The Iran-backed Houthis are endangering Yemeni civilians and putting key public facilities at risk, yet spread disinformation about their actions.
ISIS has alienated Yemeni society as a result of its extreme violence, and has been experiencing trouble attracting new recruits, experts say.
ISIS is trying to recoup its losses by launching terror attacks against minorities. Since December 2016, terror attacks in Egypt have left more than 100 Christians dead.
As families mourned their dead, Egyptian police announced they had killed 19 extremists linked to the attack near Minya in a shootout.
Newly imposed sanctions by the US on Hizbullah will help curb the Iran-backed militia's malign activities in the region by cutting off its sources of funding.
Through the arrest and torture of protestors and the recruitment of child soldiers, the Houthis are embracing the same tactics employed by Iran's IRGC, experts tell Al-Mashareq.
Experts gathered in the Jordanian capital to discuss the need for ongoing efforts to combat violent extremism and radical ideology.
The militia has been lashing out against civilians in Sanaa after experiencing setbacks in Bayda, Saada and al-Hodeida provinces.
The Hizbullah chief's pronouncement violates Lebanon's dissociation policy and has unsettled the country's Shia community.
The IRGC's elite Quds Force has dispatched a senior officer -- Hassan Moezzi -- to co-ordinate the delivery of lethal weapons to the Houthis in Yemen.
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