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Abe Foxman blames Obama for not recognizing radical Islam as problem

Abe Foxman blames Obama for not recognizing radical Islam as problem

Abe Foxman as the guardian of the Jewish people, he recently pointed his finger at world leaders for refusing to name radical Islam as the… Read More ›

Belgian authorities say more than ten people arrested in anti terror raids

Belgian authorities say more than ten people arrested in anti terror raids

Dozen suspects have been arrested in Belgium, France and Germany in continuing searches for suspected terrorists, authorities said Friday. Thirteen people were detained in Belgium… Read More ›

Two men arrested in Berlin on suspicion of supporting terrorism

Two men arrested in Berlin on suspicion of supporting terrorism

Hundreds of Berlin police raided 11 residences at dawn Friday, taking two Turkish men into custody on suspicion they were recruiting fighters and procuring equipment… Read More ›

Endless nightmare in Paris

Endless nightmare in Paris

Three people have been taken hostage by an unknown gunman at a post office in Colombes, a northwest suburb of Paris, French media reported Friday.… Read More ›

Obama wants to veto new Iran sanctions

Obama wants to veto new Iran sanctions

President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron pledged a joint effort on Friday to fight domestic terrorism following deadly attacks in France. They… Read More ›

Anti-Islam group buys ads on San Francisco buses and displays the image of Adolf Hitler

Anti-Islam group buys ads on San Francisco buses and displays the image of Adolf Hitler

An anti-Islam group has sparked controversy with the purchase of advertisements on San Francisco’s public buses that display the image of Adolf Hitler and accuse… Read More ›

A man who plotted to attack the U.S. Capitol and kill government officials was arrested on Wednesday

A man who plotted to attack the U.S. Capitol and kill government officials was arrested on Wednesday

A criminal complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Ohio charges Christopher Lee Cornell with attempting to kill officers and employees of the United States.… Read More ›

Hackers attacked a Twitter account belonging to the Pentagon

Hackers attacked a Twitter account belonging to the Pentagon

U.S. and European government sources said investigators strongly believe that Junaid Hussain, 20, was the leader of CyberCaliphate, though they do not know if he… Read More ›

Authorities said 54 people had been detained in France for glorifying terrorism

Authorities said 54 people had been detained in France for glorifying terrorism

Charlie Hebdo’s defiant new issue sold out before dawn Wednesday around Paris, with some scuffles at kiosks over dwindling copies of the satirical paper fronting… Read More ›

Romney launching a third run for president

Romney launching a third run for president

Now it appears the competition among the more establishment-minded GOP candidates for president will end up just as fierce. With Mitt Romney’s move in the… Read More ›

Israel newspaper photoshops female leaders out of front page picture from Paris rally for Charlie Hebdo

Israel newspaper photoshops female leaders out of front page picture from Paris rally for Charlie Hebdo

The newspaper HaMevaser removed the few females featured in a photo of 40 world leaders at the Sunday rally. The alteration is part of the… Read More ›

A man linked to Charlie Hebdo attackers is arrested in Bulgaria

A man linked to Charlie Hebdo attackers is arrested in Bulgaria

A French citizen believed to have links to one of the Kouachi brothers is arrested in Bulgaria. Fritz-Joly Joachin, 29, was arrested under two European… Read More ›

Facebook users in U.S. will receive Amber Alerts to find missing children

Facebook users in U.S. will receive Amber Alerts to find missing children

Facebook users in the U.S. will soon receive Amber Alerts to help find missing children who may be located near them. Facebook Inc. is working… Read More ›

Egypt arrests ISIS members that planned to assassinate government ministers

Egypt arrests ISIS members that planned to assassinate government ministers

Egypt has arrested an Islamic State cell that planned to assassinate government ministers. The suspects from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Egypt were supposed to have gotten… Read More ›

Foive-point plant for tackling anti-Semitism

Foive-point plant for tackling anti-Semitism

A five-point plan for tackling anti-Semitism was presented to Theresa May and law enforcement officials this week. The proposals – from the Campaign against Anti-Semitism… Read More ›

Obama was absent at Sunday’s rally for unity in Paris

Obama was absent at Sunday’s rally for unity in Paris

Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday he will travel to Paris this week to show solidarity with the French people, following sharp criticism of… Read More ›

UK police service meets French ambassador to discuss security cooperation

UK police service meets French ambassador to discuss security cooperation

The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe met the French Ambassador on Monday to discuss co-operation over security and policing in the light… Read More ›

Al-Qaida is behind Paris attacks

Al-Qaida is behind Paris attacks

A member of al-Qaida’s branch in Yemen says the group directed the attack against the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris “as revenge for… Read More ›

New York sees a major increase in tourism

New York sees a major increase in tourism

According to Crain’s New York, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island attracted 4.2 million visitors last year—the islands’ third biggest year in visitation after… Read More ›

ISIS use tweeter to ask for ways to kill pilots

ISIS use tweeter to ask for ways to kill pilots

The radical Islamic State terror group is asking social media users how it should murder the Jordanian pilot captured while flying a mission for the… Read More ›