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CAIR Loses San Diego Schools Partnership

by John Rossomando  •  July 26, 2017  •  IPT News FacebookTwitter
SAN DIEGO – The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) tried to have it both ways – claiming to be a civil rights organization when it suits its purposes, but admitting at other times that its mission is religious.

Lessons from Europe's Immigrant Wave: Douglas Murray Cautions America

by Abigail R. Esman  •  July 24, 2017  •  Special to IPT News FacebookTwitter
Douglas Murray has long voiced his concern about the growing influence of Muslim culture on the West. In his latest book, The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam (Bloomsbury, 2017), he attacks all of these subjects as they relate to the current crisis of migration from the Middle East.

Iran's Lebanese Missile Factories in "New and Very Dangerous Phase"

by Yaakov Lappin  •  July 18, 2017  •  Special to IPT News FacebookTwitter
Recently-built Iranian missile factories in Lebanon can produce powerful weapons for Hizballah and are part of a wider trend that could set the region on fire, a senior former Israeli defense source has told the Investigative Project on Terrorism (IPT).

Converts and Jihad

by Abigail R. Esman  •  July 17, 2017  •  Special to IPT News FacebookTwitter
Muslim converts have long been especially valued by recruiters for Islamist terror groups. "Their ability to operate freely in Europe, Asia, and North America without arousing the suspicion of security authorities," a 2006 study said, making them especially useful in executing plots. In addition, the study claims, "They are among the most aggressive of Islamist activists."

The Real Jihadist Threat No One Is Watching

by Abigail R. Esman  •  July 17, 2017  •  Special to IPT News FacebookTwitter
Most people can tell you who the potential jihadists are, especially the ones in Europe and the USA. You can point them out in a group: they are immigrants, or more often, the children of immigrants, who came from the Middle East or North Africa. They often converse among one another in Arabic. Many want to join the Islamic State and other terror groups in Syria, or have gone and since returned. 

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Muslim gang rampaged through Liverpool attacking strangers because they were white "non-Muslims"

July 27, 2017  •  Liverpool Echo FacebookTwitter
A gang of Muslim men rampaged through Liverpool city centre attacking strangers because they were white "non-Muslims". One witness feared Amin Mohmed, Mohammed Patel and Faruq Patel were ISIS terrorists.

A Psychiatrist Talks About PA Children's Indoctrination

July 26, 2017  •  Arutz Sheva FacebookTwitter
In both the Palestinian Authority and the Hamas-ruled territory of Gaza there are carefully planned, widespread campaigns of incitement of children. Due to this indoctrination children start even viewing positively their involvement in terrorist actions in which they risk their lives. This process of incitement should be better documented.

ISIS Created Suicide Brigade Consisting of 173 European Followers: Interpol

July 24, 2017  •  Homeland Security News Wire FacebookTwitter
Interpol, in a 27 May circular to European intelligence and law enforcement agencies, has listed of 173 ISIS militants the international police agency says could have been trained to launch mass-casualty suicide attacks in Europe.
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