Tag Archives: Terrorism

Turkey’s anti-Gulen campaign: Strengthening militants and jihadists

PakTurk school James Dorsey highlights the dilemma confronting Pakistan, which is facing a Turkish demand to shut secondary schools associated with preacher Fethullah Gulen, while the real threat to its security is posed by the Saudi-funded Wahhabi schools. Read more [...]

هل ما يحصل في سورية عقلاني أم جنون؟

Syria: rationality and realism منذر الهنداوي كل شخص Read more [...]

A Palestinian refugee’s journey from the Nakba to present day

Palestinian man holds the key to his usurped home, as a symbol of the right of return Jamal Kanj looks at what the Nakba – the ethnic cleansing and dispossession of Palestinians – meant for one Palestinian refugee as he journeyed through Zionist terror, dispossession, grief and steadfastness. Read more [...]

من اين دخل إلينا التطرّف؟

Extremism منذر الهنداوي إلى Read more [...]

Creating Frankenstein: The Saudi export of Wahhabism

Saudi Arabia and Islamist terrorism James M. Dorsey argues that Wahhabism may be the undoing of the Saudi state as it promotes domestic and regional strife and is increasingly acknowledged worldwide as the foundation of Islamic State and other Islamist terror groups. Read more [...]

Libyan army liberates Benghazi city from jihadist cutthroats

Benghazi: Libyan soldiers celebrating the liberation of Leithi district from jihadist cutthroats Nureddin Sabir reports that the Libyan National Army, affiliated to the internationally-recognised Libyan government, has liberated all the positions held by Islamic State, Al-Qaeda and other Islamist terrorists in Benghazi Read more [...]

Muslim Brotherhood working hand in glove with Islamic State and Al-Qaeda in Libya

Sharia-Libya Nureddin Sabir, Editor, Redress Information Read more [...]

Terrorism and some hard truths 

US gun culture Lawrence Davidson says much of the hysteria in the US about Islamic terrorism is politically motivated and that if politicians were serious about addressing the violence and terror in American society, they would tackle the country’s gun epidemic. Read more [...]

Message to Jeremy Corbyn: dump the baggage, build from new

Conservative and Labour Party After his very public humiliation by pro-war rebels in the House of Commons, and with more to come from the dysfunctional Blairite rump of the Labour Party, Stuart Littlewood argues that Jeremy Corbyn might do well to cut his losses and go his own way. Read more [...]

Who is right in Syria?

Syria foreign intervention Lawrence Davidson examines the actions and behaviours of Russia, the US and France, and Turkey in the Syrian civil war and assesses which of these parties appears to be acting in the interest of long-term stability in Syria. Read more [...]