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The danger of saying ISIS is not Islam

Times of Israel 19 September 2014
By Liz Lightstone


So I’ve been thinking about this a lot and posted this morning on twitter about David Cameron’s comment ("they are monsters, not Muslims”). I’m very concerned by growing reprise that "Islamic State” (IS) is not Islam, that they are not Muslims. I can understand where it’s coming from but its a very dangerous form of

 

The Watchman Show: Silent Conquest of the West

blogs.cbn 19 September 2014

On this weeks edition of The Watchman, we sit down with Frank Gaffney of the Center for Security Policy to discuss the new documentary film "Silent Conquest," which examines

 

Confronting Islamic State

The Economist 19 September 2014


Even before America has properly put together its coalition to "degrade and ultimately destroy” Islamic State, the jihadist group that controls swathes of Iraq and Syria, it thinks it is making military progress. IS’s advance has already been halted, and the group has been pushed back on several fronts.

 

Islam, beheadings and politically correct denial

The Commentator 19 September 2014
By Vincent Cooper

When Prime Minister David Cameron says that aid worker David Haines was "brutally murdered” by Isil, the extremist Islamic terrorist group, he is no doubt referring to the manner

 

The UK's Attempts to Create a "Moderate Islam" Just Failed

War On The Rocks 19 September 2014
By James Brandon

Almost ten years ago, in the wake of the 2005 London transport bombings, the UK government under Tony Blair launched its ambitious "Prevent” strategy "to stop people becoming

 

The City of London has its own caliphate - and they have away days in Hampshire

City a.m. 19 September 2014
By Sarah Spickernell

Given what we've learned about caliphates over recent months - largely from the rise of the brutal Islamic State (IS) in the Middle East - the City of London, with its

 

France's Hollande Vows Strikes on Islamic State Soon

Voa News 19 September 2014
By Lisa Bryant

French President Francois Hollande said Thursday Paris will conduct airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Iraq in the near future. The announcement comes as the militant

 

Fighting ISIS Includes Standing Up for Human Rights

The Huffington Post 19 September 2014
By Junaid Jahangir

Last week in Calgary, a woman attacked Imam Soharwardy by trying to hit him twice with her car. She got out of the vehicle and shouted obscenities at him reserved for Muslims,

 

Who's Who in Coalition to Defeat Islamist Extremists

Breitbart 19 September 2014

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 Syria. Jihadists

 

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

 

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,

 

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

 

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).

 

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

 

Children as Suicide Bombers in Islamic Countries

The Gatestone Institute 19 September 2014
By Lawrence A. Franklin

One Pakistani recruiter of child suicide bombers describes these children as "tools provided by God." Another Muslim cleric in a madrassa [Islamic boys' school] describes

 
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