Skip navigation

Islamists vow bin Laden death will not mute Jihad call

Members of militant Islamist forums vowed on Monday to avenge the U.S. killing of Osama bin Laden, while others prayed the news was not true.Full story

13 soldiers killed as Algerian president promises reform

Islamist extremists attacked an army post and killed at least 13 soldiers watching the Algerian president's televised speech promising reforms, security officials said Saturday. Full story

Netanyahu says Israel, Russia face common threats

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in Moscow on Thursday that Russia and Israel will face a common threat if "radical Islamist" states acquire nuclear weapons, Russian news agencies reported. Full story

Sponsored Links


King: Next hearing is on radical Muslims in prison

Factbox: Reaction to Gaddafi's speech

Pakistan army turns to war movies to counter jihad

Leading Pakistani politician slain by own guard

Growing market opportunity is U.S. muslims

Cops: NYC mosque's imam, wife get death threats


  Muslims outraged over King’s hearing

Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf of the Masjid al-Farah Mosque explains whether Rep. Peter King’s Congressional hearings, which some have called a “witch hunt,” will do more harm, than good.

  France arrests 12 in anti-terror sweep

French authorities arrested 12 accused miltants who allegedly have ties to suspected Islamic extremists. NBC's Stephanie Gosk reports.

  In Philippines, U.S. wins battle by not fighting

In a fight that's lasted almost as long as the one in Afghanistan, U.S. Special Forces have been helping to wage a battle against Islamic militants in Southeast Asia. NBC's Adrienne Mong reports.

  Mosque causing 'anguish' for 9/11 survivors

America's 9/11 Foundation's Nick Leishen discusses why the 9/11 support group is against building a mosque near ground zero.

advertisement | ad info

Related Photos

Oil tankers destined for NATO attacked
Oil tankers destined for NATO attacked

epa02600851 Pakistani firefighters try to extinguish burning oil tankers destined for NATO forces in Afghanistan, after islamic militants fire rockets on NATO oil tankers in Peshawar, Pakistan on 25 February 2011. Four people were killed and several injured others. Over the last years tankers carry

A Pakistani flood survivor hangs onto a hovercraft and waits to get relief food distributed by naval officials in Sangi Village near Sukkur, in southern Pakistan on Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010. The world ramped up assistance to flood-ravaged Pakistan on Thursday three weeks after the crisis began, and U