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Jan 31, 2018 0 Comments

Fighting crime, drugs, and terror Articles / Opinion Editorials, Publications

Authors: J.D. GORDON

HizbIn this Washington Times article, author J.D. Gordon details the plight of Attorney General Jeff Sessions to eliminate the threat of terrorist organizations endangering Americans. The fight was furthered this month with the creation of Justice Department’s Hezbollah Financing and Narcoterrorism Team, which vows to “leave no stone unturned.”

This will inevitably lead them to Latin America, where Hezbollah and other terrorist organizations have operated for decades. Gordon writes that Iran’s terror streak is long, deep and complex in Latin America. Inextricably tied to its terror proxy and their trans-national criminal enterprise. It’s time to crack down on Iran and Hezbollah to stop them in their tracks.”

To read more about the deeply entrenched terror streak and how it is affecting the region, follow the link to the complete article, here.

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Jan 18, 2018 0 Comments

The true role of the “fixers” between Iran and Argentina denounced by Nisman Articles / Opinion Editorials, Publications

Authors: JOSEPH HUMIRE

In this Infobae article, Martín Dinatale delves into the continuously evolving and highly contentious international mystery that is the research findings and death of the late Argentine prosecutor: Alberto Nisman. While exploring the concept of “fixers” and “super fixers”, Dinatale details the role that the Islamic Republic of Iran played in the highly controversial Memorandum of Understanding, and the ensuing alleged cover up by former Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner. In this riveting article on international powers influencing Latin American politics, cultural centers and industry, there is no shortage of intrigue surrounding a series of events spanning more than two decades. Who was Alberto Nisman? Who were these Iranian “fixers,” and what were they doing in Argentina? There is plenty to learn in this article.

 

Read the whole article, and uncover a story shrouded in mystery here.

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Jan 12, 2018 0 Comments

Canada needs a better approach to dismantling Islamist networks Articles / Opinion Editorials, Publications

Authors: Candice Malcolm

In a recent Toronto Sun post, Candice Malcolm declares the need for a better approach to dismantle Islamist networks.

Her column thoughtfully differentiates Muslims from Islamists from jihadists.

Malcolm notes “Muslims are individual followers of the Muslim faith; their beliefs are private and in the public realm, they embrace secular values and Western institutions, while Islamists, by contrast, are Muslims who do not separate politics from religion. They want to impose their fundamentalist doctrine of Islam onto our society to create a Muslim theocracy governed by Sharia Law.”

How are jihadists different and why do we “need a better approach to combat these cultural institutions that recruit, radicalize and spread a hateful ideology throughout our communities?”

Read the full article from the Toronto Sun, here.