Tags : Daesh


ISIS claims responsibility for Kabul attack after over 20 rockets

Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) has claimed responsibility for an attack on Afghanistan’s capital that left eight dead and several dozen injured, nearly three weeks after it carried out a rampage at Kabul University. Afghanistan’s Interior Ministry said that a total of 23 rockets hit targets across Kabul. At least one rocket landed in an […]Read More


Turkey Says Will Send Daesh Prisoners to Home Countries

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said on Saturday Turkey would send captured Daesh members back to their home countries, and he complained about European inaction on the matter. “That is not acceptable to us. It’s also irresponsible,” he said of Europe leaving Turkey to deal with the prisoners alone. “We will send the […]Read More


‘He Died Crying and Screaming’: Trump Confirms Daesh Leader Baghdadi

On Saturday night, the president left a mysterious tweet, writing that “something very big has just happened,” with the White House later saying he would make an announcement on Sunday morning. President Trump has confirmed that US special forces have killed Daesh (ISIS) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. “Last night the US brought the world’s number […]Read More


Security Forces Gun Down 7 IS-linked Militants in the Southern

Security forces killed seven suspected members of an Islamic State-inspired militant group during a clash in the southern Philippines, the military said Friday. Combined police and military forces attacked the suspects’ hideout in a village in southern Midsayap town on Wednesday, sparking a firefight that led to the casualties, local infantry commander Lt. Col. Glen […]Read More


Paris Attack: Ideology of Daesh Still Exists in EU, Radicalisation

The Paris stabbing attack at the police headquarters was cited by French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner as a sign of a “state malfunction.” British terrorism experts Peter Williams and David Lowe have discussed the reasons behind radicalisation and terrorism in Europe. On 3 October, Michael Harpon, a 45-year-old computer expert stabbed three police officers and […]Read More


4 Daesh-linked suspects arrested in southern Turkey

Four people were arrested in the southern Turkish province of Adana over their suspected links to Daesh terror group, security sources said on Thursday, Anadolu Agency reports. The arrests came after police squads raided suspected locations thought to be used by Daesh terrorists as part of an anti-terror operation, according to sources who asked not […]Read More


Bangladesh, Other Countries Brace for Possible Return of IS Fighters

Bangladesh will bar citizens who left to join the Islamic State in Syria, authorities told BenarNews on Tuesday, as Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines took divergent steps in preparation for the possible return of their nationals after U.S.-backed forces demolished the extremist group’s last territorial pocket over the weekend. The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), […]Read More