terrorism in middle east

Despite legal warning, Netanyahu says deporting terrorists’ families is effective

“In my opinion, its benefits are greater than its costs,” Netanyahu said in a Likud faction meeting.

How the U.S. could lose Iraq to creeping Iranian influence

Now the US risks losing in Iraq again as enemies of Washington seek to form a government coalition and Congress seeks to sanction militias that hold sway in Baghdad.

Missiles and a portrait of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in Tehran, Iran
Israeli NGO sues European Investment Bank for suspected ties with Iran

To date, Iran has refused to compensate terror victims and is continuing to provide financial support to terrorist groups throughout the world.

Analysis: Planning for when Palestinian terrorism no longer pays

Jerusalem would be wise to keep in mind that to every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.

How terrorist groups use minerals, stones and drugs to finance their ops

Extremist groups making up to $300 million annually by smuggling contraband from Afghanistan to Pakistan and then beyond.

The headquarters of Arab Bank in Amman, Jordan
U.S. Supreme Court ends second Arab Bank case

Decision blocks suits for overseas terrorism against banks with US footprint

Likud lawmaker Anat Berko at a meeting of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization for Securit
Likud MK Berko lends counter-terrorism expertise to Europe

Israel becomes full member of European parliamentarians' committee on countering terrorism.

What can social media tell us about the suspected terrorist from Ariel?

In retrospect, should security forces have heeded the signs from al-Karim's online persona more seriously?

Former Shin Bet head: Fear of terror threatens Israel with ‘1984’ scenario

‘A democracy eats itself up in small bites,’ warns expert Brian Michael Jenkins.

Investigators surround the body of a suicide bomber following an explosion near the Sbarro pizzeria
Pakistan clerics issue fatwa against 'un-Islamic' suicide bombings

Similar fatwas appear to have yielded scant results in the Middle East where the practice is used by Islamic State and other militant groups.

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