grave crimes

Malik Asad

October 16, 2021

ISLAMABAD: The trial court has charged 12 accused persons in the Noor Mukadam murder case with 15 grave crimes.

The accused, including the principal accused Zahir Jaffer, pleaded not guilty and intended to face the trial.

Sourse: Dawn

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North America

‘The community is our priority’: Hundreds attend Muslim Sisters of Staten Island’s inaugural Day of Dignity

Oct. 16, 2021

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- The Muslim Sisters of Staten Island’s (MSSI) inaugural Day of Dignity was a one-stop shop with free groceries, haircuts, COVID testing and vaccines, baby essentials, school supplies, family-friendly activities, and more on Saturday.

Through the afternoon, nearly 300 people stopped by the event in St. George, which MSSI hosted in partnership with Islamic Relief of USA.

The Muslim Sisters of Staten Island hosted their inaugural Day of Dignity in St. George providing various services and resources to the local community including free school supplies, clothing, groceries, baby essentials, hair cuts, health insurance information, and more on October 16, 2021 (Staten Island Advance/Giavanni Alves)

Safiyyah Abdul-Qawiyy, founder and CEO of MSSI, told the Advance/SILive.com that Day of Dignity embodies the organization’s motto: “The community is our priority.”

Source: Silive

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Theatre lights on for Mecca Productions

By Chelsea Kemp

Oct. 16, 2021

Excitement is building for Mecca performers who are set to return to the Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium for the first time in more than 18 months this coming November.

Life without the ability to perform and unite during COVID-19 has been a challenging and isolating time for the Mecca team, said performer and stagehand Tiana Vasconcelos. The group’s latest production, All Together Now, marks a welcomed return for the cohort of performers and friends.

Prior to COVID-19, Mecca members were always busy rehearsing for their next stage performance. It was exhilarating getting ready for the many shows hosted over the year. This includes a community musical in the fall, a community musical and kids show in the spring, and a drama or another small show along with Christmas and spring concerts.

The year before the pandemic Mecca boasted a roster of roughly 115 performers enrolled in classes honing their craft Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights along with Saturday mornings.

“Before COVID my calendar was very full, with lots of evenings and weekends for classes and performances,” said performer and music director Katherine MacFarlane. “During COVID my calendar became quite empty.”

Source: The Star

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Africa

Central African Republic Leader Offers Cease-fire To Rebels

By Associated Press

16th October, 2021

BANGUI, Central African Republic (AP) — President Faustin Archange Touadera declared a unilateral cease-fire Friday with the armed rebel groups that have threatened to overthrow him once already this year in Central African Republic, though it was not known whether militants would hold their fire.

The surprise move by the president came without any immediate reaction from rebel spokesmen, and it was not known why Touadera had decided to make such a conciliatory gesture after long opposing dialogue with armed groups.

Source: Republic World

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Up to 17 US missionaries and family kidnapped in Haiti

BY GESSIKA THOMAS

17 October 2021

As many as 17 American Christian missionaries and their families, including children, were kidnapped on Saturday by gang members in Haiti's capital of Port-au-Prince, US media reported.

The kidnapping happened after the missionaries left an orphanage in the crisis-engulfed Caribbean nation, the New York Times and CNN said.

The Washington Post reported that an audio from the Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries said “men, women and children” associated with the group were being held by an armed gang.

Source: Times Live

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Boko Haram and migration crisis in Nigeria

By Osamamen Oba Eduviere

17 October 2021

On April 15, 2014, I sat in my living room in Lagos State, Nigeria, at about 10pm, and watched with rapt attention the breaking news about the kidnap of schoolgirls (ranging from the ages of 16 to 18) from a boarding school in Chibok, Borno State by the Boko Haram sect. Whilst I was startled with the news, I went on to Twitter to see the views of people on the kidnap, and to my surprise Twitter was literally on fire. It was said that before the kidnap, the school had been shut down for four weeks as a result of the worsening security conditions in the state, but the students had to return to school to take their final exam in physics.

This opinion is a wake-up call to the Nigerian government — ensure safety of its citizens, especially the schoolgirls from attacks, re-integrate displaced people into their original communities and provide good living conditions for them. As a Nigerian mother with children of my own, the safety of the Nigerian schoolgirl worries me.

In present day Northern Nigeria, the schoolgirl seems to face the risk of either being afraid of school or getting kidnapped and used as a bait for ransom whenever she goes to school. This has to stop! I believe in the saying that ‘when you educate a girl, you have educated a nation.’

Before I go on to respond to issues surrounding the news, I would love to explain Boko Haram as a movement. Boko Haram means ‘Western education is forbidden’. It is a terrorist group based in the Northeastern part of Nigeria, Chad, Niger Republic and Northern Cameroon. In February 2018, a part of the Boko Haram called the Islamic State, West Africa Province (ISWAP) kidnapped more than 100 students in Dapchi, Yobe State – Leah Sharibu is the only girl still held hostage because of failure to renounce her religion, Christianity.

Source: Guardian

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