Tag: Paris Terrorist Attack

Dr. Sebastian Gorka: French ‘Track Record of Giving in to Bad Guys’ Undermines #JeSuisCharlie Movement

Breitbart National Security Editor Dr. Sebastian Gorka, who is also the Major General Horner Chair of Military Theory at the Marine Corps University, appeared on “Fox & Friends” on Thursday to discuss the potential reactions by the French government to yesterday’s brutal jihadist attack on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and how a history of negotiating with terrorists might make preventing future attacks of this nature difficult.

‘Allahu Akbar!’: Extremists Praise Paris Terrorist Attack Online

Following the bloody carnage that ensued after at least two masked gunmen opened fire on the the Paris-based offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, killing 12, supporters of ISIS (Islamic State), al Qaeda, and other extremist groups took to Twitter brandishing their praise for the killings in the name of Allah.

Rep. Peter King: Paris Attack A Reminder To Be Careful With DHS Funding While Combating Amnesty

The terrorist attack on a newspaper in Paris is a “wake up call” and should serve as a reminder Republicans should protect funding for vital Department of Homeland Security efforts as they consider ways to take on President Obama’s executive amnesty, Rep. Peter King (R-NY), tells reporters. Republicans are expected to target Obama’s executive actions on immigration in upcoming legislation to fund DHS. Appropriations for the massive department run out in February.

Obama: Paris Shooting a ‘Cowardly, Evil’ Attack on Journalists

Wednesday from the Oval Office, commenting on the Paris terror attack on satirical weekly newspaper, “Charlie Hebdo,” that left 12 people dead, President Barack Obama said this was a “cowardly” and “evil” attack on journalists and the “free press.” Obama

Howard Dean: Don’t Call Paris Terrorists ‘Muslim’

On Wednesday’s “Morning Joe,” former Gov. Howard Dean (D-VT) downplayed any ties of gunmen that killed 12 at the offices of a French satirical magazines in Paris have to the religion of Islam. According to Dean, we should stop attributing