New jihadist factory inside a madrassa in Bangladesh

Most suspicious part is, although Jamia Rashidia Qawmi madrasa requires over US$200,000 every month for providing food and other basic amenities to its students and teachers, there is no shown source of income of this organization. Journalists, right activists and even members of the diplomatic missions are not allowed within the compound of this jihad factory

India stands at the intersection of the new Cold War regions

India is standing at the intersection of the new Cold War regions – the Indo-Pacific and Eurasia. Its geostrategic interests are tied to both...

Thousands of Pakistanis remain part of the Taliban

However, giving terrorists a safe haven is unlikely to convince the international community that the Taliban can or even want to keep their promise....

Afghans fear gang rape, loot and mass slaughter in Kabul

As Taliban fighters are almost at the doorstep of Kabul, thousands of residents of the Afghan city are in extreme terror as fall of...

Billion-dollar opium empire goes into the grips of jihadists

Following withdrawal of US and NATO forces from Afghanistan, country’s billion-dollar opium empire is set to go into the grips of Taliban, Al Qaeda,...