Thursday, January 16, 2020

Synagogue Attacker Aligned With Black Hebrew Israelite Movement

Grafton Thomas
The vicious terrorist attack inside the home of a rabbi during a Hanukkah celebration was the 13th anti-Semitic attack in the New York area in the past three weeks. It came less than three weeks after an attack on a kosher supermarket in Jersey City that killed three people and wounded three others, including two police officers.                 Read More in IPT News...

Jersey City Terror Attack Mirrors Another

Detective Joseph Shields
David Anderson and his girlfriend targeted a kosher grocery store on December 10th. The bloodshed echoed the 2015 Hypercacher terror attack in Paris. In both cases, radicalized Jew haters targeted police and kosher markets.  Read More in IPT News...

Monday, December 9, 2019

Groups like ISIS continue to inspire and recruit in prison, but western democracies have not learned to counter the threat effectively.  Usman Khan, the  jihadist who was on early release from prison when he killed two people and wounded several others Nov. 29 near London Bridge, is just the tip of an iceberg that threatens western democracies.
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Friday, November 22, 2019

Prison Radicalization A Recurring Global Threat

Jason Brown, aka, Abdul Ja'Me
On November 14th, two days after the United Nations Security Council conducted a forum on the threat of prison radicalization and terrorism, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced the arrest of Jason Brown for attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization.
Brown was the leader of a violent street gang in the Chicago area known as AHK.  Brown converted to a radical form of Islam while an inmate in Georgia serving time for a gun violation.                     
He was on parole at the time of his arrest.                                        Read More in IPT News...

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Federal Court Places Maximum Restrictions on Terrorist Released From Prison

A federal judge imposed strict conditions on released terrorist Kevin James.  U.S. District Court Judge Cormac J. Carney rejected the argument by his attorney that the modified conditions would lead James into "social isolation" and "have a detrimental effect on his rehabilitation," 
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