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Adrian Morgan, writer on counterterrorism and other issues, discusses issues of Islamism, security, terrorism and dhimmitude from a global perspective.
Every Friday from 6 pm Eastern Time onwards (Current times in Europe: 10 pm GMT, Australia: Saturday 9 am EST).
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Shia Sunni Conflict - In Belgium, a Shia woman is arrested for trying to attack the Rida mosque. She blames the conflict in Syria, where the rebels are Sunni and Assad is Shia. With Iran - a supporter of the Syrian regime - threatening to plunge the Mideast into a nuclear crisis, are tensions between Sunni and Shia reaching a new high? The original Fitnah that led to the Battle of Kerbala is discussed, along with the bizarre Shia strains of fivers, seveners and twelvers.
Hizbollah is a Shia terrorist group, funded by Iran. But what about Hamas which has relied upon Iranian funding? Khaled Meshaal, leader of Hamas, this year announced that he would be moving out of his refuge in Syria. Yemen's Shia leader stepped down on three weeks ago - already Al Qaeda is threatening his successor and killed 90 soldiers after he took power. Is the Shia-Sunni conflict continuing in Yemen?
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