Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps has been inciting sectarian strife in the kingdom's east by supporting radical elements, officials say.
The Lebanese militia is facing a financial crisis as a result of international sanctions supported and upheld by Lebanese banks, experts say.
The counter-extremism counseling programme claims an 86% success rate, with most offenders reintegrating into society without further incident.
Faced with mounting losses in Iraq and Syria, ISIS is relying on sleeper cells to sow fear and panic in areas where it has lost ground.
Sinai Tribal Union, which represents the peninsula's most prominent tribes, has pledged to battle ISIS in co-ordination with Egyptian forces.
Experts say Qatar-based individuals routinely use charitable organisations to funnel funds to extremist groups in both countries, undermining prospects for peace and security.
Religious leaders are calling for an uphaul of religious textbooks that were issued in previous eras and are no longer suitable for modern days.
Suicide attacks and car bombings that deliberately harm or punish civilians are a 'badge of shame' for ISIS, Mosul residents tell Diyaruna.
The 'Islamic State of Iraq and Syria' is preventing al-Raqa residents from fleeing as the Syrian Democratic Forces tighten the noose around the city.
Formed by presidential decree, the Supreme Council to Combat Terrorism and Extremism will include members with diverse backgrounds.