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Bibi1581 Blog For 06/08/2018: Morning Edition 

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1…………> Mr.Xi Steel Hand: Uyghur Scholar Murder 

Uyghur Islamic scholar Muhammad Salih Hajim who was arrested, held and subjected to political indoctrination and propaganda since December 2017, has died in a Chinese re-education camp, according to World Uyghur Congress. 

Hajim has translated the Holy Quran from Arabic to Uyghur language, the international group of exiled Uyghur said. 

“[He] was very likely subjected to torture and ill-treatment during his imprisonment. Mr. Hajim’s death has occurred in the midst of a massive crackdown by the Chinese authorities on the Uyghur people in general and especially on their right to freedom of religion”. 

“Hundreds of thousands (possibly millions) of Uyghurs have been arrested across East Turkestan and sent to ‘re-education’ camps for peacefully practicing their religion, expressing themselves freely, or for having any dissident relatives or associates,” it added. 

The statement also denounced Chinese government and President XI “new socialism” heavy-handed policy of suppression against anyone who has raised their voice against the communist regime and declined to publicize the deaths in the camp. 

2…………> “Pardon Ali”: Trump 

President Trump said he is considering thousands of names for potential pardoning, including Mohammad Ali, who refused to serve in the Vietnam War citing religious reasons after converting to Islam, as have many football players and other athletes who have protested racial injustice by kneeling during the national anthem. 

In 1971 the US Supreme Court reversed his conviction for resisting the draft. 

Ali was born Cassius Clay, and changed his name after converting to Islam in the 1960s. 

He refused to serve in the Vietnam War because of his religious beliefs, declaring himself a conscientious objector. 

“I ain’t got no quarrel with the Viet Cong,” Ali said, and 

was stripped of his heavyweight crown in 1967. 

Ali’s legal fight ended in 1971, when the Supreme Court ruled in his favor, reversing his conviction on a technicality. 

He regained the boxing title in 1974 and died in 2016.

3…………> “Putin, Darling”: G7 

New World Disorder and globalist exponent, Canada’s PM Mr. Trudeau described President Trump’s citing of national security to defend his steel and aluminum tariffs as “laughable”. 

Mr. Trump responded by firing off a series of tweets as shown below: 

Donald J. Trump 


Looking forward to straightening out unfair Trade Deals with the G-7 countries. If it doesn’t happen, we come out even better! 

3:25 AM – Jun 8, 2018 


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Speaking to reporters before the summit, he again criticized other nations for their treatment of the US but predicted tensions would ease and “we’ll all be in love again”. 

US President Donald Trump says he wants Russia to be part of the G7 group of key industrialized nations, after being expelled in 2014 following its annexation of Crimea, but Mr. Trump said he wanted the country readmitted. 

He said he regretted the meeting had shrunk in size, putting him at odds with most other G7 members on yet another issue. 

“You know, whether you like it or – and it may not be politically correct – but we have a world to run and in the G7, which used to be the G8, they threw Russia out. They should let Russia come back in,” he said. 

He found support in the shape of the newly installed Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, who tweeted that it was “in the interests of everyone” for Russia to be readmitted. But Canada, France, and the UK immediately signaled they remain opposed. 

4…………> Jihadists Out: Austria’s Chancellor 

Austria has said it will shut down seven mosques and expel imams who it says are funded by foreign countries, a decision by Chancellor Sebastian Kurz labeled as a crackdown on political Islam. 

Some mosques are suspected of having links to Turkish nationalists, and images of children in Turkish army uniforms re-enacting the World War One Battle of Gallipoli were flooding the Internet. 

The Turkish president’s office called Austria’s move “Anti-Islamic, racist and discriminatory”, and his spokesman Ibrahim Kalin took to Twitter to condemn the move. 

Ibrahim Kalin 


Austria’s decision to close seven mosques and expel imams is a reflection of the Islamophobic, racist and discriminatory wave in this country. It is an attempt to target Muslim communities for the sake of scoring cheap political points. 

1:58 AM – Jun 8, 2018 


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The Austrian government says 60 of the 260 imams in the country are being investigated, of whom 40 belong to ATIB, an Islamic organization in Austria close to the Turkish government. 

“Parallel societies, political Islam and radicalization tendencies have no place in our country,” said Chancellor Kurz on Friday. 

5…………> French Legion Of Honor: US Vet 

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — At a ceremony overlooking the Department of Defense Warrior Games at the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado, June 2, 2018, Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David L. Goldfein presented the French Legion of Honor to a World War II Army veteran for his efforts to liberate Western Europe in 1945. 

Robert Wortman was just 19 when he joined the army in 1944 and became a scout for the 3rd division 15th Infantry, which was quickly sent to the front lines and then behind enemy lines, crossing the Rhine River in the second wave. Days later, a surprise attack by German hold outs in Nuremberg wounded Wortman, forcing a leg amputation.

After spending three weeks recovering in a hospital in France, Wortman was flown home, but he did not let his wound slow him down. He went on to serve 30 years at McConnell Air Force Base, Kansas, as an Air Force civilian employee, and celebrated his 92nd birthday day last month.

“All of us in the services today enjoy the trust and confidence of a very grateful nation. That grateful spirit is not all because of what we do, but it is in part due to the incredible legacy of passed on by [Wortman] and those of [he] served with, members of the greatest generation,” Goldfein said during the ceremony.

Despite his years of service, Wortman’s daughter-in-law, Ann Wortman believes this is his first medal ceremony. His purple heart and bronze star arrived at the hospital while he was recovering in 1945. 

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