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By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
The Islamic State changed the rules of Islamist insurgency by creating a conventional army and arms industry.
In an exclusive interview with the 'Post,' Brig. Gen. William A. Turner discussed efforts to defeat ISIS, who are operating from within densely populated areas in Iraq.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Could ISIS be planning to target Israelis with chemical weapons, especially as thousands of them will travel to Europe during Passover vacation in April, serving as convenient potential targets?
Trump has made defeating Islamic State one of the key goals of his presidency.
By JONATHAN SPYER
Reporting from the battle to clear the
Islamic State stronghold where a war of succession to
the old Middle East order is taking place amid the ruins.
The French National Front party leader is under investigation for posting three graphic images of Islamic State executions on Twitter in December 2015.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
ISIS fanatics recently encouraged supporters to target Jewish communities in the West in a hate-filled statement posted in an online chat room designated to inspire would-be terrorists to act.
The lawyer tasked with overseeing British laws on terrorism, said the militants were targeting cities and posed "an enormous ongoing risk which none of us can ignore."
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
The terror group officially claimed responsibility late Tuesday night for the rocket fire that was aimed at southern Israel on Monday.
By YOSSI MELMAN
The two rockets that were fired at Israel from Sinai on Monday were probably launched by ISIS. Should Israel consider this attack as a warning?
By SAMIA NAKHOUL/ REUTERS
IS Trump's defiant pledge to crush Islamic State actually incentivizing the terror group to build up its forces in preparation for a major attack on the US?
The case is being closely watched as Germany, a fierce critic of Facebook, is preparing legislation to force the social networking website to remove "hate speech" from its web pages within 24 hours.
Trump's order caused angry reactions in Iraq, where more than 5,000 US troops are deployed, helping Iraqi and Kurdish forces in the war on Islamic State.
“The attacker seemed to rush towards two Orthodox Jews,” says source familiar with investigation. “He really, clearly wanted to kill a Jew.”
The gunman had initially been told to attack the area around the central Taksim square and said his instructions came from a Syrian stronghold of ISIS, local media reports.
The lawsuit was filed in a federal New York court Sunday on behalf of the relatives of three US nationals who were killed by the terror group in Belgium and Paris.
The attack was launched with a car bomb, planted in a street cleaning car that the attackers had stolen a few days earlier, three security sources told Reuters.
39 people, including one Israeli national, were among the fatalities in the New Year's shooting attack.
By MICHAEL GAERTNER,REUTERS
The attack killed 12 people and injured 48, including an Israeli national.
At least 9 people, including a Canadian tourist, were killed in the attack in the city of Karak.
Islamic State is well known for its atrocities, such as massacring thousands of Yazidis and beheading journalists.
In 2003, there were around 1.6 million Christians in Iraq, today there are less than 150,000 Christians remaining.
Heavy Russian air strikes had pushed back the militants from inside the city hours after they captured it last Saturday in a surprise multi-pronged offensive.
By LINDA GRADSTEIN/THE MEDIA LINE
Islamic State, trying to show the world that they can run a state, churned out millions of “official documents.”
The war planes pounded 12 IS targets killing 23 militants, the military said in a written statement on Thursday.
Iraqi officials say they continue to gain ground against the militants who still hold about three-quarters of the country's largest northern city.
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA
Reports have circulated for the past year that the Islamic State leader was no longer in charge of the organization.
This week’s attack on the Golan Heights is a reminder that regardless of which entity is winning the war in Syria, they all have a common goal: destroying the Jewish state.
The arrest of the minor from the Israeli-Arab town Jaljulia was made in light of intelligence information on his intention to leave for Syria.
The small gas-rich Gulf state is a major backer of Hamas.
By ELIYAHU KAMISHER
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
By REUTERS, ADAM RASGON
By HERB KEINON
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
By DANIELLE ZIRI
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