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UPDATE: French terrorists want to die as Muslim

UPDATE: French terrorists want to die as Muslim "martyrs"

French law enforcement is negotiating now with Muslim terrorists who are barricaded in a town near Charles DeGaulle International Airport. There is now a separate hostage situation in a Parisian neighborhood.

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Nigeria: Muslim terrorists kill 1,000 Christians in one day

Nigeria: Muslim terrorists kill 1,000 Christians in one day

Video purports to show massacre of Nigerian troops and civilians in Gwoza, a town in northeastern Nigeria. It is there that as many as 1000 Christians were killed: a modern record. WARNING: graphic video.

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Nigeria: hope crushed for resolution to Muslim kidnappings

Nigeria: hope crushed for resolution to Muslim kidnappings

Nigerian military was aware of coming attack on Chibok, where nearly 300 schoolgirls were abducted. It did nothing to stop the incident.

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Nigerian president 'impotent' in face of Muslim abduction of girls

Nigerian president 'impotent' in face of Muslim abduction of girls

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At a Loss in Nigeria: missing girls and a government

At a Loss in Nigeria: missing girls and a government

An expert on human rights offers eight broad suggestions for addressing Islamist violence in Nigeria, where nearly 300 girls were recently abducted by Boko Haram militants for sale as slaves.

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Abduction of Nigerian girls is part of Muslim terrorists' war against women

Abduction of Nigerian girls is part of Muslim terrorists' war against women

Schoolgirls are told 'School is bad' by Muslim terrorists in Nigeria, who then rape them and force them to convert to Islam. The leader of the Boko Haram terrorists personally beheaded a Christian pastor who refused to convert.

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Kenya on high alert for imminent terrorist attacks

Kenya on high alert for imminent terrorist attacks

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9/11 and the future of jihad

9/11 and the future of jihad

When the passenger jets piloted by the jihadi terrorists struck New York, Pennsylvania, and the Pentagon, America was surprised. But for the perpetrators of this act of terror, the war had been going on for 10 years. There are questions to be answered.

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Obama continues to aid Muslim jihadi terrorism

Obama continues to aid Muslim jihadi terrorism

Libya is the main [North African] base for Al Qaeda. Shi'a and Sunni find common cause in hating the infidel with an even greater intensity than they hate one another. Angelo Codevilla wrote, "They are not our friends and are unlikely to become such."

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100,000 Christians die for the faith each year

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Christians question Obama's wider anti-terrorist net

Christians question Obama's wider anti-terrorist net

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Tanzania: deadly Muslim attack on Christians raises fears of al-Qaeda influence

Tanzania: deadly Muslim attack on Christians raises fears of al-Qaeda influence

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Muslim Christianophobia: February 2013

Muslim Christianophobia: February 2013

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Defeating terrorism on the internet

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The Muslim Brotherhood's curious reaction to the Boston Massacre

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Nigerian Islamist terror rejects amnesty offer

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The web of US policy in Syria entangles US Army vet charged with terrorism

The web of US policy in Syria entangles US Army vet charged with terrorism

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'Extremists': U.S. Army reserves defines Catholics, Jews and evangelical Christians

'Extremists': U.S. Army reserves defines Catholics, Jews and evangelical Christians

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America's moral dilemmas exposed in 'Zero Dark Thirty'

America's moral dilemmas exposed in 'Zero Dark Thirty'

What is the true price of the War on Terror?

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Turkey will see further improvised explosive attacks

Turkey will see further improvised explosive attacks

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Syria's dictator vows to stay and fight Al-Qaeda terrorists

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Crucifixions of dissidents in Egypt and Yemen worry Christians

Crucifixions of dissidents in Egypt and Yemen worry Christians

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Remember to pray on 9/11

Remember to pray on 9/11

President Obama led a moment of silence on the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks to remember the lives lost on that day 11 years ago.

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Syrian opposition in Homs seeks to lay down arms

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Muslim terror strikes as Nigeria mourns fatal airline crash

Muslim terror strikes as Nigeria mourns fatal airline crash

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Pan-African peacekeeper force poised for Mali

Pan-African peacekeeper force poised for Mali

Rival Muslim groups control the northern region of Mali.

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Narco-submarines pose increasing threat to U.S. security

Narco-submarines pose increasing threat to U.S. security

Narcoterrorists show a remarkable ability to adapt. Taking on Al Qaeda terrorists as passengers is a possibility for these operatives.

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Does it matter that the shooter in France was Muslim?

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Al-Qaeda Claims Responsibility For Deadly Iraq Attacks

The Iraqi wing of Al-Qaeda has claimed responsibility for a wave of explosions that killed some 50 people across Iraq.

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Mali tries to cope with rising terrorist violence

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In Yemen, 185 Soldiers Killed In Al-Qaeda Attack

Military officials in Yemen say at least 185 Yemeni soldiers have been killed in attacks by Al-Qaeda militants in southern Yemen.

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U.S. Officials Say Al-Qaeda Likely Behind Syria Bombings

The Director of U.S. National Intelligence says Al-Qaeda's branch in Iraq was likely behind a series of recent bombings against Syrian government targets.

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Al-Qaeda Leader Killed In Yemen, Sparking Deadly Clashes

Reports say a leading Al-Qaeda operative in Yemen has been killed in a family dispute, and that an ensuing battle has left at least 16 other tribesmen dead.

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The dynamics of Boko Haram's war on Nigeria's Christians

The dynamics of Boko Haram's war on Nigeria's Christians

Both internal and external controls must be exerted to stem the tide of Islamist terrorism in Nigeria, Africa's most populous country and world-class producer of oil.

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Nigeria: Abuja archbishop calls for political solution to stem Boko Haram

Nigeria: Abuja archbishop calls for political solution to stem Boko Haram

Sooner or later, dialogue with the Islamist sect - Boko Haram - must commence, since security measures have not been sufficient.

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The threat Boko Haram poses for Africa

The threat Boko Haram poses for Africa

Until they figure out how to use IEDs effectively, Boko Haram may remain just a regional threat. For now.

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Nigeria: Eerie calm descends on bombed city

Nigeria: Eerie calm descends on bombed city

Bombings by the Boko Haram Muslim sect in Nigeria may have been intended to secure the release of illegal immigrants from Niger and Chad.

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Nigeria: Population exchange follows bomb terror

Nigeria: Population exchange follows bomb terror

People from northern Nigeria are fleeing in terror, following deadly bomb attacks in Kano and elsewhere over the January 20-22 weekend. Northerners, living in southern Nigeria, are returning to ancestral lands. Concerns arise over possible civil war.

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Nigeria's worst terror incident claims nearly 200 lives

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Ethnic cleansing underway in northern Nigeria

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Nigeria: Muslim terrorists tell Christians to vacate half of the country

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US Christians express solidarity with persecuted churches of Nigeria

US Christians express solidarity with persecuted churches of Nigeria

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Nigeria: Security chief 'worried' about Boko Haram terrorists

Nigeria: Security chief 'worried' about Boko Haram terrorists

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Al-Qaeda Claims Responsibility For Baghdad Bombings

The Al-Qaeda in Iraq group has claimed responsibility for a wave of bombings in Baghdad last week that killed 69 people and wounded some 200 more.

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Nigeria: Christians are angry and fearful following Christmas Day bombs

Nigeria: Christians are angry and fearful following Christmas Day bombs

Christians set upon self-defence, following inadequate response by Nigeria's government to Islamist terror.

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Al-Qaeda Members Flee In South Yemen Jailbreak

Yemeni officials say that at least 16 prisoners, including suspected members of Al-Qaeda, have escaped from a prison in the southern Yemeni city of Aden.

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Blind in the Dark: US military fails to secure night-vision devices

Blind in the Dark: US military fails to secure night-vision devices

Night vision goggles and other devices are essential for the US and allies in the war on terror. That's why terrorists want them too.

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The threat of Nigeria's Boko Haram Islamist sect

The threat of Nigeria's Boko Haram Islamist sect

Boko Haram, an Islamist terrorist group linked to Al-Qaeda, is ramping up its security threat to Nigeria and the world's petroleum supply. Suicide bombings and arson claimed more than 100 lives on Nov. 4. The U.S. warns that further attacks are imminent.

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Authorities of Somalia and Kenya see common threat in Al-Shabaab terrorists

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