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Ramadan 2013 – Day 17 – Sharia Exploits Compassion

In February, Spanish Justice Minister Alberto Ruiz-Gallardon announced Spain would agree to demands of the Moroccan government that children adopted from Morocco by Spanish families must remain culturally and religiously Muslim. The concession to the Moroccan government was made in…

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Ramadan 2013 – Day 16 – Forced Marriages

A video of an 11-year-old Yemeni girl and her escape from a forced marriage has gone viral since being posted by MEMRI (Middle East Media Research Institute). The Internet video posted on July 21, 2013 has received nearly 6 million…

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Ramadan 2013 – Day 15 – Ramadan Entertainment – Incitement to Hatred

Just as Christians may enjoy special holiday television shows during the Christmas season, Middle Eastern television produces specials for Muslim families during Ramadan. This year’s family entertainment includes a mini-series called Khaibar produced by a Qatari company. The series refers…

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Ramadan 2013 – Day 14 – Is Some of the Food We Eat Blessed by Allah?

A British cafeteria worker lost her job after an “unintentional error” of serving non-halal food to Muslim students at the Moseley School in Birmingham. Despite having children of multiple faiths at the school, all 1,400 students are served halal meat…

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Ramadan 2013 – Day 13 – Slavery and Islam

Meshael Alayban, a Saudi Arabian princess was arrested in California earlier this month on suspicion of human trafficking after her Kenyan maid flagged down a passing bus in Irvine. The maid claimed she had been offered $1,600 per month to…

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Ramadan 2013 – Day 12 – “Stealth Jihad” in the West?

The spread of Islam is an obligation for Muslims, and is often accomplished covertly. Stealth jihad is the advancement of Islam through non-violent methods in non-Muslim nations under the umbrellas of “tolerance” and “religious or civil rights.” Stealth jihad, through…

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Ramadan 2013 – Day 11 – Western Rape Victims – Criminals in the Middle East?

In February of 2011 during the Arab Spring protests in Egypt, Lara Logan, an American reporter from CBS, was brutally assaulted as she was in Tahrir Square covering the protest. Although not raped, she was groped by a mob of…

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