President Barack Obama addressed the nation Sunday night, a rare but necessary move sparked by the growing tensions in the aftermath of the San Bernardino shooting. President Obama vowed in his address to destroy ISIL and related terrorists organizations in a bid to alleviate the public’s fears of a domestic attack.
Millions participated in an anti-terrorism march through Paris and other parts of France Sunday (Jan. 10). Over 40 world leaders joined in a show of support after terrorist attacks killed 17 in the City of Lights, last week.
The United States military officially engaged into battle with ISIS/ISIL yesterday by conducting airstrikes against the Islamic regime in Syria, Monday night.
The NYPD recruits Muslim informants to spy in mosques, cafes, and other social locations around the Big Apple, according to a New York Times report. A task unit known as the Citywide Debriefing Team was created after Sept. 11th and targeted arrestees to cut deals in exchange for snitching.
President Obama responded to the news that four Americans have been killed in drone strikes since 2009. In a speech Thursday (May 24), the commander in chief defended the counterterrorism efforts but called for better tactics limiting civilian casualties.