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Jan 31, 2018 0 Comments

Fighting crime, drugs, and terror

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.

About the Author
  • J.D. GORDON
    J.D. GORDON J.D. Gordon is a retired Navy Commander who served as a Pentagon spokesman in the Office of the Secretary of Defense from 2005-09. He is a communications consultant to several Washington, D.C.-based think tanks, and SFS senior fellow for Strategic Communications. Follow him on Twitter: @Jeffrey_Gordon
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