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The Collapse of the Islamic State? What Comes Next?

On June 29, 2014, ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi declared the establishment of the Islamic Caliphate by the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq. In the summer of 2014, at the height of its expansion, the Islamic State’s territory covered about a third of Iraq and between a quarter and a third of Syria Via: terrorism-info.org That large expanse, from the outskirts ...

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Egyptian cleric says men can marry their own daughters if they are born out of wedlock

A prominent Egyptian Salafist cleric has suggested Islam allows men to have sex with their illegitimate daughters and marry them. Via: Tariq Tahir  Mazen Al-Sersawi cites prominent Muslim scholar Imam Al-Shafi’i as saying because illegitimate daughters are not officially attributed to their fathers they can be married to them. He makes the claims in a video which has gone viral and he ...

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Inside The Global Jihad October 25, 2017

The predominantly Kurdish SDF officially announced this week that the city of Al-Raqqah had been fully liberated. Following the liberation, a struggle over control and influence in the city and throughout the region ensued between the United States and the SDF on the one hand and the Syrian regime on the other. Via: terrorism-info.org The United States and the Kurds are ...

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Egypt carries out anal examinations on ‘suspects’ arrested as part of crackdown on homosexuals

Cracking down on homosexuals in Egypt authorities carry out anal examinations Fans held up the rainbow flag during  Mashrou’ Leila gig in Cairo September 23 Some 33 have since been arrested following the show of support for LGBT rights  They are charged with ‘inciting immorality’ Egyptian security officials said Hamed Sinno, 29, lead singer of  Mashrou’ Leila, from Lebanon, is gay ...

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Christians in Germany will become a minority in the next 20 years

Turkey controls 900 mosques in Germany and feels free to say that a “liberal mosque” in Germany is “incompatible” with Islam. Via: Giulio Meotti  Can you imagine Germany offering Iraq, Syria and Egypt to build “200 new churches” to reconstruct the derelict and dispossessed Christian communities there? No, because in the Middle East, Christians have been eradicated in a forced de-Christianization. ...

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Inside the Global Jihad September 7, 2017

Main events of the week              ISIS continues its string of setbacks: In Syria – on 1 September 2017 the SDF announced they had completed the capture of the Old City of Al-Raqqah. According to the SDF, they are now in control of 65% of the city. At the same time the Syrian regime forces and ...

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Al-Azhar University a Global Security Threat

Al-Azhar University, the world’s largest Sunni Islamic educational institution, is where many of the world’s most brutal terrorists received their formal religious training. This is to be expected, given the nature of the material taught there. Al-Azhar has thousands of affiliated mosques, schools, learning centers, and universities around the world, such as the Islamic American University in Michigan. The institution has also ...

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Berlin ‘dismayed and furious’ over Muslim murder of German women in Egypt

German officials said on Saturday they had been left “dismayed and furious” by the stabbing of two German women at an Egyptian beach resort, calling it a deliberate attack on foreign tourists. Via: reuters.com An Egyptian Muslim stabbed the two German tourists to death and wounded at least four others on Friday at a popular seaside vacation spot on the Red ...

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Linda Sarsour: Jihad is “A Peaceful Self-Struggle”!

What Linda Sarsour said is technically correct, but simply not accurate. It is just half of the truth. What Sarsour did not, and probably will not, say is that the concept of jihad in Islam, as it is widely taught and understood in Islamic jurisprudence, is not only self-struggle or peaceful opposition, but also using force and violence to defend ...

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Qatar crisis: Germany seeks to bridge rift with Arab states

Germany has called for diplomatic efforts to resolve a growing crisis over Qatar, which is accused by four Arab neighbours of funding terrorism. Via: bbc.com Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Egypt and Bahrain cut travel and diplomatic ties with Qatar on Monday. Speaking after hosting his Qatari counterpart on Friday, German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel called for the “sea ...

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