Category Archives: ISIS

The Biggest Global Audiences for Jihadist Web Content

Source: Forbes

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‘Undercover Mosque’ reveals how a message of hatred and segregation is being spread throughout the UK

Undercover Mosque is a documentary programme produced by the independent television company Hardcash Productions for the Channel 4 series Dispatches that was first broadcast on 15 January 2007 in the UK. The documentary presents video footage gathered from 12 months of secret investigation into mosques throughout Britain. … Continue reading

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Anne-Marie Waters: Islam Is Not A Peaceful Religion

Anne-Marie Waters, council member of the National Secular Society, begins the case for the opposition by denying that she and her fellow opposition speakers cause fear of Islam and blames instead “the actions of Islam itself”.

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Islam and Islamism. Can history suggest how the strategic future may unravel?

What is Islam and what are its principle tenets? Is it a religion or ideology? Is it mainly about culture, or politics? In this lecture Air Commodore Andrew Lambert provides a historical overview of Islam, showing that there is a … Continue reading

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Ceasefire in Syria – Commentary

A cease-fire agreement for southwestern Syria was brokered by the US and Russia during the G20 talks and went into effect on Sunday. Professor Habib Malik from the Lebanese American University in Beirut shares his views on the significance of … Continue reading

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Enemy within: 23,000 potential jihadis, but authorities admit they can’t monitor all

The number of potential UK-based terrorists on the radar of the British security services is as high as 23,000, it has emerged. The figure is more than six times the figure previously released by the Home Office at the time … Continue reading

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Απειλή για την Ελλάδα το «ισλαμικό τρίγωνο»

Γράφει η Νεφέλη Λυγερού Το τρομοκρατικό χτύπημα στη Βρετανία  έχει εντείνει την επιφυλακή των ελληνικών αρχών ασφαλείας που αναγνωρίζουν ότι η ισλαμική τρομοκρατία δεν υπακούει σε κανόνες. Μπορεί η Ελλάδα να μην έχει παράδοση αποικιοκρατίας και ως εκ τούτου να μην είναι πρώτος στόχος, αλλά δεν υπάρχει καμία εγγύηση πως δεν εκδηλωθεί … Continue reading

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The British broadcaster brave enough to discuss Islamic violence

Last night Channel 4 broadcast a deep and seriously important programme. ‘Isis: The Origins of Violence’ was written and presented by the historian Tom Holland and can be viewed (by British viewers) here.

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Missing British Cypriot turns up among alleged Isis sympathisers detained in Turkey

A young Brit of Greek Cypriot descent is among three alleged Isis sympathisers caught and detained while trying to enter Turkey last week, according to a report by the Guardian on Wednesday. He had disappeared from Cyprus in April 2015 … Continue reading

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Islamic State Networks in Turkey

Since the beginning of the Syrian civil war, Turkey’s indifference towards and even tacit support for IS and other jihadists battling the Kurds across its borders has alarmed its Western allies, particularly the United States. Knowingly or not, Turkey allowed … Continue reading

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