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On SecurityNov 25, 2020 | 10:00 GMT
Emergency personnel on Oct. 31, 2020, in Lyon, France, at the scene of an attack on a Greek Orthodox priest.
How Satirical Cartoons Have Become a Flashpoint for Violence in Europe and Abroad
Recent attacks and unrest in Europe and across the Muslim world are part of a pattern of violence associated with the Mohamed cartoon controversy that has recently flared up due to an ongoing trial in Paris. Attacks in September and early October focused on individuals and symbols directly linked to the cartoons, but the target set expanded as initial attacks spawned more violence, along with apparent retaliation to the initial attacks. In Europe, the return of the cartoon controversy comes amid rising concerns over Islamophobia and associated attacks. Verdicts in the trial that began the latest chapter of the controversy are expected in December, potentially providing motivation for even more attacks. The continual reemergence of the Mohammed cartoon controversy suggests that this issue will remain an issue that motivates violence for years to come.
On SecurityMay 19, 2016 | 08:06 GMT
In the recently published 15th issue of Inspire magazine, al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula exhorts its followers to carry out attacks against prominent businesspeople and economic leaders.
Inspiring Attacks on Economic Leaders
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) is aiming closer to home. On May 14, the group released the 15th issue of Inspire magazine. Like the magazine's previous two issues, the latest edition calls on jihadists who live in the West and operate under a leaderless resistance model to assassinate economic leaders, including policymakers, CEOs and company owners. But while Issue 14 provided instruction on attacking corporate leaders at work in its "Open Source Jihad" feature, Issue 15 offers a tutorial on assassinating business leaders at their residences.
AssessmentsSep 30, 2010 | 14:38 GMT
India's Commonwealth Games and Security Threats
Thousands of athletes and spectators will attend the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi, set to begin Oct. 3, but recent unrest in Kashmir could motivate a number of militant groups to capitalize on Muslim anger at the Indian government by staging an attack.
On SecurityJan 6, 2010 | 19:31 GMT
Jihadism in 2010: The Threat Continues
Al Qaeda prime will continue to be marginalized on the physical battlefield while franchise groups and grassroots operatives will carry the jihadist banner.
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