The author is a designated terrorist closely allied with al Qaeda. That’s not mentioned. Neither is al Qaeda.
Militant groups in the Gaza Strip have turned to digital currency to circumvent international sanctions.
Iranian-backed militias are taking part in the battle for northwestern Syria.
Taliban fighters are training in the open in a mountainous area that should be easily identified by the U.S. and Afghan militaries.
Over the last two weeks, the Saudi-led coalition and its allies have reported killing several members of Lebanese Hezbollah and the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps in Yemen.
Two recently released booklets by the al Qaeda group are likely meant to assuage tensions both within and outside its organization.
A recent message from al Qassam Brigades’ Abu Hamza maybe closer to propaganda than fact.
The White House has confirmed that AQAP’s leader, Qasim al-Rimi, was killed in a counterterrorism operation. Rimi served as a “deputy” to Ayman al-Zawahiri, meaning that he was likely part of al-Qaeda’s global management team.