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Inside the Global Jihad

Main events of the week This week was marked by a series of attacks carried out by ISIS, demonstrating the operational capabilities of the terrorist and guerrilla infrastructure that ISIS has built outside the core area of its rule in Syria and Iraq. Local ISIS branches and networks were involved in the attacks that were carried out in Turkey, Belgium, ...

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Syrian Kurdish cantons to be replaced by federal system

Map showing de facto cantons held by Kurdish forces in northern Syria (Western Kurdistan or Rojava). ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – A Kurdish official in Syria claimed that the autonomous cantons in Syria Kurdistan (Rojava) will be dismantled and replaced by a federal system. “A conference will be held in the town of Rmelan by the democratic self-administration cantons in Rojava ...

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Putin Says Russia Will Begin Withdrawing Its Military From Syria

Vladimir Putin has announced he will begin withdrawing most of Russia’s air force from Syria. Moscow began conducting airstrikes in the war-torn country in September to help President Bashar al-Assad’s offensive against rebel and jihadist groups. Putin and Assad spoke by phone on Monday, agreeing their goals had mostly been accomplished. Monitors have said more than 1,000 civilians were killed ...

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Global Jihad March 3-9, 2016

Main events of the week The ceasefire in Syria, which came into effect on the night of February 26-27, resulted in a significant decrease in the intensity of the clashes in the areas where it is applied.  These clashes were characterized by local incidents with no significant changes in the situation on the ground. The ceasefire was utilized to transfer ...

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Putin is trying to destabilize Germany

In a secret meeting with German politicians the heads of the country’s two top intelligence services warned that Moscow is deliberately trying to create unrest in Germany, Bild reports. The meeting, which took place in February with members of the Bundestag control committee, was attended by Hans-Georg Maaßen, head of the Verfassungsschutz (internal intelligence) and Guido Müller, deputy head of ...

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Russia and Turkey Move Closer to War 

There are multiple confirmations today, from sources in Hezbollah intelligence in Lebanon, from Iraq and now directly from Russia.  Sources also reveal that Russia has become increasingly frustrated and impatient with Turkey for that nations intransigence in the face of numerous communications from Moscow. Russia has made every effort to inform Turkey that their provocations in Syria will lead to ...

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Russia and Syria ‘weaponising’ refugee crisis to destabilise Europe

Russia and Syria are indiscriminately bombing Syrian civilians to drive the refugee crisis and “weaponise migration”, a Natocommander has claimed. General Phil Breedlove, Nato’s Supreme Allied Commander for Europe and head of the US European Command, said weapons such as barrel bombs have no military value to hit precise targets and instead serve to terrorise those living in rebel-held territories. ...

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Global Jihad – March 3, 2016

Main events of the week The ceasefire in Syria between the Syrian regime and the non-jihadi (so-called moderate) rebel organizations, validated by a UN Security Council resolution, came into effect on the night of February 26-27, 2016. In the following days, there was a marked decline in the intensity of the fighting in the areas where the agreement is supposed ...

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Assad: Terrorists breached cessation of hostilities agreement from the very first hour

Damascus-President Bashar Assad asserted that terrorists breached the cessation of hostilities agreement from the very first hour, while the Syrian Army has refrained from retaliating in order to give the chance for the agreement to survive. President al-Assad added in an interview given to ARD German television that every Syrian gunman should give up armament, and he shouldn’t bear weapon or ...

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Dutch find 30 suspected war criminals among last year’s refugee wave

Dutch officials have identified 30 war crimes suspects, including 10 Syrians, among tens of thousands of Muslims who arrived in the country last year, the justice ministry said Monday. Immigration authorities found them after investigating 170 people, Deputy Justice Minister Klaas Dijkhoff told parliament in a letter following questions from members of parliament. Ten of them were from Syria, while the ...

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