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French soldiers secure the area as shots are exchanged in Saint-Denis, France, near Paris, November 18, 2015 during an operation to catch fugitives from Friday night's deadly attacks in the French capital.   REUTERS/Jacky Naegelen

Paris shootout: 2 dead, incl. female suicide bomber, 7 arrested as police, army hunt suspects

By The French police and army swooped on a Paris suburb early Wednesday amid heavy gunfire and explosions in the hunt for those behind last Friday’s attacks. At least two extremists, including a female suicide bomber, have been killed. Seven people were arrested during the raid. Residents of the suburb of Saint-Denis, north of […]

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Breaking: Syrian ‘Refugee’ Already MISSING IN LOUISIANA

By Liberals continue to tell us the “vetting process” for refugees is under control. They insist the federal government is monitoring every Syrian once they make it to America. But, of course, that’s a total fallacy. At least one Syrian refugee that was in the process of resettling in the Baton Rouge area has already […]

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Obama plan for Syrian refugees scrambled by state opposition

By The Paris terror attacks may have put a clamp on President Obama’s plans to resettle 10,000 Syrian refugees over the next year, as the number of governors saying they won’t take them swells. At the same time, top congressional lawmakers are urging the administration to halt the plan. House Homeland Security Committee Chairman […]

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Sinai plane crash WAS an act of terror, says Putin as he vows to hunt down bombers who downed jet ‘in any part of planet’

By Vladimir Putin gas vowed to ‘punish’ those responsible for bringing down a Russian jet over the Sinai desert last month, after he confirmed that a bomb was responsible for the crash. The Russian president claimed that the jet was blown up by a home-made bomb containing 1.5kg of explosives, resulting in the loss of […]

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Merciless ISIS gunmen even butchered fans in WHEELCHAIRS: New details emerge of the horrific slaughter in the Bataclan concert hall

By An hour into the rock concert, the atmosphere was frenetic. The band had just finished playing a number called Save A Prayer and — having told their raucous Parisian fans they loved them — they were launching into another favourite, Kiss The Devil. How sickeningly ironic these song titles seem now. As the […]

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How Movies Throughout History Show the Evolution of Terrorism

By: Although we generally view films as entertaining distractions, they’re also important reflections of their time. Movies are a reaction to what’s going on in reality and, in many cases, a format by which we can attempt to understand reality. By looking at Hollywood war and action movies from different years, you can get […]

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The Avenger

By: When Ken Dornstein learned that Pan Am Flight 103 had exploded, he did not realize that his older brother, David, was on the plane. It was December 22, 1988, and Ken, a sophomore at Brown University, was at home, in Philadelphia, on winter break. Over breakfast, he read about the disaster in the […]

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Why Not More 9/11 Attacks?

By: Could [another 9/11] attack happen tomorrow? Of course. But once every 13 years would still be an anomalous event, not a systemic threat. Remember the talk as the rubble smoldered of hundreds, maybe thousands, of “sleeper cells” lurking out there, waiting to strike? Well, we now know there were none at the time, […]

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French Police Searching Calais Refugee Camps for “Refugee” Plotting Jihad Terror Attack in U.K.

By: But remember: if you’re concerned about jihad terrorists among the refugees, you’re a racist, bigoted “Islamophobe.” “Syrian ISIS suspect ‘is sleeping rough in Calais refugee camps in the hope of sneaking into the UK to wage terror,’” by Tom Kelly and John Hall, MailOnline, September 10, 2015: A frantic manhunt is underway for […]

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Charlie Who? Dutch Muslim Actor Threatened for Playing Jesus

By: How well so many of us remember. It wasn’t very long ago – barely eight months – since Muslim extremists stormed the offices of Charlie Hebdo in Paris, killing 12 of the satirical magazine’s editors and artists. And how well we remember, too, the hours and days that followed as the world declared […]

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Arab Bank Settles U.S. Litigation Over Attacks by Militants

By: Arab Bank Plc has agreed to settle litigation brought by hundreds of Americans who accused it of facilitating militant attacks in Israel, nearly a year after a U.S. jury found the bank liable. The settlement was confirmed on Friday by Michael Elsner, a lawyer for the plaintiffs, and a spokesman for Arab Bank. […]

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Terror Engineering

By: From Benghazi to Turkey, the ISIS “supply lines” are directly from NATO-controlled territory, and apparently it never occurs to the minds of Western media to ask where, in fact, the so-called Islamic State obtains their arms. The reason for this is obvious, as it would demonstrate that the Islamic State is not a […]

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Ten-Year Anniversary of the London 7/7 Bombings

By: Ceremonies are taking place across London on the tenth anniversary of the 7/7 terrorist attacks. Four explosions killed 52 people and injured over 700 others across four locations on London’s transport system. A memorial service is taking place at 11:00 am local time in St. Paul’s Cathedral, while a minute of silence will […]

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Watch as a Midland Couple Tell How They Fled for Their Lives in Tunisia Terror Attack

By: [youtube] A young couple have told how they fled for their lives in a tuk-tuk as gunman Seifeddine Rezgui murdered holidaymakers on the beach nearby. Matt Preece and fiance Daisy Earl, both aged 23, heard explosions as the shootings began and believe the gunman had walked past them shortly beforehand. The Kidderminster […]

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Hungry FBI Creating Fake Terrorists

By: In the 14 years since 9/11, you can count about six real terrorist attacks in the United States. These include the Boston Marathon bombings in 2013, as well as failed attacks, such as the time when a man named Faisal Shahzad tried to deliver a car bomb to Times Square. In those same […]

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