Sects of Islam

World War Three WWIII feature

Russia’s Trap: Luring Sunnis into War

• Washington should think more than twice about allowing Turkey and Saudi Arabia, its Sunni allies, militarily to engage their Shiite enemies in Syria. Allowing Sunni supremacists into a deeper sectarian war is not a rational way to block Russian… Continue Reading

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Iran: Obama Bad Deal (01)

Dividing the Arabs: America and Europe’s Double Game

The United States is playing a double game in the Middle East: empowering Shiite Iran, while at the same time enabling Sunni ISIS to overthrow the moderate Arab regimes, as if to stop Iran. The Americans are well aware that the Sunni Arab countries around Iran will now have to arm themselves to the teeth, thereby gutting the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). more… Continue Reading

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Raw Islam feature

ISIS Forced 17-Y-O Girl to Recite Quran While Being Raped, Burned Her With Boiling Water When She Refused

Humanitarian activist Delal Sindy playing with displaced Iraq children at a refugee camp in northern Iraq. by Samuel Smith   According to a Kurdish activist who works closely with Iraqis displaced by the Islamic State, ISIS militants allegedly forced a… Continue Reading

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Raw Islam feature

ISIS ‘Burned Alive’ 20-Y-O Girl After She Refused ‘Extreme Sex Act,’ Forces Sex Slaves to Become Prostitutes, UN Rep Says

Displaced Sunni women fleeing the violence in Ramadi, carry bags as they walk on the outskirts of Baghdad, May 24, 2015. Iraqi forces recaptured territory from advancing Islamic State militants near the recently-fallen city of Ramadi on Sunday, while in… Continue Reading

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Raw Islam feature

WHAT IS SALAFISM? 100-year-old Sunni-based sect

In several articles, both here and in the Personal Update, Muslim Salafism has been referenced. It is probably a good time to define what Salafism is and why it is a global threat. Salafism takes its name from the Arabic… Continue Reading

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Saudi Arabia: King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud

What is Wahhabism in Saudi Arabia?

2 February 2015 | Galina Yemelianova The death of Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah has stirred debate about the future direction of the world’s richest Arab state. That direction will be significantly coloured by how his brother and successor, King Salman, approaches Wahhabism –… Continue Reading

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Profile: Prince Charles Saudi Arabia Connections (01) feature

Charles of Arabia and the Al-Qaeda/ISIS Nexus

CEC of Australia PUBLICATION Page 4 & 12 The New Citizen November/December 2014 In early November 2014, the Prince of Wales recorded a video to herald a new report by the Catholic charity “Aid to the Church in Need”*, documenting atrocities… Continue Reading

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About Islam Religion feature

Shiites, Sunnis unite to denounce and condemn extremists

Published first Al-Monitor’s December 15, 2014 by Ali Mamouri Shiites, Sunnis unite to denounce and condemn extremists Despite all the negative developments concerning extremist groups in the Middle East, they have had a positive impact on religious communities. Shiite and… Continue Reading

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International Christian Concern (ICC) (01) feature

the Iraqi Church

Are We Witnessing The Last Days of the Iraqi Church? Todd Daniels, Regional Manager for the Middle East 06/20/14 (International Christian Concern) – Just over one week ago, the conflict in Syria spilled over into Iraq in dramatic fashion. The Islamic jihadist… Continue Reading

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