News and Analysis (4/4/16)

His spray of high-powered rifle fire through the “House of Peace” mosque window “was the first in an unprecedented wave of anti-Islam incidents that swept the country in the aftermath of the Paris attack” but now he and his Muslim neighbors seek “forgiveness and reconciliation”:

“VandaSec’s work has sparked wild rumours suggesting someone inside the DWP is running ISIS-supporting accounts, or they were created by intelligence services as a honeypot to trap wannabe jihadis”:

An interview with U.S. Army Special Operations Officer and a global psychological warfare-counterterrorism analyst unveils his letter to Sen. Diane Feinstein that “demonstrates either enormous ineptitude … or something more insidious”:

“Momentum for the illegal oil drilling of Syrian territory by Murdoch, Cheney and the gang is aided by the [pretense] that Golan Heights is already part of Israel. Afek Oil and Gas refers to their newfound field simply as ‘northern Israel'”:

Those unhappy with the court decision want to be able to force men to touch women. No doubt there are those who would like to force women to let men touch them:

A now declassified 93-page document not only “reveals that there was ‘no operational tie between Saddam and al Qaeda’ and no WMD programs. The report reveals that the intelligence community and the US Department of Energy” knew it:

White racists show up in “full gear” to demonstrate against what they describe as “Arab radical Islamists team[ing] up with Nation of Islam/Black Panthers and White anti American Anarchist groups” but turn tail when outnumbered by New Black Panther Party counter-demonstrators:

“This week, the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo published an editorial that answered once and for all the question ‘Is Charlie Hebdo racist?'” by implying that all Muslims, “by just existing and practising, are part of a continuum that climaxes” in terrorism:

Google has removed the application from its store but refuses to state which policies the app violates on the grounds that it “does not comment on individual apps”:

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