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Iran Already Intimidated by Trump

P. David Hornik, Middle Eastern analysts say a vicious regime is being brought to heel. An analysis by MEMRI (the Middle East Media Research Institute) finds that the Trump administration’s tough stance toward Iran is already having an effect. Analyses of the very complex Middle Eastern chessboard abound, and assessments by knowledgeable people not infrequently

Social media giants fight Trump’s anti-terror plan while providing platform for terrorists

Brooke Singman, Twitter’s $1.6 million pledge to help fight the White House’s anti-terror immigration order is just the latest case of social media companies taking on Trump, but critics say the same companies are doing next to nothing to stop dangerous radicals from using their platforms to spread hate. According to sources, radical social media

Iranian ‘Military-Religious Amusement Park’ Lets Kids Practice Attacks on Israel

John Hayward, The Middle East Media Research Institute has published a translation of an interview from late September in which Child and the Future Cultural Center director Hamid Sadeghi talked about Iran’s new City of Games for Revolutionary Children Park. The center is an “amusement park” in which children from 8 to 13 years of

Saudis Fire Back, Blame US for 9/11: Legal expert gets it half right

Kurt Nimmo, InfoWars  The Saudis, angered by the Senate’s unanimous vote approving a bill allowing the families of 9/11 victims to sue their country, have tapped Saudi legal expert Katib al-Shammari to come up with an explanation for what happened on September 11, 2001. The text was originally published by the London-based Al-Hayat daily and translated

Saudi Daily: ˜Satanic’ Bill Allowing Kingdom to be Sued For 9/11 Will ˜Open Gates Of Hell’ For U.S.

Breitbart, The article accuses the U.S. of bypassing international law. TEL AVIV – The Saudi press slammed the U.S. for its “despicable” double standard in regard to a proposed bill that would allow victims of the September 11 attacks to sue the kingdom, claiming that the move would “open the gates of hell,” enabling all countries that have

IS ANYWHERE SAFE? Al Qaeda mag calls for attacks on US business leaders ” in their own homes

The latest issue of Al Qaeda’s online magazine Inspire released Saturday calls on would-be jihadis to undermine the American economy by targeting business leaders and entrepreneurs, according to analysts who monitor web chatter from the jihadist organization. The newest edition obtained by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) features a cover with the headline

Video Answers Why Some Succumb to Hate


The Jewish world is still coping with the aftermath of Monday’s violence in Jerusalem. Today Reuven Rivlin, the Speaker of Israel’s Knesset visited a 17-year-old Arab in the hospital where he was still recovering from injuries inflicted by a gang of Jewish teenagers who assaulted him and two others in the capital’s Zion Square. Rivlin