By any metric, the past year has been the worst since 2001 afor the United States in terms of terrorist threats, and now perhaps a terrorist attack. Although the exact circumstances behind the tragic shooting spree at Fort Hood, Texas, which killed 12 persons and wounded 30 others, at this time are still obscure, the possibility that the attack was motivated as much in protest of continued American military operations in the Muslim countries of Iraq and Afghanistan as by personal fears of deployment to one of those war zones, raises new and acutely discomforting concerns about the likelihood of future terrorist attacks and related violent acts in the U.S.

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The Islamic State (IS) announced that its spokesman, Abu Muhammad al-'Adnani, was killed while "surveying the military operations" in Aleppo, Syria,
British captive John Cantlie appeared in a video from the Islamic State (IS)-linked 'Amaq News Agency, mocking U.S. airstrikes on IS media kiosks in
The Islamic State (IS)-linked 'Amaq News Agency denied the claim from the U.S. Defense Department that top IS official Omar al-Shishani was killed as
Al-Ribat Media Foundation, the media arm of the al-Murabitoon division of al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), released screen captures an upcoming
Simply titling it “Just Terror,” the Islamic State (IS) released the twelfth issue of its English magazine, “Dabiq,” on November