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May 26, 2017

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Religious Liberty Group Suing San Diego Schools Over CAIR-backed 'Islamophobia' Program

by John Rossomando  •  May 25, 2017  •  IPT News FacebookTwitter
A new anti-bullying program approved by the San Diego school district is unconstitutional because it is solely about Muslim students, establishing them "as a privileged group within the school community," a lawsuit filed in federal court Tuesday says.

CAIR Ups the Ante on its Shameful Smear Campaign

May 23, 2017  •  IPT News FacebookTwitter
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) issued a news release last week touting an Air Force decision to review courses on prison radicalization taught by Patrick Dunleavy, an Investigative Project on Terrorism (IPT) fellow.

When Political Correctness Places Girls in Harm's Way

by Abigail R. Esman  •  May 23, 2017  •  Special to IPT News FacebookTwitter
Jada was looking forward to high school in her New Jersey hometown when her father, a recent convert to Islam, decided they should move to Saudi Arabia. Jada's mother had passed away suddenly a few years earlier. It was just the two of them now, and so Jada went with him alone.

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Manchester Bombing Suspect Salman Abedi Reportedly Linked to Former Ottawa Extremist Imam

May 25, 2017  •  National Post FacebookTwitter
The bomber who attacked a Manchester pop concert has been linked to an extremist imam from Ottawa whom Canadian intelligence officials had warned was "promoting violent jihad" in Libya.

The Suburbs of Hate: At Least 16 Jihadis Come From a Few Square Miles in South Manchester

May 25, 2017  • FacebookTwitter
A network of extremists including ISIS fighters, top recruiters and teenage jihadi brides has emerged from just a few square miles in Manchester in recent years, it has emerged. Suburbs across the south of the city, including Moss Side and Fallowfield, have produced up to 16 jihadis who have either fled to Syria or Iraq, been killed fighting for their warped ideology or are now in jail.

Report: ISIS Lured U.S. to Bomb Civilians in Afghanistan

May 25, 2017  •  Israel National News FacebookTwitter
More than 100 civilians were killed after ISIS terrorists trapped them in a building, then placed gunmen on the roof to lure US bombers to destroy the building – and unknowingly kill the innocents locked in the basement.

First He Became an American—Then He Joined ISIS

May 25, 2017  •  The Atlantic FacebookTwitter
When the FBI discovered a network of Bosnian-Americans giving support to terrorists, they also discovered Abdullah Ramo Pazara, a U.S. citizen and a battalion commander in Syria.

Why CAIR Leader Hassan Shibly Fears a Terrorist Designation for the Muslim Brotherhood

May 25, 2017  •  FrontPage Mag FacebookTwitter
Hassan Shibly likes to pawn himself and his group off as "moderate," but there is nothing moderate about either Shibly or his group's behavior and rhetoric.

Manchester Attack: Fears Over 'Second Bomb' After Police Find Huge Chemical Explosive Cache in Salman Abedi Raid

May 25, 2017  •  The Telegraph FacebookTwitter
The Manchester suicide bomber may have built a second device which is now in the hands of fellow jihadists, police fear. Officers who raided the home of Salman Abedi
discovered a working bomb factory with a huge stash
of explosive chemicals and other components.

Was a Muslim Brotherhood mosque a gateway to Manchester terror?

May 24, 2017  •  Conservative Review FacebookTwitter
The Islamic institution long attended by Manchester terrorist Salman Abedi appears to have deep connections to the global Muslim Brotherhood, which has been designated as a terrorist organization in several countries, but not
the United States.

Orlando Death During Boston Bombing Probe Prompts New Lawsuit

May 24, 2017  •  Orlando Sentinel FacebookTwitter
The parents of Ibragim Todashev filed a new wrongful death lawsuit in Orlando against the U.S. government, two FBI agents and two Massachusetts state troopers, over the 2013 death of their son in his Orlando apartment.

Dartmouth Student Who Confronted Sarsour About Her 'Take Their Vaginas Away' Tweet Laments Administrative, Student Support for Controversial Anti-Israel Activist

May 24, 2017  •  The Algemeiner FacebookTwitter
The Dartmouth College student who recently confronted vociferous anti-Israel activist Linda Sarsour about a sexist tweet of hers told The Algemeineron Tuesday he was concerned about the support Sarsour has received from the school's administration and his peers.

The Rockefeller Brothers Fund and BDS

May 24, 2017  •  Tablet FacebookTwitter
Since 2013, at least $880,000 in RBF funding has gone to groups working to advance a boycott of the world's only Jewish state.

Muslim Reform Leader Asra Nomani: Donald Trump's Overseas Trip Has Been Genius So Far

May 23, 2017  •  Breitbart FacebookTwitter
In Nomani's estimation, President Trump's trip to the Middle East has been "genius."... . [Trump] even uttered the words 'Israel' and 'Netanyahu' in Saudi Arabia without somebody throwing off their shoe and flying it across the chandelier room to smack him in the face. It's unbelievable,"
she observed, humorously citing the Arab custom of
throwing shoes to express severe disapproval.

Two 'dangerously radicalized' men with links to ISIS arrested in Madrid

May 23, 2017  •  The Local es FacebookTwitter
Police in Madrid have arrested two men suspected of belonging to a jihadist cell with links to Islamic State. The two men, aged 43 and 22, are alleged to have strong links to a cell that recruited, radicalized and trained would-be terrorists for suicide attacks, were arrested on Monday
evening just hours before the Manchester Arena attack
which has so far claimed 22 lives and left
more than 50 injured.
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