Secretary of State Shills for Muslim Brotherhood, Qatar

Secretary of State Shills for Muslim Brotherhood, Qatar

Also read:  Has Trump Kept His Word on Radical Islam? The Nikki Haley Report Card   The Trump Administration still hasn’t designated the Muslim Brotherhood as a Foreign Terrorist Organization as it was expected to do. Designation falls under the purview of Secretary of State Tillerson, who has chosen the Muslim Brotherhood and its backers in Qatar and Turkey over their Arab rivals. Tillerson recently signaled his opposition to designating the Muslim Brotherhood in mid-June. He only has negative things to say about the idea. His main point is that the Brotherhood’s political parties have representatives in governments like those…
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2 Hezbollah Terrorists Arrested for Preparing Attack on U.S., including NY

6/10/2017 The pace of jihadist activity has been so intense lately that an incredibly important story has been barely reported on: Two terrorists belonging to Hezbollah, a puppet of the Iranian and Syrian regimes, have been arrested for planning attacks on the U.S., with one scouting potential targets in New York including JFK International Airport. And both are citizens who entered, exited and re-entered the U.S. Although the Iranian and Syrian regimes regularly organize terrorist attacks through its Hezbollah proxy, the plotting of attacks on U.S. soil and on Americans overseas is very significant (but not unprecedented).  The two arrested terrorists are Ali Kourani of the Bronx, New…
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3 Media Spins from the Manchester Bomber’s Associates

6/3/2017 In the days immediately following the Manchester bombing, the perpetrator’s family and mosque began trying to spin the media in a direction favorable to the Islamist narrative. There were three types of spin that are worth pointing out, as they are continually used by the Islamists and their apologists whenever they and their ideology come under scrutiny. Cry “Islamophobia” and Claim Anti-Muslim Persecution Islamists often honestly see “Islamophobia” and bigotry in the West everywhere, as they view the West as inherently anti-Islamic and hostile towards them. It’s the best political example of projection if there ever was one. Other…
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5 Lessons from the Manchester Bombing

5/30/2017 Suspects continue to be arrested following the suicide bombing at the Manchester Arena, with 13 people arrested in the U.K. and Libya at the time of this writing. One person detonated the explosive but the attack was the product of a global Islamist insurgency—and insurgencies can be defeated if we learn from their operations. Here are 5 lessons from the bombing and follow-up investigation, in no particular order: Manchester is a hub in the Islamist insurgency network. It was a single bomb set off by a single jihadist, but he belonged to a hub in the Islamist insurgency. Apparently…
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2nd Iranian Presidential Debate: All Support Nuclear Deal

5/7/2017 The second presidential debate took place in Iran and, while President Rouhani came under heavy fire from hardline rivals, they all agreed on one thing: The nuclear deal is a good thing for the theocratic, jihadist Islamic Republic of Iran. The previous debate was won by Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri in a landslide, while the candidate favored by the Supreme Leader, Ebrahim Raisi, was seen as the big loser. One online poll showed that 42% said Jahangiri won, followed by 34% for Rouhani and 15% for Bagher Qalibaf. Most observers assume Jahangiri will drop out and endorse Rouhani before…
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4 Risks After Bombing Assad’s Air Base

4/7/2017 The U.S. acted quickly and decisively in response to a chemical attack by the Syrian Air Force on a rebel-held town in Idlib Province, enforcing the previously-unenforced “red line” by bombing the air base used. But any military action risks unintended consequences. The evidence proving that the Assad regime is responsible was strong enough to convince President Trump to take action. His skepticism of the intelligence community is well-known, as is his intense aversion to military intervention in other country’s affairs. Trump’s turn around was particularly surprising given his opposition to overthrowing Assad and his Secretary of State’s comment…
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4 Groups Reject Counter-Terror Funding

2/13/2017 In a revealing trend, four nonprofits groups involved with the Muslim-American community have rejected federal funding for countering violent extremism. For these groups, their image and making a political point is a higher priority than fighting radical Islam and helping their communities. The four Muslim groups had been privileged to receive Homeland Security grants to support their efforts to “counter violent extremism;” a generic and politically-correct term that the Obama Administration used to avoid verbiage related to Islam. Now, these groups are willing to sacrifice that funding and cut their programs just to stick it to President Trump. Their…
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5 Ways Islamists Set the Stage for the Orlando Attack

6/13/2016 The stage was set for the types of attacks we saw in Orlando a long time before the Islamic State (ISIS) showed up. Gays, just like Jews, are commonly scapegoated as vile, sin-bearing creatures whose mere presence decays societies. The stigmatizing of homosexuals inevitably leads to mistreatment and violence towards them, and we should not make the mistake of assuming this problem begins and ends with ISIS. Here are five ways that Islamists created the conditions for the Orlando attacks to happen even before ISIS was born: Supporting the Execution of Gays by Sharia Authorities All of the significant…
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3 More Members of Congress Back Muslim Brotherhood Terror Designation

6/8/2016 Almost 80 Senators and Representatives now support the Muslim Brotherhood Terrorist Designation Act, with three more congressmen coming onboard since the last update. Twenty-three have backed the legislation since the Clarion Project letter campaign was launched. You can tell your representatives to support the legislation in less than one minute by using our online form. A total of 79 members of Congress are cosponsoring the bill or have voted in its favor. It now has bipartisan support and has passed the House Judiciary Committee. Four organizations representing persecuted Christians are also pushing for the bill. A prominent Kurdish activist…
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