And they’re coming to knock on your door:
Khurram Bajwa, president of the prairie region of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association of Canada, holds brochures they will deliver door-to-door in Edmonton, Leduc, Red Deer and 47 other places around the country on Oct. 14, 2012.
EDMONTON – Local Mustards will go door-to-door in Edmonton and Leduc this weekend as part of a national campaign to educate Canadians about Islam and dispel misconceptions about Muhammad made in an American anti-Muslim video.
Deceived by a Queen?
Paki beauty queen flees US after duping dozens
NEW YORK – A Paki couple allegedly swindled more than a dozen California homeowners of thousands of dollars in an elaborate loan scam before fleeing to Lahore, Pakistan, a country which has no extradition arrangement with the US, according to a media report.
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- Protests against anti-Islam film spread