The rise of ISIS at the end of 2013 led to a dramatic spike in U.S. residents linked to activity motivated by Islamic extremist ideology. This report provides in-depth analysis on the demograhics and activities of U.S. residents linked to terror between 2009 and 2015, noting the role of ISIS and providing valuable insights into future security challenges.
As new technology and social media continue to alter the nature of global communications, terrorist groups have quickly adapted to these tools in their efforts to reach an ever-widening pool of potential adherents. As a result, anti-Semitism in its most dangerous form is easily accessible by a worldwide audience.
Who are the U.S. residents linked to plots and other activity motivated by radical interpretatons of Islam in 2016.