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Christians Targeted in Pro-Morsi Violence in Egypt

Christians Targeted in Pro-Morsi Violence in Egypt

At least two Coptic Christians killed; 27 church buildings attacked.

CAIRO, Egypt, August 14, 2013 (Morning Star News) – In the violence that exploded across Egypt today, supporters of ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi attacked scores of church buildings and Christian-owned homes and ...

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Inside Egypt's Terrorist Camps: Torture, Rape, Mass Murder

Inside Egypt's Terrorist Camps: Torture, Rape, Mass Murder

Now that the Egyptian military has finally begun to neutralize Muslim Brotherhood terrorist bases, the so-called mainstream media are doing what they do best—twist reality to the Islamists’ benefit by casting them as innocent victims merely “holding vigil” only to be slaughtered, while calling for ...

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Hiroshima's Lessons for the War on Terror

Hiroshima's Lessons for the War on Terror

In the summer of '45, the United States concluded a war that had come to be seen by some as unwinnable after the carnage at Iwo Jima, with a bang.

On August 6th, the bomb fell on Hiroshima. And then on the 9th, it was Nagasaki's turn. Six days

later, Japan, which had been preparing to fight to the ...

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Iran's New Defense Minister: Behind the 1983 Attack on the U.S. Marine Corps Barracks in Beirut

Iran's New Defense Minister: Behind the 1983 Attack on the U.S. Marine Corps Barracks in Beirut

The newly-elected president of Iran, Hassan Rouhani, has appointed Brig. Gen. Hossein Dehghan as the new defense minister in place of Brig. Gen. Ahmad Wahidid. The appointment will take effect as soon as it is approved by the Majlis.

Brig. Gen. Hossein Dehghan spent his entire military career in ...

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JIHADIS MOVE FROM FACEBOOK TO YAHOO'S FLICKR PICTURE SHARING SITE TO SHARE IMAGES OF MARTYRS

JIHADIS MOVE FROM FACEBOOK TO YAHOO'S FLICKR PICTURE SHARING SITE TO SHARE IMAGES OF MARTYRS

Jihadis Move From Facebook To Yahoo's Flickr Picture Sharing Site – Uploading Images Of Martyrs, Including Foreign Fighters Killed In Syria From U.S., U.K., France, Australia, Spain

As part of their online media strategy, jihadi groups have in recent years begun using Western websites and ...

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Brotherhood Torture Chambers Finally Exposed

Brotherhood Torture Chambers Finally Exposed

Some time ago, Fox News published a report titled “Egyptian mosque turned into house of torture for Christians after Muslim Brotherhood protest.”   The report opens by explaining how Islamic hard-liners stormed a mosque in suburban Cairo, turning it into [a] torture chamber for Christians ...

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Bombing the Buddhists

Bombing the Buddhists

The jihadists -- on this occasion the Indian Mujahadeen -- are at it again. On a Sunday in July nine bombs went off in Buddhism's most sacred place, Bodh Gayain India. The jihadists said the bombing was in retaliation for the Buddhists resisting jihad in Myanmar. This would be the equivalent of ...

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Muslim Persecution of Christians: May, 2013

Muslim Persecution of Christians: May, 2013

The month of May continued to prove that Nigeria is the most dangerous nation for Christians—where more Christians have been killed last year than all around the Muslim world combined.  In one instance, Boko Haram Muslim militants stormed the home of a Pentecostal pastor and secretary of the ...

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Global Arms Markets as Seen Through the Syrian Lens

Global Arms Markets as Seen Through the Syrian Lens

The many and diverse efforts to arm the various actors in the Syrian civil war are really quite amazing to watch. These efforts are also quite hard to decipher -- and intentionally so -- since many of the arms transfers occur on the murky gray and black arms markets. Indeed, it is quite doubtful ...

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