Written by Ben West and Fred Burton
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder announced Nov. 13 that the U.S. Justice Department had decided to try five suspected terrorists currently being held at Guantanamo Bay in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, located in lower Manhattan. The five suspects - ...
Written by Marshall Frank - MarshallFrank.com
Either this Attorney General is stupid, naive, hasty, a poor gambler or he's working for the other side.
It is beyond outrageous.
I could understand it, if there was no choice. But there isa choice, a much better choice, a saner choice, a choice that would not risk acquittals, a cost savings choice ...
Written by Jamie Glazov
Frontpage Interview's guest today is Representative Sue Myrick (R, NC-9), who is leading the charge nationally on issues related to terrorism. The founder of the Congressional Anti-Terrorism Caucus, she has recently called for an investigation of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR).
Written by IPT News
When an American-born radical Islamist cleric chose to praise last week's Fort Hood shooting spree by Army psychiatrist Nidal Malik Hasan, part of the rationale was that no Muslim could faithfully serve the U.S. armed forces.
Written by Daniel Pipes
When a Muslim in the West for no apparent reason violently attacks non-Muslims, a predictable argument ensues about motives.
The establishment - law enforcement, politicians, the media, and the academy - stands on one side of this debate, insisting that some kind of oppression ...
Written by JudicialWatch.org
Five Muslim illegal immigrants detained in New York after Middle Eastern terrorists attacked the area on September 11 have won $1.26 million from the U.S. government to settle a lawsuit accusing federal authorities of violating their rights.
Written by Janice Kephart
Center for Immigration Studies
The case of 19-year-old Jordanian would-be terrorist Hosam Smadi points to the value of a viable, robust exit-tracking program that would verify that a foreign national has departed the United States. This was the message of a ...
Written by NEFA
The NEFA Foundation has released the 22nd report in the "Target: America" series, a PowerPoint presentation on the accused jihadist network operating in Raleigh, North Carolina and an alleged plot, involving members of that cell, to attack the U.S. Marine Corps base in Quantico, Virginia.
In July ...
Written by Ryan Mauro
A battle in the war against radical Islam in Detroit was briefly waged on October 28 when the FBI engaged in a deadly shootoutwith an extremist imam refusing to be arrested. The imam was a leader in "Ummah," meaning "the brotherhood," a group said to consist of mostly African-Americans, many of ...