Abu Sayyaf, an ISIS commander, was killed in a raid by U.S. Special Forces in Syria. He helped direct the terrorist group’s illicit oil operations.
Robert Doggart, who ran for Congress in Tennessee last year, planned to attack a Muslim community in New York with a militia and burn down a school and mosque.
“Windows Upon the Land of Yemen” is a new video purportedly released by the Islamic State. In it, jihadists use head cams as they attack and kill Yemenis.
The Islamic State has purportedly released a new video called “Windows Upon the Land of Yemen.” In it, jihadists use head cams as they raid and kill Yemenis.
A new, hour-long video purportedly released by the Islamic State called “The Flames of War” shows the mass execution of Bashar regime soldiers near Raqqa.
The Islamic State has purportedly released a “Message to America,” threatening cyber attacks against the United States by Islamist hackers.
Veteran journalist Seymour Hersh is calling America’s capture and killing of Osama bin Laden a lie.
Under sharia law, a convicted thief must get their hand amputated. The Islamic State purportedly released these graphic pictures of a thief’s punishment.
Purported photographs of an alleged mass execution of Islamic State jihadists by Syrian militant leader Zahran Alloush has the terrorists in black jumpsuits being executed by men in orange.
A photograph shared on Twitter purports to show the Black Flag of the Islamic State hanging over the city of Ma’an City in South Jordan, very close to Israel.
The Islamic State has broke from orange jumpsuit tradition in a purported new video showing the execution of at least 10 “spies” north of Baghdad, Iraq.
The Islamic State’s Al-Furqan Media purportedly puts out a couple of videos a week showcasing their terrorism throughout Iraq and Syria. Here are their videos from early May 2015.
The Islamic State has purportedly released a new video shot in Homs, Syria showing the execution of 2 men, one charged with being a spy and the other for “insulting God.”
The Islamic State state purportedly has a message to the United States on the site “Just Paste It.” They claim they have soldiers in the U.S.A. and name targets like Pamela Geller.
Nadir Soofi and Elton Simpson intended to kill people in Texas, they were only stopped by the heroic actions of one cop.