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InSide the Global Jihad February 23, 2017

On February 19, 2017, the Iraqi forces, with US and coalition air support, opened the offensive to liberate west Mosul. The Iraqi forces opened the attack on Mosul’s western and southern outskirts. In the city of Al-Bab, northeast of Aleppo, fighting continues. Via: terrorism-info.org Main events of the week On February 19, 2017, the Iraqi forces, with US and coalition ...

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“Swedish Spring”: Citizens Demand National Conversation On Muslims Migrant Crimes

It’s being called the “Swedish Spring”; a groundswell of support for a top cop who went public on the epidemic of crimes being committed by Muslim migrants which has led to Swedes demanding a national conversation on the issue.  Via: infowars.com Since veteran police officer Peter Springare blew the whistle on the devastating effects mass immigration has had on Sweden, likes ...

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Muslims Migrants Are to Blame For Most Serious Crimes In Sweden

A SWEDISH police officer has launched a seething attack on the country’s politically correct approach to immigration as he claimed Muslims migrants were to blame for the most serious crimes. Via: express.co.uk In a Facebook rant, Peter Springare said his post was not politically correct, but he did not care as he was soon retiring after 47 years of service.Sweden has ...

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Inside Iran February 1, 2017

Main Points Via: terrorism-info.org The Astana talks on the future of Syria ended on January 24, 2017. Iran, Russia and Turkey agreed to establish a joint mechanism to oversee the Syrian ceasefire. They issued a statement at the end of the talks stressing their countries’ commitment to preserving Syria’s territorial integrity, continuing the joint struggle against ISIS and the Fateh al-Sham ...

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“Normal” Treatment of Middle Eastern Women

Crimes against Humanity: “Normal” Treatment of Middle Eastern Women Via: gatestoneinstitute.org Mullahs seem to prefer protecting inhuman laws to protecting humans. Most full coverings for women are black, which absorbs heat, and are made not of cotton but of non-porous cloth – in the scorching heat. In a province of Indonesia, Aceh, a woman, accused of being intimate with her boyfriend ...

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Iran repopulates Syria with Shia Muslims

In the valleys between Damascus and Lebanon, where whole communities had abandoned their lives to war, a change is taking place. For the first time since the conflict broke out, people are starting to return. Via: theguardian.com But the people settling in are not the same as those who fled during the past six years. The new arrivals have a different ...

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Russia Signs Deal for Syrian’s Bases in Tartus and Latakia

Russia signed a long­term agreement on Friday to greatly enlarge its military presence in Syria, more than doubling the space for warships in Russia’s only Mediterranean port and securing rights to an air base that may already be adding a second runway. Via: nytimes.com The agreement covers the port in Tartus and an air base near Latakia, which have been pivotal ...

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Behead Unbelievers Now It’s The Time

“We heard that the [ISIS] militants grabbed six strong men working at the bakery and burned them inside the oven. After that, they caught some 250 kids and kneaded them like dough in the bakery dough machine…. Members of 200 different families were killed right before our eyes.” — Syria. Some Christian and Yazidi women captured by ISIS militants were ...

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Istanbul Reina nightclub attack ‘leaves 35 dead’

At least 35 people have lost their lives in an attack on a nightclub in Turkey, Istanbul’s governor has said. Among the dead at the Istanbul club is one police officer, Vasip Sahin stated, adding that it was a terror attack. At least another 40 were injured in the attack which took place in the Reina nightclub, in the Ortakoy ...

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Germany’s Right rises

Five days after Donald Trump became the next president of the United States, the south Munich chapter of Germany’s far-right party, Alternative for Germany (AfD), held its first meeting since the U.S. election. In a traditional Bavarian tavern on a quiet residential street, 50-some party members and supporters drank beer and celebrated the victory that they felt was, in many ...

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