Posts Tagged ‘5 Dimensions’

Saddam’s tactics revive in Saudi attacks.

Saddam’s tactics revive in Saudi attacks. A mosque situated within a security forces academy in the southwestern city of Abha in Saudi Arabia was the latest site for a suicide bomb attack on 6th August. 19 died and were 60 wounded, most of them were new cadets. An organization calling itself “IS Hejaz” claimed responsibility.…

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Bahrain threatened by IS militants

Bahrain threatened by IS militants Reports have been received at SecurityMiddleEast.com that IS have made several covert and overt threats against Shia mosques in Bahrain over the past 48 hours. The Bahraini security services fear that IS might have turned its attention to Bahrain in IS’s attempts to escalate sectarian tensions within the GCC countries.…

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Al Baghdadi releases rare message

Al Baghdadi releases rare message Leader of the ISIS, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi released a rare audio message on May 14 calling for Muslims, especially in the West, to immigrate to the ISIS and fight for it. The call to arms by al-Baghdadi came only two days after the reported death of his deputy Abu Ala’a…

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A dangerous Iranian escalation in the conflict in Yemen?

A dangerous Iranian escalation in the conflict in Yemen? The Iranian leadership is sending two Iranian naval vessels into the military operations zone around Yemen’s waters in a step that could be seen by Saudi Arabia and her allies as provocative and escalatory. A source within the Saudi MoD told 5 Dimension Consultants in Dubai…

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Regional Intelligence to 06 January 2015

Middle East Regional Report Jun 23 – Jul 02 2016

Regional Intelligence to 06 January 2015 These regional intelligence reports are synopsis of full reports provided by 5 Dimension consultants based in Dubai. If you would like access to the full reports, or reports on other countries in the region please contact the SecurityMiddleEast.com team and we will pass your request on. Yemen – Marib…

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Regional Intelligence Reports to 17th December 2014

Regional Intelligence Reports to 17th December 2014  GCC Meeting overview The 35th Ministerial and Heads of State meeting of the GCC was held in Doha on December 9. Regional security issues, as ever, featured high on the agenda with the summit focusing primarily on the threat from the Islamic State (IS) and other extremist groups,…

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Possibility of further attacks against westerners

The stabbing of an American teacher in the capital of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) earlier this month sent shock waves throughout the emirates. It is very rare for foreign nationals, who make up around 90% of the UAE’s roughly 9 million population, to be targeted in criminal or terrorist attacks in the emirates. However there remains the…

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Regional Intelligence up to 26th November 2014

Regional Intelligence up to 26th November 2014 supplied by 5 Dimensions Consultants.  For further more detailed reports or bespoke reports please contact 5 Dimensions directly quoting SecurityMiddelEast.com Yemen Marib, Baydah and Hodeida remain areas of deep instability, due to advances by Houthi militants who are resisted by al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) and their…

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Special Report on the Reported Death of Abu Bakr al-Bahgdadi Leader of ISIS

Al Baghdadi

Special report on the reported death of Abu Bakr al-Bahgdadi leader of ISIS. Reports emerged last weekend that IS caliph Abu Bakr al-Bahgdadi may have been killed, or at least injured, in a US airstrike. According to Iraqi media, two separate airstrikes on November 7 on al-Qaim, a city near the Syrian border south west…

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Intelligence Reports to 29 Oct 14

Intelligence Reports to 29 Oct 14 Yemen The Houthis continue to make territorial gains against al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), while securing formal political power and demanding influence within the military. Yemen’s military is backing the Houthis as they advance on AQAP territories, while the US continues to carry out drone strikes against AQAP militants.…

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