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Who’s who of coalition to stamp out Jihadists across Iraq and Syria

The Australian News 19 September 2014
By Judith Sloan

The United States is taking the lead in an international coalition aimed at repelling and defeating the Islamist extremists marauding across parts of Iraq and

 

Radicalisation, spending on defence and pensioners: budget debate

Swiss News 19 September 2014

The first of two days of formal debate on the cabinet's 2015 spending plans took place on Wednesday, with opposition MPs queuing up to accuse ministers of showing a lack of

 

Dutch Islamo-Nazism, Where Did It Come From?

At the beginning of September it became clear, rather suddenly, that Islamo-Nazism in the Netherlands has become substantial and is already a semi-organized movement. Rob

 

Dutch Jihadi: We Don’t Torture, I Just Shoot Them Dead

BNN TV has interviewed a Dutch jihadi who is part of the Al-Nusra front, the Syrian branch of the terror network, Al-Qaeda. The jihadi, Abu-Gharib, says that "the people who

 

U.S., Europe Ponder Silent Threat From 'Tourist Jihadis'

Bloomberg 19 September 2014
By Mehul Srivastava and Helene Fouquet

As U.S. fighter jets bomb Islamic State strongholds in Iraq, and Australian police officers arrest men intent on capturing and beheading innocents, intelligence agencies are

 

Rise in extremists recruiting French women, girls

Beaumont Enterprise 19 September 2014
By Lori Hinnant

Recruiters for Islamic extremist groups are increasingly targeting French women and girls, with nearly 100 either in Syria or on their way and 175 being monitored at home,

 

Jochen Bittner: From Germany’s Muslims, a new, vicious anti-Semitism

National Post 19 September 2014
By Jochen Bittner

Europe is living through a new wave of anti-Semitism. The president of Germany’s Central Council of Jews calls it the worst the continent has seen since World War II. He may

 

Muslims set to protest over Islamic State fear-mongering

euronews 19 September 2014

Muslim organisations across Europe have begun calling out their followers in protest against the rise of Islamic State (ISIL) in Syria and Iraq amid an increase in hate crimes

 

Exiled Brotherhood officials may find home in Turkey Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2014/09/turkey-egypt-q

Al Monitor 19 September 2014
By Tulin Daloglu

With the United States taking the lead in ramping up the fight against radical terrorists in the region, wealthy Gulf countries are exerting pressure on Qatar to expel exiled

 

ISIS Draws a Steady Stream of Recruits From Turkey

The New York Times 19 September 2014
By Ceylan Yeginsu

Having spent most of his youth as a drug addict in one of the poorest neighborhoods of Turkey’s capital, Can did not think he had much to lose when he was smuggled into Syria

 

Erdogan's $350M presidential palace

Al Monitor 19 September 2014
By Kadri Gursel

In terms of the continuity of the existing constitutional system, Erdogan’s pronouncement is devoid of any substance and a poor metaphor. The only new thing about Turkey so far

 

Spain needs multifaceted plan to cope with jihadism: expert

Global Post 19 September 2014

A prominent Spanish terrorism researcher said on Wednesday that Spain needs a multifaceted plan involving various sectors of society to cope with the jihadist

 

Top cleric arrested in raid on Islamists in Kosovo

DW 19 September 2014

The detained imams, who include one of Kosovo's leading clerics, are suspected of preaching extremism and helping to recruit for the self-proclaimed "Islamic State" (IS).

 

New details on Lieberman's secret trip to Vienna

i24 news 19 September 2014

Israeli FM secretly met with Austrian counterpart Sebastian Kurz and anti-Muslim Serbian nationalist leader Israeli Foreign Affairs Minister, Avigdor Lieberman, recently

 

Multiculturalism Is a Failure

The Oakland Press 19 September 2014

German Chancellor Angela Merkel declared that in Germany, multiculturalism has "utterly failed.” Both Australia’s ex-prime minister John Howard and Spain’s ex-prime minister

 

Iran to expand cultural ties with Bulgaria

Standart News 19 September 2014

Iranian Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance Ali Jannati discussed the expansion of cultural relations with Bulgaria in a meeting with an official of Bulgaria's University

 

Oil money and Saudi Arabia’s stranglehold over global affairs

Money Jihad 19 September 2014

The five year anniversary of this blog’s inception is coming up in October. Before then we’ll revisit five videos that have touched on extremely important concepts in terrorist financing.

 

Muslim Politician Maajid Nawaz Admits That the Qur'an Supports ISIS

Answearing Muslims 19 September 2014

When I point out that the Qur'an promotes the sort of violence and oppression we're seeing from the Islamic State, Boko Haram, al-Shabaab, al-Qaeda, and the Taliban, I'm called

 

The A to Z of HAMAS’s Financing

Shariah Finance Watch 19 September 2014

Testimony by Avi Jorisch before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on the Middle East and North Africa & Subcommittee on Terrorism,

 

The spread of Rocky Mountain jihad

Michelle Malkin 19 September 2014
By Michelle Malkin

In my adopted home state, the toxic fumes of Islamic jihad have penetrated the most unlikely hamlets and hinterlands. Obama administration officials are vehemently denying

 
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