“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 photo of an anti-Houthi fighter in Yemen called “The Beast” has gone viral because of how the militant looks fighting in a metamorphose silicone wrestling mask.
Houthi rebel soldiers were beheaded and executed on camera in a new video purportedly released by the Shabwah Yemen branch of the Islamic State.
A new video released by the Islamic State purports to show 4 Houthi rebel soldiers beheaded and 10 executed by gunfire in the Shabwah province of Yemen.
A worshiper at the Alhchoc mosque in Sanaa was recording on his cell phone when a suicide bomber detonated, part of two mosque attacks that killed 137 people.
The Islamic State, ISIS, has taken credit for a bombings at mosques in the Yemeni capitol Sanaa that may have left as many as 127 people dead.
Mufid A. Elfgeeh, 30, a Yemeni American citizen who lives in Rochester, NY, has been accused of recruiting for ISIS in Syria and Yemen.
Three more US drone strikes, killing a total of 9 al-Qaeda militants, marks an increase in attacks in the last two weeks, where at least 31 have been killed.
A U.S. drone strike killed four alleged al-Qaeda militants in Yemen on Tuesday as the State Department ordered all Americans in the U.S. Embassy there to leave the country.
An intercepted communique between al-Qaeda leaders Ayman al-Zawahiri and Nasir al-Wahishi caused the alert that closed more than 20 overseas embassies on Sunday.
Top al-Qaeda leader, Saeed al-Shihri has been confirmed dead. Al-Shihri was considered the #2 ranking member of the al Qaeda In the Arabian Peninsula organization.
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The United States has fortified embassies worldwide following the attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya. Four Americans, including Ambassador Christopher Stevens, were killed in Tuesday’s attack on the compound in Benghazi.