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Canary in a Coal Mine Categories: Islamic Extremism, Lebanon     Author: Allon Lee

There is something of the 1960s slogan '?the personal is the political' in Ayaan Hirsi Ali'?s life story - a remarkable life that has formed the basis of her candid views on Islam, Muslims and the West.

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Trouble along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border/ Holocaust Inversion Categories: Afghanistan/ Pakistan, Antisemitism, Iraq, Islamic Extremism, Lebanon, Terrorism     Author: AIJAC staff

As widely reported, a major renewal of fighting in Afghanistan is expected shortly. The Taliban, based across the border with Pakistan, are expected to make large scale incursions as soon as the mountain snows allow. This Update leads with two pieces on Pakistan's invidious role in encouraging this

Moderates must not become apologists for radical Islam Categories: Australasia, Immigration/ Multiculturalism, International Jewry, Islamic Extremism, Lebanon, Op-eds     Author: Colin Rubenstein

THE Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council (AIJAC) cancelled our planned participation in the program of Israeli professor Raphael Israeli after his controversial remarks about Muslim immigration and communities. Characterising Muslim communities as a threat or danger per se is a sentime

Thai-ed Down Categories: Asia, Islamic Extremism, Terrorism     Author: Zachary Abuza

On 4 January 2004, a group of armed men raided a Thai Army camp. They were equipped with acetylene torches and bolt cutters; in all they made off with more than 300 M-16s, ammunition and other weaponry. It is the date most commonly used to mark the current manifestation of the insurgency in Thailand

Saying No to Jihad Categories: Antisemitism, Asia, Islamic Extremism, Lebanon     Author: Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury

People are punished for crime, for creating anarchy and for subjecting humanity to horrifying terror. But, could we ever believe that someone would be arrested, tortured and imprisoned for 17 long months just for being in favour of global peace, inter-faith dialogue and ending religious hatred?

The Legacy of Londonistan Categories: Europe, Islamic Extremism, Lebanon     Author: Douglas Davis

Five years ago, at the time of 9/11, British intelligence agents were identifying 250 "primary"? terrorist suspects a year in Britain. Two years later, the figure had doubled to 500. Last month, the head of MI5, Dame Eliza Manningham-Buller, said her intelligence agency was currently monitoring 1,60

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