Category Archives: AL QAEDA

Minneapolis Muslims Pine for Sharia Law, Condemn Freedom of Speech


by Walter Hudson, PJ Media

Not long ago, six men from a Muslim Somali community in Minneapolis were arrested for attempting to leave the country and join ISIS as terror fighters. Continue reading

Beyond the Drone Debate: Should US Military and CIA Be Judge, Jury and Executioner?


by Adam Hudson,  Trouthout

In late April, it was revealed that during a January drone strike in Pakistan, the United States accidentally killed two Western hostages held by al-Qaeda. Continue reading

Exclusive: Detainee alleges CIA sexual abuse, torture beyond Senate findings


by David Rohde, Reuters

The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency used a wider array of sexual abuse and other forms of torture than was disclosed in a Senate report last year, according to a Guantanamo Bay detainee turned government cooperating witness. Continue reading

Far from facing the truth, the US is telling new lies about Iraq


by Gary Younge,  The Guardian

A couple of weeks ago, the Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush was asked in an interview with Fox News whether, knowing what he knows now, he would have invaded Iraq. It’s the kind of predictable question for which most people assumed he would have a coherent answer. They were wrong. Continue reading

Why I love ‘hate speech’


by Mallory Millett,  American Thinker

I love Pamela Geller.  I have known and loved her for years.  She is a great American!  Continue reading

British Bomber Jailed for Life for Murder of U.S. Sergeant in Iraq


by Beitbart News

A London taxi driver, convicted of making bombs which were used against U.S. forces in Iraq, one of which killed a U.S. sergeant, was jailed for life on Friday and told he would spend at least 38 years behind bars. Continue reading

Pamela Geller and the hijacking of America


by Larissa Scott, American Thinker

On the morning of September 11, 2001, I couldn’t help thinking, I could have been a passenger on one of those planes that crashed into the World Trade Center. Continue reading

The Real Story of Benghazi


by Michael Morell,  Politico

On September 11, 2012, I was in Amman, Jordan, part of my routine international visits as deputy director of the CIA. Continue reading

Jihad Watch: The most attacked site on the Internet


by Robert Spencer, Jihad Watch

Daniel Cid, the Chief Technical Officer of the web security firm Sucuri, has informed me that of the thousands of websites his company protects, including sites much bigger than this one, Jihad Watch is by far the most frequently attacked: Continue reading

“Stay Quiet and You’ll Be Okay”


by Mark Steyn,  SteynOnline

As we mentioned a week ago, I’m none too well at the moment, and it so happens my preferred position in which to write causes me severe pain – which is presumably some kind of not so subtle literary criticism from the Almighty. Continue reading