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James Foley, Aleppo, July, 2012, with his weapon of choice

James Foley, Aleppo, July, 2012, with his weapon of choice

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Mojimi prvotnými reakciami na popravu amerického novinára Jamesa Foleya islamistickými militantmi boli zdesenie a pobúrenie. Moje pocity sa však zmenili, keď som sa o Foleyho práci dozvedel viac. Gregory Hood píše:

„Foley svojou prácou sledoval špecifickú agendu, keďže sa pokúšal odhaliť ,zverstvá’ Asadovho režimu a podporiť ,demokratické’ hnutie. Read more …

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Why You Should Watch Beheading Videos

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Modernity is a dream. It is a dream that we can make the world something other than what it is through technology, prosperity, and above all “education.”

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Journalists Lie, People Die 
Second Thoughts on Foley

James Foley, Aleppo, July, 2012, with his weapon of choice

James Foley, Aleppo, July, 2012, with his weapon of choice

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Slovak translation here

My initial reaction to the beheading of American journalist James Foley by Islamic militants was horror and outrage. But then I learned more about Foley’s work, and my feelings changed. As Gregory Hood writes:

[Foley] had a specific agenda with his work–he was trying to expose the “atrocities” of the Assad regime and support the “democracy” movement. Read more …

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At War with Ourselves in the Middle East

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“Briton” executes American in Caliphate

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For the first time since 1815, Britain and the US are effectively at war, although rather than the bayous of Louisiana or the forests of the Canadian borders, the battleground is the deserts of the Middle East, where a “Brit” with a London accent — dubbed by the ever inventive and alliterative UK press “Jihad John” — took fanatical pleasure is hacking off the head of an American journalist after US forces bombed Islamic State forces advancing on Kurdish positions.  Read more …

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