Homeland Insecurity: The FBI’s arrest of a group of New Jersey and New York Muslims trying to organize a “small army” for the Islamic State leaves little doubt we are facing a full-blown Islamic insurgency inside our borders.
According to a just-released federal criminal complaint, five young Muslim men tied to IS were busted conspiring to recruit a small army for the terror group in New Jersey and New York.
The busts bring to 70 the number of IS-inspired terrorists arrested in this country in homeland plots.
Meantime, the FBI reports that all 56 of its field offices have active investigations against other IS suspects.
It’s now clear we’re besieged by a Fifth Column. Yet the White House fatuously insists these are unrelated, unconnected, isolated, one-off “lone wolf” incidents
COPENHAGEN, Denmark — A 36-year-old Eritrean man has confessed to the deadly stabbing of two people at an Ikea store in central Sweden, his defense lawyer said Thursday.
Per-Ingvar Ekblad said the suspect accepted a court’s decision to hold him in custody for two weeks over the stabbing of a woman and her adult son on Monday in Vasteras, west of Stockholm.
The motive was unclear but Sweden’s Migration Agency said it met with the man to discuss his case hours before the attack, adding his deportation was imminent after his application for a residency permit had been rejected.
Police said they had not found any connection between the suspect and the victims.
3. A Swede despins the staggering and toxic cultural-Marxism forced on Sweden after 2 Africans murder 2 Swedes in an obviously racist attack. Why didn’t the Swedes make a movie warning against a backlash against conservatives after Brievik’s attack? It is an excellent question.
The Internet company used by Hillary Clinton to maintain her private server was sued for stealing dozens of phone lines including some which were used by the White House.
Platte River Networks is said to have illegally accessed the master database for all US phone numbers.
It also seized 390 lines in a move that created chaos across the US government.
Among the phone numbers which the company took – which all suddenly stopped working – were lines for White House military support desks, the Department of Defense and the Department of Energy, a lawsuit claims.
Others were the main numbers for major financial institutions, hospitals and the help desk number for T2 Communications, the telecom firm which owned them.
A lawsuit filed on behalf of T2 claims that the mess took 11 days to fix and demands that Platte River pay up $360,000 in compensation.