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No Muslim can think of profaning holy Prophet (PBUH): Altaf

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'Even minorities living in Pakistan cannot blaspheme against the holy Prophet , hence I appeal to religious leaders of every shade of religious persuasion to stop their demonstrations after clear assurances from Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani that no amendment is being made in the blasphemy law,' Altaf said while talking to an assembly of MQM ...

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Since: Nov 10

United States

#37713 Feb 16, 2013
New York: In a centuries-old London courtroom, Soma Ms Sengupta was finally living her dream.

She had been admitted to a selective British law firm's training program, wowing them with her credentials: honors at Georgetown Law School; former prosecutor for the Manhattan district attorney; defense lawyer for the Legal Aid Society. There were glowing reference letters.

She had been called to the bar in a formal ceremony at Middle Temple Hall, a grand room where little has changed since 1602, when the first known performance of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" was staged there. With her dark hair covered by a barrister's foppish white wig, she signed the registry of barristers who had stood in the same spot across the centuries, including John Rutledge, a signer of the U.S. Constitution, and Sir William Blackstone, the 18th-century legal scholar who wrote the seminal legal tome, "Commentaries on the Laws of England."

She began to handle criminal cases, nearly one a day over three months. In 90 more days, she would become a full-fledged barrister, the apex of a carefully curated career.

And then it all collapsed, undone by the chance discovery of a simple lie, that led to many more. A clerk for the British firm that had accepted Ms Ms Sengupta stumbled upon her application file, and noticed that she had listed a date of birth that put her age at 29.

"Seriously?" the clerk thought, according to Edmund Blackman, a barrister with the firm, One Inner Temple Lane. "There is no way she's as young as she's saying on this form."

Questions were asked, which Ms Sengupta , who was, in fact, in her late 40s at the time, declined to answer. Eventually, it became clear that she had not only shaved nearly two decades off her age but that nearly everything about her work and education history was not as she had claimed.

Ms Sengupta had, in fact, submitted many phony documents. The fraud was so comprehensive that the Bar Standards Board of England and Wales threw out an element of the application process that presumed a certain level of honor among its applicants; the board now requires that college transcripts come directly from the schools in a sealed envelope, without passing through an applicant's hands.

"The more information I obtained, the less clear the whole thing became," said Andrea Clerk, the Bar Standards Board official who investigated the case. "It was a very serious matter, indeed."

Ms Sengupta , 52, is on trial in state Supreme Court in Manhattan, where she faces forgery and other charges, the most severe of which carries a maximum prison sentence of seven years. Her boyfriend, Manuel Soares, a former vice president of BNY Mellon, faces the same charges in a coming trial.

Her lawyer has argued the case on technical legal issues, and has not challenged prosecutors' assertions that Ms Sengupta forged documents and misrepresented her work history and age.

"We are conceding that some of this conduct, in fact, did occur," the lawyer, James Kousouros, told Justice Thomas Farber, who will decide the case without a jury.

A few facts about Ms Sengupta 's life seem certain. She was born in India and grew up mostly in Jersey City, New Jersey, the daughter of an engineer. She graduated from Georgetown Law School in 1998. And though she overstated other achievements, she had also passed the New York state bar exam and became a licensed lawyer in 2000.

The deceptions described in the criminal case against her began the same year. She applied for a job as a paralegal for the Manhattan district attorney's office, even though the office does not allow lawyers to work as paralegals. Ms Sengupta claimed that she had left law school before graduating, and wrote that she was born in 1969, making her eight years younger than she actually was, according to trial testimony.

Since: Nov 10

United States

#37714 Feb 16, 2013
In the prosecutor's office, she handled somewhat more challenging work than most paralegals because her supervisor, Melissa Paolella, then an assistant district attorney handling white-collar fraud cases, knew that Ms Sengupta had taken classes in a law school.

In 2003, Ms Sengupta abruptly left the office after it became known that she was, in fact, a lawyer. She asked Paolella to write reference letters to help her apply for several staff lawyer positions, including with the American Civil Liberties Union in New Jersey and the Neighborhood Defender Service of Harlem. Paolella did so, knowing that Ms Sengupta longed to practice public interest law.

"Absolutely, I knew what her passion as a lawyer was," she testified.

None of the jobs materialized. In 2004, Ms Sengupta began doing volunteer work two days a week for the Legal Aid Society's Prisoners' Rights Project. She did not appear in court or write briefs, her supervisor, Dori Lewis, testified.

But when Ms Sengupta applied for admission to the British bar, she transformed her work afterpassing the bar into a remarkable saga of courtroom derring-do.

She claimed that she had been an assistant district attorney and had prosecuted "gang and white-collar fraud cases," which included working to convict 27 gang members who had controlled a section of East Harlem.

She wrote that as a staff lawyer at the Legal Aid Society she had defended "all felonies including murder and sexual offences," including handling the defense of a "man charged with commissioning the murder of a judge."

"I have over six years of advocacy experience in a common law system and I am in court on an almost daily basis," she wrote in her application to the Bar Standards Board of England and Wales.

She also claimed that she had graduated in the top 1 percent of her class at Georgetown Law, which prosecutors have suggested was not true. She filed a reference letter from Robert F Drinan, a former US representative from Massachusetts and Georgetown law professor; it was dated a year after his death.

Other reference letters, purportedly written by Paolella and Lewis, called Ms Sengupta an accomplished trial lawyer. Both testified that the letters had been forged.

Her overstatements went undetected, and she won a highly competitive spot in a one-year training program, known as a pupilage, in which a prospective barrister works with a law firm, or chamber.

She was scheduled to start in October 2007, but she repeatedly failed a battery of tests that must be passed before a pupilage can begin. She hid the failures from the firm, saying she could not begin because she had been injured in a car accident. "Given that we have over 100 applicants for each place," Blackman, of One Inner Temple Lane, said in court, "the likelihood is that had we known that, we would have withdrawn the offer."

Rather than pass all elements of the test, Ms Sengupta successfully appealed to the Bar Standards Board to waive one part, which she had failed twice. She began training with barristers in the firm. Halfway through her training, in July 2008, Ms Sengupta was formally called to the bar by The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple, one of the four Inns of Court entitled to call members to the Bar of England and Wales.

After six months, Ms Sengupta began handling cases on her own. She was assigned some 80 criminal cases over three months, defending people accused of minor crimes.

Since: Nov 10

United States

#37715 Feb 16, 2013
Blackman testified that his firm grew somewhat reluctant to assign more difficult cases to Ms Sengupta , but she continued to practice. "In a general manner, her performance would not be what you would expect from someone with the experience she claimed to have," he said.

But it was Ms Sengupta 's age, not her job performance, that proved to be her undoing. After the clerk first aroused his suspicion of her, Blackman found that she had entered different years of birth on several forms.

"In the absence of an explanation as to why she had four different dates of birth, she was done," Blackman said during the trial. He added: "We had suffered a financial loss, but more importantly, she had been appearing in court when unqualified to do so."

His firm suspended her pupilage and reported its concerns to the Bar Standards Board, which opened an investigation. But Ms Sengupta , aided by Soares, who had transferred to BNY Mellon's London office, pushed on.

According to prosecutors, the two obtained a phony Georgetown seal from a Web-based business, rubberstamp.com , and created a fake diploma to match the misstatementson her application. They emailed one another drafts of forgeries, one with "My Masterpiece" written in the subject line. They forged an Indian birth certificate. They created a website for a fictional law firm in the name of a fictional former prosecutor, Donald Miller, and submitted a reference letter in his name.

They forged a letter, according to prosecutors, from the office of Eliot Spitzer, then the attorney general, attesting to how Ms Sengupta "exercised rights of audience" in New York, using a term associated with British courts. Ms Sengupta 's lawyer, Kousouros, said the document was authentic.

In December 2010, the Manhattan district attorney obtained indictments of Ms Sengupta and Soares after learning that their former paralegal had claimed to be a prosecutor for the office, and that the forged documents had passed through Manhattan. Three months later, the two were arrested at Kennedy Airport, where they had flown from London, as they awaited a connecting flight to Puerto Rico.

Citing the criminal trials here and an open disciplinary case in Britain, bar officials in London declined to discuss the matter, or to say whether it has caused other policy changes.

When Blackman was asked during the trial whether One Inner Temple Lane verified pupilage applicants' prior employment claims, he answered dryly.

"Stupidly, we did not," he said. "We do now."

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#37716 Feb 16, 2013
Islam feeds like a cannibal...on it's own adherents...

http://dawn.com/2013/02/16/large-blast-hits-q...

“FREEDOM OF MIND & SOUL-”

Since: Aug 08

MILKY WAY

#37717 Feb 16, 2013
So what Sally Darling ?

Please don't be stupid , US government does not want competition in that field !
Monique

Ardsley, NY

#37718 Feb 16, 2013
SaIIy wrote:
Blackman testified that his firm grew somewhat reluctant to assign more difficult cases to Ms Sengupta , but she continued to practice. "In a general manner, her performance would not be what you would expect from someone with the experience she claimed to have," he said.
But it was Ms Sengupta 's age, not her job performance, that proved to be her undoing. After the clerk first aroused his suspicion of her, Blackman found that she had entered different years of birth on several forms.
"In the absence of an explanation as to why she had four different dates of birth, she was done," Blackman said during the trial. He added: "We had suffered a financial loss, but more importantly, she had been appearing in court when unqualified to do so."
His firm suspended her pupilage and reported its concerns to the Bar Standards Board, which opened an investigation. But Ms Sengupta , aided by Soares, who had transferred to BNY Mellon's London office, pushed on.
According to prosecutors, the two obtained a phony Georgetown seal from a Web-based business, rubberstamp.com , and created a fake diploma to match the misstatementson her application. They emailed one another drafts of forgeries, one with "My Masterpiece" written in the subject line. They forged an Indian birth certificate. They created a website for a fictional law firm in the name of a fictional former prosecutor, Donald Miller, and submitted a reference letter in his name.
They forged a letter, according to prosecutors, from the office of Eliot Spitzer, then the attorney general, attesting to how Ms Sengupta "exercised rights of audience" in New York, using a term associated with British courts. Ms Sengupta 's lawyer, Kousouros, said the document was authentic.
In December 2010, the Manhattan district attorney obtained indictments of Ms Sengupta and Soares after learning that their former paralegal had claimed to be a prosecutor for the office, and that the forged documents had passed through Manhattan. Three months later, the two were arrested at Kennedy Airport, where they had flown from London, as they awaited a connecting flight to Puerto Rico.
Citing the criminal trials here and an open disciplinary case in Britain, bar officials in London declined to discuss the matter, or to say whether it has caused other policy changes.
When Blackman was asked during the trial whether One Inner Temple Lane verified pupilage applicants' prior employment claims, he answered dryly.
"Stupidly, we did not," he said. "We do now."
.... and your point???
Sally darling, copy paste and trying to pass off as an intellectual does not suit you. Just sit back, wearing your blonde wig, and get ready as I strap on that whopping vibrator and ram it right up your gand. Ohhhhhhh Sally........
Observer

Ardsley, NY

#37720 Feb 16, 2013
Snarling Chingis Khan wrote:
Islam feeds like a cannibal...on it's own adherents...
http://dawn.com/2013/02/16/large-blast-hits-q...
Great post! Islam at its finest! According to MUQ these are the correct practices of Islam.
number four

Since: May 12

Las Vegas, NV

#37722 Feb 16, 2013
HAJI KAJI wrote:
US is in sunset days.....it is natural...they are bleeding to demise......
Last conflicts (WW's) US survived as super power as war was not in their home ground....the then Superpowers (Europe , Japan.....)died bankrupt and under US loan.......
They led with fielding their men and machine....for a price and become rich....
Now they are bleeding to death . Obama has promised to withdraw thousands of US soldiers by end of next year...What employment wil he give to them to survive ? And he cannot ask NATO or Afghnistan to even pay pension to those useless (socially)population or pay their medical bills !
Weapons in space ? Ooooops.....when did even air superiority decided who rules the country ? Ain't drone bombing shown that?
Yes ....US is dying of self inflicted wounds !
<quoted text>
...Man..!!...Why, did "You" have to be so ,brutally honest..???
Omnipresent

Ardsley, NY

#37723 Feb 16, 2013
WHY MUSLIM CULTURES LAG BEHIND OTHERS
Since the 1960s, many countries have caught up with those of the rich and developed Western World. Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and Singapore, with virtually no natural resources, have created advanced, urbanized and prosperous societies, complete with world-class technologies that often exceed those found in the West. India, Brazil and China, although not yet fully developed, now all possess large and affluent middle classes that did not exist just a few decades ago. There is no reason to believe the economic and social progress of all of these countries will not continue for the foreseeable future.

The Muslim world, on the other hand, has struggled during this era of unprecedented global wealth-creation. Its countries have profited almost solely, by happy geological accident, from oil and gas extraction. Beyond these pursuits, economic activity in Muslim countries remains scant, low-tech, and strictly oriented towards local consumption. Despite trillions of dollars in oil revenues, Muslim progress in many other areas -- such as scientific research, social issues, and education -- lags far behind that of the rest of the world.

The reason for this lies in the very culture of Muslim countries themselves. Consider the following cultural traits which are all typically found in majority-Muslim countries:

Contd....
number four

Since: May 12

Las Vegas, NV

#37724 Feb 16, 2013
lMl2000 wrote:
<quoted text>
Chuy, you are not an American. Please do not repeat this ever again or I will go medieval on your ass. Deal?
..Can I think "it" over ..???
Omnipresent

Ardsley, NY

#37725 Feb 16, 2013
Contd...
Belief in magic: State-owned Malaysian newspapers and television stations routinely run breathless stories about witch doctors (‘bomoh’), evil spirits, and other forms of the supernatural. Malaysian belief in such superstition is absolutely sincere. In Saudi Arabia, witchcraft is considered very real and a capital offense. In Iran, laws are on the books that make ‘sorcery’ a crime. And in Iraq, many of the locals are absolutely convinced that American soldiers wear sunglasses that can see through clothing and have bases protected by force fields. A culture that is eager to embrace the supernatural takes a giant step away from rationality and deceives itself fundamentally. Self-deception is always, sooner or later, the path to failure.

Belief in conspiracies: Muslims take it as an article of faith that various groups of so-called infidels or other outsiders are engaged in various conspiracies to keep Muslims down or make Islam look bad. The lack of evidence means little to a society where ‘skepticism’ is already an unusual and foreign concept. For instance, even well-educated Muslims will claim, with total earnestness, that the 9-11 terror attacks were actually perpetrated by Zionists, or the CIA, or the U.S. Government, or some other nefarious group. No amount of evidence to the contrary can puncture these beliefs.

Lack of innovation: It is telling that the word in the Malay language for innovation (“inovasi”) did not exist until it came from English, quite recently, as a loan word. Innovation, meaning the creation of something without precedent, is a risky and therefore dangerous business in the Islamic world. The reason for this is because Islam already has a word for innovation,“bid’ah.” In Islam, this word is essentially the same in meaning as ‘heresy,’ which is yet another capital crime under Islamic law. Hence creativity and individuality are utterly stifled in a totalitarian fashion, even in Muslim countries where Islamic law has not yet been fully implemented. Improvisation is also discouraged for similar reasons. This is a major reason why Islamic countries are usually characterized by a near-total lack of scientific research and a reluctance to embrace technology in general.

Contd...
Omnipresent

Ardsley, NY

#37727 Feb 16, 2013
Contd...
Lack of devotion to non-family/non-tribal/non-clan organizations: In most Muslim societies, loyalty often runs no farther than one’s tribe or sect. People from the far-off central government, or those from the next valley over for that matter, are foreigners to be met with suspicion or hostility. Afghanistan is a perfect example of this sort of chaos. Even if these differences are eventually papered over, so to speak, by the force and coercion of a dictatorship, the lack of cohesion and distrust remain. Muslim leaders usually come into, and stay in, power by exploiting this very characteristic, by playing one tribe or group against another. Patriotism amongst the general public is another foreign concept, taken for granted in the West. Muslims may remain loyal to Islam in general, but more importantly, to the tribe in particular.
Lack of empowerment of women: The future is almost certainly going to involve more technology, not less. No society can be well-equipped for this future if half of its members are only (at best) grudgingly given their rights. In many Islamic countries, women are often illiterate and have no rights in essential, critical life decisions, such as those involving child-rearing, marriage or education. Various Quranic verses, age-old Islamic traditions, and core Islamic teachings render women as nothing more than chattel and the property of their male relatives—never the equal of men. And no one can ‘reform’ these teachings to something more enlightened—see the penalty for “bid’ah” above.
Lack of personal responsibility: Muslim leaders often lie to their own people, to subordinates, or to allies in order to advance their own personal agendas. Most Muslim countries are a patchwork of tribes who barely tolerate one another in the best of times. Loyalty to one’s country as a whole is next to non-existent. Thus, the main objective of these leaders, whether at the top, middle or bottom, is to steal as much as they can, while they can, in order to enrich themselves and their families, clans or tribes—’national interest’ be damned. Other tribes or groups are useful as scapegoats when the need arises or when blame must be deflected.
Lack of skilled labor: Rich, developed and successful countries like Germany, Japan and others do not simply spring into existence. It takes the efforts of millions of skilled specialists toiling endlessly in dangerous and/or monotonous drudgery for decades, to build and also maintain the ever-growing complex web of systems that modern nations depend upon to function. But Muslim countries, even the ones with trillions of dollars in oil revenues, have consistently failed to create large enough castes of the types of technical specialists that modern nations must have. As there are never enough people willing or able to work within their own borders, Muslim nations are forced to outsource their labor needs. In Saudi Arabia and most Arab states, for instance, cleaners and maids come from India or the Philippines, while engineers and others in the technical trades come from America, Europe and increasingly east Asia. This trend is accelerating, paradoxically enough, at a time when the governments of the burgeoning Arab world are having an increasing problem just feeding their exploding populations.

Contd...
Omnipresent

Ardsley, NY

#37728 Feb 16, 2013
Contd.....

Lack of meritocracy: The West has thrived not only because it has learned to hold people responsible for their actions, but also because it has traditionally given out rewards based on individual achievement. Hence, higher–performing individuals tend to eventually reap the most rewards (in prestige, rank, money, etc.). Westerners do not always manage to live up to these ideals, but the concepts themselves are not questioned. In the Islamic world, however, what counts is personal loyalty, personal connections, and tribal/sect membership. Incompetent leaders are preferable to competent ones, so long as they are properly loyal. Such a state of affairs makes for extreme inefficiency on a normal day, and for catastrophic consequences when any sort of crisis arises.
This piece is adapted from "Why Muslim Cultures Lag Behind," by The Anti-Jihadist (June 3, 2011).(The Anti-Jihadist is the pseudonym of a counter-jihad writer, activist, and critic of Islam who resides in a majority Muslim country. His work can also be found at Jihad Watch, Infidel Bloggers Alliance, and Pedestrian Infidel.)
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number four

Since: May 12

Las Vegas, NV

#37729 Feb 16, 2013
Neville Thompson wrote:
<quoted text>
It is not a case of admiring him.
I foresaw him bringing peace to the Middle East ,in what time frame I do not know.
He did help bring peace to the last time the Jews and the Arabs were getting ready to annihilate each other .
..agreed..He was most helpful during the last Hamas .vs. Israeli conflict ...

N.B) Nobody can bring "peace" to the Middle East ; at the very best , President Morsi will bring to Egypt ..
number four

Since: May 12

Las Vegas, NV

#37730 Feb 16, 2013
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes there is!!
Quran says:
"O mankind, We created you from a single (pair of) man and women and segregated you into tribes and nations, so that you may recognize each other (not to hate each other). The Most honorable amongst you in the eyes of Allah is the one who is most God Conscious (and fears Him most), for Allah has Full Knowledge.." (Chapter Hujarat verse 13).
That covers all nations of the earth, past present and future into one single verse!!
.."MUQ"..I can't help finding fault ; We are bound to one another by One creator and common ancestry ...

..Why, is this not taught in Islam ..??..i.e. That God loves "all" men...
number four

Since: May 12

Las Vegas, NV

#37731 Feb 16, 2013
Omnipresent wrote:
Contd.....
Lack of meritocracy: The West has thrived not only because it has learned to hold people responsible for their actions, but also because it has traditionally given out rewards based on individual achievement.
END
..Sure, the West is doing great ,freedom is wonderful ...:)

but, looking at the "history" of mankind ...wealth and influence appears to have drifted over the globe , as "it" is surely drifting East ..
number four

Since: May 12

Las Vegas, NV

#37732 Feb 16, 2013
Snarling Chingis Khan wrote:
While the Catholic Church is at it- the frowning on abortion,I suggest they take up the matter of keeping men off women if they cant support a child...and also keep the priests from molesting little boys or girls or whatever!!!!
.."You" take the fun, out of everything ..!!!
number four

Since: May 12

Las Vegas, NV

#37733 Feb 16, 2013
Snarling Chingis Khan wrote:
<quoted text>
We had Portugese in India ..in very very small pockets of India.
They FORCEFULLY converted Hindus and Muslim to Catholicism.
Goa,the Portugese enclave has dozens of cathedrals...
Now Britain had the king Henry VIII who took fancy to a woman called Anne Boleyn ..and asked the Pope for a divorce from his wife Catherine..the Pope refused and good ol' Henry started his own church the Anglican Church...and that is what most Brits belong to..they were not aggressive proselytizers as the Portugese...Phillipines discovered by the Portugese and ruled by Spaniards is almost 90% Catholic.
Now Henry, the man with a wandering eye, saved India from becoming Catholic.
Irony huh?:):):)
As for my views on abortion- I am pro choice.
I have studied Embryology and I understand that life begins at conception---but I have studied human development as well..I know that children can get very badly affected without proper nutrition or emotional support can become very badly affected-turn out to be very disturbed individuals....and so I would leave it to the woman who should decide whether she can support the child or not.
I suggest that men be taught not to impregnate women when they have no intention of supporting the child that is going to be born...
What is your view on my view?:):)
..My view..This was quite impressive ..

And, now I hate King Henry the VIII , and I don't even know the man ...
Prophet Muhammed

Woburn, MA

#37734 Feb 16, 2013
Whats wrong in sleeping with kids? Allah told me in my dreams that as long as the girl is old enough to express talk she is legit.
Deedat

Mumbai, India

#37735 Feb 16, 2013
As Quran was neither written or inspired by Alllah/God and it was all copy paste material here is 7th author of Quran

Jabr

The Dictionary of Islam (Hughes Dictionary of Islam, p.223) writes that Jabr was one of the Ahlu-l-Kitab and was well-read in the Taurat/Tohra and Injil/Bible, and Muhammad used to hear him read these books as he passed by his house. MUHAMMAD LEARNED FROM JABR MANY OF THOSE SURAS DEALING WITH THE TRADITIONS OF THE CHRISTIANS AND THE JEWS. The verses on David and Solomon were composed by Jabr. Some of these verses are (only the main messages are shown here; for details read the entire verse):

David slew Goliath...2:251

Psalms was given to David...4:163

God is discriminatory; he prefers some prophets to others; he gave Psalms to David…17:55

God witnessed the judgment of David and Solomon…21:78

God gave Solomon the correct understanding; He made the mountains and the birds to serve David…21:79

God taught David the skill of war-shield making…21:80

Before the Qur’an, God sent messages in the Psalms of David...21:105

God gave knowledge to David and Solomon…27:15

Solomon's father was David. Solomon was the heir of David; Solomon understood the speeches of birds, beasts and plants…27:16

Solomon had control over Jinns; the Jinns and birds fought in Solomon’s army…27:17

God put the mountains under the command of David; taught him how to make weapons from iron…34:10-11

God had put the mountains, birds for David’s service and endowed him with wisdom and logic…38:18-20

God forgave David's sins...38:25

God made David a ruler on earth and gave him the authority to issue fair judgment by God’s laws and by his personal opinions…38:26

Still challenge of producing a sura like is open for copy paste material??

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