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Mimicking Breivik in Poland

Mimicking Breivik in Poland

Poland's Internal Security Agency announced Nov. 20 that it had arrested "Brunon K," a chemistry professor at the Agricultural University in Krakow who allegedly planned to attack the lower house of the Polish parliament. The arrest came Nov. 9, just two days before Warsaw's annual Independence Day ...

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Constraints Facing the Next Mexican President

Constraints Facing the Next Mexican President

Enrique Pena Nieto will be sworn in as Mexico's next president Dec. 1. He will take office at a very interesting point in Mexican history. Mexico is experiencing an economic upturn that may become even more pronounced if Pena Nieto's Institutional Revolutionary Party administration is able to work ...

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New Program In Gaza Schools Teaches Military Skills, Cultivates 'Resistance Spirit'

New Program In Gaza Schools Teaches Military Skills, Cultivates 'Resistance Spirit'

In August 30, 2012, on the eve of the start of the new school year, Hamas's Education Ministry launched a program titled "Futuwwa"[1] in the government high schools for boys in Gaza, in cooperation with the National Security force, which is subordinate to the Interior Ministry.[2]The program is ...

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Lebanon: Lessons from Two Assassinations

Lebanon: Lessons from Two Assassinations

On Oct. 19, Lebanese Brig. Gen. Wissam al-Hassan was assassinated on a narrow side street near Sassine Square in downtown Beirut. The attack involved the detonation of a moderately sized vehicle-borne improvised explosive device as al-Hassan's car passed by the vehicle in which the device was ...

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National Guard Guns Aimed at Serbs in Service of Albanian Mafia

National Guard Guns Aimed at Serbs in Service of Albanian Mafia

This past September 11th, Western leaders hailed the “fully” and “irreversibly” independent Kosovo—still unrecognized by most UN members—for achieving additional “full independence.” The International Steering Group’s Civilian Office, which had the power to block laws or ministerial appointments, ...

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The Expensive, Diminishing Threat of Somali Piracy

The Expensive, Diminishing Threat of Somali Piracy

Piracy off the coast of Somalia has dropped off dramatically in 2012. Successful ship hijackings have decreased from 31 in 2011 (and 49 in 2010) to only four so far in 2012. Attacks against ships have also decreased, falling from 199 reported attacks in the first nine months of 2011to 70 attacks ...

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Bulletin of Christian Persecution October 8, 2012 - October 29, 2012

Bulletin of Christian Persecution October 8, 2012 - October 29, 2012

October 8, 2012 
Egypt
Mohammad Mostafa Kamel, a Muslim prosecutor at the Alexandria Criminal Court, and his two sons, aided by some hired Muslims, broke into the church of the St. Mary in Rashid at and demolished a great part of its altar. They came to the church with front loaders. Kamel had ...

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The Real 'El Chapo'

The Real 'El Chapo'

A widely propagated myth would have us believe that Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman Loera and his Sinaloa Federation are less violent than many of their competitors. Statements from journalists and analysts allege that Sinaloa is more businesslike than Los Zetas, whose reputation for ...

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Hizbullah’s Unspoken War in Syria

Hizbullah’s Unspoken War in Syria

The fighting in Syria has already spilled over the border into Lebanon, threatening the fragile sectarian balance holding that country together. Cross-border attacks have become customary, with the Syrian Army shelling and shooting into Lebanese villages that it says are harboring Syrian rebels.

Across ...

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