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Al Qaeda Threat to U.S. Not Diminished, Data Indicates

Al Qaeda Threat to U.S. Not Diminished, Data Indicates

Conventional wisdom holds that the threat to America posed by al Qaeda and its affiliates is greatly diminished compared to 9/11. Today, it is claimed, al Qaeda is less well organized, with many of its top leaders eliminated, and is so broken into geographically disparate franchises that it is ...

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The Promotion of Human Sacrifice and Cannibalism in Egypt

The Promotion of Human Sacrifice and Cannibalism in Egypt

The promotion of ritual human sacrifice and cannibalism has been a topic of discussion on two Egyptian TV programs recently. 

On Al-Tahrir Egyptian TV advisor Ahmad Abdo Maher, discuses the high-school curriculum issued by the highest religious authority in Egypt, Al-Azhar University, ...

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Bioterrorism and the Pandemic Potential

Bioterrorism and the Pandemic Potential

Periodic media reports of bird flu, a new SARS-like virus and a case of drug-resistant tuberculosis have kept the world informed, but they have also contributed to a distorted perception of the true threat such contagions pose. Perhaps the greatest value of the media coverage is the opportunity it ...

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Obama’s Billion-Dollar Giveaway to the Muslim Brotherhood

Obama’s Billion-Dollar Giveaway to the Muslim Brotherhood

In the past few weeks, Americans have been subjected to a barrage of doomsday predictions regarding the disaster that would befall us should the sequester come to pass. Many were rightly incensed, then, that last Thursday, only one day before the “devastating” sequester cuts were scheduled to kick ...

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Iranian Nuclear Situation Update

Iranian Nuclear Situation Update

The Iranian Situation INSS Insight No. 409, March 4, 2013

The final week of February 2013 was marked by events that may have changed the perception of Iran's nuclear program and the chances of finding a non-belligerent solution to this problem.

First, the periodic IAEA report on the inspections in ...

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Fatwas, Salafists, and Morsi: Desecrating Egypt’s Art and History

Fatwas, Salafists, and Morsi: Desecrating Egypt’s Art and History

The self-inflicted wounds of an Islamic state begin with words that impound the soul. Issue upon issue upon issue thickens the air and lays heavy on the human spirit suffocating potential. The unpredictability of the fatwa, random and lunatic, holds the populace captive, shackling minds and hearts. ...

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Fire: The Overlooked Threat

Fire: The Overlooked Threat

People sometimes obsess over the potential threat posed by terrorist attacks that use things such as chemical weaponselectromagnetic pulses or dirty bombs. Yet they tend to discount the less exciting but very real threat posed by fire, even though fire kills thousands of ...

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Fatah Member In Gaza: We Must Sanctify The Blood Of Suicide Bombers

Fatah Member In Gaza: We Must Sanctify The Blood Of Suicide Bombers

In a January 17, 2013 article on a PLO-affiliated website, Ahmad Mansour Dughmush, a Fatah activist in Gaza, extolled Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade members who had carried out bombings during the second intifada, both those who were killed and those who were captured and imprisoned. Among the figures he ...

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Week After Hacking a Priest to Death, Muslims Burn Down a Church

Week After Hacking a Priest to Death, Muslims Burn Down a Church

February 25 (World Watch Monitor) — Arsonists burned a Tanzania church Feb. 19 in the semi-autonomous region of Zanzibar, two days after gunmen killed a Catholic priest there.

The Evangelical Church of Siloam was set afire early Feb. 19 by an as-yet-unidentified group of people, police spokesman ...

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