Anyone still interested in the background and ramifications of the Ground Zero mosque -- and its role in the Islamic war against this country -- and require more evidence of its terrorist links can be found in this article.
ACLU executive director admits that government action which prevented them from representing accused terrorist al-Awlaqi 'did raise our eyebrows'
Sibel Edmonds, a 32-year-old Turkish-American, was hired as a translator by the FBI shortly after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 because of her knowledge of Middle Eastern languages. She was fired less than a year later in March 2002 for
An hour later the former Alaska governor added: “Peace-seeking Muslims, pls understand, Ground Zero mosque is UNNECESSARY provocation; it stabs hearts. Pls reject it in interest of healing.”
The suit claims it is blatantly unconstitutional to deny American citizens the right to have a lawyer, and to deny American lawyers the right to represent clients, without first obtaining a permission slip from Executive Branch [Treasury] officials.
Colombian President Alvaro Uribe is unlikely to go quietly when he steps down from office. His successor is said to be similar to Hugo Chavez, but Uribe hopes to mount external pressure to end Chavez's support of the FARC and ELN terrorist groups.
Cooperation among Iran, al Qaeda and other Sunni extremist groups is more extensive than previously known to the public, according to details buried in military intelligence documents released by an independent group Sunday.
A Muslim woman accused of stabbing a Labour Member of Parliament in UK during a town hall meeting at a public library in Beckton (London) has refused to recognise a court or enter a plea.
US terror expert Steve Emerson discusses the new terror magazine, "Inspire" whose first issue contained death threats against Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Danish cartoonist Kurt Westergaard, Seattle cartoonist Molly Norris and others.
Intelligence analyst Ryan Mauro writes that certain Islamic groups are seeking to create Islamic enclaves based on Shari'a law in the United States.
NATO says search underway for 2 missing service men
A National Weather Service employee and his British-born wife pleaded guilty Wednesday to domestic terrorism charges of lying to the FBI about a hit list of possible targets who the couple suspected were enemies of Islam.
The Virginia man who issued a death threat to the creators of the cartoon series "South Park" for their spoof of Muhammad has been arrested on charges that he provided material support to the terrorist organization Al-Shabab.
Iran's foreign minister accused the U.S., Pakistan and allied forces of using Afghanistan to support terrorist strikes inside Iran, including bomb blasts last week that killed 28 people.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks about the fight against terrorism on the Pakistan/Afghani border. Clinton says "I assume somebody in this [Pakistani] government, from top to bottom, does know where Bin Laden is, and I'd like to know too."
I remember the fear which suddenly engulfed the town when it was announced that Mubarak was coming on an unexpected visit; I can still see the cavalcade of black cars on the day of his visit and feel the almost physical awareness of fear, like a cold
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces on Thursday upheld the high-profile court martial conviction of former Navy Lt. Cmdr. Matthew Diaz, who was sentenced to six months confinement for leaking information from Guantanamo Bay.
US Treasury Dept. placed al-Awlaki – accused of helping plan the crotch bomber – on its list of Specially Designated Global Terrorists. The move comes 6 months after the US government put al-Awlaki on a secret list of targets to be captured or killed
With glossy photo spreads, pseudo-celebrity interviews and how-two articles, "Inspire" has the feel of a modern magazine. But the first issue of al-Qaeda's new online publication is unlike anything you'll find on a supermarket aisle.
US-born Yemeni cleric Anwar al-Awlaki didn't just call for the execution of cartoonist Molly Norris who inspired the "Everybody Draw Mohammad" craze, he also calls for the execution of anyone who defames the Prophet Mohammed.
A U.S. judge will decide on Thursday whether a New York lawyer convicted of helping a terrorism suspect smuggle messages to his followers from prison should spend 30 years behind bars instead of 28 months.
Bilderberger Shapiro says President needs new OKC or 9/11 as a way of “demonstrating that he is a leader” before November elections and reversing plunging approval ratings
Investigators found an unexploded suicide vest with ball bearings in a disco hall in Uganda's capital, suggesting the militants planned a 3rd bombing during the World Cup final, officials said. 4 foreign suspects were arrested in connection with the
East Africa saw the emergence of a new international terrorist group, as Somalia's most dangerous al-Qaida-linked militia claimed responsibility for the twin bombings in Uganda that killed 74 people during the World Cup. The claim Monday by al-Sh
Spokesman Claims Taliban 'Cornered' Though the argument seems to be increasingly difficult to take seriously, NATO is again maintaining that the Taliban are not getting any stronger, and indeed suggesting that they might be getting weaker.
Sleep soundly, America. The Obama administration has secured its first conviction in its revamped military tribunals. A Sudanese national who for years threatened US citizens by, among other things, cooking for al-Qaeda jefe Osama bin Laden
Murfreesboro (TN) detectives are investigating alleged death threats made against a candidate for the US Congress, Lou Ann Zelenik after she criticized the upcoming construction of an Islamic Center in Rutherford County.
Honduran leaders won't blow their noses without permission from Washington
Yet, after 57 years of an uneasy armistice, if another war breaks out on the Korean peninsula, Seoul will be obliterated and millions will die.
One has to understand where I’m coming from. I consider myself … a Muslim soldier.” With these words, would-be Times Square car bomber Faisal Shahzad made it abundantly clear that when he parked his explosives-laden SUV in Times Square on May 1, he w