Iranian front group Muslim Congress holds its annual convention honoring the Islamic regime.
U.S. Army tacitly endorses a religiously bigoted position: it is fine for Muslim service members to kill non-Muslims, but killing Muslims is grounds for an honorable discharge.
Internal emails and faxes document the university’s collusion with the 56-nation Organization of the Islamic Conference to promote criminalizing “Islamophobia.”
Despite knowing the Hamas ties of Kifah Mustapha, the FBI gave him a guided tour of a top-secret counterterrorism center and access to classified investigative techniques. (And don't miss: "Islamic terrorist Adam Gadahn: Buy ‘fully automatic weapons’ at gun show, kill Americans.")
A review of Erick Stakelbeck’s The Terrorist Next Door: How the Government is Deceiving You about the Islamist Threat.
Congressional sources disclose further revelations. Is more Bush blame and media blackout on the way?
DOJ defends stopping terror finance prosecutions of Islamic leaders by falling back to an old chestnut; Congress is already asking questions.
(UPDATE: Rep. Peter King demands answers following Poole's previous article on this topic.) An explosive, must-read interview brings sunlight to our counterproductive "outreach" programs. The case of the missing Somali men from Minneapolis highlights the failure and the absurdity.
High-level source concedes DOJ let off CAIR co-founders and others for political reasons.
PJM reveals a court filing showing that federal prosecutors have admitted a terror threat involving an Al-Shabaab human smuggler who claimed asylum.
Because they are the radicalization problem. (Patrick Poole will be covering Thursday's hearings live on PJTV. And don't miss this PJTV FLASHBACK: "Roger Simon calls for congressional hearing on censorship of Islamic terminology")
For his congressional hearings on Islamic radicalization, Rep. Peter King doesn’t need to look far for examples.
Appeasement and outreach are no match for the enemy’s civilizational jihad.
The group previously hosted the now-wanted al-Qaeda cleric Anwar al-Awlaki in the weeks after 9/11.
Just last week, a Columbus newspaper assured readers there were no local Somali jihadist recruits.
Al-Awlaki Led Prayer Services for Congressional Muslim Staffers Association After 9/11 (PJM Exclusive)
The terrorist now subject to a "kill or capture" order was welcomed in D.C. immediately after 9/11. He is far from the only terrorist welcomed by the CMSA.
Why do top MSA leaders keep joining terror groups and involving themselves in terror plots?
A Memphis newspaper refuses to discuss its article describing PJM's report as inaccurate, despite confirmation from the FBI that PJM was absolutely correct.
A Memphis mosque turns to its dinosaur media allies over a PJM story on a Hamas fundraiser’s scheduled appearance.
Mohammed al-Hanooti raised six million dollars for Hamas. He is set to appear from July 13 through 15 at a mosque near the University of Memphis.
Military leaders are moving even further from readiness after the Ft. Hood massacre.
How incompetent is the National Counterterrorism Center? They invited a notorious hatemonger to speak on de-radicalization.
Multiple terror plots, increased radicalization, and continued government incompetence bode ill for 2010. (Also read Ron Radosh: "A Foreign Policy Wish for the New Year")
Leaders of a nonviolent Columbus mosque finger local al-Shabaab supporters — who want control of the mosque — for intimidation by arson.