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Terrorism: Over 200,000 killed in Nigeria, other ‘Islamic’ countries

•Records $348 billion economic losses Jude Johnson  The Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition (IMCTC) has said that over 200,000 people were either killed or wounded over the last five years in Islamic countries’ terror attacks. This was disclosed on Sunday when the Defense Ministers of the Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition met for the first time 

In Secret Deal Trump Allowed ISIS Fighters Safe Passage Out of Raqqa

When the Islamic State was allegedly purged from the self-professed caliphate’s de facto capital Raqqa, it was really big news and celebrated as a hard-fought victory for Syria and the American-led Western coalition. In fact Trump claimed ISIS “gave up” because he is the president. But according to a seriously “deep report”

Iran: Army Chief calls for Israeli-Saudi intelligence cooperation

Saudi Arabia do not have diplomatic ties but have a shared interest in countering Iran Israel’s top military commander has given an unprecedented interview to a Saudi website, offering to share intelligence between the Jewish state and the Arab regional power in a joint effort to counter Iran. Lieutenant General Gadi

Is It Time To Jettison The Flawed Bilateral Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process?

Note: The opinions and comments stated in the following article, and views expressed by any contributor to In Homeland Security, do not represent the views of American Military University, American Public University System, its management or employees. By James J. Barney Associate Professor of Legal Studies, School of Security and Global Studies, American

Profile: Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman

The youngest defence minister in the world and the first in line to the throne, 32-year-old Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud is also the kingdom's deputy prime minister. Early life Mohammed bin Salman, known colloquially as MBS, was born on August 31, 1985. His mother, Princess Fahda bint Falah bin Sultan

Trump’s Secret Iran Weapon

Jewish state, Islamic kingdom see interests converge vs Iran Both join Trump pushback; Lebanon’s Hezbollah is in crosshairs Israelis talk about when, not if, they’ll fight Hezbollah again. Since the last war in 2006, they’ve repeatedly reinforced the border with Lebanon. Snaking through the pine forests that separate the countries

Hariri’s resignation and why the Middle East is on edge, again

A dramatic series of events these past few days has the Middle East on edge: On Saturday, Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri suddenly resigned from his post via Saudi television, accusing Iran of interfering in his country’s affairs. Then that night, Yemeni Houthis—who are backed by Iran—fired a ballistic missile

House of Saud: Princes detained

Eleven princes have been detained in an anti-corruption sweep in Saudi Arabia, under the direction of the Crown Prince. Nearly a dozen princes and tens of prominent businessmen and officials were dismissed and detained in Saudi Arabia in an investigation by a new anti-corruption committe headed by Crown Prince Muhammed bin Salman. The detained