Islam is now busy establishing itself here in the West; indeed, it is the fastest-growing religion in the West today. Therefore, the West is in great danger of being taken back 1400 years to a bygone age, an altogether less enlightened age, a dark age. Mark Alexander, Author: The Dawning of a New Dark Age: A Collection of Essays on Islam
Shimon Peres, who served twice as Israel's prime minister and once as president, has died at the age of 93. In May 2015, he spoke to BBC Newsnight's Evan Davis. He said: “There are people who say it’s impossible to make peace between the Arabs and Israel or the Jewish people. I think they are wrong.”
Jihad Watch director Robert Spencer discusses two recent protests by Muslims against the labeling of the 9/11 hijackers as Islamic terrorists, and shows how they're part of ongoing efforts to intimidate Americans into thinking it wrong to oppose jihad terror.
Two improvised explosive devices have gone off in the eastern German city of Dresden, targeting a mosque and an international conference center. No one was injured, according to police, although the mosque was severely damaged.
With weeks to go until the US presidential election, the two main candidates have held their first TV debate. Republican Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton fought over the economy, national security and foreign policy. Polls suggest the race for the country's top job is close. So, can televised debates change how people vote?
Turkey has launched a major military campaign in Syria, vowing to destroy Islamic State and contain Kurdish forces from expanding in the area. With a handful of international players already active in the conflict, it’s proving difficult to operate in a complex web of allegiances on the ground. On the home front, Ankara is reeling from a failed military coup, facing a Kurdish insurgency, terrorism and struggling to cope with millions of Syrian refugees on its borders. Can Turkey contain its acute troubles? And how far can it take the battle against ISIS? We're joined by a central figure in Turkey’s political establishment, former President Abdullah Gül, on SophieCo.