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Saudi Arabia arrests professors over Muslim Brotherhood links

Saudi Arabia has arrested nine university professors who are alleged to have connections with the Muslim Brotherhood, which is banned in that kingdom.
In the Media by Paul Iddon - 2 comments

Auschwitz commandant grandson combats Europe's neo-Nazis

Stockholm - Rainer Hoess was 12 years old when he learned he was the grandson of a man who oversaw the murder of a million people as commandant of the Nazi death camp at Auschwitz.
In the Media by Erik Fau (AFP) - 2 comments

Kuwait is the main financier of Syrian terrorist extremists

According to officials in the Obama administration, the tiny oil sheikhdom of Kuwait is the leading financier of al-Qaeda affiliated militants fighting in Syria.
In the Media by Paul Iddon - 2 comments

Thousands of Stockholmers rally against neo-Nazis, Sunday

Stockholm - Sweden is the latest European country hitting the headlines for a rise in extremism and xenophobia. Sunday thousands of pro-Democracy Stockholmers plan to take to the streets after last weekend's violent neo-Nazi rally.
In the Media by Eileen Kersey - 11 comments

Canada says Syrian opposition must reject extremism

Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird has said Syria's National Opposition Coalition must reject extremism before Canada will recognize its legitimacy.
In the Media by Katerina Nikolas

Op-Ed: Religious Radicalism — A growing worldwide issue

Violence in the name of religion is on the rise in many parts of the world. Many groups now use religion as a tool to influence, mobilize and unite people in a radicalized manner.
In the Media by Aymen Zaben - 11 comments

Obama urges UN to confront roots of Muslim extremism

New York - US President Barack Obama gave an address to the UN General Assembly in New York Tuesday. He told world leaders it was their "obligation" to forcefully condemn violence and extremism, citing the murder of US Ambassador Christopher Stevens as an example.
In the Media by Layne Weiss

White supremacist couple indicted on murder charges

Portland - A federal grand jury in Portland indicted a militant white supremacist couple on murder charges this past Thursday after the pair allegedly unleashed a wave of terror across the Pacific Northwest region that left four dead last fall.
In the Media by Shawn Kay - 3 comments

Russia bans Scientology

Last week a Moscow regional court ruled that the Church of Scientology is nothing more than an extremist cult and should be banned.
In the Media by Andre C James - 5 comments

U.S. to adopt new counter-terrorism approach next spring

Starting in spring, the U.S. government will adopt a new counter-terrorism approach focused on strengthening the capacities of local law enforcement and community groups to check homegrown terrorism.
In the Media by Samuel Okocha - 2 comments

Russian court finds Jehovah's Witness leader guilty of extremism

Gorno-altaysk - Thursday, a Russian court in the Altai region of the country, found a leader of the local congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses guilty of the offense of "extremism," and of "inciting hatred and insulting human dignity."
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 5 comments

Op-Ed: What if they threw a crusade, and nobody came?

London - A slightly whimsical look at an extremist group who are doing their best to stir up social unrest in Britain at the time of the Royal Wedding.
In the Media by Alexander Baron - 1 comment

Hillary Clinton: Nigeria's leaders to blame for radicals

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Tuesday that the Nigerian government's failures over many years have lead to the radicalization of the country's young people.
In the Media by Chris Dade - 23 comments

Op-Ed: Obama Unable to Govern in Atmosphere of Extremes

In a country torn by political strife, the man in the middle has trouble. Bush tried the middle near the end of his last term; Obama tried at the outset. Both failed to gain votes or public support because the US is too torn apart.
In the Media by Carol Forsloff - 12 comments

Nigeria: Extremism, Despair and Chaos Affect World Economy

Nigeria, suffering from economic and political corruption, has been the target of extremism for some time and now, according to strategic intelligence resources, the country is a target for Taliban takeover with the country’s oil reserves at risk.
In the Media by Carol Forsloff - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Finding a "Center" in the Struggle of Environmental Activism

Recent coverage of the G8 Summit, suspected sources of "Green House Gases", ongoing disputes over Canada's arboreal forests, and other environmental issues has forced me to ponder whether balanced discussion can even exist. Where is the center?
In the Media by Sykos Masters - 9 comments

Violent Extremism isn't Exclusive to Any One Faith

A report commissioned by the EastWest Institute stated that "Violent Muslim, Christian and Jewish extremists invoke the same rhetoric of "good" and "evil" and the best way to fight them is to tackle the problems that drive people to extremism."
In the Media by unusualsuspect

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An American neo-nazi militant holding a holding a 30-.06 rifle against the backdrop of a Nazi flag.
David Joseph Pedersen and Holly Ann Grisby  the white supremacist couple has been charged by federal...
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David Joseph Pedersen and Holly Ann Grisby, the white supremacist couple has been charged by federal authorities with unleashing a crime wave across the Pacific Northwest that included robbery, theft and kidnapping and resulted in the deaths of four people.
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The ruins of the Murrah Building are demolished more than a month after the Oklahoma City bombing. The bombing had occurred with a Ryder truck similar to the one in the lower left of the picture. The Oklahoma City Bombing National Memorial would later be built on the site.

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