Ransom Demand for German Hostages
Archive photo of airhead Jill Carroll (replacement for another picture from a bunch of wankers who call themselves “diggers realm”- )
The German government has been presented with a new challenge in Yemen. Kidnappers holding a German family are allegedly demanding $2 million in ransom and the release of several suspected Islamist terrorists being held by the Yemeni government. The demands are being met with skepticism.Â more…
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The Pain of Listening
For years, US interrogators at Guantanamo used painfully loud music on prisoners at Camp Delta. Rock musicians like Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine and civil rights organization are demanding an investigation into the practice.Â By Tobias RappÂ more…
More than half of the approx. 220,000 Turkish immigrants – 2.65% of the 8.3 million people in Austria – want Islamic law introduced into the Austrian legal system.Â Asked whether some parts of Islamic law (e.g. marriage, family and inheritance laws) should be incorporated into Austrian law, 50% agreed, 16% said it depended on which elements were incorporated and 22% were against it.Â Responses varied by education level and German language skills, but religion was the most decisive factor.Â Close to 62% of religious-political Muslims agreed Sharia should be incorporated, compared to 41% of secular Muslims.Â In both groups, an additional 16% said it depends on what elements were to be incorporated.
72% says that following religious commandments is more important than democratic ones.Â For 57% of the Turks, the laws and regulations of Islam are more important than that of Austria.Â And almost half of the Turkish immigrants say that crime in Austria is caused by democracy… Islam in Europe>>