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900 IS terrorists arrested in Syria – demand that Europe take them back home

Syrian Kurdish forces battling the Daesh group hold around 900 of the organisation’s foreign extremists, a spokesman said on Thursday, a sharp increase from a previous figure. By – AFP In lengthy battles against Daesh in the war-torn country, the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) have rounded up thousands of alleged Daesh members, Syrian and otherwise. “Around 900 ISIS terrorists are ...

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Violence in Swedish Schools on the rise

Over the last five years, violence perpetrated by primary and secondary school students in Sweden have more than doubled. The Chairman of the Teacher’s Association (lärarnas riksförbund) Åsa Fahlén, in a interview, commented that she wasn’t surprised at the dramatic increase in crime and she is very worried. Fahlén told SVT Nyheter that the dramatic increase of threats and violence reflect society ...

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Nearly 22,000 Civilians Killed Worldwide in 2017 by Islamic Extremism

Islamic extremism and efforts to combat it are responsible for 84,000 deaths in 2017, according to a new report from an organization founded by former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair. By –  Samuel Smith According to the Global Extremism Monitor by the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change released Thursday, at least 84,023 people in 66 countries died because of “violent Islamism” in ...

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Europe’s populists take their fight to Sweden’s refugee utopia

After three decades service on Sweden’s railways, Matta Brahim retired to volunteer on the council of Sodertalje’s St Thomas Church and a quiet life helping the transplanted community settle in a peaceful corner of Europe. By – Gareth Browne The church has become a focal point for the thousands of Assyrians who have fled the Middle East in waves over four ...

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Västerås’s police intelligence: The city is taken over by Salafist Muslim

The “vulnerable” area of ​​Pettersberg in Västerås is one of many in Sweden, That transformed into an ethnic enclave for migrants and the center of Muslim radicalization in the traces of the immigrant immigration policy.  By – Brünnhilde The police in Västerås are concerned of the development and the crime that the radical groups are committed, to influence all residents to ...

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9 Stories on Radical Islam Buried by Mainstream Media

During a show about celebrities, a Turkish TV station edited out the cross on Selena Gomez’s necklace. (Apparently, her bare shoulders didn’t bother Islamist sensibilities like a Christian symbol did.) A convert to Islam who was fired from his job as a high school principal in Australia due to suspicions he was radicalizing students is now in a teaching position again at a ...

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Calls on government to rehabilitate 14 Canadian children linked to ISIS

A report released Monday called on countries to bring back and rehabilitate children from the so-called Islamic State, warning that otherwise, they could pose a significant future threat. By – Stewart Bell  Scroll 4video The London-based International Centre for the Study of Radicalization said that more than 4,600 foreign minors were affiliated with ISIS, including an estimated 14 Canadian citizens. But only about a ...

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Help Is on the Way for Middle Eastern Christians

When Islamic State captured the Iraqi town of Telskuf four years ago this week, terrorists desecrated the local Chaldean Catholic church and beheaded congregants on the altar. By – Mark Green The slaughter was only one episode from the genocide ISIS waged on Christians and other vulnerable religious groups across its so-called caliphate, nearly exterminating some of the region’s most ancient ...

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Iran Goes Against Russia, Says It’s Staying in Syria

Iran has rejected its ally Russia’s call for all foreign troops to leave Syria, saying it is the U.S. and Turkey who are deployed there illegally and should withdraw their forces. By – Tom O’Connor In the wake of a 2011 uprising backed by the West, Turkey and Gulf Arab states, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad appealed to Russia and Iran to support ...

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Years of tolerance nurtured Islamic extremism in Europe

Constantly prioritizing liberal values over national security in Europe has ultimately given a free hand to Islamic radicals, who sneak into the continent unhindered with little scrutiny, said expert Jennifer Breedon. By – Europe Breedon, an international criminal law attorney and expert in extremism studies, spoke in the wake of the attack in Paris on Saturday night, when a knife-wielding ...

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