Tag Archives: Syria

Raqqa: to appease Iran, Obama gives Assad’s air force a free pass for slaughter

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The term appeasement is often overused, but that’s what Obama’s free pass to Assad’s air force in exchange for a hoped-for nuclear deal with Iran is.

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The Half Decents: Rock and roll across the political divide for Syria relief

Half Decents

Some causes transcend political barriers. The plight of those trapped between the murderers of the Islamic State and the slaughter at the hands of Assad’s forces is one of those issues.

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British nationals that join jihadist groups abroad are still British nationals

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British nationals that join jihadist groups abroad are still British nationals and should be processed by our criminal justice system like other criminals.

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Breaking Jihad – why a Bolton-based chemistry teacher turned to Jihadism

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Jihadism has gone from fringe cult to a mass movement because non-violent extremists have too often gone unchallenged.

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Assad kills journalists too – the West must not work with his regime

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Assad is not an ally, he is a man whose stubborn determination to preserve his dictatorship has killed hundreds of thousands.

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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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