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Is Iran trying to set up a new arms smuggling route to Gaza from Sudan?




Why is the West doing business with Sudan?




Imprisoned, Tortured, Killed: Human Trafficking Thrives on Sinai Peninsula




Pakistan as a global leader in Islamic banking and finance




Veteran Sudanese jihadist killed in French airstrike in Mali

Abu Hazim al Sudani waged jihad in Afghanistan, the Philippines, Chechnya, and the Sudan before he was finally killed by the French in Mali.


Islamist fighters fleeing the French-led intervention in Mali arrived in Kutum and Adumur in North Darfur. They traveled in armed Land Cruisers, entering Sudan through its southwestern border with the Central African Republic.




'Darker Sides': The Vast Islamist Sanctuary of 'Sahelistan'




Al Qaeda in the Land of the Two Niles has formed a students' group at the University of Khartoum. The students said that the Sudanese government is not pursuing al Qaeda in Sudan.




Al Qaeda in Sudan launches 'student wing' at University of Khartoum




UN wants to use drones for peacekeeping missions




The US added two Sudanese jihadists to the list of Specially Designated Global terrorists. Abdelbasit Alhaj Alhasan Haj Hamad and Mohamed Makawi Ibrahim Mohamed assassinated a USAID employee and his driver on Jan. 1, 2008 in Khartoum. Makawi is linked to al Qaeda.




Exclusive report from a Central African Republic city conquered by rebels




Sudanese jihadist media front releases video detailing prison escape of convicted militants

Sudan_Prisoner_Tunnel.JPGA jihadist media group calling itself "al-Hijratain Foundation," a possibly al Qaeda-affiliated group tied to the Sudanese terrorist front known as Ansar al-Tawhid (Partisans of Monotheism), released a video detailing the June 2010 prison escape of four men convicted of the January 2008 assassination of an American diplomat and his driver.


Authorities accused Israel of using a vulture tagged with a GPS-equipped camera to spy on Sudan; the military claimed to have captured one such vulture in the Darfur region this month. An Israeli ecologist dismissed the claim, saying the equipment was regularly used for tracking wildlife.




Khartoum allowing Iran to establish a Red Sea base




US seeks to interview detained Egyptian jihadist in Benghazi probe




For Israel, Gaza Conflict Is Test for an Iran Confrontation




Analysis of Hamas Military Capability After Six-Day Conflict With Israel




Brigades That Fire on Israel Show a Deadly New Discipline




Arms With a Long Reach Help Hamas


 
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