“And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy” (Revelation 13:1 KJV)
Tag Archives | Extremism
An event at Harvard, titled, “Islam and the Future of Tolerance,” did anything but promote critical, informed and productive dialogue.
The tobacco industry has been waging a sort of religious war for decades.
Clarion Project/Fund gets refuted for making false “radicalism threat” by Oak Brook PD but fail to correct their error.
“The role of British security services in the actions of ‘Jihadi John’ needs grown up discussion – we must not forget the lessons of Northern Ireland.”
“Is Extremism Justified in Defense of Liberty?” Ummah Wide — #RememberMalcolm Series.
Are Melbourne’s trains safe for Muslims to ride?
Birmingham City Council officials investigating an alleged plot by Muslim hardliners to take control of schools say they have seen no evidence of links to extremism.
The Buddhist extremist movement in Myanmar, known as 969, receives official backing.
Combinations – featuring Olympic torch bearer and boxing trainer Imran Naeem – delivers blows against online propaganda.
Murray posted a stupid blog piece exploiting the attempted shooting of Danish Islamophobe, Lars Hedegaard, in order to attack the mainstream anti-extremist organization Hope Not Hate.
On Timbuktu’s treasures and the devastation of a nation.