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Elijah J. Magnier Sep 13
Concerned about civilians in not , jihadists & foreign fighters? 1. City won't be attacked in the 1st stage. Only AQ locations offered by & Intel. 2. Corridors will be available for civ to leave 3. No attack against pro-Turkish forces unless fighting with AQ.
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Walid Phares Aug 30
I agree with UN envoy to ambassador that , and Jihadists need 2 be removed from , but not replaced by and . Deploy a UN force only. All radicals out, let civilians live, not leave in exodus. Security Council should move
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Matthew Johnson 2h
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Jennifer Cafarella Sep 10
Replying to @JennyCafarella
will also fight on the front line, as will “independent” foreign fighter groups including the elite fighters from Chinese & Chechen units Question starts to become how ’s forces will fare against these jihadists, augmented by Turkish backed rebels
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Rita Katz Aug 28
Replying to @Rita_Katz
2) Unsurprising— This year has seen a major rise in & other like , , being used & promoted by and fighters & supporters as an anonymous method of financing.
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Farah Pandith Jul 26
Hardly any US reporting on and their election. Was in the news every day since 9/11. The seriousness of the region, and the election in Pakistan remains important to US foreign policy esp re . We are not focusing the way we should.
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Frances Townsend Oct 5
U.S. counterterrorism strategy puts new focus on and proxies while maintaining a focus on & Sunni extremism | Reuters
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Kyle Orton Sep 13
has the capacity to delay things in Idlib; it cannot stop the / system. has stood her ground so far, and so much the better. As for terrorism: Moscow sponsors both and / in Syria, so its "concerns" about / ring hollow.
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Frances Townsend Aug 3
My son, Osama: the al-Qaida leader’s mother speaks for the first time
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Jennifer Cafarella Sep 10
Replying to @JennyCafarella
will likely attack regime areas behind the front line to undermine the regime’s ability to keep this much force in greater Will likely also target civilians in regime areas will pressure not to fold in Idlib, likely w/ threat of attacks ie car bombs
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Michael Krona Aug 6
Interesting video from earlier today. Former Al-Qaeda member swears allegiance to . The relationship between and IS is continously interesting to follow.
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Riam Dalati May 14
"strongly advised" a high-level delegation of that they should "permanently disband", and not rebrand under new group. province would be managed by Al-Sham & allies. HTS's foreigners & hardcore will have nowhere to go but Hilf Nusrat Al-Islam.
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Jennifer Cafarella Sep 10
Replying to @JennyCafarella
has taken big risks in & southern in order to shift this amount of force north to . He is conscripting actively in the south in order to patch some of these gaps. But & likely have ample opportunity to exploit weak security to est networks
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🎃Accomplishment AE🎃 Sep 5
Doing a 2,000 Artix Points Giveaway. Like & Retweet and I will pick a winner. If you do not win, I will be doing another giveaway this weekend with more AP.
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Charles Lister Sep 26
Replying to @Charles_Lister
in needs confronting, no doubt. I’ve advocated for that for years. But it requires a far more intelligent effort, exploiting complex dynamics/actors and utilizing granular intelligence. Dumb, black/white blanket strategies will exacerbate the threat, not defeat it.
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كودي Sep 23
Replying to @badly_xeroxed
A military commander of -affiliate Hurras al-Din nicknamed “al-Sayyaf” was shot dead by unidentified gunmen in the Jabal al-Zawiya area, a day after the organization rejected the agreement between Russia and Turkey
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Pulse Nigeria Aug 1
Happy Birthday to musician, A-Q! Sending all the best wishes of the day from Pulse HQ.
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BallersPinas (Val M) 3h
Flipin' some pages while waiting for vs. 😁
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Rita Katz Aug 14
New report sets bleak forecast regarding global jihad: & resilient—& in some cases growing—across the world. Important that an intergov org of UN’s stature acknowledges this as so many govs individually characterize these groups as defeated
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Angel Novoa | AQ 22h
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