Android Pulls Video Game Simulating Taliban Child Massacre

A video game that depicts the gory events from the day when Taliban terrorists massacred more than 130 children inside a Pakistani school has been pulled weeks after it was released as part of an army-backed peace and tolerance campaign.

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Pakistan Army Kills Man Accused of Masterminding School Terror

The man accused of masterminding the Pakistani blood bath in which 132 children were murdered has been killed, according to Army sources. Senior Taliban commander Saddam Jan was shot on Christmas Day in a notorious tribal region between Pakistan and


World View: Christmas Pageantry Brings a Little Cheer to Bethlehem

Thousands of Christian pilgrims from around the world crowded into the little town of Bethlehem in the West Bank of the Palestinian territories. Manger Square was decked out in white and yellow lights and a carnival atmosphere, at a time when there are a multitude of things to be sad about.


Pakistani Army Kills 77 Taliban Members After Peshawar Massacre

The Pakistani Army claims they killed at least 77 Taliban members, just days after the terrorist group murdered over 130 children at a military school in Peshawar. These attacks occurred late Thursday night into Friday. The army killed 32 jihadists in

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Pakistani Taliban Issues More Threats Following Child Massacre

As Pakistan reels from one of the most harrowing acts of terrorism ever within its borders, a school massacre that left 141 dead, including 132 children, the Taliban culprits have threatened even more violent unless their jihadist “demands are met.” The Sydney Morning


Leftist Jihadi Denialism Grows in Wake of New Terror Attacks

In reacting to Tuesday’s bloodcurdling terrorist murders of at least 132 school children by Taliban terrorists, once again President Obama could not bring himself to mention the Taliban perpetrators by name. Rather than waking up to the mounting existential threat

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