Accuracy in Media

Alleged Islamist Stabs Germans with a Knife at a Train Station

From Fox News: One person was killed and three others were injured Tuesday morning when a knife-wielding suspected Islamist attacked people indiscriminately at a commuter rail station outside Munich, Germany. The attack happened in Grafing, about 20 miles east of Munich, shortly before 5 a.m. (11 p.m. ET Monday). The Munich newspaper Merkur reported that […]

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Hashtag Diplomacy: Nigerian Islamist Group Boko Haram- Exchange Kidnapped Girls for Prisoners

WASHINGTON — While the Western world uses the hashtag “#BringBackOurGirls” to protest the abduction and kidnapping of around 200 Nigerian schoolgirls, their Islamist kidnappers have issued their demands. Reuters reported that Boko Haram, a Nigerian rebel group that murders civilians, Christians and imposes strict Islamic sharia law, announced that they would exchange the schoolgirls for […]

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Tunisia faces Crisis: Opposition plans Protests to unseat Islamist Gov’t

WASHINGTON — Tunisia’s opposition threatens more widespread protests against the current Islamist government, led by the Ennahda party. Reuters reported that the secular opposition are upset how slow the negotiations were going and say that the political stalemate will eventually end the Islamist government’s short rule. The opposition, led by secular parties, are leading in […]

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Fort Hood Killer Gets the Death Penalty

WASHINGTON — With the military trial of U.S. Army major Nidal Hasan past the deliberation stage, the jurors decided to hand down the death penalty for his terrible actions. Reuters reported that Hasan did not present any evidence in his defense and did not offer any statement when the trial closed last Tuesday. Hasan was an […]

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Tunisia calls al-Qaeda’s African branch “Terrorist”

WASHINGTON — The anti-Islamist movement in Tunisia is gaining ground and momentum as the Tunisian government has declared al-Qaeda affiliate Ansar al-Sharia a terrorist organization. Reuters reports that Prime Minister Ali Larayedh declared that his government found ties to the organization related to the assassination of two prominent opposition politicians and killing Tunisian soldiers. Tunisian […]

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Pakistan anti-corruption chief sacked; standstill ensues

WASHINGTON – Pakistan’s anti-corruption agency chief was sacked by the country’s Supreme Court, further underscoring the lack of trust and destabilization within Pakistan. Reuters reports this does not help current issues that are hurting Pakistan. Pakistan, which has nuclear weapons capability, is a hotbed of Taliban militants and Islamists that are trying to upset and […]

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Turkish Prime Minister calls for peace; protests continue

WASHINGTON — Protests continue to rock Istanbul and Ankara as anti-government protesters and demonstrators clash with Turkish police. Reuters reports that these clashes have been ongoing for the past several days and do not look to be stopped anytime soon. The riots were triggered by Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan’s plans to demolish Taksim Square. The […]

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Nigerian Gov’t engaged in fight with Islamist group Boko Haram

WASHINGTON – The Nigerian government’s offensive against the Islamist militant group Boko Haram is in its third week, and this past week resulted in at least 3 militants dead and 25 arrested. Reuters reports Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan declared a state of emergency in the Boko Haram-occupied northeastern states and this national offensive aims to […]

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June 2016

6/13/2016 - Oh, Now the Liberal Media Worries about ISIS and Gays?

May 2016

5/11/2016 - Alleged Islamist Stabs Germans with a Knife at a Train Station

September 2015

9/18/2015 - German Police Officer Hospitalized after Knife Attack by Islamist Extremist

May 2014

5/12/2014 - Hashtag Diplomacy: Nigerian Islamist Group Boko Haram- Exchange Kidnapped Girls for Prisoners

September 2013

9/6/2013 - Tunisia faces Crisis: Opposition plans Protests to unseat Islamist Gov’t

August 2013

8/29/2013 - Fort Hood Killer Gets the Death Penalty

8/28/2013 - Tunisia calls al-Qaeda’s African branch “Terrorist”

June 2013

6/5/2013 - Pakistan anti-corruption chief sacked; standstill ensues

6/3/2013 - Turkish Prime Minister calls for peace; protests continue

6/2/2013 - Nigerian Gov’t engaged in fight with Islamist group Boko Haram