Christians, in an Epochal Shift, Are Leaving the Middle East - WSJ
by: Maria Abi-Habib
Like the Jews before them, Christians are fleeing the Middle East, citing violence and discrimination, and in the process emptying what was once one of the world’s most-diverse regions of its ancient religions. Their departure is leaving behind an ominous void.
Turkey Says U.S. Is Backing Terrorism by Arming Syrian Kurds - Bloomberg
Turkey objected strongly to U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to arm Kurdish forces in Syria, calling the plan unacceptable and amounting to support for terrorists.
Dan Coats: Homegrown terrorists to try 'frequent' attacks - CNNPolitics.com
by: Jeremy Herb
The threat of homegrown extremists is the greatest terrorism threat facing the United States, the nation's top spy said Thursday.
How the US Creates Terrorism
In February, writing in the pages of the Nation, the Middle East historian Juan Cole ruminated on how the US could defeat ISIS. The answer, he argued, is to forge an alliance with Iran and its network of militias.
Meet Emmanuel Macron’s Man on Terrorism, Professor Gilles Kepel
The professor Marine Le Pen loathes and the jihadists want to kill hopes that France can break out of the cycle of fear and hate promoted by both ISIS and xenophobic populists.
FBI's Comey: 15% of terrorists came to US as refugees, at least 300
by: Paul Bedard
The FBI has revealed that at least 15 percent of the agency's terrorism investigations focus on immigrants who arrived as refugees, vetted by groups like the United Nations.
Corruption, Terrorism, And Mafia: The Global Black Market For Oil | OilPrice.com
Crude Oil’s black market is becoming a greater problem each year worldwide as it is tied to corruption, criminal activity, terrorism, and violence
Ulama Summit Against Terrorism pushes through despite terror threats
THE holding of the three-day Ulama Summit Against Terrorism pushed through despite threats from the terror group to prevent the religious leaders to attend the event. The summit, which is being held in Cotabato City, started on Friday, May 12, and ends Sunday, May 14. It is jointly spearheaded by the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) and Ulamas in the region. The participants of the three-day summit emphasized that Islam must not and cannot be used to justify violent extremism and terrorism.
Terrorists Are Not Snowflakes | Foreign Policy
Terrorists Are Not Snowflakes « | Foreign Policy | the Global Magazine of News and Ideas
3 women in London terrorism case make 1st court appearance | Fox News
Three women have appeared in a London court charged with planning a knife attack in the neighborhood of London where Parliament is located.