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By Jamie Glazov | 8/22/2008

What is the future of aviation security? Is there anyone trained onboard? To discuss these questions with us today, Frontpage has assembled a distinguished panel. Our guests today are:

Jeffrey Denning, a former undercover Federal Air Marshal, and the co-owner of Liberty Protective Solutions, LLC. He has worked as a private security contractor for the US-led “Roadmap to Mideast Peace” in Israel and Palestine. He recently returned from Iraq where he served as a commissioned officer with the US Army Reserves. He is currently the Aviation Security blogger for The Washington Times.


By Robert Spencer | 8/26/2008

As the Democratic National Convention proceeds this week and the Republicans are gearing up for their own party, we are still not hearing the candidates being asked genuinely tough and illuminating questions about what they would do about jihad terrorism. And so I offer here, as a public service, a series of questions for interviewers and debate moderators to ask of the candidates. Will anyone have the good sense and chutzpah to ask Obama, McCain, Biden, or the Republican Vice Presidential nominee these questions?


August 28, 2008

Brandeis University's Partnership With Hamas Linked, Al Quds University Underwritten By Ford Foundation


 San Francisco, CA - Brandeis University, "America's first Jewish-sponsored university," is located in Waltham, Massachusetts.

Over the last few years the liberal educational institution has drawn unwanted attention and severe criticism [not to mention loss of funding through donations] due to poor choices made by the university, including the 2005 naming of Khalil Shikaki as a scholar at the school's Crown Center for Middle East Studies.

2008 Threat Season Heats Up

August 27, 2008

Terrorism Intelligence Report

By Fred Burton and Scott Stewart

Summer has arrived, bringing with it rumors of attacks against the U.S. homeland. Currently, we are hearing unconfirmed word of plans in place for jihadists to be dispatched from Pakistan to conduct coordinated suicide attacks against soft targets in as many as 10 U.S. cities.

This year, the rumors seem to be emerging a little later and with a little less fanfare than last year, when we saw a number of highly publicized warnings, such as that from Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff and a National Intelligence Estimate saying al Qaeda was gaining strength. Last year also brought warnings from a former Israeli counterterrorism official that al Qaeda was planning a simultaneous attack against five to seven American cities, and of a dirty bomb attack against New York.

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