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Dozens of US officials call for military action against Syria's AssadOrlando gunman had turned over share of house to relatives for $10

Just two months before the massacre at Orlando's Pulse nightclub, gunman Omar Mateen signed papers turning over his share of a house to relatives, court documents revealed Friday, in a sign the killer may have started to put his affairs in order ahead of his rampage.    Read the full from Fox News
Homeland Security report calls for rejecting terms 'jihad,' 'sharia'

A new Department of Homeland Security report urges rejecting use of Islamic terms such as “jihad” and “sharia” in programs aimed at countering terrorist radicalization among American youth.

The Homeland Security Advisory Council report recommends that the department focus on American milliennials by allocating up to $100 million in new funding. It also urges greater private sector cooperation, including with Muslim communities, to counter what is described as a “new generation of threats to the Homeland related to the threat of violent extremism.” Read the full story


Paul Ryan threatens to sue Trump over immigration ban.
White House on pace to open doors to 1 million Muslims by 2017

President Obama, in the first six years of his administration, issued 832,014 green cards to migrants from nations that were predominantly Muslim in make-up, a dazzling number that’s left Republican critics shaking their heads and wondering: How much more can this nation take?

As Breitbart reported, citing a chart from the Senate Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest, Obama has overseen a tremendous surge in immigration numbers from mostly-Muslim nations, some of which aren’t exactly on friendly terms with America. By the numbers, the White House has, between fiscal 2009 and fiscal 2014, given out green cards to 102,000 from Pakistan; 102,000 from Iraq; 90,000 from Bangladesh; 85,000 from Iran; 56,000 from Egypt; and 37,000 from Somalia.  

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U.N. meddles in 'Christian' school assemblies
Human rights violated when students told to attend

A United Nations report is blasting procedures in the United Kingdom that have school students attend assemblies that are of a “Christian” character.

It’s because the international group claims that violates the students’ human rights.

But according to the U.K. Telegraph, one lawmaker, Conservative MP David Burrowes, suggested that such reports be put “in the bin where they belong.”  Read the full story



CIA director grave warning: ISIS dangerous as ever

(CNN) — ISIS can draw on a "large cadre of Western fighters" that could attack in the U.S. and the terror threat posed by the group remains as dangerous as ever despite efforts to crush it militarily, the director of the CIA said Thursday.

"Unfortunately, despite all our progress against ISIL on the battlefield and in the financial realm, our efforts have not reduced the group's terrorism capability and global reach," CIA Director John Brennan testified to Congress using another acronym for the group.  Read the full story