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There is no winner when hatred prevails

As a Muslim, I am relieved that Osama bin Laden has been brought down and his reign of terror brought to an end. Despite my relief, I will not celebrate his death, as I do not believe anybody’s death should be cause for celebration. That does not stop me from feeling that justice has been served.

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Obama rejects releasing bin Laden death photo

U.S President Barack Obama has told an American television channel that he has decided not to release photos showing the body of Osama Bin Laden, the al-Qaeda leader, after he was killed by US commandos.

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Killing Osama: justice or vengeance?

Since Sept 11, too many people have died and too many children have been orphaned for the United States to claim, as President Obama’s triumphantly did, that “justice has been done” because one man, however symbolically important, has been killed. However one calculates when and how “this fight” actually began, the U.S. government chose how to respond to 9/11. And that response, from the beginning, was one of war and vengeance — not of justice.

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The mysterious word behind Arab revolutions

In the Middle East, every dictatorship and pseudo-monarchy has been sustained by America. The CIA and MI6 secretly fostered and bank-rolled Islamic extremism. The victims of this western state terrorism have been mostly Muslims.

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Constant attack on Muslims gives rise to extremists

Why would anyone join an extremist Muslim fringe group that hates democracy and wants to impose a myopic interpretation of Islamic law on everyone? What could possibly attract an educated young man living in a free society to join a movement that glorifies suicide bombers?

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Shariah law threat a figment of Peter King’s imagination

The Shariah threat bandwagon just keeps rolling on. After synthesising facts that claim 80% of Imams in American Mosque are radical out of thin air politicians have continued to ramble on a non-existant threat.

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Libyan forces, rebels engage in fierce clashes

As Russian-made jets dropped more bombs on the city of Ras Lanouf, rebel leaders in their stronghold to the east of Benghazi were not panicking. While true that the airstrikes were not causing major damage to the city or rebel positions, they have seemingly halted the advance of the young and disorganized anti-government forces.

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Saudis mobilise thousands of troops to quell growing revolt as protests banned

Saudi Arabia was yesterday drafting up to 10,000 security personnel into its north-eastern Shia Muslim provinces, clogging the highways into Dammam and other cities with busloads of troops in fear of next week’s “day of rage” by what is now called the “Hunayn Revolution”.

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U.S. more concerned about keeping allies than stability

After weeks of internal debate on how to respond to uprisings in the Arab world, the Obama administration is settling on a Middle East strategy: help keep longtime allies who are willing to reform in power, even if that means the full democratic demands of their newly emboldened citizens might have to wait.

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Coded love messages on Muslim dating site stirred Libyan revolution

To avoid detection by Libyan secret police, who monitor Facebook and Twitter, Mahmoudi, the leader of the Ekhtalef (“Difference”) Movement, used what’s considered the of the Middle East to send coded love letters to rally the revolution.

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