News and Analysis (7/7/15)

“We want for others what we want for ourselves: the right to worship without intimidation, the right to safety, and the right to property”:

Whenever Americans are killed by Muslims, it is blown up by the mainstream media, while the victims of US attacks are almost never humanized, and their deaths barely recognized:

Following the recent terrorist attacks, the Egyptian government now drafts a law that will make it illegal to contradict the government when it comes to reporting terrorism:

Obama acknowledges that the fight against ISIS is a fight of ideas, and that “[i]deologies are not defeated by guns [but with] … better ideas”:

20 years later, many still fail to acknowledge the genocide in Srebrenica. Attorney Adisada Dudic says, “[D]enial is the last stage of genocide”, claiming that the U.N. and U.S. have documentary proof of genocide”:

Terrorism of any kind in America is rare, and Radley Balko calls for an end to its over-emphasis in politics and media without diminishing of the importance of lives lost or of the “sheer horror” of terrorism:

With outstanding disputes on issues “from inspection rules on suspicious … sites to limits on … [R&D] of advanced nuclear technology … no one was speaking yet on Tuesday of a long-term extension”:

Today, a bomb attack – most likely executed by Boko Haram – took place against a government office in Zaria, Nigeria:

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