Archive for April, 2024

Xinjiang : Terrorisme ouïghour de 1990 à 2016, qui sont les acteurs et dans quel but ?

Dans cette seconde capsule sur le Xinjiang, vous apprendrez quelle fut l’étendue du terrorisme ouïghour au Xinjiang et dans toute la Chine de 1990 à 2016, qui, comme l’agression du Donbass en 2014, ne fut jamais mentionné, et encore moins condamné par un Occident à l’indignation sélective : le terrorisme est glorifié et qualifié de «combat pour la liberté» lorsqu’il […]

Read more ›

IntelBrief: Radicalization and Extremism in Russia’s North Caucasus Region

In the wake of the recent terrorist attack on Moscow’s Crocus City Hall, which resulted in at least 140 people killed, discussions have increasingly focused on the motivations and identity of the perpetrators. The attack has been attributed to Islamic State Khorasan Province (IS-K), a regional faction of Islamic State (ISIS). However, the four individuals accused of executing this assault […]

Read more ›

IntelBrief: Islamic State Khorasan Province Poses a Unique Counterterrorism Challenge

The Moscow terrorist attack perpetrated by Islamic State Khorasan Province (ISK) at the Crocus City Theater in late March demonstrated the intent and capabilities that many in the counterterrorism community have been growing increasingly concerned about. ISK has been refining its capabilities across the board, from media operations to recruitment, financing, and building its external operations (EXOPS) planning network. Retired […]

Read more ›

Geo-Strategic Significance And Strategic Importance For China, Vietnam And Philippines Of South China Sea – Analysis

The South China Sea is the biggest Sea in Pacific Region and it place on third in the world after Mediterranean Sea and Caribbean Sea. Its floor place covers this region receives a wonderful inflow of freshwater and International dregs mostly from mainland China. The SCS is connected with the Pacific Ocean (Niu, 2016). The importance of the SCS China […]

Read more ›

Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan

Established In: December 2007 Established By: Baitullah Mehsud Also Known As: TTP, Taliban Movement of Pakistan Country Of Origin: Pakistan Leaders: Mufti Noor Wali Mehsud Key Members: Mufti Noor Wali Mehsud Operational Area: Pakistan, Afghanistan Number Of Members: 25,000+ Involved In: Suicide bombing attacks, Bombing attacks, Armed attacks Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP; “Taliban Movement of Pakistan”), alternatively referred to as the […]

Read more ›

Mufti Hazrat Deroji

Terror Organization: Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Status: Deputy Emir Role: The TTP Established in December 2007, the TTP is a conglomerate of around 40 tribal and non-tribal Pakistani militant groups fighting against the state of Pakistan, Islamic State Khorasan Province (ISIS-K), and U.S.-led coalition forces. Several TTP members fought in Afghanistan alongside the Taliban and Al Qaeda, and as of 2022, […]

Read more ›

Top former US general claims Daesh-Khorasan is ‘on the upswing’

Retired General Joseph Votel, former chief of the U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM), has claimed that Daesh-Khorasan is on the upswing, and that the US doesn’t have much on the ground to help reduce the risk. “ISIS-K is on the upswing right now,” Votel said, Business Insider reported. “And we don’t have much on the ground to help reduce that risk […]

Read more ›

US, UAE diplomats meet to discuss Afghanistan

US Special Representative for Afghanistan Thomas West met with UAE’s deputy envoy for the United Nations, Mohammad Abu Shahab, discussing the latest developments in Afghanistan, it was announced on Friday. The sides also discussed empowering Afghan women and girls, and the full implementation of UN Security Council resolution 2721, co-penned by the UAE and Japan, UAE Mission to the UN […]

Read more ›

Xi meets Lavrov, reaffirms China’s emphasis on partnership with Russia

Chinese President Xi Jinping met with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Tuesday in Beijing. Chinese analysts said the meeting sends a strong signal that China will firmly develop its strategic partnership with Russia, despite pressure from the West. The China-Russia partnership continues to be key for the global strategic balance and the hope for promoting a multipolar world in […]

Read more ›

In Pashtu-Language Booklet, Islamic State Khurasan Province (ISKP) Criticizes Afghan Taliban’s Diplomatic Ties With India, Says Taliban Condemns ISKP Attacks But Remains Silent On Hindus’ 1992 Destruction Of Babri Mosque

In a Pashtu-language book, the Islamic State Khurasan Province (ISKP) sheds light on the 1992 destruction by extremist Hindus of the 16th-century Babri Mosque in the Indian town of Ayodhya. The book discusses the destruction of the mosque and the Afghan Taliban’s diplomatic relations with the rightwing Hindu government in India.[1] The 17-page booklet, titled “Ram Temple Or Babri Mosque,” […]

Read more ›