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Al Assad to Expressen: Scandinavian ISIS leaders are the most dangerous islamists

Bashar al-Assad spoke to Expressen about the threat from “Scandinavian” Islamist extremists fighting in Syria and called Scandinavian jihadis “the most dangerous leaders of ISIS” in the region. The battle against Islamic State and other islamist groups in the war torn country has claimed the lives of over 200,000 people and currently is the worst humanitarian crisis since WWII. (Photo: Foreign Affairs’ interview …

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Hanne Nabintu Herland: The preservation of traditional Eurpean culture

Diversity and preservation of traditional culture are not contradictory One of our times most renowned religion sociologist, Peter Bergers work is characterized by a dramatic mid-career transformation of his view on the role of religion in modern society. In one article Berger goes so far as to admit to a major mistake during his career as a sociologist: earlier he indicated …

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The Garissa-massacre in Kenya: Video on the 148 killed because they were Christians

See the video of the massacred young people in Kenya, made by those close to the victims as they mourn the 148 young students killed by Al Shabab solely because they were Christians. The horrific attack by Islamic al-Shabab jihadists speaks for the dehumanizing Islamist ideology that ends up slandering the name of every decent Muslim. The Garissa-atrocities are the latest of …

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Hanne Nabintu Herland: The need for Solidarity and more Kindness in Europe

Time Magazine’s Simon Robinson has said it quite succinctly:  “If Europe wants to become a global power, it needs to stop acting like a collection of rich, insular states and start fighting for its beliefs.” Today the old concept of brotherly love, another term for solidarity, is no longer in fashion. It has slowly become legitimate to be self centered …

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