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1
4UMF
Present Today Headlines as on 22 July 2013
Current Events Current News
Entertainment News Celebrity Gossip
  1. List Of Artists Joining Stevie Winders Protest Of
    Florida
  2. Saudi Rights Activist Iman Al-Qahtani Given
    Travel Ban
  3. Egypt President Adly Mansour In First Public
    Address
  4. Egypt Starts On New Constitution
  5. Pope Francis To Begin Brazil Visit
  6. Trayvon Martin Protests Across US At Zimmerman
    verdict
  7. Preamble And Articles Of The Magna Carta (1215)
  8. What Is The Magna Carta
  9. Jay Z Magna Carta Holy Grail BBC Radio 1 Zane
    Lowe Videos
  10. Sim Card Flaw Results In Phone Hijacking

2
List Of Artists Joining Stevie Winders Protest Of
Florida
  • N RESPONSE AND DUE TO THE STAND YOUR GROUND LAW
    ON THE BOOKS IN FLORIDA! ALONG WITH THE GREAT
    STEVIE WONDER, THE FOLLOWING ACTS HAVE CANCELED
    (ALL) OF THEIR UP-N-COMING CONCERT DATES, IN AND
    AROUND FLORIDA, INDEFINITELY!!! OR UNTIL THE LAW
    IN FLORIDA IS ABOLISHED.
  • MARY MARY
  • ROD STEWART
  • EDDIE LEVERT
  • MAZE/FRANKIE BEVERLY
  • PATTI LABELLE
  • PARLIAMENT/FUNKADELIC
  • THE ROLLING STONES
  • MADONNA
  • ALISHIA KEYS
  • USHER,
  • WILL.I.AM
  • R. KELLY
  • TREY SONGZ
  • RIHANA
  • ERYKAH BADU,
  • MARY J. BLIGE
  • JAY-Z
  • KANYE WEST

3
Saudi Rights Activist Iman Al-Qahtani Given
Travel Ban
  • In a message on Twitter, Iman al-Qahtani said she
    had been stopped from flying to Istanbul. Only
    then, she said, was she told of her travel ban.
  • Ms Qahtani has been outspoken in her support for
    fellow human rights campaigners in the Arabian
    kingdom.
  • Saudi officials were said to have been unhappy
    with her reporting. In April, she said she would
    stop tweeting to protect her family from
    reprisals.
  • In a brief, dramatic tweet, she told her
    followers she was doing it for her mothers sake.
  • Live-tweeting trials
  • There were reports Ms Qahtani had been coming
    under pressure from the security services over
    her reporting of the trials of two leading Saudi
    human rights activists, Mohammad al-Qahtani and
    Abdullah al-Hamid.
  • The two men founded the Saudi Civil and Political
    Rights Association (ACPRA). They were tried on a
    variety of charges including breaking their
    allegiance to the king and setting up an
    unlicensed organisation.

4
Egypt President Adly Mansour In First Public
Address
  • Egypts interim President Adly Mansour has vowed
    to protect the country against those who seek
    chaos and violence, in his first public address.
  • Two weeks after the army ousted President
    Mohammed Morsi, Mr Mansour said his government
    was committed to restoring security and
    stability.
  • Meanwhile, Mr Morsis Muslim Brotherhood has
    called for mass rallies on Friday to demand his
    reinstatement.
  • The group refused to join the new interim cabinet
    unveiled this week.
  • We are going through a critical stage and some
    want us to move towards chaos and we want to move
    towards stability. Some want a bloody path, the
    interim leader said, speaking in a pre-recorded
    message aired on state TV.
  • We will fight a battle for security until the
    end. We will preserve the revolution.
  • Mr Morsi was ousted on 3 July in what his
    supporters have said was a military coup. The
    army, however, says it was fulfilling the demands
    of the people after mass anti-Morsi protests.

5
Egypt Starts On New Constitution
  • A 10-strong panel of legal experts, appointed by
    interim President Adly Mansour, is to start work
    on Sunday on amending Egypts constitution.
  • They have 30 days to draft changes paving the way
    for new parliamentary and presidential elections.
  • The previous constitution framed by the
    government of ousted Islamist President Mohammed
    Morsi has been suspended.
  • His Muslim Brotherhood movement has denounced the
    rewriting of the constitution.
  • Thousands of pro-Morsi supporters are continuing
    to protest against his removal in the Nasr City
    area of Cairo.
  • Demonstrators, many of them from Mr Morsis
    Muslim Brotherhood, staged large rallies across
    Egypt on Friday, angry at his overthrow by the
    military on 3 July.
  • The Brotherhood has refused to recognise the new
    military-backed administration.
  • However, interim Prime Minister Hazem el-Beblawi,
    in his first televised interview, said on
    Saturday he was hoping for everyone to take part
    in a national dialogue.
  • We cannot write a constitution when the country
    is divided. We have to return to harmony, he
    said.
  • In a separate development, Jordans King Abdullah
    on Saturday became the first Arab leader to visit
    Egypt since the fall of the Islamist-led
    government.
  • He met the caretaker president and gave his
    backing to Egyptian national choices, a
    presidential statement said.

6
Pope Francis To Begin Brazil Visit
  • Pope Francis is due to fly to Brazil for his
    first foreign trip, which will be taking place
    amid high security.
  • The pontiff will be greeted by some two million
    young people from all over the world at the Roman
    Catholic World Youth Day festival in Rio de
    Janeiro.
  • The first Latin American Pope will also celebrate
    Mass on the famous Copacabana beach and visit
    shanty towns.
  • Some 22,000 security staff will be on duty during
    the visit of the Pope, who is not using his
    armoured Popemobile.
  • Mask ban
  • Ahead of his week-long trip, the 76-year-old Pope
    from Argentina called on his followers to join
    him spiritually on his journey through prayer.
  • The pontiff is due to arrive in Brazil the
    worlds most populous Catholic country later on
    Monday, and huge crowds are expected to greet him
    at Rio airport.
  • The Vatican says it has full confidence in the
    ability of Brazilian security forces to protect
    the pontiff during his visit.
  • However, Pope Francis direct style of
    communication, his desire for close proximity
    with his flock and his frequent rejection of
    protocol are creating some worry among the
    organisers of the visit, the BBCs David Willey
    in Rome reports.

7
Trayvon Martin Protests Across US At Zimmerman
verdict
  • Protests have taken place in more than 100
    US cities, a week after George Zimmerman was
    cleared of murdering unarmed black teenager
    Trayvon Martin.
  • Demonstrators demanded federal charges to be
    brought against Mr Zimmerman, 29, over the
    February 2012 incident.
  • A Florida jury agreed that the neighbourhood
    watch volunteer killed the 17-year-old in
    self-defence.
  • In comments on Friday, President Barack Obama
    admitted many black men in the US experienced
    racial profiling.
  • The protests against the courts decision were
    led by the National Action Network, headed by
    civil rights activist the Reverend Al Sharpton.
  • We are not coming out with violence, we are
    coming to denounce violence. The violence that
    was perpetrated on an unarmed, innocent man named
    Trayvon Martin, Mr Sharpton told at a rally in
    New York.
  • Thousands gathered for Justice for Trayvon
    protests in at least 100 other cities across
    America, including Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles
    and Miami.
  • Mr Sharpton told supporters on Saturday morning
    that he wanted to see the scrapping of stand
    your ground self-defence laws, such as that in
    force in Florida.
  • We are trying to change laws so that this never,
    ever happens again, he said.
  • The teenagers mother, Sybrina Fulton, told the
    crowd Today it was my son. Tomorrow it might be
    yours.
  • Rapper Jay Z and his wife, the singer Beyonce,
    appeared on stage at the New York rally.
  • In Miami, Trayvon Martins father, Tracy Martin,
    was among those who gathered to the words of the
    civil rights song We Shall Overcome.

8
Preamble And Articles Of The Magna Carta (1215)
  • John, by the grace of God, king of England, lord
    of Ireland, duke of Normandy and Aquitaine, count
    of Anjou, to the archbishops, bishops, abbots,
    earls, barons, justiciars, foresters, sheriffs,
    stewards, servants and all his officials(1) and
    faithful subjects greeting. Know that we, out of
    reverence for God and for the salvation of our
    soul and those of all our ancestors and heirs,
    for the Honour of God and the advancement of Holy
    Church and the reform of our Kingdom, on the
    advice of our reverend fathers, Stephen
    archbishop of Canterbury, primate of all England
    and cardinal of the Holy Roman Church, Henry
    archbishop of Dublin, William of London, Peter of
    Winchester, Jocelyn of Bath and Glastonbury, Hugh
    of Lincoln, Walter of Worcester, William of
    Coventry and Benedict of Rochester bishops, of
    Mater Pandulf subdeacon and member of the
    household of the lord pope, of brother Aimeric
    master of the Knights of the Temple in England
    and of the noblemen William the Marshal earl of
    Pembroke, William earl of Salisbury, William earl
    of Warenne, William earl of Arundle, Alan of
    Galloway constable of Scotland, Warin son of
    Gerild, Peter son of Herbert, Hubert de Burgh
    seneschal of Poitou, Hugh de Neville, Matthew son
    of Herbert, Thomas Basset, Alan Basset, Philip
    dAubigny, Robert of Ropsley, John Marshal, John
    son of Hugh and others, our faithful subjects(2).

9
What Is The Magna Carta
  • It is crumbling, water-stained and written in
    Medieval Latin, but the Magna Carta has managed
    to remain relevant to the cause of human rights
    even today, 800 years after it was scrawled on
    parchment and affirmed with the sticky wax seal
    of the English king. Englands Great Charter of
    1215 was the first document to challenge the
    authority of the king, subjecting him to the rule
    of the law and protecting his people from feudal
    abuse.
  • Although most of the charters ideas were revised
    or have since been repealed, the Magna Cartas
    fundamental tenets provided the outline for
    modern democracies. One of its clauses, still in
    the English law books, has been credited as the
    first definition of habeas corpus the universal
    right to due process.
  • Taking a cue from the document more than five
    centuries later, American revolutionaries
    incorporated many of the Magna Cartas basic
    ideas into another important piece of parchment
    the U.S. Constitution.

10
Jay Z Magna Carta Holy Grail BBC Radio 1 Zane
Lowe Videos
  • Jay-Z gets intimate and personal with Zane Lowe
    for the final installment of his hour-long BBC
    Radio 1 interview. With almost two decades in the
    rap game, Hov reveals how falling in love and
    marrying Beyoncé and the birth of his daughter
    Blue Ivy Carter changed his life and influences
    the energy for Magna Carter Holy Grail. Although
    his family is the focal point of the beginning of
    the interview, Hov also discussed a possible tour
    with Beyoncé and Watch the Throne 2 with Kanye
    West.
  • Zane walks Jay-Z through his thoughts and lyrics
    behind Jay-Z Blue, his metaphorical song
    dedicated to Blue Ivy. Jay-Z opens the song, with
    Blue told me to remind yall, a line that
    describes his daughters energy and the statement
    of mind he has as a first time father.
  • While fatherhood may be a new title for Hov,
    being famous isnt. Hov revisited the concept of
    fame, as he does on Magna Carter Holy Grail. Lowe
    asked him about aligning his star power with his
    wife for a tour with Beyonce, and Hov confirmed
    that the thought is definitely there.

11
Sim Card Flaw Results In Phone Hijacking
  • A vulnerability on SIM cards used in some mobile
    phones could allow malware infection and
    surveillance, a security researcher warns.
  • Karsten Nohl, founder of Security Research Labs
    in Berlin, told The New York Times that he has
    identified a flaw in SIM encryption technology
    that could allow an attacker to obtain a SIM
    cards digital key, the 56-digit sequence that
    allows modification of the card. The flaw, which
    may affect as many as 750 million mobile phones,
    could allow eavesdropping on phone conversations,
    fraudulent purchases, or impersonation of the
    handsets owner, Nohl warned.
  • We can remotely install software on a handset
    that operates completely independently from your
    phone, warned Nohl, who said he managed the
    entire operation in less than two minutes using a
    standard PC. We can spy on you. We know your
    encryption keys for calls. We can read your SMSs.
    More than just spying, we can steal data from the
    SIM card, your mobile identity, and charge to
    your account.
  • The vulnerability was found in the Digital
    Encryption Standard, a cryptographic method
    developed by IBM in the 1970s that is used on
    about 3 billion cell phones every day. While the
    encryption method has been beefed up in the past
    decade, many handsets still use the older
    standard.
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