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Egyptian Army Arrests Terror Leader in North Sinai

The Egyptian Army arrested the leader of the U.S. designated terrorist organization Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis on Friday in North Sinai, reported Ahram Arabic news. Walid Attalah is suspected of orchestrating the RPG attack in North Sinai last Thursday that killed three Egyptian policemen and wounded seven. Oct 23, 2014 7:06 AM PT

Benghazi Mired in Chaos as Islamists Battle Renegade General

Heavy fighting between Islamists and opponents led by renegade Libyan General Khalifa Haftar erupted in Benghazi, Libya on Wednesday after the general and his forces went on the offensive against Islamist militias to recapture the city.  Oct 22, 2014 9:09 AM PT

Egyptian Prime Minister: 'Egypt Can Lead' Fight Against Terrorism

During a recent interview with the Russian news organization Rossiya Segodnya, Egyptian Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab stated that Egypt could take the lead in the fight against terrorism. "Today's terrorism is an artificially created product which has no borders and is expanding at high speed. The price for terrorism is being paid by ordinary people. Egypt can lead the list of countries that are active in the fight against terrorism," Mahlab said. Sep 30, 2014 7:26 AM PT

Iraq: ISIS Using Yazidis as Human Shields Against U.S. Airstrikes

DOHUK, Iraq-- Reports from eyewitnesses here in Northern Iraq spoke to Breitbart News about how the terrorist group the Islamic State is using Yazidi hostages as human shields to protect themselves against U.S. airstrikes – using the same strategy as Hamas in Gaza. Sep 15, 2014 6:34 AM PT

State Department's Rebuke of Egypt Undermines War on Terror

CAIRO, Egypt-- Last Thursday, during a press briefing in Washington, DC, State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf accused Egypt of using military weapons "against their own people." Badr Abdel-Atti, spokesman for Egypt's Foreign Ministry, fired back, describing the comments as "sheer fantasy," noting that they "fall short and are completely ignorant of realities of matters in Egypt. Aug 3, 2014 9:22 AM PT

Living Under Siege: One Mile from the Gaza Border

One Mile From the Gaza Border, ISRAEL-- Shai Hermesh lives on a Kubutz in Israel a mile away from the Gaza border. He has lived on the Kubutz for over 50 years, the Kubutz was founded in 1956. Sitting in the dining room, he spoke about the fear that the residents live in on a daily basis: "We didn't know about the underground tunnels, we are scared of the tunnels. They are here in the Kubutz." Jul 31, 2014 7:58 AM PT

'This is an Offensive War': An Inside Look at the Campaign to Take Down Hamas

GAZA BORDER, Israel-- The demilitarization of Hamas is the only solution in the Israel Hamas conflict. This is the clear message here in Israel. This conflict is different than previous conflicts. "It will be ceasefire after ceasefire if you don't demilitarize Hamas" said retired IDF General Gideon Avidor. "Hamas is not fighting to protect its people, but only to terrorize and kill Israeli's, as long as they continue to fight against us, we must fight back." Jul 26, 2014 6:32 AM PT

After 2,000 Years, the Last Christian is Forced to Leave Mosul

ERBIL, Iraq - The last Christian reportedly left Iraq's second largest city of Mosul at 12:00pm on Saturday, ending over 6,000 years of Assyrian history in the city. Assyrians have lived in Mosul for over 6,000 years, converting to Christianity over 2,000 years ago. This all came to an end on Saturday, when the last Assyrian Christian left the city. Jul 20, 2014 7:09 PM PT

A New Egypt Takes Shape

C​AIRO—Egyptians went to the polls Monday and Tuesday to cast their vote in presidential elections. Egyptians went to the polls with enthusiasm, singing and dancing in celebration for the opportunity to ​elect the​ next leader of Egypt. They drove through the streets with music playing and Egyptian flags flying. It had the spirit of a peaceful revolution​. May 27, 2014 6:28 PM PT


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