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France Sets an Example on How to Fight Islamism

If there is one state head that does not mince words regarding Islamic terrorism it is Immanuel Macron.

The Madrasa Menace

In the Shopian district of Jammu and Kashmir three teachers of a Madrasa, an Islamic seminary, were arrested under Public Safety Act (PSA) after it came to light that thirteen students from the madrasa joined radical Islamic terrorist organizations.

Kerala and West Bengal – Hotbeds of Islamic Terror

If we go by the political developments that are taking place, Kerala and West Bengal are on course to become radical Islamic terror hubs. Kerala has acquired the notoriety of being the state that supplied a significant number of ‘human resources’ to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), a dreaded terrorist organization.

An Indian’s Perspective on 9/11

Today is the 18th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, in which thousands of innocent people lost their lives. Now, who killed them? Terrorists?...

Controlling The Narrative On Kashmir

Around a month ago, people started speculating that something momentous was going to happen in Kashmir when they first heard about massive troop deployment....

Pakistan: Besieged on All Fronts

The Pulwama terror attack and the subsequent events that included the IAF’s airstrike on Pakistan’s Balakot and an aerial dogfight between the two air...

Five reasons Modi may retain power

As the long and arduous elections in India are nearing completion, the predictions about who might win are gathering pace. The entire campaigning is...

Know The True Face Of Islamic Terror

“Terrorism has no religion” and “Islam is a religion of peace” are the statements we hear after each terror attack that snuffs out scores...

Has the world run out of ideas on how to combat terrorism?

These days, terrorists are striking and extinguishing the lives of innocent civilians almost on a daily basis.  Hardly a day goes by without reading...

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