1. Judge: Doctor in Michigan Genital Mutilation Case a Danger to Public
In a historic female genital mutilation case that has planted a bull’s-eye on what prosecutors are calling an “incredibly secretive” religious ritual, a federal magistrate on Monday denied bond to an Indian-Muslim doctor accused of mutilating the genitals of two Minnesota girls at a Livonia medical clinic.
The decision to lock up Dr. Jumana Nagarwala,,44, of Northville, came after federal prosecutors called her a flight risk and a danger to the community, saying she has hurt numerous girls for years, knowing it was wrong, and even ignored a 2016 directive by her religious community not to engage in female genital mutilation because it’s illegal in the U.S.
The article continues to explain that the doctor did these procedures after hours and free of charge.
2. Senior Pakistani police official: “No guilty verdicts in mob blasphemy murder as police in the force will probably kill me”
…a senior police officer, who requested anonymity, told AFP he did not expect any guilty verdicts as many members of the police, prosecution service and judiciary sympathised with the attackers.
‘There are hundreds of sympathisers in my force and if I take too much interest in the case I might be killed too,’ the anonymous police officer said.
3. A Muslim woman admits that the religion’s prophet Muhammad was a pedophile, but goes on to state that there’s nothing wrong with that, citing the Quran
“While evidence put forward to support the position that [Muhammad’s child bride] may have been older when she married may deserve attention, there is no documented report stating that she was older.”
“But, there are reports — authentic [documents] that do clearly state that she was six or seven years old when she married and nine years old when she consummated the marriage.”
The scholar goes on to state that the marriage was not wrong.
4. British spies foil "Day of the Jackal' style plot by ISIS to murder French presidential candidate
Both French nationals were known to police as radical Islamists who had converted in prison while serving time for drug offences.
5. Death threats made against alleged Quebec mosque shooter and his family: reports
The nephew of one of the victims of the Quebec City mosque shooting in January is facing charges of making death threats against the alleged shooter and his family, according to multiple media reports Tuesday.
Mohamed-Amine Ben-Faras, 33, was arrested Saturday and appeared in court via videoconference Monday, reported Le Soleil. The paper reported that Ben-Faras is the nephew of Azzedine Soufiane, who along with five others was killed on Jan. 29 at the Centre Culturel Islamique de Québec.
Ben-Faras arrived in Quebec from London last week, reported Radio-Canada and Le Soleil.
Upon his arrival in Quebec, Ben-Faras sent death threats to Alexandre Bissonnette and his parents, Le Soleil reported.
(This also demonstrates that the more serious problem with sharia law, is the lack of due process, preferring vendettas and mob rule for Islam instead as we see so often in Pakistan.)