Money Jihad: How Islamists Finance Their Operations 12 November 2012
By Ryan Mauro

The author of the Money Jihad blog wishes to remain anonymous. The daily blog documents how Islamists finance their operations. The author previously served in military-intelligence and has been blogging about terrorism financing for three years.

The following is RadicalIslam.or’s Security Analyst Ryan Mauro’s interview with the author of the Money Jihad blog about how the Islamist terrorism continues to be lavishly funded 11 years after the attacks of September 11, 2001.


Report: Pelosi Hosted Muslim Radicals at Fundraiser

The New American 9 November 2012
By R. Cort Kirkwood

Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was the main Democrat celebrity at a party fundraiser featuring top officials of front groups for the Muslim Brotherhood and terrorist Hamas


Video: Becoming Aware of Islamophobia

Gates of Vienna 8 November 2012
By Baron Bodissey

Islamophobia in is growing in British public life, especially in the media, and no one is trying to stop it.

This is the contention of the group that has organized "Islamophobia Awareness Month” in Britain. The following video doesn’t mention who is sponsoring this important initiative, but given the lavish promotion by the official Iranian media outlet PressTV, I think we can guess.


Dems Tap Radical Islamists for Cash

the Algemeiner 7 November 2012
By Steven Emerson

The Investigative Project on Terrorism has learned that House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi headlined a Democratic Party fundraiser with leaders of Hamas and Muslim Brotherhood


8 year-old boy donates money to Hezbollah

Ynetnews 7 November 2012
By Roi Kais

Judd Hashisho, an eight-year-old Lebanese boy from Sidon, has recently risen to stardom in Lebanon, becoming a favorite among Hezbollah-affiliated media outlets.


Sudan will not stop supporting Hamas – official

PanARMENIAN.Net 6 November 2012

Sudan will not stop supporting Palestinian group Hamas despite Israeli "aggression," a senior Sudanese official said on Sunday, Nov 4, less than two weeks after Khartoum


Shocker! 'Bin Laden' still raising money for Obama 6 November 2012
By Aaron Klein

Despite a widely circulated WND article exposing the effort last week, "Osama bin Laden,” using a Pakistani proxy server, is still running a grassroots fundraising page titled


Obama Honors Radical Israel Hater

FrontPage Magazin 5 November 2012
By Joseph Klein

"It’s the ‘People’s House,” said First Lady Michelle Obama. "It’s a place that is steeped in history, but it’s also a place where everyone should feel welcome. And that’s why


Nancy Pelosi’s Secret CAIR Fundraiser

FrontPage Magazin 5 November 2012
By Robert Spencer

Neil Munro at The Daily Caller reported Friday that "Democratic leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi headlined a high-dollar fundraiser in May that was attended by U.S.-based Islamist


Sudan to Increase Military Budget Next Year - Parliament 5 November 2012

Khartoum — The Sudanese parliament revealed on Sunday that the country's military budget will be increased next year to strengthen the army's defense capabilities as criticism


Supreme Court denies to hear appeal of Hamas-linked Holy Land Foundation officials

JihadWatch 31 October 2012

The stain on the record of Hamas-linked CAIR remains, even as it continues to deceive law enforcement officials and the mainstream media. "End of the Line for HLF," from IPT


Bahrain Follows Qatar, Sends Delegation to Gaza

Arutz Sheva 31 October 2012
By Elad Benari

A high-level Bahraini delegation will arrive in Gaza on Thursday to open two UNRWA schools, the Hamas government said on Tuesday, according to AFP. A Hamas spokesman denied,


US Lawmaker urges feds to monitor Hezbollah in Mexico

Fox News 30 October 2012
By Joseph Kolb

The presidential campaign has featured plenty of talk about terrorism in the Middle East, but one lawmaker is warning that the federal government is ignoring a growing Hezbollah presence in Mexico, with the Lebanese terror group increasingly joining forces with drug cartels.

One report shows hundreds of thousands of Middle Easterners living in Mexico, and a small percentage of them may be radicals using routes established by drug networks to sneak into the U.S.

The ties linking Mexico to Islamic terrorism were underscored earlier this year when an alleged Iranian operative plotted to assassinate a Saudi diplomat in Washington using a hired gun on loan from a Mexican drug cartel.


American Muslim Group Features Imam Kifah Mustapha with Ties to Hamas 30 October 2012
By Joe Kaufman

The Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR, founded in 1994 by operatives from Hamas, this month continued its tradition of embracing individuals with ties to terrorist


Extremist Imam Zaid Shakir Holds Fundraiser at Florida Hilton

RadicalIslam 30 October 2012
By Ryan Mauro

A fundraiser will be held for Zaytuna College, America’s first Muslim college, at the Hilton University of Florida Conference Center in Gainesville, Florida on Saturday,


Palestinian Terrorists on the Payroll - British taxpayers are helping to pay the salaries of jailed bomb makers

Wall Street Journal 30 October 2012

Why do politicians always resign over the minor things, while getting away with the major ones?

Swear at a policeman, for instance, and after a month of harrying from the media and your political opponents, you will finally stand down.

Waste millions of pounds on a taxpayer-funded self-aggrandizement scheme, on the other hand, and you will not only get away with it, but be praised. Such is the case with Andrew Mitchell, former minister at the U.K. Department for International Development (DfID) and now—after an angry altercation with a Downing Street policeman—former chief whip.


India: Terror Trails To Saudi Arabia – Analysis

Eurasia Review 30 October 2012
By Sanchita Bhattacharya

Over the past decades, an elaborate web of Islamist extremist terrorism, backed by Pakistan, has thrived under the benign neglect of the state on Saudi Arabian soil. Much of


Terror trial: Estranged wife wanted to be 'fourth lion'

BBC 26 October 2012

he estranged wife of a man accused of plotting a terror attack offered herself as a helper in an attempt to win him back, a court has heard. In a reference to the spoof film


Why Is Qatar Mucking Around in Gaza?

Foreign Policy 26 October 2012

A deeply contrarian streak has taken hold in Qatar these days. Insulated by U.S. security guarantees, eager to use its burgeoning fiscal reserves, and propelled by its elites'


And the Winner of the Foreign Policy Debate Is... the Emir of Qatar?

Huffington Post 26 October 2012
By David Mednicoff

In the final presidential debate, neither President Obama nor Governor Romney said much of anything that was specific or enlightening with respect to the debate's supposed

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