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Inside The Global Jihad November, 2016

Main events of the week About three weeks after the beginning of the campaign to take over the city of Mosul, the situation on the ground is as follows: Intense fighting is taking place on the eastern outskirts of Mosul. The Iraqi army has entered the city and taken over several neighborhoods but was forced to withdraw from them (or ...

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Romania: Lawsuit Launched to Stop Bucharest Mega-Mosque

The original deal called for a “mutual exchange” in which Romania would build a new Orthodox Church in Istanbul, while Turkey would build the mosque in Bucharest. In July 2015, however, Prime Minister Victor Ponta revealed that the Romanian government had abandoned the Istanbul church project because it is “not allowed under Turkish law.” Ponta approved the Bucharest mosque project ...

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If the Vatican submits to Islamism, the West submits to barbarism.

“[Pope Benedict XVI] has doubted publicly that it can be accommodated in a pluralistic society… and tempered his support for a programme of inter-religious dialogue run by Franciscan monks at Assisi. He has embraced the view of Italian moderates and conservatives that the guiding principle of inter-religious dialogue must be reciprocità. That is, he finds it naive to permit the ...

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Muslim Refugees or an Occupation Army?

“Allah requires from the believers to be masters of the land where they live, and only they can have property, and only we will be able to own the land.” — Muslim migrants in Crete, Greece. The migrants were ready to wage jihad because they believed a rumor about an event for which, even had it been true, the Greek ...

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Europe’s prisons are turning criminals into jihadists

Prisons in Europe have turned into breeding grounds for jihadist groups, according to a major study on criminal-terrorist networks by a British think tank published Tuesday. “Sometimes people with the worst pasts create the best futures,” reads a poster by a militant Islamist group featuring a rifle-toting fighter turning his back on the camera and facing an iridescent light that ...

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‘Son’ of Boko Haram’s founder named jihadi head

When the Islamic State group appointed Abu Musab al-Barnawi as the head of Boko Haram early in August, few people even recognised his name. But to close observers of Nigerian jihadi affairs, Barnawi’s promotion from relatively unknown spokesman to leader came as no surprise. After all, many experts say that Barnawi, born Habib Yusuf, is the 22-year-old son of Boko ...

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Inside The Global Jihad August 26 – 2016

Main events of the week This week, the fighting in Syria was concentrated in and around the city of Aleppo and in the area west of the Euphrates River, near the Syrian-Turkish border. In this context: In Aleppo, the rebel organizations (led by the Fateh al-Sham Front) managed to fend off attacks by the Syrian Army and maintain the logistical ...

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France ‘burkini ban’: Images of police on beach fuel debate

Pictures have emerged of French police appearing to enforce the controversial “burkini ban” on a woman on a beach in the southern city of Nice. Police appear to issue a fine to the woman, who is then seen removing a veil and baring her arms. Nice’s deputy mayor said the removal of burkinis was a “necessity” after the deadly jihadist ...

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Russia has killed more civilians than ISIS

RUSSIA has killed more civilians in Syria than ISIS despite only being active for a third of the time the jihadi’s, according to a report. Putin’s forces supporting the Assad regime have reportedly killed at least 2,704 civilians since they entered the war in September. AP:ASSOCIATED PRESS Russian airstrikes have reportedly caused more deaths than ISIS in Syria But ISIS have ...

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Islam’s “Quiet Conquest” of Europe

“Islam is a French religion and the French language is a language of Islam.” — Tariq Ramadan. In 1989, Dalil Boubakeur, rector of the Grand Mosque of Paris, justified the persecution of Salman Rushdie by Ayatollah Khomeini. Last year, Boubakeur called for the conversion of churches into mosques. In Britain, mainstream Muslim organizations are dispensing “Islamic justice” through more than ...

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