Steven L. Pomerantz, JINSA's Director of Counter-Terrorism Programs and former Chief of Counter-Terrorism at the FBI addresses the threat Iran could pose should they choose to utilize existing resources in the U.S. to mount a terrorist attack.
As long as Iran and al Qaeda threaten the United States, Yemen's Houthi rebellion and al Qaeda's presence in Yemen work against U.S. and Saudi interests and security regardless of who governs from Sanaa. Tackling these issues is key to ensuring Yemen's long-term stability and the principal way to protect America, argues JINSA Research Associate Zach Paikin.
The ongoing consolidation of power by the anti-liberal AKP government of Prime Minister Erdogan in Turkey may well represent a longer term threat to Western interests in the Middle East than the ruling mullahs in Iran, argues JINSA Research Associate Zach Paikin.
The Fight for the Truth Described by Founder at Spring 2007 Board Meeting
Andrew Whitehead spoke to JINSA leaders at the Spring 2007 Board Meeting about his legal victory over the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) after the group filed a lawsuit to shut down his Anti-CAIR website. Whitehead used the website to publish the ugly truth behind CAIR's foreign funding and its leadership's support for terrorists and radical, anti-American causes.
Choudhury Exposes Fundamentalist Islamism in "Tolerant" Bangladesh
Former Bangladeshi political prisoner Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury urges the United States to pay close attention to the rising tide of Islamist extremism in moderate Muslim countries if it is to prevent the radicalization of their populations.
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