Child’s Sex Change Reprieve!

The case of 7-year-old James Younger, whose mother has told him he is a girl, has received national attention. On Wednesday, a jury ruled in favor of the mother, deciding she should have sole managing conservatorship for his care—which included her plans to have him begin chemical castration when he turns 8. The public outcry […]

Details on London’s Jihadi Attacker

Information about Khalid Masood, the London attacker, have been released by British police. Masood, 52, was born in England and named Adrian Russell Ajao. Masood was the father of three, and had previous criminal convictions across 20 years. It is believed he became a Muslim and was radicalized in prison. He traveled to Jeddah, Saudi […]

Manhunt for Christmas Market Attacker

Police are hunting a 23-year-old Tunisian refugee, Anis Amri, over Monday’s Christmas market slaughter in Berlin, Germany, which claimed 12 lives and left 48 injured. Investigators found his wallet in the truck used in the attack and al-Qaeda books were discovered in his home. He may have had contact with a prominent ISIS recruiter in […]

Bastille Day Attack in France, 77 Dead

A truck plowed through the crowd at a Bastille Day celebration in Nice, France, shortly after 1 a.m. on Friday, July 14. As of this writing, 77 are dead, with at least 100 more wounded. The truck driver is said to have shouted “Allahu Akbar” (Alla is the greatest god) before he was killed in […]

Loretta Lynch: We May Never Know Orlando Shooter’s Motives

U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said during a press conference that the Justice Department may never know why Omar Mateen entered an Orlando gay bar and shot 100 people, saying people often act out of more than one motivation. Lynch promised there would be a full investigation into his motives, saying federal investigators are still […]

Terror Shooting in Gay Bar, 50 Dead

The gunman shouted “Allahu Akbar” then opened fire in an Orlando gay bar killing 50 and wounding at least 53 more at about 2 a.m. Sunday morning. SWAT teams finally rushed inside around 6 a.m. and killed the shooter, who had been holding several dozen people hostage. The nightclub “Pulse” billed itself as the hottest […]

Palestinians Celebrate, Israelis Mourn

While the nation of Israel mourned those who were killed in Wednesday’s attack in Tel Aviv, Palestinians in the West Bank and east Jerusalem celebrated by singing aloud and cheering the gunmen. Still others distributed candy and marched in the streets. Palestinians on social media made reference to the Muslim month of fasting, with what […]

Why Muslims “Deserve” Special Status

We read about President Obama’s disdain to use the words “radical Islam,” or to admit the recent terror attacks have been committed by Muslims. He wants to open the U.S. borders wide to admit hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees–yet there are several accounts where the State Department is turning them down if they are […]

ISIS Attacks Baghdad and Istanbul

On Monday, attackers hit a in a shopping mall in a Shia area of Baghdad. One attacker exploded his suicide vest outside the mall, then a second gunman charged inside the mall, opening fire and lobbing grenades. At least 9 people were killed and 13 others wounded. Iraqi police were able to regain control of […]

Five Year Anniversary of the Arab Spring

Five years ago in Tunisia the “Arab Spring” began when Mrs. Faida Hamdy confiscated the vegetable stall of a street vendor. Mrs. Hamdy was the council inspector and the stall owner, a young Arab man who was humiliated by her actions, set himself on fire in protest outside the council offices. Other young Arab men […]

San Bernardino Shooter Promised Jihad on Facebook

Tashfeen Malik, one of the San Bernardino shooters, was active on Facebook and pledged her support for ISIS and jihad. On the day of the shooting, Malik and her husband Farook used Facebook to declare their joint allegiance to ISIS. In 2014, Malik entered the U.S. on a K-1 visa (also called a “fiancé visa”.) […]

The Farook Brothers: One a U.S. Veteran, One a Terrorist Killer

Sayed Rizwan Farook was an environmental inspector with the county health department in San Bernardino, CA. He carried out the December 2 shootings, which left 14 people dead and 21 injured. His wife Tashfeen helped with the killings. It is believed Tashfeen was radicalized overseas, and may have immigrated to the U.S. as an “operative,” […]

Turkey Shoots Down Russian Jet, Chopper

Tuesday, November 24, 2015 A Russian fighter jet entered Turkey’s airspace on Tuesday near the Syrian border. Turkish officials say the pilots were warned 10 times over five minutes to turn back, but ignored the warnings. Turkish military shot the jet down 30 seconds or less after it entered Turkey’s airspace. One of the two […]

The State Dept. Warns Against Foreign Travel

November 23, 2015 The U.S. state department issued an alert today, discouraging Americans from international travel, saying, “Current information suggests that ISIS, al Qaeda and Boko Haram and other terrorist groups continue to plan terrorist attacks in multiple regions.” However, Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson urged Americans who in the U.S. to not change […]

City of Brussels on Maximum Alert

Sunday, November 22 The government of Belgium received a threat of a Paris-style attack in its capitol city, Brussels. Stores closed down and people were warned to stay home, away from the windows. On Sunday, the decision was made to continue the state of high alert through Monday. The police carried out a series of raids, […]