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Imad Mughniyeh And


An Unlikely Alliance

As is known, the Islamic State (ISIS) originated with Osama bin Laden and his Islamic jihad, but many overlook the importance of another player in the equation, Iran.  Over the past 20 years, Iranian intelligence has provided financial, material, technological and other support to al-Qaeda in Iraq.

 Imad Mughniyeh, who led an extensive network of Hezbollah, al-Qaeda, Hamas and several small terrorist groups in five continents, was responsible for this.

DATE LAST EDITED:  07-2019 

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Al-Qaida, Taliban, ISIS,

ISIL, IS, e.g. –

Who Are They?

What Do They Want?

Why?


Jihād Organizations

During the 1990s and particularly after the September 11, 2001 attacks in the United States, jihād organizations have increasingly been recognized as fundamental actors in contemporary world politics and as major factors of disruption, threat, and instability at the local as well as the global level.  

DATE LAST EDITED:  07-2019 

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Al-Qaida, Taliban, ISIS, ISIL, IS, e.g. –


What Do They Want?

The goal of Islam is to rule the entire world and submit all of mankind to the faith of Islam.  Any nation or power that gets in the way of that goal, Islam will fight and destroy.  In Order to fulfill that goal, Islam will use every thing available in order to bring worldwide revolution.

Islam isn’t in America, Europe, or Asia to be equal to any other faith.  It is there to become the dominant religion.  The qur’an will become the highest authority and Islam the only accepted religion on Earth.

No countries, not borders, no leaders, no religions.

Only Islam & WORLD DOMINATION.

DATE LAST EDITED:  07-2019 

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Al-Qaida, Taliban, ISIS,

ISIL, IS, e.g. –

Why?

Global domination

The goal of Islam is to rule the entire world and submit all of mankind to the faith of Islam.  Any nation or power that gets in the way of that goal, Islam will fight and destroy.  In order to fulfill that goal, Islam will use everything available in order to bring worldwide revolution.

DATE LAST EDITED:  07-2019 

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Maps That Explain Terrorism

Part I

Terrorism is a simple idea — intentionally targeting non-combatants to instill terror in a way that will accomplish political goals — that has had a profound impact on the world.  But while we may think of terrorism today as something associated with wild-eyed religious radicals, in fact its history is much more complicated than that, and even the rise of what we now call jihadism is more complicated than you may think. What follows are maps and charts to tell this story

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Maps That Explain Terrorism

Part II

Since 9/11, al-Qaeda has established a much wider network.  This includes formal affiliates that pledge “bayat” (loyalty) to al-Qaeda’s leadership, such as al-Shabaab in Somalia, as well as groups that aren’t formally dedicated to al-Qaeda’s cause but are willing to help it (like the Afghan Taliban). 

How al-Qaeda Operates:

Affiliates And Allies

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The “Radical Islamic”


Network

Abu Sayyat

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 Algama’at Al Islamiyya:

 Algerian Armed Islamic Group:\

 Algerian Islamic Salvation Front:

 Al Fuqra:

 Al Muhajiroun:

 Al Qaeda:

 American Islamic Group:

 Association Of Muslim Scientists:

 Council on American-Islamic Relations (C.A.I.R.)

 Global Relief Foundation:

 Hamās:

 Hezbollah:

 Holy Land Foundation:

 International Institute For Islamic Thought:

 Islamic African Agency:     

 Islamic African Relief Agency:

 Islamic Association For Palestine:

Islamic Circle Of North America:

 Islamic Jihad:

 Islamic Liberation Party:

 Islamic Medical Association:

 Islamic Society Of North America (ISNA):

 Jamante-Islam:

 Mosque Foundation:

 Muslim American Society:

 Muslim Brotherhood:

 Muslim Community Association:

 Muslim Students’ Association:

 Muslim World League:

 Muslim Youth Of North America:

 Palestine Islamic Jihad (PIJ):

 Sulaiman Abdul Aziz Al Rajhi (SAAR Network/ Fdn):

 Saudi Arabia:

 United Association For Studies And Research:

 World Assembly Of Muslim Youth (WAMY):

 ZAKAT Foundation of America:

 V

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 University Clubs:

 Community Colleges:

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Jihād Organizations

During the 1990s and particularly after the September 11, 2001 attacks in the United States, jihād organizations have increasingly been recognized as fundamental actors in contemporary world politics and as major factors of disruption, threat, and instability at the local as well as the global level.  They have therefore drawn much attention from the media, from decision-makers, and from academics alike.  In the representation of many Westerners, they have become a kind of ultimate, new post–Cold War enemy that is said to put into jeopardy the livelihoods and values of many — whether in Europe and North America or in the Muslim world.  The complexity of these groups as well as their diversity have yet been insufficiently acknowledged.

DATE LAST EDITED:  11-2019 

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Mujāhidīn

The Sāzimān-i Mujāhidīn-i Khalq-i Īrā(n (Holy Warrior Organization of the Iranian People; officially, People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran) is better known simply as the Iranian Mujāhidīn.  It is a religious, but anti-clerical, organization and constitutes the main opposition to the Islamic Republic of Iran.

DATE LAST EDITED:  11-2019 

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2018 Global Terrorism Index

The Global Terrorism Index for 2018 was released showing the fourth year in a row that deaths from terrorism worldwide fell.

 From a peak in 2014 (due to the rapid rise of ISIS), 2018 saw 15,952 deaths from terrorism, a 15.2 percent fall from 2017.

DATE LAST EDITED: 22-2019