Ramadan

Taliban to Punish Members for Ceasefire Selfies with Afghan Troops

Taliban jihadists posing for selfies with Afghan security forces and government officials in the midst of the historic three-day truce over the weekend triggered anger among senior members of the terrorist group who have vowed to discipline those who took pictures.

Afghanistan's surprise ceasefire celebrations raise hopes for peace

Afghan Taliban Begins Unprecedented Ramadan Truce

The Afghan government may get to enjoy an unprecedented respite from the nearly 17-year-old war if the Taliban honors its three-day ceasefire that started Friday in honor of the Eid al-Fitr holiday, marking the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. 

Taliban launch attacks as Afghan government ceasefire starts

Reports: Hamas Preps 5,000 Terror Kites to Mark End of Ramadan

Hamas on Thursday threatened to send 5,000 fire kites and balloons deep into Israeli territory on Friday, when the Gaza border will see another of the weekly “March of Return” mass protests, Palestinian and Israeli media reported.

Palestinians prepare an incendiary device attached to a kite before trying to fly it over the border fence with Israel, on the eastern outskirts of Jabalia, on May 4, 2018. - Hundreds of Palestinians gathered on the Gaza border Friday for the sixth week of protests in which dozens have …

Ramadan Rage: Jihadists Kill 41, Injure 102 in First 4 Days

Islamic terrorists have massacred at least 41 people and injured 102 in the first four days of the holiest month for Muslims, Ramadan, a time when some adherents of Islam believe jihad and martyrdom to be especially heroic and rewarded in paradise.

Taliban warn Kabul residents to 'keep away' ahead of attacks

U.S., U.N. Urge Taliban to ‘Halt the Fighting’ in Ramadan Message

The top commander of American and NATO troops in Afghanistan urged Taliban narco-jihadists “to accept” Kabul’s offer of a ceasefire and recognition as a legitimate political group in a message marking the beginning of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

General John Nicholson, who commands US and NATO forces in Afghanistan, says "well over 1,000" advisors would be closer to the front lines during next year's fighting season