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Western Leaders Are In OVER THEIR HEADS with Islamic Jihadists and MUST COME CLEAN

THREE TERRORISTS FEDS WANT YOU TO IGNORE By Walid Shoebat and Ben Barrack **SHOEBAT EXCLUSIVE** Everyone knows that when you’re in the human intelligence business, you have to engage and deal with dirty characters. What happens, however, when those dirty characters who double as informants, spies or human intelligence assets commit heinous crimes? Do their […]

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America’s Most Embarrassing Muslim Spy and His Terrorist Connections have been COVERED UP and are NOW EXPOSED

By Walid Shoebat and Ben Barrack **SHOEBAT EXCLUSIVE** When Ali Mohamed, the most embarrassing Muslim spy to ever join America’s ranks, was caught and ‘trusted experts’ acknowledged his deep involvement with Islamic terrorism, specifically Al-Qaeda, the government covered up his role as a double agent. It’s an old story many consider dust in the wind until of […]

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Obama ADMITS To Defending Islamic Terrorists

In the days after Egypt’s President Mohammed Mursi was removed power last year, a White House petition was started that called on the Obama administration to designate the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization. Sixteen months later, we finally have a response. It reads (h/t DC): “We have not seen credible evidence that the Muslim […]

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EXCLUSIVE: Benghazi Now a COVER-UP by both Democrats and Republicans

By Walid Shoebat and Ben Barrack **SHOEBAT EXCLUSIVE** The 36-page House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) report on Benghazi has finally been released and it smacks of cover-up. There are several highly questionable assertions in the report but also one very critical omission. In November of 2013, Committee Chairman Mike Rogers (R-MI) was interviewed […]

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Trial EXTREMELY Damaging to Obama being Covered Up

On Today’s Show… In 2006, former CIA Director James Woolsey gave a speech in which he seemed to strongly imply that rogue regimes in the Middle East should be overthrown. The strategy expressed a desire to make the Hosni Mubarak regime and the Saudi Royal family ‘nervous’ by the U.S. turning its attention to Syria, […]

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NYT Reporter Merits Lara Logan Treatment over Benghazi

If CBS’s Lara Logan was run out of 60 Minutes on a rail over a discredited witness, New York Times’ Cairo (emphasis on CAIRO) Bureau Chief David Kirkpatrick should suffer the same fate, at minimum. You see, in his fictional December 28th missive, Kirkpatrick said that neither al-Qaeda nor any international terrorist groups were involved […]

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Senate Committee briefed on Jailed Benghazi Suspect

Halfway through five pages of written testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, terrorism expert Thomas Joscelyn presented Congress with something that has been getting very short shrift in the media. The terrorist who founded a network involved in the Benghazi attacks last year is in custody but U.S. Intelligence still does not have access […]

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When Fox News covered Egyptian connection to Benghazi

Catherine Herridge, who long ago demonstrated that she is one of the best mainstream media journalists in an era when journalism is hard to find in that realm, reported in November of 2012 that Mohammed Jamal Abdo Al-Kashif, the head of the Jamal Network, was a suspect in the Benghazi attacks that took place two […]

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CBS’ 60 Minutes avoids Egyptian Connection to Benghazi

The 60 Minutes piece by Lara Logan on the Benghazi attacks was well done. It included excerpts of interviews with State Department whistleblower Gregory Hicks, Lt. Col. Andrew Wood, and a British security official who was in charge of the Libyans who were hired to provide security, Libyans he didn’t seem impressed by. Here’s the […]

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Isn’t it time to make this Benghazi Suspect Famous?

Reports of U.S. Intelligence documents being leaked in Egypt show a lead suspect in Benghazi attack met with brother of al-Qaeda leader and was pardoned by then Egyptian president Mohammed Mursi. Last year, a left-wing group known as Invisible Children – as evidenced by the group’s love for Samantha Power and Cass Sunstein – launched […]

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Where is the Leader of Jamal Network?

On October 7th, the State Department designated Muhammad Jamal Abdo Al-Kashif and his Jamal network (MJN) as terrorist entities. Al-Kashif’s MJN is widely believed to have been involved in the Benghazi attack. What has also been widely reported is that Al-Kashif was released from prison in early 2011 after the ouster of Hosni Mubarak. Via […]

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Will arrest of Libyan affect Benghazi Investigation?

It’s hard to argue that the capture of Abu Anas al Libi in Tripoli isn’t a good thing but is it possible that his capture may have actually helped to reinforce the Benghazi stonewall? At least one U.S. official seems to indicate that the arrest of al Libi may have given the Benghazi attackers a […]

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State Dept acknowledges Egyptian Terror Group in Libya

**NOTE: This Post constitutes EXHIBIT AF in our “Ironclad” Report.** Regular visitors to our site are likely familiar with the name Muhammad Jamal Abdo Al-Kashif. He is an Egyptian whose name inspired the Jamal Network that has been widely acknowledged to have played a role in the Benghazi attack on 9/11/12. Al-Kashif was released from […]

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Benghazi: Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood implicated

As promised, below you will find what we believe to be a Benghazi bombshell, published at Pajamas Media. There are no hyperlinks in the Executive Summary; they can all be found in the full report. Executive Summary When it comes to the Benghazi attacks, there is clearly an effort underway to avoid implicating Ansar Al-Sharia […]

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