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Ex-CIA Officer's Case Shows How to Get Things Done in D.C.

March 16, 2017  •  IPT News FacebookTwitter
Getting things accomplished in Washington often requires being at the right place at the right time with the right relationships and the right issue. 
The case of former CIA agent Sabrina DeSousa serves as a perfect case study. 

Israel Targets Palestinian Gun Makers

by Yaakov Lappin  •  March 10, 2017  •  Special to IPT News FacebookTwitter
At first glance, the bridal gown shop in the Palestinian city of Nablus appeared innocuous. But behind the scenes, Israeli intelligence says, the store served as a front for a major West Bank gun parts distribution center.
"Components for weapons were continuously being sold out of there," a senior Israel Defense Forces (IDF) source told The Investigative Project on Terrorism.

IPT Examines J Street's Unusual "Support" for Israel

March 9, 2017  •  IPT News FacebookTwitter
J Street, a Washington, D.C.-based advocacy group, has an unusual way of showing it "is the political home for
pro-Israel, pro-peace Americans."

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How Hamas is Winning Hearts and Minds in Europe

March 14, 2017  •  Times of Israel FacebookTwitter
At the end of February, in Istanbul, the Palestinians Abroad Conference convened with the purported goal of promoting global support for the Palestinians. Its actual purpose was to bolster the status of Hamas in the international arena.

CNN's Reza Aslan Losing Fight to Make 'Islamophobia' Happen

March 16, 2017  •  PJ Media FacebookTwitter
Rather than feeling invigorated by his recent meal of human brain, Leftist media darling Reza Aslan appears to be a bit down in the dumps. Recently he spoke at the University of Pennsylvania, where he railed against a handful of "clowns" and "fringe figures" who, despite their
idiocy, have managed to create a prevailing climate of
"Islamophobia" against Muslims in the United States.

Israel Imposes 'Apartheid Regime' on Palestinians: U.N. Report

March 16, 2017  •  Reuters FacebookTwitter
A U.N. agency published a report on Wednesday accusing Israel of imposing an "apartheid regime" of racial discrimination on the Palestinian people, and said it was the first time a U.N. body had clearly made the charge.

What America Really Needs To Do About the UN

March 14, 2017  •  PJ Media FacebookTwitter
This week brings fresh reports that the Trump White House wants to slash funding to the United Nations, possibly by as much as 50%. That would be a wise move, and if that's what actually happens, it would be a good start and a welcome signal ... that it is time for the UN to stop treating Washington as a moronic sugar-daddy.

U.S. Makes 1st Extradition Request For Hamas Terrorist Who Killed Americans

March 14, 2017  •  The Jerusalem Post FacebookTwitter
The US Department of Justice announced on Tuesday its first ever extradition request to try a Hamas terrorist who murdered Americans during the Second Intifada.... The request is addressed to Jordan to extradite Ahlam Tamimi, who was in Israeli jails for multiple murders connected to the August 9, 2001 Sbarro Pizza suicide bombing, but was
released in the 2011 Gilad Schalit prisoner exchange.

Hawala Networks: The Paperless Trail of Terrorist Transactions

March 16, 2017  •  The Cipher Brief FacebookTwitter
Perhaps one of the most mystifying aspects of terrorist financing is the ability for terrorist organizations to direct capital from one location to another without the use of institutionalized banking systems. To accomplish this objective, terrorist groups turn to hawala networks as a means of moving funds undetected.

The Arabs Know that the Moslem Brotherhood are Terrorists

March 13, 2017  •  American Thinker FacebookTwitter
Right now the Trump administration is considering whether to designate the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization, which sounds to Arab ears like "Is the Pope Catholic?" Do the Saudis play double games?" "Are the mullahs of Iran really genocidal? The answer is Yes! Yes! and Yes!

France, Germany Seek European Center Against Radicalization

March 15, 2017  •  The Associated Press FacebookTwitter
The top security officials in France and Germany are calling for the creation of a European center to combat the radicalization of people the Islamic State group tries to attract with its propaganda.

The BDS Movement Claimed Eight Victories in 2016. They were All Actually Losses

March 10, 2017  •  The Tower FacebookTwitter
One of the key tactics of the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign is to make claims that are, at best, overstated—and in many cases provably false—in
order to bolster their appearance of success.

US Warns its Citizens Worldwide Against 'Less Sophisticated' Terrorism

March 7, 2017  •  Times of Israel FacebookTwitter
In a new worldwide travel warning, the US State Department urges Americas to watch out for knives, guns and car-ramming attacks.

Ex-Radical Islamist Says Jihadists are Sending Students to Top Colleges in America

March 10, 2017  •  The Christian Post FacebookTwitter
Former radical Muslim Isik Abla revealed that there are different types of Jihad in Islam and warned that the group is sending students to America to infiltrate the top universities with its agenda.

Congress Considers Bill to "Stop Arming Terrorists"

March 14, 2017  •  The New American FacebookTwitter
A bipartisan bill to prohibit U.S. taxpayer funding and arming of terrorist groups and their associates is making progress in Congress, most recently having a companion bill introduced in the Senate by popular liberty-minded U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.).

Facebook, Google Attorneys: Pulse Attack Not International Terrorism

March 14, 2017  •  Orlando Sentinel FacebookTwitter
Attorneys for Twitter, Facebook and Google have filed formal arguments in court that seek to define the Pulse nightclub attack in Orlando as "domestic terrorism." The social-media giants have been targeted with a lawsuit that
seeks to blame them for allowing terrorist propaganda to
be posted on their websites.

Linda Sarsour's Problematic Views on Zionism and Anti-Semitism

March 15, 2017  •  The Louis D. Brandeis Center FacebookTwitter
As a co-chair of the Women's March protesting Donald Trump's inauguration, Linda Sarsour – who is usually identified as a Palestinian-American progressive political activist – has recently attracted much sympathetic media attention, but also some criticism...

Guilty Pleas Expected for Two Palm Beach County Men Arrested in Terror Sting

March 14, 2017  •  Sun Sentinel FacebookTwitter
Two Palm Beach County men accused of helping to support Islamic State terrorism overseas are expected to plead guilty to federal charges later this month, prosecutors told a judge on Tuesday.

Plot Thickens in Probe of House IT Contractors

March 14, 2017  • FacebookTwitter
A criminal investigation into IT contractors employed by dozens of House Democrats is sparking broader concerns about continuing access to sensitive government emails, amid new allegations of illicit activity beyond Capitol Hill.

The Truth Behind Media's New Favorite Euphemism: 'Muslim-Majority Countries'

March 9, 2017  •  Breitbart FacebookTwitter
Both versions of President Trump's executive order have been caricatured as a "Muslim ban," even though they applied to only six or seven specific countries, leaving 90 percent of the world's population out of the mix.

Muhammad Ali's Son and Second Wife Lobby for Profiling Ban After Airport Detention

March 9, 2017  •  USA Today FacebookTwitter
Muhammad Ali's son and second wife came to Washington on Thursday to make a plea to end racial and religious profiling, after they were questioned and detained coming back into the United States from Jamaica in February.

Saudi Arabia Hails 'Historical Turning Point' in Relations with US

March 15, 2017  • FacebookTwitter
Saudi Arabia's ties with the United States have been restored, according to a senior adviser to Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who met with President
Donald Trump on Tuesday.

At London 'Israel Apartheid' Event, 'Historian' Ilan Pappe Asks: "Am I an Anti-Semite?"

March 16, 2017  •  UK Media Watch FacebookTwitter
]"Am I an Anti-Semite?" was the topic of Ilan Pappe's talk on Tuesday evening at University College London (another 'Apartheid Week' event – on the strength of this talk, there is really no question). 

Fatwa Against Teenage Singer Nahid Afrin Who Performed Songs Against ISIS

March 15, 2017  •  India TV News FacebookTwitter
As many as 46 Muslim clerics in Assam have issued a fatwa against a teenage girl singer asking her to refrain from performing in public or be ready to face consequences.

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