Written by William Michael
The West welcomed political change in the Middle East, the so-called "Arab Spring," from the outset. After decades of rule by dictatorship, western leaders, many with the support of their citizens, hoped to usher in a new era of democracy. However, from Libya to Egypt to Syria, it was ...
Written by Soeren Kern
The other key reason for the growing threat, the report says, is due to American disengagement and a significant scaling back of counterterrorism efforts.
"A complete withdrawal of U.S forces from Afghanistan by 2016 could seriously jeopardize U.S. security interests.... The United States should ...
Written by Scott Stewart
On June 8, Jerad and Amanda Miller decided that the time had come to launch a revolution against the U.S. government. Their first strike was not directed against the president or Congress, but against two Las Vegas police officers as they ate their lunch at a pizza buffet restaurant. The officers ...
Written by Dr. Andrew Bostom
[A] Jew [is] of that most contemptible of religions, the most vile of faiths…They, both the ancient and modern [Jews], are altogether the worst liars…They are the filthiest and vilest of peoples, their unbelief horrid, their ignorance abominable.
Written by Memri
Radical Cleric Of Islamabad's Red Mosque In TV Interview Justifies Keeping Weapons, Teaching Jihad To Girls, Naming Library After Osama Bin Laden
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Written by Abigail R. Esman
The Investigative Project on Terrorism
At around 3:50 pm on Saturday, May 24, a man dressed in a blue sweater and baseball cap walked casually into the Jewish Museum in Brussels, Belgium. Pulling a Kalashnikov rifle from a black bag, he shot and killed four people– an Israeli couple, a French ...
Written by Peter Martino
When Is Hate Crime Not Hate Crime?
Britain strips British nationality from immigrants with dual nationality who go to Syria to fight. This act allows British authorities to ban them from re-entering the country. Why don't European countries do the same?
Written by Morning Star News
Pastor and others kidnapped, church buildings burned.
Written by Right Side News
On Iran's Army Day, April 18, 2014, Iranian President Hassan Rohani launched an attack on Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), calling on it to stay out of politics. His speech triggered responses from senior IRGC commanders and officials who emphasized the importance of the IRGC and ...