London attack: Five dead in Westminster terror attack

London attack: Five dead in Westminster terror attack

London attack: Five dead in Westminster terror attack London : Media captionFootage shows the moment a car sped down Westminster Bridge and a woman fell into the River Thames Five people have died and at least 40 were injured after an attacker drove a car along a pavement in Westminster, stabbed a policeman and was shot dead by police in the grounds of Parliament. The dead officer has been named as PC Keith Palmer, 48, a husband and father. PM Theresa May said the attack was “sick and depraved” and…

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DEMONIC MUSLIM TERROR GROUP ISIS NOW BEING MARKETED AS A BRAND

DEMONIC MUSLIM TERROR GROUP ISIS NOW BEING MARKETED AS A BRAND

DEMONIC MUSLIM TERROR GROUP ISIS NOW BEING MARKETED AS A BRAND SELLING THE RELIGION OF SATAN This comes straight from International Business Times today, that Muslim terror group ISIS, has started to market themselves as a brand with all the fanfare of a Hollywood movie blockbuster. THE IBT REPORTS: “ITS SOCIAL MEDIA SAVVY HAS MADE ISIS A “TERROR BRAND” TO RIVAL AL-QAIDA, WITH SUPPORTERS WORLDWIDE FOLLOWING THE BRUTAL EXPLOITS OF THE ISLAMIST GROUP THROUGH ITS TWITTER UPDATES OR EVEN DOWNLOADING THE GROUP’S OWN APP. NOW SUPPORTERS CAN SHOW THEIR LOYALTY TO…

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It’s official: Pentagon now calling terror group ‘ISIS’

It's official: Pentagon now calling terror group 'ISIS'

It’s official: Pentagon now calling terror group ‘ISIS’ The Pentagon has officially declared the name of the terror group the United States and its allies have been fighting for years is, in fact, ISIS. “We have officially switched to ISIS,” Capt. Jeff Davis, a Pentagon spokesman, said in a briefing with reporters Friday. “They all mean the same thing.” Davis said ISIS already had been used unofficially in the past inside the Pentagon because it was the “easiest to understand.” While “ISIS” has been widely accepted for years as the…

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Terror suspects use human rights law in bid to get their passports back

Terror suspects use human rights law in bid to get their passports back

Terror suspects use human rights law in bid to get their passports back Two terror suspects used Human Rights Law to launch a costly legal bid to get their passports returned so they could travel to Syria to fight with Islamic State. A 19-year-old of Iraqi Kurd from the West Midlands took the Government to the Appeal Court in a failed attempt to force ministers to return his passport, which was seized from him after his elder brother travelled to Iraq to join the Isil terror group. In the same case another…

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