Friday, September 21, 2018

Algemeiner Article Rebuts Star-Ledger's Smear of Emerson

September 21, 2018

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Character Assassinations by New Jersey's Star-Ledger

by Noah Beck  •  September 13, 2018  •  Algemeiner FacebookTwitter
This article originally appeared in The Algemeiner.
The Star-Ledger's smear of terrorism expert Steve Emerson and Arab-American Emilio Karim Dabul is a textbook case of journalistic malpractice, providing the quintessential example of what honest journalism should avoid.

Investigation Finds Dutch Program Aided Terror-Tied Groups

by Abigail R. Esman  •  September 17, 2018  •  Special to IPT News FacebookTwitter
When "Driss M" left his home in the Netherlands to join the fight in Syria, he was, he said later, heading there to fight against ISIS, not with them, alongside the Free Syrian Army. He returned in 2017, expecting a hero's welcome. He was arrested, instead, charged with supporting the Jabhat al-Shamiya terrorist group, and sentenced to three years in Holland's high-security prison exclusively for terrorists.
Now it seems the government that convicted him may be guilty of the same crimes.

For Islamic Terrorists, Jihad Does Not Stop When Jailed

by Patrick Dunleavy  •  September 14, 2018  •  IPT News FacebookTwitter

"I am ready to die for the Caliphate, prison is nothing."

Pew Skews Study on Muslim Girls' Education

by Abigail R. Esman  •  September 12, 2018  •  Special to IPT News FacebookTwitter
When a Taliban gunman shot Malala Yousafzai, then a 15-year-old student activist in Pakistan's Swat Valley, it brought long-needed attention to the struggle for girls' education in Muslim societies. Yousafzai, internationally known for standing up for the rights of Muslim girls to attend school, was deliberately targeted in a country where, according to ABC News, "Sixty-two percent of girls and five percent of boys are not in school," and where, in some districts, Taliban leaders have forbidden girls to attend school at all.

NSC Meets Lobbyist Who Backed Syrian Jihadists

by John Rossomando  •  September 10, 2018 FacebookTwitter
A Syrian-American lobbyist who pushed the Obama administration to support Syrian jihadists met with National Security Council (NSC) staffers Thursday afternoon. Mouaz Moustafa, executive director of the Syrian Emergency Taskforce (SETF), noted the meeting on his Facebook page. A NSC source confirmed that the meeting took place.

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Report: Nearly 8,000 Acres of Land Lost to Palestinian Arson Terrorism

September 12, 2018  •  Algemeiner FacebookTwitter
The number of incendiary kites and balloons being sent by Palestinians over the Gaza border and causing fires in Israel has fallen in recent weeks, enabling the Israel Nature and
Parks Authority to begin assessing the ecological and
financial damage to Israeli parks and nature reserves.

New Mexico Compound Clan Held in Custody Until Trial

September 12, 2018  •  Washington Times FacebookTwitter
A federal judge ordered Wednesday the five Wahhaj clan suspects to be held in custody until their trial on firearms and conspiracy charges stemming from a purported plot to train children as school shooters at a remote compound.

Tech Firms Face Prospect of Fines in Europe Over Terror Propaganda

September 12, 2018  •  Wall Street Journal FacebookTwitter
The European Union is proposing massive fines for online providers that aren't fast enough in removing terrorist content from their services, raising pressure on big tech firms like Facebook Inc. FB -0.40% and Alphabet Inc.'s GOOGL 0.90% Google that have backed voluntary approaches.

US Takes a Stand Against Anti-Semitism That Obama Didn't

September 12, 2018  •  New York Post FacebookTwitter
What happens when the US government takes cases of anti-Semitic discrimination seriously?
You would think that even President Trump's critics would be cheering the announcement that the Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights will look into evidence about anti-Jewish activity at Rutgers University. The charges stem from a series of incidents dating back to
2011, in which groups dedicated to demonizing Israel and
Jews engaged in threats and discriminatory conduct
without the university lifting a finger to stop it or hold those
responsible accountable.

Bolton Warns ICC Not to Go After Israel, Confirms Closure of PLO's DC Office

September 10, 2018  •  Times of Israel FacebookTwitter
The United States on Monday warned the International Criminal Court against prosecution of US or Israeli officials for alleged war crimes in the Middle East.
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