One Tuesday night in September, a specially trained imam from Turkey stayed up late, engraving letters in imported ink onto a parchment stained with tea leaves. The sloping, thick, black letters were written in Arabic calligraphy, and the imam who wrote them, Ahmet Yuceturk, had taken great pains to make sure they looked just right, even adding the seal of an Ottoman sultan to the parchment. The words he inscribed: "Police... More >>>