This day in History on April 30th

1943 Spain “The Man Who Never Was” 30th April 1943 : “The Man Who Never Was” is pushed into the sea off the coast of Spain where the tide would bring the body ashore into German Hands. This was known as operation “Mincemeat”. The operation was a British deception plan to convince the German High Command that allied forces would be invading the Balkans and Sardinia instead of the island of Sicily, by planting invasion plans on a corpse the Germans would find. The full deception is very complicated but great detail can be found on Wikipedia by searching for “The Man Who Never Was” . The operation was a complete success which makes it even more interesting reading.

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LGBT rights: The Challenge for Malaysia

The present-day difficulties experienced by the Malaysian public is that the sexual deviants are coming “out of the closet”. The primary manifestation is in the demand for public parades, the call to abolish “archaic” anti-sodomy laws in the Penal Code, demonstrations, legalizing same-sex marriage and other activities to make sexual deviance seem to be a perfectly natural aspect of human rights and behaviour.

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Arab Spring II: The Danger to Our Future

In 1973, King Faisal woke the Muslims up to the Divine Gift of almost unlimited wealth. It seemed everything was possible, as the natural resources underneath their lands were suddenly discovered to be indispensable to sustaining the lifestyles of almost all the non-Muslims. By now, forty years later, things have changed. What happened? How did we lose that priceless future which Allah swt placed in our hands? Continue reading