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Post by Abdul Alhazred » Fri Nov 17, 2017 1:20 pm

A Pakistani court has ordered the government to create a database of non-Muslims employed by the Government.
1) I'm surprised they didn't have one all along.

2) Did the court order say "Trump style" or is that the Rabwah Times's interpretation? :lmao:
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Post by Anaxagoras » Fri Nov 17, 2017 11:53 pm

Witness wrote:
Rabwah Times wrote:Pakistani court orders Trump style database of ‘non-Muslims’

A Pakistani court has ordered the government to create a database of non-Muslims employed by the Government. The order was given in response to a petition filed by an Islamic cleric.

In a petition submitted to Islamabad High Court, Islamic cleric Allah Wasaya of Tehreek-i-Khatm-i-Nabuwwat demanded that the court:
Direct the respondent No.3 [Federal Government] to maintain, henceforth, a separate database of individuals belonging to Qadiani group/Lahori group entering in civil service so that in future they may not be posted in offices involving sensitive matter(s) such as raised in the instant petition.
Ahmadis who claim to be Muslim are considered heretics by the majority of the Muslims and have been declared ‘non-Muslim’ under the Pakistani constitution. Responding to the request Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui gave the federal government 14 days to submit a reply regarding the request for a database.

Wasaya filed the petition in reaction to a controversial change of oath in Pakistan’s electoral law ─ which according to clerics like him would have allowed the Ahmadis to take part in the election process as Muslims, the government declared it a ‘clerical error’ and subsequently reversed the change.

Meanwhile, on Thursday member of Punjab’s Provincial Assembly (MPA) Ilyas Chinioti, introduced a separate bill demanding a ban on recruitment of Ahmadis in the country’s army, mentioned of religion on the identity card and to celebrate 7th September, the day Ahmadis were declared as non-Muslim, as a National Day. The petition was jointly submitted by MPA Ilyas Chinioti and MPA Ghulam Nizam-ud-Din Sialvi.
https://www.rabwah.net/pakistani-court- ... n-muslims/

Nukes + medieval mentality, what could go wrong? :roll:
"Trump style database"? Love how they find a way to blame Trump even for shit that has nothing to do with him.
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Post by Witness » Sat Nov 18, 2017 6:31 am

↑ & ↑↑: Interesting how you both focused on Trump. :mrgreen:

The Guardian wrote:Saudi offer in corruption crackdown: 'cough up the cash and go home'

Authorities in Saudi Arabia are offering businessmen and members of the royal family detained on allegations of corruption an opportunity to pay for their freedom, according to media reports.

Around 200 princes, ministers, senior military officers and wealthy businessmen have been held in five-star hotels across the country since last week, many of them at the opulent Ritz-Carlton in Riyadh.

Quoting “people briefed on the discussions”, the Financial Times reported that the Saudi government was demanding up to 70% of the individuals’ wealth in return for their freedom.

If settlements are agreed, hundreds of billions of dollars would be diverted into the country’s depleted coffers. Saudi Arabia recorded a budget deficit of $79bn last year and low oil prices have pushed the country into a recession.
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/ ... nd-go-home

State extortion. :mrgreen:

The “people briefed on the discussions” part is a bit weak, we'll see.

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Reuters wrote:Cambodia's main opposition party dissolved by Supreme Court

PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Cambodia’s highest court dissolved the main opposition party on Thursday, leaving authoritarian Prime Minister Hun Sen clear to extend more than three decades of power in next year’s election as rights groups decried the death of democracy.

The government had asked the Supreme Court to dissolve the Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP), which was accused of plotting to take power with the help of the United States after the arrest of party leader Kem Sokha on Sept. 3.

The court ruling also ordered a five-year political ban for 118 members of the opposition party, which had posed a major election threat for Hun Sen, a former Khmer Rouge commander who is the world’s longest-serving prime minister.

In a televised address, Hun Sen told Cambodians the election would go ahead “as normal.”
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-camb ... SKBN1DG1BO

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Post by Witness » Mon Nov 20, 2017 6:06 am

Not Asia, but still the Orient:
News24 wrote:Mauritania broadens death penalty for blasphemy

Nouakchott - Showing repentance will no longer prevent the death penalty from being applied for blasphemy and apostasy, Mauritania said on Friday, as the conservative Muslim nation hardens up its religious laws.

The decision follows the release on November 9 of a blogger previously condemned to death for criticising religious justification for discrimination in Mauritanian society.

A new bill will "harden up expected sentences for blasphemers," the government of the west African nation said in a statement released by the official AMI news agency.

"Every Muslim, man or woman, who mocks or insults Mohammed (peace be upon him), his angels, books... is liable to face the death penalty, without being asked to repent. They will incur the death penalty even if they repent," Justice Minister Brahim Ould Daddah said, according to the statement.

The decision to free blogger Cheikh Ould Mohamed Ould Mkheitir for time served after his sentence for blasphemy was downgraded from death to two years in jail caused clashes and outrage in Mauritania last week.
https://www.news24.com/Africa/News/maur ... 20171117-2

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Post by Witness » Wed Nov 22, 2017 12:15 am

The Saudis are broke, I heard…

From March:
Saudi Arabia's billionaire king is on a lavish Asian adventure — here's what he's spending his money on

Saudi Arabia's King Salman bin Abdulaziz al Saud, who has an estimated net worth of over $17 billion (£13.8 billion), is not one for subtlety.

He's currently on a lavish tour of Asia, and has arrived in every country on his itinerary — most recently China — on a golden escalator from his personal plane.

He also isn't travelling alone — when he landed in Indonesia, he was joined by an entourage of 620 staff and a further 800 delegates.
How much did King Salman and entourage spend during Bali holiday?

Denpasar – King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia ended his eight-day vacation in Bali on Sunday (March 12). How much did the monarch and his entourage of 1,500 spend on the island?

The court, including 25 princes and 14 ministers booked a number of luxurious hotels such as St. Regis Bali Resort, The Mulia Resort & Villas Nusa Dua, Hilton Bali Resort, The Laguna Resort & Spa Nusa Dua, and Hotel Bvlgari Resort in Uluwatu, a place which is well-known for its Hindu sea temple.

The vacation was extended for three days.

Bali authorities said the Saudi monarch left the island with 16.6 tonnes of baggage, including reportedly more than 6 tonnes of local purchases.

"We estimate that Rp 300 billion (S$31.7 million) was spent during their holiday," Bali Tourism Agency head Anak Agung Gede Yuniartha said on Monday.
From August:
The Saudi king spent $100 million on his holiday in Morocco

Saudi Arabia's King Salman reportedly spent $100m (£77m) on his annual summer holiday to Morocco.

The royal was greeted by Moroccan Prime Minister Saadeddine Othmani at Tangier airport in July as he made his way to his 74-acre purpose-built summer palace, according to local media.

King Salman arrived for his annual break with an entourage of over 1,000 people, according to the Haaretz newspaper. Ministers, advisers and relatives were booked in to the city's most luxurious hotels.

In 2016, vast renovation works were carried out on the property, including the addition of new buildings, helipads and a big top tent to entertain guests.

This year's visit is being hailed as a welcome boost for the local economy and the holiday is expected to account for 1.5 per cent of the country's foreign tourism revenue, according to Spanish paper La Vanguardia.
http://uk.businessinsider.com/heres-wha ... sia-2017-3
http://www.todayonline.com/world/asia/h ... li-holiday
http://uk.businessinsider.com/the-saudi ... ?r=US&IR=T

Trump could really show off a bit more. :mrgreen:

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Post by Anaxagoras » Wed Nov 22, 2017 4:54 am

Witness wrote:Not Asia, but still the Orient:
News24 wrote:Mauritania broadens death penalty for blasphemy

Nouakchott - Showing repentance will no longer prevent the death penalty from being applied for blasphemy and apostasy, Mauritania said on Friday, as the conservative Muslim nation hardens up its religious laws.

The decision follows the release on November 9 of a blogger previously condemned to death for criticising religious justification for discrimination in Mauritanian society.

A new bill will "harden up expected sentences for blasphemers," the government of the west African nation said in a statement released by the official AMI news agency.

"Every Muslim, man or woman, who mocks or insults Mohammed (peace be upon him), his angels, books... is liable to face the death penalty, without being asked to repent. They will incur the death penalty even if they repent," Justice Minister Brahim Ould Daddah said, according to the statement.

The decision to free blogger Cheikh Ould Mohamed Ould Mkheitir for time served after his sentence for blasphemy was downgraded from death to two years in jail caused clashes and outrage in Mauritania last week.
https://www.news24.com/Africa/News/maur ... 20171117-2

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Mauritania. A country we don't often hear much about, but apparently one of the few remaining places on earth where chattel slavery is still practiced (although I think it no longer has official legal sanction).

The abolitionist fighting to free Mauritania's slaves
Slavery's last stronghold?
Etched into the vast sands of the Sahara Desert, Mauritania was the last country in the world to officially abolish slavery, doing so only in 1981.
The government there regularly insists that slavery no longer exists within its borders and points to new laws and courts it has created to deal with the issue.
However, a raft of NGOs, the US State Department and the UN Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights say that ancient slave owning practices remain.
To put it mildly, Abeid is on the opposite side of the argument to the Mauritanian government.

. . .

Centuries-old practice
Most slaves in Mauritania are the descendants of individuals who were captured centuries ago. They typically are not bought and sold but can be given away as gifts. Many work as cattle herders or as domestic servants. Their offspring automatically become slaves, too.
According to Anti-Slavery International, the majority of enslaved Mauritanians belong to the primarily dark skinned Haratine group and have been owned by lighter skinned white Moors.
Read: Slavery's last stronghold
Slaves that remain with their masters are unregistered, uneducated and socially isolated. While they are not in chains, most do not attempt to leave their masters as life beyond slavery is unimaginable, Anti-Slavery states.

Although there are no official slavery figures, the CIA World Factbook says that up to 20% of Mauritania's 3.67 million population is estimated to be enslaved.
However, a 2016 study from the Walk Free Foundation estimated far fewer remained enslaved at 43,000 people -- representing 1.06% of the population.
Professor Jeremy Keenan, a regional expert at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London, says one of the reasons the Mauritanian government is reticent to tackle the slavery issue is because it is so historically complex and "traditionally deeply entrenched." Many slave owners and slaves would not see themselves as such even though most of the outside world would, he says.
I guess it's complicated. Kinda like how in America some of the former slaves stayed with their former masters as sharecroppers and such? It's the only life they knew and they weren't interesting in finding a new one.
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Post by Abdul Alhazred » Fri Nov 24, 2017 12:23 am

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Forbes wrote:Indian Government Officials Step In To Protect Superstar Actress Deepika From Beheading Threats

India’s film industry has descended into chaos over threats of violent retribution by hate groups—and bizarrely, by officials of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)—for the upcoming release of a film that no one has actually seen.

The trouble began earlier this year when members of the fringe, quasi-religious Hindu cult Rajput Karni Sena waged a campaign of verbal threats and vandalism to disrupt shooting of the historical epic film Padmavati. They claimed, without any basis in fact, that director Sanjay Leela Bhansali (Bajirao Mastani) and actors Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh were committing sacrilege by inaccurately depicting events from the life of the legendary 14th century queen Padmini. Despite writer-director Bhansali’s assurances that the protesters are ill-informed, and that Padmavati does not depict a love affair between the queen and a Muslim invader, Karni Sena and other hate groups haven't been deterred from ratcheting up their politically-motivated fury.

The latest twist in the increasingly disturbing story came when Surajpal Amu, a mid-level media coordinator of the BJP, issued a violent public bounty offer: “We will reward the ones beheading [Padukone and Bhansali] with Rs 10 crore ($1.5 million), and also take care of their family’s needs.”
https://www.forbes.com/sites/robcain/20 ... 24d3d3be66

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Post by Anaxagoras » Tue Nov 28, 2017 8:24 am

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/when-food- ... -a-weapon/
This month Saudi Arabia tightened a stranglehold on the neighboring country of Yemen and 7 million people face starvation. The Saudi blockade is an escalation in Yemen's civil war. The United Nations says the war has now become a "man-made catastrophe." You've seen very little of this because the Saudis prevent reporters from reaching the war zone. Recently, we were ordered off a ship headed to Yemen. Days later the Saudis gave us permission to fly there but, after our equipment was loaded and our boarding passes issued, the Saudis closed the airspace so the plane couldn't take off. Even so, we have managed to get pictures out of Yemen to show you what the Saudi government does not want you to see. This will be hard to watch, but 27 million people in Yemen pray you will not turn away.
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al-bab wrote:Alcohol puzzle in Saudi Arabia's new dream city

A week after Saudi Arabia unveiled plans to build a $500 billion futuristic megacity free from the kingdom's usual religious restrictions, there's confusion over what, exactly, will be allowed.

A video presentation last week envisaged men and women working side by side in the new city, women exercising in leotards and people playing musical instruments – activities which have traditionally been forbidden in the rest of the kingdom.

This image of an easy-going lifestyle is aimed at attracting foreign investors but, according to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman who is the driving force behind the project, alcohol will be banned.
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When completed, Neom will allegedly be three times the size of New York and the plans say it will stretch across the border into Jordanian and Egyptian territory (though they also say it will be under Saudi sovereignty). There is no official word about how far it will extend into either country, though Jordanian media have reported that it will include the Red Sea resort of Aqaba.

It is unclear from this whether the alcohol ban will apply to the whole of Neom or just the parts of it that are on Saudi territory. If it's the latter, there will presumably have to be checkpoints inside Neom to ensure that alcohol doesn't cross over into the Saudi sector.
http://al-bab.com/blog/2017/10/alcohol- ... dream-city

Color me skeptical, but the alcohol-in-the-dream-city problem is amusing. :mrgreen:

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Post by Abdul Alhazred » Thu Nov 30, 2017 2:11 pm

The Saud family just had a leadership shake up for this terrorist (sorry I mean freedom fighter) magnet?

Saudi dream city == mushrikeen + makrooh + haraam + kuffaar

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The Jerusalem Post wrote:Israel pulls out of Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit in Germany

Israel has pulled out of a planned exhibit of the Dead Sea Scrolls in Frankfurt because the German government would not guarantee their return if claimed by Palestinians or Jordanians.

The Frankfurt Bible Museum announced that it has canceled the exhibit which was scheduled for a September 2019 opening. Its director, Jürgen Schefzyk, said he regretted the German government’s decision, adding that neither Holland nor Austria would have hesitated to issue general immunity guarantees.

According to German news reports, the government guarantee would have blocked Palestinian or Jordanian authorities from contesting the provenance of the scrolls, which are among the oldest known texts related to the Hebrew Bible.
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Witness wrote:Is Malta in the Orient? Sure!
The Guardian wrote:Malta car bomb kills Panama Papers journalist

Daphne Caruana Galizia died on Monday afternoon when her car, a Peugeot 108, was destroyed by a powerful explosive device which blew the vehicle into several pieces and threw the debris into a nearby field.
[…]
Malta Today wrote:CARUANA GALIZIA MURDER | Three charged with assassination of Maltese journalist are remanded in custody

[…]
The accused, brothers George and Alfred Degiorgio, known as ‘ic-Ciniz’ and ‘il-Fulu’ respectively, and Vincent Muscat ‘il-Kohhu’ were arrested yesterday in a dramatic joint raid by the AFM and the Police which involved air, land and sea assets.
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They were among the 10 people arrested in the Monday raids. The suspects were escorted to court under heavy police escort. The men, dressed in jeans and duffel jackets remained calm and expressionless throughout the proceedings

Such is the delicate nature of the case at hand that many of Malta’s top criminal lawyers are understood to have turned down the brief for a number of different reasons, all unwilling to be associated with these proceedings, despite the high-profile nature of the case. [ :mrgreen: ]
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The men were identified by investigators who spent weeks sifting through thousands of phone calls connected to the number that placed the call which detonated the bomb in Caruana Galizia’s car and identified a number of persons of interest.

The painstaking work linked up the calls to form a pattern that shows the bomb to have been assembled in various places, including Zebbug and Mosta. Monday’s operation had been planned since November and had been launched as soon as the situation on the ground was favourable to a successful outcome.
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The command structure of the criminal operation is understood to have been very loosely connected and the assassination is thought to have been sub-contracted and then sub-contracted again to make the figure who ultimately ordered Caruana Galizia’s killing harder to trace. That figure has not yet been identified. [ :mrgreen: ]
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Post-communist Albania by Enri Canaj:

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Portfolio (other countries too): http://www.enricanaj.com/albania-a-homecoming
(Prints a bit too featureless in the blacks for my taste, but interesting stuff.)

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The NYT wrote:Mystery Buyer of $450 Million ‘Salvator Mundi’ Was a Saudi Prince

LONDON — He is a little-known Saudi prince from a remote branch of the royal family, with no history as a major art collector, and no publicly known source of great wealth. But the prince, Bader bin Abdullah bin Mohammed bin Farhan al-Saud, is the mystery buyer of Leonardo da Vinci’s painting “Salvator Mundi,” which fetched a record $450.3 million at auction last month, documents show.

The revelation that Prince Bader is the purchaser, according to documents reviewed by The New York Times, links one of the most captivating mysteries of the art world with palace intrigues in Saudi Arabia that are shaking the region. Prince Bader splurged on this controversial and decidedly un-Islamic portrait of Christ at a time when most members of the Saudi elite, including some in the royal family, are cowering under a sweeping crackdown against corruption and self-enrichment.

As it happens, Prince Bader is a friend and associate of the leader of the purge: the country’s 32-year-old crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman.
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/06/worl ... bader.html

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BBC wrote:Egypt singer jailed for 'inciting debauchery' in music video

Shaimaa Ahmed, a 25-year-old known professionally as Shyma, was arrested last month after the video sparked outrage in the conservative country.

On Tuesday, she was found guilty of inciting debauchery and publishing an indecent film, local media said.

The video's director was also sentenced to two years in prison in absentia.

Shyma had apologised before her arrest to people who took the video for the song, I Have Issues, "in an inappropriate way".

"I didn't imagine all this would happen and that I would be subjected to such a strong attack from everyone," she wrote on her now-deleted Facebook page.
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-42328428

If you want to see the chubby culprit (the steamy banana sequence is at ~ 1 mn):

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Post by Abdul Alhazred » Thu Dec 14, 2017 3:27 pm

Well of course she's inciting debauchery.

You can see her face and everything. :MuhammadBoom:
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