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  • February 24, 2016|Johanna MarkindIndependent Journal Review

    Can Politically Correct Puppetry Win the War on Islamic Extremism?

    Originally published under the title "The FBI Launched A Tool To Fight ISIS Online, But The PC Police Made Them Remove References To Islam." On February 8, 2016, the FBI launched its "Don't Be a Puppet" website. Designed to resemble a video game, the

  • February 15, 2016|Johanna MarkindThe Daily Caller

    Lessons from Al Capone on Countering Islamist Violence

    Eighty-seven years ago yesterday, Al Capone's South Side gang lured leading members of Bugs Moran's North Side Irish gang into a Chicago garage and gunned them down execution style in what became known as the St. Valentine's Day Massacre. Amid...

  • February 02, 2016|Johanna MarkindThe American Thinker

    DHS and the Dearborn Muslim Community: A Relationship on the Rocks?

    On January 13, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson trekked to Dearborn, Michigan, where he spoke to students and law enforcement at the University of Michigan – Dearborn about the department's efforts to engage the Muslim...

  • January 28, 2016|Johanna MarkindThe Daily Caller

    Is Facebook Biased Against Israel and Jews?

    Originally published under the title "Facebook On Incitement Against Muslims And Jews: A Tale Of Two Responses." Although Facebook's ground rules officially prohibit bullying, harassment, and threatening language, last year it received numerous

  • January 14, 2016|Johanna MarkindIndependent Journal Review

    Islamism Responsible for More U.S. Murders than 'Right-Wing' Extremism

    Originally published under the title "Islamist Violence Is Responsible for More Murders in the U.S. than 'Right Wing Extremism'." Every murder is a tragedy, for the victims, their families, and their friends, and that remains true no matter who...

  • November 13, 2015|Johanna MarkindPJ Media

    Sixth Circuit Rejects Muslim 'Heckler's Veto' Against Christian Group

    Christians around the world have faced persecution in recent years. While it is most severe in places like Iraq, Iran, Pakistan, Nigeria, and Sudan, it occurs in other places as well. In Dearborn, Michigan, for example. Dearborn used to host an...

  • November 04, 2015|Johanna MarkindThe American Thinker

    Court Ruling Could Hinder U.S. Investigation of Islamists

    Edited version of an article originally published under the title "Will Hassan Undermine Domestic Intelligence?" The political struggle over the right balance between protecting the public and avoiding undue intrusion into private lives has taken a

  • November 03, 2015|Johanna MarkindThe American Thinker

    Report: Muslim Intimidation Pervasive in British Prisons

    Originally published under the title "Islam in British Prisons." Muslim Abuse of Non-Muslim Prisoners Recent media reports of government investigations indicate that throughout the United Kingdom's category A prisons – those holding the most serious

  • October 30, 2015|Johanna MarkindThe American Thinker

    How Much Does the U.S. Government Still Deal with CAIR?

    Several federal agencies appear to have ongoing contacts with an organization that has been connected to international terrorism. October 6 Conference Call with DHS, DOJ & FBI On October 6, 2015, according to Department of Homeland Security...

  • October 08, 2015|Johanna MarkindThe American Thinker

    What's the Goal of DOJ's Strong Cities Network?

    On September 29, 2015, with the endorsement of Attorney General Loretta Lynch, a group called the Strong Cities Network was launched at the United Nations. According to its website, Strong Cities "aims to connect cities and other local...

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