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Ex-Marine Turned ISIS Sympathizer Sentenced to 15 Years for Plotting San Francisco Terror Attack

3yrs ago from The Blaze
A California judge has sentenced a 27-year-old California man to 15 years in federal prison for attempting to provide material support to the Islamic State and plotting a terrorist attack at Pier 39 in San Francisco, KPIX-TV reported. U.S. District Judge Lawrence J. O’Neill handed down the sentence to Everitt Aaron Jameson of Modesto on Monday as part of a plea deal with federal prosecutors. In June, the former U.S. Marine pleaded guilty to voicing his support for and aiding a terrorist organization last year between September and December. What happened? The FBI began watching Jameson after he "liked" or "loved" Facebook posts about terrorist attacks and the Islamic State, according to court documents, CNN reported. He also expressed support for the New York City terrorist attack on Oct. 31, 2017. Undercover FBI agents, who posed as ISIS supporters, made contact with Jameson and interacted with him. In later communications, Jameson expressed his readiness to …
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DHS: 6 from Al-Qaida-Hotbed Yemen Smuggled into U.S. from Mexico

3yrs ago from WND
Washington watchdog Judicial Watch renewed its longstanding warning that ISIS has camps near the U.S.-Mexico border after federal officials announced a Jordanian man was arrested for allegedly smuggling six citizens of Yemen into Texas. Yemen is torn by civil strife, and it’s a hotbed for al-Qaida activity. WND reported in 2017 the state of Texas warned of ISIS camps […]
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WATCH: Jim Acosta Challenges Sarah Sanders to Say Press Isn’t ‘enemy’ — and She Refuses

3yrs ago from Raw Story
During a question about Ivanka Trump on Thursday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders attacked the media for reporting “90 percent” negative stories about President Donald Trump. “The president is rightfully frustrated,” Sanders said. “Ninty percent of the coverage on him is negative despite the fact that the economy is booming. ISIS is on the run. American leadership is being reasserted around the world.” She added: “Just this week the media refused to cover his …
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Israel Air Force Kills 7 ISIS Fighters

3yrs ago from WND
(Breaking Israel News) Wednesday night, the Israeli Air Force (IAF) killed seven Islamic State (ISIS) fighters who had penetrated into Israeli territory from Syria. It has been reported that the terrorists entered 650 feet past the “alpha line,” which demarcates Israel’s side of a demilitarized zone. IDF troops who surveyed the area in the morning […]
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Liberals Still Hysterical Over Hillary Clinton’s Loss Get Their Own 'Disease'

3yrs ago from Washington Times
A “feeling as though the world is going to end.” That could describe what millions of people could have experienced in the last 100 years. World War I, World War II, the Cold War, the Cuban Missile Crisis, Sept. 11, the ISIS rampage throughout the world, all not only understandably evoked fear of the world ending, but all revolved around madness, war and genocide.
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Suicide Attacks in Syria Kill at Least 220 People

3yrs ago from The Week
At least 221 people were killed Wednesday in southwestern Syria, in what local officials and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group believe were coordinated attacks. Multiple suicide bombings were carried out in Suweida, a government-controlled town south of the capital Damascus, as well as in villages to the north and east. The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the bombings, and officials said militants also forced their ways into homes and killed the people inside. "It's the bloodiest death toll in Suweida province since the start of the war [in 2011]," Rami Abdel Rahman, head of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, told AFP. ISIS has lost most of its territory in Syria, remaining in small areas of southern and eastern Syria. Catherine Garcia
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Toronto Shooter Visited ISIS Website, Expressed Support

3yrs ago from WND
Toronto’s police chief said Wednesday that officials have found no evidence to support the ISIS claim of responsibility for Sunday’s mass shooting that killed two and injured 13, but the statement conflicts with reports that Canadian investigators believe the suspect visited ISIS websites and expressed support for the group. Robert Spencer, who noted the discrepancy […]
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Dozens Dead in String of ISIS Attacks in Syria

3yrs ago from The Blaze
A series of suicide attacks carried out in southern Syria by the Islamic State has reportedly killed dozens. What are the details? Initially, the Islamic State took advantage of the instability caused by the more than seven-year-long Syrian civil war to establish its caliphate in 2014. But repeated attacks by both Syrian government forces and U.S.-backed Kurdish fighters have slowly pushed them back until their territory is a fraction of what it once was. But this latest attacks proves that they can still do some damage. According to Syrian state news outlets, 38 people were killed in attacks Wednesday, which included a suicide bombing at a vegetable market. However, the U.K.-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights puts the number at 56 people, including 28 pro-government fighters, and the town's health authority said that the number of dead was as high as 150. CBS News noted that a discrepancy like this is not uncommon so soon …
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