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Argentine lawyer to file a lawsuit accusing Israel of genocide

Rabat - A lawyer from Argentina is reportedly planning to file a lawsuit in federal court in the capital city of Buenos Aires accusing Israel of crimes against humanity and genocide, according to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA).  The lawyer, Carlos Slepoy told Argentine newspaper Pagina/12 on Tuesday that the lawsuit comes as a response to Israel's Operation Protective Edge, a 50-day onslaught on the Ga ...

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Saudi Arabia Jails Takfiri Supporters for 13 Years for Fighting Overseas

Marrakech - Last February, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia confirmed that Saudi citizens who fight in foreign conflicts could be jailed for up to 20 years, reported Middle East Eye. A court in Saudi Arabia on Monday sentenced 13 defendants for up to 10 years in prison on charges that included joining an Islamist group and fighting overseas. The 13 were part of a larger group of 32 defendants and were convicte ...

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The unclear tactics against ISIS

Marrakech - The so-called Islamic States in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) reportedly shot down a Syrian government fighter aircraft on Tuesday, according to Reuters. It marked the first time the group has downed an aircraft. The attack occurred near Raqqa, an ISIS stronghold in northern Syria. Last week, US President Barack Obama authorized air strikes against ISIS forces in Syria, widening the area of US involveme ...

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Morocco hosts second informal meeting on foreign fighters in Syria

Rabat - Rabat is hosting this Tuesday the second informal meeting on foreign fighters in Syria, co-sponsored by Morocco and the European Union. The meeting, held after the Brussels session held last February, is co-chaired by secretary general of the Moroccan ministry of foreign affairs and cooperation, Nasser Bourita, and the EU counterterrorism coordinator Gilles De Kerchove. Several EU member-states, Ara ...

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Islamic state fighters are near Israel border, says Free Syrian Army

Rabat - The Islamic State (IS), the terror group that is wreaking havoc across Syria and Iraq is reportedly making its way quietly into Israel. According to the Israeli newspaper Times of Israel and based on sources from the Free Syrian Army (FSA) with good knowledge of the situation on the ground, some 6000 Islamist fighters previously thought to be Syrian jihadists from al-Qaeda-affiliated Al-Nusra Front ...

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British Government to Curb Muslim Brotherhood Activities in London

Marrakech - In an exclusive article The Daily Telegraph reported that the British government will curtail Muslim Brotherhood activities and visits to London by activists following a report by Sir John Jenkins, Britain’s Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, which was commissioned by Prime Minister David Cameron. The report highlighted Muslim Brotherhood links with terrorists and armed groups in the Middle East. The D ...

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Shocking: Caged fox burned to death in Saudi Arabia

Agadir - The Saudi wildlife Commission has launched a public appeal to help identify a group of young Saudi men who appeared in a video burning a caged fox to death, according to Gulfnews.  The gruesome video shows young Saudis pouring what seems to be a highly inflammable substance on the helpless creature inside a cage before burning him. A voice heard in the background saying that the fox was punished be ...

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Morocco Absent from Paris Conference on ISIS

Rabat- Morocco will not take part in a conference scheduled to be held in Paris on Monday to devise a strategy to destroy the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq (ISIS). The conference, which is being convened by French President, Francois Hollande, will be attended by 30 countries, including the United States, the United Kingdom, China, Russia, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, United Arab Emi ...

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David Cameron Says Murder of David Haines ‘Act of Pure Evil’

New York - Immediately after the release of the a new video in which the ISIS claims it has beheaded a British Hostage, British Prime Minister, David Cameron, said on Saturday night his murder “in an act of pure evil.” Reacting to the news on killing of the British citizen, said on his Twitter. “The murder of David Haines is an act of pure evil. My heart goes out to his family who have shown extraordinary c ...

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ISIS Allegedly Beheads British Hostage

Rabat - The ISIS has allegedly released a new video in which it claims that it has beheaded a British man, who had been held hostage in Syria since his abduction by the terrorist the group last year, according to Al Jazeera English. According to the same source, David Haines, 44, was killed by the ISIS following the British government's decision to arm Kurdish peshmerga fighters in Iraq against the Islamic ...

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Displacement of Peoples Threatens World Security and Stability

Marrakech - The European Border agency, Frontex, is responsible for protecting Europe’s borders from the growing numbers of refugees and asylum seekers from Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and Africa, who are fleeing violence, genocide and poverty, in search of a better life in the European Union (EU). Thousands are dying in unseaworthy boats, victims of unscrupulous people traffickers. Off the coast of North Afri ...

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President Obama’s Call to Action Against ISIS

Marrakech - Last night President Obama laid out a strategy calling for a coalition against the group calling itself the Islamic State (ISIS). The American people, weary of war in Iraq and Afghanistan, have apparently given the president their support to degrade the capability of ISIS forces and to destroy them. Bombing raids have already been taking place on ISIS forces in Iraq, and the President announced ...

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