As Somalis prepare for only their third general election in 60 years, al-Shabaab has been escalating its attacks throughout the country. More than a dozen deadly attacks were reported over the last week alone, underscoring al-Shabaab’s unrelenting...
This week, former Northern Virginia resident and FBI most-wanted terrorist Liban Haji Mohamed, was indicted in federal court on charges of conspiring to provide material support to the Somalia-based terrorist group, al-Shabab. The complaint alleges...
On January 5, 2020, Somali terrorist group al-Shabab launched an attack on a U.S. military airbase in Kenya, near the country’s border with Somalia. The incursion at Manda Bay Airfield killed one U.S. military service member and two American...
Last week, in the latest spasm of political turmoil in war-torn Somalia, President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed suspended Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble over corruption accusations. Mohamed alleged that the ousted prime minister had been looting...
Al-Qaeda-aligned terrorist group al-Shabaab claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing last week that targeted Somali intelligence and security headquarters, leaving at least 10 dead and dozens of others injured. The bombing is the second deadly...
CEP issued an updated resource on Somali Islamic terror group al-Shabab following its deadly attack at a popular seaside hotel and restaurant in the capital of Mogadishu that killed at least 26 people.
CEP is releasing 24 new profiles of Americans who have fought with, allegedly attempted to join, or who stand accused of providing material or financial support to extremist groups. The new profiles add to the existing database of 66 American...
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A June 2014 UN Environment Program (UNEP) report reveals that illegally harvested timber has become a key source of revenue for terror groups. Additionally, the report states that the scale of the illegal timber trade “has been totally underestimated...
Extremists: Their Words. Their Actions.
On October 27, 2018, domestic terrorist Robert D. Bowers carried out an anti-Semitic attack at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh. He fired on congregants as they gathered for worship, killing 11 people and wounding six others.
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Today, Anjem Choudary & co-defendant Khaled Hussein appeared via video link for a preliminary hearing. Plea hearing… https://t.co/v424ivNqKh
"Controlling the risk of terrorism is a dynamic process but it has to survive off the page to be any use." A critiq… https://t.co/HadLKh39yG
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