Posts Tagged “Paris attacks”

Daesh: Social Media War on ISIS and BS

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Daesh: Social Media War on ISIS and BS

Daesh is another word for ISIS and an acronym for the Arabic phrase al-Dawla al-Islamiya al-Iraq al-Sham meaning Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. By Eileen Fleming ISIS militants hate the word Daesh because “it is similar to the Arabic words ‘Daes’, ‘one who crushes something underfoot’ and ‘Dahes’, translated as ‘one who sows…

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“Fear-Mongering of the Worst Order” from GOP and Some Democrats

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“Fear-Mongering of the Worst Order” from GOP and Some Democrats

Fear-Mongering of the Worst Order from GOP and Some Democrats Republicans in Congress and on the campaign trail are using the terrorist attack on Paris to attempt to enact new immigration and refugee restrictions in the United States, using fear-mongering.  Donald Trump and Rep. Steve King (R-IA), two of the men most responsible for the…

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Battle of Paris: the French capitol after the ISIS terror attacks

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Battle of Paris: the French capitol after the ISIS terror attacks

By Abdennour Toumi Paris, France — Across the mythical French capital, from Paris’ northeastern banlieue to Republic Square, symbol of liberty and conviviality, a pleasant evening to enjoy. On Friday the 13th, do you remember eleven months ago, a policeman was shot dead in the street in the eleventh arrondissement before twelve satiric journalists were…

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Edjteehad in the West: fighting Islamic extremism

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Edjteehad in the West: fighting Islamic extremism

By Abdennour Toumi Ankara – Turkey — The recent attacks in Paris are but one act in a series of serious threats posed by “homegrown” radicalism from young immigrant Muslim dissenters. This menace has forced Western domestic intelligence to deal with a case that demands vigilant law enforcement on one hand and a general review of Muslim…

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