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Everything but the truth Categories: Israel, Op-eds, Palestinians, Terrorism     Author: Ted Lapkin

Last December, I received an invitation to attend a free preview screening of Steven Spielberg's new film, Munich. My shorthand reaction to the movie is that it was worth every penny that I paid to see it. But given Spielberg's moral ambitions for this flick, as well as the splash it is making in t

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A Tale of Two Agencies Categories: International Security, Palestinians, Terrorism     Author: External author

The plight of the Palestinian refugees is, at first glance, fairly surprising. Whereas the rest of the world?s refugees are the concern of the UNHCR, the Palestinians are the sole group of refugees with a UN agency dedicated exclusively to their care: The United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRW

Dangers Down Under Categories: Australasia, Terrorism     Author: External author

The Federal Government's proposed anti-terror laws have dominated media headlines in recent months. Both sides of the debate have been argued passionately in newspaper columns, and on television and radio programs.

Beyond Bali Categories: Asia, Australasia, Islamic Extremism, Lebanon, Terrorism     Author: External author

On September 27, Gareth Evans -? president of the respected International Crisis Group (ICG) and former Australian foreign minister -? gave a keynote address in Australia in which he proclaimed, "JI no longer poses a serious threat in Indonesia or elsewhere". Four days later, three suicide bombers w

Fratricide Categories: Immigration/ Multiculturalism, Iraq, Israel, Terrorism     Author: External author

In the Middle East last month the cats came out of their bags. The truth is out, with teeth bared and claws flashing to reveal the direction of an extremism far too mainstream in the region. But first it is important to emphasise that the main problem in the area is not terrorism. Indeed, the concep

Native Sons Categories: Europe, Islamic Extremism, Lebanon, Terrorism     Author: External author

The July suicide bombings in London Ã?Â? some or all of whose perpetrators were Muslims born and reared in Britain Ã?Â? are likely to produce in the United Kingdom the same intellectual reflection on Muslim identity in Europe that is already underway in nearby countries. The French began this reflec

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