Tag: jihad

Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas gestures as he speaks during a Christmas lunch with members of the Christian Orthodox community on January 6, 2016 in the West Bank city of Bethlehem. Mahmud Abbas dismissed weeks of rumours the Palestinian Authority could collapse, saying he would 'never give up' on it. AFP …

Palestinian Authority Policy Gives Family of Ari Fuld’s Murderer Monthly Salary

The family of Khalil Yusef Ali Jabarin, the terrorist who murdered 45-year-old father of four Ari Fuld on Sunday, will receive NIS 1,400 a month for the next three years from the Palestinian Authority, as part of its policy of funding what they call “martyrs” for the Palestinian cause, according to information supplied by the PA.

Muslims holds placards reading "Palestine will be Free" and "Anti-Israel" during a rally at the Putra Mosque in Putrajaya, Malaysia, Friday, Dec. 22, 2017. Malaysia Prime Minister Najib Razak led a huge rally to protest the U.S.President Donald Trump's move to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital. (AP Photo/Vincent Thian)

Report: Trump Admin Freezes PLO Bank Accounts in U.S.

The US has decided to freeze all bank accounts belonging to the (Palestine Liberation Organization) PLO in the country as the White House ramps up pressure on the Palestinians to enter into peace talks with Israel, according to a report in Al Jazeera on Sunday evening.

A picture taken on July 26, 2018 shows Israeli security forces at the Adam settlement in the occupied West Bank where a stabbing attack took place. - Three Israelis were wounded in a knife attack in a West Bank settlement close to Ramallah, the Israeli army said. (Photo by Ahmad …

IDF Troops Respond as Palestinians Throw Pipe Bomb

Three Palestinians were spotted crawling towards the Gaza border fence in the early hours of Friday morning before they threw a pipe bomb at soldiers patrolling the area, according to the Israel Defense Forces.

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Life with Al-Qaeda ‘Extremely Boring,’ Says First American Recruit After 9/11

35-year-old Bryant Neal Vinas of New York has been described as the first American to join al-Qaeda after the 9/11 terrorist attack. In an interview published on Monday, Vinas said he joined because he was enraged at U.S. policy in Afghanistan and the Middle East, but was disappointed to find the experience “extremely boring” after his combat missions into Afghanistan were aborted and he was told he lacked the religious qualifications to become a suicide bomber.

Somali Al-Shebab fighters gather on February 13, 2012 in Elasha Biyaha, in the Afgoei Corridor, after a demonstration to support the merger of Al-shebab and the Al-Qaeda network. Shebab insurgents staged rallies across Somalia on February 13 to celebrate their group's recognition by Osama bin Laden's successor as a member …

9/11 Commissioners on Anniversary of Attacks: Jihadists ‘Will Strike Again’

The chairmen on the 9/11 Commission urged the U.S. government on Tuesday, the anniversary of the 2001 jihadist attacks on New York City and Washington, DC, to develop strategies for targeting radical Islam and diminish the appeal of global jihad, warning that groups like al-Qaeda continue to conspire against America.

Smoke rises after an air strike near the Idlib province village of Kafr Ain on September 7, 2018 as the presidents of Iran, Russia and Turkey prepared for a summit in Tehran on Syria's last major rebel bastion

Russia Pounds Rebel Positions in Syria’s Idlib

BEIRUT — Russian airstrikes on Syria’s last major rebel bastion Saturday were the “most violent” in a month since Damascus and its ally Moscow started threatening it with an imminent attack around a month ago, a monitor said.

In this Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018, photo, a bulldozer works near a wall at the Israel Lebanon border near Rosh Haniqra, northern Israel, Israel is building a massive wall along its northern border, saying the barrier is needed to protect civilians from Hezbollah attacks, but the project has raised tensions …

Pictures: Israel Unveils Border Wall with Lebanon

ROSH HANIKRA, Israel –  Israel is building a massive wall along its northern border, saying the barrier is needed to protect civilians from Hezbollah attacks, but the project has raised tensions with Lebanon, which fears the fence will encroach on its territory.

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Israel Confirms 200 Strikes in Syria in 18 months

Jerusalem – An Israeli military official said Tuesday the army had carried out some 200 strikes in Syria over the past 18 months against mainly Iranian targets, a rare confirmation of such action.

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Hamas Leader Warns Of Rockets On Tel Aviv If Truce Talks Break Down

TEL AVIV – Hamas’s leader in the Gaza Strip, Yahya Sinwar, said on Wednesday that there was no finalized ceasefire agreement yet with Israel, and added that the terror group has the capability to launch hundreds of rockets as far as Tel Aviv if need be. 

Terrorist Muhammad Tareq Dar Yusuf, 17, snuck into the Adam settlement outside of Jerusalem and stabbed Yotam Ovadia to death outside of his home and injured two others before being shot and killed.

IDF Demolishes Home of Terrorist Who Killed Israeli Father of Two

TEL AVIV – The IDF on Tuesday razed the home of a Palestinian terrorist who killed an Israeli man in a stabbing attack last month, the Defense Ministry said, adding that rioting Palestinians hurled Molotov cocktails and pipe bombs at soldiers involved in the demolition. 

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Court Documents Reveal New Mexico Jihad Cult Planned Attack on Atlanta Hospital

Prosecutors and defense attorneys filed dueling motions in Taos County, New Mexico on Friday over the fate of Siraj Wahhaj and the four other members of his Islamist cult, arrested at a compound where they kept 11 starving children and buried the corpse of Wahhaj’s kidnapped 3-year-old son.

Sam El Hassani, the American widow of an ISIS sniper, fled Raqqa with her children when the city fell. She said she is wary about returning to America and losing custody of her children. https://to.pbs.org/2F799zu

Jihadi Wife from Indiana Charged with Supporting Islamic State

Sam El Hassani, also known as “Samantha Sally,” 32, an American woman and former resident of Elkhart, Indiana, was charged on Wednesday with conspiring to provide material support to the Islamic State (ISIS, ISIL, Daesh) after leaving with her Moroccan husband to Syria.