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Perspective on the Long War

Minimizing a religious explanation for Islamic terrorism while emphasizing political and socioeconomic causes of Muslim violence is a disingenuous ploy which serves only Muslim apologists and appeasers. 717 more words


Social media a fertile ground for extremist ideology, recruitment

The transitions of three young Canadian men are each severe and mystifying: a confident, ambitious student-council president in Hamilton who snuck away to fight with ISIS in Syria; a poker-playing party guy in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu who steered his car into two soldiers; and, the most recent to force headlines, a troubled drug addict and petty criminal who shot dead a soldier on ceremonial duty in Ottawa before storming Canada’s Parliament. 80 more words

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Free Speech, Election '14, Jihad in North America & More

In this week’s show, we’ll discuss a number of news stories, including threats to free speech, Jihad in North America, Ebola, and more, as well as the upcoming election. 201 more words

Islamic terror close Sinai

President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi has declared three days of mourning in the wake of the suspected jihadist attacks.

Egypt’s Rafah crossing into the Gaza Strip was also closed, state TV said. 455 more words


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The Islamic Jihadists do what they do and the rest of the Muslims just watch the Jihadists do their work for them!

In the West, a Growing List of Attacks Linked to Islamic Extremism


Canadian authorities identified the gunman in the deadly shooting Wednesday of a soldier guarding the National War Memorial in Ottawa as Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, a Canadian born in 1982. 491 more words

Counter Jihad Report

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It sure seems like the Islamic Jihadist attacks are getting more frequent!


Below is a guest article published today on the Project for International Terrorism blog but first please read my latest letter to my Federal Member of Parliament: … 2,928 more words