Monthly Archives: June 2015

Khamenei’s ‘Red Lines’ Speech

MEMRI At a meeting of regime officials marking Ramadan, and a week before the June 30, 2015 deadline for a nuclear deal, Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei explained in detail the red lines and conditions that Iran would demand in … Continue reading

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TERRORISM PRECAUTIONS: GENERAL SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS REGARDING SUSPECTED TERRORIST ACTIVITIES

LIU BROOKLYN Heightened Security is not intended to induce fear and panic. People should go about their normal business while paying particular attention to their surroundings. Suspicious Behavior/Circumstances: Be aware of and report to Public Safety the following conditions at … Continue reading

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[SPECIAL REPORT] A $1 Billion Agenda 21 Ghost City Is Being Built In New Mexico

By The Sleuth Journal Imagine if you would, a sprawling city in the middle of the desert with technologically advanced roads, buildings, homes, street lights, and cars that drive themselves, without humans. A sustainable living project, of course without such … Continue reading

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Investigation Exposes AMP Leaders’ Ties to Former U.S-Based Hamas-Support Network

IPT Federal investigators shut down a massiveHamas-support network in the United States between 2001 and 2008, prosecuting some elements and freezing the assets of others. But the Investigative Project on Terrorism finds that many of the same functions – fundraising, … Continue reading

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Lawsuit: Al Jazeera America Misogynistic, Deliberately Pushing Anti-U.S., Anti-Israel Biases

by IPT News In a federal discrimination lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Thursday against her former employers at Al Jazeera America (AJA), High-Bassalik starts by saying the network quickly abandoned its stated mission of providing “unbiased, fact-based, in-depth stories of … Continue reading

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Taliban Seeks Better Relations with Surging Islamic State in Afghanistan

by John Rossomando The Taliban reached out to Islamic State (IS) leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi calling for unity between the two jihadist factions, a letter posted online Tuesday by a Taliban supporter shows. IS victories have translated into increasing appeal … Continue reading

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Tough on Terror, Short on Nuance: Identifying the Use of Force as a Basis for Excluding Resisters Seeking Refugee Status

Amar Khoday1 The 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees3 (as modified by the 1967 Protocol Relating to the Status of Refugees4) defines a refugee as one who, “owing to [a] well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of … Continue reading

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Saudi Officials Linked to Jihadist Group in WikiLeaks Cables

WSJ\By SAEED SHAH Documents purport to show high-level contact between Saudis and Haqqani network Saudi Arabia, a key U.S. ally in the Middle East, had high-level contacts with America’s most deadly adversary in Afghanistan, the Haqqani network, according to purported … Continue reading

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ISIS Attacks in America Are Coming

COMMENTRY By its own depraved standards, last Thursday and Friday were gruesomely successful days for ISIS. On Thursday, a suicide squad of ISIS fighters infiltrated Kobani, the Syrian town it had previously lost to Kurdish militia, and killed 145 residents. Then, … Continue reading

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Massacre And Media: ISIS And The Case Of The Sunni Arab Shaitat Tribe

By: Alberto M. Fernandez* Introduction Since it burst on the scene as Al-Qaeda in Iraq, the organization now known as the Islamic State, or ISIS, has cut a wide and bloody swath through the Middle East, especially in Syria and … Continue reading

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