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Drunk Iranian girls assault, bite police in Bangalore

Posted by jagoindia on February 19, 2010


 

Drunken Iranian girls bite and beat up policemen
Aravind Gowda 
Bangalore, February 19, 2010 

The prospect of 60 lashings appears to have had a sobering effect on two sloshed Iranian women students who allegedly assaulted policemen conducting routine checks on Wednesday night.

This is the stiff punishment for drinking that awaits them back home if they are deported. Consequently, they were believed to be pleading for mercy a day after their drunken display of rage.

The two foreign nationals were produced before a local court on Thursday evening. The government may deport the women to Iran if they are found guilty of any of the multiple cases registered against them by the Bangalore police.

The Iranians in the dock – Azhar Fazile and Fathima Muhmad – are both in their late 20s and study in separate private colleges in the city. On Wednesday, the women were travelling in a car when they were flagged down by the Commercial Street police near M. G. Road around 1 a.m.

Both girls were drinking beer and wine in the car, the police said. They were also found to be in possession of several liquor bottles. This was not all. Neither of them had a valid driving licence. The car’s registration papers were also not available.

According to the police, Fathima — who was at the wheel — was subjected to an alcometer test. Her alcohol consumption level was detected to be 59 per cent above permissible limits, the police said, adding that they then tried to take possession of the women’s car.

“That’s when Fathima and Azhar started throwing a violent tantrum. They hurled abuses and dared the policemen to arrest them. One of them even bit sub-inspector Rao Ganesh Janardhan when he tried to get them out of the car,” Commercial Street assistant commissioner of police Ashok Kumar said.

“When I managed to pull Fathima out of the car, she started hitting me again with a tool. Then she fled,” Janardhan, who sustained a minor fracture on the forearm, said.

But Fathima returned soon and smashed her own car’s windscreen with a stone, said the police. The two were somehow overpowered with the help of bystanders and taken to the police station.

When the crew of a Kannada TV channel turned up at the police station, Fathima rushed towards the cameraman and smashed his equipment, a police officer said. She had to be pinned to the ground for a few minutes.

After some time both girls came to their senses, he added.

The police have arrested the women and registered multiple cases against them. “We have impounded their passports. Both are in India on student visas. Such behaviour can be ruinous for their academic career,” deputy commissioner of police Chandrashekhar said.

The police have informed the Iranian Consulate in Hyderabad about the incident. “Both girls have realised their mistake. They are pleading for mercy,” said Kumar.

The city police have issued a stern warning to all foreign students in the city. Bangalore is a popular destination for students from Iran, Lebanon, Bahrain and several east African countries.

Posted in Bangalore, Iran, Karnataka, Muslims, State | 2 Comments »

3 Muslims get life term for Surat gang rape

Posted by jagoindia on February 19, 2010


Surat gang rape case: All 3 accused get life term

Friday , Feb 19, 2010

A local court here on Friday awarded life sentence to the three accused in the infamous July 2009 Surat gang rape case that had rocked the city.

A Principal and Sessions Judge held the three accused in the infamous gang rape case and sentenced life imprisonment to the accused Sahid Syeed, Tariq Syeed and Abu Bakr Ismail.

The trio raped 17-year old class 12th schoolgirl around 5 a.m. on July 12, 2009 while she was on her way to the tuition. She was picked up by the accused in their car posing as police officials, who then raped her in the vehicle shocking the conscience of the people of the city.

The accused had also recorded the rape on their mobile phones. The three were however, arrested within hours of the incident.

The chargesheet in the case was filed on July 24, 2009. The hearing was scheduled on day-to-day basis.

The accused Shahid and Tariq are sons of police officials.

The city was on boil after the incident and circulation of MMS. There were protests in the city after the gang rape of a 17-year-old minor girl.

The court has completed the hearing time in record time and announced the verdict within a year of incident setting an example for others.

Posted in Gujarat, Indian Muslims, State, Surat | Leave a Comment »

Mullahs issue fatwa forbidding Muslim Americans from using full-body airport scanners

Posted by jagoindia on February 19, 2010


Islamic scholars issue fatwa forbidding Muslim-Americans from using full-body airport scanners

BY Neil Nagraj  DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER
Friday, February 12th 2010

A body of North American Islamic scholars has issued a fatwa, or religious decree, forbidding Muslims from passing through the devices, the Detroit -Free Press reports, saying they violate the faith’s teachings on modesty.

“It is a violation of clear Islamic teachings that men or women be seen naked by other men and women,” the ruling, issued by The Fiqh Council of North America, states.

“Islam highly emphasizes haya (modesty) and considers it part of faith. The Quran has commanded the believers, both men and women, to cover their private parts.”

Another Muslim group, The Council on American-Islamic Relations, backed the proclamation.

“We support the Fiqh Council’s statement on full-body scanners and believe that the religious and privacy rights of passengers can be respected while maintaining safety and security,” Nihad Awad, national executive director of CAIR, told the Detroit Free Press.

The machines at issue render a detailed outline of the scanned individual’s body that the Transportation Security Administration says is immediately destroyed.

The TSA says going through the scanners is “optional to all passengers.” Individuals can refuse the screening, the newspaper reports, and instead be patted down by a TSA guard.

The employment of full-body scanners has come under fire from civil libertarians, who say the devices are analogous to a strip search.

Posted in Cleric, Fatwa, Islamofascism, Muslims, United States of America | 1 Comment »

Pune blast resulted from security diversion for “My Name Is Khan”: Bitta, Chairman of All India Anti-Terrorist Front

Posted by jagoindia on February 19, 2010


Pune blast resulted from security diversion for MNIK: Bitta

PTI, Feb 17, 2010

PUNE:  A security diversion to protect the Shah Rukh Khan movie ‘MNIK’ offered an opportune moment for the ISI to engineer the terror attack in Pune, Chairman of All India Anti-Terrorist Front M S Bitta alleged.

“THE ISI capitalized on the prevailing situation to strike Pune where security infrastructure was lame,” he told a press conference here.

Bitta who visited the blast victims at a city hospital, said Pune is a big city in India and a leading educational and economic hub and the masterminds of the German Bakery blast had designs to harm that status.

“Beefing up security in Pune after the blast is nothing but a farce. Why the government did not do it earlier in view of the burgeoning proportions of the city ?,” he asked and blamed politicians for playing “politics over the dead bodies”.

Bitta also criticised Shiv Sena and MNS for their “divisive politics” and said that was precisely what Pakistan wanted.

He demanded immediate hanging of Pakistani gunman Ajmal Kasab and Afzal Guru involved in the Parliament attack and constitution of Anti-Terrorist military court to try cases on fast track.

“Afzal is still evading the noose and Kasab is enjoying mutton Biryani from Mumbai police,” he commented.

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How Islam came to India and why it should go from India

Posted by jagoindia on February 19, 2010


How Islam came to India and why now i tneeds to go from India Link

Posted in Indian Muslims, Islam, Islamofascism, Terrorism | Leave a Comment »