ISIS Claims Vegas: At What Price?

The Islamic State (ISIS) is "quadrupling down" on its claim of responsibility for the Las Vegas massacre by Stephen Paddock, claiming he converted to Islam months ago. There is no evidence to substantiate their claim at this point and, if ISIS is lying, then at least something good can come from this horrible atrocity by using the lie to blast away at ISIS’ credibility. Rukmini Callimachi, a New York Times correspondent covering ISIS, tracked how ISIS reiterated its claims of responsibility with at least two comments on its Amaq News Agency propaganda outlet. It started referring to him as “Abu…
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Cleric Warned Clarion of Bangladeshi Extremists in NY

Cleric Warned Clarion of Bangladeshi Extremists in NY

The attempted suicide bombing at the Port Authority in New York by a Bangladeshi ISIS supporter dominated the media last week, but we can’t say we weren’t warned. All the way back in 2012, a cleric in New York from Bangladesh warned the Clarion Project about the emerging threat in New York from Bangladeshi Islamists. Unsurprisingly, the Port Authority attacker and his family members attended radical mosques, the kind that the Bangladeshi imam warned us about. Imam Qazi Qayyoom, a self-described “moderate and liberal Sufi-Sunni imam” who leads the Muhammadi Center in Jackson Heights of New York, first came to…
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Trump Aide Linked to Nation of Islam Departs

Trump Aide Linked to Nation of Islam Departs

President Trump’s senior aide Omarosa Manigault was reportedly fired last week, supposedly in a dramatic reality show-like performance akin to the ones that got her hired in the first place (she denies being fired). But the question shouldn’t be whether she had to be physically removed from the White House as is said to have been the case, but why Omarosa’s ties to the Nation of Islam extremist group weren’t a disqualifier. Reality star Omarosa, who was previously fired three times by Donald Trump on The Apprentice, became the director of African-American outreach for President Trump’s campaign in July 2016.…
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Trump’s U.N. Speech: 10 Important Moments

Trump’s U.N. Speech: 10 Important Moments

President Trump’s speech at the United Nations is being rightly praised, with some even saying it is his best speech as commander-in-chief so far. Unlike the 9/11 addresses where the Trump Administration omitted any reference to radical Islam, this speech punched at the Islamist ideology and was also a powerful, pro-American presentation to the world. There are 10 sections of special importance: 1.WE’RE BACK TO DISCUSSING ISLAMISM President Trump twice mentioned the ideology of Islamism in his address after his administration—in a clearly coordinated decision--omitted any mention of radical Islam in its 9/11 anniversary addresses. The shift is widely attributed…
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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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Atheist Bloggers Arrested in Bangladesh

Atheist Bloggers Arrested in Bangladesh

4/7/2013 Bangladeshi police arrested four anti-Islamist writers in the capital, Dhaka, this week. The crackdown comes as protesters demand the death penalty for Islamist leaders accused of war crimes, prompting counter-protests by their supporters. Asif Mohiuddin, 30, is one of the arrested bloggers. Mohiuddin has only recently recovered from injuries he incurred during an attack on him by a militant Islamist group in January. Detectives took him from his home, just two days after police arrested three other bloggers Subrata Adhikary Shuvo (24), Russell Parvez (36), and Mashiur Rahman Biplob (42), for allegedly hurting the religious beliefs of the people. Like fellow…
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