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Terrorism

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  • Federal judge declares government no-fly list rules unconstitutional

    Federal judge declares government no-fly list rules unconstitutional
    An Oregon federal judge ruled Tuesday that international air travel is a “sacred” liberty protected by the U.S. Constitution and ordered the government to amend its rules governing the so-called no-fly list, which seeks to prevent suspected...
  • No-fly lists an unfortunate necessity

    No-fly lists an unfortunate necessity
    In the hoopla surrounding the closing days of the U.S. Supreme Court's term, it would be easy to overlook the decision by a federal judge in Oregon ordering the government to make it easier for travelers to challenge their inclusion on the no-fly list. At...
  • Ukraine ends ceasefire, attacks rebel positions

    Ukraine ends ceasefire, attacks rebel positions
    Ukrainian forces struck at pro-Russian separatist bases in eastern regions with air and artillery strikes on Tuesday after President Petro Poroshenko announced he would not renew a ceasefire but go on the offensive to rid Ukraine of "parasites". His...
  • Support turns to grief for Israeli teens

    In the past week, the South Florida Jewish community has turned out in great support of the three Israeli teenagers kidnapped by Hamas terrorists, but unfortunately this story does not have a happy ending. According to the Jerusalem Post, the bodies of...
  • Hypocrisy guides Presbyterian decision: My Word

    Without a little hypocrisy, who among us could survive? The General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), however, seems determined to make hypocrisy its guiding moral principle. The Rev. Jeffrey DeYoe Sr.'s defense in Friday's Sentinel of the...
  • Benghazi suspect: Enemy or criminal, or both, or neither?

    The capture of Ahmed Abu Khatallah, the alleged ringleader of the 2012 attacks on a U.S. mission in Benghazi, Libya, has revived an old (and tedious) debate: Are figures such as Abu Khatallah “unlawful enemy combatants” or criminals? The...
  • Funding the PA is a problem with or without a Hamas unity government

    The problem is that U.S. taxpayer money is provided to the Palestinian Authority and the PA has a consistent history of funding terrorism. And while aiding and abetting terrorism is a federal offense, the U.S. hasn't halted in its $600 million annual...
  • Obama's secret drone war may come back to haunt us

    In our growing reliance on armed drones as instruments of war, how slippery is the slope we're sliding on? Imagine that Vladimir Putin began using drones to kill Ukrainians who opposed Russia's annexation of Crimea. If Putin claimed the targets were...
  • Benghazi suspect's court case in U.S. likely to revive political furor

    Benghazi suspect's court case in U.S. likely to revive political furor
    The federal arraignment Saturday of the suspected ringleader of the 2012 Benghazi attacks is likely to revive the political firestorm over prosecuting terrorism suspects on American soil. Libyan militant Ahmed Abu Khatallah, his long, graying hair and...
  • America's Kafkaesque 'no-fly list'

     America's Kafkaesque 'no-fly list'
    In the aftermath of 9/11, the United States adopted sweeping laws and regulations aimed at reducing the likelihood of a repeat tragedy. That was not only the government's right but its responsibility. Yet many of the measures unjustifiably eroded basic...
  • Libyan suspected in Benghazi attack pleads not guilty to terrorism charge

    Libyan suspected in Benghazi attack pleads not guilty to terrorism charge
    A Libyan militia leader pleaded not guilty in a U.S. federal court on Saturday to a terrorism charge in the 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi that killed four Americans. Ahmed Abu Khatallah was transferred to the U.S. District...