Tuesday, April 6, 2021


 Incarcerated terrorists exert enormous influence on vulnerable inmates.  But prisons need not become incubators of the disease. Counterterrorism efforts should not stop at the prison gate.  A concerted effort is needed by western democracies to develop effective strategies that deal with recently-released terrorists and those radicalized in prison.                                                        


Tuesday, March 2, 2021

BLM Raises $90 million, Donors Should Raise Questions


Any organization, like the BLM, that raises such enormous amounts of money and holds such radical beliefs regarding law enforcement, domestic terrorism, and the eradication of Israel should be examined more closely before donating to it...

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Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Terrorists In Prison - The Infection Continues To Spread

Social distancing isn't just good for airborne viruses.  Many prisons, especially in the United Kingdom, aren't isolating imprisoned terrorists, who are free to mingle and radicalize other inmates.  The danger presents a serious threat to national security.   Read More in IPT News...


Monday, December 21, 2020

UK Finally Acknowledges the Obvious


A top British counterterrorism official's admits there's no evidence deradicalization programs work for convicted jihadists. Too many have tricked officials into early prison releases by saying the right things and feigning rehabilitation.

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Friday, November 6, 2020

Another Terrorist Released Early = Another Terror Attack

 The flawed policy of releasing convicted terrorists before they have completed their sentences has once again struck a lethal blow. This time it happened in the Austrian capital of Vienna.                          Kujtim Fejzulai, armed with a handgun, assault rifle, and machete attacked innocent civilians Monday outside the Seitenstettengasse synagogue, killing four and wounding several others including a police officer responding to the incident.  Fejzulai had been previously convicted of providing material support for a terrorist organization following his capture in Syria when attempting to join ISIS. He was sentenced in April 2019 to 22 months in prison. However, because of his age and Austria's lenient policies regarding youthful offenders, he was released in December having served just 8 months of his original sentence...Read More in IPT News