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