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Westminster terror reflections

Westminster terror reflections

Keith Sinclair March 26, 2017 0

Despite Donal Trump Jr’s recent interpretation of Sadiq Khan, that terror attacks are ‘part and parcel’ of life in a big city, the outpouring of goodwill since the attack on Westminster last Wednesday which

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Things have got serious, and the feminist narrative has gone into retreat. Kind of.

Things have got serious, and the feminist narrative has gone into retreat. Kind of.

Elena Rider August 6, 2016 0

It started with the terrible killing of MP Jo Cox. I thought ‘the feminists are going to make this all about gender’ – but they didn’t. Of course, the man who killed her is

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ISIS Is A Shape-Shifting Beast: We’ll Need A New Whip

ISIS Is A Shape-Shifting Beast: We’ll Need A New Whip

Lee Jenkins November 24, 2015 1

The deadly terror attacks in Paris that killed 132 people and injured many more mark a particularly deadly turn in the West’s struggle to crush Islamic State (IS) – but they fit a pattern of behaviour

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Fact Checking the Paris Attack

Fact Checking the Paris Attack

Robert Tyler November 19, 2015 0

Social Media is a great tool for spreading news. The only problem is that with so much data at our fingertips and increasingly faster speeds of data transfer between individuals, misinformation can spread as

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Belfast’s Burning

Belfast’s Burning

Backbencher December 19, 2013 0

The Northern Ireland Peace Process is in danger of quietly unraveling It’s a quiet evening in Belfast, Northern Ireland. As dusk descends and the last few people slowly drip out of the town’s city

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Report released this week examining targeted US killings in Yemen

Report released this week examining targeted US killings in Yemen

Backbencher October 28, 2013 1

Bryony Clarke reports on the findings of the Human Rights Watch’s latest paper discussing US drone strikes. Shortly after 4pm on September 2, 2012, residents of the Yemeni village of Sarar were confronted with

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Blaming Islam for the Westgate Mall attack is fruitless

Blaming Islam for the Westgate Mall attack is fruitless

Backbencher September 25, 2013 3

Joel Kibirige asks whether debating the role of religion in the Westgate Mall attack is the best way of moving forward. The recent atrocities in Kenya committed by al-Shabab have reignited debate regarding the

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At last, Abu Qatada is on a jet plane

At last, Abu Qatada is on a jet plane

Derek Van De Ven July 8, 2013 0

At 3am on Sunday morning the Home Office of successive UK governments finally got their way. Abu Qatada boarded a plane bound to Jordan to face charges of terrorism aimed at the Jordanian people

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3 Things You Didn’t (Want To) Know About Nelson Mandela

3 Things You Didn’t (Want To) Know About Nelson Mandela

Lee Jenkins June 27, 2013 1,454

The hero of the anti-apartheid struggle was not the saint we want him to be. The image of Nelson Mandela as a selfless, humble, freedom fighter turned cheerful, kindly old man, is well established

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Iran’s Revolutionary Guard In Syria

Iran’s Revolutionary Guard In Syria

Backbencher June 22, 2013 0

The Guardians of Iran’s Revolution are deeply involved in the Syrian Civil War and are stepping up their efforts. The ZF’s (Zionist Federation) campaign on the Iranian Revolutionary Guards has shown definitive proof of

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