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On SecurityMar 9, 2017 | 09:36 GMT
An image from an al Qaeda-inspired magazine shows Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in hell. Three years after the Islamic State defected from al Qaeda in an acrimonious and highly public split, many are still concerned that the two could someday reunite.
Can the Islamic State and al Qaeda Find Common Ground?
Three years after the Islamic State defected from al Qaeda in an acrimonious and highly public split, many are still concerned that the two could someday reunite as IS has heavy battlefield losses. Ideological inconsistencies are not, however, easy to overlook, especially when both groups have gone to such lengths to point them out.
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On SecurityJan 12, 2017 | 08:03 GMT
The scene of an explosion on Aug. 20, 2016, in Gaziantep, Turkey, after a late-night militant attack on a wedding party that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the Islamic State was behind.
The Islamic State in 2017: Rotting From the Outside In
The Islamic State's slow decline will continue through 2017. The group's ability to energize the jihadist movement and draw thousands of enthusiastic foreign fighters to its cause is waning. Both time and geography have worked against the organization since its initial proclamation of a caliphate and an impending apocalypse.
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On SecurityNov 17, 2016 | 08:00 GMT
Police officers stand near the truck used to plow through a crowd in Nice, France, on July 14. Based on the rampage's success, the Islamic State's Rumiyah magazine has encouraged the group's followers to conduct more attacks using large, paneled trucks.
Stopping Vehicular Attacks in Their Tracks
Vehicular assaults reappeared in the headlines in July when an Islamic State sympathizer drove a truck through crowds celebrating Bastille Day in Nice, France. But the tactic is actually a decade older, first appearing in March 2006 when a grassroots jihadist drove an SUV into a group of students at the University of North Carolina to avenge Muslim deaths overseas.
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AssessmentsJun 13, 2016 | 09:45 GMT
Is the Islamic State being defeated?
Why the Islamic State Is Weaker Than It Seems
The Islamic State is steadily losing ground in Syria. The group will react to its losses by relying more heavily on insurgent and terrorist tactics, ensuring that it remains a serious threat. However, the continued disenfranchisement of Sunnis in Syria will enable the Islamic State, and groups like it, to maintain a foothold in the country.
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