Exclusive: Not all terrorists are Muslims, says Indian-American author Rajiv Malohtra

Rajiv Malohtra a well-known Indian-American author and Founder and Director of Infinity Foundation talks over Terrorism and what religion terrorists follow. He clears out that terrorists are not Muslims, they can be Hindus, Christians as well.

Exclusive: Not all terrorists are Muslims, says Indian-American author Rajiv Malohtra- Part II

Rajiv Malohtra a well-known Indian-American author and Founder and Director of Infinity Foundation talks over Terrorism and what religion terrorists follow. He clears out that terrorists are not Muslims, they can be Hindus, Christians as well.

Istanbul suicide bomber registered as refugee before attack

The suicide attacker who detonated a bomb that killed 10 German tourists in the heart of Istanbul's historic district had registered as a refugee just a week earlier, Turkish officials have said Wednesday, raising questions over whether extremists are posing as asylum-seekers to inflame anti-immigrant sentiment in Europe.

France's chief rabbi says Jews should 'continue wearing kippa'

The chief rabbi of France, Haim Korsia, today rejected a call by the leader of Marseille's Jewish community for Jews in the city to stop wearing skullcaps to avoid being targeted by extremists.

Nations vow better intelligence sharing to halt terror attacks

Foreign ministers and diplomats from over 50 nations today bowed to calls for greater information sharing to stop extremists slipping across borders to carry out attacks, making concrete pledges to plug dangerous intelligence lapses.

Asiya Andrabi-ISIS connection: Why doesn't India banish Kashmiri separatist leaders?-Part 3

Time and again Kashmiri separatist leaders have generated troubles for Indian govt. Why does the govt still house these extremist leaders like Asiya Andrabi and Masharat Alam?

Asiya Andrabi-ISIS connection: Why doesn't India banish Kashmiri separatist leaders?-Part 3

Time and again Kashmiri separatist leaders have generated troubles for Indian govt. Why does the govt still house these extremist leaders like Asiya Andrabi and Masharat Alam?

Asiya Andrabi-ISIS connection: Why doesn't India banish Kashmiri separatist leaders?-Part 2

Time and again Kashmiri separatist leaders have generated troubles for Indian govt. Why does the govt still house these extremist leaders like Asiya Andrabi and Masharat Alam?

Asiya Andrabi-ISIS connection: Why doesn't India banish Kashmiri separatist leaders?

Time and again Kashmiri separatist leaders have generated troubles for Indian govt. Why does the govt still house these extremist leaders like Asiya Andrabi and Masharat Alam?

Al Qaeda module: Nabbed madrasa teacher sheltered extremists from Pakistan, say sleuths

Al Qaeda module: Nabbed madrasa teacher sheltered extremists from Pakistan, say sleuths

Investigators also found that the accused, Abdul Rahman (37), was closely related to one of the persons held in connection with the 2007 Glasgow International Airport attack, but failed to gather further leads in this line of inquiry.

German secret service in talks with Syrian spies: Report

Germany`s foreign intelligence service BND has resumed cooperation with the Syrian secret service in the fight against Islamist extremists, according to a newspaper report on Friday.

Nigeria's Boko Haram kills 49 in suicide bombings

At least 34 people were killed and another 80 wounded after suicide bomber exploded in Yola.

Night-time explosion kills, wounds people in NE Nigeria

A ight-time explosion blamed on Boko Haram extremists has killed an unknown number of people at a bus station market in northeastern Nigeria.

UN says refusing refugees after Paris attacks not 'way to go'

UN have hit back at calls to turn back refugees from Syria.

In Britain, teachers learn how to tackle extremists

Birmingham school principal Kamal Hanif recently gave a group of parents a presentation about how extremists use social media to recruit young people. When he mentioned Facebook, some of the parents, mainly Muslim mothers, raised their hands to show they had never heard of the site.

Israel intensifies pursuit of extremists after child killed

Israel has intensified its pursuit of Jewish extremists in the wake of the fire-bombing death of a Palestinian child, detaining one suspect without trial through a controversial procedure usually invoked for Palestinians.

22 Islamists sentenced to 10 years in prison in Egypt

An Egyptian court today sentenced 22 Islamists to 10 years in prison and slapped a hefty fine of USD 2600 on them for inciting violence near Qobba presidential palace in 2013.

Lack of 'justice' fuelling extremism: Egypt president

Egypt's President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, who has led a massive crackdown on Islamists, says the fight against extremism in the region must go hand-in-hand with pursuing greater "freedom, equality and justice."

For displaced Pakistanis to return home: fight the Taliban

Hundreds of thousands of Pakistanis displaced by anti-Taliban military operations in tribal areas wish only to return home -- but first they have to agree to fight the extremists themselves.

Experts concerned over rise of radical Islamists in Bangladesh

 In view of the recent hacking to death of two bloggers, renowned American experts and lawmakers have expressed concern over rise of radical Islam in Bangladesh.