Tag: islamic terrorism

Salafi-Jihadists: “A Persistent Threat” to Europe and America
By June 13, 2014 Read More →

Salafi-Jihadists: “A Persistent Threat” to Europe and America

The threat to Europe and the United States from Islamic terrorism is serious and growing, and new attacks with unexpected targets and timings are increasingly likely, according to two new reports.

French Jihadist Arrested For Brussels Jewish Museum Attack
By June 2, 2014 Read More →

French Jihadist Arrested For Brussels Jewish Museum Attack

The arrest of a French jihadist for the fatal shooting of three people at the Jewish Museum in Brussels confirms the worst fears about the security threat posed by battle-hardened European jihadists returning from the fighting in Syria.

Spain: Jihadists Threaten Catalonia over Burka Ban
By September 13, 2013 Read More →

Spain: Jihadists Threaten Catalonia over Burka Ban

A jihadist group affiliated with Al Qaeda has threatened to carry out terrorist attacks in Catalonia, an autonomous region in northeastern Spain that is home to the largest concentration of radical Islamists in Europe.

EU Blacklists Hezbollah: Not Really
By July 22, 2013 Read More →

EU Blacklists Hezbollah: Not Really

A decision by the European Union to place Hezbollah on its terrorism blacklist is likely to have only a limited impact on the Lebanon-based, Iranian-financed Shiite militant group.

Spain: “Soon the Muslims will be the Kings of the World”
By June 21, 2013 Read More →

Spain: “Soon the Muslims will be the Kings of the World”

The arrests of several Muslim immigrants reflect the mounting challenge that radical Islam is posing for Spain.

Europe Rolls Over for Hezbollah Blackmail
By March 7, 2013 Read More →

Europe Rolls Over for Hezbollah Blackmail

Several Western countries, including the United States, Canada, Australia and the Netherlands officially classified Hezbollah as a terrorist organization many years ago. But the European Union has steadfastly resisted calls to sanction Hezbollah.

Al-Qaeda’s Strategy of a “Thousand Cuts”
By October 30, 2012 Read More →

Al-Qaeda’s Strategy of a “Thousand Cuts”

Spanish police have arrested six members of an al-Qaeda cell in Barcelona that was dedicated to providing a related terrorist cell in Germany with large numbers of stolen passports.

Spain: Al Qaeda Alive and Well
By August 15, 2012 Read More →

Spain: Al Qaeda Alive and Well

Three suspected al Qaeda terrorists who were arrested in Spain in early August were allegedly plotting an airborne attack on a shopping mall near Gibraltar, the British overseas territory on the southernmost tip of Spain.

Spain’s Counter-Terrorism Policy Under Challenge by Al-Qaeda and ETA
By July 6, 2007 Read More →

Spain’s Counter-Terrorism Policy Under Challenge by Al-Qaeda and ETA

The Basque separatist group ETA said that it would end a 15-month cease-fire and resume its terrorist campaign “on all fronts to defend the Basque homeland.”

Spain’s Feminized War on Terror Goes Awry
By April 22, 2007 Read More →

Spain’s Feminized War on Terror Goes Awry

The anti-terrrorism policies of Spanish Prime Minister José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero are making Spain more—not less—vulnerable to terrorism.