Special Correspondent for In Homeland Security
In Garland, Texas, two jihadist gunmen on an FBI list opened fire on a crowd with assault rifles while wearing body armor at an event Sunday. Law enforcement officials told The New York Times that the event was a place to gather and share cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad.
The Washington Post
President Obama argued Wednesday that America must "discredit violent ideologies" if it wants to counter recruiting efforts by the Islamic State and al-Qaeda here at home.
Special Guest Contributor
There are at least two ways to attack, weaken, and destroy any enemy or opposing force. It can be done from either an external or an internal position. A building may be exploded using a missile or some source of attack to its external structure, which causes a weakening to the entire building, or the building might be imploded by a destructive source within.
By Dr. Terry Simmons
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security
I recently conducted a research interview concerning the subject of the Islamic State of Syria and Iraq (ISIS) and the new Caliph Ibrahim.
By Dr. Laura Culbertson
Faculty Member, International Relations at American Public University
It was two years ago this December when protests erupted across the Arab world following the self-immolation of Tunisian street vendor Mohamed Bouazizi on Dec. 17, 2010. During these two years, the world witnessed the ousting of President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali of Tunisia and President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt, as well as the resignation of President Ali Abdullah Saleh of Yemen.