Tag: Al-Qaida

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We Must Set Muslims Against ISIS

There is still a debate over whom the United States is waging war against. Some regard the wave of terrorism undertaken by al-Qaida and the Islamic State as linked significantly to Islam. Others want to distinguish between Islam and these […]

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Drugs Funding Terrorists: The Narco-Terror Trap

The Narco-Terror Trap by ProPublica The DEA warns that drugs are funding terror. An examination of cases raises questions about whether the agency is stopping threats or staging them. by Ginger Thompson, ProPublica December 7, 2015 This story was co-published with […]

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U.S. Appreciates Pakistan’s Efforts For Curbing Terrorism

According to a recent statement issued by the United States, the government of Nawaz Sharif has produced effective results in the war against terrorism by hitting militant hideouts nationwide. The current military operation, code-named Operation Zarb-e-Azb, has produced significant results […]

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Iraq News Send Oil Prices To 10-Month High

Oil prices continued to climb Friday, topping $107 a barrel, after an al-Qaida-inspired group vowed to march on Baghdad after capturing two key Iraqi cities this week. A benchmark for international oil, Brent crude, also jumped 54 cents to $112.96 […]

Energy Companies Pull a Blackwater In North Africa

Energy Companies Pull a Blackwater In North Africa

Norwegian energy company Statoil ASA (NYSE:STO) said last week it was forming a special operations division to handle emergency operations in response to a terrorist attack on a natural gas facility in Algeria. The company said it would double the […]