Malzberg | Brigitte Gabriel to discuss the feared spread of radical Jihad in the U.S.

Malzberg | Brigitte Gabriel to discuss the feared spread of radical Jihad in the U.S.

President of ACT for America and author of “They Must be Stopped: Why We Must Defeat Radical Islam and How We Can Do It” joins Dennis to discuss the feared spread of radical Jihad in the U.S. as well as yesterday’s call by ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi for terrorists to “erupt volcanoes of Jihad”
The Truth About Islam: An Interview With Brigitte Gabriel

There are few people who know more about the religion of Islam, its aims, its direction and its intended goals than Brigitte Gabriel. Seeing the religion of Islam firsthand, in the crunch, and I speak of the Lebanese War, Brigitte learned the hard way as to what this religion actually is.
This lady addresses possibly more governmental leaders and heads of state regarding this problem of Islam than anyone else. This two-hour interview with Brigitte, which every American needs to hear and see, is a must for every Believer. You need to know and understand the threat to the nation – possibly the greatest the nation has ever faced.

McCain: Obama repeating Vietnam mistakes ‘Why he hasn’t learned from Iraq … confounds me.’



McCain: Obama repeating Vietnam mistakes

‘Why he hasn’t learned from Iraq … confounds me.’


Navy Lt. Cdr. John McCain

Navy Lt. Cdr. John McCain

WASHINGTON, D.C. – As WND spoke with Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., about his new book, it became clear that American military history – from astonishing battlefield valor by soldiers to stunning incompetence and betrayal by government leaders – is repeating itself.

“13 Soldiers, A Personal History of Americans at War,” co-authored by the former presidential candidate and celebrated POW, and his aide of 18 years, Mark Salter, proved to be riveting, extremely well-written and instructive for anyone from history buff to commander in chief.

The book profiles 13 individuals who served in American’s major conflicts and provides numerous lessons for posterity that are relevant today, especially in the Mideast, as U.S.military strategists have often vowed “no more Vietnams,” yet seem to repeat history.

Not merely a collection of biographies, “13 Soldiers” uses a technique that is both instructive and engrossing by placing the stories of the warriors within the context of their battles and wars, bringing history lessons to life with page-turning tales of heroism, hardship and self-sacrifice.

McCain told WND he and Salter tried to depict what war was all about but also what heroes were all about, because sometimes war histories don’t appreciate the human aspect.

“We tried to give a cross-section of people ranging from outright genuine heroes (such as the late Petty Officer) Mike “Mickey” Monsoor, the Navy SEAL (awarded the Silver and Bronze Stars for repeatedly saving the lives of comrades in ‘the most dangerous city on Earth, Ramadi, the capital of Iraq’s Anbar Province’ in 2006, including falling on a grenade) a man of incredible heroism and sacrifice, to people like (Civil War and Mexican-American War veteran) Samuel Chamberlain, who was a bit of a rogue who enjoyed writing about his romantic conquests,” the senator told WND.

He also enjoyed telling the tales of “someone like Charles Black, an African-American in the days of slavery on ships at sea where every individual was vital to the survival of the ship,” who still suffered discrimination during his service in the War of 1812, although it was lessened by the sailors’ mutual dependence.

The authors also profiled one of McCain’s favorites, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., who fought in the Civil War, a war which, McCain noted, was America’s bloodiest.

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.

“We watched him change as he went through the war. Finally, at the end, you see he was forever shaped by his experience by war. We point out how he would use an ammunition box as a lunch box as he went to court,” the senator told WND.

Sometimes the warriors’ heroic sacrifices were imposed by the American government, as was the case of the obscure and unsung hero of the Revolutionary War, the poorly clothed, ill-equipped, always-starving, rarely shoed and even more rarely paid Joseph Plumb Martin, who became a soldier at age 15.

The authors recount how Martin escaped the worst of the brutal winter at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, after a fortuitous assignment to a foraging party, only to endure the full force of the even harsher winter the following year at Morristown, New Jersey, where he was reduced to eating tree bark.

In his autobiography, Martin recalled envying a squirrel he watched die of starvation.

“He got rid of his misery soon. He did not live to starve piecemeal six or seven years,” the soldier wrote.

Despite Martin’s bitter complaint of “starving for an ungrateful people,” and his resentment toward a Congress described by McCain and Salter as “insensible to the situation,” the authors depict the soldiers having a “patriotism supported by the rarest of resolves: they would not betray their country’s cause even when they believed their country had betrayed them.”

martinjosephplu2WND asked McCain if he saw a parallel to morale in America’s armed forces today, with recent downsizing and defunding.

In hushed tones, the senator replied: “That’s a valid point because it’s clear these people (revolutionary soldiers) were literally starved, thousands of them starved to death. Today, we have the ability to feed, to arm, to equip, train a professional military that’s probably the most capable on earth. Yet, we see, in my view, almost a betrayal of them, because the sequester is now harming not only their ability, but their morale.”

Drawing upon the lessons of history, he added: “You know, right now, captains and majors in the U.S. army serving in Afghanistan are receiving (pink slips) and being involuntarily separated from the U.S. Army. It’s a very, very bad thing. We saw this happen in the Vietnam war. It took a real reinvigoration by Ronald Reagan to restore our capabilities. And I am afraid we are seeing that, to some degree, again.”

McCain described how the current situation in Iraq was also hurting morale.

“Just a few days ago, I was campaigning in Louisiana with a candidate there and a young man came up to me and said, ‘Senator McCain, I was a Marine in the second battle of Fallujah.’ That was during the surge under Gen. Petraeus; it was the bloodiest fight of the whole Iraq conflict. We lost 86 Marines and soldiers, and 400 were wounded. He said to me, ‘Four of the guys in my platoon were killed. Tell me, Senator McCain, the black flag of ISIS is flying over Fallujah. What do I tell my friends’ mothers?’ That’s pretty tough to respond to.”

WND observed the conversation must have hit McCain personally in a number of ways, especially as was he was such a strong proponent of the surge that eventually sealed the victory in Iraq, asking if he thought the U.S. was seeing that country and Afghanistan go the way of Vietnam.

“I am afraid, in some respects, we are,” he said. “And I am concerned that if we pull everybody out of Afghanistan without leaving a stabilizing force, we’ll see the same movie we’re now seeing in Iraq. Why the president hasn’t learned from the experience of the complete withdrawal from Iraq and how it applies to Afghanistan confounds me.”

McCain also suggested President Obama was repeating mistakes made in Vietnam during the current air campaign against ISIS in Iraq and Syria by employing constraining rules of engagement.

ISIS massacre in Iraq

ISIS massacre in Iraq

In his book, the former pilot recounted how the rules of engagement in Vietnam “seemed perversely designed to lower the risk of enemy casualties by increasing the risk to American pilots.”

“With so many more valuable targets off limits, pilots were asked to hit the same things over and over again,” he would wrote.

The former Navy pilot described being given a target in June of 1967 that “had already been hit 27 times.”

“Hardly any structures were still standing; it was basically a rubble heap.”

McCain drew a comparison to the current airstrikes.

“A lot of those buildings you saw on television blowing up, they were empty buildings. Why not? (laughs) If you were ISIS would you stay there? Or melt into the populated areas where you know the enemy is not going to strike you.”

McCain ridiculed “the so-called air war against ISIS.”

“We warned ISIS a week ahead of time that we’re going to strike. I’m told, I’ll find out when I get back to Washington, that the process of approval of a target strike is very similar to that of the Vietnam war, where the targets were decided in the White House in the situation room. I think in some ways we are seeing a replay of that war.”

Did he think the airstrikes were just for show?

“Not so much just for show. Kind of a misguided and, really, abysmally ignorant perspective on the fundamentals of warfare. You go in and you hit the enemy hard, fast and strong and then you do what’s necessary to prevail.”

How did the former POW rate Obama as a commander in chief?

“He’s got the same kind of team around him that Lyndon Johnson had around him. There’s just no doubt about it. This latest thing, trying to work with the Iranians against ISIS – the same people that are arming (Syrian President) Bashar al-Assad, the same people who brought in Hezbollah to change the equation on the battlefield. And providing Assad with the weapons and barrel bombs to slaughter the Free Syrian Army.”

Expressing incredulity, the senator summed-up: “And they’re telling young Syrians we’re going to train them in Saudi Arabia and send them into that? That’s a degree of immorality that is stunning.”

WND asked McCain is he thought it was too late to stop Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons and what would likely come from negotiations led by the Obama administration.

Members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard celebrate long-range missile launch

Members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard celebrate long-range missile launch

“I am afraid they’re giving away the store,” he said. “They are delusional, thinking somehow the Iranians would work with us toward any common goal like that. This is a nation that has orchestrated acts of terror throughout the Middle East and the world. Assad was on his way out when they came in and brought in 5,000 Hezbollah from Lebanon and began training their troops, sending in the Revolutionary Guard, flying in plane load after plane load of weapons. And now, we’re supposed to assume that they will help us? And that we have a common goal? They may want to get rid of ISIS, but their ultimate objective is to keep Assad in power and keep slaughtering the FSA (Free Syrian Army).”

McCain took it a step further, bemoaning what an agreement with the Iranians would mean to the fighters the U.S. wants to battle ISIS.

“Weapons flown in from, and people trained by, the Iranians are going to be trying to kill you. I don’t understand how we could morally justify such a thing. And while we’re trying to get them to fight ISIS, meanwhile, Assad has intensified his air attacks against the FSA. That’s just not morally defensible.”

If the U.S will not use ground troops to fight jihadis, what did McCain think of using them to fight Ebola in West Africa?

In measured tones, he offered: “I think that if we are there to construct facilities, I think that’s OK. Whenever you send people into that kind of environment, you’d better be damn sure that they’re safe. I hope that’s the case. I’m looking right now at the New York Times, which says was there was a greater exposure in the Iraq war to chemical weapons than was known – 600 U.S. troops exposed to such weapons – and that was what, 10 years ago? So, I worry about that.”

It was such concern and admiration for the American troops that compelled McCain and Salter to write “13 Soldiers.”

Monica Lin Brown

Monica Lin Brown

“I hope that people learn from it that it’s not just conflicts that should have our attention, but also the people who fought in it who were responsible for the winning or losing, and the various effects it had on them and their lives. The common thread, I think throughout it all, whether a scoundrel like Samuel Chamberlain or a medic like Monica Lin Brown (a front-line medic in Afghanistan who risked her life to save others in an ambush), who is a genuine American hero, is they all had something in common and that is they were wiling to serve and sacrifice for a cause greater than themselves.”

WND asked McCain how people who are captured and survive horrendous experiences come back from war resembling something whole.

“Well, I think it all depends, to some degree, on the nature of the experience,” he said. “I was blessed with strong leadership. We were able, through tapping on the walls, to maintain our chain of command. Our senior ranking officers, people like (Air Force Col.) Bud Day and (Army Brig. Gen.) Robinson Risner, (Rear Adm.) Jerry Denton and others who inspired us and kept us together, even though the Vietnamese knew very well that if they could isolate us, which they tried for years, our resistance would be much lessened. They wanted us to provide a propaganda vehicle like condemning the U.S. for war crimes, confessions, you know, all that kind of stuff.

“We resisted and, frankly, I think many of my friends, and I, came out stronger – much stronger than when we went in. Much better. We emerged, I think, as far better citizens and far stronger individuals. That wasn’t the case with all, clearly. Obviously there are some who suffered mental problems. But the vast majority of my friends I was with came out with a greater appreciation for what it’s like to be an American. The freedom that many of take for granted – that many of us, before we became prisoners, took for granted. I think in some ways it’s a trial by fire. You are brought down to the basics, and you (learn you can) not only survive an experience like that but come out a much stronger and better person. And I am grateful for every single day.”

“13 Soldiers, A Personal History of Americans at War,” 384 pages, was published by Simon and Schuster Nov. 11 and is already an Amazon bestseller.

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Political Muslim party eyes White House


Leader of new U.S. Muslim party once jailed by Chris Christie
vows to be ‘game-changing force’ in 2016 elections

Mazen Mokhtar

One of the leaders of a new Islamic political party promising to be a “game-changing force” in the 2016 elections was arrested and jailed by former U.S. Attorney Chris Christie, who happens to be a GOP frontrunner in the 2016 race for the White House.

Mazen M. Mokhtar is a founding member of the U.S. Council of Muslim Organizations, or USCMO, recently created to marshal together Islamic groups and throw their weight behind U.S. elections while grooming Muslim candidates for office.

Wearing a business suit and eyeglasses, the mild-mannered Mokhtar didn’t look or act like a dangerous man when he appeared with other Muslim leaders to launch the USCMO at a Washington press conference earlier this year.

Chris Christie

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie

However, a search of federal court records reveals he is the same person who in 2007 was handcuffed and shackled at his ankles by FBI agents investigating him for ties to an al-Qaida terrorist in Britain who was convicted of plotting to blow up U.S. landmarks and warships.

According to a federal affidavit, the Egyptian-born Mokhtar operated a website identified by the FBI and Homeland Security as soliciting funds for the Taliban and al-Qaida terrorists and recruiting Muslims to kill U.S. troops in Afghanistan. It’s an exact replica of websites operated by Babar Ahmad, a British computer engineer who was arrested in England then extradited to New York and sentenced earlier this year to more than 12 years in prison.

Federal prosecutors say Ahmad is the godfather of Internet jihad. He is also the cousin of Muhammad Naeem Noor Khan, an al-Qaida suspect from Pakistan whose computers contained detailed surveillance of five financial buildings in New York City; Newark, New Jersey; and Washington, D.C.

The affidavit says copies of Ahmad’s Azzam Publications sites were found on the hard drives and files of computers seized from the New Jersey home of USCMO’s Mokhtar, who federal investigators say “worked in concert” with Ahmad. Azzam Publications and its corresponding websites were named after al-Qaida founder Abdullah Azzam.

The mirror sites operated by Mokhtar – and – published Osama bin Laden’s “Declaration of War Against the Americans Occupying the Land of the Two Holy Places” and encouraged Muslims to martyr themselves in terrorist attacks against America, according to the affidavit.

“The name ‘suicide operations’ used by some is inaccurate, and in fact this name was chosen by the Jews to discourage people from such endeavors,” according to the al-Qaida websites run by Mokhtar. “How great is the difference between one who commits suicide – because of his unhappiness, lack of patience and weakness or absence of iman (faith) and has been threatened with Hell-Fire – and between the self-sacrificer who embarks on the operation out of strength of faith and conviction, and to bring victory to Islam, by sacrificing his life for the upliftment of Allah’s word!”

Mokhtar’s mirror sites also described violent jihad as a requirement for Muslims, and advised them to seek “military training” and obtain weapons.

“If you live in (the U.S.),” it advised, “obtain an assault rifle legally, preferably AK-47 or variations, learn how to use it properly and go and practice in the areas allowed for such training.”

Support for Hamas

On an Internet forum, moreover, Mokhtar spoke openly about his support for Hamas, as well as suicide bombings.

“[T]he operations of HAMAS are heroic,” he asserted.

“In any action of mass self-defense, there is the possibility that some innocent people will die,” he added. “I have enough trust in Hamas to feel that no one is killed before being identified as a collaborator.”

Suicide bombings, Mokhtar wrote, are “an effective method of attacking the enemy and continuing jihad. … These are not people committing suicide because they are fed up with life; these are people who are sacrificing their lives for Allah.”

In April 2007, Mokhtar was arrested by FBI agents at his New Jersey home and charged with filing false tax returns. Christie, now New Jersey’s governor, was the U.S. attorney who signed the indictment.

Though on their face the charges involved tax fraud, counter-terrorism agents used them to leverage the jailed Mokhtar for leads in their terrorism investigation of the broader international conspiracy involving Ahmad and other al-Qaida terrorists.

In September 2008, Christie dismissed the tax fraud charges, explaining “further prosecution is not in the interests of the United States at this time.”

In the meantime, federal agents built a criminal case against terrorist mastermind Ahmad leading to his extradition and conviction.

In 2013, just months after federal authorities extradited to the U.S. his alleged co-conspirator Ahmad, Mokhtar was named national executive director of the Muslim American Society, or MAS, which the federal government says is a key U.S. front group for the radical Egypt-based Muslim Brotherhood.

Authorities accuse MAS of running jihad camps for Muslim youth. As head of the group’s New Jersey office, Mokhtar helped run its youth division, the Young Muslim. Young Muslim activities include Jihad and Afterlife camps.

Though an outspoken supporter of Hamas, Mokhtar has denied knowingly providing assistance to any terrorist group. Attempts to reach the senior USCMO official for comment about his checkered past were unsuccessful.

Speaking at USCMO’s March news conference at the National Press Club, Mokhtar said he was helping launch the umbrella Islamist political organization with the Council on American-Islamic Relations, CAIR, and other groups to have “a deep and lasting impact on society” and to “give Muslims a greater voice” in Washington. He also said the group seeks “to empower Muslims.”

The FBI says CAIR is a Hamas front group, and the bureau refuses to do outreach with it or its leaders.



JERUSALEM JIHAD – Fight for Israel!

Streamed live on Nov 18, 2014
Every American must intelligently answer the question “How can the nation of Israel make peace with Muslims who believe that if you kill a Jew while he is praying in a synagogue then Allah will reward you with eternal sex, with virgins, in Heaven?” The absurdity of this question is only surpassed by the absurdity of those who believe that peace is possible with those who hold this worldview. In this show Tom and his team look deeply into this issue in light of the slaughter of Jews who were praying in their synagogue and then Muslims throughout Israel celebrated the slaughter with parties, candy and Muslim prayers! Folks, it is time to solidify our support for Israel and “fight” all efforts to de-legitimize or force Israel into policy decisions that will inevitably bring about her destruction. Included in this show is a live interview with our friend, “Jerusalem Jane,” a Christian who lives in Jerusalem and works to support Jewish people and the nation of Israel. You can see Jane’s work at

One Hour Compilation of how Islam is Ruining Europe and America

One Hour Compilation of how Islam is Ruining Europe and America
Countless footage and evidence of how Islamic immigration to Western society will inevitably destroy it. No one can deny that Islam is a dangerous religion after watching this video. I AM NOT A RACIST. I AM NOT A NAZI. I simply believe Islam as a religion is dangerous and does not belong in any western or civilized society and my evidence in this video proves that statement. How can Islam be a religion of peace but cause so much sadness and devistation?

Al Jazeera 911~In Plain Sight
The recent release of a declassified CIA report adds disturbing new details to an already extensive public record of September 11-related failures. The report describes how the CIA never developed a comprehensive plan to stop al Qaeda, and missed crucial opportunities to thwart two hijackers before September 11 2001. The details of the errors in that report echo exclusive information obtained by Al Jazeera reporter Yosri Fouda in 2002.



This video is about WSBR TT Show 1On today’s Enemies of the State, with Tom Trento, the team talks with Kellyanne Conway of The Polling Company about her amazing recent national poll on national security issues. You will be shocked to see that public opinion has dramatically changed and NOW, liberals and independents have joined with conservatives is recognizing and calling for a national security doctrine that is NOT built around President Obama’s, “winning hearts and minds, “ but more so around Ronald Reagan’s, PEACE THROUGH STRENGTH! Be sure to check out this poll, which was a joint project with Frank Gaffney’s, Center for Security Policy.

Tom Trento interviews Anjem Choudary, Muslim Activist

Tom Trento interviews Anjem Choudary, Muslim Activist

If you have ever wondered why anyone could support the Islamic State (a.k.a. ISIS) then this is a MUST SEE interview. Moreover, you could not find two people who disagree more about life and beliefs than Tom Trento and Anjem Choudary – one who has been labeled an “Islamophobe” and the other labeled an “Islamic Terrorist.” Ironically, these two activists fundamentally agree about the nature of Islam – in its historic essence, political structure and theocratic basis. In this fascinating exchange you will see Tom and Anjem agree on quite a bit, but offer radically different interpretations and conclusions about Islam. This interview is a deep and thought provoking look into the mind of a Muslim – a Muslim who is a fierce proponent of Shariah (Islamic Law) and the methods and tactics of the Islamic State.