One day before Quds Day, Palestinian Islamic Jihad unveiled a new drone called “Jenin.”
Adding to the uptick in rocket fire from Gaza, suspected Palestinian militants fired a projectile from Lebanon that exploded in northern Israel Monday morning.
Shabaab attempted to kill Somalia’s police chief in yet another suicide bombing in the Somali capital.
Amid clashes at Al-Aqsa Mosque and curbing the recent wave of high-profile terrorist attacks, Israel responded with airstrikes in Gaza after two nights of rockets attacks by Palestinian militant groups.
Hamas and other Palestinian militant groups provoked clashes at Al-Aqsa Mosque in order to destabilize the already tense security situation left in the wake of four high-profile terrorist attacks in Israel.
Palestinian militant factions in the West Bank have responded aggressively to IDF raids and have exploited recent terror wave in Israel.
In just under three weeks, the most recent string of terrorism to strike Israel has so far included four high-profile attacks that left 13 dead and many more injured across Israel — including in heavily-populated civilian areas like Be’er Sheba and Tel Aviv. Just yesterday, a terrorist opened fire on civilians enjoying an evening out on Tel Aviv’s famous Dizengoff Street, known for its bustling nightlife. We’re approaching almost one-year since the 2021 Gaza Conflict. Is any of this related? Who is responsible? Are these lone-wolf attacks? Have any jihadi groups claimed responsibility? Should we believe them? To make sense of what’s happening, host Bill Roggio is joined by Long War Journal’s Joe Truzman to unpack and analyze the latest information from a variety of sources.
A string of high-profile terrorist attacks continues in Israel as a gunman kills two people and injures others on a busy street in Tel Aviv Thursday evening.