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Mentally ill British man extradited to US on terror charge, pleads not guilty

RT 23 October 2014

A mentally ill British man was extradited to the US on Tuesday on charges of trying to set up a jihadist training camp in the US. He denies planning to establish a school for

 

Danes outraged by Turkey’s hostage deal with IS

Al-Monitor 22 October 2014

Unbeknownst to most Turks, who are more concerned about much more direct issues involving developments in Syria and Iraq, a diplomatic storm is raging between Turkey and

 

Haroon Aswat Extradited from the United Kingdom to the Southern District of New York to Face Terrorism Charges

eNews Park Forest 22 October 2014

Assistant Attorney General for National Security John Carlin, United States Attorney Preet Bharara for the Southern District of New York, Assistant Director-in-Charge George

 

Release of attempted murder suspect in Turkey not closed, says Danish PM

Hürriyet Daily News 22 October 2014

Questions over Turkey’s release of the shooting suspect of a right-wing writer and critic of Islam in Copenhagen in 2013 have not been resolved, Danish Prime Minister Helle

 

Denmark puzzled by Turkey’s release of shooting suspect

Hürriyet Daily News 21 October 2014

Turkey has admitted that it has released a suspect wanted in connection with the attempted murder of a right-wing writer and critic of Islam in Copenhagen in 2013, but it has

 

White Female Bundled Into Car By 2 'Asian' Men In Ilford

kafircrusaders 20 October 2014

Police are appealing for anybody who may of witnessed or has information after a white female was seen being bundled into a car by 2 men described as ‘Asian’. The woman had

 

Isis: German Chechen Arrested for 'Training With Islamic State' and Video Urging Muslims to 'Kill Unbelievers'

International Business Times 17 October 2014
By Gianluca Mezzofiore

A Chechen man and his wife travelling with their child has been arrested in Austria for allegedly training with Islamic State (Isis) fighters in Syria, according to local

 

UK: up to 600,000 children having suffered sexual abuse

Sheikyer Mami 17 October 2014
By Andre Walker

It is likely that more child-abuse cases like the recent Rotherham grooming scandal will come to light, one of the most senior police officers in the UK has claimed. Simon

 

British jihadis returning from Syria will face 'full weight of the law'

London Evening Standard 17 October 2014

Cabinet minister Justine Greening today warned that the "full weight of the law” will be used against British jihadis returning from Syria. She said government was working

 

Yemeni man sues Germany over US drone attack that killed his relatives

RT 17 October 2014

A Yemeni man is suing the German government after two of his relatives were killed by a US drone strike in 2012. He says Germany is liable as they allowed Washington to use the

 

Accused: 'We are not extreme - we are normal'

Asian Image 17 October 2014

A British man accused of plotting a potential Mumbai-style attack was secretly recorded ranting in his car saying: " Terrorist - that's a great word," a court heard. Erol

 

Terror arrests: Footage emerges of London raid, as four held

BBC News Online 17 October 2014

Four men are being questioned for a second day by officers investigating what Scotland Yard says is an "Islamist-related" plot. The men, all aged 20 or 21, were arrested in

 

PVV shocked by Turkey’s release of man who tried to murder Danish journalist Lars Hedegaard

Geert Wilders Weblog 16 October 2014
By Geert Wilders

Parliamentary questions of Geert Wilders MP and Raymond de Roon MP (both PVV) to the Dutch Minister of Foreign Affairs 1.) Have you taken note of the news that Turkey has

 

Islamic Supremacist Erol Incedal Arrested for UK Terror Plot That Included Possible Attack on Tony Blair

answeringmuslims 16 October 2014

When police pulled over Erol Incedal’s car for what seemed like a routine traffic offence a year ago, it was a key moment in a case that would make British legal

 

Islam critic's assailant released in Turkey

The Local / Denmark 16 October 2014

The man who tried to assassinate Lars Hedegaard has reportedly been released by Turkish authorities, possibly as part of a prisoner swap with Isis. Now Hedegaard fear someone

 

Lawyer: Suspect in attack on Danish journalist freed in Turkey

TODAY'S ZAMAN 16 October 2014

A suspect who allegedly attempted to murder Lars Hedegaard, journalist and founder of the International Free Press Society (IFPS), is believed to have been released by the

 

UK court hears alleged plot to assassinate Tony Blair

The Times of Israel 16 October 2014
By Jill Lawless

A man accused of plotting a terrorist attack in Britain had former prime minister Tony Blair’s address in his car, a prosecutor said Tuesday during opening arguments in a

 

Britain: Muslim Rape Gangs Run Wild

FrontPage Mag 16 October 2014
By Robert Spencer

1,400 British non-Muslim children were gang-raped and brutalized by Muslims in the British city of Rotherham, in accord with the Qur’anic allowance for the sexual enslavement

 

Jihadist teens face five years' jail

The Local Austria 16 October 2014

The two teen girls who joined Jihadists in Syria, then changed their minds and now want to return to Austria, face up to five years in jail for supporting a terrorist

 

Secret terror trial hears of possible attack on Tony Blair

SBS 15 October 2014

London's Old Bailey court has heard that former British Prime Minister Tony Blair may have been the intended target of a deadly terror plot. The trial of the suspect accused

 
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