From Fox News: Spanish police arrested seven suspected members Sunday of a jihadi cell linked to Islamic State and Jabhat al-Nusra militants during raids in the eastern provinces of Valencia and Alicante and in Spain’s North African enclave of Ceuta. In a statement, police said the cell was well-organized and coordinated by a ringleader who […]
The bombing took place in a predominantly Kurdish city in Syria, killing 16 and wounding 35 others.
It’s a tough task for Twitter, but at least they’re trying to clamp down on ISIS social media recruiting on their social media platform.
A German journalist said that ISIS believes Israel is a greater threat to them than the U.S. or other Western countries. Photo by Israel Defense Forces
Fox News reported that U.S. airstrikes killed the Syrian-based terrorist leader who organized the Paris terrorist attacks. Photo by Secretary of Defense
The city has been “fully liberated,” Iraqi forces said and there may be some mop-up operations in the city to complete.
But what is left unsaid is that it took five months for U.S. coalition air support to push the Islamists out of Kobane (which is located in Syria, close to the Syria-Turkey border). The Kurdish militia, the peshmerga, did their job well and sacrificed many of their lives to take the city.
We hope so, too. Tragic how ISIS killed another Japanese hostage as the country was preparing to meet their demands.
That’s an astoundingly high sum, but hostage takers like the Islamist terrorist group Islamic State have no remorse over executing hostages.
Figures, huh? Without a full commitment, not much will change on the ground. Thanks, Obama.
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