Islamic State takes up stoning in Syria

Activists say the Al-Qaeda breakaway group stoned a woman to death for adultery in an incident shrouded in 'mystery'

According to aljazeera, fighters from Al-Qaeda-breakaway group the Islamic State have stoned a woman to death for adultery, in the first such execution of its kind in rebel-held northern Syria.

The stoning, first reported by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and confirmed to Al Jazeera by two activists, took place in a public square Thursday evening in the town of Tabaqa, Raqqa province. Activists said the woman was tried in an Islamic sharia court, but that witnesses to her alleged offense were never identified and that the man involved was not charged with any crime.

“Mystery surrounds the whole thing,” said Abu Khalil, an activist in Raqqa who runs the anti-Islamic State group Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently, which obtained a cell phone photograph that purports to depict the incident.

Read more...

Iranian Child Bride Faces Execution For Killing Abusive Husband

 An Iranian child bride, forced to marry at the age of 14, is facing execution after a court found her guilty of murdering her husband when she was just 17 years old

Razieh Ebrahimi was forced into marriage at the age of 14. She gave birth to her husband’s child just a year a later. Ebrahimi claims she endured years of mental and physical abuse before she shot him in the head while he was sleeping.

Razieh faces imminent execution, despite international laws prohibiting execution for crimes committed by juveniles, and Amnesty international take an action to save the life of this child bride. Join here

"I didn't know who I am or what is life all about," she said soon after being arrested. "My husband mistreated me. He used any excuse to insult me, even attacking me physically.", The Guardian reports

Read more...

Autopsy finds murdered Palestinian teen was burned alive

According to Jerusalem Post, autopsy, carried out by Israeli doctors in Tel Aviv, finds that Muhammad Abu Khdeir's burns covered 90 percent of his body.

Amid calls for a third intifada, thousands of Palestinians gathered in east Jerusalem on Friday during a violent and highly charged funeral procession for murdered teen Muhammad Abu Khdeir who, according to an autopsy report released Saturday, was burned alive.

Draped in a Palestinian flag, Abu Khdeir’s 16-year-old body was carried through his neighborhood of Shuafat under a sweltering sun to a local cemetery, as firecrackers, gunshots, and calls for vengeance pierced the air.

Read more...

Saudi Arabia Tries to Silence Center for Inquiry at Meeting of UN Human Rights Council + video

Saudi Arabia Tries to Silence Center for Inquiry (CFI) at Meeting of UN Human Rights Council
June 23, 2014

Secular Humanists Condemn Kingdom's Human Rights Abuses, Right to Speak Supported by Other Member States

Saudi Arabia tried three times today to silence the Center for Inquiry at the United Nations Human Rights Council today, attempting to stop CFI’s representative from addressing Saudi Arabia's zealous persecution of dissidents and its sweeping crackdown on fundamental human rights. 

For more details please check CFI statement about this action

Watch what happened on you tube:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CakI_sn30xg

 




ISIS establishes 'caliphate' in Iraq and Syria

Jihadist militant group Isis has said it is establishing a caliphate, or Islamic state, on the territories it controls in Iraq and Syria.

According to BBC News, the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) announced the establishment of the caliphate in an audio recording posted on the internet on Sunday.

Isis also said that from now on it would be known simply as "the Islamic State".

It also proclaimed the group's leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, as caliph and "leader for Muslims everywhere".

Read more...

Thousands of Twitter accounts promote atheism and decadence

Dr. Muhammad Abdullah Al-Awain, Al-Jazera

According to Saudi Gazette, there are over half a million Twitter accounts that target Saudi Arabia and attempt to wreak havoc in society. Only countries can run such a large number of accounts. Some of the accounts promote atheistic thoughts, some prostitution, others lewdness and homosexuality. They all have one common goal: to destroy religion and morality in society. 

There are around 4,500 accounts encouraging atheism. All of these accounts target Saudis, according to the report Dr. Fayez Al-Shehri sent to the Shoura Council.

Read more...

Fatwa asks to support God names against animated series!

 Source: CNN Arabic , Translated in breif by: @benbazaziz

Sheikh Khaled Alshayea the assistant secretary of the the global commission for  introducing the messenger has attacked animated series aired on MBC named "99" considering the idea is based on the embodiment of the names of Allah in cartoon.

" There is the inventor who called  "Aleem": who will predict what will happen, and there is "Bari": who has the ability to heal the sick. and there is "Gabbar" who has strong muscles etc" He said

So the General Presidency of Ifta has issued fatwa that with cartoon is void ad must be forbidden.

Read more...