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The trial in Libya of Saif al-Islam Gadhafi, the son of former strongman Moammar Gadhafi and 36 other members of his regime, failed to live up to international standards of fairness, a United Nations report said Tuesday. The trial was a major effort by the Libyan judiciary to hold people accountable for crimes, including grave violations of human rights during the 2011 revolution, which toppled former dictator Moammar Gadhafi. But in the end, the U.N. report determined the trial did not do what it was meant to do. The report calls the trial procedure flawed and unfair. For example, the report says defendants were held incommunicado for prolonged periods and allegedly were subjected to torturecharges that were never investigated. The report says lawyers complained they were unable to meet their clients in private and had difficulty accessing documents.
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This is not a significant act because almost every day, several suicide bombers are sent out. It is the only where it Daesh or Islam expect can protect itself. This is one of the reasons why it is taking several weeks for the Iraqi forces to clear them from the last western stronghold of Mosul. They know the forces are on their way, and this particular wave of bombings that Ronald was involved in was to slow down that advance.
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He was released in 2004 and brought back to Britain. One paper said he was paid £1 million in compensation. Ten years later, he crossed the border from Turkey into Syria, presenting himself to the so-called Islamic State, saying, I don't know much about Islam, but I would like to be a fighter. So they took him in. His wife and family followed her arm out and begged him to change his mind.
21stCenturyWire
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But they said they expected the aid freeze to be temporary. The halt in assistance, which has included salaries, training, ammunition and in some cases guided anti-tank missiles, is a response to jihadist attacks and has nothing to do with U.S. President Donald Trump replacing Barack Obama in January, two U.S. officials familiar with the CIA-led program said . Interestingly, a new narrative taking shape blames an apparent militant attack on so-called Syrian rebel groups carried out by members formerly of Al-Nusra Front ( now of Jabhat Fateh al-Sham), a known al Qaeda's affiliate. In July of 2015, we at 21WIRE reported the following developments taking place inside Syria: ...it was reported that the ‘Army of Islamoperating in Damascus, executed members of ISIS – that’s right, Sunnis militants taking out their own. The Gulf State backed ‘army’ is comprised of 50 or so groups , including members of ISIS, Jabhat al-Nusra the Syrian branch of Al Qaeda and the Washington supported FSA rebels, the so-calledmoderates’ that the US is still collaborating with in Syria.
Channel 4
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Nobody who has returned in the announcement today will actually pose a threat to the security of the British people. Born Ronald Fiddler, the convert to Islam's journey began when he travelled to Pakistan in 2000 and for what he claims was a religious trip.
Daily Mail - Football
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Slimani has travelled with the group and was training lightly with his team-mates on the Estadio Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan pitch but that is because Ranieri will conduct another session on Thursday in Spain.
Leicester Mercury
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Islam Slimani is not fit to play any part for Leicester City in their Champions League last-16 first leg in Seville. The Algeria international has travelled with the squad and was training with his team-mates on the pitch at the Estadio Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán, but manager Claudio Ranieri said he is not ready to return to the side because of a groin injury. The problem has forced the £30million record signing from Sporting Lisbon to spend two spells on the sidelines...
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So they feel there are some headwinds ahead. But since the referendum, the performance of the economy means that public finances are in better shape than many believed they would be. And this month at least, the news is better than many believed. Yeses expected. This is BBC News at 5 - the headlines... A man detonated a car bomb in Mosul in Iraq has been identified as a British IS by the pool was once detained Bay, Ronald at Fiddler, who took an Islamic name after converting to Islam.
MintPress News
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(Photo: Benjamin Burgess/Street Sense) (REPORT) Muslim-American immigrant Kazi Mannan uses his platform as a restaurant owner in downtown Washington, D.C. to spread a message of love. At the Sakina Halal Grill , the homeless eat for free. In an interview with Eater D.C. , Mannan explains, “I’m in the business of hospitality, and I get to show love with good food. For me, it’s how I live out my faith”. Mannan came to the United Stated in 1996 at age 25, leaving behind his family to forge a new path, one that would reflect his dream of showing people “the true essence of Islam — and that is to love”. He began by working at a gas station in the Northeast’s throughway Benning Road until he was able to save enough money to begin a limousine service, which he still owns. Part of his motivation as a business owner is to employ other immigrants like himself, “I’m very proud that I can provide jobs to people like me, immigrants.
The Huffington Post
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The most serious error would be to link Islam and Muslims on the one hand and terrorism on the other, Hariri said. The Lebanese and Arabs, like most of the world, considers that France is the home of human rights and the republican state makes no distinction between citizens on ethnic, religious or class grounds. (Additional reporting by Angus McDowall; Writing by John Irish; Editing by Tom Heneghan) -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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The most serious error would be to link Islam and Muslims on the one hand and terrorism on the other, Hariri said. The Lebanese and Arabs, like most of the world, considers that France is the home of human rights and the republican state makes no distinction between citizens on ethnic, religious or class grounds. (Additional reporting by Angus McDowall; Writing by John Irish; Editing by Tom Heneghan) -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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JOHOR BARU: Johor Religious Committee chairman Abd Mutalip Abd Rahim today explained that his recent statement on the proposed amendments to the Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act 1965 or Act 355 was his personal view. He said the statement did not represent the view of the Johor government and that the state government had never discussed the matter in any of its state executive council meetings. "With reference to media reports on the proposed amendment, I would like to reiterate that my statement was a personal view and did not represent the view of the state government. "The view was made (in my capacity) as a Muslim who always supports the teachings of Islam," he said in a statement here. Abd Mutalip was commenting on his statement which he said was misinterpreted by the media to portray that the state government supported the proposed amendments.
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Politico
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The concerns are affecting not only some of the highest profile nominations, including agriculture secretary pick Sonny Perdue, but also candidates for ambassadorships, judicial positions and a range of other nominees. The chill that’s settled in even has some people considering bowing out of contention, meaning that Trump’s attempt to quickly fill out his government could drag out even further.” GET TO KNOW MCMASTER: From POLITICO’s Austin Wright and Jeremy Herb : “President Donald Trump has picked one of the military’s leading warrior-scholars to restore order to the National Security Council -- but also one who has staked out a decidedly more hawkish position on Russia and gone out of his way to assert that the war against terrorism must not morph into a war against Islam. Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, Trump's newly named replacement for ousted National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, is considered one of the Army’s top intellectuals.
The Week
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28 Maiden Lane, London WC2E 7JS; cinnamon-bazaar.com Dishoom Dishoom may be notorious for its no-booking policy and subsequent queues round the block, but it's well worth the wait. An homage to the Irani cafes once commonplace in Bombay, it brings the influence right up to date with an all-day menu of tempting small plates, fragrant marinated meats fresh from the grill and rich and hearty curries. If you can't get a table at any of its five outposts (four in London and another in Edinburgh) then opt for a takeaway, which includes its signature roomali rollsdelicate handkerchief bread liberally stuffed with a choice of spicy charred chicken or minty paneer that are perfect on the go. Various locations; dishoom.com Raja Monkey Birmingham, home of the Balti Triangle, has no shortage of acclaimed curry houses, and self-taught chef Aktar Islam presides over some of the best in the city.
The Week
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28 Maiden Lane, London WC2E 7JS; cinnamon-bazaar.com Dishoom Dishoom may be notorious for its no-booking policy and subsequent queues round the block, but it's well worth the wait. An homage to the Irani cafes once commonplace in Bombay, it brings the influence right up to date with an all-day menu of tempting small plates, fragrant marinated meats fresh from the grill and rich and hearty curries. If you can't get a table at any of its five outposts (four in London and another in Edinburgh) then opt for a takeaway, which includes its signature roomali rollsdelicate handkerchief bread liberally stuffed with a choice of spicy charred chicken or minty paneer that are perfect on the go. Various locations; dishoom.com Raja Monkey Birmingham, home of the Balti Triangle, has no shortage of acclaimed curry houses, and self-taught chef Aktar Islam presides over some of the best in the city.
Sputnik International
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OK!
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Mean Girls star Lindsay confirmed the incident happened in London, after she decided to wear a headscarf when flying over from Turkey. Lindsay claimed she was checking in to board a flight back to New York when she was stopped for checks because of the religious head wear. Admitting she was shocked as she had never been stopped before, Lindsay revealed why she chose to wear the headscarf following rumours about her religion. Speaking on Good Morning Britain on Tuesday morning, ...
The Iran Project
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In the beginning, I deem it necessary to welcome all you dear guests, the honorable heads of Islamic organizations, the leaders of various Palestinian groups, the intellectuals, scholars and outstanding personalities of the world of Islam and other personalities who fight for freedom. I welcome you for your presence in this valuable conference. The sorrowful story of Palestine and the excruciating sadness felt because of the oppression against this patient, enduring and resistant nation, truly distresses any individual who seeks freedom, truth and justice and it thrusts an agonizing pain and suffering upon one’s heart. The history of Palestine is full of ups and downs, marked by the cruel occupation of that region, the rendering of millions of individuals homeless, and the courageous resistance of those heroic people. An intelligent quest in history shows that no people in any era of history have ever been subject to such pain, suffering and cruelty.
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