Written by Walid Shoebat
Walid Shoebat (Shoebat Exclusive)
ISIS now has camped in Pakistan and all across Pakistan, the black standard of the Islamic State has been popping up all over from urban slums to Taliban strongholds, the ISIS logo and name have appeared in graffiti, posters and pamphlets and a cluster of militant ...
Written by Morning Star News
Christians among those killed because they could not recite the Islamic creed.
KHARTOUM, Sudan (Morning Star News) – Islamic extremists from the Somali insurgent Al Shabaab stopped a bus in northern Kenya on Saturday (Nov. 22), separated out the non-Muslims and killed 28 people, sources said.
Written by Y. Mansharof and U. Kafash
On November 18, 2014, less than a week before the November 24 deadline of the extension of the Iran-P5+1's Joint Plan of Action, Iran's Fars news agency, which is affiliated with Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), revealed what the American administration is demanding from Tehran in ...
Written by Denis MacEoin
Although outwardly more liberal than the Saudis, the Qataris have surpassed them as financiers of extremism and terrorism.
U.S. officials reckon that Qatar has now replaced Saudi Arabia as the source of the largest private donations to the Islamic State and other al-Qaeda affiliates.
Written by IPT News
The Investigative Project on Terrorism
The recent spike in Palestinian terrorist attacks targeting Israelis throughout the country occur amid growing incitement to violence and glorification of terrorism emanating from Palestinian Authority and Fatah officials and institutions.
Tuesday's heinous ...
Written by Ben Barrack
ISIS has already begun its invasion of Egypt and Libya as Shoebat.com has reported. Its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is now calling for an invasion of Saudi Arabia. Yet, Turkey continues to do very little in the fight against ISIS.
The BBC reports:
Written by International Civil Liberties Alliance
International Civil Liberties Alliance:
Our friends in Pakistan at the FarrukhSaif Foundationmade us aware of the following developments in Pakistan. These developments have huge implications for human rights in the Indian Subcontinent in particular. They are also likely to have a broader strategic ...
Written by Raymond Ibrahim
"The United States did not come out to say anything about Boko Haram. They kept talking about economic problem. That is not true... The United States deliberately ignored the fundamental issues of religious ideology." — Nicholas Okoh, Primate, Church of Nigeria
A judge in Iran sentenced a Christian ...
Written by Denis MacEoin
To reduce their own fear, the clerics try to raise the fear levels among the public.
Rare as they are, media accounts of attacks are minimized; victims are blamed; women's voices are omitted, and the attackers are regarded sympathetically.
A young woman with two inches of hair showing is the small ...