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The Most Intriguing Spy Stpries From 166 Internal NSA Reporys

IN THE EARLY months of 2003, the National Security Agency saw demand for its services spike as a new war in Iraq, as well as ongoing and profound changes in how people used the internet, added to a torrent of new agency work related to the war on terror, according to a review of 166 articles from a restricted agency newsletter. The ...

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It’s IMPOSSIBLE to be Christian in Iraq

Father Douglas Bazi saw his church blown up in front of him before crazed jihadis knocked his teeth knocked out with a hammer, broke his nose and back and shot him in the leg. He revealed graphic details of his nine days held hostage and the continued persecution of Christians by ISIS when he gave the bleak outlook for his ...

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Inside the Global Jihad May , 2016

Main events of the week In Syria, the fighting in the city of Aleppo and its northern rural area has escalated over the past two weeks. Syrian and Russian aircraft attacked targets in Aleppo neighborhoods controlled by the rebel organizations. The rebel organizations (including the Al-Nusra Front) fired rockets and mortar shells at neighborhoods controlled by the Syrian regime. Hundreds ...

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Baghdad state of emergency declared after protesters storm parliament

A state of emergency has reportedly been declared in Baghdad after supporters of the Shia cleric Moqtada al-Sadr stormed the Green Zone and entered the parliament building. Hundreds of people gathered in protest at the failure of Iraqi MPs to convene for a vote to approve new ministers. The unrest comes after weeks of political turmoil in Baghdad over efforts ...

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Islamic State Demolishes Iconic ‘Clock Church’ in Mosul

In their ongoing rampage against all things Christian, Islamic State jihadists have blown up the historic “Clock Church” in the center of Mosul, one of the most recognizable features of the city which could be seen from miles around. The distinctive bell tower with the clock had been given to Iraqi Christians by the Empress Eugenie, wife of Napoleon III. The ...

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Cell comprises ‘seven or eight’ ISIS terrorists, according to Iraqi officials

An ISIS terror cell has reportedly entered Sweden and is planning on carrying out acts of terror in its capital. ‘Seven or eight’ ISIS terrorists are already in the country with the aim of attacking civilian targets in Stockholm, according to Iraqi security services. Sweden has the second highest ‘ISIS fighters per capita’ in the EU, with intelligence services identifying ...

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Inside Iran April, 2016

Main Points For the first time since regular Iranian army forces began deploying in Syria, seven special force officers were killed. In addition, during the past two weeks at least six more Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) fighters were killed. The Iranian commander of the ground forces said that deploying Iranian “advisors” from the regular army and the IRGC was ...

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Inside the Global Jihad April , 2016

Main events of the week The ceasefire in Syria entered its eighth week, with the familiar characteristics. The US secretary of state and the Russian foreign minister have reiterated their support for the agreement and stressed the need to maintain it.  In Syria, clashes continued between the Syrian Army and its allies on the one hand, and organizations not included ...

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29 German soldiers left to join ISIS

Germany’s Defense Ministry is proposing better screening of new army recruits over fears that Islamic State sympathizers could be joining up to get military training before returning to fight with the terrorists in Iraq and Syria. German counter-intelligence officials believe at least 29 former soldiers from the country have left to join the Islamic State and an internal report revealed ...

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Inside Iran March 27, 2016

Main Points At least four more Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) fighters have been killed in Syria, one of them a lieutenant colonel. Responding publicly to Russia’s decision to withdraw some of its forces from Syria, senior Iranian officials tried to minimize its importance, stressing that the decision would not influence the continuing collaboration of Iran, Russia and Syria. The ...

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