Eye on Extremism, July 31, 2017

CNN: Australian Authorities Arrest 4 In Alleged Airplane Terrorist Plot
“Australian authorities arrested four men Saturday over a foiled a terror plot to bring down an airplane, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said. Police said it was an Islamist-inspired plot, but they did not link the plan to a specific terrorist group. Officers became aware people in Sydney were allegedly planning to carry out a terrorist attack using an ‘improvised device,’ Australian Federal Police Commissioner Andrew Colvin said. Turnbull described it as an elaborate conspiracy that involved bringing down an airplane.”
Voice Of America: Will IS Losses In Iraq, Syria Boost Al-Qaida?
“As Islamic State militants continue to lose territory in their declared caliphate in parts of Iraq and Syria, officials and analysts are expressing concern that al-Qaida is making efforts to turn those losses into gains for itself. Al-Qaida had been largely eclipsed by IS in recent years, with IS militants grabbing headlines by seizing territory in Iraq and Syria and carrying out attacks in the West. But there are signs that al-Qaida may be re-emerging as a regional power. ‘Al-Qaida in Syria is using opportunities to seize additional safe havens, to integrate itself into parts of the local population, parts of other forces, and bumping into other forces as well,’ said Joshua Geltzer, a former senior director for counterterrorism at the U.S National Security Council.”
Reuters: Lost Children Are Legacy Of Battle For Iraq’s Mosul
“Thousands of children have been separated from their parents in the nine-month battle for Mosul and the preceding years of Islamic State rule in northern Iraq – some found wandering alone and afraid among the rubble, others joining the refugee exodus from the pulverized city. In some cases their parents have been killed. Families have been split up as they fled street fighting, air strikes or Islamic State repression. Many are traumatized from the horrors they have endured. Protecting the youngsters and reuniting them with their families is an urgent task for humanitarian organizations.”
Washington Post: Arab States Open To Dialogue With Qatar If Demands Are Met
“Four Arab states that cut ties with Qatar met Sunday to discuss the diplomatic crisis, insisting on compliance with a list of sweeping demands while refraining for now from imposing more punitive measures against the Gulf state. It was the second meeting for the foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Bahrain since the countries cut diplomatic ties and transport links with Qatar on June 5. The quartet accuses Qatar of supporting extremists and interfering in the affairs of other Arab states. Qatar denies the charges and sees them as politically motivated. After their meeting in Bahrain’s capital, Manama, the four foreign ministers held a joint press conference, saying the bloc will continue to keep current measures against Qatar in place, but are open to dialogue with the Gulf state if it shows a willingness to change course and complies with their demands.”
Voice Of America: Al-Shabab Ambush Kills 18 AU Troops In Somalia
“At least 18 African Union troops were killed in a deadly ambush in the Lower Shabelle region by al-Shabab militants, officials and security sources told VOA Somali. The attack, near near Golweyn village, 120 kilometers south of Mogadishu, targeted a supply convoy of 24 vehicles near the town of Bulo Marer. Al-Shabab claimed killing 39 AU soldiers, but military officials say that figure is exaggerated. The convoy of Ugandan soldiers was as part of AMISOM that left Shalanbod town. Residents in Jeerow village also told VOA Somali that they saw al-Shabab fighters dragging the bodies of two soldiers.”
Newsweek: War On Boko Haram: Nigeria Is Hunting Africa’s Most Wanted Terrorist, But Will Killing Him End The Conflict?
“The manhunt for the most wanted terrorist in Africa is on. For the past eight years, Boko Haram has been kidnapping, butchering and bombing Nigeria’s northeast and the borderlands of Cameroon, Chad and Niger. And since the extremist group took up arms in 2009, Abubakar Shekau has been constantly lurking in the shadows, like a black cat to Nigeria’s military. Shekau even seems to have a catlike amount of lives : he has reappeared each time Nigeria or its allies have claimed to have killed him, which is at least four.”
New York Times: Suspect In Hamburg Attack Was Known To German Police
“The German police said Saturday that the 26-year-old man accused of killing one person and wounding five others with a knife in Hamburg was known to them as a recently radicalized Islamist, but that they did not believe he posed an imminent danger. The authorities in Hamburg were still piecing together what motivated the man, a Palestinian born in the United Arab Emirates, to attack shoppers and passers-by in and around a supermarket on Friday. They described him as suffering from psychological problems. The authorities did not release his name, in keeping with German privacy laws. “It remains unclear which was the overriding element,” said Andy Grote, Hamburg’s interior minister. The man’s application for asylum had been rejected, and he was in the process of being deported, officials said.”
United States
The Daily Caller: 4 Additional Key Terrorists Killed In Drone Strike On ISIS Leader, US Reveals
“Four additional senior leaders of ISIS’ Afghan affiliate were killed in a July 11 drone strike, U.S. Forces Afghanistan revealed Sunday. The Pentagon previously announced the death of Abu Sayed in the strike, the third leader of ISIS’s Afghan affiliate killed by the U.S. government. Sayed was only at his post for approximately six weeks before being taken out in the drone strike, Pentagon Spokesman Capt. Jeff Davis told reporters after the announcement. The additional ISIS leaders killed in the strike are identified as senior commanders who played key roles in leading the terrorist organization.”
The Wall Street Journal: White House Looks At Scaling Back U.S. Military Presence In Afghanistan
“President Donald Trump’s reservations about sending more troops to Afghanistan have triggered a new exploration of an option long considered unlikely: withdrawal. Unable to agree on a plan to send up to 3,900 more American forces to help turn back Taliban advances in Afghanistan, the White House is taking a new look at what would happen if the U.S. decided to scale back its military presence instead, according to current forces.”
Syria
Reuters: Syrian Army Reaches Town On Deir Al-Zor Road: Hezbollah Media Unit
“Syria’s army and its allies on Saturday reached the edge of al-Sukhna, the last town held by Islamic State in Homs province and a key step in their multi-pronged offensive against the militants, a Hezbollah-run military media unit said. Sukhna is on the main desert highway between Palmyra and the government’s besieged enclave at Deir al-Zor, about 130km (80 miles) to the east. The Hezbollah media unit earlier said the Sukhna gas field and heights above the town were within range of the army and its allies’ fire. A war monitor, the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, reported that the army had similar fire control across the whole town and that most Islamic State militants there had fled.”
Reuters: Kurdish-Led Administration In Syria Sets Election Dates: Official
“The Kurdish-led administration in northern Syria has set dates for local council and regional assembly elections, an official said on Saturday, in an apparent move to consolidate its growing autonomy. Kurdish groups and their allies control swathes of northern Syria in areas held by the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), an alliance of militias spearheaded by the Kurdish YPG. But formal self-government by the Kurds there alarms Turkey, which regards the YPG and the dominant Syrian Kurdish political party as extensions of the Kurdistan Workers Party or PKK which has waged a three-decade insurgency against Ankara.”
Reuters: 8,000 To Leave Syria-Lebanon Border Zone As Ceasefire Deal Advances
“About 8,000 people have registered to leave the Lebanese border region near Arsal for a rebel-held area of Syria as part of a local ceasefire between Hezbollah and the Nusra Front, a security source in Lebanon said on Sunday. The local ceasefire came into effect on Thursday and will involve the departure of all Nusra militants from the area around Arsal along with any of the civilians living in the area’s refugee camps who wish to leave with them. The first step in the ceasefire took place on Sunday as the two sides started to exchange the bodies of fighters killed in clashes between them. Five Hezbollah prisoners held by Nusra will be released as part of the agreement.”
Iraq
Reuters: Iraqi Shi’ite Leader Sadr Makes Rare Visit To Saudi Arabia
“Iraq’s influential Shi’ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr made a rare visit to Saudi Arabia on Sunday, where he met the Saudi crown prince and other officials, Saudi state news agency SPA reported. Iraq lies on the fault line between the Shi’ite Muslim power Iran and the Sunni-ruled countries that are its regional arch-rivals, chief among them Saudi Arabia. Iraq and Saudi Arabia announced last month they were setting up a coordination council to upgrade strategic ties as part of an attempt to heal troubled relations between the Arab neighbors.”
Turkey
Reuters: Turkish Women March In Rights Protest In Istanbul
“Hundreds of Turkish women marched in the country’s biggest city Istanbul on Saturday to protest against the violence and animosity they face from men demanding they dress more conservatively. The march, dubbed ‘Don’t Mess With My Outfit’, started in the Kadikoy district on the Asian side of the city. Women chanted slogans and carried denim shorts on hangers as examples of the type of clothing some men say they find unacceptable. ‘We will not obey, be silenced, be afraid. We will win through resistance,’ the crowds chanted, holding up posters and LGBT rainbow flags.”
BBC News: Briton Held In Turkey Terror Raid
“A British man has been arrested as part of an anti-terror operation while on holiday in Turkey, the BBC has learned. Ex-soldier Joe Robinson, from Leeds, is understood to be accused of sharing material on social media from his time in Syria with Kurdish militia the YPG. Mr Robinson, 24, his Bulgarian fiancé Mira Rojkan, and her mother Veselina, were detained in a police raid at the resort of Didim, western Turkey. The Foreign Office said it has requested consular access. The group’s mobile phones, computer and other digital devices were seized by police. Ms Rojkan and her mother have now been released but friends told the BBC Mr Robinson remains under arrest and will appear in court on Monday.”
BBC News: Turkey Nightclub Attack Leaves One Dead And Four Hurt In Bodrum
“A teenager has been killed and four other people wounded in a shooting near two nightclubs at a popular resort in Turkey, local media report. A gunman approached the beach clubs in Bodrum, on Turkey’s Aegean coast, before firing shots at random, the Hurriyet Daily News reports. Hundreds of people were said to have been in or near the clubs at the time of the attack early on Sunday morning. A manhunt is underway for the suspect, who reportedly fled the scene in a car. The victim, who has been identified as 18-year-old Furkan Say, was shot many times and later died at a local hospital, according to CNN Turk.”
Afghanistan
Newsweek: While Americans Fight The Taliban, Putin Is Making Headway In Afghanistan
“When the Soviet Union withdrew its army from Afghanistan in 1989, its defeat seemed complete and irreversible. Most Afghans bitterly repudiated the attempt to impose communist rule by force. An Afghan communist officer who fought with the Russians told me that his side lost because they could not overcome their image as atheist infidels. Today, however, Russia is seeking to remake its image by exploiting Afghan disappointment with the dismal results of the post-9/11 intervention by the U.S. and its allies.”
Radio Free Europe: Several Afghan Police Killed In Taliban Attack On Checkpoint In Helmand Province
“Several police officers were killed and injured in an attack on a checkpoint in the southern Afghanistan province of Helmand, officials said on July 29. The details and casualty toll from the July 28 attack remain unclear, with reports indicating anywhere from two to 25 police officers being killed. Attaullah Afghan, a member of the Helmand provincial council, said the attack took place in the district of Nawa, killing 12 officers and wounding 12 others.”
Saudi Arabia
Reuters: Saudi Arabia Says That Calls For Internationalization Of Holy Sites ‘A Declaration Of War’
“Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister called what he said was Qatar’s demand for an internationalization of the Muslim hajj pilgrimage a declaration of war against the kingdom, Saudi-owned Al Arabiya television said on Sunday, but Qatar said it never made such a call. ‘Qatar’s demands to internationalize the holy sites is aggressive and a declaration of war against the kingdom,’ Adel al-Jubeir was quoted saying on Al Arabiya’s website.”
Reuters: Killed, Six Wounded In Eastern Saudi Arabia Attack
“A Saudi police officer was killed and six others wounded when a patrol came under attack in the town of Awamiya in eastern Saudi Arabia on Sunday morning, the interior ministry said. Several policemen have been killed in the Shi’ite Muslim town since May when authorities began tearing down the old part of the town to deny suspected militants a place to hide. At least five people were killed over two days last week when security forces began an operation to flush out suspected militants in Awamiya, in Qatif province, part of the oil-producing region, according to local activists and a relative of one of the deceased.”
Qatar
Reuters: Four Arab Countries Say They Are Ready For Qatar Dialogue With Conditions
“The four Arab countries that have cut ties with Qatar said on Sunday they were ready for talks to tackle the dispute if Doha showed willingness to deal with their demands. The foreign ministers of Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates met in the Bahraini capital, Manama, to discuss the crisis that has raised tensions across the region. The Saudi-led bloc cut ties with the Gulf state on June 5, accusing it of backing militant groups and cosying up to their arch-foe Iran, allegations Doha denies. Diplomatic efforts led by Kuwait and backed by Western powers have failed to end the dispute, in which the four states have severed travel and communications with Qatar.”
Egypt
Reuters: Egyptian In Red Sea Knife Attack Supported Islamic State, Sources Say
“An Egyptian man who stabbed three foreign tourists to death and wounded three more earlier this month at a Red Sea resort had tried to join Islamic State, according to a police investigation, two security sources said on Sunday. Officials say Abdel Rahman Shaban Abokorah killed two German women and a Czech woman and wounded three other tourists at the popular Red Sea resort of Hurghada on July 14. He was caught by hotel staff and arrested. Investigators have recommended he face terrorism charges, the two sources said. Authorities have so far not commented officially on motives for the attack, and no group has claimed responsibility for the attack.”
Middle East
The Jerusalem Post: 15 Arrested By Israeli Security Forces In West Bank Overnight
“Israel security forces arrested 15 people suspected of terrorist activities and violent disturbence of the peace. The arrests were carried out by the IDF, Shin Bet, and border police. A number of explosive devices were thrown at Israeli forces resulting in two injuries during operations at the Jenin refugee camp. The IDF also raided a house belonging to a terrorist who carried out an attack in 2015. Israeli forces confiscated a number of cars equivalent to the value of money the family received from Hamas as compensation for the attack.”
Associated Press: Analysis: Jerusalem Shrine Crisis Hardens Leaders’ Positions
“The latest crisis over one of the most combustible spots in the Middle East has been defused for now, but has pushed the leaders of Israel, Jordan and the Palestinians into tougher positions that could trigger new confrontations. The standoff over a Jerusalem shrine holy to Muslims and Jews also signaled that the festering Israeli-Palestinian conflict is shifting further from what was once seen as a territorial dispute toward a religious one. On July 14, three Arab assailants opened fire from the walled compound at Israeli police guards, killing two. The shooting left Israeli police scrambling for ways to screen worshippers for weapons as they enter the Muslim-run site through eight gates.”
Haaretz: Israel Concerned: Abbas’ Health Deteriorating As West Bank Simmers
“The Israeli defense establishment is following the health of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas with concern. Abbas was hospitalized in Ramallah for a few hours on Friday morning for some tests. PA officials said he was suffering from fatigue brought on by the events of the last two weeks and the tensions with Israel over the Temple Mount crisis. Israeli and Palestinian sources believe that Abbas’ health has deteriorated in recent months and that any further worsening could hasten the changing of the guard at the Palestinian Authority.”
Libya
The Washington Post: Libya Committee Votes In Favor Of Constitutional Draft
“A committee tasked with writing a constitution for Libya voted in favor of a draft, paving the way for parliament to approve a referendum and causing uproar among opponents. Critics, including secessionists and people in favor of the country’s 1951 constitution, called for a redo of Saturday’s vote. Protesters broke into the committee’s building in the eastern town of Bayda, according to two committee members, who said they called on the committee to reconvene Sunday. It was not immediately clear whether the committee met again. Committee members opposing the decision issued a signed statement saying that voters failed to consider amendments proposed by opponents to articles in the draft.”
Fox News: ISIS, Squeezed Out Of Iraq And Syria, Now ‘Regrouping’ In Libya, Analysts Say
“As the Islamic State terror network loses territory across Iraq and Syria, analysts and experts assert that the terrorist outfit is increasingly capitalizing on the chaos of Libya, positioning the country as its point of resurgence. The black-clad jihadist outfit is believed to be regrouping and recruiting in the rural regions south of the main east-to-west coastal highway and in the far-west town of Sabratha, which is poised just 60 miles from the Tunisian border, since being run out of its Libyan ‘caliphate’ capital of Sirte late last year.”
United Kingdom
Daily Mail: British Jihadi Widow Sally Jones ‘Tries To Flee Raqqa Ahead Of Huge Assault On ISIS-Held Area But Has Been Stopped By Her Radicalised Executioner 12-Year-Old Son’
“British punk rocker-turned jihadi widow Sally Jones has desperately tried to flee Syria but has been stopped by her brainwashed 12-year-old son. Jones, 50, from Kent, is said to be keen to run away from Raqqa as coalition forces prepare an assault on the ISIS-held area. However, her son Jo-Jo has committed himself to the terrorists’ cause and is refusing to leave. An unnamed friend told the Sun: ‘Jo-Jo was just an ordinary kid when she took him away from his home in Kent. ‘She ruined all of that by fleeing with him.’ Jo-Jo is believed to be the blue-eyed British boy filmed murdering a captured Kurdish fighter last year.  The nine-minute horror show shows youngsters, including a blue eyed British boy believed to be Jo-Jo, shoot the men in the back of the head.  It was revealed earlier this month that Jones is desperate to come home after her husband Junaid Hussain was killed in a drone strike.”
Voice Of America: Britain Strips More Than 100 Islamic State Fighters Of Citizenship
“Their home countries don’t want them back. Hundreds of foreign fighters who enlisted with Islamic State to fight in Syria and Iraq are being stripped of their citizenship and blocked from returning by Western governments. Returning fighters are seen as a grim threat, the deadly legacy of a murderous movement being defeated and rolled back on the battlefield. Western intelligence officials say they are already over-stretched trying to monitor tens of thousands of suspected extremists who never left their home countries. British officials say they have stripped more than 100 British fighters and brides of their citizenship, preventing them re-entering the country legally, according to British news reports. All those who have lost British citizenship are dual nationals. Under international law, governments can’t revoke someone’s citizenship if it would render them stateless.”
Daily Mail: Inside ISIS’s ‘Little Britain’ Stronghold: Tea With The White Widow From Kent, Sharing A House With The Manchester Terror Twins – The First Glimpse Of Life Inside The Caliphate, By A British Jihadi’s Widow Who’s Escaped
“Physics student Islam Mitat was a bright young woman with the world at her feet. Aged 20, the pretty, fashion-obsessed brunette had been married for three months when her British husband, Ahmed, told her that he had a surprise for her. He said he was applying for papers that would allow her to live in the UK. Mitat was overjoyed. She couldn’t wait to start a new life with 25-year-old Ahmed, the polite, charming businessman she’d met on a dating website and who had visited her home in Morocco to ask her parents for her hand in marriage.”
Germany
Reuters: German Police Rule Out Terrorism After Fatal Disco Shooting
“An Iraqi gunman died in a shootout with German police early on Sunday after killing one person in a nightclub in the southern city of Konstanz, police said, ruling out terrorism as a motive. ‘The motives of the man who acted alone are unclear,’ Konstanz police spokesman Fritz Bezikofer told broadcaster n-tv. ‘We are still investigating but the circumstances surrounding the events at the disco in the evening before the shooting are a bit clearer and this led us to rule out a terrorism background.’ The 34-year-old man opened fire in the club in the early hours of Sunday, killing one person and injuring three others. He died in hospital of injuries suffered in a gunfight with police outside the venue. One policeman was also injured.”
CNN: Hamburg Knife Attack Suspect Known As Islamist But Had No Terror Links
“A man accused of a fatal stabbing in Hamburg, Germany, was known to investigators as an Islamist and was ‘psychologically unstable’ but so far does not appear to have any terror links, authorities said Saturday. The 26-year-old man grabbed a long kitchen knife at a supermarket Friday afternoon and stabbed three shoppers, killing one, before attacking four others on the street. Eyewitnesses said he shouted, ‘Allahu akbar,’ or God is greatest. Amateur video showed young men throwing chairs at the suspect to subdue him.”
France
Times Of Israel: France’s Only De-Radicalization Center Closes Its Doors
“France’s first jihadist de-radicalization centre is set to close after less than a year, the government said on Friday. The center in Pontourny, western France, which opened in September 2016, was aimed at convincing radicalized 18 to 30-year-olds to turn their back on extremism. But Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said the experiment ‘has not been conclusive.’ ‘The experiment of this center, which operates on a voluntary basis, has shown its limitations. The government has therefore decided to end the experiment,’ the minister added.”
ISIS
Al-Masry Al-Youm: Egypt: Fatwa Observatory Warns Of Escalating ISIS Operations In Europe
“The Fatwa Monitoring Observatory at Egypt’s Dar al-Iftaa warned of the return home of militants from Syria and Iraq and the terrorist attacks they might aim to carry out in their respective homelands. This comes following a message delivered by the Tal Afar-based “Black Frenchman”, a prominent foreign leader in ISIS. This message is considered the final command to ISIS militants in Europe, after previously vowing to wage a “war against it”. The Observatory added that the danger of “lone wolves” lies in the fact that they act just like ordinary people who raise no suspicions regarding their daily behavior and movements. Thus, ISIS’s terrorist operations are transferred from large-scale operations to acts carried out by single individuals, in what could be considered an attempt to ease the problem of fund-raising and the diminishing number of fighters. This is in addition to the decline in the number of first-generation field commanders of ISIS, who were killed in battle or eliminated.”
Aletihad Press: ISIS Imposes New Taxes Under The Guise Of “Outfitting A Fighter”
“ISIS is about to impose a new tax in the rural regions of Deir al-Zour under the pretext of what it called “outfitting an invader.” The “Furat Post” page in Facebook wrote: “ISIS is set to impose a tax on merchants and residents who enjoy financial stability under the pretext of outfitting an invader’. {ISIS’s} security apparatus has already prepared the list of names of merchants who will be subject to this new measure. The organization launched a fundraising campaign a month ago under the title “he who outfits an invader is himself a {glorified} invader.” However, this campaign has not received any significant response.”
Muslim Brotherhood
Dostor: Egypt: Details Surrounding Brotherhood-Affiliated “Hassan Al-Banna Sons” Terrorist Cell In El-Zawya El-Hamraa
“A source familiar with the investigation divulged details of the case known publicly as “Mosque of al-Manaratain Incidents” in El-Zawya El-Hamraa. Case No. 691 of 2014 involves six suspects, led by a Ministry of Awqaf official. According to the Public Prosecutor Office’s probe, several of the suspects joined the Muslim Brotherhood under the name of “Sons of Hassan al-Banna.” They chose the Mosque of al-Manaratain, located in Cairo’s El-Zawya El-Hamraa, as the main venue for their gatherings. They took part in modifying and renovating the 3-story mosque and establishing a “field hospital” for members of the Muslim Brotherhood. The organization’s followers had a strong presence in the mosque and tried to persuade worshipers to join it and embrace its ideology. They set out to lure young boys and girls through workshops, religious lessons, seminars and discussions, to indoctrinate them with the group’s ideology and form new qualitative cells. According to investigations, the cell, which was led by an official from Egypt’s Ministry of Awqaf, began to have an influence on local residents, through the formation of the Alshareya Society. This association provided services to the simple and needy citizens, from school uniforms to financial and other types of material aid.”
24: Egyptian Security Accuses Muslim Brotherhood Members Of Training And Financing Terrorist Groups
“Security sources disclosed that the cells that the Egyptian security forces have infiltrated over the past few days belong to three different organizations: the “Hasm Movement,” affiliated with the armed elite groups of the Brotherhood; Jund al-Khilafah affiliated with ISIS; and Ajnad Misr, which defected from Ansar Bait al-Maqdis. The sources pointed out that security services have confirmed that despite the different affiliations, all the groups share common sources of funding, logistics and supplies, including the selection of identical places for training camps of their militants. Security forces found documents proving all groups shared the same schemes aimed at attacking Egyptian army, police and state institutions. The security sources claimed that behind these schemes were Muslim Brotherhood militants who travelled to Syria and Iraq and trained in arms use. They joined the ranks of ISIS, al Nusra Front and other armed Takfiri groups.”
Houthi
Al-Watan: Documents Reveal Houthis’ Theft Of Property Belonging To Safer Oil Company
“New documents revealed the involvement of a junior Houthi leader dubbed “Abu Nayef” in crimes of corruption and looting of the Sanaa-based Safer Oil Co. The company explained that the documents are part of its complaints surrounding violations and crimes of corruption and looting of its property and that of the Yemeni people. It claimed these properties were seized by several Houthi leaders. The most prominent acts of theft specified in the documents include: 10 luxury cars, armored cars, oil derivatives, 108k liters of oil, embezzlement of $100k.”

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