Israel deals with its third attack in seven days in what appears to be the beginning of a new wave of terrorism.
Host Bill Roggio is joined by two Long War Journal regulars, Caleb Weiss and Andrew Tobin, to give listeners an update on what’s happening on the ground in Africa from the Sahel — including that more than 400 Malians have been slaughtered in under one month — to “elections” and Shabaab attacks in Somalia.
The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for a shooting attack in Hadera, Israel that left two Israeli border patrol officers dead.
Iran-backed Houthis in Yemen renewed attacks against Saudi energy facilities on Friday causing an enormous fire in one of the country’s largest cities.
Around 400 civilians, mainly from a small ethnic group in northern Mali’s rural border areas near Niger, have been killed by the Islamic State since March 8.
The dual suicide bombings targeting an election site in central Somalia comes just one day after a brazen attack on a large military base in Mogadishu.
Two Al Shabaab gunmen assaulted Halane military base near Mogadishu’s international airport, killing six.
Host Bill Roggio is joined by FDD Senior Fellow Behnam Ben Taleblu to discuss America’s inability, or refusal, to understand its enemies and adversaries. In particular: how the Islamic Republic of Iran’s continued brazenness in targeting American security interests — including its latest missile attack in Iraq just days ago — cannot deter the United States from continuing to engage in nuclear negotiations (vis-a-vis the Russians, no less) with the world’s leading state-sponsor of terror.