Terror financing moves underground as U.S. cracks down on jihadi accounts

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The closing of thousands of suspicious terror-linked bank accounts has now resulted in a surge of underground accounts and illegal activity, making the tracking and monitoring of these actions a challenge for federal agencies. The federal government has had access to valuable banking information, established in 2001 by the Patriot Act in the aftermath of the…

Who does Al Qaeda want in the White House?

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A news publication with ties to Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) has published its projections on the U.S. presidential election, predicting who will be the Democratic and Republican nominees and how each individual will deal with the Middle East and Muslims around the world. In an online article published by Al Masra, a…

Brexit: Calls for a U.K exit from the E.U. increase following terror attacks

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In light of the Brussels attacks which revealed a serious lapse in Belgium’s counterterrorism measures, the former head of Britain’s intelligence agency has suggested that the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union would improve British security. A British exit, or ‘Brexit’ from the E.U. would give the U.K. more autonomy vis-à-vis the European Convention…

Seeking better ties with Egypt, Hamas removes Muslim Brotherhood billboards in Gaza

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Hamas has removed all traces of Muslim Brotherhood signage and banners from the streets of Gaza in an attempt to repair relations between the terror group and one-time supporter Egypt, according to Saudi media sources. It is believed that removing all Muslim Brotherhood slogans and visible propaganda, including pictures of the terror group’s founder Hassan…

CIA chief: ISIS attack on U.S. "inevitable," new biological, cyber threats

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Attempts by ISIS to carry out attacks in the United States are “inevitable,” CIA director John Brennan said in Sunday night’s 60 Minutes interview. In an interview with Scott Pelley, CIA director John Brennan said that while the U.S. has the “technical capabilities” and the “human resources,” as a country we have to work harder…

He said; She said: Sanders, Clinton spar on normalizing relations with Iran

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Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders sparred on a number of foreign policy issues at last nights Democratic debate, particularly in offering contrasting approaches to establishing diplomatic relations with Iran. Sanders, who Clinton has repeatedly called out over his lack of foreign policy experience, suggested the U.S. look to first improve relations with Iran and then…