Eye on Extremism, August 03, 2017

Associated Press: The Latest: 2 US Troops Killed In Afghanistan Convoy Attack
The latest on developments in Afghanistan (all times local): The Pentagon says that two U.S. service members were killed in an attack on a NATO convoy near Kandarhar in southern Afghanistan. Navy Capt. Jeff Davis, a Pentagon spokesman, confirmed the deaths. There was no information on the number of troops wounded. A suicide bomber struck the convoy and the Taliban took responsibility for the attack. Eyewitness Ghulam Ali, who runs a mechanics shop near the attack site on the outskirts of the city of Kandahar, says he saw a military vehicle on fire on the road. He says helicopters arrived and he saw soldiers being taken away from the scene but could not determine the extent of their injuries. The U.S. military in Afghanistan has refused to provide any information on potential casualties.
Mirror: Chilling List Of Almost 200 ISIS Terrorists Ready To Strike At The Heart Of Europe Discovered In Ruins Of Mosul
A list of 173 ISIS terrorists ‘ready to strike Europe’ has been found in the shattered ruins of the Iraqi city of Mosul. The terrifying list includes names, photos and country of origin of the fanatics, who are mainly from Iraq but also come from Tunisia, Morocco and Jordanan as well as jihadists from Tajikistan and Saudi Arabia, according to German newspaper Die Welt. Six of the terrorists are from Belgium, the Netherlands, France and Germany. The list was said to have been recovered from an ISIS hideout. Interpol have been sent the papers by AQmerican intelligence services, who had first evaluated them. In May, the Die Welt writes, the list was distributed among all European security agencies including Britain’s.
Reuters: U.S. Says ‘Grave’ Consequences If Syria’s Al Qaeda Dominates Idlib Province
“The United States warned a takeover of rebel-held northwestern Idlib province by Syrian jihadists linked to a former al Qaeda affiliate would have grave consequences and make it difficult to dissuade Russia from renewing bombing that recently stopped. In an online letter posted late on Wednesday, the top State Department official in charge of Syria policy, Michael Ratney, said the recent offensive by Hayat Tahrir al Sham, spearheaded by former al Qaeda offshoot Nusra Front, had cemented its grip on the province and put ‘the future of northern Syria in big danger’.”
BBC News: Herat Mosque Blast: IS Says It Was Behind Afghanistan Attack
“So-called Islamic State (IS) has said it was behind an explosion at a mosque in the Afghan city of Herat that killed dozens of people on Tuesday. Two militants carried out the ‘commando’ attack, the IS-affiliated news agency Amaq said. Authorities said the death toll had risen to 33. The blast, which struck the Jawadia mosque, coincided with evening prayers at around 20:00 local time (15:30 GMT). Both attackers – a suicide bomber and a militant armed with a firearm – died. Amaq made the announcement on Wednesday using the messaging app Telegram. Authorities in Herat said that a further 66 people were injured in the attack. Militants threw grenades when they stormed the packed mosque in the predominantly Shia Muslim area.”
New York Times: Qatar Airways Drops Plans To Invest In American Airlines
Qatar Airways’ courtship of American Airlines ended before it really started. On Wednesday, Qatar said it had dropped plans to buy a 10 percent stake in American, an abrupt change less than two months after the company surprised the industry by announcing the investment. In a statement, the state-owned airline cited American’s “latest public disclosure,” seeming to refer to a recent earnings report. Qatar said the disclosure demonstrated the “investment no longer meets our objectives.” But Qatar’s interest, which became public in June, also met immediate resistance in the United States. For years, American has been one of Qatar’s primary foes in Washington. American, along with Delta and United, have accused Qatar and two other Persian Gulf-based carriers of receiving unfair government subsidies. The Gulf carriers have denied the accusations.
Fox News: New US Sanctions A ‘Breach’ Of Nuclear Deal, Iran Says
Iran on Thursday reiterated its assertion that new U.S. sanctions against the Muslim country constitute a “breach” of the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and Western powers. Abbas Araghchi, Iran’s deputy foreign minister and senior nuclear negotiator, repeated the Tehran government’s claim Thursday on the website of Iranian state television. He warned that Iran will come up with a “smart” reaction to the sanctions approved by President Donald Trump and avoid getting “entangled in U.S. policies.” Iran has prepared a list of 16 measures to take against the U.S. action, Araghchi said. He did not elaborate, but said the measures included steps to “improve” Iran’s armed forces.
The Times Of Israel: Man Critically Hurt In Terror Stabbing In Yavneh
“A Palestinian teenager stabbed an Israeli man, critically wounding him, at a supermarket in the central Israeli city of Yavneh on Wednesday morning, police said. After initially saying the motive was unclear, police eventually said the stabbing appeared to have been a terror attack. The stabber was captured by civilians, who held him down until police arrived. He was later identified by the Shin Bet security service as Ismail Ibrahim Ismail Abu Aram, 19, from the West Bank village of Yatta. Graphic security camera footage from inside the Shufersal supermarket in Yavneh, south of Tel Aviv, showed the moments leading up to the attack and the stabbing itself.”
NBC News: Ohio Man Sentenced To 20 Years Over ISIS Threats To Military
“An Ohio man who pleaded guilty to using social media to encourage the killing of members of the U.S. military on behalf of ISIS was sentenced Wednesday to 20 years in prison, the Justice Department said. Terrence J. McNeil, 24, of Akron, earlier pleaded guilty to five counts of solicitation to commit a crime of violence and five counts of making threatening interstate communications, according to the government. He was arrested in November of 2015. Prosecutors have said he used his account on Tumblr, a blogging website, in September of that year to re-post material from the terror group that included several dozen photographs, names and addresses purported to be that of members of the military. The ISIS message ended: “Kill them whenever you find them.”
Reuters: ‘Three Musketeers’ Militant Cell Found Guilty Of Planning UK Attack
“Four members of an Islamist militant cell who referred to themselves as the ‘Three Musketeers’ were found guilty on Wednesday of plotting an attack in Britain after hashing out their plans on an encrypted messaging service. Naweed Ali, 28, Khobaib Hussain, 25, and Mohibur Rahman, 33, and Tahir Aziz, 38, were convicted of terrorism offences by a court in London and are due to be sentenced on Thursday. Ali and Hussain had previously served over three years in prison for terrorism offences after traveling to Pakistan in 2012 for militant training. Rahman had separately been convicted of possessing materials linked to terrorism in 2012.”
United States
NBC News: Trump Says U.S.‘Losing’ Afghan War In Tense Meeting With Generals
“President Donald Trump has become increasingly frustrated with his advisers tasked with crafting a new U.S. strategy in Afghanistan and recently suggested firing the war’s top military commander during a tense meeting at the White House, according to senior administration officials. During the July 19 meeting, Trump repeatedly suggested that Defense Secretary James Mattis and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph Dunford replace Gen. John Nicholson, the commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, because he is not winning the war, the officials said. Trump has not met Nicholson, and the Pentagon has been considering extending his time in Afghanistan.”
Reuters: Trump Admin Willing To Work With Congress On War Authorization: Lawmakers
“Officials from President Donald Trump’s administration are willing to work with Congress as it attempts to pass a new authorization for military operations against Islamic State, U.S. senators said on Wednesday. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis testified at a classified Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing, as it writes an authorization for the fight against the militant group in Syria and Iraq. ‘They expressed a willingness to work on an authorization and I take them at their word,’ Democratic Senator Chris Murphy told reporters.”
Syria
Associated Press: The Latest: Journalists Lightly Wounded In IS Blast In Syria
“Syrian opposition activists and Kurdish officials say several journalists have been lightly wounded in the northern city of Raqqa when the Islamic State group detonated a car bomb near a house they use. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and Kurdish official Nawaf Khalil said the blast occurred Wednesday. Journalist Yazir Othman of the Arab 24 network said several journalists including some with his network suffered bruises because of the blast.”
BBC News: Lebanon Border Jihadists Withdraw To Syria
“Thousands of jihadists and their families are relocating to Syria from the border with Lebanon as part of a ceasefire deal with Hezbollah. Fighters from Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) agreed to withdraw to Idlib province after Hezbollah, backed by Syrian forces, launched an offensive. The jihadists were targeted in the Juroud Arsal region, which had become a bastion for the group. The evacuation follows the exchange of fighters’ bodies and a prisoner swap. Hezbollah’s media unit said about 9,000 jihadists and civilians, including those from refugee camps around the Lebanese town of Arsal, had agreed to leave the area.”
Reuters: Russia Announces ‘De-Escalation Zone’ North Of Syria’s City Of Homs
“Russia’s Defence Ministry and Syria’s opposition have agreed to create a new ‘de-escalation’ zone north of the city of Homs, the ministry spokesman, Igor Konashenkov, was shown saying on Russia’s state Rossiya 24 TV channel on Thursday. A ceasefire in this area is set to take affect at 1200 (0900 GMT) on Thursday, he said. The new de-escalation zone will include 84 settlements populated by more than 147,000 people, Konashenkov said.”
Reuters: Islamic State Attacks Syrian Army East Of Homs: Monitors
“Islamic State militants attacked Syrian government forces and their allies in countryside east of Homs and Hama on Wednesday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.  Heavy fighting raged around the mountainous Jabal al-Shomariya area in Homs province, and the government side was carrying out air strikes there, the British-based monitoring group said. Pro-Damascus media outlets quoted a military source saying warplanes had hit targets in the eastern Hama countryside, which borders Jabal al-Shomariya to the north.”
Reuters: Syrians Evacuate Lebanese Border Camps For Rebel-Held Territory
“Buses carrying Syrian militants and refugees left a Lebanese border area bound for a rebel-held part of Syria on Wednesday, under a deal made after Shi’ite Hezbollah routed Sunni Islamist Nusra Front insurgents in their last foothold at the frontier. Some 7,000 Syrians including 1,000 militants, their families and refugees are to leave the Lebanese town of Arsal and the surrounding border area and head for Syria’s northwestern Idlib province under the deal, Hezbollah-run media outlets said. The transfer echoes deals struck within Syria in which Damascus has shuttled rebels and civilians to Idlib and other opposition areas. Such evacuations have helped President Bashar al-Assad recapture several rebel bastions over the past year, and are criticized by the opposition as amounting to the forced transfer of populations seen as sympathetic to the opposition.”
Reuters: Kremlin: Russian Private Citizens Fighting For Syria’s Assad Are Volunteers
“Any Russian private citizens fighting with pro-government forces in Syria are volunteers and the Russian Defence Ministry has nothing to do with them, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told a conference call with reporters on Wednesday. Based on accounts from families and friends of the dead and local officials, Reuters estimates the actual death toll in Syria among Russian soldiers and private contractors was at least 40 in 2017, far higher than the official figures. ‘If there are Russian citizens in Syria as volunteers and so on, they have nothing to do with the state’, Peskov said.”
The New York Times: Under Trump, A Hollowed-Out Force In Syria Quickly Lost C.I.A. Backing
“The end came quickly for one of the costliest covert action programs in the history of the C.I.A. During a White House briefing early last month, the C.I.A. director, Mike Pompeo, recommended to President Trump that he shut down a four-year-old effort to arm and train Syrian rebels. The president swiftly ended the program. The rebel army was by then a shell, hollowed out by more than a year of bombing by Russian planes and confined to ever-shrinking patches of Syria that government troops had not reconquered. Critics in Congress had complained for years about the costs — more than $1 billion over the life of the program — and reports that some of the C.I.A.-supplied weapons had ended up in the hands of a rebel group tied to Al Qaeda further sapped political support for the program.”
The Washington Post: One Of Syria’s Best-Known Democracy Activists Has Been Executed
“Most of the activists who embraced the calls for freedom that resonated across Syria in 2011 were imprisoned, killed or forced into exile before anyone even knew their names. One whose reputation had become known beyond Syria’s borders was Bassel Khartabil Safadi, an Internet pioneer who embodied the hopes of a new generation that technology could be leveraged to build a fairer world. He was a successful Internet entrepreneur in the years before the 2011 uprising and then became an enthusiastic participant in Syria’s protest movement — until he was detained by government security forces in March 2012.”
Iraq
NPR: Iraqi Troops Vs. Isis: A Campaign Of Revenge
“There is a revenge campaign happening in Mosul. This started when Iraqi forces were fighting to retake the city from ISIS, and it’s gone on since Iraq regained control of it. Soldiers have been rounding up and prosecuting anyone suspected to be a member of ISIS or related to one or a sympathizer of the terrorist group. In many cases, those detained are abused and executed. Human rights observers say the tactics being used by the military are war crimes. I mean in terms of executions, we’re seeing men being shot. We’re seeing even more grotesque cases – for example, men being thrown off cliffs into the Tigris River and then being shot upon as they land. Numerous cases of really severe torture, sometimes leading to death.”
Turkey
The New York Times: President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Of Turkey Replaces Top Military Chiefs
“President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey on Wednesday approved new leaders for the army, navy and air force, in the biggest reshuffling since he won new powers for the presidency in a referendum in April. The appointments come amid a continuing government purge of officers and civilians suspected of participating in a failed coup last year, but also as part of a longer term effort to impose civilian control over the once-dominant Turkish military.”
Reuters: French National Detained In Turkey After Crossing From Iraq: Agency
“Turkish border guards have detained a French national at the border with Iraq after he was found to have photographs and interviews with Kurdish militia fighters among his possessions, Turkey’s state-run Anadolu news agency said on Wednesday. It said the man, identified as Loup Jean Rene Bureau, was detained last week after entering Turkey at the Habur crossing. He appeared in court in the provincial capital Sirnak on Tuesday and was remanded in custody on suspicion of assisting a terrorist organization, Anadolu said citing a security official.”
Afghanistan
Reuters: Embassy, Mosque Attacks Fuel Fears ISIS Bringing Iraq War To Afghanistan
“Attacks on the Iraqi embassy and a Shi’ite mosque in Afghanistan have reinforced fears that Islamic State militants are seeking to bring the group’s Middle East conflict to Central Asia, though evidence of fighters relocating from Iraq and Syria remains elusive. Islamic State said it carried out Monday’s attack against the embassy in Kabul, which began with a suicide bomber blowing himself up at the compound’s main gate, allowing gunmen to enter the building and battle security forces.”
NPR: Ambush Hits NATO Convoy In Afghanistan, Killing 2 U.S. Service Members
“Two U.S. service members were killed Wednesday when a NATO convoy came under attack outside the southern Afghan city of Kandahar, according to the Pentagon. It was not immediately clear how many people were wounded in the violence, which unfolded near an American base. The Taliban quickly claimed responsibility for the bombing, saying a militant carried out a suicide attack with a truck packed with explosives. NATO’s Resolute Support mission in the country confirmed an assault on its convoy but did not offer further details. ‘We are working to gather additional information as quickly as possible,’ the coalition said in a statement.”
Middle East
Newsweek: Hamas Summer Camp Teaches Children How To Liberate Jerusalem Holy Site, Says Report
“New footage appears to show children in the Gaza Strip attending a camp run by the territory’s militant rulers, Hamas, re-enacting clashes over the contested Jerusalem holy site at the heart of recent tensions. The footage, first published on the YouTube channel of Hamas-affiliated news site Al-Resalah on July 19, shows children dressed as Hamas fighters and a replica entrance to the holy site known as Haram al-Sharif, or the Noble Sanctuary, to Muslims and the Temple Mount to Jews. It is the third-holiest site in Islam and the holiest in Judaism.”
The Times Of Israel: IDF Troops Raid West Bank Home Of Yavneh Terrorist
“Israeli troops raided the West Bank home of a Palestinian terrorist who stabbed an Israeli man, critically wounding him, at a supermarket in the central Israeli city of Yavneh on Wednesday, the army said. Just before noon, Ismail Ibrahim Ismail Abu Aram, 19, from the village of Yatta, attacked a 43-year-old employee of a Shufersal supermarket. Abu Aram fled the scene but was tackled and pinned to the ground by civilian bystanders until police arrived and arrested him. The victim was rushed to the nearby Kaplan Medical Center with life threatening injuries and was being operated on, a hospital spokesperson said.”
Nigeria
Reuters: Boko Haram Wing Tied To IS Marks Resurgence By Kidnapping Oil Workers
“A Boko Haram faction with ties to Islamic State and responsible for the kidnapping of a Nigerian oil prospecting team which led to at least 37 people being killed has become a deadly force capable of carrying out highly-organized attacks. Nigerian government forces have focused on crushing the best-known branch of the Islamist militant group whose leader Abubakar Shekau has led an eight-year insurgency to create an Islamic state in the northeast which has killed thousands. But while Nigeria has claimed the capture of Shekau’s main base in the Sambisa forest and freed many of more than 200 schoolgirls abducted by his faction in April 2014 in Chibok town, a rival wing has developed the capacity to carry out attacks on a larger scale.”
Reuters: Bombed Camp In Northeast Nigeria Threatened Anew By Death
“Six months after a botched military strike rocked their refuge, tens of thousands of Nigerians who thronged the camp to escape Boko Haram are now struggling to survive, aid agencies said on Wednesday. Nigeria’s air force says it accidentally attacked the camp in the town of Rann in January, in a strike intended to hit the Islamist militants, because the site was not marked on its maps. Local officials at the time put the death toll at more than 200 people; aid group Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) says at least 112 were killed and about 150 were injured in the bombing. The start of the rainy season has cut off access to Rann, leaving more than 60,000 people to rely on limited food and drug supplies that were last delivered weeks ago, aid agencies say.”
United Kingdom
BBC News: Terror Suspect Arrested At London Southend Airport
“A man has been arrested at London Southend Airport on suspicion of preparation of acts of terrorism. Officers from the Metropolitan Police’s Counter Terrorism Command stopped the 49-year-old on Tuesday under schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act 2000. He was taken to a south London police station, where he remains in police custody. A search by officers of an address in Essex has also been carried out. Southend Airport is about 40 miles from central London and its destinations include Italy, Spain and Hungary.”
Germany
Newsweek: German Police Test Facial Recognition Cameras At Berlin Station Amid Attack Fears
“German police deployed the first facial recognition cameras at a main railway station in Berlin on Tuesday, testing new technology that could help track and arrest crime and terrorism suspects. ‘We want to test how good the technology really is,’ police spokesman Jens Schobranski said of the six-month pilot project, part of a promise by Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives to raise funds for police and security. Opinion polls in the run-up to a general election next month show many voters are worried about security, partly after attacks by asylum seekers stoked criticism of Merkel’s decision to allow in more than one million migrants.”
Newsweek: Most Important Issues: Germans, Unlike Americans, More Worried About Climate Change Than War Or Terror
“The German public is more worried about climate change than war or terrorism, according to a survey that shows the yawning gulf between Germans and Americans on the issue. According to the poll, conducted by Kantar Emnid Institute for the publisher Funke Mediengruppe, 71 percent of Germans said they were most personally worried by climate change. Potential future wars were named as the most worrying issue by 65 percent and terror attacks by 63 percent. In the U.S., Gallup regularly asks Americans for what they consider to be the most important problem.”
Europe
BBC News: Migrant Crisis: Italy Approves Libya Naval Mission
“Italy’s parliament has approved a plan to send naval boats to Libya as part of efforts to stop migrants crossing the Mediterranean Sea. Two vessels are being deployed initially, in what the government says is an operation to help the Libyan coastguard and target people smugglers. Italy is the main recipient of migrants making the dangerous crossing from Libya. Earlier Italy impounded a German rescue ship on the island of Lampedusa. The crew on board the Iuventa, operated by German NGO Jugend Rettet, is being questioned on the orders of the Italian prosecutor.”
The Hill: NATO’s Role In Fighting Post-Caliphate ISIS Looms Large
“With the Islamic State defeated in Mosul and on the ropes in Raqqa, NATO is trying to assess what its role could or should be in the post-caliphate phase of the counterterrorism fight to come. The alliance has an important role to play, but it should stick close to its traditional mission and skillset. At its core, NATO is a military alliance, not a counterterrorism (CT) agency. The spike in international terror incidents in the West and the unrelenting instability rocking the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, provided a stark backdrop for the blunt comments of President Trump about NATO’s need to do more on counterterrorism. NATO, then presidential-candidate Trump said in May 2016, was ‘obsolete.’”
ISIS
Al-Hayat: Egypt: Two Women Bankrolled ISIS Cell
“Investigations by the Supreme State Security Prosecution in connection to ISIS’s “Upper Egypt” cell revealed that two women had been financing its terrorist operations. They provided money and used members of the group as intermediaries to purchase weapons and explosives for use in its attacks. The investigations, initiated by the Supreme State Security Prosecution, claimed that “two women fugitives had financed the terrorist operations of the group. The leader of the organization {in Egypt} Mustafa Ahmed Abdel-Aal was mandated by ISIS leaders abroad to establish a terrorist cell under the name “Wilayat Upper Egypt” whose members embrace terror and Takfiri ideologies. These include declaring the {country’s} ruler and members of the armed forces and police as infidels, thus allowing the group’s militants to kill them. In addition, this ISIS cell targeted the Christian community {in Egypt}, including seizure of their funds and properties, launching hostile operations against them and against vital installations of the country.”
Muslim Brotherhood
Veto: Strict Oversight Of Five Muslim Brotherhood Associations In Egypt’s Luxor
“Luxor Social Solidarity Directorate is engaged in continuous monitoring of banned Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated associations. Head of the Luxor Social Solidarity Directorate, Ahmed Obaid disclosed that the Directorate identified 22 NGOs funded by the Muslim Brotherhood. According to Obeid, there are five associations whose funds have not been confiscated. This is because they attained security approval to continue their work in providing aid to citizens. However, the activities of these associations are subject to tight controls by the Social Solidarity Directorate. The Directorate prepares frequent reports on them and submits them to the Ministry on an ongoing basis.”
The Seventh Day: Egypt: Review Of Lawsuit To Revoke Decision To Seize Muslim Brotherhood Assets
“On Thursday, Egypt’s Administrative Court, headed by Judge Sami Abdel Hamid, Deputy-Chairman of the State Council Club, reviewed the lawsuit submitted by Muslim Brotherhood legal representative, Osman Anani. The suit demands a revocation of the Prime Minister’s decision issued on October 2nd, 2013, which established a committee to seize assets owned by the Muslim Brotherhood in implementation of the Cairo Court on Urgent Matters’ decision of September 23rd, 2013 to ban the Muslim Brotherhood. The lawsuit claimed that the Court of Urgent Matters is not authorized or competent to hear the case.”
Sout Alomma: Muslim Brotherhood Asset Freeze Committee Detected Group’s Financial Movements In Egypt
“The Muslim Brotherhood Asset Freeze Committee succeeded in detecting the financial movements used by the group in funding its terrorist operations. The Committee estimates the total sum of the funds it manages at 50 billion pounds ($2.8 billion). These funds were intended for use by the group for the destruction of the Egyptian state. However, the Committee foiled these schemes by seizing assets owned by the group’s leaders, its schools and its affiliated companies. For three years, members of the Committee have been conducting investigations to uncover facts and figures about the funds of the Muslim Brotherhood which were collected for the benefit of its armed cells. The ruling by the Court of Urgent Matters put an end to this complex network of assets, owned and dispersed among first degree relatives of the Brotherhood’s leaders.”
Veto: Egypt: Decision To Form A Committee To Seize Assets Belonging To 1538 Muslim Brotherhood Members
“A judicial source in Egypt’s Attorney-General’s Office disclosed that a decision was issued to form a committee to seize funds owned by 1538 Muslim Brotherhood members. This follows a ruling issued in January by the Criminal Court to include them for three years on the lists of terrorist entities. The ruling stressed that those listed are subject to a travel ban, the loss of the “good reputation” necessary for competing for state jobs, and their assets must be impounded.”
Hamas
Alsharq Times: Hamas Leadership In Turkey Funds The Leadership In Hebron
“The Israeli Shin Bet security service made public on Thursday that it had uncovered the channels through which funds were being transferred through envoys from the Hamas leadership in Turkey, via the Gaza Strip and on to Hebron. According to the information announced on Thursday, the transfer of funds began sometime in 2016. In the course of recent Israeli investigations, the Shin Bet learned of a plot to transfer $200,000 {from Turkey to Hamas leaders in Hebron} and thwarted it.”

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  1. What is really useful for me in your blog are the extensive quotations from newspapers like the New York Times that operate behind a paywall. I cannot afford to subscribe to all of them – and rapidly run out of “free articles” every month.

    Thank you

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