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  1. HAMAS focuses on the Near enemy, specifically Israel. Al-Qaeda goes after both the Near (governments) and the Far Enemy (the West/US), and is more focused on trying to...

    5 Answers · News & Events · 16/12/2014

  2. Hamas is more nationalist than anything else, although they would like to see conservative Islamic rule over historic Palestine. Nor do they seem to want anybody's hide because they're a Jew. Quite a number of Jews have travelled to...

    11 Answers · News & Events · 24/08/2014

  3. I am very happy and will be happier still when the punishment isa death sentence which Russia will hopefully implement.

    7 Answers · News & Events · 22/10/2015

  4. I agree. Trying to whitewash the problem doesn't help anything. Everyone wants Islam to revert to a religion of peace, but that won't happen as long as all the good people stay in a state of denial. This has to be faced and faced down.

    19 Answers · News & Events · 15/05/2007

  5. ...question! In both cases, Western countries used Islamist terrorists to overthrow a secular leader they didn't like. The only difference is...

    2 Answers · News & Events · 07/01/2012

  6. Who are we fighting? Islamist Terrorists of which al-Qaida is the main enemy. who is our ...

    9 Answers · News & Events · 14/01/2010

  7. ... the peak for the Islamist terrorists , they are ...so-called ' Islamist Terrorism'...only about 0.6% of all terrorist activities...

    5 Answers · News & Events · 23/10/2011

  8. it is the same in britain converts being convinced that the way to show their loyalty to islam is to murder others and remember converts are often zealous in adopting their new faith....and can easily fall victim to...

    7 Answers · News & Events · 02/06/2009

  9. Too many to mention: 1983: US Marine Barracks in Beirut Lebanon : Hezbollah 1993: First World Trade Center Bombing : Al Qaeda 1998: US Embassy...

    2 Answers · News & Events · 16/09/2012

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