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Stockholm syndrome: The Mecca of moral elitism

How is it possible that Stockholmers – and a large majority of the rest of Sweden – have advocated for a policy that results in themselves and their immediate families facing a greater risk of being subjected to violence? By – Lars Johansson  In 1973, a bank Kreditbanken was robbed at Norrmalmstorg square in Stockholm. Four bank officials were taken hostages. ...

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Global Muslim Brotherhood Meets to Plan Future Strategy

Away from the watchful eyes of the world media and under the guise of attending a conference in Mauritania, prominent members of the international Muslim Brotherhood will meet openly on Friday, December 22, 2017, for the first time since the downfall of Mohammed Morsi, Egypt’s failed president from the Brotherhood’s party. By – Ran Meir   Even though the terror organization Hamas allegedly separated from the ...

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Erdogan’s New Muslim Political Network

What is notable is that France’s new Muslim party, the Equality and Justice Party (PEJ), is an element of a network of political parties built by Turkey’s President Erdogan and AKP to influence each country of Europe, and to influence Europe through its Muslim population. Via: Yves Mamou                           ...

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A warm Muslim hospitality: Algeria/Morocco Block Syrian asylum seekers at Border

 Algerian and Moroccan border authorities appear to be blocking two groups of Syrian asylum seekers from leaving the border area near the Moroccan city of Figuig, Human Rights Watch said today. The Syrians, including women and children, have been trapped there since April 18, 2017, in abysmal conditions, Human Rights Watch said. Via: hrw.org According to the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees ...

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Russia Became the Middle East’s New Power Broker

On the morning of January 11, Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar climbed up the companionway of an aircraft carrier floating off the Mediterranean port of Tobruk. As a Marine band played and an honor guard presented arms, an admiral in a white full-dress uniform greeted the Libyan strongman, who was a senior commander in the U.S.-backed rebel forces that ousted the ...

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Syrian Muslim migrant, 16, who had links to ISIS charged with plotting bomb attack in Cologne

A TEENAGE Syrian migrant has been charged with plotting a bomb attack in Cologne, Germany.  The 16-year-old received instructions on how to create bombs from online chats and investigators believe that the Syrian migrant wanted to build a bomb and cause multiple deaths in Germany. The plot has been described as a “serious state-threatening violence” and police said his mobile ...

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NSA Closely Involved In GUANTANAMO Interrogations

PERSONNEL FROM THE National Security Agency worked alongside the military, CIA, and other agencies on interrogations at Guantánamo in the early days of the war on terror, new documents show. Entries from an internal NSA publication, which were among the documents provided by whistleblower Edward Snowden, described staffers’ deployments to Guantánamo Bay during a time period when prisoners were subjected ...

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