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The American strike that killed Iranian Gen. Qasem Soleimani marks "an extremely serious and dangerous escalation of conflict in the Middle East with global significance" outgoing British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn claims. Soleimani led the Islamic
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A top-level Hamas delegation is attending the Kuala Lumpur Summit, a gathering of Islamist leaders in Malaysia. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Qatari Emir Tamim bin Hamad also are attending. The conference
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Libya's Muslim Brotherhood-controlled Government of National Accord (GNA) wants Turkey to send military advisers to the country. The United States and the United Nations recognize the GNA as Libya's legitimate government. The Turkish advisers would
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An organized effort to silence a speech at Vassar College by Israeli activist Hen Mazzig last week "crossed the line into anti-Semitism" and could lead to disciplinary action, President Elizabeth H. Bradley said in a statement Monday. Members of Vassar's
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The New York Times edited a reference which accurately described the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) as a terrorist group from a Nov. 12 story, the Committee for Accuracy In Middle East Reporting and Analysis (CAMERA) found. This story appeared following
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Hamas, a terrorist group which diverts resources meant to improve life in Gaza to prepare future attacks on Israeli civilians, has endorsed the invasion of northeastern Syria that Turkey calls "Operation Peace Spring." "The movement understands Turkey's
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An American Islamist delegation that included a supporter of Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan, a group that directly supports Kashmiri terrorists, met last week with a senior State Department official, the Pakistani news website Dawn.com reported. Leaders of the
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Not the Onion: Women's March Taps Zahra Billoo in Wake of Anti-Semitism Issues
The Washington Post is out Monday with something that looks like good news. Three board members at the national Women's March who were involved in a series of anti-Semitic incidents are out. A diverse group of 16 people, including three Jews, will
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