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Shia Genocide

In the name of God, the most Beneficent, the most Merciful

The United States of America houses around 300 million people. The U.S’s beliefs and principles, formed many centuries ago, is considered sacred by many Americans, something their lives and choices revolve around. 1,111 more words


Should Tunisia be Thanking Washington for the Recent Terrorist Attacks?

Until 2011 Tunisia was widely perceived as one of the most stable countries in the whole region, but those days are long gone now, as terrorism is raising its head in this North African country.

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The International Reporter

ISIS (Islamic State): Just another insurgency movement? As so many in recent history?

 ISIS: Just another insurgency movement? As so many in recent history?

The attention heaped on the Islamic State in Western media and public debate has centered primarily on two issues: 2,010 more words


Why the situation in the Middle-East is worse than you've probably imagined

After chasing the Islamic State out of Tikrit, Saddam Hussein’s hometown just about a 100 miles from Baghdad, ISIL was supposed to be on its way out. 908 more words

News & Opinion

Jangan Bikin Zionis Gembira - Khutbah Dari Damaskus

Zionis Senang Jika Sunni dan Syiah Berseteru.

Pada Jumat 15 Mei 2015 lalu, tokoh Sunni kenamaan Syria Syekh Ma’mun Rahmat, menyampaikan khutbah yang beda dari biasanya. 419 more words

Diskusi Agama

Attack, Slaughter and Enslave: Gimme That Old Time Religion?

To understand the cultural forces propelling ISIS, analysts turn to the 18th century and the rise of Wahhabism. Unfortunately for Ibn Abd al-Wahhab, who wanted to reform Islam without violence, his movement was taken up for political reasons by Muhammad Ibn Saud, who, like any self-respecting desert chieftain, sought to take over as much of the world as possible. 502 more words

Human Nature