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ISIS War Against Arabia Could Change the World

NATIONAL JOURNAL: If this were Iraq or Syria, these attacks—sadly—wouldn’t be surprising. But it’s not. It’s Saudi Arabia, home to Islam’s most precious sites and the region’s most powerful Sunni rulers—a relatively vast territory, kept remarkably stable by the ruthless application of authoritarian rule while its neighbors teeter under the destabilizing weight of popular revolution and terrorist intervention.

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Boko Haram Suicide Bombing at Nigerian Mosque Kills 16

VICE NEWS: Boko Haram militants reportedly fired rocket-propelled grenades (RPGs) during an attack early Saturday morning in the northeastern Nigerian city of Maiduguri that left at least 30 people dead. A suicide bomber also targeted a mosque near the city’s main market on Saturday afternoon, reportedly killing at least 16 people.

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Gunmen Kill 22 Bus Passengers in Pakistan Attack

Gunmen disguised as members of the Pakistani security forces killed at least 22 passengers on Friday night after forcing them off buses traveling from the western city of Quetta to Karachi on the southern coast, officials said.


Israel Nabs ISIS Jihadi by Reading His Facebook Page

“A 22-year-old Arab citizen of Israel and resident of Umm al-Fahm, located in the ‘triangle’ region of northern Israel which is home to over 300,000 Arab citizens, was indicted on Thursday for supporting the brutal Islamic State (ISIS) terrorist organization,” reports Israel National News. “The indictment was submitted against Jamal Suleiman Abu Ra’ad, who was found thanks to an unusual investigative method – looking at his Facebook page.”

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Obama Finally Meets with ISIS Hostage Sotloff’s Family, 9 Months after Beheading

“President Obama met today with the family of Steven Sotloff — one of the American journalists brutally beheaded by ISIS last year,” ABC News reported Thursday. “The White House announced that Obama met with Art and Shirley Sotloff during his trip to Miami. The Sotloffs live in Florida, so the White House says it was ‘an appropriate occasion for the president to visit with them.'”


Women Told ‘Know Your Place’ in Pakistani Elections

As election fever sweeps the most socially conservative regions of Pakistan ahead of this weekend’s local government polls, one crucial group is feeling excluded. Following deals between local politicians and elders, women will have no say in the district and

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