Sinema defended rogue lawyer convicted of aiding a convicted Islamic jihadist by passing on secret messages from prison to a U.S.-designated terror group, the Islamic Group.
Saudi Arabia is scooping up large swaths of land in Northern Virginia, just a stone's throw away from the nation's capital...as well as in Arizona and California.
Osman also told agents he had been recruited by the terrorist group and that he lost his hands while handling a homemade explosive in 2009.
Obama-era Muslim refugees Mohamed Abdirahman Osman and his wife, lied about his true name and nationality and denial of his association with members of al-Shabab, a designated terrorist organization.
As police tried to get Hussein to sit in a chair, he reportedly resisted by grabbing a female officer by the neck.
Police said she was then taken against her will from Monroe Community College to the Motel 6 in Gates where she was sexually assaulted.
‘After speaking with the student and the student’s parents, it is apparent the comment was a misguided attempt at humor.
Qatar Foundation International (QFI) sponsored a continuing-education event titled “Middle East 101” for public-school teachers in Phoenix, Ariz.
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Abu Talib Al-Amriki previously posted on his Google Plus account, “We need to get down with this ISIS S***.”
Deedra Abboud helped raise bail money for a Muslim terrorist who was later killed attempting to kill hundreds of people at an event in Texas.
Thompson was labeled as an “avowed jihadist” by court documents and had numerous interactions with ISIS websites.
Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem was convicted of conspiring to help ISIS in the 2015 jihad attack in Texas; plotted to bomb 2015 Super Bowl
Phoenix has 17,300 "residents" from one of the seven countries identified by the Obama admin as Islamic terror hotspots.
The prosecutor called el-Gammal, 44, an "ambassador for ISIS right here in America"
The idea of terrorists using the southern frontier to gain access to the US is not merely hypothetical
CAIR - cited as unindicted co-conspirators in Holy Land Foundation case, want their convicted Muslim terror-funding brothers released.
Abu Talib Al-Amriki reportedly posted on his Google Plus account in October, "We need to get down with this ISIS S***."
Khan expressed to an FBI undercover operative his desire to kill hundreds of people in Arizona through “lone jihadist” attacks
Her husband, a member of the Islamic faith, had issues of jihadi magazines "Inspire" and "Dabiq," and "44 ways of Supporting Jihad" in his prison cell