Thursday, March 24, 2016

Brussels jihad mass murderer fired rifle at police in 2010, was sentenced to nine years in prison
By Robert Spencer / Jihad Watch


Brussels jihad mass murderer fired rifle at police in 2010, was sentenced to nine years in prison
“Brahim El Bakraoui, 30, was convicted in October 2010 for firing a Kalashnikov assault rifle at police and wounding an officer after a robbery in Brussels earlier that year. He was sentenced to nine years in prison. In 2011, his brother Khalid was given a sentence of five years for car jacking.” Then in 2016, […]
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Cruz: “In the wake of Brussels, we don’t need another lecture from President Obama about Islamophobia,” Cruz for police to patrol Muslim neighborhoods

Pamela Geller / Atlas Shrugs

Thank you, Mr. Cruz. Obama lecturing us, yet again, on islamofauxbia is like FDR lecturing America on naziophobia after attacks on various European cities.

Ted Cruz is calling for law enforcement to “patrol and secure” Muslim neighborhoods. Ted Cruz on Tuesday called for law enforcement to step up their policing of Muslim neighborhoods in the U.S. in the wake of terrorist attacks in Brussels, comparing it to police boosting their presence in areas with known gang activity. He should call for the surveillance of mosques as well.

Behind every islamic attack is an imam and a mosque. Mosques are good places to hide arms, ammunition, and those  running away from the law.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu 'If anyone knows what the people of (Brussels) are going through its Israel and the Israeli citizens, who have sttod valiantly and courageously in the face of terror for many years."

Linking Palestinian terrorism to that of Islamic State, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Wednesday that both forms of terror were propelled not by despair, but by hope. Islamic State hopes to establish a caliphate in Europe, and the Palestinian terrorist's hope to establish a Palestinian state in all of israel.

Netanyahu's comments came at a last-minute press conference called in his Jerusalem office, which he opened by referring to Tuesday's attacks in Brussels and conversations he has held since with Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel and EU Foreign Policy chief Federica Mogherini.

Netanyahu said he expressed the condolences of the people of Israel, and said that “if there is one people in the world that knows what they are going through, it is the citizens of Israel, who have heroically and courageously stood up to terror attacks for many years. I offered them Israel’s full support in the struggle against terror, both intelligence and security assistance.”

Netanyahu stressed that the wrod was in the midst of a campaign against terrorism, and that it was hitting everywhere: in Paris, Ankara, Brussels, Istanbul, the Ivory Coast, California and Israel. By mentioning them altogether he was making a clear point: there is no difference between the terrorism everywhere else in the world, and that which Israel faces.
The need for a bill like H.R. 4314 was underlined Tuesday morning as Brussels came under attack. Thanks to the House Homeland Security Committee's bipartisan Task Force on Combating Terrorist and Foreign Fighter Travel, Congress is already en route to strengthen American security.

The lawmakers on the Homeland Security committee took one look at the lenient travel laws overseas and decided to do something about it. Their six-month review concluded that too many security gaps exist and the U.S. government inexcusably lacks a national strategy to combat terror travel. Their investigation has already resulted in several successful pieces of legislation, such as the Visa Waiver Program Improvement Act and Tracking Foreign Fighters in Terrorist Safe Havens Act. To that list the task force can add the Counterterrorism Screening and Assistance Act of 2016, which passed on Monday.
“Nearly 40,000 jihadists from around the world have gone to fight in Syria and Iraq with groups like ISIS,” said Chairman Michael McCaul. “Today the House acted decisively to shut down the jihadist superhighway that allows extremists to get to their safe havens—and return to the West, prepared to strike America and our allies. This legislation will streamline and elevate U.S. efforts to combat terrorist travel and make sure we are focusing our attention where it is needed most. I would like to thank Chairman Ed Royce, Rep. Lee Zeldin, and Rep. John Katko for their leadership on this issue.”
The bill requires departments and agencies to work together to stop terrorist travel - something that should have been done long ago. It also establishes minimal international standards to defeat terrorism and gives the secretary of state the authority to withhold aid to foreign governments that do not meet those guidelines.

Thirty-one people and more than 230 people were injured after Tuesday's barbaric attack in Brussels. Some leaders like Sen. Ted Cruz are putting part of the blame on Europe's relaxed immigration policies.

America's alarming tendency to conform to political correctness could result in the same tragic statistics, Cruz suggested.

In other words, strong legislation like this needs to be multiplied.
Just one day after the ISIS terror attack in Brussels, which left more than 30 people dead Tuesday, the Associated Press is reporting chilling details about the number of fighters the terror army has trained to attack Europe in bloody, terrifying waves. Intelligence officials have addressed grave concern these types of attacks are nearly impossible to prevent.
The Islamic State group has trained at least 400 fighters to target Europe in deadly waves of attacks, deploying interlocking terror cells like the ones that struck Brussels and Paris with orders to choose the time, place and method for maximum carnage, The Associated Press has learned.

The network of agile and semiautonomous cells shows the reach of the extremist group in Europe even as it loses ground in Syria and Iraq. The officials, including European and Iraqi intelligence officials and a French lawmaker who follows the jihadi networks, described camps in Syria, Iraq and possibly the former Soviet bloc where attackers are trained to attack the West. Before being killed in a police raid, the ringleader of the Nov. 13 Paris attacks claimed to have entered Europe in a multinational group of 90 fighters, who scattered "more or less everywhere."

Estimates range from 400 to 600 Islamic State fighters trained specifically for external attacks, according to the officials. Some 5,000 Europeans have gone to Syria.
Fox News Poll: Cruz, Trump Statistically Tied
By: Guy Ritchter / NEWSMAX 

Image: Fox News Poll: Cruz, Trump Statistically Tied
A new Fox News polls shows Texas Sen. Ted Cruz only three points behind GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump nationally, which is within the poll's five-point margin of error.
The poll of likely Republican primary voters:
• Donald Trump: 41 percent
• Ted Cruz: 38 percent
• John Kasich: 17 percent

The poll was conducted March 20-22 and talked to 388 Republican primary voters.
But the poll showed Kasich, whose only hope at getting the nomination would be in a contested convention, has the best chance of beating expected Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in a hypothetical head-to-head matchup. Trump would lose to Clinton if the election will held today, according to the poll.

• Kasich 51 pecent/Clinton 40 percent
• Cruz 47 percent/Clinton 44 percent
• Trump 38 percent/Clinton 49 percent

For those who missed today's (3/23/16) RIGHT SIDE PATRIOTS radio show or for those who'd like to listen for the first time, click on the link below...and as always Craig and I stand behind every word said.

On this show Craig and I discussed the events in Brussels, how to stop Donald Trump, the newest on Hillary's email scandal, and the AIPAC event.