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Sinai: New Islamic Terror Emirate?

"The Egyptians were the first to condemn Israel each time it fired back at terrorists who launched rockets and missiles at Israeli cities and communities. The Egyptians are finally learning that terrorism is a double-edged sword, and that those who approve of terror activities will one day find ...

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Militancy in Central Asia: More Than Religious Extremism

Militancy in Central Asia: More Than Religious Extremism

Since 2010, Central Asia has become increasingly volatile, a trend many have attributed to a rise in militant Islamism. Militancy has indeed risen since 2010, but the notion that militant Islamists primarily are responsible for Central Asia's volatility is shortsighted because it ignores other ...

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Jihadists Take Aim at Egyptian Military

Jihadists Take Aim at Egyptian Military

Sixteen Egyptian soldiers are dead after unidentified jihadists carried out a terrorist attackin the Sinai Peninsula, striking at the only institution standing in the way of an Islamist takeover of Egypt. The assailants were stopped as they entered Israel. The Muslim Brotherhood predictably ...

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The Specter of Syrian Chemical Weapons

The Specter of Syrian Chemical Weapons

 The unraveling of the al Assad regime in Syria will produce many geopolitical consequences. One potential consequence has garnered a great deal of media attention in recent days: the possibility of the regime losing control of its chemical weapons stockpile. In an interview aired July 30 ...

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Terrorist Organization Hizbullah Makes Extensive Use Of U.S. Social Media

Terrorist Organization Hizbullah Makes Extensive Use Of U.S. Social Media

Hezbollah and  Apple iTunes, iPad and iPhone, Google, Android, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter – In Violation Of U.S. Law 

U.S. law has clear and effective provisions against terrorist organizations and their online activities, naming certain groups "Foreign Terrorist Organizations" (FTOs) ...

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Egypt: Christian Burns Muslim's Shirt; Muslims Burn Christian Homes

Egypt: Christian Burns Muslim's Shirt; Muslims Burn Christian Homes

According to AFP, "Muslims on Friday [today] set fire to Christian homes in a village near the Egyptian capital after a fight between a Muslim man and a Christian laundry worker who singed his shirt while ironing it, police said. At least one person was wounded as Muslims and Coptic Christians ...

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Muslim Persecution of Christians: June, 2012

Muslim Persecution of Christians: June, 2012

"[Egypt's] Muslim Brotherhood prevented the Copts, at gunpoint, from voting" 

U.S.-backed rebels are committing Christian genocide in Syria, where they are sacking churches and issuing threats that all Christians will be cleansed from rebel-held territory. A mass exodus of thousandsof ...

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Hezbollah Illustrates Iranian Attack on U.S. Aircraft Carrier

Hezbollah Illustrates Iranian Attack on U.S. Aircraft Carrier

Hizbullah Website Features Infographic On Closing The Strait Of Hormuz, Illustrates Iranian Attack On U.S. Aircraft Carrier 

The official Hizbullah website www.english.moqawama.org, along with the Iranian weekly Panjereh (http://panjerehweekly.ir), published an infographic titled "Hormoz [sic] ...

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Violence Returns to Pakistan's Major Cities

Violence Returns to Pakistan's Major Cities

At dawn July 12, militants raided a prison guard residence in Lahore, Pakistan, leaving nine staff members dead and three more wounded. The Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan quickly claimed responsibility for the attack, saying the guards had mistreated prisoners who were members of the Pakistani militant ...

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