Idlib: Surviving under the olive groves of Atmeh

Idlib, Syria- The blue tents of Syria‘s refugees near the tiny border town of Atmeh stretch as far as the eye can see. Considered the largest congregation of internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Syria, Atmeh hosts several clusters of tent cities at only a 20-minute drive from the Bab al-Hawa crossing[…]

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Austrian chancellor confirms financial link between nationalist group and Christchurch killer

Austria’s leader confirmed Wednesday that authorities have found financial links between the suspected gunman of the recent mosque massacres in New Zealand and a local nationalist group, following a raid on an activist’s home. Chancellor Sebastian Kurz added that the Austrian government was looking into dissolving the group, known as[…]

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Can whites be terrorists?

OPINION Terror activities perpetrated by white extremists is seldom analysed to its roots in the mainstream global media because it would reveal the ugly truth about the hidden hands that manipulate so much of the murder, destruction and mayhem in the world. Coincidentally, Israel has claimed that rockets have been[…]

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Muslims must reflect on the “crisis of extremism”

With hundreds of families picking up the pieces after yesterday’s wretched carnage in Kabul, one Islamic scholar has called on Muslims to confront the “crisis of extremism” facing the ummah. There were bloody scenes on the streets of the Afghan capital on Wednesday after a suicide car bomb explosion, killed[…]

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Riyadh summit discusses ways of rooting out terrorism

US President Donald Trump, leaders and representatives of 55 Arab and Muslim-dominated countries kicked off their Arab-Islamic-American summit in Riyadh on Sunday, focusing on unity in the fight against terrorism. King Salman of Saudi Arabia was the first to address the summit, telling the gathering that Islam provided the best[…]

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