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IHH, which plays a central role in organizing the flotilla to the Gaza Strip, is a Turkish humanitarian relief fund with a radical Islamic anti-Western orientation.

Besides its legitimate philanthropic activities, it supports radical Islamic networks, including Hamas, and at least in the past, even global jihad elements.
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Al-Qaeda in Iraq appointed successors to two of its leaders killed in a joint American-Iraqi operation and committed a series of deadly attacks against Shi’ites and Iraqi security forces.

That indicates Al-Qaeda’s recovery following the blows it took, and shows that the organization will make efforts to destabilize Iraq’s internal situation.
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The killing of two Al-Qaeda leaders in Iraq and its implications

American and Iraqi sources reported that on April 18, 2010, two Al-Qaeda leaders were killed in Iraq: Abu Umar al-Baghdadi and Abu Ayyub al-Masri.
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Iranian subversion in Yemen

Iranian websites expose additional evidence of the regime’s ideological and religious influence on the Shi’ite rebels in north Yemen and the rebellion’s importance for Iran in supporting the Shi’ite minority in the Arab-Muslim world
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The struggle between Hamas and the jihadi-Salafist networks in the Gaza Strip affiliated with the global jihad.

On August 14, 2009, Hamas used military force to suppress the global jihad-affiliated Jund Ansar Allah (The Army of Allah’s Supporters) network.
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Geopolitically strategic Yemen has become a focus of local Iranian-Saudi Arabian strife.

The Yemeni government accuses Iran of supporting Zaydi-Shi’ite (Houthi) rebels in the northern part of the country with weapons, money and propaganda. Subverting local Shi’ite populations in the Middle East is a frequent Iranian modus operandi.
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