The Other Casualty of the Wave of Palestinian Terror

Thousands of Licensed Palestinian Workers from the West Bank Could Lose Jobs.  Read More »

The Qatari Connection to Terror Incidents in Egypt

Is Qatar-Egypt tension over Muslim Brotherhood dangerously escalating?   Read More »

The Shameful Failure of the War against ISIS

One year after the founding of the Caliphate, can ISIS be stopped?   Read More »

The Islamic Armageddon Lies between Turkey and ISIS

Do ISIS and Turkey hold competing views of the Caliphate?  Read More »

Isolated Incidents or Global War?

In response to the first attack in Paris on the offices of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, a member of a jihadi forum, affiliated with ISIS, wrote a very striking explanation as to why France in particular was targeted.   Read More »

The Terrorism Threat to Canada

A Canadian convert to Islam killed a soldier and opened fire inside the Parliament in Ottawa.   Read More »

The Structure of the Islamic State (ISIS)

ISIS is much more than a terrorist organization; it is a terrorist state with almost all governing elements.   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 »

Iran’s New Defense Minister: Behind the 1983 Attack on the U.S. Marine Corps Barracks in Beirut

The newly-elected president of Iran, Hassan Rouhani, has appointed Brig. Gen. Hossein Dehghan as the new defense minister in place of Brig. Gen. Ahmad Vahidi. The appointment will take effect as soon as it is approved by the Majlis. Brig. […]  Read More »

The Islamic Terrorist Threat in Canada

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper was severely criticized for stating two years ago, a decade after 9/11, that the biggest security threat to Canada is Islamic terrorism. In an interview with CBC News, Harper said: “There are other threats out there, but […]  Read More »

Will Europe Define Hizbullah as a Terrorist Organization?

This is not the first time Europe has waffled when it comes to defining terrorism. Since the days of Maximilian Robespierre, the word Terreur has evoked horror and aversion and sparked philosophical and political debates. The organizations and militias that […]  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 »

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 »

Abbas Reinstates a Radical Political Doctrine

In his speech on January 4, 2013, in honor of Fatah’s anniversary, Mahmoud Abbas was not preparing the Palestinian people for making peace.  Read More »

The Long-Term Implications of the Israel-Hamas Clash

“Liberating” Palestine is portrayed as a fully realistic goal for the present generation thanks to the Islamic Spring, which has redrawn the map of the Middle East.  Read More »