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Florida: Muslim sent bomb-making instructions to numerous supporters of ‘violent jihad’

[ December 17, 2018 ]

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[ December 17, 2018 ]

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[ December 17, 2018 ]

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[ December 17, 2018 ]

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[ December 17, 2018 ]

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[ December 17, 2018 ]

Washington State Women’s March Closing Due to Antisemitism at National Organization

[ December 17, 2018 ]

California: Supporters of “Palestinian” jihad terror deface memorial to victims of Pittsburgh synagogue massacre

[ December 17, 2018 ]

New York synagogue hosts Jew-haters Linda Sarsour and Tamika Mallory to debunk accusations of antisemitism

[ December 17, 2018 ]

France: Migrants storm Victor Hugo play at Comedie Francaise demanding asylum

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Prime Minister Harper Fires back at Hamas-CAIR: “We will not take seriously criticism from an organization with documented ties to a terrorist organization such as Hamas”


In a letter sent to Harper on Tuesday, the National Council of Canadian Muslims said it objected to the presence of Toronto Rabbi Daniel Korobkin as part of Harper’s official delegation.

Korobkin declined to comment, but Jason MacDonald, the prime minister’s director of communications, slammed the NCCM — formerly known as the Canadian Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR-CAN — for even making the suggestion.

“We will not take seriously criticism from an organization with documented ties to a terrorist organization such as Hamas,” MacDonald said…

The Atlas Interview: Bat Ye’or

JULY 6TH ***UPDATED TRANSCRIPT*** MORE TO FOLLOW*** I spent the most extraordinary afternoon with Bat Ye’or. I am overwhelmed. Much love and thanks to Andrew Bostom for suggesting it. Diminutive. powerful, clear — I hold Bat Ye’or most dear. Her bravery is daunting. The difficulty she faced from “our” side is difficult to grasp. Listen…

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