Tag Archives: Terrorism

In memory of Salwa Bugaighis, Libyan human rights activist murdered by Islamist scum

Salwa Bugaighis Nureddin, Editor, Redress Information

The Pavlovian reaction to Aljazeera’s Muslim Brotherhood activist Ahmad Mansour’s arrest

Ahmad Mansour Nureddin Sabir, Editor, Redress Information

Imagine living with Jewish squatters as your neighbours

Armed Jewish psychopath-settlers Nureddin Sabir, Editor, Redress Information

Ethiopia’s election insult to the people and democracy

Ethiopian repression Graham Peebles argues that behind the facade of “democracy” and “elections” in Ethiopia lies a brutal regime that talks the democratic talk but is guilty of state terrorism and crimes against humanity.

Muslims, Jews and Christians imposing an imagined past, with disastrous results

Religious apocalypse Lawrence Davidson examines the tendency of Muslims, Jews and Christians to seek to recreate the present in the shape of an imagined, divinely-inspired past, and notes the catastrophic actual and potential consequences.

Israeli medics treat Syria Al-Qaeda terrorists

Israel treats Al-Qaeda Syria rebel Nureddin Sabir, Editor, Redress Information

The US and Israel: Diverging interests

US Israel divergence Lawrence Davidson says the US’s interests in the Middle East have diverged from Israel’s, with Washington prioritising the jihadist threat while Israel and Saudi Arabia see the jihadists as allies against Iran.

Terror in Paris: how we got there and a way out

Terror in Paris Lawrence Davidson views the Paris attacks in the broader contexts that contributed to them, and asks how much blood has to be shed before we honour the only escape route: international law.

War crimes suspects lead Paris anti-terror march

Netanyahu-Livni-Paris Stuart Littlewood voices incredulity at the appearance of war criminals Binyamin Netanyahu and Tzipi Livni, and Jewish squatter leader Naftali Bennett, at the Pars march marking the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack.

The nightmare we called the “Arab Spring”

Guernica Nureddin Sabir says the “Arab Spring” had been misunderstood from the start and, at least in Syria and Libya, what were said to be pro-democracy revolutions were in fact Islamist insurrections.