9/11/2007 | News |
Transcript (translated into English) of bin Laden's 9/11 anniversary video, courtesy of the NY Daily News
Follow this link to the complete translation of the bin Laden video.
9/10/2007 | News | Associated Press
Al-Qaida said Monday that it will release a new video of Osama bin Laden presenting the last testament of one of the Sept. 11 suicide hijackers, marking the sixth anniversary of the attacks. The announcement from the terror group's media arm came only days after bin Laden appeared in his first video in three years, giving an address to the American people, lecturing them to abandon capitalism and democracy and convert to Islam.
9/6/2007 | News | Fox News
The warning was posted Sept. 2 on a site frequented by radical groups and said in part that "there will be a special gift coming on the day of the blessed invasion of Manhattan." Federal officials told FOX News they are trying to determine if it might be a specific warning or just part of broad chatter that has been heard during the last few months. Postings talking about "gifts" have been seen before in the days leading up to the anniversary of Sept. 11.
8/27/2007 | News | Audrey Hudson
The Justice Department is co-sponsoring a convention held by the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) — an unindicted co-conspirator in an ongoing federal terrorist funding case — a move that is raising concerns among the Justice's rank and file.
8/27/2007 | News | Investor's Business Daily
Homeland Security: Oops, New York officials hired a pro-jihad radical to run a controversial new Arabic academy. The principal quit after critics outed her. What else don't officials know?
8/16/2007 | News | Middle East Media Research Institute
In a message posted August 12, 2007 on Islamist websites, ISI commander Sheikh Abu 'Ubaida threatens the Coalition forces, saying that the coming month of Ramadan (which begins September 13, 2007) will be "a month of death and screams" in which they will be struck without mercy.
8/14/2007 | News | Jim Brown
A leading counterterrorism analyst warns a taxpayer-funded Arabic language school set to open next month in New York City will likely be pushing an Islamist ideology.
8/9/2007 | News | MEMRI
Extremist Islam makes extensive use of the Internet. One can hardly imagine the growth of radical Islam and its jihadi organizations in recent years without the immense reach, impact and capabilities of the Internet.
8/9/2007 | News | The Middle East Media Research Institute
"The laws of Islam, to which anyone who joins it agrees, forbid someone born a Muslim, or someone who [begins] to believe in Islam [at some point in his life] of his own free will, to rebel against Islam and to move to any other religion...
4/12/2007 | News | Frank Gaffney
A disturbing chronicle of how a series originally conceived to bring balance to PBS' programming has devolved into another exercise in throttling free speech in the name of political correctness.