Al-Qaeda and Global Jihad

Al-Qaeda and Global Jihad: In-Depth Reports

How Close Are We to Unconventional Terror Attacks by ISIS? The Dirty Bomb Scenario

ISIS’ unconventional mega-terror potential Read More »

Tension between Iran and Islamic Jihad in Gaza

Why did the Palestinian Islamic Jihad launch a rocket at Israel? Read More »

Qatar’s Support of Hamas and Jihadist Forces in the Middle East

Qatar is unquestionably engaged in international terrorist financing. Read More »

The Ties Between the Nusra Front – the Syrian al Qaeda Affiliate – and Hamas

Does Hamas Chief Khaled Mashaal run two other jihadi groups now on the Golan Heights? Read More »

ISIS Moves on Lebanon

Lebanon may soon face a head-on confrontation with Jihadi forces coming from Syria and Iraq Read More »

Is the Fall of Mosul in Iraq to the Jihadists a “Game Changer”?

The radical group, the “Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS),” has scored a huge achievement with the capture of Mosul, Iraq’s second biggest city with over 1.5 million inhabitants, and areas of the Kirkuk oil producing province.1 By controlling […] Read More »

Egypt and Saudi Arabia Battle the Jihadist Current

Saudi Arabia has decided to join the battle against jihadists in the Middle East Read More »

Foreign Jihadists Fighting in Syria: An Overview of the Danger

When the Syrian regime said almost two years ago that foreign combatants were fighting with the rebels against the regime, little attention was paid to the subject. Some even purposely ignored the signal and stressed that the Assad regime was […] Read More »

The Return of Al-Qaida

Anyone who delivered a eulogy for al-Qaida in the Middle East has been proven wrong by recent developments. Israel can deal with the renewed regional threat of jihadist organizations involved in Syria, but must retain all elements of its capabilities. Read More »

Egypt after Morsi: The Defeat of Political Islam?

The Muslim Brotherhood’s 80-year dream to take over Egypt ended in a fiasco, barely one year after one of their own was democratically elected to the office of President of Egypt. Read More »

Al-Qaeda’s Branch in Gaza Set to Escalate Anti-Israeli Terror

The “Mujahideen Shura Council in the Environs of Jerusalem” has taken responsibility for a series of missile firings at Israeli targets from Gaza and Sinai, which is under Egyptian sovereignty, including: 17 April 2013 – Firing of two Grad missiles […] Read More »

Iranian Shiite Terror Cell in Nigeria Followed a Familiar Pattern

Shiite communities around the world represent the infrastructure upon which Iran builds its subversive policies worldwide. Read More »

The Islamist Challenge from North Africa

The fall of Mali would directly threaten neighboring Niger, the sixth largest producer of uranium ore in the world. Read More »

France at War against Global Jihad

France’s operation in Mali was launched after previous French president Nicolas Sarkozy’s military intervention and intensive activity in Libya, which led to the overthrow of Gaddafi. The chaos that has prevailed since then has enabled the strengthening of the radical […] Read More »

The North African Threat To Europe

Not long after the French offensive against African jihadists in Mali got underway, a leader of one of the offshoots of al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) declared that his organization would “strike at the heart of France.” Read More »