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Al-Qaeda Leader Freed in Morsi Jailbreak Seeks to Declare Sinai an Islamic Emirate

Egyptian security and armed forces arrested nine alleged terrorists in the Sinai desert operating under the command of al-Qaeda leader Ramzy Mowafy, Egypt’s Al-Ahram reported. Mowafy was among 234 prisoners, including former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, who escaped from the Wadi al-Natrun

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Posted in A2, Middle East, Terrorism

Gaza Teens Taught to Operate Rocket Launchers Against Israeli Targets

Gaza schools are providing military training to teenage boys, teaching them how to fire rocket launchers, Kalashnikov assault rifles and other weapons, British newspaper The Guardian reported on Sunday. Members of Hamas’s Izzadin Kassam brigades assist in the training, according

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Hamas Now Training Free Syrian Army in Damascus – Who Are the Good Guys?

The following report, published earlier this week by the GlobalMBReport.org, further underscores what we have been telling our readers for a long time:  that what is happening in Syria is not a clear cut case of the good guys against

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Posted in Middle East, US

New Barrage of Rockets Hit Israel from Gaza,Syria; The IAF Responds in Force

A new round of rockets and mortars have again been fired against Israeli civilians from Gaza, and the Israeli Air Force responded immediately. This is the appropriate response – the time for waiting, talking, negotiating is long over.  When terrorists

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Creeping Shariah: Hamas Bans Co-Ed Schools in Gaza, Including Teachers

It should come as no great surprise that Shariah law continues to creep into Palestinian society in the Gaza Strip (see our article on the Gaza marathon here).  Hamas was elected in what Jimmy Carter hailed, as he assured us

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Posted in Middle East

Egypt’s Sinai is New Gathering Point for Jihadis, Including Al Qaeda

When Israel left the Sinai after achieving a peace accord with Egypt in 1977, the Sinai remained relatively peaceful until Egypt’s 2011 uprising. In the ensuing chaos that has accompanied the “democratic” process in which Mohammed Morsi was elected president,

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The New Poisonous Coalition of Terrorism

Looking at a single terrorist group (such as al Qaeda) and saying it is the root cause of terrorism is neither correct nor smart. The terrorist threat comes from a complex network of aligned terrorist organizations and terror-supporting countries, as

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Hamas: Armed Struggle with Israel Must Continue

Osama Hamdan says Palestinian state without an armed struggle against Israel is an illusion, won’t add anything for Palestinians. A Palestinian state without an armed struggle against Israel is an illusion and won’t add anything for the Palestinians, top Hamas

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Op Ed NY Post: Israel’s Real Worry: A New Lebanon War

Hamas’ exchange of rockets and missiles with Israel over the past week or so was certainly dramatic — but it’s only Act I in Iran’s plan to conquer the region and destroy the Jewish state. In Act II,Israel will be

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Posted in Flashpoint, Middle East, Terrorism

Op-Ed: Western Front: There is no Ceasefire

  Israel is not allowed to win. Diplomacy takes over and snatches the victory out of its hands. The ceasefire began the way that the war did; with a flight of rockets falling from the sky over Israel’s battered south

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