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01/07/2014
Ansar Bayt Al-Maqdis: the Sinai-based group that “introduces” itself into the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
While the Israeli government accuses Hamas of being directly responsible for the recent murder of three teens, in the West Bank, the Sinai-based group Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis claimed responsibility on Tuesday for the triple murder (...°.
01/07/2014
ANSAR BAIT AL-MAQDIS : Le groupe égyptien qui « s’invite » dans le conflit israélo-palestinien
Alors que le gouvernement israélien accuse le Hamas d’être directement responsable de l’assassinat de trois adolescents, en Cisjordanie, le groupe égyptien Ansar Bait al-Maqdis a revendiqué le triple meurtre ce mardi. Dans le même communiqué, l’organisation revendique des tirs de roquette contre Israël depuis la Bande de Gaza et prête allégeance au « Calife » Abou Bakr al-Baghdadi...
23/04/2013
The Tsarnaev brothers seen through the social media and the Islamists websites: welcome in a paranoid (and anti-Western) world
Since the identification of the Tsarnaev Brothers as the main (and probably the only) responsibles for the attacks in Boston, thousands of messages of support flourished on the social networks as Facebook, YouTube or Twitter.
15/04/2013
A new document showing the internal tensions of Al Qaeda
ESISC discovered several days ago a new document highlighting the profound discontent that shakes al-Qaeda after the death of Osama bin Laden (...)
15/04/2013
Un nouveau document illustre les tensions internes d'al-Qaïda
L’ESISC a découvert ces derniers jours un nouveau document mettant en lumière le profond malaise qui secoue al-Qaïda depuis la mort d’Oussama Ben Laden (...)

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