Radical Extremism

  Posted on: Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Dutch police arrest Syrian suspected of war crimes, terror
AP

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — Dutch prosecutors say police have arrested a Syrian on suspicion of war crimes and terrorism in his home country where he allegedly was a commander in the former al-Qaida affiliate the Nusra Front.



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Radical Extremism:
12/10/19   New Jersey Man, Avowed Member of White Supremacist Group, Pleads Guilty to Making False Statements
12/3/19   Hizballah Operative Sentenced To 40 Years In Prison For Covert Terrorist Activities On Behalf Of Hizballah’s Islamic Jihad Organization
12/1/19   Focus on early release of terror convict in London stabbings
11/29/19   Several Stabbed on London Bridge, Police Shoot and Kill Suspect
11/13/19   UN chief: Terrorists strengthen foothold in Africa’s Sahel
11/5/19   White Supremacist Charged with Plotting to Blow Colorado Synagogue ‘Off the Map’
8/16/19   2 men sentenced for plotting to attack Muslim community
8/1/19   US officials say Islamic State still poses global threat
7/10/19   Texas man pleads guilty to terrorist activities with ISIS
7/9/19   White Supremacist Neo-Nazi Group Threatening Violent Action Is Recruiting on Gab, Twitter, Instagram
7/5/19   UK police arrested Swedish woman suspected of terrorism
6/23/19   Al-Qaeda Growing Stronger Under Taliban’s Umbrella, UN Finds
6/19/19   Neo-Nazis Jailed for Inciting Terror Attacks on Prince Harry and Others
6/14/19   Man accused in New Zealand mosque killings pleads not guilty
5/21/19   Dutch police arrest Syrian suspected of war crimes, terror
5/20/19   UN chief: Somalia making progress but must tackle extremism
5/9/19   3 convicted of terrorism for arson of Australian mosque
5/6/19   Texan faces up to 88 years on terrorism-related convictions
4/29/19   Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi Resurfaces: New Video Is First in Five Years
4/29/19   Father, Two Brothers of Suspected Sri Lanka Bombings Mastermind Killed in Gun Battle
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