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Big Clues Missed in '08 Mumbai Terror

ndtv.com 22 December 2014
By James Glanz, Sebastian Rotella, David E. Sanger

In the fall of 2008, a 30-year-old computer expert named Zarrar Shah roamed from outposts in the northern mountains of Pakistan to safe houses near the Arabian Sea, plotting

 

Partner of Sydney siege gunman jailed

Telegraph.co.uk 22 December 2014
By Jonathan Pearlman

Amirah Droudis, the partner of the gunman in the Sydney siege, has been sent to jail after her bail on murder charges was revoked. Droudis, 35, is accused of murdering the ex-wife

 

3 Hizb-ut Tahrir men held in Natore

Prothom Alo (English) 22 December 2014

Police arrested three suspected members of banned Islamic outfit Hizb-ut Tahrir Bangladesh from Muktijuddho Sansad Bhaban in Sadar upazila on Natore on Sunday. (continue reading...)

 

Arafat gave us arms for Second Intifada attacks, Hamas official says

The Times of Israel 19 December 2014
By Elhanan Miller

Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat allowed Hamas to carry out terror attacks against Israel following the failure of the Camp David peace talks in July 2000, and transferred

 

EU court removes Hamas from terror blacklist

InSerbia News 17 December 2014

The EU General Court has ordered that the Palestinian militant group Hamas be removed from the bloc’s terror blacklist. The move comes over four years after Hamas appealed its

 

For 20 years, the EU has not been able to figure out Hamas is terrorist

Elder of Ziyon 17 December 2014

Here is the legal reasoning behind today's decision by the ECJ to de-list Hamas as a terror organization:

 

Islamic State recruits more than just fighters

The Boston Globe 17 December 2014
By Eric Tucker

WASHINGTON — As it looks to expand its territorial base across broad swaths of Iraq and Syria, the Islamic State is recruiting for more than just fighters. The extremist

 

France says 13 jihadi networks dismantled, 5 terror attacks thwarted, departures to Syria grow

Minneapolis Star Tribune 17 December 2014
By LORI HINNANT

PARIS — France has thwarted five terror attacks and dismantled 13 networks linked to extremists in Syria but the number of young people leaving to join the fight has doubled in

 

Video: Robert Spencer on the Muslim Brotherhood in the American Heartland

FrontPage Magazine 17 December 2014

Below is the video of a talk given by Robert Spencer in April, 2014, at a Global Faith Institute event in Omaha, Nebraska. A brief note from Spencer accompanies the

 

When jihad turns into genocide

Ynetnews 17 December 2014

Op-ed: One terror attack in a Sydney café, which left three people dead, led to a global commotion; but the regular mass murder of Muslims by Islamists leaves the world

 

Video: Abbas’ advisor: All of "Palestine” will "return” to Palestinians ?through "resistance"

PMW Bulletins 17 December 2014
By Itamar Marcus

In his latest sermon, Mahmoud Abbas' advisor on Religious and Islamic Affairs stated that "all our occupied land, all our rights in Palestine... our ancestors' legacy

 

Sydney Hostage Taker: "Islam is the Religion of Peace”

FrontPage Magazine 17 December 2014
By Daniel Greenfield

Sheikh Haron aka Man Haron Monis called his website a "Site of Peace & Harmony” In a letter to Prime Minister Abbott, Sheikh Haron described himself as a "Muslim peace

 

Pakistani Taliban Kills 160, Mostly Children, in School Attack

Antiwar.com 17 December 2014
By Jason Ditz

A group of Pakistani Taliban (TTP) fighters killed at least 160 people, including over 130 children, in an attack on the Army Public School in the northern city of Peshawar

 

Kenya shuts down 500 groups in anti-terrorism crackdown

Blazing Cat Fur 17 December 2014

Kenya has shut down more than 500 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) including 15 groups it said had links to financing terrorism, though critics

 

Army arrests son of Salafist leader in north Lebanon

The Daily Star 17 December 2014
By Antoine Amrieh

The Lebanese Army arrested the son of prominent sheikh Dai al-Islam al-Shahhal, the founder of the Salafist Movement in north Lebanon, a security source said Friday.

 

Suspects Arrested in Belgium Following Apartment Siege

TIME 16 December 2014
By Naina Bajekal

Authorities said the incident was not linked to terrorism Three people were arrested in Belgium on Monday after men burst into an apartment building and took a hostage in

 

Sydney Hostage-Taker "Muslims Will Take Over Australia”

FrontPage Mag 16 December 2014
By Daniel Greenfield

On his Fatwa page, Sheikh Haron aka Man Haron Monis, the Sydney hostage-taker who had spent nearly two decades committing a variety of crimes including sexual assault, murder

 

Sydney Siege Ends: Police Storm Cafe Where Man Haron Monis Held Hostages

NBCNews 16 December 2014
By Alastair Jamieson

A gunman was killed and two hostages are dead after police stormed a chocolate shop in Sydney on Monday, ending a 16-hour siege by a self-professed sheik. An intelligence

 

Psychology: Why Islam creates monsters

10News.dk 16 December 2014
By Nicolai Sennels

As a psychologist I find it interesting to find out why so many terrorists come from an Islamic back ground. During my research I studied Islam and I my conclusion is that

 

Qatar Not Alone in Supporting IS - Saudi Arabia, Kuwait Involved: Experts

Sputnik International 16 December 2014
By Svetlana Alexandrova, Daria Chernyshova

Qatar was supporting a range of Islamists in Syria and Iraq from the Muslim Brotherhood to Salafi Jihadist groups along with Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, experts told Sputnik News

 
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