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Influx of Iraqi Shiites to Syria Widens War's Scope




Al-Qaida group urges jihad after Gaza leaders is part of jihad against Jews, threaten large-scale retaliation




Foreign fighters worry - and boost - Syrian rebels




Cyberattack on Saudi Oil Firm Disquiets US




New British Muslim converts prepare for Hajj




Saudi Arabia plans female religious police




A court handed down sentences ranging from three to 25 years for 16 suspected al Qaeda members. The defendants, all Saudis except for one Yemeni, were accused of setting up al Qaeda training camps in Saudi Arabia and targeting oil sites, carrying out terror attacks, and conducting assassinations.




Philippines - Militants threaten Manila peace deal




Accusations mount of Hezbollah fighting in Syria




Jihadists Receiving Most Arms Sent to Syrian Rebels




US warning reflects fears of Iranian cyberattack




Anti-Islam film prompts Saudi call for net censorship body




Syria's Islamist rebels join forces against Assad




Interview with Vladimir Yakunin on Tensions Between Russia and West: 'Russia and the West are drifting apart'




Tapping Into a More Moderate Islam -- in China




Syria's civilians are trapped in a deadly no-man's land




Saudis line up against Syria's Assad




Citing US Fears, Arab Allies Limit Aid to Syrian Rebels




Director: Saudi religious police losing some key powers after public complaints




Qassim Suleimani, Iran's Master of Iraq Chaos, Still Vexes the US