by Thomas Lifson
Jihad? What jihad?
No matter how much Loretta Lynch and President Obama attempt to obscure the global Islamist jihad campaign to destroy our civilization, reality keeps offering examples. Needless to say, the mainstream media is fully on board with the Obama efforts, so you probably didn’t hear about three other news items this week related to the jihad. The Clarion Project, an invaluable source of information on the threat, noticed:
The ostrich strategy of the Obama administration and its media allies may work through the November election, but as a long term plan, it is guaranteed loser.
- A man from Kosovo pled guilty to providing material support to the Islamic State in a Virginia court on Wednesday. Ardit Ferizi, 20, hacked into a U.S. online retailer and stole the personal information of 1,351 U.S. military personnel and federal officials. He passed the information on to British Islamic State hacker Junaid Hussain with the understanding ISIS would carry out attacks against those individuals. (snip)
- A Turkish businessman in New York pleaded guilty to selling restricted missile supplies to the Iranian regime in violation of sanctions placed on Iran. Erdal Kuyumcu, 44, the chief executive of Global Metallurgy LLC smuggled 450 kilograms of cobalt-nickel metallic powder to Iran via Turkey. The powder is used in missiles and nuclear technology. (snip)
- A man in Texas has been jailed after threatening to kill people who refused to take a copy of the Quran he was handing out. He was found ranting about Allah and wandering around in the town of Denton. He was asked to leave the University of North Texas and reportedly went into a women's Presbyterian clinic and told the staff to take a copy of the Quran to the chaplain or "die."
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