Bitcoin dismissed as a currency for terrorists and drug dealers
ISIS declaration to use bitcoin coincides with government plan to eradicate alternative currency.
by Kurt Nimmo
Over 100 Children Among 600 Dead in Gaza
Over 3,000 injured and more than 100,000 now seeking refuge in UN shelters.
by Jon Queally

9/11 Commission: Americans Need to Be More Fearful of Terrorism
Public fatigue and waning sense of urgency over terrorism threatens U.S. security, panel says.
by Reuters
Government agents 'directly involved' in most high-profile US terror plots
FBI created terrorists out of law-abiding individuals.
by Spencer Ackerman

Al Qaeda renews its oath of allegiance to Taliban leader Mullah Omar
The Islamic State is an al Qaeda offshoot that has been openly at odds with al Qaeda for more than one year.
by Thomas Joscelyn
Deaths as Israeli tanks shell Gaza hospital
Civilian toll rises as patients die in al-Aqsa Hospital in third attack on a hospital.
by Aljazeera

Iraqi Christians facing a ‘crime against humanity’
ISIS issued ultimatum to Mosul’s Christians to either convert, pay a tax, leave or face imminent execution.
by Al Arabiya News
NSA Doc Reveals ISIS Leader Al-Baghdadi is U.S., British and Israeli Intelligence Asset
NSA documents add more detail to plan to destabilize Middle East.
by Kurt Nimmo


Terror Plot Targeting Eiffel Tower, Louvre Foiled, French Police Claim
French authorities found coded messages from a high-ranking Al Qaeda member.
by Fox News
ISIS Leader Preaches Holy War
Persecution of the Shia as apostates is central to al-Baghdadi’s ideology.
by Patrick Cockburn

Islamist terror threat to west blown out of proportion - former MI6 chief
Extremists are now focused on Middle East and giving them publicity in west counter-productive.
by Richard Norton-Taylor

Could Obama Be Supporting The Rise Of ISIS?
Shocking claim Obama behind newly formed Islamic State.
by Kris Kane
Airports facing chaos after US declares it won't allow uncharged cellphones or laptops onto flights bound for America
The US has declared that it will not allow cellphones – especially iPhones and Samsung’s Galaxy – onto US bound planes from some airports in Europe, the Middle East and Africa if the devices are not charged. The new measure, which is bound to cause chaotic scenes at airports around the globe, is part of […]
by James Nye

Man at Center of Alleged Central California Al-Qaida 'sleeper cell' Challenges Conviction
As usual, an FBI informant helped nab the terror suspect.
by AP
Islamic State Claims It Is Shooting Down Black Hawk Helicopters and U.S. Pilots in Iraq
Stinger anti-aircraft missiles now in ISIS inventory.
by Kurt Nimmo