Rescue attempt fails

Al-Qaeda in Yemen threatened to execute an American journalist they held captive, so American commandos launched an attempt to rescue him.  The operation failed.   The captive and a South African hostage were killed. [Read more...]

ISIS & al-Qaeda form alliance

The Islamic State and al-Qaeda have been bitter rivals and have fought each other on the battlefield.  But now the two terrorist groups are joining forces. [Read more...]

Terrorists attack Canada

Days after Islamic terrorists used a car to kill a soldier in Ottawa–Canada’s capital–a terrorist killed another soldier at the National War Memorial and rushed inside the Canadian Parliament building.  After some 30 shots were fired, a Sergeant-of-arms killed the attacker.  Mounties reportedly were searching for other gunmen throughout the city. [Read more...]

What Denmark does to its jihadists

Denmark has more of its citizens per capita joining ISIL and al-Qaeda as foreign fighters than just about anywhere.  Most countries prosecute such jihadists as terrorists when they come back home.  But Denmark  gives them jobs, spots in universities, and other perks. [Read more...]

American airstrikes aren’t stopping ISIL

A British newspaper reports that American efforts to stop ISIL are failing, as ISIL continues to win victory after victory against the Iraqi army and Kurdish rivals in Syria.  The airstrikes are just not working.  Even with American air support, the Iraqi army keeps running away.  Meanwhile, ISIL is gaining more and more territory and is getting stronger and stronger. [Read more...]

The jihadists’ “Mein Kampf”

Foreign affairs columnist David Ignatius draws attention to a book published in 2004 that reads like a playbook of radical jihadists.  The Management of Savagery by Abu Bakr Naji calls for a strategy of drawing America into paralyzing wars and using shocking violence as a way to expose the weakness of the West and to bring Muslims into the cause. [Read more...]


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