Topic: Colleen LaRose
'Jihobbyists' are people drawn to the online theater of violent jihad, becoming increasingly radical as they delve deeper into Web forums. Colleen LaRose, also known as 'Jihad Jane,' is an example of this threat, according to counterterrorism experts.
03/19/2010 07:27 pm
Colleen LaRose, also known as Jihad Jane, pleaded not guilty to terrorism charges in Philadelphia Thursday. Reports say she has already confessed to the FBI her role in a murder plot.
03/19/2010 09:28 am
As the case proceeds against 'Jihad Jane,' or Colleen LaRose, here are three crucial questions to consider.
03/11/2010 01:19 pm
The case of 'Jihad Jane' raises troubling questions about the ability of Al Qaeda to attract US-born women to terrorism.
03/10/2010 05:58 pm
Pennsylvania woman Colleen LaRose, or 'Jihad Jane,' is only the latest in a string of American-born Muslim extremists, experts say. Here's a Top 10 list.
03/10/2010 03:31 pm
Swedish cartoonist Lars Vilks, allegedly the target of a group led by 'Jihad Jane,' relies on international policing efforts to stay safe. But safeguards are shifting as European views evolve on free speech and blasphemy.
03/10/2010 02:35 pm
Gallery American Jihadis
'Jihad Jane,' as Pennsylvania woman Colleen LaRose dubbed herself, was indicted Tuesday for helping recruit a network for suicide attacks and plotting to kill a Swedish cartoonist. Seven Muslims were arrested in Ireland in connection with the alleged plot.
03/10/2010 08:36 am