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Terrorist News

Norway terror attack could happen Monday

Oslo - The possible terror attack, warned of by Norway's government and security police during the week, could quite likely happen on Monday, according to several independent sources. Security is being tightened and the public told to remain vigilant.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 17 comments

Al Qaeda gives rare apology for Yemeni hospital attack

Sanaa - In a video message on Sunday, Qassim al-Raimi, the leader of al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, issued a rare apology for an attack on a hospital in Yemen earlier this month that left 52 dead.
In the Media by Scott Tuttle - 5 comments

Op-Ed: US weapons finding their way into the wrong hands

After being denied a war by popular opinion and being outmaneuvered by Russia, the US began supplying arms and equipment to the Free Syrian Army (FSA) amid protests that those weapons might fall into the wrong hands; namely, those of US enemies.
In the Media by Justin King - 3 comments

Mandela still a terrorist, claims Canada MP

Conservative Member of Parliament Rob Anders has apparently not backed down in his belief that anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela, who died on Thursday, was a terrorist.
In the Media by Gene Kosowan - 30 comments

FBI calls half of populace with 9/11 doubts potential terrorists

A Department of Justice memo instructs local police, under a program named "communities against terrorism," to consider anyone who harbors "conspiracy theories" about 9/11 to be a potential terrorist.
In the Media by Ralph Lopez - 18 comments

United Nations: Can they help stop farm murders?

Can the United Nations help South Africans stop farm murders? Afriforum will be presenting a petition as supporting evidence to a report on farm murders, which will be submitted to the UN Forum For Minority Issues in November this year.
In the Media by Matthew Hendricks - 3 comments

Mallorca police nab 'radical' hairdresser as suspected terrorist

Alcudia - A German national of Tunisian descent was arrested on Thursday after claiming he had been sent by Allah to "kill all the Spanish." The alleged terrorist was arrested in Alcúdia, Mallorca, and charged with a number of crimes.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 3 comments

Female neo-Nazi murder trial begins in Germany

Germany is engrossed today in the opening of the trial of the woman dubbed the "Nazi bride,” who has been charged with complicity in multiple, racist murders.
In the Media by Stephen Morgan

140 terrorist suspects arrested in Moscow

Moscow - Russia's RT reports that 140 suspected terrorists have been arrested in a swoop yesterday, 30 of whom were foreign nationals
In the Media by Stephen Morgan

Did you know that there are two different Taliban groups?

There are two Taliban groups with two different objectives operating in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Mainstream media has oversimplified the situation by referring to both groups as Taliban. So what are the differences and similarities between them?
In the Media by SarahJones - 1 comment

Terrorist, Big Business, Failed Multi-racial Marriage: Sexwale

Tokyo Sexwale is currently in the news for his high profile divorce from Judy Sexwale. From terrorist to business tycoon to public sector to failed multi-racial marriage, we take a look at just a few of many aspects of Tokyo's life so far:
In the Media by Matthew Hendricks

Somber ceremony marks 20th anniversary of ’93 WTC bombing

New York - City officials and survivors gathered at the 9/11 memorial yesterday in a somber ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of the 1993 World Trade Center terrorist attack.
In the Media by Shawn Kay

FBI, NYPD thwart Federal Reserve Bank terror bombing plot

New York - Agents with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have arrested a man after he allegedly attempted to detonate a bomb outside the Federal Reserve Bank in the lower Manhattan’s financial district of New York City.
In the Media by Greta McClain - 3 comments

France moves to outlaw visitors to terrorist training camps

France's Socialist government yesterday presented legislation to the French parliament that would make it possible for French police to arrest people who visit combat training camps in countries such as Pakistan and Afghanistan.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 2 comments

I quit Twitter because I was branded a terrorist, says 1D's Zayn

Zayn Malik of the teen heartthrob boy band One Direction has revealed that the reason he quit Twitter earlier this year was that he’d been branded a terrorist.
In the Media by Andrew John

7/7 victim John Tulloch can go, but foreign terrorists can stay

Cardiff - Professor John Tulloch who, according to Prince Charles, who visited him in hospital, exemplified the ‘resilience of the British people’ after the London bombings, faces deportation; in contrast to at least eleven foreign terrorists.
In the Media by Richard Milnes

Op-Ed: The terror enigma — Gauging the threat to the 2012 Olympic Games

London - A timely analysis on the terrorist threat and the security challenges it currently poses to the 2012 London Summer Olympic Games.
In the Media by Shawn Kay - 5 comments

US terrorist designation of Boko Haram leaders, ACN blames govt

Abuja - The opposition Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) has blamed the ineptness of Nigerian leadership for the recent decision of the US government to categorize three leaders of the Boko Haram as Specially Designated Global Terrorists.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus

Kenyan port is at imminent threat status

Mombasa - The port of Mombasa in Kenya has been listed by the American Embassy, in Nairobi, as a possible target for attack. All American government personnel have been ordered to leave.
In the Media by Gar Swaffar

Op-Ed: Remembering the victims of the Oklahoma City bombing

Oklahoma City - Today marks the 17th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing, an atrocity perpetrated by domestic terrorists Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols. The date of April 19, is a national day of remembrance for the 168 lives lost in that tragic attack.
In the Media by Shawn Kay - 4 comments

Freed in Shalit deal - Hamas terrorist may return to Israeli jail

A prisoner, classed as a terrorist by Israel, who was set free in the October 2011 Gilad Shalit exchange deal, may be sent back to jail for 27 years following his arrest.
In the Media by Lesley Lanir

Twitter to be sued by pro-Israel legal group

A pro-Israel group is all aflutter over Twitter allowing groups on the U.S. Terrorist list access to the social media site. Can they stop Twitter?
In the Media by Gar Swaffar - 8 comments

Al-Shabaab suicide truck bombing in Mogadishu claims 70 lives

Mogadishu - A suicide truck bombing at the Ministry of Education in Mogadishu claims at least 70 lives. Many of the victims are students who were to receive scholarships from the Turkish government. Al-Shabbab militants have claimed responsibility for the attack.
In the Media by Shawn Kay - 8 comments

NYPD raises concerns about nightclub terror

New York - The NYPD has teamed up with the city's nightlife association to update the 2011 edition of "Best Practices for Nightlife Establishments" to include anti-terrorism tips on suicide bombers for nightclub owners and staff.
In the Media by Shawn Kay

The unconventional revenge of al-Qaida

Mounting setbacks and the loss of their leader, Osama bin Laden, has left al-Qaida rocked and reeling. But could a single attack involving Weapons of Mass Destruction settle it's score with the U.S. and return it once more to international prominence?
In the Media by Shawn Kay

Op-Ed: 911: Tolerance May be Our Greatest Revenge

There are those who would have us believe that all Muslims are the enemy. Is it possible that our greatest revenge for 911 will be to dispel this myth and have Christians and Muslims living together at peace in America?
In the Media by W.V. Fitzgerald - 5 comments

Norway killer expressed desire for prostitutes, wine in manifesto

Oslo - The killer of more than 90 people in Norway planned to prepare for his rampage by drinking expensive French wine and hiring prostitutes, the manifesto he wrote showed on Monday.
In the Media by Edward Xiao - 1 comment

The shadow fighters: inside the world of counter-terrorism

From carrying out daring raids and rescuing hostages to apprehending or killing terrorists, counter-terrorist teams are saving lives. Since 9/11, these teams have been in even more demand. They are often society's last line of defense against terrorism.
In the Media by Shawn Kay

Terrorists attack Pakistan largest naval air base

Karachi - At least 10 members of the Pakistan security forces were killed along with four guerrillas when a Taliban sieged a Navy base in the country’s largest city, Karachi.
In the Media by Joseph Zulu

Op-Ed: The bastard is dead — What now?

The instigator of one of the world’s ugliest conflicts is dead, and may any other fanatic exploiting human misery join him, preferably soon. The problem remains whether the terrorist industry will continue making other people die for their beliefs.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 1 comment
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Underground damage after the bombing at the World Trade Center. On February 26  1993  Islamic terror...
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Underground damage after the bombing at the World Trade Center. On February 26, 1993, Islamic terrorists detonated a truck bombing in an underground parking garage in the World Trade Center killing six and wounding a 1,000.
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Hamid Mir, left, interviewing Osama bin Laden for Daily Pakistan in 1997. Behind them on the wall is an AKS-74U.
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Osama Bin Laden watches television in a video released on May 7  2011  provided by the U.S. Departme...
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Osama Bin Laden watches television in a video released on May 7, 2011, provided by the U.S. Department of Defense.
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Three Al Qaeda terror suspects arrested in Spain.
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Three Al Qaeda terror suspects arrested in Spain.
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In one video   seized at the secret compound in Pakistan where Bin Laden was shot dead by US Navy Se...
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In one video , seized at the secret compound in Pakistan where Bin Laden was shot dead by US Navy Seals last week, the world's most wanted terrorist is seen watching television.
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Plaque in front of the Israeli athletes' quarters commemorating the victims of the Munich massacre which occurred on September 5–6 during the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, Germany.
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Radical cleric Abu Qatada speaking on the BBC s Panorama in 2001
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Radical cleric Abu Qatada speaking on the BBC's Panorama in 2001
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Video seized at the secret compound in Pakistan where Bin Laden was shot dead by US Navy Seals.
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Video seized at the secret compound in Pakistan where Bin Laden was shot dead by US Navy Seals.
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Samantha Lewthwaite, 'White Widow'
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Ambulances and other emergency vehicles at Russell Square  London after the 7th July bombings. At le...
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Ambulances and other emergency vehicles at Russell Square, London after the 7th July bombings. At least 52 people were killed and 700 wounded in the 2005 incident when four al-Qaida suicide bombers detonated their explosives in the London Underground and on buses in a coordinated attack that occurred during the morning rush hour.
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A fighter with al-Qaida in a propaganda video produced by the terrorist organization. Al-Qaida is st...
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A fighter with al-Qaida in a propaganda video produced by the terrorist organization. Al-Qaida is strongly suspected by U.S. officials of trafficking heroin to European cities from Afghanistan to fund it's terrorist activities. As an added bonus, in addition to garnering drug profits the terror group gets to harm and destroy the lives of countless thousands of "infidel" European citizens through heroin addiction.
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On August 3  2001  car bombing by the Real Irish Republican Army (RIRA) in Ealing  London  United Ki...
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On August 3, 2001, car bombing by the Real Irish Republican Army (RIRA) in Ealing, London, United Kingdom. Seven people suffered injuries and the Ealing Broadway shopping center, which was adjacent to the blast, suffered substantial property damage.
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World Trade Center: New Yorkers celebrating Bin Laden s demise.
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World Trade Center: New Yorkers celebrating Bin Laden's demise.
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Ilich Ramírez Sánchez (born October 12  1949)  better known as Carlos the Jackal
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Ilich Ramírez Sánchez (born October 12, 1949), better known as Carlos the Jackal
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An image from a cartoon produced by the al-Qaida organization. Al-Qaida is suspected by U.S. officia...
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An image from a cartoon produced by the al-Qaida organization. Al-Qaida is suspected by U.S. officials of trafficking heroin to European cities from Afghanistan to fund it's terrorist activities.
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Osama bin Laden (right)
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Osama bin Laden (right)
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In one video   seized at the secret compound in Pakistan where Bin Laden was shot dead by US Navy Se...
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In one video , seized at the secret compound in Pakistan where Bin Laden was shot dead by US Navy Seals last week, the world's most wanted terrorist is seen watching television.
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Fan were carried out to makeshift medial areas after local hospitals had all bed filled following th...
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Fan were carried out to makeshift medial areas after local hospitals had all bed filled following the terrorists bombs that exploded in Kampala.
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A still from a police video of the arrest of the Birmingham terror cell. The man pictured here is ri...
A still from a police video of the arrest of the Birmingham terror cell. The man pictured here is ringleader Irfan Naseer.
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The video seized at the secret compound in Pakistan where Bin Laden was shot dead by US Navy Seals l...
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The video seized at the secret compound in Pakistan where Bin Laden was shot dead by US Navy Seals last week.
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