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The Islamic State Recruited 400 Child Soldiers in 3 Months

The Clarion Project 27 March 2015

Over the last three months the Islamic State has recruited some 400 child soldiers, according to a Syrian monitor group. It calls them the ‘Cubs of the Caliphate’ thematically in keeping

 

Palestinian rockets killed Gaza civilians during war

Zee News 27 March 2015

In a damning report released today, Amnesty International said Palestinian rocket fire during the 2014 summer war in Gaza had killed more civilians inside the Gaza Strip than inside

 

Australia foils 230 Muslims trying to leave the country to join the jihad

Jihad Watch 27 March 2015
By Robert Spencer

Is this supposed to be a feel-good story? A “Wow, the counterterrorism squads are doing a great job” story? But what now? Australia authorities aren’t going to dare to do a

 

British Teachers on ‘Frontline’ of Radicalisation Fight

Newsweek 26 March 2015
By Felicity Capon

Teachers in the UK feel they are on the “frontline” when it comes to tackling students who could be at risk of radicalisation, with many fearing they must now treat their

 

Denmark sending fewer foreign fighters to Isis

The Local Denmark 26 March 2015

In 2013, 66 Danes travelled to Syria or Iraq to either fight alongside or against the terror group Isis. In 2014, the number was nearly halved to 37, radio programme P1 Oreintering

 

How America Bamboozled Itself About Iran

Commentary Magazine 26 March 2015
By Jordan Chandler Hirsch

Here, then, is where we are. When the world’s most powerful nations began their effort to negotiate away Iran’s nuclear program in 2003, the Islamic Republic had 130 centrifuges.

 

Are Pakistani Christian and Hindu women daughters of a lesser God?

Daily O 25 March 2015
By Ahmar Mustikhan

After ISIS fighters overran Yazidi villages in Iraq's Sinjar region last fall reports surfaced of massive scale of sexual slavery of Yazidi women that shook the world's conscience, but the

 

Islamic State Executions: ISIS Stones Couple For Adultery In Latest Public Killings Over Social Crimes

International Business Times 25 March 2015
By Cristina Silva

Islamic State group fighters fatally stoned a man and woman accused of adultery in Iraq Tuesday in a public square in the northern city of Mosul, the New York Times reported. The

 

Israeli group's documentary accuses Hamas of training child soldiers

Fox News 25 March 2015
By Paul Alster

A new documentary that shows senior Hamas figures in Gaza unabashedly discussing the training of child soldiers and glorifying suicide bombers at military-style youth camps will be

 

Australia a Puzzling Hotbed of Islamic State Recruiting

Military.com 25 March 2015
By Rod McGuirk

A nightclub bouncer who reportedly became a terror group leader. A man who tweeted a photo of his young son clutching a severed head. A teenager who is believed to have turned

 

IS Sisters' Urge Russian-Speaking Women To 'Join Us In Syria'

A message purporting to be from Russian-speaking women with the Islamic State (IS) group in Syria and calling for other women to join them has been shared on social media. The

 

Syria monitor: Islamic State recruits 400 children since January

Egypt Independent 25 March 2015

Islamic State has recruited at least 400 children in Syria in the past three months and given these so-called "Cubs of the Caliphate" military training and hardline indoctrination, a

 

Stop Smearing Critics of Islam as Islamophobes

reason.com 20 March 2015
By Brendan O'Neill

The UK-based Islamic Human Rights Commission has disgusted everyone who owns a moral compass by giving its international "Islamophobe of the Year Award” to Charlie

 

Iranian Propagandists in Kosovo

The Weekly Standard 20 March 2015

Kosovo Albanians, overwhelmingly Muslim, love America—which rescued them from Serbian aggression in 1999—and desire diplomatic relations with Israel. Kosovo does not recognize

 

Up to 500 West Midlands children 'at risk of sex exploitation'

BBC News 20 March 2015

A report found some children were trafficked by gangs and often passed between offenders Continue reading the main story Related Stories Ofsted concerns on child

 

Saudis halt Sweden visas as tensions escalate

The Local / Sweden 20 March 2015

Per Jönsson, a middle east expert at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs, described the move as a "major escalation". "We hope that visa operations will

 

How entangled is the terror economy is with our own?

Money Jihad 20 March 2015

France 24 recently interviewed Professor Louise Shelley, author of the book Dirty Entanglements. Shelley discusses the variety of revenue sources available to the Islamic State

 

Wrestling with radical Islam is an uphill battle in France

THE IRISH TIMES 20 March 2015
By Lara Marlowe

French authorities are counting on the country’s Muslim establishment to combat extremism in their community. In a speech to the National Assembly following attacks that

 

ISIS: Four Islamic extremists 'had links to university in Liverpool'

Daily Mirror 20 March 2015
By Joshua Taylor

Four former students from a university in Liverpool have links to Islamist terrorism, it has been claimed. It is believed two former students of Liverpool's John Moores

 

The Islamist Way

Gatestone Institute 20 March 2015
By Burak Bekdil

"Expansion and conquest" make one of the pillars of the Islamist doctrine. For that reason, it requires, and overtly or covertly struggles for, expanding "rights" in

 
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