Police action

Driver in France shouting 'Allahu Akbar' mows down 11 pedestrians

Sunday World 24 December 2014

A motorist shouting "Allahu Akbar” ("God is greatest”) ploughed into pedestrians in eastern France yesterday, injuring 11 of them, just a day after a man yelling the same words

 

French knife attacker Bertrand Nzohabonayo was Islamic convert

The Telegraph 24 December 2014
By Rory Mulholland

French police investigating a young man shot dead after he attacked officers with a knife while shouting "Allahu Akbar” ("God is great" in Arabic), say that he was a convert to

 

Brooklyn Cop Killing Ties To Islam

Counter Jihad Report 24 December 2014
By Rachel Molschky

Two police officers were murdered in cold blood on Saturday, December 20. Ismaaiyl Brinsley, who’s middle name is reportedly "Abdullah,” was identified as the killer of NYPD

 

Partner of Sydney siege gunman jailed

Telegraph.co.uk 22 December 2014
By Jonathan Pearlman

Amirah Droudis, the partner of the gunman in the Sydney siege, has been sent to jail after her bail on murder charges was revoked. Droudis, 35, is accused of murdering the ex-wife

 

3 Hizb-ut Tahrir men held in Natore

Prothom Alo (English) 22 December 2014

Police arrested three suspected members of banned Islamic outfit Hizb-ut Tahrir Bangladesh from Muktijuddho Sansad Bhaban in Sadar upazila on Natore on Sunday. (continue reading...)

 

Australia Announces an Investigation Into the Sydney Siege, Then Has to Investigate the Announcement

VICE News 19 December 2014
By Scott Mitchell

The Australian government on Wednesday announced an investigation into the events that allowed Sydney siege gunman Man Haron Monis, an individual with an extensive

 

Islamic State selling church artefacts worth millions to western collectors

Christian Today 19 December 2014
By Carey Lodge

Western collectors are thought to be in direct contact with Islamic State looters, who have taken millions of pounds worth of artefacts from ancient churches across Iraq and Syria

 

Islamic State recruits more than just fighters

The Boston Globe 17 December 2014
By Eric Tucker

WASHINGTON — As it looks to expand its territorial base across broad swaths of Iraq and Syria, the Islamic State is recruiting for more than just fighters. The extremist

 

France says 13 jihadi networks dismantled, 5 terror attacks thwarted, departures to Syria grow

Minneapolis Star Tribune 17 December 2014
By LORI HINNANT

PARIS — France has thwarted five terror attacks and dismantled 13 networks linked to extremists in Syria but the number of young people leaving to join the fight has doubled in

 

Sydney siege aftermath: Man charged following alleged hate threats to Auburn mosque

Sydney Morning Herald 17 December 2014
By Emma Partridge

Hundreds of extra police will flood popular destinations in Sydney following the Martin Place siege and alleged hate threats, including hoax phone calls threatening to destroy

 

Australian Police Kill Muslim Jihadi While Sydney’s Islamic Community Feigns Shock

The Counter Jihad Report 17 December 2014
By John Guandolo

Australian Police stormed a cafe in Sydney today (Dec 15) killing an Iranian Sunni Muslim who had taken hostages and made demands, ending the siege which began

 

Saudi police close 10,000 Twitter accounts for 'religious violations'

Christian Today 17 December 2014
By Lucinda Borkett-Jones

Saudi Arabia's religious police have shut down 10,117 Twitter accounts in the last year on the grounds of "religious and ethical violations". The Committee for the Promotion of Virtue

 

Jakarta Post Editor’s Blasphemy Case ‘Under Review’: Police

Jakarta Globe 17 December 2014
By Dominic Diongson

Hints emerged on Monday the police may be softening their stance in the blasphemy investigation against The Jakarta Post’s chief editor, Meidyatama Suryodiningrat. Although the

 

Suspects Arrested in Belgium Following Apartment Siege

TIME 16 December 2014
By Naina Bajekal

Authorities said the incident was not linked to terrorism Three people were arrested in Belgium on Monday after men burst into an apartment building and took a hostage in

 

Sydney Siege Ends: Police Storm Cafe Where Man Haron Monis Held Hostages

NBCNews 16 December 2014
By Alastair Jamieson

A gunman was killed and two hostages are dead after police stormed a chocolate shop in Sydney on Monday, ending a 16-hour siege by a self-professed sheik. An intelligence

 

Swiss Ex-Jihadist Escapes Prison, Sentenced To 600 Hours Of Community Service

International Business Times 16 December 2014
By Avaneesh Pandey

A Swiss national who returned to the country after spending three months at an Islamic State group training camp in Syria will not be imprisoned, Swiss Attorney General Michael

 

Sydney Sheikh Haron Was Charged in Ex-Wife's Torching Murder

NBCNews 16 December 2014
By Tracy Connor

More than a year before the Sydney hostage siege, Man Haron Monis was arrested for accessory to the murder of his ex-wife — who was repeatedly stabbed and set on fire — and

 

Faces of the hostages: Heroic Sydney cafe manager, 34, shot dead as he grabbed terrorist's gun to protect others - and the brill

Daily Mail 16 December 2014

These are the faces of the innocent victims forced to endure some 16 hours of hell as they were held hostage in Sydney's terrorist siege. Tori Johnson, the manager of the

 

Sydney jihadi registered an Australian toll-free phone number, ending with the numbers 4JIHAD

Pamela Geller 16 December 2014

There is abundant evidence that the Sydney hostage-taker was an Islamic jihadist, motivated by the quran and the example of Muhammad. But predictably, the enemedia is in full

 

Sydney jihad hostage-taker was not on terror watch list

Jihad Watch 16 December 2014

He was on bail for involvement in the honor murder of his ex-wife. He was charged with sexual assault. He had pleaded guilty to sending harassing letters to the families of

 
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