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"Gunmen" killed the chief of the Abu Ghraib local council and two of his sons. Security forces detained a Naqshabandia commander in Mosul. The government allotted $7.7 million to fund the Awakening.
Posted by Bill Roggio on November 21, 2012 7:36 PM
Yemen's Houthis consolidate control over state institutions
One ISIS thug suspected of killing 150 girls, women
EU court takes Hamas off terrorist list
Taliban mount assault on Kunar border district, Afghan officials say
How foreign imams radicalized Syria's war
UN Security Council renews cross-border Syria aid authorization
ISIS reportedly destroys at least 6 border control stations on Jordan-Iraq border
Al Nusrah Front shoots two men for blasphemy
ISIS broadens recruitment beyond fighters
Lebanese increasingly chasing second nationality as backup
40% of Anbar's cities in ruins: Iraqi official
US Seeks to Use Letters Found in Bin Laden Raid in Terrorism Trial
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PRI quoted Bill Roggio on the Islamic State's media campaign.
Reuters cited Bill Roggio's report on an Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan leader who was freed in Afghanistan and has returned to wage jihad in Kunduz.
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BBC quoted Bill Roggio on the Islamic State's beheading of Steven Sotloff.
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