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Mosque blast terror suspect held over Mohammed Saleem murder - BBC News

One of two Ukrainian men being held over bomb attacks near three mosques has been further arrested on suspicion of murdering a 75-year-old man.

West Midlands Police said the arrest was in connection with the killing of Mohammed Saleem on 29 April.

They said the man, 25, was being held over "a further act of terrorism".

Mr Saleem died after being stabbed in the back in Green Lane, Small Heath, in Birmingham, on his way home after attending prayers at his local mosque.

Read more: BBC News

Filmmaker vows to make more 'Anti-Islam' films...

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The man who produced the film, which is said to have led to the deadly protests in Libya and became the reason of death of the US Ambassador Chris Stevens, has gone into hiding, but remains unrepentant for releasing his film, says a report.

Sam Bacile, who wrote, directed and produced the two-hour film ‘Innocence of Muslims’, also reportedly called Islam ‘a cancer’ and vowed to release further films about the religion.

Bacile, who described himself as an Israeli Jew, is said to live in California where he works in real estate.

According to the Telegraph, he claimed the film cost 3.3 million dollars to make and was financed with the help of over 100 Jewish donors.

Imam at the centre of child bride scandal steps down after 'being caught agreeing to marry girl of 12'

A Muslim cleric at the centre of an illegal marriage scandal has stepped down after he allegedly offered to marry a 12-year-old girl to a man in his 20s.

Imam Mohamed Kassamali is said to have told an undercover reporter posing as a father that he could carry out a ceremony for his school-aged daughter.

He allegedly told the Sunday Times journalist: 'If it (the marriage) was not possible, I would have told you straight away... I would love the girl to go to her husband’s houses (sic) as soon as possible, the younger the better.

Trial of the century verdict is due

Samsung Vs Apple.

Apple says that Samsung copies its rounded corners and made lists bounce. They want $2.5 billion for it.

Samsung says that rounded corners already existed, and so did precursors to bouncing lists.

They also say that apple are using their technology (they basically helped design how the 3g system works) without paying them. They want $500million for it.

Apple is saying that yes they are using Samsung Tech, but they think they sould give something like less than a penny per device - and get $40 per samsung device for the rounded corners.

Samsung argue it is crazy to ask for such royalties for something so simple as rounded corners.

(and I hate Apple. Scumbags.)

And the jury has reached a verdict.

More Muslim Groups Demand Cancellation of Lady Gaga’s Jakarta Show

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Members of the Surakarta Islamic People Troop (LUIS) carry banners, one of which reads ‘Send Away Lady Gaga, a US Culture Product’, in protest against the US singer’s Jakarta concert scheduled for June 3. The protest takes place in Solo, Central Java, on Wednesday. (JG Photo/Ali Lutfi)

More Islamic organizations came to Jakarta Police headquarters on Wednesday to denounce Lady Gaga’s upcoming concert in the capital, as the Jakarta Police stuck to its stance to withhold its recommendation for the show.

America is not leaving Iraq with its dignity intact.

America is officially ended its "war operations" in Iraq with a flag ceremony.

They make it look so dignified, as if a lot of what they did there can be whitewashed and ignored.

Unforetunately we cant do anything about what has happened but we can remember.

Hotter Than a Pile of Curry
has reminded me about Fallujah and what happened there.

Up to 8,000 forced marriages in the UK every year

There are at least 5,000 to 8,000 cases of forced marriage in England every year but it is impossible to know the full scale of the problem, according to the Home Office.

The estimate is contained in the official consultation paper published on Monday on whether making forced marriage a specific criminal offence will help better protect victims.

Read more @ The Guardian

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