by Radio interview with Malcolm Nance and Charlie Winter Guests: Malcolm Nance, Charlie Winter, Damian Paletta Tuesday’s attacks in Brussels further proved that ISIS is a continued threat. The American government and the governments of European and Middle Eastern nations are trying to figure out ways to contain and minimize the dangers that the terrorist […]

How ISIS works and how to defeat them, then candidate’s ...





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by MSNBC coverage of the San Bernardino shooting at the Inland Regional Center on December 2, 2015 features segments with Malcolm Nance discussing the tactics used, the precedent in the different aspects of the attack coming together to a “hyrid attack” and the recruiting of cultists under the nose of family members. Stay tuned to […]

Tashfeen Malik and Syed Rizwan Farook launch attack in San ...




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by Did Sinai Wiliyat bring down Russian Airbus A321? The new Dabiq 12 has been published and in it ISIS claims that the operatives in the Sinai carried out the operation. The ISIS fighters in the Sinai are largely former members of Ansar Beit al-Maqdis. Discussion on Meet The Press and Alex Witt this week.

Did Sinai Wiliyat bring down the Russian A321?




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by Original Story at DemocracyNow.org Malcolm Nance and Patrick Cockburn discuss who ISIS is, who it isn’t, and how to defeat them.   The Obama administration is considering a plan to increase the U.S. presence in Iraq by sending 400 to 500 more military personnel as well as establishing a new military base in Anbar […]

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by published via The Intercept The fall of Ramadi, capital of Iraq’s Anbar Province, to the Islamic State last month has frayed nerves in Washington, but what few appear to grasp is that ISIS’s May offensive has given Ramadi back to its former owners — the ex-Baathist Sunni terrorists known as the Former Regime Loyalists. The […]

ISIS FORCES THAT NOW CONTROL RAMADI ARE EX-BAATHIST SADDAM LOYALISTS