The Global Jihad

The Gaza Strip as a regional exporter of terrorism:

In June 2010 the Moroccan security forces exposed a global jihad network planning to carry out terrorist attacks against Moroccan figures, including Jews. The network was headed by a Gazan, a former Palestinian Islamic Jihad operative influenced by Al-Qaeda.
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IHH Preparations for a Violent Confrontation with IDF Soldiers Aboard the Turkish Ship Mavi Marmara

An initial analysis of statements taken from passengers aboard the Turkish ship Mavi Marmara after it was towed to the port of Ashdod show that operatives belonging to the radical Islamic Turkish IHH led the violent confrontation with the IDF.
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Past Involvement of IHH in Supporting the Global Jihad and Radical Islam – Additional Information

According to reliable information, IHH had links to global jihad and Islamic terrorist networks in the past and assisted jihadist terrorist cells in many countries, including Bosnia, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and Chechnya.
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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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