Caliphate lovin' has swept across the Islamic world, but will it last?
The ISIS dream of an Islamic nation that spans across borders has picked up steam.
Can the Islamic Caliphate Lead to Good things?
Like the Soviet Union, the Islamic state is built on unsustainable fundamentals and is on course for a spectacular implosion.
Source: Beirut Spring
Two Killed as Egypt's Government Fails to Notice Militant Group's Blatant Bombing Warning Online
According to netizens, the explosions in capital city Cairo's Heliopolis district, could have been avoided if the police were actually fighting terrorism and not focusing their attention on apprehending and jailing activists.
Source: Global Voices Online
Our problem with selective sympathy for young victims
"When our sympathy only reaches out to the children of one nation alone, we have condemned all of them to this atrocious cycle of violence."
Source: Plus 972
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