Monthly Archives: September 2015

German Reporter Reveals ISIS Plans ‘Nuclear Tsunami’

By | 2015-09-30T22:25:06-04:00 September 30th, 2015|News|

A veteran German journalist who became the first to gain access as an embedded reporter with Islamic State (ISIS) revealed the jihadist terror group plans to bring nuclear annihilation across the globe.   The journalist, Jurgen Todenhofer (75), released his findings in a book called "Inside IS - Ten Days in the Islamic State," reports

Netanyahu: Israel Must Become a World Power

By | 2015-09-30T19:23:54-04:00 September 30th, 2015|News|

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu offered a glimpse into his strategic aspirations Thursday at a Jewish New Year's reception at Mossad headquarters, which also marked 65 years since the intelligence arm's founding.   "We cannot solve the basic problems of the Middle East,” he said. “They are revealing themselves in their full force, and today our

Sinai: Egypt Claims it Killed 500 Terrorists in 16 Days

By | 2015-09-30T18:20:48-04:00 September 30th, 2015|News|

The Egyptian military claimed Wednesday to have killed more than 500 jihadi terrorists over the previous 16 days, as it gears up for the second phase of an intensive counter-terrorism operation in the restive eastern Sinai Peninsula.   Scores more terror suspects were also arrested during the operations.   According to the state-controlled Al Ahram,

Putin Considering Unilateral Airstrikes Against ISIS

By | 2015-09-29T16:15:46-04:00 September 29th, 2015|Reports|

Russian President Vladimir Putin, determined to strengthen his country’s only military outpost in the Middle East, is preparing to launch unilateral airstrikes against Islamic State (ISIS) from inside Syria if the U.S. rejects his proposal to join forces, two people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg on Wednesday.   Putin’s preferred course of action, though,

Iran: We’ll Protect Against Mideast Terror

By | 2015-09-26T01:49:37-04:00 September 26th, 2015|News|

Iran's armed forces are the best defense against "terror" in the Middle East, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Tuesday, urging regional countries not to rely on world powers.   "Today, the largest power against intimidation and terror is our armed forces," Rouhani said at a massive military parade in Tehran.   Iran has played

Most Palestinians Oppose ‘Two State Solution’

By | 2015-09-25T18:36:38-04:00 September 25th, 2015|News|

A new poll shows that most Palestinians no longer support the “two state solution,” which entails lopping off Judea, Samaria, and most of Jerusalem from Israel and establishing an Arab state.   According to the poll conducted by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research, 51% of Palestinian Authority residents – including in PA-controlled

Egypt Floods Hamas Terror Tunnels

By | 2015-09-25T18:17:13-04:00 September 25th, 2015|News|

Egypt has begun flooding Hamas terror tunnels beneath the Egypt-Gaza Rafah border crossing Friday, in an apparent attempt to prevent terrorist infiltrations.    According to Dutch news agency DPA, Egypt pumped water from the Mediterranean Sea into the tunnels, making good on threats it made to Hamas last month.   Egyptian officials apparently intend to

Former Bin Laden Lieutenant Killed in Syria Fighting

By | 2015-09-24T15:17:18-04:00 September 24th, 2015|News|

A former lieutenant of former Al-Qaeda chief, Osama bin Laden, has been killed in fighting with pro-government militiamen in Syria, a monitor said Saturday, according to the AFP news agency.   “Abul Hassan al-Tunsi, an important leader of Al-Nusra Front, was killed in clashes Friday between Islamist rebels and pro-government militia around the Shiite villages

Nervous Erdogan Sacks Oddball MPs Amid Rating Slips

By | 2015-09-24T14:47:57-04:00 September 24th, 2015|News|

Further signs have surfaced showing that the crackdown on Kurdish forces by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) - which experts estimated was an elections ploy - has failed spectacularly.   Several analysts explained Erdogan's unofficial war on Kurdish forces launched in July was a ploy to make up for