And Palistan too, of course:
The commander visits his troops. “Ahmadinejad boosts Hezbollah with Lebanon visit,” by Elizabeth A. Kennedy and Bassem Mroue forÂ Associated Press, October 13 (thanks to JW):
The Tundra Tabloids has this:
“October 13, 2010The car of pro-Hezbollah imam Sheikh Mustafa Malas exploded this morning at dawn in front of his house in northern Lebanon, AsiaNews.it reported Oct. 13. No one was injured, but the car was completely burned and the windows in his house were shattered. A Sunni and imam at the Al Minieh mosque, Malas supports Hezbollah, Iran and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s policies.
Of course, so is he.
Provocation. “Ahmadinejad heads to border with Israel,” by Bassem Mroue and Lee Keath forÂ AP
Proof that liturgical dance should be avoided at all costs. “Sudanese Cardinal Survives Assassination Attempt,” fromÂ Zenit, October 12 (thanks to JW):
LILONGWE, Malawi — (New York Post) Muslims in southern Malawi have been burning Bibles to protest their distribution in Islamic schools by Gideon’s International, a Muslim Association of Malawi official said yesterday.
The Bibles “annoyed some parents and other leaders, who have resorted to burning the holy books . . . in protest,” said Sheik Imran Sharif.
He said the burning of bibles was carried out by a few Muslim fanatics, and the association has ordered them to stop.
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