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Islamist hate preacher Anjem Choudhary, who lives in a London suburb and receives over £25,000 a year in government benefits, was filmed urging his followers to "take money from the kuffar [nonbelievers]" while embracing jihad. He claimed Muslims were taking over England, and called Prime Minister Cameron, US President Obama, and the leaders of Egypt and Pakistan devils who should be killed.




Renewed Push for Afghans to Make Peace With Taliban




Afghanistan peace talks: 'The ball is now in the Taliban court'




The Qatar initiative: JUI-F chief features in Doha talks




Ofcom, the UK's independent communications watchdog, disclosed a number of instances in which Muslim TV channels have broadcast "inflammatory" programs in violation of rules that prohibit the one-sided airing of extremist views. Instances include advocacy of: death for apostasy, torture for homosexuals, and the "elimination" of anyone who insults the Prophet Mohammed. The UK has 14 Muslim TV free channels.




Taliban group dismiss tripartite summit outcome on Afghanistan




Muslim patrols could become more prevalent and more violent, warns anti-extremist




British police named seven additional suspects in the 1988 Lockerbie bombing. All of them were said to be members of the Jamahiriya Security Organisation; two died in the Libyan revolution. The sole person convicted for the bombing, Abdil-Basit Al-Maghrahi, died in 2012 in Libya.




UK deploys toy-sized spy drones in Afghanistan




Top Afghan commander: If UK leaves Afghanistan, Taliban will return to launch global jihad




As NATO Prepares for Afghan Withdrawal, Uzbekistan Seeks War's Leftovers




Drone Strike Lawsuit Raises Concerns on Intelligence Sharing




Pakistan still global jihad hub




British cocaine users helping fund Islamic terror groups behind Algerian siege and Mali conflict




The Foreign Office warned British citizens to leave Somaliland after it received notice of a "specific threat" to Westerners there that may involve kidnapping. The Foreign Office issued a similar advisory last week about Benghazi, Libya, after learning of an al Qaeda plot to kidnap British and German citizens.




UK - Muslim Patrol: thugs abuse man in second 'vigilante' video




Germany Abroad: 'Mealy-Mouthed' Foreign Policy Angers Allies




Algeria Attack Shows Reach of Militants




How a pile of explosives I found in a Libyan field may have ended up in the hands of Algerian terrorists




British Fears for Pakistan Linked to Nuclear Weapons: Analyst