News and Analysis (12/13/15)

Despite being held at Guantanamo for eight years after charges were dropped so that he is a stranger to his own children and being subjugated to abuse in detention, Aamer still denounces terrorism:

Violence against Muslims continues:

The Blaze is surprised to find a Christian teacher at a Christian school teaching love:

“Clashes broke out after U.N. peacekeepers from the MINUSCA mission, brought in to protect poll workers and voters, came under fire in PK5, an enclave of Muslims who have refused to flee the capital Bangui despite attacks by Christian militias”:

The well respected cleric is accused of “defying a ban on coverage of Mohammad Khatami, a former reformist president now described by authorities as a ‘seditionist,'” but “[m]oderates say there is no official ban and that the order was unilaterally imposed by hard-liners”:

For the first time Saudi women vote and at least four win municipal seats:

There is still no “evidence that foreign militants directed” the San Bernardino attacks …

… and experts on hirabah (so-called “violent jihad”), “immigration lawyers and former U.S. diplomats say there’s no sign other foreign brides have sought Western marriages to launch attacks, and it’s still not clear if 29-year-old Tashfeen Malik did so”:

“Egypt’s best-selling author Alaa al-Aswany … supported the Egyptian military’s ouster of Islamist President Mohammed Morsi“, but says now that “freedom of expression is at its lowest point, worse than in the days of Hosni Mubarak” :
“Half of the nearly 6,000 people killed in the fighting and air strikes are civilians, including 637 children, according to the United Nations”:

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