Indian-origin Islamic State terrorist, said to have replaced 'Jihadi John', designated 'global terrorist' by US state department
The US has designated Indian-origin Islamic State militant from Britain, Siddhartha Dhar, along with a Belgian-Moroccan citizen as global terrorists and imposed sanctions on them, the state department said
Rajasthan hacking: Shambhulal Regar is 'Jihadi John' of India, a product of Hindutva brigade's caliphate of hatred
Shambhulal Regar isn't the only one responsible for killing Afrazul. An entire battalion of hate-mongers, their cheerleaders, benefactors, and protectors are guilty of this assault on Hinduism, India, and humanity
UK should locate and kill citizens fighting for Islamic State, not take them back: Defence minister Gavin Williamson
British citizens fighting for Islamic State should be located and killed and not allowed back into the country, said new defence minister Gavin Williamson.
Man found guilty under UK terrorism laws after refusing to reveal passwords; campaigners voice personal privacy woes
Rabbani said that he had not provided the passwords as he wanted to protect the privacy of a client who he was working with on an anti-torture case.
London attack: Beleaguered Britain appears ready to turn the corner against Islamist terrorism, ditch political correctness
To win the war on Islamist terrorism, the first step must be to acknowledge that the poisonous ideology is moored in Islam. Denial is not an option.
Islamic State and the 'holy month of jihad': Why does terror group unleash different kind of horror during Ramadan
Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar. It is derived from Ramadhaa which means 'heat of the sun'. The month was named thus because it ‘burns the sins of the believers.’
In trying to fish in political waters, Amnesty risks sullying its image further. A rights organisation's moral weight depends on whether its integrity is unimpeachable. Amnesty's is up for questioning.
Former head of Amnesty International’s gender unit, Gita Sahgal has reportedly slammed the NGO for its continued support to Kashmiri terror groups while also condemning the sedition charges registered against the India sector.
Mohammed Emwazi, also known as Jihadi John, was one of the most dreaded Islamic State terrorists in the world.
The Islamic State group confirmed on Tuesday the death of British extremist "Jihadi John", saying he was killed in a drone strike in their Syrian stronghold of Raqa in November.
The terrorist dubbed "new Jihadi John" and appeared in the latest Islamic State video threatening attacks on the UK is believed to be Indian-origin British Muslim convert
A suspected fundamentalist Jamaat-e-Islami activist has been arrested for issuing death threats on internet to several civil society figures identifying himself as an Islamic State operator, police said on Wednesday.
The US military said Friday it was "reasonably certain" that the Islamic State executioner "Jihadi John," a British citizen, was killed in a drone strike in Syria.
Ottosen in an interview, opened up on the trauma he faced during his captivity recalling how Emwazi had asked him to dance the tango.
"Jihadi John", the dreaded computer programmer-turned Islamic State executioner, has reportedly been filmed in strife-torn Syria threatening to return to Britain to continue "cutting off heads".
In both cases, the suspects were in the crosshairs of the state and 'state harassment' of both made the men seek what they may have believed to be revenge; the ideology of Jihad then provided and accorded the necessary justifications and rationales to read just their mental and emotional frameworks.
On second thoughts, Yakub could have insisted on live telecast of his own death. Maybe nobody told Yakub that his ailing mother won't be able to make it to the 'phansi yard' of the Nagpur jail in time and he was wasting his last wish.
The world's most wanted man and the face of the most horrific beheadings of this decade, Jihadi John, the masked man with a British accent, has reportedly fled the Islamic State-controlled territory to a another lesser known terrorist group in Syria.
The former lawyer for the father of Mohammed Emwazi, unmasked as "Jihadi John" last month, says there is no evidence proving the masked Islamic State militant is his client's son.
The world knows him as "Jihadi John," the masked, knife-wielding militant in videos showing Western hostages being beheaded by the Islamic State group.