Source: Loomered, By Angela Van Der Pluym, April 2, 2021 Latest Update: Noah Green, 25 year old black male from Indiana, was a follower of Louis Farrakhan. Farrakhan is the leader of a terrorist organization known as the Nation of Islam, and a black supremacist. Many with this extremist ideology have...
Source: Israel Hayom, By Damian Pachter , September 9, 2021 Speaking with Israel Hayom, Steve Emerson describes how he tried to warn the US government about the threat of Islamic terrorism in the runup to 9/11, only to be rebuffed. Steven Emerson is considered one of the most esteemed experts on...
Source: Counter Extremism Project, October 27, 2020 Last week, the U.S. Department of Justice announced that the United States has seized two websites affiliated with U.S.-designated Foreign Terrorist Organization Kata’ib Hezbollah (KH). The seized websites, Aletejahtv.com and kataibhezbollah.com, were illegally utilized by the terror group to recruit new members and promote their extremist propaganda. The...
Source: Gatestone Institute, By Con Coughlin, February 14, 2021 A recent United Nations Security Council report concluded that ISIS currently controls more than 10,000 fighters, organized in small cells in Syria and Iraq. To date most of the Biden administration's policy announcements have been aimed at reducing tensions with...
Source: Jihad Watch, By Clare Lopez, January 21, 2022 In the wake of the turbulence surrounding the 15 January 2022 Texas synagogue attack, it may be useful to take a step backward to review those events from a broader strategic perspective. John Guandolo at Understanding the Threat has done an excellent job...
Source: Jihad Watch, By Christine Douglass-Williams, January 21, 2022 Jihad Watch covered the fact that Malik Faisal Akram, the jihadi who was shot dead after taking four people hostage at a Texas synagogue, was investigated by MI5 to assess his level of security threat. Investigators at MI5 concluded that he posed no...
Source: Todd Starnes, March 9, 2022 A Guantanamo Bay detainee accused of trying to join the 9/11 hijackers was sent to Saudi Arabia for “treatment for mental illness,” the Pentagon announced Monday. Mohammad Mani Ahmad al-Qahtani has been held in the Cuba-based prison since 2002. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin informed Congress last...