War On Terror
January 8, 2015
Michel Houellebecq's new book "Soumission" (Submission) illustrating a fictional France under Shariah law gained publicity following the recent terrorist attack in Paris.
December 31, 2014
The men, held for more than 11 years, were originally detained in Pakistan for suspected ties to al-Qaida or other militant Islamists.
December 29, 2014
In an article published on Christmas Eve in the militant group's magazine, Inspire, al-Qaeda encouraged 'lone wolf' operatives to attack Western airliners, giving instructions on breaching airport security and selecting targets.
Syrian officials report eight dead and twelve injured in two separate attacks on gas facilities in Homs.
December 21, 2014
Daesh militants have reportedly executed as many as 17 people in the Iraqi city of Tikrit, according to an online newspaper.
December 20, 2014
The US transferred four prisoners from Guantanamo Bay to Afghanistan.
December 9, 2014
The US will release a much-anticipated report on post-9/11 CIA torture and interrogation methods. Embassies are tightening security in preparation for backlash.
December 7, 2014
US officials defend the failed rescue operation in Yemen that left two hostages dead.
December 6, 2014
Pakistan's military reported Saturday that it has killed a senior Al-Qaeda leader wanted by the US.
November 20, 2014
Jordan is going to launch a regional initiative to curb terrorists’ increasing use of telecommunications and media technologies.
November 17, 2014
An unnamed woman, the last American citizen held hostage by the ISIL terrorist group, might be the next victim of the Takfiris’ unmerciful murders, according to a report.
Akdogan clarified doubts about Turkey’s policy about the terror group and other vital issues.
November 12, 2014
White Widow terrorist Samantha Lewthwaite who was married to 7/7 bomber is 'killed by sniper in Ukraine'
November 10, 2014
UK’s top security personnel have warned the British parliament of an “almost inevitable” militant attack in the country over the “acute” levels of terror activities.
A Jordanian court has sentenced four men to jail on charges of membership in the ISIL terrorist group and promoting the Takfiri group on social media networks.