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Halawa Family Values

Over the past couple of weeks I have written several times about Islam in Ireland, the different entities involved and what their goals are, along with recent events pertaining to extremism. I began with the intention of giving you a proper idea of the Halawa family and their connections and also the truth about why Ibrahim Halawa is enjoying a …

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A busy week for the jihadis

We saw yesterday an Islamic jihadi successfully challenge his deportation and secure a day in the Supreme court at the end of the month. The usual garbage excuse of ‘muh human rights’ has been trotted out as he fears torture if he is sent back to the hellhole he slithered out of. This is the get out of jail free …

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Garda SDU monitoring Islamic activity nationwide

It seems that our Special Detective Unit are actively monitoring several Islamic extremists here in Ireland This information comes hot on the heels of the much publicised arrests made in Waterford over the last couple of weeks, involving an ISIS affiliated money laundering operation. In an article posted yesterday on thejournal.ie it is maintained that upwards of 20 people nationwide …

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Islamic groups in Ireland

Following on from my article last week about The Muslim Brotherhood, I have sought to deduce further the presence of different groups and mechanisms here in Ireland that promote Islamic interests. This has thrown up several interesting and discomfiting results. While I don’t intend to write a thesis about it I will try to flesh things out enough that you …

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The Muslim Brotherhood

The public face of subversive Islamic activity in the west I mentioned in a previous article that I intend to write about the Halawa family, the circumstances around their involvement in the Egyptian uprising that resulted in Ibrahim Halawa’s detention and their community. I have concluded that the best way to go about this is in several parts and in …

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