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SAT Issue 02-15 Final

SAT Issue 02-15 Final

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Pres iden t ia l Po l ls 2012
 
Year 2
 
Issue 15
 
Thursday, 25.10.12
www.satribune.co.uk 
See  page 6
 
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South Asia
“Another school girl fromSwat threatened by Taliban”
The story does not end “ Hina will be next after Malala”
NYPD paid me to ‘bait’Muslims, informant of 
Bangladeshi descent claims
More than three millionpilgrims, including twomillion from abroad,including More than 25,000British Hajj Pilgrims aretaking part in the spiritualevent Haj 1433
Groups of pilgrims have startedthe move from Madinah andother parts of the Kingdom toMakkah and Mina, chantingLabbaik Allahumma Labbaik (OGod, here I am answering yourcall). Haj must be performed atleast once in their lifetime by all Muslims capable of making
the expensive, difcult journey 
- a duty that applies equally toSunni and Shi’ite Muslims at atime of tension between Islam’s
 
Hajj Mubarak 
Labbaik Allahumma Labbaik 
(O God, here I am answering your call)
Malala’s attacker arrested, was freed in 2009
 
Following the deadly attack onactivist Malala Yousafzai a few  weeks ago, another schoolgirlfrom Swat, Hina Khan who was a pioneer in raising her voice publicly against Talibanatrocities in the Malakand Valley, is now also claiming to beon the Taliban’s hit list. What has been further worrisome for herThe main suspect in the shootingof Malala Yousufzai, the teenageactivist who spoke out against
the Taliban, has been identied,
Pakistani police say. And a group of men who allegedlfacilitated the attack against theschoolgirl have been arrested,police said Wednesday. Atta Ullah, a 23-year-old from theSwat district where Malala was
attacked, was identied as the
main suspect. Ullah was studyingfor a masters in chemistry, policesay. The Taliban-heavy Swat Valley is in the northwestern partof Pakistan.
The suspect’s ancée, mother and
 brother have also been arrested.
The alleged organiser of the Taliban shooting of 14-year-old Malala Yousafzai was captured during a 2009 military offensive against the hardline Islamist group but releasedafter three months,
 Arrests made in shooting of Pakistani schoolgirl Malala
 A paid informant for the New  York Police Department’sintelligence unit was underorders to “bait” Muslims into
saying inammatory things as
he lived a double life, snappingpictures inside mosques andcollecting the names of innocentpeople attending study groupson Islam Report.
Shamiur Rahman, a 19-year-old
 
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 A red crossmarked on Hina Khan’s residence.
 
NEWS
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Thursday 25 October 2012
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Ex-secretary Aisha Ali-Khan saysthere was no spy plot against theRespect MP, adding she has ‘beenthrown to the wolves’ reportsGuardian.Galloway strongly denied hackingor authorising anyone else tohack emails on his behalf, andstands by his story, saying: “Thepolice investigation will no doubtestablish the truth.”Last Sunday George Galloway alleged that he had discoveredhis secretary was working as an“agent” for a Metropolitan police
counterterrorism ofcer who was
running a “dirty tricks” campaignagainst him.It was a serious allegation. “A direct attack on not just me buton democracy,” the MP said.He complained to the police, who promised an investigation, voluntarily referring the matter tothe Independent Police ComplaintsCommission. And he wrote toTheresa May, the home secretary,demanding an inquiry, saying hehad “incontrovertible evidence”that the duo had set up fake emailaddresses to spread “rumour,disinformation and downrightlies”. Guardian reported.But Galloway’s now formersecretary, Aisha Ali-Khan, is
ghting back. She says she ismarried to Az Khan, whomGalloway correctly identied as
a detective inspector in the Met’scounter-terrorism unit, SO15.She is furious that her relationshipis being presented as somehow illicit. Suspended on full pay butnot expecting her job back, Ali-
Khan has led a complaint with
the Met, accusing Galloway of either hacking into her privateemails or ordering someone elseto do so. She believes there can be no other explanation for how he was able to quote verbatim, inhis letter to May, from emails sheand her husband had written toeach other. Galloway says he wasgiven the emails by his lawyer.Galloway has claimed that thecouple “had been sleeping in my house, and without permission, while I was abroad”. He says hediscovered this following a break-in, when Ali-Khan’s parliamentary laptop was stolen from Galloway’shome in Streatham, south London, where she lived for a few months
 while the constituency ofce was
 being set up in Bradford. Ali-Khaninsists Khan never slept in thehouse, but simply “popped in touse the loo” one night before the break-in, Ali-Khan dismisses any talk of conspiracy.
George Galloway’s PA, her police ofcer
husband and claims of ‘dirty tricks’
GEORGE Galloway’s Respect party looks set to contest the Croydon North by-election, the Advertiser reported.Respect believes it could emulatethe remarkable result which saw MrGalloway overturn a Labour majority to win Bradford West. Malcolm Wicks, who passed away last month,held Croydon North as a similarly safe Labour seat. But Mr Galloway thinks Respect can appeal to theconstituency’s Asian population by attacking Mr Wicks’ support of theIraq War. The news comes as itemerged Lambeth Council leaderSteve Reed has put himself forwardto be Labour’s candidate. Respecthas yet to choose its hopeful but a
party ofcial told the Advertiser it is“fairly denite” it will stand in the by-
election, which could be held as early as next month.
 A source from Mr Galloway’s ofce
told the Advertiser: “It’s true we areconsidering standing in CroydonNorth, though we don’t have acandidate as of yet. “The demographicof the area suits us and while there’s amassive Labour majority, Wicks towedthe party line on things like tuitionfees and the Iraq War so we think wecan make inroads into it. Certainly wecan wipe the Lib Dems out.”Croydon North has a Muslimpopulation of more than 10,000,though Respect believes it can winsupport in other communities too.Respect’s 2010 candidate MohammedShaikh won only 275 votes in CroydonNorth, compared to Mr Wicks’ majority 
of 16,483, but the party’s prole hassince increased signicantly.
It would not be drawn on potentialcandidates but said it had one or twopeople in mind.“The next stage will to put the proposalto our national executive and council, which can be done pretty quickly,” aspokesman said.“We will know for certain whether we will stand or not within the next ten
days, but it’s looking fairly denite.
“We’re not a huge party but there areone or two people that are certainly interested. We won’t have any 
difculty nding a candidate.”
 Val Shawcross, former Labour leaderof Croydon Council, has applied to beLabour’s candidate.She will face competition fromSelhurst’s Gerry Ryan and Lambeth’sSteve Reed, when the shortlistedcandidates are interviewed by theparty’s national executive committeetomorrow (Wednesday).Mr Reed is a vocal critic of CroydonCouncil’s handling of the UpperNorwood Library saga,It had been thought the election would be held on November 15 tocoincide with the Corby by-electionand the police crime commissioner by-elections.However, it has been pencilled infor November 29, three weeks afterLabour Party members in CroydonNorth select their candidate.
Croydon Spring? Galloway’s Respect party set to contest Croydon North by-election
Sikhs Against the EDL’ will be marching against the English Defence League(EDL) in Walthamstow, East London this Saturday 27th October. A counterdemonstration is being organised by a multi-cultural, multi-racial and multi-faithorganisation known as ‘We Are Walthamstow’. It is a broad-based network of local community groups, political organisations and trade unions. Their aim is to‘celebrate diversity and oppose racism and fascism’ and to show the EDL that they are not welcome in Walthamstow.This is the second time the EDL is coming to Walthamstow within two months. Waltham Forest Council has issued a statement against the EDL march andhas, “called on our whole community to come out”. The last time they cameto Walthamstow was at the beginning of September, when they received acomprehensive show of disapproval. The 200 EDL supporters were blocked off by more than 4000 local people. Thus the police forced them to abandon their marchafter making several arrests.But now they want to cause deliberate provocation and offence to the Muslimcommunity by returning during the holy Muslim festival of Eid. Since its formationthree years ago, they have staged more than 90 provocative demonstrations intowns and cities around the country, attempting to stir up anti-Muslim racismand hatred. Their march in September in Walsall, like many others before, endedin violence when they pelted the police with bricks and sticks and resulted in 28 of their members being arrested.Over this weekend, it has been reported that 53 supporters of the EDL werearrested on the M1 motorway. They were hiding in a removal van heading towardsLondon, apparently to be used as a trojan horse, to allegedly, target a Mosque while the police were occupied at the large TUC demonstration.It is also alleged that among those arrested were EDL leader Tommy Robinson akaStephen Yaxley Lennon and deputy leader Kevin Carroll who is also running forthe Police Commissioner’s position in Bedfordshire on behalf of the EDL’s political wing, the British Freedom Party. The British Freedom Party, is a breakaway groupfrom the BNP, but with equally fascist policies who want to ‘scrap the Equalities Act and ban all manifestations of religious and cultural separatism’.
Sikhs against the EDL
 
NEWS
South Asia Tribune
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Thursday 25 October 2012
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Three Birmingham-born ringleadersof a suicide bomb plot planned toset off eight blasts which could have been bigger than the July 7 Londonattacks, a court has heard. Woolwich Crown Court was told themen described the plan as “theirown 9/11” and that the plot had thepotential to kill more people thanthe bombings in 2005.Irfan Naseer, 31, Irfan Khalid, 27, both of Sparkbrook and Ashik Ali,27, of Balsall Heath, all denied12 charges between them underSection 5 of the Terrorism Act.The trio are accused of planningeight simultaneous suicideexplosions in public places.They also face charges of collectingcash for terrorism, and recruitingothers.Naseer and Khalid are also accusedof travelling to Pakistan for terroristtraining where they allegedly 
learned how to build IEDs and re
arms training.Prosecutor Brian Altman QC said:“The police successfully disrupteda plan to commit an act or acts of terrorism on a scale potentially greater than the London bombingsin July 2005 had it been allowedto run its course. “The defendants were proposing to detonate up toeight rucksack bombs in a suicideattack and/or to detonate bombs ontimers in crowded areas in order tocause mass deaths and casualties.” All the men are accused of engagingin conduct in preparation of terroristacts, which they deny.
Naseer is accused of ve counts
of the offence, Khalid four and Alithree, all between Christmas Day 2010 and September 19 2011.
Three accused of terror bomb plot could have been bigger than the July 7 London attacks
 In dock: Artist’s impressions of, from left, Irfan Nasser, Rahim Ahmed, Irfan Khalid, Ashik Ali and on side right 
Protesters marched throughcentral London on Saturday against public spending cutsand tax rises enacted by agovernment that is currently 
ghting accusations that it is run
 by an upper-class elite - suchas former chief whip Andrew Mitchell.Blowing horns and whistles,
protesters led past the Houses
of Parliament behind a bannerdeclaring “austerity is gailing”,calling on Prime Minister DavidCameron to do more to reviveBritain’s struggling economy.Police estimates for the Londonmarch have not been released, but the TUC says around100,000 people took partacross Britain. In Glasgow, anestimated 5,000 people took tothe streets as part of the massprotest, while another estimated1,000 protesters marched inBelfast.Labour leader Ed Miliband wasamong dozens of speakers at arally in Hyde Park, and joined
union ofcials in spelling out
the impact of spending cuts onpublic services.“They told us austerity wouldhelp our economy grow. Butour economy has not grown.
It has atlined,” he told the
demonstration, and was cheered when he said:. “Andrew Mitchell
may nally have resigned. But
the culture of two nations runsright across this government.They cut taxes for millionaires. And raise taxes for ordinary families.”However he was booed whenhe said that there would still besome cuts made under Labour.The Labour leader got a roughride at last year’s TUC conference when he criticised strikesover pension reforms whilenegotiations were ongoing.
Thousands protest against austerity measures
Tens of thousands of public sector workers and campaignersmarch in protest against the government’s spending cuts.

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