Islamic terrorism is defined as any terrorist act or campaign which is committed by individuals or terrorist organizations who openly proclaim Islamic motivations behind their acts. Although the highest numbers of incidents occur in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria and Nigeria, Islamic terrorism has been on the rise all over the world, including the West.
The words "Soleimani's revenge" were written on the wing of one of the drones, indicating that the attempted attack was connected to the two-year anniversary of the Iranian general's assassination.
Iranian Mohammed Saeid Golabi was arrested in Kenya for coordinating a terror cell in Nairobi attacking both Israeli and local sites.
Iran has been seeking to harm Israel or Israelis at sea, using cyberattacks and overseas attacks.
The European Union hopes to cut an intelligence-sharing deal with Israel.
A 9/11 event sponsored by Rutgers University and San Francisco State University academic departments will feature speakers affiliated with terrorists or who have otherwise supported terrorism.
The Taliban is seeking broader legitimacy and recognition from the international community, but will not be seeking to normalize relations with Israel.
When Morocco froze diplomatic relations with Germany, it had reason to believe that this country was a base used by terrorists to propagate hostile acts against Morocco.
It took the Taliban just over a week to seize control of the country after a lightning sweep that ended in Kabul.
As the United States wraps up its longest war, Afghanistan remains the world's biggest illicit opiate supplier and looks certain to remain so.
They have, however, been quite vocal in condemning France for their Islamophobia.