Nadja Benaissa, German (Muslim) Â pop singer with the girl band ‘No Angels’ has been found guilty in assault trial after being accused of having unprotected sex and not informing her sexual partners she had HIV.
A (Muslim) singer from German girl band No Angels has admitted to having unprotected sex with several partners without warning them she was HIV-positive.
Aids campaigners have been critical of the authorities’ handling of Ms Nadja Benaissa’s case, and warned against a rush to criminalise the transmission of HIV, the BBC’s Tristana Moore reports from Berlin. (BBC)(Sounds awfully familiar, what am I thinking of…?)
We love diversity, but not ifÂ it’s a smokescreen for Islamic Â Jihad.
Where better to display diversity than the Melbourne International Film Festival, where an array of films caters for all tastes.
THE unofficial leader of the Uighurs, Rebiya Kadeer,Â used her visit to Australia to urge the Federal Government to take a stand over China’s violent repression in her homeland…and to try to persuade Australia to take the remaining Uighur detainees from Guantanamo Bay.
Kadeer was here for the launch at the Melbourne International Film Festival of a documentary about her life and her people’s struggle.
The Uighurs say the Chinese Government is committing “cultural genocide” by banning the teaching of Uighur in schools, discriminating against Uighurs in jobs, closing mosques and demolishing ancient Uighur cities such as Kashgar, on the Silk Road.
Mrs Kadeer put the death toll in the July 5 demonstrations in Xinjian at more than 1000…the Chinese security forces fired on 10,000 Uighur demonstrators. Five thousand were arrested in the following days, she said.
As for the 13 Uighurs in Guantanamo Bay, who were declassified as enemy combatants in 2005, and whom the US has asked Australia to take, Kadeer says “Australia has nothing to fear.” Read it all>>
Kadeer presents the Uighur Muslim as ‘innocent’.
If this is the case, why did all the victims (ethnic Han Chinese) Â have their throats slashed?
China TV: 476 People Stabbed With Hypodermic Needles
BEIJINGÂ â€”Â Hundreds of Chinese protested deteriorating public safety Thursday after a series of mysterious syringe attacks further unnerved residents in the western Chinese city of Urumqi where ethnic rioting in July killed nearly 200 people.