Source: The Investigative Project on Terrorism, By Patrick Dunleavy, June 17, 2020 What began as a sincere cry for justice in the tragic killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has evolved into a critical examination of policing in the United States. Some are calling...
Source: Middle East Forum, by A.J. Caschetta, JNS, June 7, 2020 Watching as a variety of actors, known and unknown, attempt to tear the United States apart at the seams has me thinking about the intifada, the Palestinian "uprising" against or "shaking off" of Israel. The "protests" (riots?)...
Source: Unconstrained Analytics, By Stephen Coughlin, May 30, 2020 ANTESCRIPT: As this assessment was about to be released, an African-American man died at the hands of Minneapolis police. The police officer’s action should be investigated, there should be trial, and justice should take its course. That said, the police killing...
A 23-year-old Tampa man is accused of planning to carry out an ISIS terrorist attack in Tampa Bay. Targets included Honeymoon Island. Source: Patch - Florida, By D'Ann Lawrence White, Patch Staff , May 28, 2020 TAMPA, FL — A 23-year-old Tampa man is accused of planning to carry out...
Source: Combating Terrorism Center, By COLIN CLARKE, MARCH 2020, VOLUME 13, ISSUE 3 Abstract: On December 6, 2019, Saudi Air Force Second Lieutenant Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani killed three U.S. Navy sailors and injured another eight individuals at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida. In early February 2020, al-Qa`ida in...
Source: Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), By Todd Bensman on May 22, 2020 The Syria-born attacker killed Thursday morning during an apparent jihad-inspired attack on a Texas naval air station was neither a resettled refugee nor an asylum-seeker who slipped through security vetting. Instead, CIS has learned that he fell under an immigration...
Source:  STARS AND STRIPES, By CAITLIN M. KENNEY | May 22, 2020 WASHINGTON — The Pentagon is looking at additional measures to prevent “foreign-inspired terrorists” from accessing military installations, Defense Secretary Mark Esper said a day after a gunman shot a sailor as he attempted to speed past a...
Source: USNI News, By: Sam LaGrone, May 22, 2020 8:51 AM A man who died in a gun battle attempting to storm a Texas naval air station was originally from Syria and had social media accounts expressing support for groups like Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), according...
Source: Navy Times, By Howard Altman and Geoff Ziezulewicz, May 21, 2020 A gunman’s attack on Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Texas, Thursday morning that injured one sailor is being treated as an act of terrorism, FBI officials said Thursday afternoon. The agency is declining to identify the gunmen, who was...
Source: Arizona Independent News, By Huey Freeman, May 10, 2020 A political science professor with 24 years of teaching experience at Scottsdale Community College has received numerous online death threats addressed to himself and his family, after a student complained about the contents of a test addressing the...