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Peace Podcast On Radicalism

A short discussion on what it takes not to be radicalized by Ivan Seifert and Jo Coenen through the help of professional statements by Mina Al-Orabi and Bernard Haytel. 32 more words

Anti-radicalism

There’s always an Option

We’ve heard of the high number of people escaping to Syria. An article released by the Economist earlier this year stated that around 120 Dutch citizens flew to fight in Syria – by now, the Economist predicted, the number should be much, much larger. 457 more words

Anti-radicalism

Two Drops- The Prologue

Bismillahir Rahamanir Raheem

SULAIMAN

I watched Mahmoud walk away from Molvi Umar and my heart lurched. Both were my heroes. One who confided in me about his beloved wife who made the greater sacrifice in letting him come here. 1,783 more words

More Propaganda Defending Islam From Islam

The ABC is at it again, publishing “news” and other forms of propaganda that put Islam in a sympathetic light in spite of the fact that Islam has been responsible for an estimated 240,000,000 people over the past fourteen centuries. 632 more words

Culture

Turmoil in Syria

In wake of recent events regarding the British SAS killing hundreds of ISIS insurgents in Syria, and the fact that the situation in Syria has deteriorated detrimentally in past months I saw it as appropriate to write about it. 863 more words

#Foreign Bulgarian mosque raided in jihad incitement probe

Bulgarian authorities raided a mosque in the south of the country Tuesday as part of a probe into a local Muslim leader for terrorism and incitement to war. 272 more words

Terrorists

Iranian Negotiators Brag How They Are Artfully Tricking Western Diplomats With A Good Cop/Bad Cop Tactic

Many cops, attorneys and others have used the classic good cop/bad cop tactic to try to force concessions or confessions. The key of course is not to admit that you are just doing good cop/bad cop. 393 more words

Society

Centinel2012 reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

Kerry and the Obama administration want a deal at any price and the Iranians know that so the longer they drag it on the better the deal they will get. Its negotiating 101 and since I negotiated union contracts from the management end this is something I have knowledge of.