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Clockwork orange jihad: the Islamic State comes to Canada
While the facts have been largely ignored by European media, the “Clockwork Orange” style of jihad of the Islamic State made its debut in Canada at the beginning of the week. On Monday, a Canadian soldier was fatally wounded (and another one injured) after he has been hit by an known Islamist in his car. On Wednesday in the end of the morning, another serviceman was wounded when a man opened fire against the National War Memorial, in Ottawa. The man ran toward the Canadian Parliament which was closed. Nevertheless, witnesses say they heard “several gunshots” inside the building. It’s too early to assess the last event, but the first one is quite clear.
Djihad orange mécanique l’Etat Islamique débarque au Canada
Les faits ont été largement ignorés par les médias européens, mais le djihad style « Orange Mécanique » de l’Etat Islamique a fait son entrée au Canada en ce début de semaine. Lundi, c’est soldat canadien qui a été mortellement blessé, tandis qu’un autre était grièvement blessé, par un islamiste connu des services de police les ayant percuté avec son véhicule. Ce mercredi, en fin de matinée, un autre militaire a été blessé après qu’un inconnu ait ouvert le feu à plusieurs reprises contre le National War Memorial d’Ottawa avant de prendre la fuite. Le parlement canadien, tout proche du mémorial a été fermé tandis que les forces de l’ordre se lançaient dans la chasse à l’homme. A l’heure où nous écrivons, aucun détail exploitable n’a été révélé sur le plus récent des deux attentats, mais on pejut déjà se livrer à une analyse du premier d’entre eux.
What is the real threat posed by "Jihadist hackers"?
Latest reports on cyber incidents highlight the increasing prevalence of what we can call “Jihadist hacking”, meaning that states will need to “rearm” themselves and make determinant choices in the face of this slowly but surely growing cyber threat.
Belgium/Syria: New reports confirm increasing involvement of Belgian jihadists in Syria
On June 27, the judge for the Spanish National Court, issued an arrest warrant against Ismail Abdelatif Al Lal, 38, in connection to the investigation of Jihadist recruiting network operating in Ceuta and Morocco dismantled last June 21.
United Kingdom: Knife attack against a soldier in South London highlights the threat of home-grown terrorism
On Wednesday afternoon in John Wilson Street, in Woolwich, South London, a British soldier, whose identity has not been disclosed yet and aged around 20, was hacked to death by two black men shouting Islamist slogans. (...)
‘Neo-jihadism’ in France: lessons from an anti-terrorist operation
Early Saturday (10.06) morning, the “Sous Direction Anti-Terroriste” (SDAT, the French anti-terrorist unit) of the judicial police (...)
Le « neo-djihadisme » en France : leçons d’une opération antiterroriste
Tôt ce matin, la Sous Direction Anti-terroriste (SDAT) de la police judiciaire et la Direction Centrale du Renseignement Intérieur (...)
Bloody day in Pakistan in the name of love for the Prophet
The excerpt of the film “Innocence of Muslims” that was broadcasted on Youtube at the beginning of September provoked an outburst (...)
Journée sanglante au nom de l'amour du prophète au Pakistan
La diffusion d’extraits du film « L’innocence des musulmans » sur Youtube au début du mois de septembre (...)
Toulouse: «Individual terrorist» arrives in France
The prime suspect in the killings in Toulouse and Montauban is a young self-declared “salafi” French Muslim (...)
Toulouse : le «Djihad individuel» debarque en France
Le principal suspect dans les tueries de Toulouse et Montauban est donc un jeune Français musulman se réclamant du « salafisme » (...)
Gender equality in the Palestinian territories: a sine qua non condition to peace
“We stress the important role of women in the prevention and resolution of conflicts and in peacebuilding (...)


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