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Poland got it right! ‘We have no terrorist attacks … we refuse to open our doors Islamic migrants’

As carnage unfolds all around them, Poland is “learning from the mistakes of others” in preventing terrorist attacks at the hands of Islamic extremists. …and the lesson is not allowing Islamic migrants into their country. Via: Tom Tillison              Ryszard Czarnecki, a British-born Polish politician, said in the aftermath of Saturday’s London Bridge terrorist attack that these incidents are often carried out by ...

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Satellite imagery reveals US military base near Syria’s southern border

Satellite imagery that was captured recently from the Jordanian-Syrian border revealed a constructed U.S. military base located some 18 km east of Syria’s Tanf Crossing into Iraq’s Al-Anbar Governorate. Via: Leith Fadel                              As seen above from the satellite image, the U.S. has a fully functional base that ...

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Inside Iran May 21, 2017

A commander of an IRGC brigade spoke in an interview about the IRGC’s activities in Syria. He said Iran was operating with three regional headquarters in Syria. He claimed Iran did not provide financial support for Syrian fighters but only vital military advice for Syrian army operations. He also said the widespread rumors of the alleged death of Qasem Soleimani, ...

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Qatari Government Opens Mega-Mosque in Malmö, Sweden

Qatar’s Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs has opened Scandinavia’s largest mosque in Malmö, Sweden. Via:  Jack  Montgomery                    The 1,791 square metre Umm Al-Mu’minin Khadijah Mosque will be able to accommodate around 2,000 devotees and cost the Qatari government around three million euros, according to the Qatar News Agency. An absolute monarchy where the ...

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Anti-Isis coalition meets in Denmark to assess campaign

Key members of the US-led coalition fighting the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria meet in Copenhagen on Tuesday to assess the campaign’s next steps as the jihadists’ “caliphate” collapses.   Via: thelocal.dk Though officials warn that military action will continue for some time, they are generally upbeat about the progress and quickening momentum of the fight. After months of ...

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Islamic civilization: What Happens to Christians There Will Come To Europe

“Be careful, be very careful. What has happened here will come to you.” — An elderly priest in Iraq, to Father Benedict Kiely. Last year, more than 90,000 people chose to drop out of the Church of Sweden — almost twice as many as the year before. Meanwhile, in one year, 163,000 migrants, most of them Muslim, entered the country. ...

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Inside the Global Jihad April 26, 2017

Main events of the week This week, there were no significant changes on the ground in the various fighting zones in Syria and Iraq. SDF forces continue to mop up the areas surrounding Al-Raqqah in order to tighten the encirclement of the city. According to an increasing number of reports, ISIS is evacuating operatives from its “capital” Al-Raqqah to cities ...

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Islam and Multiculturalism in Germany- March 2017

Police knew as early as March 2016 that Anis Amri, the 31-year-old Tunisian who carried out the December 19 jihadist attack on the Christmas market in Berlin, was planning an attack, but he was not deported because he did not have a passport. Via:  Soeren Kern Humboldt University will become the sixth university in Germany to teach Islamic theology. Berlin ...

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Obama’s hidden Iran deal giveaway

When President Barack Obama announced the “one-time gesture” of releasing Iranian-born prisoners who “were not charged with terrorism or any violent offenses” last year, his administration presented the move as a modest trade-off for the greater good of the Iran nuclear agreement and Tehran’s pledge to free five Americans. Via: Josh Meyer “Iran had a significantly higher number of individuals, of ...

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How a country labelled the ‘Most Generous Nation on Earth’ became a terror target

Pundits and politicians have described Sweden as ‘Most Generous Nation on Earth’  Last terror attack came in 2010 when a failed suicide bomber blew himself up But there are tensions behind the country’s seemingly perfect facade  Via: dailymail.co.uk With its bustling pavements and elegant shops, Stockholm has come to be seen as one of Europe’s most peaceful and developed cities. For decades, ...

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