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The Role of Mass Media in the Fight Against Terrorism

Last week’s conference in Moscow which was held under the slogan of “Journalists from Muslim countries against extremism” has provided an opportunity amongst media anchors how to combat and encounter terrorism and extremism which exploit media for the benefit of their operational efficiency, information gathering, recruitment, fund raising, …

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How Would Turkey End? – Some Scenarios

By Stana Dubajic • After downing of the Russian SU-24 fighter-jet over Syrian airspace for an alleged ‘Turkish airspace violation’, the US probably expected Russia to retaliate militarily, which would then ‘justify’ deeper military involvement of US-UK-NATO alliance in the Syrian-Iraqi battlefield. Since Russia and Iran would not let …

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Are Turkey and Iran reviving a 16th century conflict?

Turkey’s latest and controversial move near Mosul have aroused the fury of Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi’s government in Baghdad and brought Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) President Massoud Barzani to Ankara. He also supplied invaluable technical details of the military dimension of the move. Turkey is already entangled in …

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Illegal Slaughter: Cameron’s Bombings of Syria, Equals Blair’s Iraq War Crimes

“Russia bombing Syria will lead to further radicalization and increased terrorism”. Prime Minister David Cameron, 4th October 2015. How desperately Prime Minister Cameron has been yearning to bomb the Syrian Arab Republic. In August 2013 when his aim was defeated in Parliament by a 285-272 vote, his vision …

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Where Will this War Frenzy Lead? What Stinks in Saudi Ain’t the Camel Dung. ISIS is A “Saudi Army in Disguise.”

In recent weeks one nation after another is falling over themselves, literally, to join the turkey shoot known, erroneously, as the war in Syria, ostensibly against the Islamic State or Daesh. The most wanted but most feared question is where will this war frenzy lead, and how can …

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