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Film Depicting Prophet Mohammed That Sparked 2012 Riots Can Go Back Online

A federal court ruled Google can post a video that caused anti-U.S. riots in 2012. Whether the tech giant does remains to be seen.

Dispatch

Lebanon’s ‘Democracy of the Gun’

In a crowded Palestinian refugee camp, a remarkable experiment is underway: peace between Hamas and Fatah. And all because they fear the Islamic State.

The Cable

Pamela Geller’s Anti-Muslim Crusade Gearing Up After Garland Shooting

After the shooting in Garland, Pamela Geller is promising to ramp up her anti-Muslim campaign.

The Cable

Controversial MEK Leader, Asked to Talk Islamic State, Instead Talks Iran

An Iranian dissident was asked to testify to Congress on the Islamic State. She used the occasion to call for regime change in Iran.

Voice

Matt Bors’ Death Wish

At least I won't have to read your think pieces.

Passport

Nigerians See Cynicism in Army’s Speculation of Chibok Girls’ Rescue

The Nigerian Army announced Tuesday that it rescued hundreds of women and girls from a Boko Haram camp in northern Nigeria. But its decision to clarify that it wasn't clear whether some were the missing Chibok girls sparked anger on social media.

The Cable

Democrats Want to Ban Islamophobic Lawmaker From the U.S.

In a letter obtained by Foreign Policy, two Democratic members of Congress are urging the Obama administration to ban a Dutch lawmaker from entry into the United States due to his controversial views on Islam.

Passport

Looking for Medical Care? Islamic State Has Got You Covered

A new Islamic State video featuring doctors from India and Australia encourages western medical professionals to move to Raqqa and join the caliphate.

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