Since the ascent of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in 2016, the walls separating westerners and Saudis have been coming down.
Those warning of another intifada are right to sound the alarm.
The Foreign Intelligence Service claimed that in January, 60 "terrorists" were selected and were training at the U.S. al-Tanf base in Syria.
Israelis today are bracing themselves for a new intifada.
Many banks are now required to report numerous suspicious activities—including terrorism—to authorities.
The dots are not too difficult to connect.
The Colorado congresswoman made the remarks before the House voted to censure Rep. Paul Gosar for posting an animated video depicting him killing a colleague.
The attempt on the president's life comes amid several jihadist attack in Central Mali in recent days.
The government said jihadis began shooting people and burning down homes and a village market.
Palestinians are now certain they will be rewarded, not punished, for their aggression.
The sooner Macron and Kurz confront political Islam, the better.
Israel is putting Iran's nuclear scientists on notice that their chosen vocation could turn out to be downright hazardous to their health.
Tracing the intellectual pedigree of the current madness rocking America.
The body of Lieutenant Colonel Arnaud Beltrame, 44, was transported across Paris in a procession on Wednesday morning to Les Invalides military museum, the burial site of Napoleon Bonaparte.
A gunman who was under police surveillance for radical views killed three people in separate incidents in southern France.
"Our concerns are different from other girls…Our concern is to raise the flag over the shadow of our swords."
A woman claims that she made her son ill to avoid being forced to travel to Syria with her extremist husband.
Jones, who was married to British Jihadi Junaid Hussain, was said to have been killed near the Syria-Iraq border.
The Palestinian-American activist says she not advocating violent struggle, but telling the truth to "tyrants."
The move comes after the revelation that an ISIS-linked attacker who rammed a car into a police van in Paris was a gun-club member.
Gunmen attacked a cafe in the country's capital a year ago.
Inside efforts to rehabilitate children exposed to the militant group's extreme ideology of violence against non-believers.