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23rd July 2013 – The Long War Journal

American Passport Found At al Qaeda Base in Northern Syria

Bill Roggio

A passport said to belong to an American citizen was found among a number of identification documents belonging to foreign fighters who have been waging... more...

7th July 2013 – The Long War Journal

Canadian Terror Suspect: ‘I Wish I Was With the Mujahideen’

On July 2, Canadian authorities announced the arrest of two Canadian-born citizens in a terror plot involving pressure cooker bombs. The two suspects, who were... more...

2nd July 2013 – The Long War Journal

2 Arrested in Canadian Terror Plot ‘Inspired by al Qaeda Ideology’

Today the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) announced the arrest of two Canadian-born citizens, John Stuart Nuttall and Amanda Marie Korody... more...

22nd May 2013 – The Long War Journal

American Killed in US Drone Strike, US Attorney General Says

Bill Roggio

US Attorney General Eric Holder said today that four Americans, including Jude Mohammed, who was rumored to have been killed in a drone strike two years ago, have died... more...

13th May 2013 – The Weekly Standard

Self-Radicalization Chic

Michael Ledeen

The president has described the Boston terrorists as “self-radicalized,” and his voice is but one in a great chorus insisting that we face a major threat from Americans gone bad... more...

26th April 2013 – Syndicated

The John Batchelor Show

Sebastian Gorka

The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s failure to recognize political Islam as a driver of jihadist terrorism. more...

26th April 2013 – Quoted by Jennifer Pagliaro, Andrew Livingstone, Wendy Gillis and Michelle Shephard, The Star

Smaller-Scale, Locally Conceived Attacks May be the Future of Terrorism

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

From his hideout in Pakistan, Osama bin Laden detailed what he hoped would become of the group he created and chastised those who had veered off course. more...

25th April 2013 – Bloggingheads.tv

Adamize

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

FDD's Daveed Gartenstein-Ross and Adam Serwer (Mother Jones) explore whether it's too early to decisively determine motive in the Boston bombings. They debate whether "religion"... more...

25th April 2013 – Scripps Howard News Service

Defense in the Age of Jihad

Clifford D. May

Defense policies are not created in a vacuum. They are designed to meet threats. Over time, threats change in ways that are difficult to predict. In the past, America’s enemies generally... more...

24th April 2013 – Fox News

Defcon 3

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

The Boston bombing suspects. more...

24th April 2013 – CNN

Starting Point

James Woolsey

FDD Chairman James Woolsey discusses the radicalization of the Boston bombers and the possibility that intelligence failures prevented their detection. more...

24th April 2013 – 104.1 FM The Truth - Tucson, AZ

The Jon Justice Show

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

The Boston bombing. more...

23rd April 2013 – The Weekly Standard

Podcast: We Need to Know More About Tsarnaev’s International Connections

Thomas Joscelyn

FDD's Thomas Joscelyn on the Boston marathon bombing and the alleged bombers' international connections. more...

23rd April 2013 – The Weekly Standard

Homegrown, Foreign, or Both?

Thomas Joscelyn

CNN’s headline this morning reads, “Boston suspect: It was just us.” The headline links to an article that begins by explaining that the “surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings... more...

23rd April 2013 – C-SPAN

Washington Journal

Clifford D. May

FDD's Cliff May debates Hina Shamsi about the legal definition of an “enemy combatant” and the significance, history, and use of the term. They debated the implications of the Obama administration’s... more...

22nd April 2013 – The Globe and Mail

In Boston Terrorism Case, Too Easy to Jump to Conclusions

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross

The fact that both Boston Marathon bombing suspects are now either dead or in custody does not mean that the reporting on the story will be sure to get the story right. more...

22nd April 2013 – The Washington Post

The Fold

James Woolsey

FDD's James Woolsey says political correctness is getting in the way of properly addressing and preventing terrorism, particularly in light of the Boston Marathon bombings. more...

22nd April 2013 – CNBC

Squawk Box

James Woolsey

FDD Chairman James Woolsey discusses why may have prevented US intelligence and law enforcement from being able to detect and thwart the Boston bombers. more...

19th April 2013 – Fox News

Special Report

Thomas Joscelyn

FDD's Thomas Joscelyn provides insight into possible radicalization of Boston suspects. more...

19th April 2013 – The Long War Journal

Manhunt Continues in Boston, as Analysts Turn to Social Media for Clues

Thomas Joscelyn

The manhunt for one of the two chief suspects in this week's Boston Marathon bombings has continued throughout the day. And as the younger of two brothers is pursued by authorities... more...

Experts

Sebastian Gorka

Military Affairs Fellow and Director, FDD’s National Security Fellows Program

Events

2nd April 2012 - 4:30 AM

Jonathan Kay Joins Debate on 9/11 Theories

9/11 False Flags, and Black Ops:  An Evening of Debate

International Spy Museum 

Washington, DC

21st March 2012 - 10:30 PM

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross Participates in the 7th Annual Homeland Security Law Institute

Homegrown Threats and Radicalization

American Bar Association, Washington, DC