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Syrian Gas Attack: A Convoluted Situation

As always what follows is opinion. For what it’s worth the recent gas attack in Syria does not seem to have a clear source. The event in Khan Sheikhoun killed dozens, including children and wounded hundreds. The victims were civilians.  Syria’s

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Updated: London Terror Attack

There are now four persons declared dead including the Police Officer, an attacker and two others. At least 20 are injured, some severely. At the time of this writing, at least  two are dead and perhaps a dozen others are

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Daesh Kills Muslims, Similar Groups Do The Same

More than 50 killed in a Daesh organized explosion in Pakistan. The dead were Muslims, including women and children, visiting a Muslim shrine when the explosion occurred. Daesh acknowledged it was their doing. This was on November 12th. In November

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Pakistan’s Hospital Bombing

Quetta, Pakistan has once again become the site of a horrendous terrorist attack that killed at least 74. The death toll may well climb as many more were seriously injured. Among the dead were lawyers who had gathered at a

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Despicable Acts

Three bombings on Monday July 4th in Jeddah, Qatif and Medina highlight the fact that Daesh cares nothing for the Muslim faith. The bombing in Medina especially shows this in coming so close to the tomb of the Prophet Muhammad,

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Baghdad Slaughter

More than 200 innocent Muslims slaughtered in Baghdad a few days ago at the hands of Daesh (This term is considered derogatory by the Islamic State organization), who acknowledged responsibility for the attack. The method was a a truck bomb

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Terrorists in Tel Aviv

The terrorist attack in a Tel Aviv market left four people dead and at least 13 seriously injured. Israeli authorities reacted quickly to cancel some 83,000 permits for Palestinian residents of the West Bank. Those permits normally allowed visitation to

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