Jihadists claiming allegiance to Al-Qaeda or the Islamic State group have struck in several European countries, with France — where there was a new attack Friday — the hardest hit.
Here is a recap of major attacks in Europe over the past three years.
“According to the plea agreement, Sayyed told people he wanted to attack police stations or the Redstone Arsenal military installation in Huntsville.”
These jihadis aren’t always going to be caught before they succeed in carrying out their jihad massacre. The Islamic State (ISIS) continues to inspire some Muslims, even in the United States, to try to kill unbelievers in the name of Islam. There is going to be more jihad murder in the U.S., even as the mainstream media is consumed with finding incidences of “islamophobia.”
Get educated about the alarming trend by Islamist terrorist groups to recruit and use children to carry out terror attacks and fight as jihadi soldiers.
I just got through watching a video by one of my personal heroes, Anni Cyrus. Now, why do I call her a hero? Well, I did something very unusual this week. I went to see a movie by Clint Eastwood about Jihad in Europe called the 15:17 to Paris. These were real heroes because these were flawed people. People who have their own problems, but when the time came to be courageous, they moved in the face of fear. – By Bill Warner
Police spokesman Calvin Dye Jr. says 53-year-old Mohamed Yussuf Jama of Greeley was driving the tractor-trailer when it crashed into vehicles that had slowed or stopped in a construction zone near Hamel on Nov. 21.
According to US-based SITE monitoring website, the terror group is calling on its supporters to carry out attacks on the US and its allies in response to the move by the Republican firebrand.
The son of Osama, Hamza bin Laden is global jihad’s new star. Not only is he perceived as his father’s natural heir, but he is also a future key player in and potentially the next leader of jihadism.
CNN’s Jake Tapper wanted to know if there was anything that could have prevented the murderous rampage, in Manhattan, by a Muslim immigrant, who had been recruited to live in America for no good reason. Once upon a time that was known as a rhetorical question. To ask the question would have been to answer it.
Islamic State and other groups are planning another terror attack of September 11 magnitude, a top US security chief has warned.
Elaine Duke, Donald Trump’s acting Secretary of Homeland Security, said jihadists were using knife and van attacks to keep their members engaged and their finances flowing as they plot another “big explosion”, The Times reports.
Mrs Duke said at the US embassy in London that intelligence is pointing to extremists plotting to take down planes to inflict mass civilian casualties.
She said IS is currently in an “interim” period focusing on a much bigger endgame.
An Islamic teacher is alleged to have told two boys to kill people who spoke out against Islam and prepared them for jihad by teaching them to throw butter knives and shoot using Nerf guns.
Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen has warned that his country may be seeing a rise of Muslim “parallel societies” and no-go zones and has promised to take steps against them.
Rule of law is imploding in Denmark as “low-tech jihad” and migrant gangs take over the streets. The Danish government should not be surprised. But it appears to be.
The poll, conducted by the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights, reported that 40 percent of the 10,500 Muslim participants across Europe say they have experienced discrimination in various forms, according to The Guardian. The agency conducted the poll in 15 European Union member states, including: Germany, France, Spain, the Netherlands, and Sweden. Each of these countries has suffered Islamic terrorist attacks that killed multiple people in recent years.
Totally irrational, right?
For two decades, Abdullah el-Faisal has preached jihad, on the streets and online, first promoting the grim theology of Al Qaeda and then endorsing the Islamic State. Imprisoned in England and later deported from Kenya to his native Jamaica, he has in recent years kept up his internet proselytizing from his home near Kingston. His influence has turned up repeatedly in major terrorism cases.
“We are facing something closer to a cult network than an organized global adversary. Like many cults through history, the Muslim terrorists thrive by channeling and perverting the idealism of young people.”