About

This blog is an attempt to tell a better story about the people and events related to the global jihad. Most news stories are little more than a re-run of standard newswires and leave out facts that tie the story into an overall picture that shows a surprising continuity. I try to dig deeper, looking at the work of the foreign press both large and small, tying that information with material contained in good blogs, books, court proceeedings, and other sources. It’s about understanding the network better.

Knowing this arms an individual with the information necessary to better evaluate the historical responses of his government, the security organs, and the military, and to better assess what they propose to do in the future.

2 thoughts on “About

  1. - May 9, 2016 / 8:02 pm

    Great website with amazing analysis. I’m sad I didn’t discover this sooner.

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  2. Martin November 8, 2016 / 1:28 pm

    Thanks for your good information.

    I live in Brussels (it’s a horrible place) and often wonder what ever happened to the terrorists that are arrested. The ISIS idiot who shot the four Jews at the Jewish Museum down the road from where I live for example, I have no idea what is going on with his trial and I have tried to find out with zero success.

    And your info on the Moroccan train attacker who was stopped by the Americans, that was the most new news I’ve heard on the guy since his attempted attack.

    Thanks for your work.

    P.S. Now and then I do the half hour walk over to Molenbeek to remind myself of how close the terrorists are to my apartment, to my life. Believe me, I wasn’t surprised to learn about the Moroccan-Belgians in Molenbeek cheering over the murder of 30 people when we had the bombs go off last March, those Moroccan-Belgian murderers were heroes in the eyes of thousands of their fellow Moroccan-Belgians. They do love their martyrs.

    Did I mention what a horrible city Brussels is?

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