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Kurdish Factions Turn Guns on Each Other in Yazidi Homeland

by John Rossomando  •  March 8, 2017  •  IPT News FacebookTwitter
Yazidis living in Iraq's Sinjar region are on edge in the wake of fighting last week between rival Kurdish factions. Some Yazidis joined in the fighting against Peshmerga belonging to Iraq's Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG).

New York Cedes Ground in the Fight Against Terrorism

by Patrick Dunleavy  •  March 7, 2017  •  IPT News FacebookTwitter
Capitulation in a time of conflict is demoralizing to the rank and file charged with protecting the community they serve. This appears to be the case in the latest legal go round between the New York Police Department (NYPD) and Muslim activist groups.

Media Misfeasance Exposed in "Eyeless in Gaza" Documentary

by Noah Beck  •  March 3, 2017  •  Special to IPT News FacebookTwitter
Hamas operatives burst into the Associated Press (AP) Gaza bureau during the 2014 war with Israel, angered by a picture shot by an AP photographer. Gunmen threatened the AP staff, which never reported the incident.

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S. Francisco's Withdrawal from National Terror Intelligence Network Hikes Risks

The IPT Blog

  • Hizballah Continues Recruiting Palestinians to Kill Israelis
    Israeli security authorities arrested a suspected Palestinian member of Hizballah for planning terrorist attacks against Israelis, Israel's domestic security agency announced on Thursday.
  • Hizballah's Ongoing Threat to U.S. National Security
    Most analyses of Hizballah focus on the terrorist group's intervention in Syria or its threat to Israel. But the Iranian-backed organization maintains a significant presence in and near the United States, threatening national security. Current American proposals to strengthen borders and immigration measures may be limited to address this important, yet poorly understood, threat.

Also in the News

The Muslim Brotherhood, Fountain of Islamist Violence

Spring 2017  •  The Middle East Quarterly FacebookTwitter
The Muslim Brotherhood has been a militaristic organization since its inception and has operated as a terrorist entity for almost a century.

Canada's Blasphemy Laws

March 8, 2017  •  Gatestone Institute FacebookTwitter
Those who present these motions claim that "Islamophobia" is rampant across the country, but seem blind to Islamic sharia law's endorsement of killing homosexuals, violence against women and minors, atrocities such as those enumerated above, and notions of Muslim supremacy across the planet.

I'm Calling Out the Loons Who Make Israel Bashing the Mother of All Virtues

March 8, 2017  •  Jewish News Online FacebookTwitter
The Boycott Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement is mostly spearheaded in the West by people who have little to nothing attaching them to the Middle-East conflict.

The Western Plot To Treat Muslims As Dangerous Children

March 8, 2017  •  MEMRI FacebookTwitter
One of the bizarre features of today's academic life in the West is the treatment of young adult college students as children. And not just any children, but fragile, delicate creatures who are easily upset by disconcerting ideas or words.

Ex-Gitmo Detainee Killed in US Airstrike in Yemen, Pentagon Says

March 6, 2017  •  Fox News FacebookTwitter
A former Guantanamo Bay detainee was among those killed in recent U.S. airstrikes on terror targets in Yemen, Capt. Jeff Davis said on Monday.Yasir al-Silmi, who was held at Guantanamo Bay from 2002-2009, was killed in airstrikes on March 2.

The Problem with Inviting Rasmieh Yousef Odeh to Speak

March 5, 2017  •  Chicago Tribune FacebookTwitter
Jewish Voice for Peace will give a platform to Rasmieh Yousef Odeh, convicted in Israel for her involvement in two 1969 bombing plots that killed two people, at its national conference March 31-April 2 in Chicago.

Facebook and Twitter Censor Jihad Watch, Block Thousands from Reading It

March 3, 2017  •  Jihad Watch FacebookTwitter
Facebook and Twitter are censoring Jihad Watch as "hate speech."

Pro-Palestinian Black Muslim Leftist Arrested in Jewish Center Bomb Threats

March 3, 2017  •  FrontPage Mag FacebookTwitter
The authorities now have a suspect in at least some of the bomb threats that have been called in to Jewish organizations. His name is Juan M Thompson and he's a leftist who worked for Intercept, a pro-terrorist and often anti-Semitic site, and he isn't a fan of Jews or Trump.

Why is YouTube Punishing People Who Translate and Expose Anti-Semitism on Its Platform

March 2, 2017  •  Tablet FacebookTwitter
This past month, Tablet published a piece by journalist Eylon Aslan-Levy about a new cartoon music video that had just been released by the terrorist group Hamas. Two days later, YouTube took down his translated video for "hate
speech" and warned him that further offenses could result
in the suspension of his account.

Energy Industry's Controls Provide Target for Cyberattacks

March 2, 2017  •  Houston Chronicle FacebookTwitter
As national attention focuses on Russian cyberattacks aimed at influencing the last presidential election, oil and gas companies face increasingly sophisticated hackers seeking to steal trade secrets and manipulate industrial sensors and operations.

Orlando Judge Orders Noor Salman, Widow of Pulse Gunman, to Stay Behind Bars

March 2, 2017  •  Orlando Sentinel FacebookTwitter
An Orlando judge agreed Thursday to keep the widow of the Orlando nightclub shooter in jail until she is tried on charges that she helped her husband scout out potential targets.

The Muslims Who Aren't Celebrating Mahershala Ali's Oscar Win

February 28, 2017  •  The Atlantic FacebookTwitter
Mahershala Ali made history on Sunday night by becoming the first Muslim actor to win an Academy Award. But as the internet exploded with the significance of the moment—a black Muslim accepting an Oscar for his supporting role in Moonlight, a film about gay men—one tweet disappeared.
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