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Muslim Persecution of Christians, September, 2013

Muslim Persecution of Christians, September, 2013

A Month of Horror for Christians under Islam

"We shall come for you…you are polluting our religion." — Note apparently from al-Shebaab, Somalia

"It seems great crackdowns on churches and extraordinary waves of arrest of Iranian pastors and Christian converts have not been effective." — Mohabat ...

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Bearing Witness: Survivor Describes Nigerian Islamist Terror

Bearing Witness: Survivor Describes Nigerian Islamist Terror

The Investigative Project on Terrorism

"Are you ready to die as a Christian?" asked Habila Adamu's AK-47-armed assailants from Nigeria's Boko Haram(BH) Islamist terrorist organization. During a recent visit to Washington, D.C., Adamu recounted surviving a massacre of Christians, in an effort to ...

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Geneva Plan Of Action of Iranian President Rohani And Iranian FM Zarif

Geneva Plan Of Action of Iranian President Rohani And Iranian FM Zarif

"The right to enrich uranium on Iranian soil is the right of the Iranian nation and everyone can interpret it as they wish... The text states explicitly that Iran will continue to enrich [uranium], and for this reason I say to the Iranian nation that the uranium enrichment activity in Iran will ...

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Largest Massacre of Christians in Syria Ignored

Largest Massacre of Christians in Syria Ignored

The worst Christian massacre—complete with mass graves, tortured-to-death women and children, and destroyed churches—recently took place in Syria, at the hands of the U.S.-supported jihadi “rebels”; and the U.S. government and its “mainstream media” mouthpiece are, as usual, silent (that is, when ...

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Islamic ‘Racism’: Muslim Blood Superior to Infidel Blood

Islamic ‘Racism’: Muslim Blood Superior to Infidel Blood

Arguing that Muslim blood is more precious than infidel blood, Muslim clerics in and out of Sudan are outraged because a Sudanese court has condemned a Muslim man to death—simply because he murdered a non-Muslim, the American diplomat John Granville on January 1, 2008.

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Muslim Persecution of Christians, August, 2013

Muslim Persecution of Christians, August, 2013

What Happened to Christians in the Middle East this August?

"After torching a Franciscan school, Islamists paraded three nuns on the street 'like prisoners of war,' before a Muslim woman offered them refuge." — Associated Press

While not all, or even most, Muslims are involved, the persecution of ...

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Mexico's Zetas Are Not Finished Yet

Mexico's Zetas Are Not Finished Yet

During the question-and-answer portion of our quarterly Mexico Security Monitor webinar, we were asked a question pertaining to the current status of Los Zetas. The question was something to the effect of: "Some Mexican media outlets and analysts claim that Los Zetas have been dismantled as an ...

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The Growing Terror Threat From Radical Women Converts

The Growing Terror Threat From Radical Women Converts

The Investigative Project on Terrorism

In a photograph, the girl looks back with casual curiosity, her face scrubbed, her hair pulled a bit untidily behind her ears, her collar crisp, her tie askew, a charming and timeless portrait of the young Catholic schoolgirl in her teens.

Barely more than a ...

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Iran's Presence is Multifaceted and Reaches Remote Places in Latin America

Iran's Presence is Multifaceted and Reaches Remote Places in Latin America

Early this year the Argentine prosecutor, Alberto Nisman, disclosed a 500-page document of evidence of Iran’s terrorist networks in Latin America. It included a number of countries, among which were Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Guyana, Paraguay, Trinidad and Tobago, Suriname, and Uruguay.

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