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THE ARAB SPRING…………………..Singed by

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THE OTHER SIDE OF TERRORISM: A Map of the World’s Slave Workforce

THE ATLANTIC According to a new estimate, there are 30 million forced laborers in the world. Some reports show they’re involved in making everything from iPhones to chocolate. Forced labor is a reality, and you might be using products made … Continue reading

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Fears of Genocide of Christians in Central African Republic

Conditions are deteriorating in the Central African Republic, where Islamist militants overthrew the government last spring. There’s been sectarian violence and a growing humanitarian crisis. France’s U.N. ambassador called the situation in Central African Republic “horrendous.” Other human rights observers, … Continue reading

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Cyber-hate: a European response (opinion)

Security and organisation Putting a halt to the anguish suffered by victims of online hate tirades may not be as complicated as we think By By Morten Kjaerum  This comment is an excerpt from a survey of Jewish communities in … Continue reading

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CHILD PORN…CYBER TERRORISM IN MANY FACES

THE DAILY DOT  By Patrick Howell O’Neill  Eric Eoin Marques, 28—the “largest facilitator of child porn on the planet,” according to the FBI—was recently arrested and is currently in an Irish jail awaiting the conclusion of his extradition trial. The FBI aims to … Continue reading

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Human Rights Watch Protects the Arab Tyrants

by Gerald M. Steinberg Middle East Quarterly In October 2011, as the Libyan uprising neared its end with the death of Mu’ammar al-Qaddafi, Human Rights Watch (HRW)—a highly influential global organization claiming to promote universal moral principles—published a statement condemning … Continue reading

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Video: Human Rights Watch on media freedom in Qatar

HRW Middle East researcher discusses media freedom in Qatar, highlighting problems with the draft media law and other issues Human Rights Watch recently launched their 2013 World Report in Doha, where experts discussed issues related to media freedom in Qatar. … Continue reading

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Christians could disappear from Iraq and Afghanistan

Summary Of Combined Reports Millions of Christians are being displaced from one end of the Islamic world to the other The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom recently said: “The flight of Christians out of the region is unprecedented and … Continue reading

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Four Saudis Arrested in Attack on Catholic Church Holding Mass in Tanzania

              Terror Trend Bulletin As if more evidence was needed implicating the people of Saudi Arabia as one of the major fountainheads of Jihad, four Saudi nationals have been arrested in an attack on … Continue reading

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Life of a Saudi Excetioner

The still photos are the executioner in the printed interview. The video is a different executioner. Saudi Arabia’s leading executioner Muhammad Saad Al-Beshi will behead up to seven people in a day.“It doesn’t matter to me: Two, four, 10 — … Continue reading

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