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CAIR Smears and Tries to Silence an IPT Fellow

Using misleading claims and engaging in rank hypocrisy, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is waging a campaign to silence an Investigative Project on Terrorism senior fellow. 253 more words


Pause In U.S. Entry Policies Sensible

By Dr. Peter Brookes ~

Trump’s order targets countries with terror risks

People will spin it anyway they like – and they will – but President Trump’s decision to take a pause and review travel to the United States from seven Middle Eastern and North African countries is sound national security policy.

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Public Opinion

Stop Muslim Terror By Stopping Muslim Immigration

By Daniel Greenfield ~

Lone wolf terrorism is the biggest trend in Islamic terrorism. Unlike classic Islamic terrorism, it requires no cells stretching across countries the way that 9/11 did. 1,140 more words

Public Opinion

Iraqis Are "Offended" By Trump's Temporary Refugee Ban?

By Lawrence Sellin Ph.D. ~

In foreign policy there is no such thing as gratitude, only interests.

President Trump has signed an executive order temporarily suspending the entry of immigrants from Yemen, Sudan, Somalia, Libya, Syria, Iran and Iraq to “protect the American people from terrorist attacks by foreign nationals.” 506 more words

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Jihadists Fear Trump's Lineup Of Tough Guys In Cabinet

By Dr. Michael Ledeen ~

As I promised, as the days of Obama draw down, the jihadis are stepping up the terror tempo.  They know that there will be no reprisals from the Oahu links, and they fear Trump’s lineup of tough guys in the cabinet, so they’re in a hurry to kill infidels while the killing’s good. 768 more words

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Ohio State Attack: What Did We Learn?

By Lt. Colonel James G. Zumwalt, USMC (RET) ~

In endeavoring to identify a scintilla of logic related to events emerging from the Ohio State University… 873 more words

Public Opinion

Muslim Terrorist, Again

There are some good Muslims that speak out against these evil actions. They are in the minority.

The majority do not say anything.
Are they for or against such atrocities? 55 more words