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Vatican Advocates Military Action in Iraq

Vatican Advocates Military Action in Iraq

Military intervention in Iraq may be the only way to stop the genocide against the country’s Christian minority by the Islamic State (formerly the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS), a senior Vatican diplomat says. “At this moment,
Elibiary: America Is an Islamic Country

Elibiary: America Is an Islamic Country

Last fall, a top Obama Homeland Security adviser generated controversy when he wrote that the U.S. Constitution was “Islamically compliant.” Mohamed Elibiary returned to the topic in a Saturday morning Twitter post: “… I said America was an Islamic country
British PM Warns ISIS Plans Attack on UK

British PM Warns ISIS Plans Attack on UK

Ignoring threats posed by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) would be shortsighted and foolish, British Prime Minister David Cameron told members of Parliament Wednesday. “I disagree with those people who think this is nothing to do with us and
DHS Adviser Says Caliphate's Return Inevitable

DHS Adviser Says Caliphate's Return Inevitable

A member of President Obama’s Homeland Security Advisory Council known for controversial Twitter posts that seem to support the Muslim Brotherhood wrote Friday that it is “inevitable that ‘Caliphate’ returns.” Mohamed Elibiary has been controversial since he was first appointed to the taskforce in 2010.
British Report Finds Islamist Intimidation in Birmingham Schools

British Report Finds Islamist Intimidation in Birmingham Schools

British Prime Minister David Cameron promises a “robust response” to the “culture of fear and intimidation” that British investigators found at five state schools in Birmingham, England, where Islamic extremists allegedly plotted to subvert and run them according to rigid Islamic norms. A report released
The Hill: Obama Looks to Outsource Counterterrorism Efforts

The Hill: Obama Looks to Outsource Counterterrorism Efforts

An increase in funding for the Pentagon’s “Section 1206″ counterterrorism programs, aimed at training and equipping foreign militaries to fight terrorism, suggests a shift in the Obama administration’s strategy, The Hill reports. This shift could mean a decreased reliance on drone strikes against
Daily Beast: Americans Already Returning From Syrian Jihad

Daily Beast: Americans Already Returning From Syrian Jihad

Westerners flocking to join jihadist groups in Syria are a growing concern for Western intelligence agencies – and U.S. intelligence officials in particular. Recent U.S. intelligence estimates suggest that more than 100 Americans have joined the jihadist cause, The Daily Beast‘s Eli
British MPs Condemn Alleged Islamist School Takeover Plot

British MPs Condemn Alleged Islamist School Takeover Plot

An alleged plot by Muslim extremists to subvert state schools in Birmingham, England and run them according to a rigid interpretation of Islam has angered members of the British Parliament. A purported letter which surfaced in March detailed a plot to take over the
Hizballah Threatens Retaliation for Israeli Strike

Hizballah Threatens Retaliation for Israeli Strike

Days after an Israeli airstrike hit a purported convoy of advanced missiles, Hizballah is promising to “choose the time and place and the proper way to respond to it.” If the past is any indication, the Iranian-backed “resistance” movement will respond to
Radical Syrian Deletes Suicide Bombing Fatwa

Radical Syrian Deletes Suicide Bombing Fatwa

A radical Syrian cleric who spent January on a U.S. fundraising tour has erased a 2001 fatwa endorsing suicide bombings from his website. The Investigative Project on Terrorism (IPT) uncovered Sheikh Mohammad Rateb Nabulsi’s fatwa last month, during his visit
Senators: John Kerry Suggested Arming Syrian Rebels

Senators: John Kerry Suggested Arming Syrian Rebels

Two leading advocates of direct American involvement in Syria’s civil war say the Obama administration may be considering taking a greater role. Sens. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., say Secretary of State John Kerry made blunt remarks during
Hard Times for Hamas

Hard Times for Hamas

Newspapers in Israel and Turkey published three separate articles Sunday and Monday on severe economic and political problems facing the Hamas government in Gaza. The three reports all point to the same root causes–a steep reduction in Iranian support after
Turkey Plays Host to Embattled Muslim Brotherhood Officials

Turkey Plays Host to Embattled Muslim Brotherhood Officials

As if further evidence of Turkey’s Islamist agenda is needed, the Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Watch points to a recent article saying Turkey has become the focal point for Brotherhood deliberations and meetings following Egypt’s crackdown on the movement. Prime Minister Recep
Palestinian Bomber's Chicago Arrest Triggers Misguided Anger

Palestinian Bomber's Chicago Arrest Triggers Misguided Anger

There is outrage among many pro-Palestinian activists in Chicago after Tuesday’s indictment of a woman accused of hiding her conviction for two 1969 Jerusalem bombings when she applied to become an American citizen. The anger is not about Rasmieh Yousef Odeh’s alleged
Coptic Leaders Condemn Obama Adviser's Anti-Coptic Tweets

Coptic Leaders Condemn Obama Adviser's Anti-Coptic Tweets

Major Coptic leaders are condemning Mohamed Elibiary, an Obama administration Homeland Security adviser, for suggesting that Copts who raise awareness of anti-Christian violence in Egypt promote “Islamophobic” bigotry. Elibiary sent out a series of tweets that Coptic leaders found offensive last
Obama-Linked Islamists Downplay Coptic Suffering on Social Media

Obama-Linked Islamists Downplay Coptic Suffering on Social Media

Dalia Moghaed, credited with helping President Obama draft his June 2009 Cairo speech about American relations with the Islamic world, recently downplayed attacks against Egypt’s Coptic Christians on a Facebook page. More than 80 Coptic churches were burned by Brotherhood supporters after
Tunisians Renew Protests Against Islamist Government

Tunisians Renew Protests Against Islamist Government

Tunisians launched a week of protests Saturday demanding the resignation of the Islamist-led government. The birthplace of the Arab Spring has been embroiled in turmoil ever since opposition politician Mohamed Brahmi was assassinated last month, allegedly by Salafist gunmen. “We tried you, you failed,

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