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ISIS on its KNEES as foreign fighters turn backs on evil caliphate

The flow of foreign recruits from Europe has dried up by 90 per cent while airstrikes have killed or injured thousands of militants, reducing the terrorist organisation to a shadow of its 2015 profile. According to a senior US general, just a few hundred foreign-born jihadis are now registering with the caliphate each month, down from a high of 2,000 ...

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The Palestinian Authority is deceiving Western donor countries

This special report by Palestinian Media Watch reveals a major fraud by the Palestinian Authority, through which it is reaping more than a billion dollars in foreign aid yearly. In 2014, the PA announced that in order to continue receiving more than a billion dollars in financial support annually, it was acceding to US and European donor countries’ demands that ...

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Swedish terror suspect: I want to be a martyr

A 20-year-old former teaching student accused of plotting to attack Sweden told a court on the last day of his trial that he wanted to be a martyr. Prosecutor Ewamari Häggkvist started the day at Attunda district court by asking the suspect if he aspired to martyrdom. “Yes. It’s the greatest thing one can achieve in Islam,” said the accused. ...

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Jihadi arrested in Austria may be Mumbai bomber

A terrorist arrested in December in Austria last year for his links to the Paris attacks may have also been involved in the 2008 Mumbai bombings that killed 164 people. Muhammad Ghani U., 34, had been arrested in Salzburg along with an Algerian ISIS fighter called Adel H., 28, after it emerged that he had entered Europe along with two ...

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State Department Video: ‘No Doubt’ Iran Continuing to Fund Terrorism

Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs Thomas Shannon said Tuesday that there was “no doubt” Iran was continuing to fund terrorism in the Middle East. Testifying at a Senate hearing on recent Iranian missile tests and their effect on Iran nuclear deal implementation, Shannon told Sen. David Perdue (R., Ga.) “we are seeing it” all over the region. “In regard ...

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Pakistan: Public schools teach hatred of Christians and Jews , “passion for Jihad”

No need to be concerned. Only 70% of Pakistani children go to these schools. Meanwhile, our children are learning to be sensitive to “microaggressions” and to eschew unpopular ideas as “hate speech.” “Children in Pakistan are learning disturbing things about other religions in school,” by Nafees Takkar, Christian Science Monitor, March 31, 2016: … In recent years in government-approved schools, ...

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Inside the Global Jihad March 30, 2016

Main events of the week On March 27, 2016, the city of Palmyra, located in the heart of the Syrian desert, was taken over by the Syrian Army and the forces supporting it. The takeover of Palmyra is a military, political and image-related achievement of the Syrian Army and Russia, which provides it with ongoing air support. The takeover of ...

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50 ISIS sympathisers WORK at Brussels airport, police claim

The employees at the airport in the Belgian capital, which was the target of a deadly attack claimed by ISIS last week, have been identified as supporters of the evil terror group. Some of the terrorist sympathisers even have security passes which can get them into aircraft cockpits. The shocking open letter, written by Zaventem airport police officers, comes just ...

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Watch Video: ISIS antique loot trade via Turkey

A new trove of documents, obtained by an RT Documentary crew who recently uncovered details of illicit ISIS oil business with Turkey, sheds light on jihadists’ lucrative trade of looted antiquities along their well-established oil and weapons transit routes. There is no official accounting that would illustrate the true scale of looting being undertaken in Syria, a land once rich ...

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Inside the Global Jihad

Main events of the week This week was marked by a series of attacks carried out by ISIS, demonstrating the operational capabilities of the terrorist and guerrilla infrastructure that ISIS has built outside the core area of its rule in Syria and Iraq. Local ISIS branches and networks were involved in the attacks that were carried out in Turkey, Belgium, ...

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