The man known as “Jihadi John” — the ‘face’ of Islamic state terror group (ISIS), has been identified.

U.S. intelligence officials identified the man dubbed “Jihadi John” as 27-year-old Mohammed Emwazi of London, England.

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President Obama

As far as President Barack Obama is concerned, the words “Muslim terrorists”, “radical Islam” and “Muslim extremists” don’t exist.

“No religion is responsible for terrorism — people are responsible for violence and terrorism,” Obama told a group of Muslim leaders at a summit held at the White House on Wednesday, the NY Post reports.

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ISIS rebels attack oil refineries

After capturing a large swath of northern Iraq, ISIS rebels are continuing their push into the southern regions of Baghdad, capturing oil refineries along the way.

If Iraq oil becomes restricted or taken off line, oil prices are expected to hit $200 per barrel.

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The 223 Kidnapped Nigerian Schoolgirls Have Names

A partial list of names of the 223 Nigerian schoolgirls still in captivity has been released. The girls were kidnapped from their beds at a boarding school 3 weeks ago by armed Boko Haram militants. The Boko Haram leader has taken responsibility for the kidnappings and claims he sold the girls as sex slaves for as little as $12 each.

President Barack Obama, who once fancied himself as “president of the world”, dragged his feet and didn’t send help to Nigeria until this week — after the media shamed him into taking action.

See the list of names after the break.

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Muslim Man Hacks British Soldier to Death in Broad Daylight

2 Muslims, one wielding a knife and a hatchet, hacked a British soldier to death on a London street as horrified bystanders looked on. The brutal attack took place in broad daylight near a military base earlier today.

A bystander caught the grisly aftermath on video as one man, blood dripping from his hands, tried to justify his actions. Part of the video was broadcast on ITV.

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