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Is Farhat Hashmi willing to denounce jihad?

Is Farhat Hashmi willing to denounce jihad?

By Farzana Hassan   Al-Huda Canada, the Mississauga branch of a worldwide net of Al-Huda Institutes across the globe, has no known links to extremist organizations. Perhaps that explains the shock expressed over San Bernardino shooter Tashfeen Malik’s links to Al-Huda’s chapter in Multan, Pakistan. However, I am not surprised for the simple reason that conservative Islam is a package […]

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Daughters of Al Huda

Daughters of Al Huda

by Khaled Ahmed An Islamic School not in Islamabad, Kabul or Cairo, but right here in Toronto. These are the future mothers of Canada/West-hating fanatics, being nurtured right under out nose.The picture is that of a classroom in the Al-Huda Islamic School for women set up by one Farhat Hashmi who entered Canada under a controversial visa and has now […]

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The Shame and the Disgrace of the Pro-Islamist Left

The Shame and the Disgrace of the Pro-Islamist Left

by Jamie Palmer By supporting fundamentalists, the Left simply chooses one camp in a political struggle without acknowledging it. ♦ Maryam Namazie, a trenchant campaigner against religious fundamentalism, made this observation last week during a fraught lecture at Goldsmiths, University of London. It would turn out to be pertinent. Namazie’s appearance at Goldsmiths was causing trouble before the event had […]

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ISIS claim responsibility for California massacre

ISIS claim responsibility for California massacre

ISIS announced on radio that the couple were followers of the terror group  President Obama insisted today that the U.S. ‘will not be terrorized’   The first photograph of the woman behind the San Bernardino massacre, Tashfeen Malik, 27, finally surfaced on Friday  It was revealed as family claimed she wore a burka and didn’t speak to male relatives  The FBI […]

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Mullah Aziz Hits America

Mullah Aziz Hits America

Tashfeen Malik was his follower by Daily Mail UK The woman who took part in the ISIS-inspired San Bernardino massacre is linked to her native country’s most notorious radical mosque, American officials believe. Sources have told Daily Mail Online that US officials handed over information to their Pakistani counterparts about links between Tashfeen Malik and the Red Mosque in Islamabad. […]

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FBI says investigating California massacre as act of terrorism

FBI says investigating California massacre as act of terrorism

Reuters: WASHINGTON/SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. | By Mark Hosenball and Yasmeen Abutaleb The FBI is investigating this week’s massacre in which a married couple killed 14 people in California as an “act of terrorism,” an official said on Friday, as sources said that the female shooter apparently pledged allegiance to a leader of the militant group Islamic State. Tashfeen Malik, 27, […]

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San Bernardino Shooting Investigators Seek Clues to Motive

San Bernardino Shooting Investigators Seek Clues to Motive

The New York Times By IAN LOVETT, RICHARD PÉREZ-PEÑA and MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT  DEC. 3, 2015  SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — Investigators on Thursday hunted for a motive in the backgrounds of a husband and wife suspected in a shooting rampage that left 14 dead and 17 others wounded here, while federal agents traced the origins of the four guns recovered […]

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They shut down my column

They shut down my column

By Mohammad Taqi Pakistan’s globetrotting Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif has been peddling the ostensible success of a military operation called Zarb-e-Azb in assorted world capitals. The director of the Inter-Services Public Relations, Lt General Asim Saleem Bajwa, has unleashed a social and conventional media blitzkrieg that creates a halo of accomplishment, nay infallibility, around his boss, […]

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Pakistan’s Ahmadis battle mob and state for identity

Pakistan’s Ahmadis battle mob and state for identity

By Khurram Shahzad Islamabad (AFP) – “Are these the people with bullets who took my papa away?” two-year-old Sabiha Ahmad asked her mother anxiously when AFP visited her family, members of Pakistan’s persecuted Ahmadi minority, who are currently living in hiding. The toddler’s family have had little contact with anyone since they were forced to flee for their lives on […]

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Pakistani Man Sentence in US to 40 years Prison for Al Qaeda Plot

Pakistani Man Sentence in US to 40 years Prison for Al Qaeda Plot

By Nate Raymond A Pakistani man was sentenced by a U.S. judge to 40 years in prison on Tuesday for plotting to bomb a shopping center in England, as part of an al Qaeda plan to carry out attacks in Europe and the United States. Abid Naseer, 29, had faced up to life in prison following his conviction by a […]

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