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Schools, Prisons and Think Tanks - The Terror Ties that Bind

June 30, 2017

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IPT Exclusive: Updated Suit Against San Diego Schools Highlights CAIR's Radical Ties

by John Rossomando  •  June 28, 2017  •  IPT News FacebookTwitter
Lawyers for parents suing the San Diego Unified School District (SCUSD) over the implementation of its Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR)-backed anti-
Islamophobia program have updated the complaint
they filed in federal court last month. 

Fox in the Hen House: Allowing Terrorists to Re-enter Prisons

by Patrick Dunleavy  •  June 28, 2017  •  Special to IPT News FacebookTwitter
Experts have spoken on the lack of a bona fide strategy that will address the unique security issues presented when a terrorist is released. The need for post release specialized supervision programs is clear.

Hizballah-linked Paraguayan is Charged in Miami in a Drug Conspiracy

by IPT News  •  June 27, 2017 FacebookTwitter
A Paraguayan man with ties to Hizballah pleaded not guilty in Miami federal court on Monday, after being charged with conspiring to distribute massive amounts of cocaine to the United States, the Miami Herald reports.

Terror-Tied Qatari Think Tank's Anti-Israel, Pro-BDS Stance

June 26, 2017  •  IPT News FacebookTwitter
Earlier this month, major Arab countries led by Saudi Arabia severed diplomatic ties with Qatar, accusing it of financing and sheltering terrorists and maintaining cordial relations with Iran. Doha's pro-terror policies have not only made the Middle East more unstable, but also directly threaten Israel's security.

DHS Denies Grant to Islamic Radicalization Enabler MPAC

by John Rossomando  •  June 23, 2017  •  IPT News FacebookTwitter
The Department of Homeland Security has ruled that the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) will not receive the $393,800 Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) grant approved by Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson
on Jan. 13, days before Johnson left office.

A Tale of Two Terror Attacks and The New York Times

by Noah Beck  •  June 23, 2017  •  Special to IPT News FacebookTwitter
Last month's suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester wasn't the first time an Islamist terrorist targeted young people out for a night of fun. In 2001, a Hamas-affiliated terrorist blew himself up outside the
Dolphinarium, a Tel Aviv nightclub, killing 21 Israelis,
including 16 teenagers.

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Also in the News

Has a Civil Rights Stalwart Lost Its Way

July 1, 2017  •  Politico FacebookTwitter
As [the Southern Poverty Law Center] navigates the era of Trump, there are new questions arising around a charge that has dogged the group for years: that the SPLC is overplaying its hand, becoming more of a partisan progressive hit operation than a civil rights watchdog.

U.S. Can Seize Iran-Owned NYC Tower After Jury Sanction Ruling

June 29, 2017  •  Bloomberg FacebookTwitter
Federal prosecutors won a major victory in their nine-year effort to seize a midtown Manhattan office tower owned by an Iranian charity. A Manhattan jury on Thursday found that the charity, the Alavi Foundation, was controlled by the Iranian government.

ISIS Fighters Returning to Europe are Struggling to Get Jobs

June 28, 2017  •  New York Post FacebookTwitter
Members of ISIS are fleeing the Middle East and quietly returning to Europe in an attempt to rejoin society, but there's one problem: None of them can find jobs.

How Trita Parsi and NIAC Used the White House to Advance Iran's Agenda

June 28, 2017  •  Tablet FacebookTwitter
The main service that Trita Parsi and the National Iranian American Council (NIAC) provided to Tehran was not in repackaging the Supreme Leader's tweets for American domestic consumption but in engaging in the hard
organizational work of coalition-building in the U.S. around
the regime's foreign policy goals.

New Georgetown Dean is an Avowed Supporter of Hezbollah

June 28, 2017  •  Conservative Review FacebookTwitter
On September 1, Ahmad S. Dallal will become the dean of Georgetown University in Qatar, a school that is funded with support from its host country. Dallal previously served as the chair of Georgetown's Islamic Studies department at its Washington, D.C. campus, which is a known cesspool of jihadi sympathizers.

Kuwait Bans Religious Figures on GCC Terror List

June 27, 2017  •  Gulf News FacebookTwitter
Kuwait's interior ministry is planning to set up a special process for granting visas to religious figures, both Sunnis and Shiites, to make sure that people with suspicious records are not allowed to enter the country and thus avoid running into any kind of problem, the source said.

Why Hamas was not on the Saudi List of Demands for Qatar

June 27, 2017  •  Middle East Eye FacebookTwitter
There was one notable omission from the list of 13 demands that Saudi gave Qatar 10 days to fulfill... Both the Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir and US Ambassador Nikki Haley have called on the UN Security Council to list it as a terrorist organisation. And yet Hamas appears to have dropped off the list presented to Qatar on Friday.

Milwaukee: Muslima Contradicts Hamas-Linked CAIR's Claim She was Victim of "Islamophobic Hate Crime"

June 27, 2017  •  Jihad Watch FacebookTwitter
For years, Islamic advocacy groups such as the Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) have wildly exaggerated the incidence of anti-Muslim hate crime, often misrepresenting crimes committed by Muslims themselves as anti-Muslim hate crimes, in order to portray Muslims in the U.S. as victims of widespread persecution.

'I Meant to Harm Those People': Toronto Woman Who Pledged Allegiance to ISIS Appears in Court

June 26, 2017  •  Global News Canada FacebookTwitter
A 32-year-old woman charged with uttering death threats while allegedly armed with a knife at a Toronto store before pledging allegiance to the Islamic State group earlier this
month told a courtroom Monday that she would attempt
to do it "again and again" if released.

Government Websites Hacked with Pro-Islamic State Rant

June 25, 2017  • and Associated Press FacebookTwitter
Government websites, many of them in Ohio, were hacked Sunday with a message that purports to be supportive of the Islamic State terrorist group.

Exclusive: More Than 40 Convicted Terrorists have Used Human Rights Laws to Remain in UK

June 24, 2017  •  The Telegraph FacebookTwitter
More than 40 foreign terrorists have used human rights laws to remain in the UK, according to an unpublished report delayed by the Home Office. The study highlights the near
insurmountable problem for the Government in deporting
dangerous jihadists and follows a series of Islamic
State-inspired attacks in the UK.

Maajid Nawaz: I'm Suing the SPLC for Defamation for Putting Me on Anti-Muslim Extremist List

June 23, 2017  •  Breitbart FacebookTwitter
On Friday's broadcast of HBO's "Real Time," author, columnist, and former Islamic extremist Maajid Nawaz announced a defamation lawsuit against the Southern
Poverty Lawsuit Center for listing him as an
anti-Muslim extremist.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Asra Nomani Accuse Dem Senators of Ignoring Them in Hearing

June 23, 2017  •  Fox News FacebookTwitter
Women's rights activists Ayaan Hirsi Ali and Asra Nomani have accused four female Democratic senators of ignoring them during a committee hearing last week, complaining the lawmakers did not ask them a single question.

The Ex-Journalist Who Says Al-Jazeera Aids Terrorists

June 23, 2017  •  Bloomberg News FacebookTwitter
A lawsuit based on prison interviews in Egypt claims that the network has become a "mouthpiece for Qatari intelligence."

Iranians Chant 'Death to Israel', Burn Islamic State's Flag at Rallies: TV

June 23, 2017  •  Reuters FacebookTwitter
Hundreds of thousands of Iranians chanted "Death to Israel" in nationwide rallies on Friday at which they also burned flag of the Islamic State militant group which claimed responsibility for attacks in Tehran this month, state TV reported.

John Walker Lindh, Detainee #001 in the Global War On Terror, Will Go Free In Two Years. What Then?

June 23, 2017  •  Foreign Policy FacebookTwitter
Now 36 years old, John Walker Lindh is set to be released in less than two years. And he'll leave prison with Irish citizenship and a stubborn refusal to renounce violent ideology, according to the U.S. government.

Massive Iranian Funding for Anti-Israel Terror Groups Revealed

June 23, 2017  •  The Jerusalem Post FacebookTwitter
Iran's massive funding of terrorist groups that endanger Israel was exposed in shocking detail by IDF Military Intelligence chief Maj.- Gen. Hertzi Halevi on Wednesday.
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