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British female jihadist authors disturbing recruitment document

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The document offers a chilling mixture of the mundane and the depraved.

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Events in Kobane make a mockery of ‘never again’

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The illusion that we can stand apart from events in Kobane is fuelled by little Englander insularity and hard-left anti-imperialism.

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Why Muslim ‘not in my name’ campaigns are part of the problem

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Merely being unsupportive of jihadism does not prevent the phenomenon from growing.

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ISIS: Beyond bombs and missiles – a call to mobilize civilian society

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What about investing in families over boots on the ground?

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Extremists have no intention of changing their opinion of us

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Those who have chosen to side with IS will smear opponents whatever we do.

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5 questions every supporter of intervention in the Middle East should ask

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A few questions that every interventionist should consider.

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Syria air strikes: Bashar al-Assad is not the ‘lesser evil’, but a major part of the problem

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A Western alliance with Assad would be based on two colossal misunderstandings of the situation in Syria.

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Commons vote on ISIS: let’s clarify things

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Only 43 people voted against the motion, but many throwaway statements have been made criticising intervention.

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Left Foot Forward readers back airstrikes on IS

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A majority of Left Foot Forward readers back some form of military action against the so-called Islamic State, according to our latest poll.

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Killing people rarely kills their ideas

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Our best hope of reducing the numbers radicalised would be to champion a foreign policy based on clear principles.

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