Islamic State ‘Beatles’: The Next Move

February 10, 2018By Richard C Pendrynews No Comments

The sister of one of the victims of the infamous Islamic State group dubbed the Beatles – an Execution cell responsible for the murder of at least 27 of their hostages – has called for two of the gang; Alexanda Kotey and El Shafee Elsheikh, recently captured while trying to cross into Turkey, to be … Read More

Terrorists to Derail Trains?

August 13, 2017By Richard C Pendrynews 2 Comments

Inspire is a magazine for Islamic extremists. Much as you or I would buy a periodical on cycling, gardening or what ever else takes your fancy, so todays terrorists literaly look for insperation on how best to spread their sick ideology. The latest thing trending for terrorists is to how to DERAIL TRAINS. Inspire is an al … Read More

Charleston: Hate Crime or Domestic Terrorism?

July 3, 2015By Richard C Pendrynews 2 Comments

Charleston: hate crime or domestic terrorism? This is the question being asked after the slaughter of nine church goers in one of Americas oldest cities.  But the massacre has been overshadowed by another gruesome shooting in Sousse, Tunisia, with a second lone gunman taking 38 lives, the similarities between the two attacks striking.  The latter … Read More

Hotel Attack Survival Tips

June 26, 2015By Richard C Pendrynews No Comments

Ten things you need to know if your hotel is attacked by terrorists, this article could save your life. The assault on the Imperial Marhaba hotel in Tunisia, shows how vulnerable we all are against organised attacks by determined terrorists desperate to exploit violence to further their extremist agendas. The following are ten things you need … Read More

Rocket Attack Aganist Mercedes Benz in Athens – Resurgence of Greek Terrorism?

February 14, 2014By Richard C Pendrynews No Comments

Wednesday the 12th February saw a rocket attack against a Mercedes Benz office in Athens.  The rocket missed the complex and detonated harmlessly in waste ground, but this is the second violent incident involving  German institutions in recent months, the other being shots fired at the German ambassadors residence in December.  Is it just anger – … Read More

Attack At Diyala Bridge, Baghdad

July 4, 2006By Richard C Pendrynews No Comments

August 2006. Diyala Bridge, Baghdad, Iraq. The hole in the bridge was caused by a truck – laden with explosives – that was bound for Baghdad city centre. A common tactic by the insurgents is to detonate huge bombs in busy crowded areas, creating death and destruction on a huge scale. This time however, they didn’t … Read More