Source: Center for Security Policy, January 10, 2020 The January 3 drone hit on Iran’s Qods Force commander also took out other terrorist chiefs. The Voice of America asked the Center for Security Policy’s Clare Lopez for insights immediately after the Iranian-backed attack that killed a US civilian contractor...
Source: American Thinker, By Raymond Ibrahim , January 17, 2020 In his recent defense of the Islamic doctrine of taqiyya (dismantled here), Usama Hasan of the UK think tank Quilliam made the following admission: It is true that hardened islamist terrorists, such as the Al-Qaeda & ISIS supporter Usman Khan who murdered two people at...
Source: Crisis Magazine, By JEFFREY CIMMINO, January 10, 2020 The Trump administration’s decision to kill Iranian general Qasem Soleimani eliminated a longtime opponent of American interests in the Middle East, but also raised questions about how the strike integrates with the United States’ support for religious minorities in the volatile region. President...
Source: Debka File, January 13, 2020 After recovering from the fallout of the Ukrainian jet disaster, Tehran will revert to its plan of assault on US bases across the Middle East, starting in Iraq. That was one of the deductions made by DEBKAfile’s military and intelligence sources from...
Source:  Front Page Mag, January 9, 2020 The huge opportunity the elimination of the Iranian Quds Force Commander has created. Political commentator, journalist and author Caroline Glick joins Eve Harow to explain – with her trademark directness – the huge importance and ramifications of the U.S. killing of arch-terrorist...
Source: Law Enforcement Today, by Leah Anaya | Jan 7, 2020  Following Iran’s threats against President Trump and America, many major US cities as well as tourist locations are amping up security measures. Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia is among those locations.  Currently, any visitor over the age of 18 must show...
Source: Law Enforcement Today, by Anthony Sabio , January 4, 2020 IRAN TENSIONS COME TO A BOILING POINT: IS MAIN STREET READY? In the wake of growing tensions in the Middle East, the United States has made a deliberate strike against the most prolific state sponsor of terrorism. The killing of...

Déjà Vu in Pensacola

Source: Turning Point Project, BY WILLIAM KILPATRICK | DEC 13, 2019 Do you get the feeling that you’ve seen this movie before? On Friday, December 6, Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, a member of the Saudi military, killed three and wounded seven others at the Pensacola Naval Air Station. The New York Times immediately reported that his...
Source: American Thinker, By Raymond Ibrahim, December 7, 2019 It’s official: Islamic jihad and generic criminality are intimately connected.   According to an earlier UK study: The lines between terrorism and criminality are becoming blurred as an increasing number of former criminals join the Islamic State… Nearly 60 percent of European jihadists studied...
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Source: FoxNews, By Bradford Betz, December 8, 2019 Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Sunday urged stronger security “precautions” for foreign nationals training on U.S. military bases after a Saudi gunman shot and killed three people at the Pensacola naval base Friday, in an attack believed to be an act of terror. DeSantis delivered...