Monday, December 31, 2007

Algeria: Islamic MPs ask for action against Christian missionaries

"Algiers, 31 Dec. (AKI) - Lawmakers from the Algerian Islamic political party of al-Nahda have asked the government to intervene to slow down "the activities of Christian missionaries in the country".Algerian MP Muhammad Hudeibi was quoted as saying this in the local el-Khabar newspaper.

For some years, the local media in Algeria have reported on the activities of a number of missionaries, particularly those from evangelical and Protestant churches, who have succeeded in converting entire Algerian families to Christianity, particularly those who come from the eastern area of Kabilia."

The Islamic party also asked the Algerian ulema or Islamic scholars and imams to give their opinion on the issue of Christian evangelism.

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Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Niger: Where Childhood Ends On the Marriage Bed

Not paedophilia
"In many Western and Muslim countries what happened to Hadjo would be called paedophilia and the male attacker would be arrested and imprisoned.

In Niger that word is only applied to men who have sex with girls outside of marriage, said Idrissa Djibrilla, head of the Niger branch of Defence for Children International (DCI), a non-governmental organisation (NGO).

'Here we only talk about paedophilia when sex happens outside marriage,' Djibrilla said."

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Tuesday, December 18, 2007

British children targeted with sing-along DVD for would-be suicide bombers

"A children's sing-along DVD for would-be suicide bombers is being investigated by police after being found on sale in one of Britain's terrorist hotbeds.

The disturbing disc of music videos - part of an Egyptian-made series - shows a young girl singing about following in the footsteps of her suicide bomber mother.," writes This is

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Gina Khan on Breaking the Silence

Gina Khan made international headlines last February when she started to call to public attention the Islamization of Britain, and she quickly became one of our heros.

"I asked Dad why he built a madrassa and not a girls' school or even a hospital, which would have benefited the whole village, and he said, 'Even if just one of these children from my bloodline memorises the Quran off by heart - 7 generations of my bloodline will go straight to heaven.'"

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