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Rich Forer says as long as Western societies refuse to look into the root causes of despair and anger, fear and discrimination, they will continue to sow the seeds for more violence and self-destruction, as exemplified by Islamic State.
Stuart Littlewood comments on the contradiction of Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby claiming despair at God’s failure to help the distressed, while he himself has shown a marked lack of concern for the persecution of the Christians of Gaza and Bethlehem by Israel.
Magdi Abdelhadi debunks some of the common misconceptions about Islam and Islamism, and spells out the essential steps that must be taken if the pernicious ideology that drives the likes of Al-Qaeda and Islamic State is to be defeated.
Jamal Kanj argues that the Iraq war was not based on “wrong” intelligence, as war crimes suspect Tony Blair claims, but was cooked in Israel and sold by Israel’s pimps in the US and Britain.
Stuart Littlewood examines implications for UK security of the appointment of Matthew Gould, a self-declared “passionate Zionist” who is suspected of plotting with Israel stooges Liam Fox and Adam Werritty to start a war against Iran.
Graham Peebles examines the devastating effects – and abject failure – of Britain’s neo-liberal programme to eliminate the budget deficit, and argues that what is needed is an approach that transcends ideologies and places the principle of sharing at its heart.