Friday, December 3, 2021

Terrorists In Prison - A Con's Game


"There is growing evidence across Europe that terrorist prisoners are successfully deceiving professionals concerning their rehabilitation." The deception posed by jailed jihadists in comparison to ordinary criminals presents an exponentially greater danger. "Unlike the thief or the fraudster, the consequences of such behavior can devastate not just individual victims but whole communities,"                                
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Wednesday, October 27, 2021

New UK Terror Law Does Not Deter Fanatics


The primary goal of any Counter-Terrorism Program should be public safety, not rehabilitation.  The tragic death of Sir David Amess demands this.  Read More in IPT News...

Tuesday, September 7, 2021

Harboring Terrorists in Democratic Societies


Patrick Dunleavy, an American academic and expert on terrorism, spoke with Newslooks about how democratic countries should deal with terrorists, including Mohamed Hajib who has been encouraging violence against his home country of Morocco, and what the aftermath of the Afghanistan withdrawal means.    Read More in Newslooks


Tuesday, July 13, 2021



A disturbing report by the Justice Department Inspector General has revealed that incarcerated terrorists associated with international terror have been allowed to lead religious services in Bureau of Prisons' (BOP) chapels.  Something is wrong when incarcerated terrorists are allowed to ply their trade while behind bars.      Read More in IPT News...                  

Monday, June 14, 2021

Attempts To Rewrite Jalil Al Amin's Story Ignore His Violent History

 "Violence is a part of America's culture. It is as American as cherry pie...If America don't come around, we're going to burn America down."                                  These are the words of a young African American man known as H. Rap Brown. What began as a life involved in the nonviolent civil rights movement spiraled downward to violent crime and murder.  Brown's trajectory to a life a violent crime rapidly increased after he left the Black Panther Party. He was arrested in 1971 for armed robbery in New York City and sentenced to prison. He converted to the Dar ul Islam movement,while in Attica Following his conversion he changed his name to Jamil Al-Amin.  He was arrested in 2000 for the shooting death of Deputy Ricky Kinchen.  Courts found "substantial physical evidence" linking Jamil Al-Amin to the 2000 murder of Atlanta deputy Ricky Kinchen trying to serve an arrest warrant. But an Islamic Circle of North America branch casts Al-Amin as a persecuted civil rights leader.                                                             

"If you're asking me if I ever considered him a hero or a valuable contributor to the civil rights movement, my answer is definitely no,"  (David Kinchen, brother of slain officer)                                  

National Peace Officers Memorial Day was marked last month. Initiated by President Kennedy in 1962, it honors those law enforcement officers who were killed or wounded in the line of duty.  Attempts to re-write Jamil Al-Amin's story is an insult to Deputy Kinchen's memory.  Read More in IPT News...