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British ISIL Suicide Bomber Blows Himself Up in Iraq’s Ramadi

A British Islamic State fighter known as Abu Musa al-Britani has blown himself up in the Iraqi city of Ramadi, Charlie Winter, a researcher at the Quilliam Foundation, said

 

Discussing Current Iraq War Debate with Sam Sorbo(video)

Diana West 26 May 2015
By Diana West

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Anti-mosque group 'won't talk to Muslims'

Islamist Watch 26 May 2015
By Megan Mackander

Sunshine Coast anti-mosque protestors say they have no intentions of speaking face-to-face with Muslims about a planned "place of worship" because they already know what

 

Canadian Al Jazeera Journalist Says Al Jazeera Is Sponsor Of Muslim Brotherhood; We Are Not Surprised

MB Watch 26 May 2015

Mohamed Fahmy, the Canadian journalist on trial in Egypt on terror-related charges, has filed a lawsuit in Canadian court against his employer Al Jazeera for $100 million, accusing the

 

Islamic State Magazine Asks: 'Did You Think We Were Joking?'

The Clarion Project 26 May 2015
By Elliot Friedland

The Islamic State has published another issue of its glossy English language Dabiq propaganda magazine. Entitled They Plot and Allah Plots, the issue focuses on legitimacy, trying to

 

MUSLIM DUMPING GROUND? Australia pays Cambodia to take Muslim illegal aliens off its hands

Bare Naked Islam 26 May 2015

Cambodia says it has agreed to take its first batch of Muslim illegal aliens from Australian custody as part of a controversial deal between the countries that triggered widespread

 

US Muslim body terms Morsi verdict 'trial of democracy'

Islamist Watch 26 May 2015
By M. Bilal Kenasari

One of the largest Muslim associations in the U.S. has strongly condemned an Egyptian court's recent decision to impose the death penalty on Egypt's first elected President Mohamed

 

Coke Jihad: IT Chief at Coca-Cola Bangladesh arrested as Islamic State Fighter

Atlas Shrugs 26 May 2015
By Pamela Geller

An IT manager at a subsidiary of Coca-Cola Co was one of two men arrested in Bangladesh on suspicion of planning to fight for Islamic State in Syria, police and company sources said on

 

The Greek Genocide - 100 Years of Silence (Ottoman Jihad)

Assyrian International News Agency 22 May 2015
By Thea Halo

In the struggle between denial and silence, silence wins hands down. That is, silence wins out over denial if the genocide of a people is to be complete. For almost 100 years,

 

Remembering the "Time of (Ottoman Jihad) Violence” in Europe—Past as Prologue?

andrewbostom 20 May 2015

The 2 minute and 40 second opening (embedded above) of this 1988 Bulgarian film epic (288 minutes total; screened at the 1988 Cannes Film Festival), "Vreme Na Nasilie,” "Time

 

Five Ways to Invade and Defeat a Militarily Superior Free Country

Citizen Warrior 22 May 2015

Many people think we in the West have nothing to worry about from Islam. The West has superior weapons, a superior military, and orthodox Muslims are not going to start an

 

Islam lies in wait for Europe

Islamist Watch 22 May 2015
By Ephraim Herrera

The demographic trends are clear: Europe is committing suicide. The fertility rate to maintain a country's population, known as the replacement rate, is generally considered to

 

Syrian Regime Helicopter Drops Barrel Bombs on Idlib Province

youtube 22 May 2015
By MEMRITVVideos

Footage taken inside a helicopter of the Syrian regime shows barrel bombs being dropped on Idlib Province. According to the YouTube channel that posted the footage on May 19,

 

Libyan Cleric Justifies Beheadings and Body Mutilation "to Strike Terror in the Heart" of the Enemy

youtube 22 May 2015
By MEMRITVVideos

In a May 16 interview with Al-Tanasuh TV, Libyan Cleric Muhammad Bouajila, a member of the Libyan Ulema Association, explained that in principle, beheadings and body mutilation

 

Why Australia and Thailand refuse to take in any Rohingya Muslim illegal aliens from Myanmar (Burma)

Bare Naked Islam 22 May 2015

Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, confirmed Thursday that none of the more than 8,000 Rohingya refugees caught in a weeks-long standoff at sea will be resettled in Australia.

 

Call it 'Fail Jazeera' — why the network is imploding

Islamist Watch 22 May 2015
By Oren Kessler and David A. Weinberg

For Al Jazeera, May is the cruelest month. In just the past four weeks, two ex-employees have filed separate lawsuits totaling some $100 million, three executives have resigned from its

 

Lonely man finds a home in Islam, and then in Islamic State

Rudaw 22 May 2015

Before he left New Zealand, Mark Taylor spoke with a local television network. "I've been lonely all my life," he said. "Been rejected by people. Used by people. Abused by people."He

 

Syria: Isis executes al-Sheitaat tribe teenager with bazooka in Deir al-Zour

IBT 22 May 2015
By Gianluca Mezzofiore and Arij Limam

Islamic State (Isis) has posted a video showing the execution with a bazooka of a young member of the Sunni al-Sheitaat tribe in Syria's eastern Deir Ezzor (or Deir al-Zour) province.

 

Australia to strip citizenship of Australian-born jihadis with immigrant parents

Jihad Watch 22 May 2015
By Robert Spencer

Australian Immigration and Border Protection Minister Peter Dutton, seen here in February 2015, says that because Islamic State movement is not recognized as a state, membership is

 

De-Islamization Is the Only Way to Fight ISIS

FrontPage Magazine 20 May 2015
By Daniel Greenfield

Obama can’t defeat ISIS with soft power, though ISIS could beat him with soft power assuming its Caliph ever decided to agree to sit down at a table with John Kerry without

 
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