Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Activist Group Wrongly Accuses Miami Law Enforcement Agencies of Violating Constitutional Rights of Protester

Alaa Massri
In baseball there is a hard and fast rule: Three strikes and you're out. But in politics, such fundamental rules don't always stick. That's especially true for the Council on American-Islamic Affairs (CAIR), which continues to swing away despite repeatedly missing the mark of truthfulness when it comes to accusations against legitimate law enforcement practices.
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Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Abolishing The Police

What began as a sincere cry for justice in the tragic killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has evolved into a critical examination of policing in the United States. But to abolish the police would mean removing the very fabric of American society that protects us. That is neither wise nor well thought out. It is perilous.
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Thursday, May 7, 2020

Muhammed Zahir Khan
An ISIS supporter, nearing the end of a prison term for terror-related crimes has filed a lawsuit against the UK's Terrorist Offenders Restriction of Early Release Act. Should convicted terrorists be released early?

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Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Inspector General Finds Security Lapses Regarding Terrorists in Prison

Prison officials should know by now that terrorists are not rendered harmless while incarcerated. They will act when they can. When they can't, they will seek opportunities to radicalize others in prison.  For years, we have been reporting on the unique threat that incarcerated terrorists pose and that the failure to adequately address the security challenges could lead to radicalization of other inmates and terror attacks.
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Thursday, February 27, 2020

UK Passes Emergency Legislation To Prevent Early Release Of Terrorists

The United Kingdom has just passed emergency legislation that will stop the early release of convicted terrorists from prison. This decisive action comes on the heels of two recent terror attacks in London by jihadists who were released from prison earlier than the end of their sentences for terror-related crimes.  It shouldn't take two terrorist attacks like London has recently endured for the issue to be taken seriously. Amman and Khan could become role models for convicted jihadis still harboring a lust for blood and martyrdom.      A similar bill sits in the U.S. Senate awaiting passage.  Without it, convicted terrorists here will continue to look for their cell doors to be opened early.