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Paranoid Terrorist Apologism Dominates ISNA Convention in Chicago

by John Rossomando  •  July 7, 2017  •  IPT News FacebookTwitter
The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) wants to be viewed as a mainstream Muslim organization, but its recent convention suggests it remains anything but moderate.

Study: European Muslims Perpetrate Disproportionate Number of Anti-Semitic Attacks

by IPT News  •  June 30, 2017 FacebookTwitter
A disproportionate number of perpetrators of anti-Semitic violence in Western Europe are "individuals of Muslim background," a rigorous new study shows.

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Dangerous Extremists Locked Up in Britain's First 'Jihadi Jail' to Stop Them Radicalising Other Inmates

July 6, 2017  •  The Telegraph FacebookTwitter
Dangerous Muslim extremists have been locked up in Britain's first "jihadi jail" to stop them brainwashing other inmates. Nearly a dozen terrorists have been jailed in a
"separation centre" at HMP Frankland in Durham
and isolated from other prisoners.

ISIS on the Web: Islamic State has 30,000-Strong 'Virtual Caliphate,' Warns EU Anti-Terror Chief

July 6, 2017  •  Newsweek FacebookTwitter
The Islamic State militant group (ISIS) is forging a "virtual caliphate" that will outlast the group's territorial hold in Iraq
and Syria, the European Union's anti-terror chief has warned.

Qatar-Backed Islamist and the Manchester Bomber's Father

July 6, 2017  •  The National FacebookTwitter
Ramadan Abedi, the father of the Manchester suicide bomber who killed 22 people including seven children, accompanied the Libyan Islamist commander Abdulhakim Belhaj to a meeting with the Taliban in Afghanistan in the mid-1990s, The National can reveal.

Linda Sarsour Calls for Muslims to Wage 'Jihad' Against Trump

July 6, 2017  •  Conservative Review FacebookTwitter
Linda Sarsour, a Hamas-tied and prominent Women's March leader, Islamic supremacist, and anti-Semite, has called for a "jihad" (Islamic holy war) against President Trump. Addressing the 54th Annual ISNA (Islamic Society of North America) Convention this past weekend, Sarsour
delivered a 22-minute screed attacking the Trump
administration and called on the Muslim community to unite
against the White House.

Widow of Slain Soldier to Seek Liberals' $10.5M Khadr Payout

July 5, 2017  •  The Toronto Sun FacebookTwitter
Lawyers acting for the widow of an American special forces soldier have filed an application in Canada seeking to enforce a massive U.S. damages award against former Guantanamo Bay detainee Omar Khadr

Modi Visits Child of Mumbai Terror Victims in Israel

July 5, 2017  • FacebookTwitter
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Wednesday afternoon with Moshe Holtzberg, whose parents were murdered in the 2008 terror attack on the Chabad House in Mumbai.

Three Held in France for Providing Weapons to Hyper Cacher Killer

July 5, 2017  •  Agence France-Presse FacebookTwitter
Three people are in custody on suspicion of supplying the firearms used by Islamist terrorist Amedy Coulibaly in his attack on the Hyper Cacher kosher supermarket in Paris in January 2015, sources told AFP on Wednesday.

New DNA From Argentina Jewish Center Bombing Points to Suicide Attack

July 5, 2017  •  Jewish Telegraphic Agency FacebookTwitter
A new set of DNA has been identified among the 85 victims of the AMIA Buenos Aires Jewish Center attack, strengthening the hypothesis that the 1994 attack was carried out by a suicide bomber. The discovery was announced on Monday by the AMIA Special Investigation Unit of the General Prosecution, two weeks before the
23rd anniversary of the bombing that also injured hundreds.

Trump Admin Authorizes Strikes on Iranian-Backed Forces

July 5, 2017  •  The Washington Free Beacon FacebookTwitter
U.S. forces have been instructed to take all measures needed to protect American interests in Syria, including military measures, as part of an effort that comes after top officials in the Trump administration assessed that Iran is deliberately probing American weaknesses and reactions on the Syrian battlefield, according to senior Trump administration officials who spoke to the Washington
Free Beacon.

Austrian Bishop Resigns from NGO Over Antisemitism at Palestinian Event

July 5, 2017  •  The Jerusalem Post FacebookTwitter
Bishop Manfred Scheuer resigned as president of the Catholic peace organization Pax Christi in Austria because of outbreaks of antisemitism within the NGO and at a Pax Christi event with the Palestinian ambassador.

Omar Khadr's Undeserved Jackpot

July 4, 2017  •  The Toronto Sun FacebookTwitter
The Trudeau government is reportedly set to settle a civil suit launched by Omar Khadr, and pay the young Canadian al-Qaida operative upwards of $10 million, as well as officially apologize to him for not treating him with kid gloves and intervention hugs.

RCMP lays terror charges against woman accused of wielding a knife at Canadian Tire

July 4, 2017  •  The Toronto Star FacebookTwitter
The Scarborough woman accused of swinging a golf club and a knife at Canadian Tire employees and customers, and who has also pledged allegiance to Daesh, had left to go to Syria to join the terrorist organization in April 2016, according to the RCMP.

2,000 Islamist Extremists in Sweden: Security Police

July 3, 2017  •  The Local es FacebookTwitter
Two thirds of some 3,000 violent extremists currently in Sweden are believed to have Islamist motives, the head of the country's security police S├Ąpo said on Monday.

Supervisors Seek Review of Prince William Co. Mosque Vote

July 3, 2017  •  WTOP FacebookTwitter
The controversy over whether to approve the request to build a new mosque in the protected "rural crescent" of Prince William County apparently isn't over.

Top Hamas Commander, Booted from Qatar, said Hiding with Hezbollah

July 3, 2017  •  Times of Israel FacebookTwitter
One of the most wanted Palestinian terrorists, believed by Israeli intelligence to have planned the kidnapping and murder of three Israeli teens in the West Bank in the summer of 2014, has moved to Lebanon after being expelled
last month from Qatar.

The Muslim Brotherhood Is the Root of the Qatar Crisis

July 2, 2017  •  The Atlantic FacebookTwitter
Saudi Arabia and the UAE particularly view Qatar's support for Muslim Brotherhood affiliates as lethally threatening to their own regimes, and therefore see Qatar's behavior as not merely objectionable, but utterly intolerable.

Ex-US Congressman: We Have Evidence of Qatar's Involvement with Terrorism

July 2, 2017  •  Asharq Al-Awsat FacebookTwitter
Former U.S. Republican Congressman Mike Rogers stressed that Washington must persuade Qatar to change its behavior and start negotiations to resolve the crisis with its Gulf neighbors.

UN Sends Envoy in Effort to Bridge Gap Between Hamas and PA Over Power Crisis

June 30, 2017  • FacebookTwitter
UN Envoy to the Middle East, Nickolay Mladenov, meets with Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh in attempt to get Hamas and Palestinian Authority to cooperate over electricity;
Mladenov proposes EU will pay the excise tax on diesel fuel entering Gaza Strip, if both sides agree to it.

Chemical Weapons Watchdog Determines Sarin Used in Syria Attack

June 30, 2017  •  The Washington Free Beacon FacebookTwitter
The nerve agent sarin was used in the April 4 chemical weapons attack against Syrian civilians that killed more than 90 people, including several children, an international chemical weapons watchdog confirmed on Friday, June 30.

Hamas and PFLP Are 'Not Terrorist Organizations,' Top Palestinian Official Claims at UN Anti-Israel Forum

June 29, 2017  •  The Algemeiner FacebookTwitter
A senior PLO official and former negotiator with Israel went before a UN forum on June 29 to emphatically deny that Hamas and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) were terror groups.

The UAE Red Crescent Secretary General Criticized Hamas to Provoke a Reaction From Israel

June 22, 2017  •  The Meir Amit Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center FacebookTwitter
The UAE Red Crescent secretary general criticized Hamas for launching rockets near a UAE field hospital during Operation Protective Edge to provoke a reaction from Israel that would "show Israel attacked humanitarian aid facilities."
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