Fragments of the world’s oldest Qu’ran, found in Birmingham last month, may predate the Prophet Muhammad and could even rewrite the early history of Islam, according to scholars.
Nader Saadeh, who lived in Rutherford until he left the country May 5, allegedly to join ISIS, was arrested Monday on charges of conspiring and attempting to provide material support to the terrorist organization, federal officials said. He was previously taken into custody in Jordan.
Images broadcast on Chinese television showed the Muslim Uighurs suspects sat hooded and bound as they were flown back to an undisclosed location in China.
Islamic extremists ISIS have said they were behind the attack in the Tunisia resort, naming the gunman who targeted Western tourists as Abu Yahya Qayrawani – thought to be the jihadi name of the killer shot dead by authorities after Friday’s attack.
The militant group ISIS has seized enough radioactive material from government facilities to suggest it has the capacity to build a large and devastating “dirty” bomb, according to Australian intelligence reports.
It was called Camp Bucca. To coalition forces in Iraq, it was the primary detention facility for enemy prisoners of war. It is the birthplace of ISIS.
Mr Obama’s lack of a viable alternative foreign policy for the region has put world energy markets at risk. Obama’s JV Team has turned All-Pro, he must be so proud.
ISIS terrorists in the Sinai Peninsula linked to the radical Islamic State group reportedly threatened Thursday to strike the port in Israel’s southern city of Eilat “in the coming days,” according to Egyptian media.
The FBI has targeted Bergen County, New Jersey to stop ISIS militants from getting a stronghold there – and agents have been going to high school with a message.
Al-Shabab gunmen have attacked a college campus in the town of Garissa in northeast Kenya, shooting indiscriminately in dormitories and killing at least 15 people and wounding 65 others, police said.
New images have emerged showing dozens of black balaclava-wearing extremists graduating from an ISIS terror school in northern Syria.
Pentagon officials cannot track the whereabouts of $500 million worth of military equipment the U.S. donated to Yemen since 2007 – raising alarms that the hardware may have ended up with al-Qaeda or Iranian-backed rebels.
This week in Washington, DC, Barack Obama in convening his Summit on Countering Violent Extremism at the White House.
Cairo carried out air strikes against ISIS group targets in Libya on Monday after the jihadists posted a video showing the beheadings of 21 Egyptian Christians.
“Well, one of the origins for it is the Palestinian problem,” Jimmy Carter replied. “And this aggravates people who are affiliated in any way with the Arab people who live in the West Bank and Gaza, what they are doing now — what’s being done to them. So I think that’s part of it.”
Europe has a very serious Muslim problem, and it’s not going away any time soon. Expect many more to be slaughtered to the satanic taunts of Allahu Akbar! as the blood runs in the streets.
A policewoman was shot in the back and killed and a hero street cleaner was shot in the face as he tried to grapple with the gunman in a second horrific terror attack on the streets of Paris within 24 hours.
At least 100,000 people gathered across France tonight to back an anti-Islamist newspaper whose offices were devastated by a deadly terrorist attack.
Three masked Muslim gunmen stormed the offices of the controversial publication, which has previously been attacked over its portrayal of the Prophet Mohammed.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations and the Muslim American Society are both listed as Islamist organizations by the Islamist Money In Politics database, which tracks copious political spending by figures linked to the groups.
We hear so much about all of those moderate Muslims out there. Why aren’t they speaking against the jihadists?
Taliban terrorists stormed the Army Public school in Peshawar, in north-west Pakistan, and committed the horrific act as well as detonating a suicide bomb which killed a number of students.
Luke Somers, a 33-year-old photojournalist, was abducted in 2013 in Sanaa, the capital of Yemen, according to media reports. In a YouTube video published Wednesday, he says he is certain his “life is in danger.”