Attack on Brussels Marks Europe’s Day of Horror

Written by Andrew Bown (*) In the early hours of Tuesday morning, ISIS militants carried out two of the most horrific terrorist attacks in Belgian history. These incidents – executed by individuals likely linked with those who were involved in …

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UK government report finds link between MB Movement and extremism

London – Following an intensive 18-month governmental study, the United Kingdom issued on 17 December 2015 a startling indictment of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB). It described the organization as fiercely anti-democratic, openly supportive of terrorism, dedicated to establishing an Islamist …

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We Must Destroy ISIS But Not Play Into Their Hands

Written by Sunny Hundal, The independent (*). The worst response to a tragic and horrific attack like that on Paris last night would be one that strengthens Isis. When President Francois Hollande said we are at war with Isis today, he …

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School, Segregation and Second-Generation Belgian Muslims

In order to tackle social divisions, Belgium must address shocking inequalities and fundamentally reform its discriminatory education system.   Belgium has more jihadist fighters per head than any other European country. They are mostly “second-generation” Moroccans. They are Belgian officially, …

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Power, Politics and Ottoman Nostalgia in Turkey

Since the Justice and Development Party (AKP) came to power in Turkey’s 2002 election, Ottoman nostalgia has played an increasing role in state policy. Often termed “neo-Ottomanism”, this was initially used to define the AKP’s foreign policy. Preaching the principle …

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