We are visiting Central Jamaat-e Ahl-e Sunnat, the mosque with the largest member base in Norway, to talk to its spiritual leader.
The mosque was founded in and currently has more than 5, members. The Imam begins by explaining that all three heavenly religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam, are sacred to them.
Many people are unaware of this fact, says Sarwar. Both of them believe that the school visits confirms their views that Norwegians in general have an inaccurate impression of Islam and Muslims.
People are ignorant because they get their information from the media, and the media only write negatively about Islam. Only a handful of people were behind the movie about Mohammed in the U.
So who was financing them, who was backing them? A big tip of the Bodissey pickelhaube to our commenter Jolie Rouge, who has provided us with a brand new acronym.
Note the aggressor is not named other than by geographical location e. North Africa, Afghanistan and surprisingly the inclusion of Turkey.
I think JIM could have great utility for our enterprise: Who will be the first major Western politician not counting Geert Wilders to break the greatest cultural taboo of our time, and mess around with JIM?
Yesterday a group of Al Qaeda terrorists assaulted a natural gas plant in Algeria and killed two foreigners while taking 41 other hostage. Today Algerian special forces staged a helicopter raid on the plant, killing a number of the hostages — between six and 34, depending on whose figures you believe — in the process of taking out the terrorists.
Among the foreign hostages were American, British, French, and Japanese nationals. In other news, Germany has begun repatriating its foreign gold reserves, which are stored in vaults in Paris, London, and the United States.
The following article tells a brief tale about immigrant-on-immigrant violence in Cologne, with Muslims of immigrant background dealing it out and Russian immigrants as victims.
It shows the attempts by a Turk to protect a Russian family and being killed for his trouble. The translated article from Quotenqueen:. Two criminal foreigners, free to terrorize their neighbors despite drug-related and violent crimes, killed a Turkish husband and father who tried to get them to behave.
It happened in a sector of the city called Bickendorf — a district notorious for years for immigrant violence and bordering on the thoroughly Islamized Ehrenfeld.
But no one was killed. The Spanish government recently revoked his status as a political refugee in Spain, and he is due to be deported to Pakistan, where he will face the death penalty for blasphemy.
There is currently a push to persuade the Canadian government to grant him and his family political asylum. Firasat was interviewed recently on Alerta Digital TV.
The video below shows the third part of the interview, and includes segments in English of a statement by Terry Jones. Part 1 , Part 2.
Many thanks to our Spanish correspondent Hermes for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:. That means I am watching big, fat flakes accumulating on everything — though the driveway is still clear.
Prior to that, we awoke this morning to heavy rains. It is our good fortune that there was never any period of transitional ice.
Why am I talking about the weather, you ask? Because this heavy wet snow may well eventuate in a power outage.
Should that happen we would have no way to tell you why when, once again, no one seems to be home. And thanks to the generosity of our donors several years ago, we installed a gas cook stove so we can cook and have — thank heavens, again — hot coffee during the outage.
Yes, we are careful regarding the possibility of carbon monoxide poisoning if we were to use the stove for heat.
Yesterday we reported on a group of young Muslim men who accost pedestrians in certain parts of east London. The original post included an embedded video taken by the group and posted on their YouTube account.
As you all know by now, our blog was suddenly removed last night between 8 and 9pm EST for no apparent reason.
Blogger never provided any explanation before, during, or after the outage. I assume it was an internal technical problem at Google.
Below is a portion of a mass email I sent out earlier today to dozens of people who had written to us to ask what happened:.
One second it was there; the next it was gone. If we had violated their terms of service, we should have received an email, according to their own established procedure.
But we received no email. And, as you can see, I still have the gmail account. Late last night I began the process that one always goes through with Blogger: We actually received a response, which is unusual with Google.
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Juste was not able to continue due to a self-sustained injury to his left shoulder. Both fighters did very little as they looked for openings to counter.
In the fourth round, both fighters attempted to land a punch, but instead collided heads. Dirrell winced in pain, pointing to his head, while St.
Juste complained of an injury to his left shoulder. When the action resumed, Dirrell went after St. Juste, throwing hard punches to the head.
Juste turned away, continuing to complain about the injury, prompting referee Jack Reiss to stop the fight at 2: Juste refused to fight on.
With the victory, Dirrell becomes the mandatory challenger for a world title belt. Hard-hitting ShoBox alum Chris Avalos and Jhonatan Romero will square off in a round co-feature battle of up-and-coming super bantamweights.
The once-beaten Avalos, who will be making a record sixth appearance on ShoBox. After establishing himself as a star in both his native Romania and his adopted homeland of Canada, IBF super-middleweight champion Lucian Bute plans to take on New York for figuring if he can make it there, he can make it anywhere.
Read more December 2, St-Juste, Dirrell weights and quotes Unbeaten, top-ranked super middleweight Anthony Dirrell tipped the scales at pounds and fellow world-ranked southpaw Renan St-Juste weighed in at Dirrell , 20 KOs , of Flint, Mich.
The New Generation on Friday, Dec. The power-punching, fan-friendly Oliveira , 12 KOs , rated No.
The year-old Oliveira is coming off of his impressive Shobox: The Next Generation debut Nov. On Sunday, surgeons successfully repaired his broken jaw, suffered Saturday night in round two of his close 12 round UD loss , , to Selcuk Aydin.
I was immediately aware of my injury but I felt I could continue and win the fight anyway. The official scores proved me wrong but I certainly came close.
Dan will fly to Romania on Wednesday, November 30th for a well deserved vacation with his family. He is scheduled to land in Bucharest at I am proud of his gladiator performance.
He will be back! Dan fought more aggressively than the first fight, and Aydin was happy to mix it up. Just like in the first fight, Dan was down in round one.
Aydin landed the heavier shots while Dan was busier for the rest of the bout. Aydin dropped Dan again in round eleven. Aydin was deducted a point in round twelve by referee Massimo Barrovecchio.
In the end, the knockdowns made the difference as Aydin won , , Aydin won their first fight by controversial split decision in June Dan had to spend the night at University hospital in Trabzon where he underwent surgery to repair a broken jaw on Sunday.
It is suspected that he suffered the injury in round four and he toughed out the last eight rounds with a broken jaw. Boyd , 5kos captures his first professional title and avenges a split decision loss to Clavette back in Clavette, who was born in Grand Fall, New Brunswick, losses in his return to the ring after a 31 month hiatas, falling to a still respectable On the undercard, the Aucoin brothers each collected victories as middleweight Chris collected a 6 round unanimous decision over Marcel Maillet Jr to improve to and Dave, now 1ko stopped Jamie Taylor in round 5 of their 6 round welterweight contest.
In a upset, freshly crowned Canadian NCC super middleweight champ Eric Roy was stopped by Danny Netzer in the second round in a middleweight non title affair.
Netzer was making his pro debut against the now 3kos Roy. Fredericton, New Brunswick light heavyweight Brandon Brewer improved to 1ko with a 4 round unanimous decision over Darren Fletcher Brandon Cook made quick work of Jason Bernava, stopping the Moncton fighter in the opening round of their middleweight clash.
Cook, fighting out of Ajax, Ontario moves to 2kos as a pro while Moncton's Bernava still search of win number one, now Arron Corrigan collected his first professional victory with a 4 round unanimous decision victory over Norman Peters in cruiserweight action.
Corrigan, fighting out of Prince Edward Island, moves to Round out the card was a 4 round light heavyweight contest with Nathan Millier , 1ko taking on Steve Rogers debut which ended in a no contest after two rounds.
November 26, Trotter calls out Trupish and Zewski After his recent victory over Richard Reittie in Calgary, undefeated light middleweight Janks Trotter , 7 kos told friends and associates he would like to fight Adam Trupish or undefeated Mikael Zewski next.
Trotter added that he thinks Trupish is "ducking" him. According to Trotter, Trupish needs to "stop backing up" and stand up like a man, if he can.
Trotter said the fight could happen in Calgary, Edmonton or Siberia.. As for Zewski, Trotter thinks the youngster looks "fight ready" on a glossy promotional poster.
When asked when he could be ready for his next bout, Trotter simply replied Hennessy Sports press release. November 25, Weights from Turkey. Jo Jo Dan lbs vs.
Dan refused to talk about the first fight and the controversial result but his trainer Pierre Bouchard said how the team feels about the loss. We expect a better and stronger Selcuk Aydin this time.
But Jo Jo will be stronger as well. I will leave no room for any discussions. I want to prove that I can stop Jo Jo.
For those who knew him, it was impossible to forget. David Dusang was the Jewish Bomber. And for many who lived through the era of the 70s and 80s when the Winnipeg boxing scene was thriving, Dusang was a fan favorite and one of the best ever produced in this province Initially Team Brown was told the bout with Marciales would be an 8 round non-title bout but the fight was later sanctioned for ten rounds with the belt on the line.
However, Marciales who arrived in Trinidad on Friday after the official weigh in tipped the scales at lbs while Brown was comfortably at Marciales took a standing eight count in the first round, and hit the canvas in the third before the official called the fight in the fourth round No-one anticipated this one going to the scorecards with Trotter scoring 6 KO victories in 8 tries and Toronto's Reittie stopping 7 of his 10 opponents.
The opening rounds were all fought in close quarters, each testing each others resolve. Trotter , 7kos would increase his work rate in the middle rounds, sometimes throwing in excess of punches a round.
Reittie , 7kos tried to match the Calgarian punch for punch but to no avail. Reittie began to take a beating in round 7, only his heart kept him upright.
A Trotter right hand had Reittie in serious trouble early in round 8, forcing referee Wes Melton to halt the contest at the 1: Fury turned the tables in the third, dropping Pajkic twice and the bout was waved off by referee Phil Edwards.
Pajkic seemed to be clear-headed and complained bitterly about the stoppage. When the Canadian champion came straight down the pipe with a big overhand right hand midway through the second, the hometown fighter was suddenly on the canvas in the middle of ring for the first time in his career.
Fury was able to beat the count with little problem but did eat another big right before the round was over. Fury was able to turn the tables early in the next round, landing an uppercut that would ultimately change the course of the short fight.
The Commonwealth champion was able to fire off a series of right hands while in close in a clench, slowly hammering away and methodically nailing the Canadian into the canvas.
Pajkic was able to rise to his feet with still two minutes left in the round and looked like he was going to make it to the end when another Fury right drove him down into the ropes for a second time.
The massive heavyweight looked to be on his way to a third knockdown when referee Phil Edwards pulled the plug on the fight, much to the dismay of Pajkic who took a shove at the official.
Time did nothing to suppress the anger of the defeated challenger when during the official announcement of the decision Pajkic let his case be known to those in attendance using the microphone to let fans know he was willing and able to continue.
Fury is scheduled to return to the ring January November 13, Shot of the day! Canadian Light Welterweight prospect Steve Claggett found himself at the Pacquiao-Marquez presser in Vegas, getting an opportunity to snap a quick photo with the pound for pound best fighter on the planet.
Clagget is current getting in some sparring in Las Vegas, preparing for his return to the ring November 19th in Calgary, Alberta.
Ace Freeman November 11, Pajkic and Fury: Tensions for the fight have been brewing for over a year ever since Fury touched down onto Canadian soil and challenged Pajkic as he was putting the finishing touches of a Canadian title defence just north of Toronto.
The normally outspoken Pajkic, who said at his press conference in Canada on Dec, 20, "Once the day comes, if he gets enough balls to fight me, he is going to be well overmatched against me.
The first screening will be on November 11th at 9pm eastern time with subsequent screenings throughout the month. November 9, Pajkic-Fury presser Commonwealth Heavyweight champion Tyson Fury and challenger Canadian champion Neven Pajkic met at the press conference for the first time since their heated encounter at the Casino Rama, Toronto, Canada back in December , ahead of their showdown this Saturday night Nov 12 at EventCity, Manchester.
There is an ongoing legal dispute between Gatti relatives and his widow over his assets. Former WBC light heavyweight champion Donny LaLonde addressed the board of directors with an initiative that he has recently undertaken.
LaLonde has mde no secret that over his 23 year professional boxing career, he suffered many injuries and approached treating them with natural, holistic medicine.
One treatment LaLonde is espousing for boxers Cranio-Sacral therapy. C-S Therapy I used among the holistic community, including massage therapists, and osteopaths to treat mental stress, TMJ, migraines, neck and back pain, and release trapped nerves and ease movement of cerebro-spinal fluid.
A techno song and dance group, ala a Ukrainian version of the Black Eyed Peas, rocked the house over several encores. Meanwhile various recognitions and awards were given out also over several rounds, for contributions to boxing.
Here is how our talent rankings within the NABF sanctioning body. Here is how our fighting Canucks rank within the WBC sanctioning body.
Roy , 3KOs who previous lost a 6 round decision to Arbuckle , 1KO a little over a year ago, left little doubt in this one, ending the 34 yr old Moncton fighter's 4 bout winning streak.
Look for the year-old St-Basile native and new national champion to defend his title shortly. Arsenault improves to 2KOs while Savoie, who was in his comeback after a 13 year hiatas, falls to 4KOs.
Savoie held the Canadian Super Middleweight title from including an impressive title defense against Fernand Marcotte W In heavyweight action, Cape-Pele, New Brunswick's Kevin Cormier scored his third consecutive openning round knockout victory by blasting out Justin Henderson debut in 2 minutes and 8 seconds.
The co-main event for the evening was scrubbed when Julien Collette, the reigning Maritime and Eastern Canadian heavyweight champion injured himself while warming up for his bout with Sylvain Roy.
No word on the extent of the injury or how long Collette will be on the shelf. It's is often said, that where there a will, there's a way.
According to super-middleweight champion Lucian Bute's trainer Stephane Larouche, if you have the will, you better find a way if you want to make a mark against the undefeated fighter who made his 9th title defense Saturday night in Quebec City before over 15, passionate fans.
It was the shot heard round the boxing world Saturday night; super-lightweight Pier-Olivier Cote, a virtual unknown to even the most ardent of fans, hit a homerun on Showtime Championship Boxing, the echoes that are still reverberating days later.
Cote was given a rare chance for a relative newcomer to showcase his talents on the specialty channel's premiere vehicle and delivered by scoring with a scintilating left hook that obliterated Jorge Luis Teron at the: Cote who moved to with his 12th knockout actually made his pro debut back when Bute was making the very first defense of his title in and has seen a steady rise of his stock ever since.
Friends shouldn't let freinds fight friends. After sparring close to rounds in the past, Glen Johnson and IBF super-middleweight champion gave a loud deafening crowd 12 more a fight that sometimes simmered, but never boiled over.
Bute was able to easily control the action, out-jabbing the "Road Warrior" who often looked more road-weary by scores of , , I did that by ou-tjabbing him every chance I had.
Johnson meanwhile often had the piston going but often at long range connecting with 81 of thrown, a Johnson for his part thought he had done enough to win the fight.
I felt I beat him to the punch though. It's not easy coming on the road like this, your opponent does one little thing and the crowd erupts.
Bute will be ringside for Super Six final December 17th and feels that Andre Ward will come out the winner by decision.
Sebastien Demers made a good account for himself but fell to a decision to former world title challenger and Super Six contestant Allan Green 21KO.
Demers 11KO hadn't made it out of the third round in his last two fights but gave Green everything he could handle over the course of ten rounds, losing a , , decision.
Green who had come in 3 pounds heavy had Demers rocked several times in the fight but any continued exchanges usually ended with one or both fighters hanging on.
Demers had hoped to get Green to deep waters and take his chances and seemed things were going to plan in the seventh where he was able to connect with a couple of rights but couldn't follow up and Green quickly maintained the upper hand.
Demers had his moments over the course of ten, but Green was control most of the way. Scores were , , Bute will now attend the Super Six Final in December and hopes to face the winner.
Meanwhile Johnson stated after the fight that he thought he won the fight. He dropped Teron twice in round two to end it at: Scores were all around with two of the scorecards favouring the Toronto based fighter and one going the way of Gauthier.
Both fighters fought through cut eyes for most of the fight with Molitor's left particularly bad and the doctor checking it out before the final round.
Molitor got off to a slow start but controlled a good portion of the middle rounds, connecting with solid lefts and showing angles over a tired Gauthier who looked to be running on fumes from almost the beginning of the fight.
Bizier stops Bladt Hometown fighter Kevin Bizier 12KO gave his hometown fans a thrill as the undefeated welterweight destroyed Christian Bladt with a left hook that had the Danish fighter down and crashing hard into the canvas and the doctors coming up the stairs as soon as the count was started.
Bizier who hails from Quebec City put down Bladt with a thud heard in the cheap seats early in the third after dominating the fight over a defensive minded fighter who looked to be trying his best to survive.
Hyppolite victorious Schiller Hyppolite ended things with a left hook and took down Dale Golden down for a second time and ended things at 2: Barthelemy destroys Barrera Rances Barthelemy got action underway with a bang in Quebec City as the undefeated Cuban fighting out of Miami destroyed Alejandro Barrera with four knockdowns as he moved to scoring his 11th knockout.
Only three of the four counted as one was waived off at the end of first round. It certainly had it's effect though as Barrera was easy pickings in the 2nd and went down twice more before calling it a night.
Super-featherweight Barthelemy who is promoted by Warriors Boxing had pin-point control and looked impressive in this shortened outing.
While much has been made of friends and former sparring partners Lucian Bute and Glen Johnson facing off in the main event Saturday in Quebec City Saturday night, they are the only pair who have met up with bigger gloves and headgear in preparing for for a championship fight.
Former two-time world champion Steve Molitor 12KO returns to the ring for the first time since travelling to South Africa in March and losing his losing his IBF super-bantamweight belt to Takalani Ndlovu who he was facing for the third time.
Molitor will meet former sparring partner Sebastien Gauthier 13KO who moves up in weight in hopes of making a statement against the man he used to help prepare for championship fights.
It's a make or break fight for both fighters. Both are former world title challengers. Both have lost two of their last three. While both fighters dig deep to find answers, Demers has made a change in trainers, hiring Howard Grant as he hopes to move forward.
He doesn't cut any corners, we do the hard work, we do the grind. Read more November 5, Cote: Cesar Soriano is one of those boxers who has made the trip to Montreal many times.
An experienced rugged Mexican opponent who wins as many as he loses, he has been brought in to give the local guys some rounds and a hard earned 'W'.
He had been brought in a total of five times and made it to the scorecard each time against quality opponents such as Logan McGuiness, Jo Jo Dan, and Kevin Bizier.
When he was brought in for Pier-Olivier Cote, he lasted 30 seconds. He is about as laid back as you can get without demanding a drug test.
Glen Johnson was an oasis of calm Friday, quietly sitting backstage in a Quebec City suburban shopping mall after weighing in at While the champion was whisked in and out quickly with a stealth security squad, Johnson remained and obliged fans with pictures and autographs.
Fightnews was able to ask the veteran fighter his thoughts going into what will be his 11th championship fight. Pier Olivier Cote lbs vs.
In their first fight in June Aydin dominated the early rounds, knocking down his opponent in the first stanza. Jo Jo not only got up from the knockdown, but came back strong and even seemed to get stronger the longer the fight lasted.
In the end, Aydin won by split decision. Both guys think that they still have to settle the score with the other guy. If not the cycle of life, it is certainly the cycle of boxing.
One star shines increasingly brighter while another fades further and further into the background, flickering and showing glimpses of hope, but becoming increasingly harder to see.
New stars are given rise off the names that came before them. Sometimes the neophytes bite off more than can chew, but if the cards are dealt correctly, hunger will win out over experience.
The pair hook up on Saturday December 10th at the Bell Centre. November 1, Bute-Johnson: They know each other inside and outside of the ring.
They refer to each other as friends. They have sparred upwards of 96 rounds inside the ring helping each other prepare for battle against other opponents.
Read more October 26, Bute, Johnson speak Source: The largest box office draw in Canadian boxing, the undefeated, Romanian-born Bute will enter the ring at Pepsi Coliseum in Quebec with an unblemished record of with 24 KOs.
Bute has registered knockouts in seven of his eight title defenses. The year-old Johnson , 35 KOs will make his 10th appearance in a world title fight, once again traveling to enemy territory for a shot at a championship.
A hard right hand dropped Henson hard only moments into the bout. Henson barely beat the count, only to be dropped again by a follow-up left hook, convincing referee Gary Rosato to waive off the bout at 1: October 22, McGuinness stops Gaudet.
Time of the stoppage was 1: Gaudet employeed the same strategy as in the Humberto Soto fight, constant movement, stopping only long enough to fire off a combination or two, before retreating.
While not hurting McGuinness, it did pile up the points. McGuinness, cut over the left eye as early as round 2, was was forced to chase, trying to cut off the ring against his fleet footed opponent.
McGuinness , 8kos found success in the later rounds, coming out on top of most most exchanges and hurting a tiring Gaudet.
McGuinness, behind on the scorecards, finally caught up to Gaudet , 10kos in round 11, dropping him with a left hook.
Gaudet was able to make it to his feet but in no condition to continue. Referee Dave Dunbar wisely stopped the contest giving McGuinness the biggest victory of his career so far.
Mississauga, Ontario light middleweight Samuel Vargas scored the biggest win of his career with an impressive stoppage victory over Montreal's Ahmad Cheikho.
Cheikho was unable to answer the bell for round six in this battle of up and comming prospects. Vargas improves to 2kos while Cheikho drops to 5kos.
Jeremy Abbott scored a surprising opening round stoppage of the usually durable Harrison McBain. McBain was dropped in the early moments of the bout.
He managed to regain his feet but was bludgeoned to the canvas a second time, hard when the bout was immediately stopped at the 1: His record drops to Abbott, fighting out of Dunnville, Ontario, improves to 2kos.
Buffalo, New York Light heavyweight prospect Lionell Thompson, recently signed by Hennessy Sports last week, scored a 6 round unanimous decision over 44 yr old Abdullah Ramadan of Toronto.
Thompson sweeped all three scorecards by identical scores of , handing Ramadan ihis fourth consecutive defeat. Thompson moves to 6kos while Ramadan slides to Brandon "Bad boy" Cook moved to 1 ko with a 4 round unanimous decision over Darren Fletcher of Brantford, Ontario in a light middleweight contest.
Two judges gave Cook every round, posting identical scorecards while the third judge saw it a little closer, in favor of the Ajax, Ontario fighter.
Mississauga heavyweight Dillon Carman had little trouble with Gord Franjic, brother of light heavyweight prospect Steve Franjic, dropping him hard once and finishing him off seconds later to improve to a perfect 2kos.
Time of the stoppage was 39 seconds of round 1. Undefeated light welterweight prospect Dierry "Dougy Style" Jean won a lopsided 10 round unanimous decision over former world contender Francisco Lorenzo of the Dominican Republic moments ago at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec.
Scores of the bout were , , all in favor of Jean. Jean was able to time the smaller Lorenzo , 17kos with the uppercut perfectly as Lorenzo found himself on the canvas in rounds 1 and 9.
The 39 yr old got up each time but was completely ineffective in trying to get inside the much bigger Jean , 13kos.
Jean controlled the action for the middle rounds and as Lorenzo began to tire in round 8, Jean began to touch him more regularly with jab, right hand combinations.
The 29 yr old Jean tried for the knockout in round 10, launching an all out assault but Lorenzo was determined to hear the final bell, as he has done in each of his 10 previous defeats.
The bout was Jean's first since fracturing his jaw in a victory over Wilfredo Negron last November. The tone was set in the opening moments of the first round when Alvarez , 4kos landed a right hand that stunned Walchuk, sending him stumbling into the ropes.
Walchuk fought off the ropes and landed a left hook flush on the chin of Alvarez who didnt blink. The next 3 rounds had Walchuk using the entire ring, landing some nice punches but nothing to deter or hurt Alvarez who simply walked down his man.
A 3 punch combination ending with a right to the top of the head downed Walchuk , 2kos in round 5 where the Kitchener fighter took an 8 count before deciding to continue.
Alvarez then punished Walchuk for the full 3 minutes of round 6, landing punches that split the guard of Walchuk with regularity. At the end of round 6, Walchuk had his right glove immediately removed citing a hand injury and ending his night early.
Manolis Plaitis outworked Arvydas Trizno of Lithuanian over the course of 6 rounds to earn a unanimous decision victory in light middleweight action.
Plaitis , 8kos simply let his hand go from the opening bell, leaving Trizno no other option but to cover up and wait on his punches. The former Canadian champ never took his foot off the pedal, fighting hard for all 3 minutes of each round.