DOJ Sues to Block San Bernardino Terrorist’s $275K Life Insurance

San Bernardino terrorist Syed Rizwan Farook took out a life insurance policy shortly after he began planning Islamic terror attacks, but on Tuesday federal prosecutors filed a civil asset forfeiture lawsuit in order to block $275,000 worth of life insurance proceeds from reaching his family.

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Obama Administration: Golan Heights Are Not Part of Israel

TEL AVIV – The Obama administration does not consider the Golan Heights part of Israel, U.S. State Department spokesperson John Kirby stressed Monday night, a day after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed that the Golan “will forever remain under Israeli sovereignty.”

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Guantánamo Parole Board Upholds Detention of Bin Laden Bodyguard

On Thursday, the Pentagon released the decision of the Guantánamo parole board that Yemeni national Muhammed al-Ansi, 40, would remain a “forever prisoner,” despite appeals from former president Jimmy Carter’s organization for his release.

President Barack Obama kisses the dancer after doing the tango with her during the State Dinner at the Centro Cultural Kirchner, Wednesday, March 23, 2016, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Obama Dances The Tango While The World Burns

President Obama is enjoying a taste of Latin America culture, spending the evening at a state dinner in Argentina. After dinner, two dancers appeared to perform a tango dance for the President and the First Lady.

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Bipartisan Pressure on Apple To Assist FBI

Politicians from both sides of the aisle are putting the pressure on Apple to comply with a court order to help the FBI access potentially crucial information on the iPhone used by San Bernardino Islamic terrorist Syed Farook.

Omar Faraj Saeed Al Hardan, left, is escorted by U.S. Marshals from the Bob Casey Federal Courthouse on Friday, Jan. 8, 2016, in Houston. Al Hardan made his initial appearance in federal court in Houston Friday morning after he was indicted Wednesday on three charges related to accusations he tried …

Iraqi Refugee Appears in Court on Terror Charges

HOUSTON, Texas – The Iraqi refugee who is accused of providing material support to the Islamic State appeared before a federal judge in Houston on Friday to hear the formal charges against him. He is accused of providing material support

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Dershowitz: Criminals Have More Rights than Law-Abiding Citizens

Speaking on the surveillance of Muslims, leading liberal constitutional professor Alan Dershowitz declared, “Criminals should have more rights than law-abiding citizens.” The professor’s statement is wrong, and it misses the more relevant point regarding the war on Islamic terrorism.

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Hamas Activity in Turkey an Obstacle to Ankara-Jerusalem Reconciliation

The Jerusalem Post reports: The shutting down of Hamas’s operations in Turkey is emerging as one of the sticking points preventing the signing of an agreement normalizing ties between Israel and Turkey, The Jerusalem Post has learned. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told

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Five CA Mayors Urge Welcome of Refugees

Mayors from five California cities on Friday signed a letter urging Congress not to reject vetted refugees, including those from Syria, that seek to come to the United States.

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Brussels Put on Maximum Terror Alert, Virtual Lockdown of the City

Belgian authorities have raised the terror alert in Brussels to the maximum (level 4) and have canceled major entertainment events for fears of an imminent, multi-pronged jihadist attack on the city, similar to those of November 13 in Paris.

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Arizona Sheriff: John Kerry Must Resign After Blaming Paris Attack Victims

Congressional candidate Paul Babeu declared Secretary of State John Kerry disqualified to hold any office, including secretary of state, after Kerry implied that he understood the rationale behind the terrorist attack on French magazine Charlie Hebdo, which left a dozen people dead.


Obama Frees 5 Guantánamo Detainees, Including Bin Laden Bodyguard

The Defense Department announced on Monday that five Yemeni nationals have been released from the Guantánamo Bay detention camp, including an Al Qaeda terrorist who reportedly had close ties with Osama bin Laden. They are in transit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the Pentagon said.

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Palestinian Lawyers Honor Terrorist for Suicide Murders

JERUSALEM—Muhannad al-Halabi was a Palestinian law student who was killed by Israeli authorities, following al-Halabi’s stabbing of two Israeli citizens to death in the Old City—which is part of Jerusalem—on Oct. 4, 2015. Al-Halabi is now being honored as a

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Teen Used Federal Financial Aid in Attempt to Join ISIS

Minnesota resident Hanad Mustofe Musse pleaded guilty Wednesday to conspiring with no fewer than eight individuals to travel to Syria and provide material support to designated foreign terrorist organization ISIS/ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria/the Levant) using federal aid funds.


Texas Border: Life-Long Democrat Hispanic Voter Says He Would Vote for Trump

A Hispanic Texan who is a life-long Democrat and lives in the border town of Laredo came out to the airport to give Donald Trump a message. Draped in an American flag, he told Breitbart Texas he is ready for something different and would vote for Trump in the 2016 Texas Republican Primary.

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Boko Haram Fuses with ISIS in Dangerous New Alliance

After swearing allegiance to ISIS in March, the Islamist terrorist group Boko Haram has now gone a step further, adopting the new name of the “Islamic State’s West Africa Province,” or ISWAP. The title change is more than semantic, and galvanizes the radical Islamist forces in Africa and the Middle East.

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French Police Foil Church Attack, Arrest Alleged Jihadi Who Shot Himself

French authorities arrested a 24-year-old Algerian, allegedly planning an “imminent attack” on the nation’s churches. The man, believed to be an aspiring ISIS jihadist “known to security services as having expressed a wish to travel to Syria,” was arrested after shooting himself.


Vehicular Jihad: Palestinian Plows Car Into Cyclist, at Least Six Israeli Officers

In the latest case of “vehicular jihad,” on Friday, a Palestinian terrorist rammed his car into a cyclist and at least six other Israeli Border Patrol officers. Witnesses on scene said the jihadist was driving along a road in Jerusalem when he intentionally turned onto the side of the road in an attempt to kill his Jewish victims. After crashing the car, the man exited his vehicle wielding a knife, according to reports.


Obama: Terrorist Are Not Religious Leaders, US Not at War With Islam

Wednesday at the White House Summit on Countering Violent Extremism, President Barack Obama addressed  the controversy over his administration’s refusal  to label terrorists like ISIS and al Qaeda radical Islamic extremist. The president said, “Leading up to this summit, there


Another Benghazi Cover-Up

Contrary to what the Obama administration had initially claimed in its public comments, top U.S. diplomatic officials knew the U.S. compound in Benghazi, Libya, was under terrorist attack on September 11, 2012.

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Terrorist Tradecraft Is to Purposefully Confuse Jihadist Affiliation

Most national security analysts had assumed that both of the Paris terrorist attacks on the offices of Charlie Hebdo by the Kouachi brothers and the shooting of a policewoman and attack on a kosher market by Amedy Coulibaly had been sponsored by al-Qaeda as one-upmanship in their rivalry with the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS). But after his death in a shoot-out, a video was released indicating Coulibaly was on an ISIS mission.


Hebdo Massacre Linked to Former San Diego Student Al-Awlaki

A deceased Al-Qaeda terrorist leader who once studied at San Diego State University, and was considered a “moderate Muslim” before leaving the U.S. for Yemen, has been linked to two terrorists who killed 12 in last week’s Charlie Hebdo attack