Thursday, August 10, 2017

Islamists Entitled to Group Therapy in the West, Broadcast Blacklisting in the Middle East

August 10, 2017

Featured Stories

UK's Flawed Solution to Prison Radicalization – Terrorist Group Therapy

by Patrick Dunleavy  •  August 7, 2017  •  IPT News FacebookTwitter
While the most positive news in the war on Islamic terrorism has come from military successes against ISIS in Mosul and Syria, the overlooked recent failures by authorities to effectively deal with home grown Islamists is a cause for growing concern.

Al Jazeera: The Terrorist Propaganda Network

by John Rossomando  •  August 4, 2017  •  IPT News FacebookTwitter
Al Jazeera's support for terrorism goes far beyond on-air cheerleading. Many of its employees have actively supported al-Qaida, Hamas and other terrorist groups. Concerns over the network's consistent pro-terrorist
positions prompted several Gulf States to demand that
Qatar shut it down in June.

Muslim Brotherhood Leader Reaffirms "Islamic Caliphate" Ambition

by IPT News  •  August 3, 2017 FacebookTwitter
In an effort to invigorate the Muslim Brotherhood, one of the group's leaders, Magdy Shalash, reminded supporters that the organization's main objective is establishing an "Islamic Caliphate" based on "Sharia" law.

Featured Videos

Somalis with Criminal Records Coming to Canada from U.S., Intelligence Report Warns

Jewish Artist Takes on Twitter for Enabling Anti-Semitism

Also in the News

Gloating Over Mass Murder, Hamas Style

August 10, 2017  •  Palestinian Media Watch FacebookTwitter
August 9 was the 16th anniversary of the horrific suicide bombing at the Sbarro pizza shop in Jerusalem in which 15 Israelis, among them 7 children, were murdered and 130 were wounded.... Hamas gloated over the murders yesterday in a post on the website of Hamas' TV channel.

Saudi Arabia to Host 1,000 Family Members of Palestinian 'Martyrs'

August 9, 2017  •  The Algemeiner FacebookTwitter
For the ninth consecutive year, Saudi Arabia has announced that it will host a thousand family members of Palestinian "martyrs" for Hajj. King Salman bin Abdulaziz
Al Saud ordered the hosting on Monday.

Referrals to UK Counter-Terrorism Scheme Double After Recent Attacks: Police

August 9, 2017  •  Reuters FacebookTwitter
Referrals by members of the public to the British government's counter-terrorism scheme have doubled since militants launched deadly attacks earlier this year in London and Manchester, a senior police official said on Wednesday.

Click here to read the full story

Paris Attack: Man Shot in Hunt for BMW Driver Who Mowed Down Six French Soldiers

August 9, 2017  •  The Telegraph FacebookTwitter
French police shot and arrested a suspect in the ramming of six soldiers near Paris on Wednesday after a dramatic car chase. Le Parisien newspaper named the driver in the suspected terror incident as Hamou B, a 37-year-old from Sartrouville in the north western suburbs of Paris.

Italian Military Attacked by Muslim Invaders in Naples

August 9, 2017  •  Arutz Sheva - Israel National News FacebookTwitter
A video shot from a balcony in the Vasco neighborhood in Naples, near the central station, has been published on a Facebook page showing a group of sub-Saharan men attacking soldiers in Naples, prompting the mayor of Naples
to react, reports RT en Francais.

'Abu Adam' Uses Chilling Video to Urge Terror Attacks Against Australia, Philippines

August 8, 2017  •  The Sydney Morning Herald FacebookTwitter
The Islamic State has begun urging Australians to join the group's fight in the Philippines as an alternative to travelling to Syria, in a long-feared shift that would swell foreign fighter ranks on Australia's own doorstep. 

In Light of Terrorism, Support For Israel in Iraq Rises

August 8, 2017  • FacebookTwitter
Against the backdrop of the events on the Temple Mount and the recent terrorist attacks, the Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem was very surprised to see a dramatic increase in the number of Israel sympathizers in Iraq. 

Flint Terrorist Attack Suspect Called Himself 'Soldier of Allah'

August 8, 2017  • FacebookTwitter
Newly obtained federal court documents show the Canadian man accused of stabbing an airport officer came to Flint with the sole purpose of "killing armed U.S. government employees" in the name of Allah.

Al-Qaida Leader Claims German 9/11 Suspect Has Died

August 8, 2017  •  Voice of America News FacebookTwitter
A German man believed to have provided logistical support to the Hamburg-based September 11, 2001, hijackers has died, according to a newly-released audio message from the leader of al-Qaida.

I Defended the Women's March Organisers. I Was Wrong

August 8, 2017  •  Conatus News FacebookTwitter
Protesting Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is sensitive, but women's rights activism demands the courage to do such things. It seems the Women's March are either afraid or don't care.

Fresh Trump Efforts Against Muslim Brotherhood Gets Key Backing From Arab Allies

August 8, 2017  • FacebookTwitter
Arab allies of the U.S. are expressing support if the Trump administration declares the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization, according to statements from foreign officials and a senior administration official who spoke to Fox News.

Amid New U.S Sanctions, How Much of Iran's Nuclear Deal Relief Funds Terrorism?

August 8, 2017  •  Jewish News Service FacebookTwitter
While Iran and its terror proxy Hezbollah continue to back President Bashar al-Assad's regime in the Syrian Civil War, Russia's military support for Assad is far more important for Iran than the limited economic benefits the Iranians have gained from sanctions relief and trade deals since the
nuclear agreement, said Meir Javedanfar, a lecturer on Iranian
politics at Israel's IDC Herzliya research college.

Al Qaeda is Thriving in Syria's Chaos

August 8, 2017  •  Vice FacebookTwitter
In the shadow of ISIS' barbaric rise in Syria and Iraq, another familiar terror group is experiencing a quiet renaissance: al Qaeda.... Al Qaeda, through its local affiliate, the militant alliance Hayat Tahrir al Sham (HTS, also known as Organization for the Liberation of the Levant), recently cemented its dominance in the northwest province of Idlib by seizing territory from rival rebel group
Ahrar al Sham.

Israeli, German Lawmakers Call to Ban Hezbollah

August 7, 2017  •  The Jerusalem Post FacebookTwitter
Terrorist groups must not be allowed to hold events in Germany, members of the Knesset and the Bundestag wrote to German Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière in a letter, a copy of which was obtained by The Jerusalem Post. 

Democrats Who Want to Be President Back Away from Israel

August 7, 2017  •  National Review FacebookTwitter
The shift to the left by Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York demonstrates the power of a party base that is abandoning the Jewish state.

U.S. Envoys Arrive in Kuwait for Qatar Crisis Shuttle Diplomacy Tour

August 7, 2017  •  The National FacebookTwitter
The United States' envoys in the Qatar crisis, retired general Anthony Zinni and deputy assistant secretary of state for Arabian Gulf affairs Timothy Lenderking, arrived in Kuwait on Monday evening to begin a shuttle diplomacy tour as part
of efforts to break the stalemate in the dispute.

Rights Group Condemns Israeli Move to Shutter Al Jazeera

August 7, 2017  •  Times of Israel FacebookTwitter
Israel's decision to close the offices of broadcaster Al Jazeera in the Jewish state is "a brazen attack on media freedom," Amnesty International said Monday.

Click here to read the full story

Mohammad Dahlan's Plan to Take Over Gaza—and Ramallah

August 7, 2017  • FacebookTwitter
Ten years after leaving Gaza, the former head of the Palestinian Preventive Security Force may return to the strip a leader, as part of a move being devised by Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain, the U.S. and Israel. The plan, an Israeli expert says, is Dahlan's dress rehearsal,
as he strives to conquer the Muqata'a and take Abbas's seat.

Kuwait Arrests Suspects Over Hezbollah Intelligence Links

August 7, 2017  •  Gulf News FacebookTwitter
Kuwait has arrested two new suspects on charges of intelligence links with Lebanese pro-Iran militia Hezbollah with the intent to carry out antagonistic acts in the northern Arabian Gulf country.The arrests were part of a massive operation launched by the Kuwaiti authorities to re-arrest members of Al Abdali terror cell who were sentenced to prison terms in June, but have disappeared.

Study: Islam, Not Climate Change or Poverty, Inspires Terror

August 7, 2017  • FacebookTwitter
Liberal and globalist influencers in the West have attempted to attribute the spread of violent, radical Islam to everything from poverty to global warming, but a new study by an Islamic expert from the University of Vienna belies these persistent claims that Islamic terrorism is spurred primarily by
factors outside the religion.

Would-Be Suicide Bomber Sheds Light on Suspected Pakistani Militant Web

August 6, 2017  •  Reuters FacebookTwitter
The confession of a Pakistani teenager who was captured moments before carrying out a suicide attack has given police a rare glimpse into a militant network they say is behind the recent surge in sectarian violence.

Feds Say Minnesota Mosque Explosion Caused by IED

August 5, 2017  •  Facebook Twitter
An explosion on Saturday morning at a mosque in a Minneapolis suburb shattered windows in the imam's office but did not injure anyone, officials said. The blast rang out at the Dar Al-Farooq Islamic Center in Bloomington around 5 a.m. CDT, when over a dozen people were gathering inside for morning prayers.

Dallas Police Sergeant Files Suit Against Social Media Companies Over Terrorist Group Usage

August 4, 2017  •  SE Texas Record FacebookTwitter
Dallas Police Sgt. Demetrick Pennie has filed a lawsuit against several social media sites including Twitter, Facebook and Google. 

How Terrorists Use Foreign Aid to Fund Terror

August 1, 2017  •  Washington Times FacebookTwitter
It matters to the United States not just because innocent Americans and Israelis are being murdered, but also because in the last 25 years the United States has sent more than $5 billion in foreign aid to the Palestinians. This aid is meant to foster stability and promote peace in the
region. Yet the Palestinian Authority is using our aid for the
exact opposite purpose.
The IPT accepts no funding from outside the United States, or from any governmental agency or political or religious institutions. Your support of The Investigative Project on Terrorism is critical in winning a battle we cannot afford to lose. All donations are tax-deductible. Click here to donate online. The Investigative Project on Terrorism Foundation is a recognized 501(c)3 organization.  

202-363-8602 - main
202-966-5191 - fax

No comments:

Post a Comment