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While enforcing truces with Israel, Hamas has often signaled to Sinai groups that they are free to attack Israel from Gaza.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Malta rivals Cyprus in some ways, but fortunately its banking system is different.
By LEON HARRIS
Police conduct raids across Italy targeting 18 people suspected of links with al-Qaida.
Safemail is owned and operated by a company registered in Israel with offices in Israel, the UK and Japan.
By Ariel Ben Solomon
Dozens attend intimate memorial in Beverly Hills to honor slain Israeli-American journalist Steven Sotloff.
By KELLY HARTOG
Alors que l’Occident commence à prendre conscience de la menace, l’avancée de l’Etat islamique est au point mort. L’EI serait-il un simple phénomène passager ?
By YOSSI MELMAN
Qatar and Saudi Arabia now have every reason to lead an ideological struggle against IS. The question is – are they doing so wholeheartedly, or are they even now equivocating?
By NEVILLE TELLER
Events move fast in the Middle East, and it seems the name ISIS has outlived its usefulness.
With the results in, Reuven Rivlin is the second native son of Jerusalem to be elected president of the state. The first was Israel’s fifth president, Yitzhak Navon.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Ananta Bijoy Das is the third blogger to be murdered for his anti-extremism views.
Prosecutors present the jury with video of the immediate aftermath of the bombing, showing mangled bodies along the shrapnel-strewn sidewalk.
Dzokhar Tsarnaev as found guilty of all 30 counts against him, with 17 of the charges carrying the death penalty.
Group says it ordered attack to avenge insults to prophet.
Speaking after gunmen killed 12 people in an assault on a French satirical newspaper, MI5 boss Andrew Parker warned a strike on the United Kingdom was highly likely.
The longest war in American history is coming to an end.
By MICHAEL WILNER
"Is there a threat to the British people? The answer is yes," Cameron told parliament, saying he thought action would need to last "years" to be effective.
Arab tribes have been fighting and allying with each other for centuries. And tribes also tend to unite against an invasion by outsiders.
Obama brings Europe on board in coalition against Islamic State.
Al-Shabaab Islamists, affiliated with al-Qaida, were targeted in the attacks.
US President Obama informed Congress of decision to counter the growing threat of ISIS, a terrorist militia threatening the sovereignty of Iraq and Syria.
The alert suggests Israeli tourists may be attacked at hotels, Chabad centers, synagogues, restaurants, community centers.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Group's 2nd in command is shown announcing his plan to "eliminate" America; CNN reports US must have not been aware of meeting.
Ceremonies in Israel and around the world commemorate the September 11, 2001 terror attacks.
India has traditionally been a popular destination for Israeli hikers and backpackers, particularly during the Jewish holiday season.
The disintegration of the republic seems close.
By BRUCE MADDY-WEITZMAN
The West is waking up to the threat and the Islamic State’s advance is stalling
Once again the West stands idly by, this time as IS jihadis get ready to wipe out the Kurds of Kobani
Radicalized, trained and battle-hardened,homegrown Western jihadis are becoming a growing threat
By JOANNA PARASZCZUK
Syrians in the world’s largest refugee camp are no more comfortable than when they first arrived two years ago.
Israel’s policy is to avoid escalation with Hamas, but it will respond with great force if attacks continue.
Israel and the West have a common stake in ensuring that the deep divisions among jihadis remain in place.
By ASSAF MOGHADAM
Recent years have seen psychopaths acting alone, yet there are capable groups that could be behind this operation; Shooter walked out of the museum without breaking into a run and with no sign of panic.
The Media Line’s president tells of Sotloff’s journalistic prowess.
By FELICE FRIEDSON/THE MEDIA LINE
The past few weeks have been difficult due to the security situation, with many Israelis opting to cancel trips.
By MEITAL SHARABI
Iranian-backed Hezbollah has backed Syrian President Bashar Assad in his country's civil war.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON,REUTERS
US government releases newly-translated documents gathered during 2011 raid on Osama bin Laden's Pakistani compound, giving the public insight into the al-Qaida leader's interests, routine.
By CORAL BRAUN
Declassified documents also reveal an al-Qaida job application prototype and bin Laden's reading list.
Al-Qaida’s Nusra Front in the Qalamoun region promises to “eradicate” Islamic State “because there is no longer any other option.”
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
The SITE Intelligence Group quotes al-Qaida as saying Nasser bin Ali al-Ansi was killed with his eldest son and other fighters in Yemen.
Fighters from pro-Assad Lebanese terror group clash with gunmen from opponents of Damascus regime - Nusra Front.
Addressing worshipers in Tehran, Iranian leaders decried Saudi Arabia's "blood bath" in Yemen and warned the US of deceitful behavior in negotiations over the Islamic Republic's nuclear program.
The US is looking to find a quick solution to the in-fighting in Yemen in order to return its focus to targeting al-Qaida militants in the country.
Paolo Gentiloni says Europe has long ignored dangers faced by people in other parts of the world and must do more.
The Islamic State group and al-Qaida have both rallied against the Houthi insurgency effectively controlling the country who they consider apostates and polytheists.
“The assaults that Hezbollah is committing against Sunnis in Syria are not a secret anymore... Our target at this stage is to attack the Iranian party's strongholds.”
About $1 million in CIA money was funneled to al-Qaida.
Nusra Front is the Sunni Muslim al-Qaida offshoot which is currently fighting the Iranian-backed axis of Bashar Assad and Hezbollah in Syria.
Officials in Washington confirm mission will close due to unpredictable security situation in country where rebel group has seized control of the capital.
Sajida al-Rishawi, death-row prisoner in Jordan, serves as hero to jihadists; Islamic State fights for her freedom.
Syrian media says the plane was downed due to bad weather conditions; All those aboard the plane were killed in the crash.
In separate attack, bomb explodes in police officer's car.
Jenan Moussa of Dubai-based Alaan TV gathered exclusive images and documents from the bombed headquarters of the so-called Khorasan Group in Aleppo.
Radical cleric described as "bin Laden's right-hand man in Europe" was previously extradited to Jordan from UK.
IHS head Asia analyst: We are also seeing indicators that the Islamic State is attempting to establish a presence in South Asia.
The group has formalized a system of internal financing that includes an Islamic form of taxation, looting and most significantly, oil sales, to run their 'state' effectively.
The Nusra Front, a Syrian affiliate of al-Qaida, says it is holding the peacekeepers because the UN force protects Israel.
Former National Security Council head says if Nusra Front takes control of Golan Heights, threats of radical Islam will not stop on frontiers of Israel, but spread out to Western countries.
By HERB KEINON
Islamic State terror group warns it will attack Americans "in any place" if US raids hit its operatives.
'Daily Mail' reports that letter discovered in bin Laden's Pakistan compound said associating with extremely brutal ISIS could harm al-Qaida's reputation.
The Islamic State, led by Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, has urged jihadist factions worldwide to pledge their allegiance to it.
By Ariel Ben Solomon,REUTERS
Syrian rebels are increasing their attacks on Hezbollah fighters in the border region, the "Asharq al-Awsat" reported on Sunday.
Expert: Impact of announcement global as al-Qaida affiliates and jihadist groups must choose to support and join the Islamic State or to oppose it.
Spokesman for US DoD says there is "not truth to rumors in media" of American attack on area controlled by ISIS-led militants.
A Human Rights Watch report says Syrian militants use promise of free education to recruit children from war-torn areas into combat.
Fighting government forces and rebels in Iraq and Syria, ISIL kills hundreds in Syria in battles across Syria, Iraq, captures city, military aircraft in Iraq.
United States confirms nationality of first American known to have committed suicide bombing in Syria on behalf of al-Qaida.
Social media postings purport to show American who was fighting with an al-Qaida affiliate and blew himself up recently in embattled country's north.
Last year, rebels last briefly took the Quneitra border crossing with Israel and now control many rural villages in the area.
Clashes continue between Islamist fighters from Nusra Front - the official al-Qaida branch in Syria - and breakaway faction ISIL.
Terror group leader call for capture particularly of Americans, who could be used as bargaining chips for jailed jihadists.
UN and the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons say Syria should be able to meet April 27 deadline to hand over chemical agents.
Statement comes after Saudi Arabia announced tougher punishment for Saudis joining Islamist militant groups abroad.
Ban comes after similar move against Twitter; Erdogan calls leaking of national security meeting "villainous."
Prof. Miriam Faust of the religious university's psychology department has published over 75 papers in international journals.
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
An interview with Jonathan Schanzer, vice-president for research at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and an expert on terrorist financing.
By ERIC R. MANDEL
The only ones fighting Islamic State inside Turkey seem to be the Kurds.
By JPost Editorial
The good news since the end of World War II is that, so far, the Holocaust has not been repeated, although unfortunately many other terrible events have occurred.
By EFRAIM ZUROFF
A month into Operation Protective Edge, the limits of hard power in general and of Israel’s vast military force in specific are apparent.
By MICHAL HATUEL RADOSHITZKY
The Palestinian leadership in Gaza used tons and tons of cement to try to bring Israel down, rather than build up their own quasi state. They failed.
By LIAT COLLINS
The shame of it is that this might not be an entirely out-of-favor viewpoint. It will lurk behind official denunciations of anti-Semitism.
If Hamas is not knocked out in this round it will be stronger in the next one, just as it has enhanced its capabilities since the last large-scale Israeli operation in Gaza.
By OPHIR FALK
Working together is the only ray of hope that Jews and Arabs can truly live and prosper together.
By ALEXANDER ZVIELLI
The secular Left is scared of losing the country to Jewish tradition.
It thinks that prayer and faith is ‘polluting’ the public discourse and a threat to ‘Israeliness.’ Oy!
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
Like Iran Erdogan aims to destroy the global order and replace it with an Islamic empire.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
The perception still exists that a bike is a just plaything, useful for no more than a whimsical weekend ride.
By RAFFI WINEBURG
Should we quarantine the Torah, keeping it protected and under wraps, safe from the realities of a living society?
By ELI KAVON
Since Ayman al-Zawahiri was elected to be the new leader of al-Qaida in the aftermath of the elimination of the mythological leader Osama bin-Laden, he has faced a series of internal and external challenges.
By YORAM SCHWEITZER
Policy makers still turn a blind eye to "price tag" activists and legislators have followed suit.
By GADI ZOHARI
Foreign states should not be able to disobey and disregard orders of US courts, especially once they have already agreed to submit to the jurisdiction of US courts.
By SHLOMO CUNIN
The Druse cannot bet on today’s fragmented opposition to protect them.
By NOAM RAYDAN AND ADAM HEFFEZ
In what way is the Israeli educational institution encouraging its students to retain a Jewish identity?
By ARON LIEBERMAN
Almost every Israeli prime minister, minister or elected official was at one time or another involved in a police investigation or accused of corruption.
By LIOR AKERMAN
America is disengaging itself from the Middle East while seemingly encouraging extremist forces. It is a well-known fact that nature abhors a vacuum. What happens next is anybody’s guess.
By ZVI MAZEL
'Washington Post' reports FBI considers problem a challenge because recruits could return to US to perpetuate acts of terror.
By JONNY PAUL