Episode 92 – Phil Gurski talks with UK scholar Simon Cottee who just published a book on this fascinating finding.
It is becoming clearer that Africa is supplanting the traditional Asia as the locus of jihadi terrorism.
On March 30 2002 an attack on Jammu’s Raghunath temple killed a dozen people and wounded another 20.
On this day in 1981 members of the Indonesian terrorist group Jihad Command hijacked a domestic flight but forced to fly to Malaysia and then to Bangkok.
A suicide bomber has killed himself and is now in heaven where he has been promised the attentions of 70 virgins. Here is what he actually gets.
On this day in December 2002 Chechen suicide bombers attacked parliament in Grozny, killing almost a hundred and wounding hundreds more.
On this day in 2006 an American jihadi was foiled in his attempt to bomb a Chicago mall at Christmas.
We need, or so many say, to shift out resources away from the jihadis we have been focused on for 20 years. Should we? What do the data say?
A Palestinian terrorist linked to Islamic Jihad stabbed a woman to death in a West Bank town in November 2014.
Pick up any Western newspaper and when it comes to terrorism it seems to be all right wing all the time. Is this an accurate analysis of where the threat really is?