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Vol. XLVII No. 28, 2009-10-18
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IMAM WANTS DAMAGES FROM CIA
 
A Muslim scholar allegedly snatched by the CIA from Italy to Egypt in 2003 filed for ten million euros of damages from Italian and American spies on trial for his abduction. Nasr, who was under investigation in Italy on suspicion of helping terrorists, was released early in 2007 from a Cairo jail. His wife separately filed for five million euros in damages. Nabila Ghali, Nasr’s second wife and an Italian citizen, said through her lawyer that she and her children had gone through &ldqu... More
 
 
 
JAVA QUAKE SURVIVORS FACE HEALTH RISKS
 
As relief efforts are ramped up following the West Sumatra earthquake on September 30, aid groups have warned that thousands of survivors of an earlier quake on the Indonesian island of Java are facing health risks unless they receive adequate shelter. Aid workers said some of the 196,000 people who have been sheltered in 24 camps for the displaced in West Java province after the September 2 quake have been exposed to extreme heat during the day and cold at night. People are living in huts,... More
 
 
 
VOTE MUSLIM IN WILDERS HOME TOWN
 
The Dutch Muslim Party (NMP) is to contest the local council elections in Venlo, the home town of anti-Islam PVV party leader Geert Wilders. The decision to take part in the November 18 elections in Venlo was announced by the chairman and founder of the NMP, Henny Kreeft. Four candidates – two with a Moroccan, one with a Turkish and one with a Pakistani background – will be on the NMP election list. The party hopes to win two seats, one from Labour and one from the green left Gr... More
 
 
 
CREDIT CARD FRAUD
 
As international financial transactions are increasingly based on plastic rather than cash, the security of those using credit cards is being breached and fraud is on the rise. Saudi police recently arrested a group of people involved in fraudulent credit card transactions, a phenomenon which is common in western countries and in other parts of the world. Abu Faisal, an expatriate, became a victim of credit card fraud when he went to the UK recently for his vacation.

Upon his retu... More

 
 
 
IRAN WARNS RETALIATION
 

Iran issued another warning against any attack on the country, while claiming its talks with world powers over its controversial nuclear programme were “a success and a victory.” Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s deputy representative to the Revolutionary Guards, Mojtaba Zolnour, said Tehran will “blow up the heart” of Israel if attacked by the Jewish state or the United States. “Even if one American or Zionist missile hits our land, before the dust i... More

 
 
 
MALAYSIAN INDIAN MUSLIMS IN POLITICS
 
The Indian Muslim Malaysian Congress (Kimma) will meet the Prime Minister in a renewed bid to join the Barisan National coalition soon. Its president Mohd Fazil William Abdullah said the party, formed 33 years ago, had tried to join Barisan five times since Tun Abdul Razak was Prime Minister. He said children from the community are finding it difficult to gain entry into local universities while some had health problems requiring them to undergo dialysis. Mohd Fazil added that Kimma was mor... More
 
 
 
NEPALESE GANG BUSTED IN JEDDAH
 

The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of Jeddah Police on October 9 raided a gambling den in Al-Bawadi District in northern Jeddah and held 12 Nepalese men said to be the den’s operators. The police action came after weeks of surveillance. The gang was also involved in managing an illegal lottery scheme and a special hall was also prepared for gambling linked to an international network. Some of those arrested were involved in the sale of lottery tickets worth SR40 and SR150 and t... More

 
 
 
SAUDI, MALAYSIAN ALLIANCE ON TOURISM
 

Saudi Arabia is keen to tap Malaysian expertise and work together to promote its tourism industry. Malaysian International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Mustapa Mohamed and Saudi Arabia-Malaysia Business Council chairman Dr Sheikh Ghassan Al-Sulaiman discussed investment and joint venture potentials, which included the development of tourism-related infrastructure. Malaysian Trade Commissioner, Amran Yem said Malaysia was invited to take part in the development of “Islam-centric&rdq... More

 
 
 
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