Court documents state that Shahnaz traveled to Jordan in January 2016 to volunteer with the CAIR, MPAC, Muslim Brotherhood-linked Syrian American Medical Society.
A Post analysis of the 311 data by ZIP code not only revealed what New Yorkers love to hate, but where they hate it most
The defendants Enayatullah Khwaja, Abdulrahman Khwaja, Rahimi and Rhamatzada will be arraigned at the Federal District Court in Central Islip, NY
“You'll see the heavy weapons teams deployed strategically along the route, radiation detection pagers with the counter terrorism personnel there to monitor the air."
Surveillance footage captured Ullah walking through the subway terminal and detonating his IED.
The sisters previously fled to a shelter in Fairfax, and begged police not to tell the family where they were.
"The Taliban are bringing back their old generation, which means the Taliban have not changed their thinking or their leadership"
Muslims at NYU want to expel yoga practitioners and prohibit the school from storing alcohol in the campus mini-mosques, among other demands.
The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said there was overwhelming evidence against Mustafa Kamel Mustafa (aka Abu Hamza), 60.
Nauman Hussain was charged with one count of criminally negligent homicide involving all 20 crash victims
'Allah' shouting 37-year-old Farrukh Aszal has NOT been charged with a hate (bias) crime.
"it was ironic for Rutgers to pride itself on being an institution of free speech yet they canceled a speech because of “a previous denunciation of ISIS..."
Mohammed used her pharmacies to steal from publicly funded health care programs and fund her lavish lifestyle,
Shahed Hussain arrived in the United States in 1994 after fleeing his native Pakistan where he had been arrested for murder.
Plans to use the money not for civic improvement but for Islamic proselytizing
Connor McGregor’s smack talk sheds light on some of the terror-linked characters who have been linked to his Muslim opponent, Khabib Nurmagomedov.
Speaking through an interpreter, the defiant jihadi said the Islamic State was “leading a war” and was “fighting to impose Shariah on earth.”
A Law Department rep said "the resolution of these matters were in the best interest of all parties involved."
“There was definitely guns being bought from that [Siraj Wahhaj's] mosque,” the detective said. When asked if he observed sales, the former undercover detective said yes.
"Malik is one of the poster boys for Islamic cops in the 72nd Precinct.”