Militants have also stepped up attacks on security forces in the Sinai peninsula, and yesterday, unidentified gunmen shot dead a police sergeant in the northern town of El-Arish, the interior ministry said today in an e-mailed statement. […] Muslim Brotherhood leader Essam El-Erian urged Egyptians to peacefully lay siege to the (US) mission.
Pavlo Lapshyn spoke only to confirm his name and date of birth during the short hearing at Westminster Magistrates Court after being charged yesterday with the terrorist related killing of 82-year-old grandfather Mohammed Saleem.
Additional terrorism charges relating to the Ashia Mosque, Walsall, Kanz Ul Iman Masjid Mosque, Tipton and Wolverhampton Central Mosque were confirmed today in court.
(as the group said: “No matter who committed them” I suspect it was muslims who did these attacks)
“The alarming events in Dnipropetrovsk shook the whole Ukraine: a series of explosions in the middle of a work day injured 29 citizens including 9 minors.
“We strongly condemn these inhuman immoral actions regardless of who committed them. We express our sincere sympathy to the victims and demand that these crimes should be solved quickly in a qualified and unbiased way and that the perpetrators should be punished.
The report, released in June 2013, was commissioned by European Parliament’s Directorate General for External Policies. The report warns about the Wahabi/Salafi organisations and claims that “no country in the Muslim world is safe from their operations … as they always aim to terrorise their opponents and arouse the admiration of their supporters.” The nexus between Arab charities promoting Wahabi and Salafi traditions and the extremist Islamic movements has emerged as one of the major threats to people and governments across the globe
(It has been obvious to me for some time that Jews will end up being caught in the push-back against Islamic supremacism and constant demands on Western societies for some time. Unfortunate perhaps but better than the alternative)
(AGI) Tripoli, July 23 – Eye witnesses have reported a large explosion in Tripoli’s embassy district, more specifically located in a residential complex close to the so-called Tripoli Towers, a building that hosts a number of foreign embassies including those of Great Britain and Canada. . .