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Tag Archives: radicalism

British woman dead in Australia stabbing

SYDNEY, Aug 24, (AFP): A young British woman died and a man was critically injured when a French national allegedly stabbed three people while saying “Allahu Akbar” at an Australian backpacker’s hostel, police said Wednesday. Police are investigating the murder, which occurred late Tuesday in Home Hill, a rural town …

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Killing of Saudi mom sparks debate about scholar – Saudis concerned by rising Islamic militancy

DUBAI, July 5, (RTRS): Driven by radical beliefs, twin brothers allegedly killed their mother in Saudi Arabia after she tried to stop them from joining Islamic State in Syria in a case that outraged Saudi Arabians worried about rising Islamic militancy. The June 24 killing, in a country where respect …

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No magic bullet against jihadists

ORLANDO, Fla, June 22, (AP): The Orlando massacre at a popular gay nightclub shows no one yet has “found the magic bullet” to prevent Americans from being inspired to violence by jihadist propaganda on the internet, Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Tuesday as she visited a city still shaken by …

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‘Righteousness, decency can be acquired by any person’ – ‘God created man as one’

The Holy Quran explains that humankind are equals: “O men, We created you from a male and female, and formed you into nations and tribes that you may recognize each other. He who has more integrity has indeed greater honor with God. Surely God is all-knowing and well-informed” (49:13). However, …

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Muslim moms fight extremists in global effort – Race against recruiters

VIENNA, April 1, (AFP): There were small signs that her son was changing: He prayed more and swapped jeans for traditional long tunics. “But I wasn’t worried. Not for one second did Syria enter my mind,” Fatima Ezzarhouni told AFP. And yet that’s where the young man was headed in …

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‘Muslims only must address cultural problems, extremism’ – West ‘divided’ on terrorism

It is obvious that some of the secular Western intelligentsia continue to fluctuate in their opinions regarding terrorism. In fact, part of the secular Western mind continually appears to maintain a politically correct intellectual approach toward the violence of terrorism: for example, some Western intellectuals seem to insist on separating …

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Security restriction must be imposed on people having ‘extremist views’ – Step aims to protect society from criminal acts

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 17: The security authorities should use their powers enshrined in the law to impose security restrictions on anyone proven to have extremist views; which are expressed verbally, in writing or by showing support for these ideas — whether through the media or various means of social communication, …

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Americans want to get tougher with IS – EU diplomats warn US over visa threat

WASHINGTON, Dec 15, (Agencies): Diplomats from the 28-member European Union on Monday warned they could respond in kind if the United States makes good on plans to end visa-free entry for some EU nationals. After the Nov 13 terror strikes in Paris and as part of wider anti-terror efforts, the …

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Radical groups ‘plan ‘conflicts that lead to chaos, says Kuwait

NEW YORK, Nov 18, (KUNA): The international community is witnessing wars and conflicts led by radical organizations and militias that aim at driving societies to chaos in order to achieve their interests through malicious tactics, an approach that contradicts with the United Nations’ principles, Kuwait’s permanent envoy to the UN …

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Sermons to ‘highlight’ Amir’s Parliament address on Friday – Kuwaitis defeat radicalism through moderation: Al-Sanea

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 4, (KUNA): Khutba (sermon) of this Friday noon prayer in Kuwait mosques will be devoted to lessons from His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al- Ahmad Al-Jaber Al- Sabah’s recent address at the National Assembly, according to Minister of Justice and Awqaf and Islamic Affairs Yaqoub Al- …

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