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Egypt’s Al-Azhar Institute: Key to Ending terror or Reason for It?

Egypt’s Al-Azhar Institute: Key to Ending terror or Reason for It?

Just one month before the Paris massacre of Charlie Hebdo and his staff, the prestigious Sunni Muslim Al-Azhar Institute organized and held a conference at its headquarters in Cairo to address worldwide terrorism. It was entitled, "Al-Azhar in the face of extremism and terrorism." After two full ...

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Germany Bracing for Islamic Terror

Germany Bracing for Islamic Terror

Paris "Just the First Shot"

German police have evidence "that key European cities could be attacked at any time." — Der Spiegel.

"This is a serious situation." — German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere.

"You will pay the price as you walk on your streets, turning right and left, fearing the ...

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Jews cope with Egypt’s hysteria and revision of Jewish-Egyptian history

Jews cope with Egypt’s hysteria and revision of Jewish-Egyptian history

At the end of last month, the Egyptian courts of Alexandria delivered a verdict to ban annual visits to the historic mausoleum of Moroccan Rabbi Yacoub Abu Hasira in the nearby village of Demto. After thirteen years in the court system, the Administrative Court of Alexandria issued a definitive ...

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What about Arab War Crimes against Palestinians?

What about Arab War Crimes against Palestinians?

And who ever heard of the case of Zaki al-Hobby, a 17-year old Palestinian who was shot and killed last weekend by Egyptian border guards? Had he been shot by Israeli soldiers on the other side of the border, the EU and UN would have called for an international commission of inquiry.

The stories ...

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Censorship, "Mental Illness" Overrun France

Censorship,

France is a country where so-called "anti-racist" organizations, heavily subsidized by the government, fight for the most part only a single "racism": "Islamophobia."

It is now a country where the only people allowed to speak freely of Islam to large audiences are those who describe it as a ...

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What the Palestinian Authority Did Not Tell the UN Security Council

What the Palestinian Authority Did Not Tell the UN Security Council

What the Palestinians did not tell the Security Council is that the state they seek to establish is one that does not respect public freedoms, first and foremost freedom of expression. It will be a state where the president or any of his senior officials could order the arrest of anyone who dares ...

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Why Does Nobody Want to Play with Turkey?

Why Does Nobody Want to Play with Turkey?

Turkey is too big, too Islamist and too un-European for the EU; it is too little Islamist and a disliked former colonial power for most of the Arab street; a sectarian and regional rival for Iran, and a security threat to the bigwigs in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.

Theoretically, Turkey ...

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A Pack of Wolves

A Pack of Wolves

               Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron responded to the terrorist attack in Sydney, Australia, in which two of more than 17 hostages were killed by an Islamic extremist. Referring to “lone wolf terrorists,” he said ...

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Europe Declares War on the Internet

Europe Declares War on the Internet

"Spanish newspapers formed suicide pact, invited Google to pull the trigger. Google did." — Twitter user.

Spain's ailing newspaper industry, which is utterly dependent upon Google News search engine to drive traffic and revenues, is now at risk.

The spirit of the new law "is not really about ...

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