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UN says Iraq jihadists order female genital mutilation, experts doubtful

Geneva - The United Nations said on Thursday that jihadists in Iraq have ordered all women between the ages of 11 and 46 to undergo female genital mutilation, but experts quickly cast doubt on the claim.
In the Media by AFP

France's Interior Minister announces new anti-radicalization laws

Marseille - France is likely to introduce new measures to combat religious radicalization, with the emphasis on fighting radicalization via the Internet, French Interior Minister, Bernard Cazeneuve, said Thursday.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 2 comments

Is Kerry trip last chance to save Iraq from advancing Islamists?

Baghdad - With Sunni militants approaching Baghdad in their drive to wrest Iraq, or large portions of it, from the US-backed government, Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in the capital Monday for what could be last-chance talks to save the pro-Western regime.
In the Media by Nathan Salant

Egypt court confirms mass Islamist death sentences

Minya - An Egyptian court on Saturday confirmed death sentences for more than 180 Islamists, including Muslim Brotherhood chief Mohamed Badie, after a mass trial that sparked an international outcry.
In the Media by Haitham EL-TABEI (AFP)

Op-Ed: Watch 'Honor Diaries' film and support girls and women

So-called Honor Killings, often supported by Islamist Sharia Law, allow men to get away with murder. No minimum age for girls to marry allow men to abuse children. Culture and religion are no excuse for abuse. Watch the film "Honor Diaries."
In the Media by Lonna Lisa Williams - 2 comments

European nations work to stop Islamist fighters going to Syria

Several European representatives have gathered in Brussels to discuss how they can work to effectively stem the flow of young Islamists in Europe going and joining the ranks of Islamist fighters in Syria.
In the Media by Paul Iddon

Op-Ed: China Christians fear persecution after church demolished Special

Wenzhou - After initial optimism at new Chinese President Xi Jinping's seeming tolerance of religion and a growing number of Christians in China, Chinese Christians are concerned over the removal of crosses and destruction of a church in the south.
Digital Journal Report by Lonna Lisa Williams - 2 comments

Egypt court sentences 683 to death including Brotherhood chief

Minya - An Egyptian court sentenced 682 alleged Islamists and Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie to death Monday, a lawyer and prosecutor said, after two brief sessions the defence partly boycotted.
In the Media by Sarah Benhaida (AFP) - 1 comment

Egypt verdict expected for 700, including Islamist leader

Cairo - The Egyptian judge who sentenced to death hundreds of supporters of ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi last month will issue a verdict Monday on another 700 people, including the leader of his Muslim Brotherhood.
In the Media by Samer Al-Atrush (AFP)

Algeria army hunts Islamists behind deadly attack

Algiers - Algeria's army was hunting on Monday for an armed Islamist group linked to an attack in the rugged Kabylie region in which 11 soldiers were killed, a security official said.
In the Media by AFP

Report: Turkey helped Islamist fighters attack Armenian town

Turkey has directly aided Islamist fighters in Syria carry out an attack on the Armenian town of Kasab according to evidence compiled by the Telegraph.
In the Media by Paul Iddon - 1 comment

Op-Ed: Echoes of Armenian Genocide as Turkey supports attacks on Kessab Special

Mention the Armenian Genocide in Turkey and go to prison. Turkey adds injury to Armenian Christians by supporting Islamists with weapons and passage into Syria to attack the ancient city of Kessab. Kim Kardashian tweets Armenian support amidst criticism.
Digital Journal Report by Lonna Lisa Williams - 1 comment

Op-Ed: Dangerous to be a Christian Special

2013 was a dangerous year for Christians. Many were tortured and killed, mostly by Islamists throughout the Middle East. Jesus said "love your enemy," so Christians don't usually seek revenge, making them easy targets.
Digital Journal Report by Lonna Lisa Williams - 7 comments

Egypt court sentences 529 Morsi supporters to death

Cairo - A court in Egypt on Monday sentenced 529 supporters of ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi to death after a mass trial, judicial sources said.Islamist backers of Morsi are facing a deadly crackdown launched by the military-installed authorities sin...
In the Media by AFP

Egypt to hold mass trial of Morsi supporters for violence

Cairo - A court in Egypt adjourned the mass trial of more than 1,200 supporters of deposed Islamist president Mohamed Morsi after a brief hearing on Saturday, state media reported.The country's biggest trial since the army removed Morsi last July after a turbu...
In the Media by AFP

Egypt to hold mass trial of Morsi supporters for violence

Cairo - More than 1,200 supporters of Egypt's Mohamed Morsi will face charges starting from Saturday, the country's biggest trial since the Islamist president's ouster by the army in July, judicial sources said.The mass trial is part of a crackdown by Egypt's ...
In the Media by AFP

Egypt to hold mass trial of Morsi supporters for violence

Cairo - More than 1,200 supporters of Egypt's ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi face charges Saturday in the country's biggest trial since an August police crackdown, judicial sources said.The mass trial is part of a crackdown by Egypt's military-install...
In the Media by AFP

Boko Haram attack in northeast Nigeria kills 60: police

Kano - An attack by scores of Boko Haram Islamists in the northeast Nigeria town of Bama has killed 60 people and caused massive destruction to public building, police told AFP Thursday."We are collating the figures and the death toll has risen to 60 from the...
In the Media by AFP

Op-Ed: Islamists hate free speech Special

Istanbul - Turkey's Islamist government are enforcing new Internet restrictions and persecutes journalists, prosecutors, freedom protesters, and even police.
Digital Journal Report by Lonna Lisa Williams - 18 comments

Policeman, militants killed in Tunis firefight

Tunis - A firefight between security forces and suspected Islamists holed up in a building in a Tunis suburb has left one policeman and up to four militants dead, the interior ministry said Tuesday.
In the Media by AFP

Egypt warns social media users against inciting unrest

Cairo - Egypt on Thursday warned users of social media such as Facebook and Twitter of arrests if they incited violence through their posts, saying they were being tracked.
In the Media by AFP

Op-Ed: Turkey — From bad to worse Special

Istanbul - Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan blames foreign forces for an attack against his government, but Erdogan is really responsible for ruining the Turkish economy.
Digital Journal Report by Lonna Lisa Williams - 3 comments

Op-Ed: Egypt expels Turkish ambassador over Muslim Brotherhood support Special

Cairo - Turkey's Prime Minister demands Egypt to reinstall ousted Islamist President Morsi, and Egypt retaliates by expelling the Turkish ambassador.
Digital Journal Report by Lonna Lisa Williams - 15 comments

Op-Ed: The Problem with Islamists

"We want an Islamic state!" Is the theme of Islamists, for Islamists the solution for mankind's problems is the ushering in of an Islamic state.
In the Media by Sami Zaatari

Polish student Ania Lisewska's quest to have sex with 100,000 men

Warsaw - A Polish student on a mission to have sex with 100,000 men from around the world is facing backlash from Egyptian Islamists.
In the Media by Brett Wilkins - 9 comments

38 feared dead in latest Boko Haram Islamist attack in Nigeria

At least 38 people have been killed this weekend in two further attacks attributed to Boko Haram Islamist insurgents in Nigeria’s troubled Borno province in the north-east of the country.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 6 comments

Boko Haram, gruesome violence in Northern Nigeria

New York - New, more gory details have emerged in what was reported first as the killing of 35 Muslim worshipers and the wounding of 14 last week in the town of Dumba village in Borno State, Nigeria.
In the Media by Frank Kaufmann - 1 comment

Malian Government signs peace treaty with Tuareg rebels

The Malian government has signed a peace treaty with the Tuareg rebels in Ouagadougou, following weeks of vigorous disputes. The ceasefire deal has helped pave the way for the West African country's reconstruction as well as its reunification.
In the Media by Saunon Malek

Syrian rebels condemn murder of child

The Syrian opposition has condemned the recent murder of a young boy in the country who was executed by Islamist militants for alleged blasphemy.
In the Media by Paul Iddon - 4 comments

In wake of beheading, 2,000 march in anti-Muslim demonstration

Newcastle - In the wake of the brutal Islamist-inspired beheading of a British soldier in London this week, right-wing protesters marched in the streets of Newcastle to demand an end to the 'Islamification' of Britain.
In the Media by Michael Krebs - 9 comments
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Islamists supported by Turkey execute Armenian Christians near Kessab  Syria in April  2014  echoing...
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Islamists supported by Turkey execute Armenian Christians near Kessab, Syria in April, 2014, echoing the Armenian Genocide
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Mothers of the missing Chibok school girls abducted by Boko Haram Islamists gather to receive inform...
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Mothers of the missing Chibok school girls abducted by Boko Haram Islamists gather to receive informations from officials on May 5, 2014
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Students of Cairo University  who are supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted Egyptian Presi...
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Students of Cairo University, who are supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, shout slogans against the military and interior ministry
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Students of Cairo University  who are supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted Egyptian Presi...
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Students of Cairo University, who are supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, shout slogans against the military and interior ministry during a demonstration in front of riot police at the main gate of the university around Al Nahda square in Cairo November 24, 2013, to commemorate the passing of 100 days since security forces cleared the vigils in support of ousted President Mohamed Morsi at Rabaa al-Adawiya and Nahda squares
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Main City University building in Northampton Square  London
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Main City University building in Northampton Square, London
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Students of Cairo University  who are supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted Egyptian Presi...
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Students of Cairo University, who are supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, shout slogans against the military during a demonstration in front of the university in Cairo
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Mothers of the missing Chibok school girls abducted by Boko Haram Islamists gather to receive inform...
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Mothers of the missing Chibok school girls abducted by Boko Haram Islamists gather to receive information from officials on May 5, 2014
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Armed Iraqi tribesmen trying to retake Anbar province from a mixture of Islamist and tribal foes bat...
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Armed Iraqi tribesmen trying to retake Anbar province from a mixture of Islamist and tribal foes battled al Qaeda fighters in Ramadi
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