Global Political Islam

  • Canada’s B’nai Brith Flags Islamist Extremist Speakers

    December 23, 2019

    The Canadian chapter of the Jewish service organization B’nai Brith has criticized the inclusion of speakers with a public record of both anti-Semitic statements and connections to Islamist violence at a recent conference on Islamic knowledge.

  • OIC & Arab League Condemn Brazil for Opening Trade Office in Jerusalem

    December 23, 2019

    Both the 57-member-state Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and the 22-member-star Arab League, have issued formal condemnations of Brazil for opening a trade and commercial office in Jerusalem, warning of future damage for political, economic, and trade relations.

  • Egyptian Imam Preaches Anti-Semitism

    December 23, 2019

    Preaching in Egypt's mosques and use of technology to transmit sermons continues to involve hate speech and an Islamist radical rejection of inter-faith tolerance, expressed in a recent internet video of an Egyptian imam preaching anti-Semitic language about Jews as treacherous and untrustworthy.

  • Eurasian Security Leaders Warn of IS Relocation & Consolidation in Afghanistan

    December 23, 2019

    Leaders from five key Eurasian states, including China and Russia and Iran, and India, Tajikstan, Uzbekistan, and Afghanistan are sounding the alarm over the geopolitical risks and security threats of a resurgent Islamic State ("IS"), which has relocated to Afghanistan and is using the unstable country as a new operational base to project Islamist radicalism and violence across Eurasia.

  • Islamists Win with Hezbollah-Backed Lebanese President

    December 23, 2019

    The Lebanese Parliament's election of a new president, whose appointment turned on support from Iran's proxy Hezbollah, is a sectarian victory for Islamists in Lebanon and an outcome that will likely impede the country's efforts to secure economic assistance from the United States.

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