Islamic Terrorism Archive
Posted on March 7, 2010No word on whether those contracts included replacements for the thousand or so computers they lost last year. Or the 235 night vision scopes they misplaced. Or the $116,349 international harvester truck they can’t find. Maybe this is why they...
Posted on February 21, 2010Because if there’s one quality that the TSA has consistently demonstrated – from pranking coeds with fake drugs to harassing fans of rival sports franchises – it’s seriousness. And professionalization. Seriousness and professionalization are the two qualities that the TSA...
Obama Loosening Border Enforcement, State Dept. “Diversity Visas” Bringing In Thousands From Terror-Sponsoring CountriesPosted on January 10, 2010At least we can be sure they’ll get a full pat-down on their way over. Maybe: The State Department is planning to welcome thousands of immigrants from terror-watch list countries into the United States this year through a “diversity visa”...
Posted on December 26, 2009An airline industry looking to “bounce back” in 2010 by bleeding $11 billion. A tourism industry coping with alienated Western travelers after Congress, at the behest of restaurant and hotel lobbies, imposed a $10 fine on incoming travelers to promote...
Posted on December 26, 2009The full headline – describing the counterterrorism raid against the murderers of Meir Chai – is “3 Fatah activists killed in Israeli raid.” It got picked up by WaPo with exactly that wording and by FOX News as “Israeli Troops...
Posted on December 23, 2009I posted theses quotes about Hamas – one from Larijani and the other from Ahmadinejad – on Is Iran’s Fist Still Clenched? yesterday. But they’re worth reposting here so that maybe we can puzzle them out together. Because Sunnis and...
Posted on November 23, 2009
Posted on November 22, 2009
Posted on November 18, 2009One Jerusalem Radio’s Omri Ceren Show goes on the air in a little under an hour. Remember that to hear it live – and to participate – you need to go to the show’s main page here. Continuing with this...
Posted on September 11, 2009