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The Independent - United Kingdom | 11/01/2016

Government should focus on its citizens now

To prevent the attacks in Cologne from leading to a shift to the right the German left must be more open to people's fears, the centre-left daily The Independent believes: "Even if the far-right is using the Cologne attacks for their agenda, it doesn't mean ordinary people don't have legitimate concerns. It isn't enough to say that German women faced sexual assault from white German men too, one doesn't excuse the other. … If the Left ignores the concerns of ordinary Germans after the Cologne attacks, that would be far worse for everyone, including refugees. It would let the far-right set the agenda and gain more public support. The first priority of any government is the well-being of its citizens, and the German government cannot be blamed if it focuses on that."

Al Jazeera - Qatar | 27/08/2014

Global perspectives: IS more dangerous for Mid East than for West

The growing power of the IS militias in Iraq and Syria poses a far greater threat to the people of the Middle East than to those in the West, columnist Sunny Hundal writes on the blog of the Arabic news channel Al Jazeera: "In the eyes of many jihadis, the Islamic State has established the most successful and feared caliphate in recent history. That in itself has spurred many to join it. The immediate goal of the Islamic State is to forcefully take over other Arab states and bring their subjects under their own banner. The murder of Americans such as James Foley is meant to shock the world, to bring attention and attract more support. But make no mistake: The real threat from the Islamic State is to other Muslims in the Middle East. Sooner or later people across the Middle East will have to face up to this threat."

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