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rashad.jpegA tip of the hate to Dr. Jeffrey G who sent us this follow up to the Georgia honor killing post.

Bob Spencer on Jihad Watch eviscerates the PC search for excuses for Chaudhry Rashid, the perpetrator of the honor killing of his daughter, Sandeela Kanwal, in Atlanta. Rashid has the chutzpah to say that he's innocent and demanded hallal food, while he's incarcerated awaiting arraignment on charges.

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by Jerry Gordon

noor-and-mahboob-alone.pngA media event occurred at Atlanta's Hartsfield Jackson International Airport this afternoon. Two teenage boys, Noor and Maboob Kahn, who had spent four years illegally, at a Deobandi Madrassa in Karachi arrived back in America. We posted on this story when Texas Congressman, Michael McCaul (R-10th District) dramatically met with Pakistan President Musharraf and the new civilian government and requested that these boys be released from the extremist Jamia Binoria (JB) madrassa. The BJ headmaster Mufti Muhammed Naeem came to the US under an H-1-visa as a 'clergyman' to recruit more than 80 Americans to become indoctrinated in Taliban fundamentalism. The Kahn boys were sent by their father to BJ in late 2004. Thus, began a four year saga.

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comment by Jerry Gordon

533510.jpgI wonder how I would feel as a blogger being put under death threat? Not likely to occur here in the US, unless some Muslim fanatic didn't like my posts. But that is what is going on in Iran. The Majles, Iran's parliament, is considering doing that to threaten upwards of 110,000 blogs in Iran. Read what the proposed legislation has to say, it's mind blowing.

The bill, which parliamentarians say is designed to "toughen punishment for harming mental security in society," would make offenses such as "establishing weblogs and sites promoting corruption, prostitution and apostasy" a crime punishable by death.

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