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FBI seizes Islamic terror training camp in Alabama owned by New Mexico terror trainer Siraj Wahhaj



FBI seizes Islamic terror training camp in Alabama owned by New Mexico terror trainer Siraj Wahhaj

A compound three miles from downtown Tuscegee, Alabama, was seized by FBI last week on suspicion of being a terrorist training camp. It is owned by Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, who was arrested last year for operating a similar camp in New Mexico where minors were being trained in terrorism. The remains of Wahhaj’s 3-year-old son was found on the property.

Siraj Ibn Wahhaj is the son of Imam Siraj Wahhaj, the leader of both the Al-Taqwa mosque in Brooklyn, New York, and The Muslim Alliance in North America (MANA).

The FBI‘s search warrant described the property as a “makeshift military-style obstacle course.”


This should be another wakeup call to all Americans. There are radical elements in our midst who want to kill us. This has always been the case in America and hasn’t always been driven by radical Islam, but in recent years the threat of splinter groups from the Islamic State or other terrorist organizations is rising.

Just because the military wing of the Islamic State in Syria is now eliminated doesn’t mean the remnants within their vast terrorist operations have been thwarted. If anything, terrorism has become their primary focus following the annihilation of their military.

The very concept of terrorism is designed to strike fear. This is not the time to be fearful. We must be diligent, courageous, and outspoken. Our eyes must remain open despite a constant push by the left to stigmatize such actions as Islamophobic.

Safety and security in the face of growing treats is not bigotry. There’s nothing wrong with reporting any potential crimes we see regardless of what religion or race is behind it.


“Just because you’re in a small town or a small state does not mean you might not potentially have individuals engaged in the types of activities that would call into question threats to national security.” – Tim Fuhrman, Former Special Agent with the FBI field office in Mobile, Alabama.

Final Thoughts

The risk of domestic Islamic terrorism is real. Our law enforcement has done a tremendous job at thwarting more terrorism than has been allowed since 9/11, but attacks do happen. More attacks will come. The enemy is among us.




20 killed, 70 hurt in protests in Indonesia’s Papua province



20 killed 70 hurt in protests in Indonesias Papua province

JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — At least 20 people were killed Monday, including three shot by police, in violent protests by hundreds of people sparked by rumors that a teacher insulted an indigenous student in Indonesia’s restive Papua province, officials said.

An angry mob torched local government buildings, shops and homes and set fire to cars and motorbikes on several roads leading to the district chief’s office in Wamena city, said Papua police chief Rudolf Alberth Rodja.

Papua military spokesman Eko Daryanto said at least 16 civilians, including 13 from other Indonesian provinces, were killed in Wamena, mostly after being trapped in burning houses or shops.

He said at least one soldier and three civilians died in another protest in Jayapura, the capital of Papua province.

About 65 civilians were injured in Wamena and five police officers were critically injured in Jayapura, he said.

Television video showed orange flames and black smoke billowing from burning buildings in Wamena.

Rodja said the protest was triggered by rumors that a high school teacher in Wamena who is not from Papua called an indigenous Papuan student a “monkey” last week.

He said a police investigation did not find any evidence of racism against the student, and that false rumors have been spreading among students in other schools and native communities.

“We believe this false information was intentionally designed to create riots,” Rodja told reporters in Jayapura, the capital of Papua province. “This is a hoax and I call on people in Papua not to be provoked by untrue news.”

Papua police spokesman Ahmad Musthofa Kamal said students from another school in Wamena who refused to join the protest brawled with another group of students.

Video circulated on the internet showed dozens of people, many armed with machetes, standing in front of their shops and homes to protect them from the angry mob.

Joko Harjani, an airport official, said the protest forced authorities to close the city’s airport until the situation returns to normal.

The protest came days after Indonesian authorities managed to get the province under control after weeks of violent demonstrations by thousands of people in Papua and West Papua provinces against alleged racism toward Papuans. At least one Indonesian soldier and four civilians were killed in that violence.

The previous protests were triggered by videos circulated on the internet showing security forces calling Papuan university students “monkeys” and “dogs” in East Java’s Surabaya city when they stormed a dormitory where Papuan students were staying after a torn Indonesian flag was found in a sewer.

The videos prompted hundreds of Papuan students who study in other Indonesian provinces to return home and force a local state university to accommodate them.

Daryanto said a mob of angry students attacked a soldier and several police officers in Jayapura with machetes and rocks, forcing security forces to respond with gunfire, killing three civilians. The soldier died on the way to a hospital. At least five police officers were in critical condition.

Conflicts between indigenous Papuans and Indonesian security forces are common in the impoverished Papua region, a former Dutch colony in the western part of New Guinea that is ethnically and culturally distinct from much of Indonesia.

Papua was incorporated into Indonesia in 1969 after a U.N.-sponsored ballot that was widely seen as a sham. Since then, a low-level insurgency has simmered in the mineral-rich region, which is divided into two provinces, Papua and West Papua.

In recent years, some Papua students, including some who study in other provinces, have become vocal in calling for self-determination for their region.

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And just like that, Justin Trudeau is out of the news cycle



And just like that Justin Trudeau is out of the news cycle

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had a “blackface” incident pop up in the news late last week. Then another. Then a third. He apologized. He Tweeted out a picture of him shaking hands with a person of color. And just like that, the story was gone.

As the radical progressive politician takes cues from his handlers to lay low for a while, mainstream media has moved on, as instructed. A search on CNN’s homepage reveals zero stories about Trudeau despite the story being relatively fresh. Same thing with MSNBC. Washington Post’s homepage yields zero results. There IS a story on the NY Times homepage… buried way at the bottom, they ran a story of Canadians and forgiveness regarding their leader.

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The reason we’re hearing nothing is because they did their obligatory coverage when it broke, then Standard Operating Procedure kicked in. “In cases of a radical progressive champion’s disgrace, cover for ‘fairness’ then bury at the first possible opportunity. Distract and redirect in the meantime.”

Fox News covered it today, pointing out the conspicuous double standard in media’s coverage…

Tomi Lahren slams media ‘double standard’ in coverage of Trudeau’s blackface scandal Nation host Tomi Lahren called out the media for an apparent double standard in the coverage of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s blackface scandal, accusing some journalists of holding only Republicans “accountable for their mistakes.”

“Both Virginia’s governor and Lieutenant Governor were involved in blackface-related situations and yet, both are still in office,” she said, referring to VA Gov. Ralph Northam and VA Attorney General Mark Herring, both of whom were involved in scandals of their own.

Last week, a new picture and video surfaced showing Trudeau wearing blackface, in the third such incident to emerge in 24 hours. One of the photos showed a costumed Trudeau darkened by makeup for an “Arabian Nights” gala he attended in 2001.

There are few things funnier (or sadder) than watching mainstream media squirm to cover for progressives when they’re caught doing bad things. If Donald Trump or Scott Morrison did what Justin Trudeau did, it would be nonstop coverage for weeks.

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Eric Early condemns Schiff’s latest impeachment talk



Eric Early condemns Schiffs latest impeachment talk

LOS ANGELES – September 22 – Eric Early, the leading Republican challenger for California’s Congressional District 28, condemned Adam Schiff’s latest impeachment comments as “baseless” and “pure partisan hackery.”

On CNN’s State of the Union Sunday morning, Schiff, who has spent the past few years unsuccessfully trying to prove collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian agents, hopped on the latest baseless allegations against President Donald Trump as grounds for impeachment.

“Once again, Adam Schiff drove past countless homeless encampments in Los Angeles on this way to the T.V. studio to promote conspiracy theories about our President,” Early said. “His comments are nothing more than an effort to attack the President and rescue Joe Biden’s failing presidential campaign.”

“Voters are getting sick of Schiff’s schtick, which is nothing more than a mix of a man clearly intoxicated by the sound of his own voice and pure partisan hackery,” Early said. “Angelenos deserve better.”


For 25 years, Eric has fought in the courts to help people stay in their homes and help job creators, businesses and innovators succeed and stay in California while building his own successful law firm. Eric was a candidate in 2018 for California Attorney General against Xavier Becerra, receiving almost one million votes as a first-time candidate.

Eric’s parents immigrated legally to the United States in the 1930s. His father enlisted in the Marine Corps at the age of 17, and was shipped to the Korean War, fought in the First Marine Division at the Battle of Chosin Reservoir, and was awarded a Purple Heart. Eric’s parents moved the family to Long Island, and lived in a middle-class neighborhood of Irish, Italian and Jewish families.

Growing up in New York, California was a symbol of the American Dream, a place where people’s imagination, drive, talents and hard work could allow them to live a good life, while enjoying California’s natural beauty and climate. California became Eric’s home in 1986, where he started his own family.

Eric’s career as an attorney did not follow the usual path. He attended New York University’s undergraduate film school, and then held various positions, including producing commercials for Hasbro Toys, directing short children’s films for The Great Space Coaster, working as post-production supervisor on hundreds of animated episodes of The Transformers, G.I. Joe, Jem and the Holograms, My Little Pony, and writing several animated episodes of G.I. Joe and Jem and the Holograms. At one point, he produced trailers for “King of the B-Movies”, Roger Corman.

While working full time to support his family, Eric attended Southwestern Law School’s evening program and after graduation worked at one of the most prominent law firms in the state, where he was a Partner for a decade. Eric was regularly involved in complex litigation matters in California and throughout the country, primarily focusing on business, entertainment, real estate, title and escrow related litigation. In 2010, Eric started his own firm along with several of his colleagues, Early Sullivan Wright Gizer & McRae LLP (“Early Sullivan”). Early Sullivan, which now has 30 attorneys, has been recognized as Boutique Firm of the Year by the California Daily Journal, and has been named as a Best Law Firm by U.S. News for several years running. Eric has been the firm’s Managing Partner since its doors opened, has successfully tried several cases to verdict – one of the results being awarded Defense Verdict of the Year by the Daily Journal, and has overseen countless complex lawsuits in which the firm’s clients have prevailed. During the normal course of his practice, Eric has also handled several cases in which he has represented homeowners whose properties have been victimized by real estate fraud, in which fraudsters try to steal their homes. He has been able to regain control of the properties for his clients.

Among various honors, Eric is the Past President of Southwestern Law School’s Entertainment and IP Alumni Association, was selected for inclusion in Best Lawyers in America every year since 2017; and has been named a Southern California Super Lawyer every year since 2005.

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