Pakistan’s Supreme Court on Wednesday overturned the conviction of a Christian woman sentenced to death for blasphemy against Islam’s prophet, ordering her to be freed if she was not accused of any other crime. Chief Justice Saqib Nisar overturned the conviction by the Lahore High Court that had sentenced Asia Bibi, a mother of four, to death in 2010. Her case has outraged Christians worldwide and been a source of division within Pakistan, where two politicians who sought to help Bibi were assassinated. A hardline Islamist party has threatened street protests if Bibi were to be freed or her sentence reduced.
President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump greeted and thanked by hospital staffers during their visit to those injured in the attack Saturday at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh.
Shameless gangsters who rule capital's drug trade post pictures of guns and wads of cash on public Instagram page with more than 8,000 images. Members of an Albanian gang flooding Britain with cocaine are brazenly posting pictures online showing off their guns, cash and expensive cars, it was revealed today.
Showing how Democrats cheat and desperately try to influence voters...MSNBC anchor Chris Hayes was left red-faced Monday evening after the cable news network aired a graphic showing Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum beating his Republican rival Ron DeSantis by 45,000 votes.
Why even create this graphic??
Of course, polls for the hotly contested race do not close until, 11-6, Tuesday evening.
Marco Rubio has been leading the charge against Democrat Party voter manufacturing and voter fraud in the state of Florida.
Rubio called out Broward County two days after the election after the corrupt Democrat elections officials manufactured over 80,000 new ballots after Election Day. On Thursday night Marco Rubio reported on the planned Democrat voter fraud after Election Day.
Democrat leaders in Florida directed staffers and volunteers to shear altered election forms to fix improper absentee ballots AFTER THE DEADLINE.
The plan was to have Florida voters fix and submit as many absentee votes as possible in hopes of including them in the vote totals.
This week, Theresa May’s government teetered on the point of collapse over her proposed Brexit deal. The withdrawal agreement between the UK and Brussels led to Dominic Raab and Esther McVey resigning in protest. However, May’s remaining ministers have since attempted to rally around her at least in the short term. Speaking on Friday, Liam Fox – the International Trade Secretary – gave a speech in which he declared ‘a deal is better than no deal’. This is rather different to May’s old claim that ‘no deal is better than a bad deal’.
So, is Fox right? We thought it best to let readers decide for themselves. In theory, Britain is leaving the EU on 29 March 2019. But the legal small print, published by Brussels, shows what this means. Parliament will be asked to ratify a deal which clearly admits that ‘all references to ‘Member States’ and competent authorities of Member States…shall be read as including the United Kingdom.’ (Article 7). So the UK will be bound by EU laws, at least during a transition period. But this ‘transition period’ can be be made to last forever (Article 132). And even if a successor deal is agreed, the UK will have signed away other rights for years to come.
Islamification of Europe continues - European Court Of Human Rights Blasphemy Laws: Where A Word Out Of Place Can Cost Your LifePosted On :
The European Court of Human Rights ruled that criticism of Muhammad constitutes incitement to hatred – meaning that in Europe, criticizing Muhammad is no longer protected free speech.
But even after two years of fearmongering and vacillation, it’s not too late for robust leadership to deliver the Brexit that people voted for. It’s time for Britain to announce what it will do if the EU can’t make an acceptable offer by March 29 next year — and how it would handle no deal. Freed from EU rules, Britain would automatically revert to world trade, using rules agreed by the World Trade Organization. It works pretty well for Australia. So why on earth would it not work just as well for the world’s fifth-largest economy?