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April Bulletin of Christian Persecution, April 14, 2013

“I thank God for the book you are now holding,” scholar Eric Metaxas writes in the foreward of Persecuted:  The Global Assault on Christians by Hudson Institute religious freedom scholars Lela GilbertPaul Marshall, and Nina Shea. As Metaxas ...

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Why the Boston Bombers Succeeded

Why the Boston Bombers Succeeded

When seeking to place an attack like the April 15 Boston Marathon bombing into context, it is helpful to classify the actors responsible, if possible. Such a classification can help us understand how an attack fits into the analytical narrative of what is happening and what is likely to ...

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Rise of South Asian Islamists, Growth of Al-Qaeda and Jihadi Threats to India

Rise of South Asian Islamists, Growth of Al-Qaeda and Jihadi Threats to India

In Recent Columns, MEMRI South Asia Studies Project Director Examines Multiplication Of Al-Qaeda's Operational Nucleuses, The Jihadi Threat To India, And The Rise Of South Asian Islamists

In February 2013, an Al-Qaeda video showed three Muslim areas of India on which the British did not have full ...

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Following Boston Marathon Bombing: Saudi Media, Officials In Anti-Terror Campaign

Following Boston Marathon Bombing: Saudi Media, Officials In Anti-Terror Campaign

Following the April 15, 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, reports in the U.S. media claimed that Saudi nationals may have been involved in the attack. The New York Post reported that a Saudi student, 'Abd Al-Rahman Al-Harbi, who was wounded in the bombing, had been question on suspicion of involvement ...

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Boston Bombing Suspects: Grassroots Militants from Chechnya

Boston Bombing Suspects: Grassroots Militants from Chechnya

Summary

The identities of the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing -- Chechen brothers Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26 -- appear tentatively to confirm several of Stratfor's suspicions. From this profile, the simple nature of the attack, their efforts to rob a convenience store ...

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Egyptian Cleric: Boston Bombing Was A Message, Attacks Expected In France

Egyptian Cleric: Boston Bombing Was A Message, Attacks Expected In France

Egyptian Salafi Cleric Murgan Salem: Boston Bombing Was Meant To Deliver A Message; Similar Attacks Expected In France

Interviewer: "Today, we will be talking about the Boston bombings, which took place yesterday, during the marathon. There were casualties. People were wounded and killed. What is ...

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Mexico's Drug War: Balkanization Leads to Regional Challenges

Mexico's Drug War: Balkanization Leads to Regional Challenges

Balkanization of Cartels

Since the late 1980s demise of the Guadalajara cartel, which controlled drug trade routes into the United States through most of Mexico, Mexican cartels have followed a trend of fracturing into more geographically compact, regional crime networks. This trend, which we are ...

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An Islamic Declaration of War on Christianity

An Islamic Declaration of War on Christianity

While it is easy to confuse the recent jihadi attack on Egypt’s St. Mark Cathedral in Cairo as just more of the usual, this attack has great symbolic significance, and in many ways bodes great evil for Egypt’s millions of Christians.

Consider some facts: St. Mark Cathedral—named after the author of ...

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The Dangers of Cozying Up to Terrorists

The Dangers of Cozying Up to Terrorists

This past February, the New York Times reported on a love affair gone sour. For months, Algeria had courted an Islamist warlord in Mali. The Algerians knew, as the Timesput it, that he was "the leader of one of the militant Islamist groups holding northern Mali captive," but they thought he was ...

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