multiple-gunmen-open-fire-on-german-synagogue-on-yom-kippur

According to several reports, at least two people are dead after multiple gunmen opened fire on a synagogue in Germany on Wednesday. “One woman died after two attackers, believed to be wearing military-style uniforms, opened fire with a submachine gun in the city of Halle, eastern Germany, on Wednesday morning,” according to Daily Mail. Daily…

39
sleeper-jihadis-in-america|-american-airlines-mechanic-suspected-of-terror-plot-by-coworkers-for-many-years

Haley Kennington and Tore collaborated on this report. Friday September 6, 2019 news broke that 60-year-old Abdul-Majeed Marouf Ahmed Alani was arrested and an indictment is expected to be returned by a Grand Jury for tampering with the navigation system of an American Airlines aircraft. On July 17, 2019 flight 2834 from Miami to Nassau,…

35
whistleblower:-facebook-auto-generates-pages-for-isis-and-al-qaeda

Don’t you wish Facebook would auto-generate pages for conservative causes instead of… literal Islamic terrorists? Apparently Facebook has decided that Laura Loomer, Alex Jones, Milo Yiannopoulos and Paul Joseph Watson are more dangerous than ISIS. Trump supporters….terrorists… Big tech thinks they are the same thing, but Facebook has only banned the Trump supporting conservatives. Terrorism…

39
dozens-killed-in-afghanistan-wedding-hall-explosion-as-concerns-mount-over-precipitous-us-withdrawal

Dozens of people were reportedly killed and more wounded Saturday in an explosion that detonated through a wedding hall in Kabul, Afghanistan. Hundreds were inside the Dubai wedding hall in a region where the minority Shiite Hazara community predominantly reside, ABC News reports. According to the Interior Ministry spokesman Nusrat Rahimi, the cause of the…

35
msnbc’s-malcolm-nance:-white-supremacist-mass-shooters-are-‘foot-soldiers’-receiving-‘subliminal-orders’-from-trump

White supremacist “foot soldiers” perceive President Donald Trump’s rhetoric as “subliminal orders in their head,” warns MSNBC’s national security analyst Malcolm Nance. In an interview with MSNBC’s Hardball during a segment on the massacres in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio, Nance claimed mass shootings in the United States are fueled by far-right, white supremacist…

37