Post Tagged with: "terror network"

August 12, 2013 05:20

Big Money Buys Access for Terrorist TV

Big money has trumped homeland security.

April 23, 2013 06:35

Boston Bombs Highlight Threat From Al Jazeera in America

Do we want to increase the dangers of more Boston massacre-type bombings in America by letting “Al Jazeera America” establish “news bureaus” in Detroit and 11 other American cities?

February 8, 2013 05:31

Al Jazeera and the Global Jihad in America

Al Jazeera is the voice of the Muslim Brotherhood and the various terrorist groups it has spawned, including al Qaeda and Hamas.

June 14, 2011 04:26

Study Shows 81% US Mosques Promote Texts Advocating Violent Jihad

Incubating jihad. Frank Gaffney appears on Fox News to discuss the release of a new study, “Shari’a and Violence in American Mosques,” written by Mordechai Kedar and David Yerushalmi. For more information on the study– published in Middle East Quarterly’s Summer 2011 issue– go to

July 8, 2010 06:40

Subway Terror Plot Had Global Reach

Three suspected al-Qaeda members were arrested in Europe a day after U.S. prosecutors charged an al-Qaeda leader with helping to mastermind an attempted bombing of New York’s subway and said the effort was part of a plot that included a failed terrorist attempt in the U.K.

March 18, 2010 08:50

Liz Cheney’s Big Question Is the Obama administration on the right side of national security?

‘This is an inefficient and dangerous way to run an anti-terror bureaucracy that needs clarity and consistency.’

March 12, 2010 21:18

Al-Qaida Seen Eyeing Less Complex Attacks On U.S.

Think how much fear and chaos were caused by the DC snipers. The eastern seaboard lived in fear. If Al-Qaida starts hitting small random targets like cafes, malls, buses and sporting events, we’ll learn what Israel has been living with for years.

March 2, 2010 04:57

U.S. Eyes Increasingly Active Al-Qaida Network in North Africa As It Gains Strength and Recruits

The rapid recent rise of the al-Qaida group in Yemen — which spawned the Christmas airliner attack — is seen by U.S. officials and counterterrorism analysts as evidence that the North African militants could just as quickly take on a broader jihadi mission and become a serious threat to the U.S. and European allies.