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Terrorist Leaders and Other Questionable People in Positions of Power

February 17, 2017

Featured Stories

Venezuela: State Sponsor of Terrorism?

February 17, 2017  •  IPT News FacebookTwitter
U.S. intelligence has long considered Tareck El Aissami as a key figure in the global narcotics trade with ties to Iran. He oversaw massive shipments of drugs from Venezuela to other countries, including the United States, and issued identification documents to Hizballah operatives. 

New Hamas Leader, a Vicious Killer, Portends New Rounds of Violence

by Yaakov Lappin  •  February 16, 2017  •  Special to IPT News FacebookTwitter
The election of Yehya Sinwar to lead Hamas in Gaza represents the completion of a lengthy takeover by the terror movement's military wing at the expense of the political wing, and it could signal a more imminent
confrontational path with Israel than previously thought.

Prof's Slavery/Sexual Consent Comments Become Georgetown's Latest Outrage

February 13, 2017  •  IPT News FacebookTwitter
A Georgetown University Islamic civilization professor's lecture on slavery, asserting that it isn't "morally evil to own somebody" and minimizing the need for sexual consent from a spouse is bringing the school renewed criticism and scrutiny.

Featured Videos

Netanyahu: US, Israel Have 'Grand Mission' to Confront Iran Threat

IPT Senior Fellow Patrick Dunleavy Discusses the Challenges of Monitoring Jihadis After Prison

Muslim Author: I Feel Safer in the U.S. Than I Do in Any Muslim Country

Fatah Official Says Palestinians Have "Right" to Use Terror to "Liberate Our Homeland"

The IPT Blog

  • Maryland Mosque Lauds Pakistani Assassin
    On Sunday, an American mosque glorified a terrorist responsible for killing a Pakistani governor who was critical of Pakistan's blasphemy laws, the Rabwah Times reported.
  • Rasmieh Odeh's Co-Conspirators' Testimony Sought for Retrial
    Federal prosecutors want to travel to the Middle East to question two women who previously have acknowledged helping Rasmieh Odeh bomb a Jerusalem supermarket in 1969 along with the British Consulate. The supermarket bombing killed two college students, Leon Kanner and Edward Joffe.
  • ISIS Terrorists Tapping Organized Crime to Infiltrate Europe
    With the help of organized criminal elements, Islamic State terrorists reportedly are buying legitimate British passports that can evade security detection from security authorities, the Daily Beast reports.

Also in the News

Washington Post Whitewashes Hater of Women, Gays, and Jews Because He's a Muslim Convert

February 14, 2017  •  The Federalist FacebookTwitter
What did it take for the Washington Post to accuse a Jewish man of racism for exposing a white man as an anti-Semite? That white man's conversion to Islam.

Islamist moderates, Swedish hardliners and Islamist Islamophobia

February 14, 2017  •  Jerusalem Post FacebookTwitter
For almost two decades since 9/11 the mainstream media in every Western country, and to some extent the rest of the world, has adopted Orwellian language to whitewash and mislead the public about the nature of Islamist regimes, political Islamism and the creeping bigotry, hatred and extreme right-wing, conservative, fundamentalist
intolerance in parts of the world.

The Hate Group that Tracks Down Other "Hate Groups"

January 9, 2017  •  FrontPage Mag FacebookTwitter
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) was founded in 1971 by two Alabama attorneys, Morris Dees and Joseph Levin Jr. The latter served as the Center's legal director from 1971-76, but it was Dees, who views the U.S. as an irredeemably racist nation, who would emerge as the long-term "face" of the organization
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