After Peshawar School Massacre, Pakistan's Barelvi Clerics Attack The Taliban, Declare: 'The Killers Of Students Are Hell-Bound, 12 January 2015

After the December 16 attack on the Army Public School in the Pakistani city of Peshawar, in which 132 and a dozen adults were killed, the tide of public opinion is turning


At the End of Afghanistan War, Most Doubt its Value

abcnews 5 January 2015
By Gary Langer

Fewer than four in 10 Americans say the war in Afghanistan was worth fighting – up from its low but still a broadly negative judgment on the United States’ longest


Soldier investigated ‘for touching Taliban suspect on nose with piece of paper’

Blazing Catfur 24 December 2014

A British soldier was investigated for touching a Taliban fighter on the nose with a sheet of paper during a routine interrogation, a former senior military intelligence


Armenian Genocide centennial to be commemorated in Istanbul

ARMENPRESS 9 December 2014

On the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide the April 24 remembrance events to be held in Turkey will have unprecedented dimensions. Armenpress reports, citing the


Endless War: Obama Secretly Extends US War on Afghanistan

Common Dreams 25 November 2014

Last May 27, in an announcement in the White House Rose Garden, President Obama said: "2014, therefore, is a pivotal year. Together with our allies and the Afghan


Truck bomb kills two in attack on foreign base in Kabul

Reuters 19 November 2014
By Jessica Donati and Hamid Shalizi

A truck bomb ripped through the outer perimeter of a foreign security compound in Afghanistan's capital early on Tuesday, killing two Afghan security guards and wounding


Is the Practice of Beheading Justified in Islam?

tractro 14 November 2014

The news coming in from around the world is grim. Photos and videos of beheadings, in all their grisly detail, flood our inboxes and social media feeds. Media personalities,


Report: $420M in U.S. Weapons, 'Sensitive Items' Go Missing in Afghanistan

Atlas Shrugs 14 November 2014
By Pamela Geller

More deadly fallout of Obama’s weak and feckless policies. He has hamstrung our troops with impossible Rules of Engagement, and the vacuum created by his refusal to allow our


Burkas in Afghanistan make me glad to live in America

The Denver Post 13 November 2014
By Marijo Tinlin

The Afghan woman looked like a large sack of potatoes in her full blue burka, barely perceptible as a human. As the night-time Kabul traffic


Troops from Hungary, Iceland, Ireland and Italy leaves Afghanistan

Balochwarna News 12 November 2014

The Hungarian, Iceland and Italian troops are preparing to leave Afghanistan as the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) mission concludes by the end of next



Daily Sabah 12 November 2014

Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus stated on Tuesday that Ankara would call for cooperation and solidarity from all countries that are uneasy with the Israeli


Islamic Relief USA Replaces CEO; Charity Once Part Of A Michelle Obama Initiative

he Money Jihad blog has reported on a June 2014 leadership change at Islamic Relief USA related to financial misdoing at the charity. The report begins: 


Report: Navy SEAL who shot bin Laden revealed

Navy Times 6 November 2014
By Meghann Myers

The former Navy SEAL who claims to have shot and killed Osama bin Laden has been identified ahead of a highly anticipated Fox News interview in which he is expected to discuss


Stop Honor Killing of 10-Year-Old Rape Survivor

Care2 5 November 2014

Brishna, a 10-year old girl from Kunduz province in Afghanistan, was raped by a local mullah in May 2014. While she was recovering in the hospital, her family and community


The Missing Women of Afghanistan

The Huffington Post 1 November 2014
By Ann Jones

On September 29th, power in Afghanistan changed hands for the first time in 13 years. At the Arg, the presidential palace in Kabul, Ashraf Ghani was sworn in as president,


Italian Cagliari holds Armenian Genocide related conference

ARMENPRESS 29 October 2014

One of the discussions at the international conference, held in the Italy’s Cagliari, was fully devoted to the Armenian Genocide. The conference was held, notwithstanding the


Royal British Legion cadet threatened to be ‘shot by Taliban’ for selling Remembrance Sunday poppies in Derbyshire

Derbyshire Times 29 October 2014

A teenage army cadet was threatened by a man shouting anti-military abuse while selling poppies in Belper. The cadet, who was helping to raise money for the Royal British


New Afghan president hosts Turkey's Erdogan in Kabul

brecorde 20 October 2014

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived in Afghanistan Saturday, the latest world leader to visit the war-ravaged country since President Ashraf Ghani took power after a


Turkish jets bomb Kurdish PKK rebels near Iraq

BBC News 16 October 2014

Turkish F-16 and F-4 warplanes have bombed Kurdish PKK rebel targets near the Iraqi border, as their ceasefire comes under increasing strain. The air strikes on Daglica were


The Terror-Funding Roads That Pass Through Qatar

Right Side Publications 16 October 2014
By Thomas Vibjerg, Henrik Thomsen

Qatar is under growing international pressure because of millions of terror dollars allegedly being pumped into the Islamic State and other radical Islamist movements from

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