Iraq

“Brooklyn man” funds travel for ISIS

Money Jihad 16 March 2015

As if “Brooklyn” is the best adjective that could have been selected to help explain Abror Habibov’s motive and background. Habibov is actually an Uzbek with an expired visa

 

Canadian Imams In Anti-ISIS Fatwa: ISIS Was Created By Western Interests To Remove Syrian Government; Joining It Is A Mortal Sin

Right Side News 16 March 2015

On March 11, 2015, the Islamic Supreme Council of Canada, a Calgary-based body headed by Imam Syed Soharwardy, issued a 'historic fatwa' against joining the Islamic State (ISIS).

 

Islam's Troubled Historic Record and Dome of the Rock

Right Side News 16 March 2015
By Tom Wallace and Shahram Hadian

Today, with Dr. Janosik's help, we are going to share a different perspective on the history of Islam. Those of you who follow this ministry are familiar with the traditional teachings on the

 

Internet gaffe by US government as UK extremist's sharia law photo used in free speech ad

Daily Mail Online 16 March 2015
By Martin Beckford and Abul Taher

The US government has made a bizarre internet gaffe by posting a British Muslim extremist’s photograph of veiled women calling for sharia law, citing it as an inspirational

 

Islamic State flags again displayed in Bosnian village

b92 16 March 2015

The police are still looking for the IS flags and the persons who put them up in the same village in early February. A photograph taken on Tuesday and posted on social

 

EU ministers beef up anti-terror measures

The Telegraph 16 March 2015
By John Thor Dahlburg

European countries agreed Thursday to begin giving extra scrutiny this summer to travelers who meet criteria indicating they could be terrorists or Muslim foreign

 

Turkish FM: Spy from anti-Islamic State coalition helped UK girls enter Syria

Jerusalem Post 13 March 2015

Turkey said on Thursday it had caught a spy working for a country in the US-led coalition fighting Islamic State who had helped three British girls cross into Syria to join the insurgent

 

Why are young Australians being drawn to Islamic State?

ABC Online 13 March 2015
By Paul Donoughue and Lucy Fahey

In Sydney, two teenagers try to board a plane to the Middle East to fight for Islamic State. In Melbourne, friends and family of Jake Bilardi, the teenager suspected of carrying out

 

Going Islamisant on Marriage

American Thinker 12 March 2015
By Ken Blackwell and Bob Morrison

We have previously argued that President Obama’s policies in foreign policy are Islamisant (iss-lam-i-ZONT). That is, we do not say he is Islamic, or Islamist, to be sure. What we argue

 

Chinese authorities say Muslim Uighurs have joined ISIS

Fox News 12 March 2015

Chinese officials say that members of the country's Muslim Uighur ethnic minority have gone overseas to fight with ISIS, which controls sections of Syria and Iraq, and returned to take

 

Australia Investigating Whether Teen Was Islamic State Suicide Bomber

Wall Street Journal 12 March 2015

Australia’s government said Thursday it was trying to confirm the death of an Australian teenager seen fronting a propaganda video distributed last year by Islamic State

 

Joining jihad: Australians who have gone to fight in Iraq and Syria

Sydney Morning Herald 12 March 2015
By Marissa Calligeros

Jake Bilardi, 18, from Craigieburn, in Melbourne's north, is believed to have died in a suicide bombing in the Iraqi city of Ramadi. Mr Bilardi, a gifted maths student, travelled to Iraq

 

Ancient Town Ransacked by Islamic State: Iraqi Government

NDTV 12 March 2015

Islamic State militants have desecrated another ancient Iraqi capital, the government said on Wednesday, razing parts of the 2,700-year-old city of Khorsabad famed for its colossal

 

Calgary imam declares 'fatwa' on ISIL

Calgary Herald 12 March 2015
By Dylan Robertson

Canadian imams are staring down threats from terrorist groups, as well as stigmatizing rhetoric from the federal government, to formally condemn the lure of the Islamic State

 

ISIS militants kidnap Bangladeshi

The Daily Star 12 March 2015

A Bangladeshi was among nine foreign nationals taken hostage by Islamic State militants in an attack on an oilfield in Libya on Friday. The victim, Helal Uddin, 40, from Madarganj

 

ISIS video purportedly shows child executing 'Israeli spy'

Ynetnews 11 March 2015
By Roi Kais

Radical terror group Islamic State released footage on Tuesday evening purportedly showing a child executing an 'Israeli spy.' Twitter accounts linked with ISIS had published a preview clip

 

The Islamic State Is Destroying Thousands of Years of Cultural and Literary History

Mic 11 March 2015
By Tom McKay

The human cost of the rise of the Islamic State group is well-documented: thousands shot or killed, women forced into sex slavery and billions in forced tribute and stolen resources.

 

Jordan’s King Abdullah: “Islamophobia” helps strengthen Islamic State

Jihad Watch 11 March 2015
By Robert Spencer

The Islamic State kills, rapes and maims in the name of Islam and in accord with Islamic texts and teachings. But Jordan’s King Abdullah is saying that if you take note of that, you’ll just

 

Street preacher and ISIS supporter Abdul Salam Mahmoud reportedly killed in Syria

Sydney Morning Herald 11 March 2015
By Rachel Olding

An Australian street preacher has reportedly been killed in a regime stronghold in Syria that has been a focal point of rebel fighting. Abdul Salam Mahmoud maintained a strong social

 

The ‘Islamophobia’ Scam Returns

Frontpage Mag 10 March 2015
By Robert Spencer


In recent weeks, the terror group calling itself the Islamic State (aka ISIS and ISIL) has beheaded journalists and social workers, burned a pilot alive, and forced hundreds of captive women into sex slavery – all while citing Islamic texts to justify their actions and appeal for new recruits. A Muslim in the latest

 
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