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Radicalisation at the Lal Masjid Mosque in Pakistan
[Update: according to the LA Times, Malik attended Bahauddin Zakariya University in the city of Multan in southern Punjab to study pharmacology from 2007 to 2012. So she wasn't at the Lal Masjid madrassa. Unclear how photo of her with Maulana Abdul Aziz came about.] With the as yet not officially confirmed
He adopted the religion of peace and forthwith proceeded to shatter the peace of his countrymen. In the waning months of 2014, Quebecer Michael Zehaf-Bibeau shot Cpl. Nathan Cirillo in the back, at Canada's National War Memorial in Ottawa. Zehaf-Bibeau then stormed Parliament, but was dispatched by a sergeant-at-arms before he could do further harm.... Read More
A Bangladeshi youth gang in Tower Hamlets, London. Credit: Wikimedia Commons, Bangali71
In my last post, I discussed the revelations from Rotherham, England. In a town of some 250,000 people, at least 1,400 school-age girls have been "groomed" for prostitution by organized gangs. Grooming begins with seduction by "lover boys" and ends in abduction, trafficking, and confinement. It is this final stage that apparently explains why some... Read More
Where’s the beard? And the headscarf? In this photo from the 1980s, the Tsarnaevs look secular and modern (