Tag Archives: SECRETARY OF STATE JOHN KERRY

ALLOWING JIHADIS TO RAPE SYRIAN WOMEN AND GIRLS – BUT ASK EGYPTIAN SINGER TO STOP SINGING

The favorite hate-preacher of Theresa May, Home Secretary of Great Britain, who was free to enter Britain while theologian Robert Spencer and human rights activist Pamela Geller was barred entry, wants women to be enslaved and offered for rape by … Continue reading

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Iran putting the Heat on the Saudis

by FORGOTTENMAN2013    In the spotlight of the Syrian conflict is the shadow war being waged against the Assad regime – but this is only a consequence of a “greater Jihad“. Shiite and Sunni ideologies are coming to a head in … Continue reading

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Two Christians, One a Priest, Beheaded

Combined ReportsThe Vatican’s Congregation for Eastern Churches mourned the martyrdom of Father Francois. In a June 25 statement, Prefect Cardinal Leonardo Sandri, expressed “the deepest condolences to the Syro-Catholic Church, with the Patriarch SB Ignace Youssef III Younan, the Custody … Continue reading

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Strategic Shifts in the Middle East

  Yuval Steinitz  Minister of International Relations, Intelligence, and Strategic Affairs   Israel hopes for the resumption of negotiations with the Palestinian Authrity. It is prepared to see the establishment of an independent Palestinian state and to make painful concessions … Continue reading

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The Arab Spring: Has Iran Passed its Peak of Power in the Middle East?

An analysis of the events in the Arab world should take the Iranian perspective into account, argues Mahmoud Ayad The Islamic Republic’s environment is rumbling. The upheaval in the Arab neighborhood, introducing the “Arab Spring” and shaking countries from North … Continue reading

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Liwa’a Zulfiqar: Birth of A New Shia Militia in Syria?

jihadolgy.net By Phillip Smyth (psmyth@jihadology.net) On June 5, 2013, the same day Lebanese Hizballah declared victory at the Battle of Qusayr, a page for a new Damascus-based Shia militia group, Liwa’a Zulfiqar (LZ or the Zulfiqar Battalion), was created on Facebook. The … Continue reading

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Christians in Philippines Villages Forced Out of their Homes By Alleged Muslim Extremists

Report  According to reports, recently, one hundred and sixty Christians were forced to run from their village when it was attacked by Muslim extremists.  Reportedly the villages of Malipayon, Saban of Barnagay, Maybula and New Bunawan in the Philippines were … Continue reading

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The Kurds and the Future of Syria

Interview By Joseph Puder  The recent announcement by the Obama administration that it intends to provide arms and funds to the Syrian rebels, begs a number of key questions. One such question is why the administration has not been cultivating … Continue reading

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State Dept’s $630,000 Social Media “Buying Fans” Campaign, a Success — But Where’s the Love?

—By Domani Spero  The widely anticipated, much awaited OIG report on the State Department’s  Bureau of International Information Programs (IIP) is finally here.  The 50-page report, which had a snippet of it leaked to WaPo and published previously by Al Kamen in … Continue reading

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Iraqi Special Immigrant Visa Program: Potential Termination on September 30, 2013

  — By Domani Spero  Section 1244 of the Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2008, authorizes the issuance of up to 5,000 Special Immigrant Visas (SIVs)annually through fiscal year (FY) 2012 to Iraqi nationals who have worked for or on … Continue reading

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