RABAT, Morocco — Moroccan police have arrested a "dangerous element" who allegedly served as a liaison between the Islamic State group's external operations and members of a French cell that was dismantled last month while allegedly planning an attack.
(The rest of the article pretty much details what they do not know)
The documents and learning aids left at the training center highlight the mix of guerrilla and conventional warfare tactics — combined with religious indoctrination — that make the group such a formidable foe. They show a detailed level of military planning and training, drawing manpower and expertise from around the world.
So even the Washington Post has to admit this has something to do with Islam.
3. Muslim drug dealer jailed for selling meth and cocaine avoids being deported by claiming he is GAY - after he married an Australian woman just to get a visa.
A Muslim drug dealer who married an Australian woman in an effort to secure a visa has avoided being deported after convincing a tribunal he is in fact gay.
The Federal Government tried to have the unnamed man deported after he was found guilty in 2011 of dealing 'large quantities' of ice and cocaine.
He had earlier attempted to remain in the country by getting married in the hope of being granted a spousal visa, but when that tactic failed he changed his tune.
Incredibly the sexually-confused criminal was allowed to remain in the country after convincing the Administrative Appeals Tribunal in Sydney he was gay and he'd be persecuted if he returned to his home country, The Daily Telegraph reported.
A security source said heavy rains caused tens of landmines planted by the extremist group northwest of Tal Afar to explode, also submerging militants barracks. Rains also led to the explosion of a landmines cache, killing 32 militants.
(Funny, you hardly ever hear that about a church or a temple of any other kind...)
A man who attacked a fellow Muslim with a knife in a dispute over prayer etiquette has avoided a prison sentence.
Shoaib Hamid said he was extremely remorseful and suggested his temper may have been shorter than usual that day because he was fasting for Ramadan. He has since apologised to his Imam and now attends a different mosque. [...]Garda Theo Barber told the court that an elderly man had entered the mosque and had walked in front of someone who was praying. The court heard it was considered a serious breach of etiquette and manners to walk in front of someone during prayer.[...] Hamid asked him what his problem was before punching him in the head. The victim then felt something sharp hitting him on the back of his head. He realised he was bleeding and that Hamid had hit him with a carpet knife.