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Syria – Jobar: A Cauldron full of Jihadists

Syria – Jobar: A Cauldron full of Jihadists

The German Jihadist Deso Dogg and his war in Syria. Syrian activists, including those who are close to the #SEA (Syrian Electronic Army), observe the “internet”, especially social media networks, since the beginning of 2012, and gather information about the members, identified by name, and the losses among the rebel gangs, who wage war in Syria. Read More »

Tunisia: Large Anti-Government Protests in Tunis

Tunisia: Large Anti-Government Protests in Tunis

Tunis: Ten of thousands demand the fall of the Islamist government. In the Tunisian capital Tunis, tens of thousands of civilian protesters took to the streets in order to protest against the transitional Islamist government of the North African country yesterday. This was the certainly largest civilian protest against the current Islamist government of Tunisia since the targeted assassination of the popular opposition leader Mohamed Brahmi on July 25. The secular opposition figure Mohamed Brahmi was gunned down in Tunis by two violent Salafists in front of his house two weeks ago. Read More »

Belgian Youths are joining the Terrorists forces in Syria

Belgian Youths are joining the Terrorists forces in Syria

Jihad in Syria: Dangerous process of radicalization in Europe. Several young people from Belgium travelled to Syria in order to join the terrorist forces in the Arab nation after they were radicalized and misguided by others in Belgium in order to convey them that a journey to Syria in order to join the ranks of the terrorists and jihadists fighting against the secular government of the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad would be a good idea. Read More »

America’s Foreign Policy Pivots in the Middle East

America’s Foreign Policy Pivots in the Middle East

Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Wahhabi Salafism. The Egyptian army, issued a stern ultimatum, on July 1, 2013, which was ostensibly a stark warning to both, Morsi, the first democratically elected president of Eygpt – who represents the Muslim Brotherhood MB – and on the other side the Tamarod Movement and the National Salvation Front – which is a loose coalition of secular parties. However, in reality, it was nothing short of a thinly veiled threat to, Morsi, stressing that, unless he conceded a significant portion of his powers within 48 hours, the army would oust him. Read More »

Tunisia: Protests and Tear Gas after Funeral of Mohamed Brahmi

Tunisia: Protests and Tear Gas after Funeral of Mohamed Brahmi

After the funeral of the targeted assassinated prominent Tunisian opposition leader Mohamed Brahmi two days ago, a fresh wave of protests by angry Tunisians swapped through the North African country and the Tunisian security forces have again used tear gas to disperse the thousands of furious protesters in the capital, Tunis. Read More »

Mohamed al-Brahmi & Shukri Balaid: Killed with same Weapon

Mohamed al-Brahmi & Shukri Balaid: Killed with same Weapon

The gunmen who have targeted assassinated the Tunisian head of the Democratic Patriots Party Shukri Balaid in February and now the prominent and secular Tunisian opposition leader and member of the parliament of the country, Mohamed al-Brahmi, have used the same weapons for both killings of the prominent Tunisian politicians this year. Read More »