Written by Memri
On August 22-23, 2014, shortly after Israel took out three senior Hamas officials, the movement executed over 20 Gaza residents accused of spying for Israel; some of the executions were public and the bodies were later dragged through the city streets. This incident, which evoked shock in the Arab ...
Written by John Rossomando
Written by Soeren Kern
Calls to reconquer al-Andalus are becoming more frequent and more strident.
"Clearly Spain forms part of the strategic objectives of global jihad. We are not the only ones but we are in their sights." — Spanish Interior Minister Jorge Fernández Díaz.
Written by Morning Star
Shooting, fire-bombing and slashing terrify fleeing residents.
By Morning Star's Nigeria Correspondent
JOS, Nigeria, August 8, 2014 (Morning Star News) – After weeks of sacking villages and destroying church buildings around Nigeria’s northeastern town of Gwoza, Islamic extremist group Boko Haram ...
Written by Julia Gorin
With the recent detentionin Kosovo of three Syria-linked Albanian terrorist-recruiters -- one of them having fought alongside Syrian rebels and a raid of their safe house having produced military uniforms and propaganda material -- it seems an update on Syria-connected Balkans jihadists is in ...
Written by Raymond Ibrahim
"They were trying to kill us... because we were Christians." — Teenage girl from Homs, Syria.
There have been house-to-house searches in Mali for Christians who might be in hiding, and people tortured into revealing Christian relatives. At least one pastor was beheaded.
Written by Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah
July 19, 2014 will go down as just another day in the calendar of humanity, characterized by many wars and events worldwide. However, that day should become a day of remembrance for Christianity in the Middle East. It is the day of the total eradication of Christian presence in the Iraqi area of ...
Written by Steven Emerson IPT News
Secretary of State John Kerry's push for a ceasefire in Gaza last week was so flawed it managed to unite Israel's fractious political leadership in opposition while simultaneously being lambasted by the Palestinian Authority.
Written by Open Doors
An ISIS statement read from the city's mosques on July 18, gave the few remaining Christians in Mosul a stark ultimatum—stay and convert, pay Islamic tax (more than most families can afford) or leave. "If they refuse this, they will have nothing but the sword."