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Turkish parliament approves anti-terrorism financing law

By Reuters / 8 Feb 2013

Turkey’s parliament has approved a long-awaited anti-terrorism financing law two weeks ahead of a deadline which could have seen it expelled from an international watchdog, parliamentary officials said on Thursday.

Turkey is on a “grey list” of countries drawn up by the 36-member Financial Action Task Force (FATF), a money-laundering watchdog, for failing to implement the legislation required by its members despite being pressed for years.


Decade of US 'War on Terror' Yields More 'Terrorism'

Source : Agencies | 05 Dec 2012

After more than eleven years of the US waging wars abroad in the name of "fighting terrorism" a new report released Tuesday shows that the number of global terror attacks has dramatically increased during the post-9/11 era, not decreased.


We are not at war with Islam

By Wilfredo Amr Ruiz | Huffingtonpost | 23 May 2012

Former President George W. Bush and President Barack Obama have persistently affirmed: “We are not at war with Islam,” trying to assure 1.7 billion Muslims that the military actions of the so-called “war against terrorism” do not constitute belligerence against Islam or Muslims.


Homegrown Muslim Terrorism Plots Decreased Again In 2011

By Andrea Stone |Huffingtonpost| 9 Feb 2012

WASHINGTON -- A new study of homegrown terrorism involving Muslim Americans suggests that the alarm bells set off by Republicans in Congress over sleeper cells of Islamic extremists may be much too loud.


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