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The tragedy of the Arabs

A THOUSAND years ago, the great cities of Baghdad, Damascus and Cairo took turns to race ahead of the Western world. Islam and innovation were twins. The various Arab caliphates were dynamic superpowers—beacons of learning, tolerance and trade. Yet today the Arabs are in a wretched state. Even as Asia, Latin America and Africa advance, the Middle East is held ...

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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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German ministry wants migrants returned to Africa

The German Interior Ministry wants to stop migrants ever reaching Europe’s Mediterranean coast by picking them up at sea and returning them to Africa, the Welt am Sonntag newspaper reported on Sunday. In what would be a huge shift for a country with one of the most generous asylum policies, the ministry says the European Union should adopt an Australian-style ...

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