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Prominent Cleric: Wahabis sowing seeds of discord among Muslims
Islamic Republic News Agency

Egypt agrees to forward Iranˈs humanitarian aid to Gaza

3,236 Kgs of narcotic drugs seized in southeast Iran- 11 hours ago Prominent Cleric: Wahabis sowing seeds of discord among Muslims- 13 hours ago Asian FIBA U-18 Basketball: Iran defeats Hong Kong mightily- 13 hours ago Iran-Iraq pipeline ready ... Islamic Republic News Agency, 1 week ago
Prominent Cleric: Wahabis sowing seeds of discord among Muslims Islamic Republic News Agency, 1 week ago
US must rethink its policies on ISIL: Iran Daily Islamic Republic News Agency, 1 week ago

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Oman Observer

Oman National Optimist Championship ends

Zakariya al Wahabi to represent country at Asian Games; seven promising young sailors honoured - MUSCAT — Oman Sail concluded Oman's first National Optimist Championship last week with a prize-giving ceremony that saw seven promising young ...
 Oman Observer2 weeks ago Oman's inaugural National Optimist Championship ends  Oman Tribune2 weeks ago

Online radicalism

The news report of 18 Indians joining the ISIS is alarming. The movement of Saudi Wahabi preachers in Kerala and Tamil Nadu cannot be left unchecked as it will lead to more Indians being brainwashed. India cannot afford to allow young people to turn radical ...
 Asian Age1 month ago Alarming case of Indians joining ISIS war in Iraq  Rediff.com1 month ago
Channel 4

Wife of alleged jihadist soldier helped fund terrorism

The wife of a suspected British jihadist fighter in Syria has been found guilty of funding terrorism. Amal El-Wahabi, aged 27, arranged to send 20,000 euros in cash to Turkey at the request of husband Aine Davis. But her friend Nawal Msaad, also ...
 ITV.com2 weeks ago Wife of terrorist fighting in Syria pawned her wedding ring to buy nappies and complained she was starving while he sent her pictures posing with AK47s  Capital Bay1 month ago Jihadist's wife guilty of financially supporting terrorism  Homeland Security News Wire2 weeks ago Jihadi wife guilty over 'cash in knickers' terror plot  Channel 42 weeks ago

ALARMING: Growing Wahabi influence in India drives 2 Thane boys, 16 others to join ISIS in Iraq

Iraq.jpg" style="border-style:solid; border-width:0px; float:left; margin:5px"/> Mumbai/Thane: Two days after Intelligence Bureau warned that the movement of Saudi Wahabi preachers in Southern states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu may lead to more ...
 Daily Bhaskar1 month ago
ITV.com

Young woman who tried to smuggle 20000 euros in her knickers on flight to Turkey is CLEARED of funding jihadists in Syria

El-Wahabi collapsed in dock as she was convicted and Msaad sobbed El-Wahabi is the first Briton to be convicted under terror laws of funding jihadi fighters
 Big News Network2 weeks ago UK woman convicted of funding terrorism in Syria  FOXNews.com2 weeks ago UK court clears woman who had Syria jihad cash in underwear  Now News2 weeks ago Woman not guilty over Syria underwear cash  ITV.com2 weeks ago
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Faruqi killing: Wahabi, Moududi followers blamed

The followers of Wahabi, Moududi are responsible for Ahle Sunnat leader Shaikh Nurul Islam Faruqi killing, alleged the leaders of a non-political organisation. Advocate Mosaheb Uddin Bakhtiar, presidium member of Ahle Sunnat, has made the ...
 Dhaka Tribune5 days ago Police claim extremists killed Faruqi  Dhaka Tribune12 hours ago Ahle Sunnat threatens tougher movement  Dhaka Tribune17 hours ago
Sott.net

Sex, drugs and jihad: Meet the British dupes funnelling laundered cash to heart-eating terrorists in Iraq and Syria

Rex Features Amal el-Wahabi and Nawal Msaad, old schoolfriends who were together accused of being drawn into the Syrian conflict. Amal el-Wahabi and Nawal Msaad were the first British women to be tried for terror offences linked to Syria, but the ...
 Sott.net2 weeks ago British student Nawal Msaad cleared of attempting to smuggle cash to Syrian jihadists in her underwear  Big News Network2 weeks ago Nawal Msaad CLEARED of funding jihadists in Syria  Capital Bay2 weeks ago Traveller is cleared of funding terrorism  Times of Malta2 weeks ago
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Irish Examiner

Two unlikely jihadis the weed-smoking kaffir and the ignorant dupe

They made unlikely jihadis; Amal el-Wahabi was described by her own barrister as a "foul-mouthed, phone-addicted, weed-smoking kaffir", Nawal Msaad a glamorous university student who had
 Big News Network2 weeks ago My client is a foul-mouthed, weed-smoking kaffir but is not a terrorist  Irish Examiner4 weeks ago Terror charge against 'talkaholic' is preposterous, court told  4 Traders4 weeks ago Counsel ridicules 'terrorist' claim  Yahoo! UK and Ireland4 weeks ago
Eurasia Review

Western Complicity In Nurturing Islamic Extremism OpEd

By Nauman Sadiq In its July 2013 report [1] the European Parliament identified the Wahabi-Salafi roots of global terrorism, but the report conveniently absolved the Western powers of their culpability and chose to overlook the Western ...
 Eurasia Review3 weeks ago Role Of Saudi Arabia, As Caliphs Of Islam, In Promoting Islamic Extremism And Jihadism OpEd  Eurasia Review1 month ago
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