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All Muslims must stand together and not only condemn them but work together to defeat extremists like ISIS. Some critics of Islam blame the strict interpretation of Islam by Wahhabism a Saudi strand of Islam and the teaching of children to curse and hate kuffars for the rise in fundamentalism and extremism.
After over a decade of futile bloodshed, David Cameron has declared ''mission accomplished'' in regards to the war in Afghanistan. It's hard not to wonder just how firm his grasp on reality is.
Despite the US-led invasion of Afghanistan starting back in October 2001, around 9,000 British soldiers still remain stationed in the country to this day, with a remit of training up local military forces to take over security by the end of 2014.
A combination of US foreign policy interests, the sheer emotiveness of 9/11 and misinformation has meant that there are still many questions unanswered about 9/11 and AQ.
A British man dubbed "supergrass" has told a court Osama Bin Laden boasted of a planned attack which would cause the US economy
Radical Muslim cleric Abu Qatada will be released from maximum security Long Lartin prison today, it has been reported. Government
Abu Qatada, the radical cleric described as "Osama bin Laden's right-hand man in Europe" is to be banned from taking his
Bin Laden doesn't belong to the Twitter and Face book generation. He is obsolete and his ideas don't appeal to anyone except the most narrow-minded fanatics who are a very small minority. He caused the death of thousands of Muslims.
The US has killed Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda's second-in-command, but the Arab Spring has killed Al-Qaeda as a Jihadist movement.
A war on any noun is usually one doomed to failure; so far the war on terror is not proving to be the exception to the rule and probably the reason why the term has been dropped by the Obama administration. While those in the East suffer the most from the rise in Al-Qaeda inspired terrorism, those in the West are also constantly at risk. As the tenth anniversary of 9/11 looms closer perhaps it is a good time to reflect and evaluate the effectiveness of our approach in tackling this threat. Only with the Muslim community leading from the front will we defeat this scourge of global terror and replace hate with hope.