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Past articles by Patrick:

UK's De-Radicalization Program Continues to Flounder

More than three years after launching a review of its de-radicalization program, and after a series of deadly terrorist attacks, officials in the United Kingdom still haven't issued proposals for changing the Prevent program. Last week, Home Secretary → Read More

Antisemitic Cop Killer to Speak at University

The State University of New York at Brockport has invited a convicted domestic terrorist and co-founder of an antisemitic organization to be its featured speaker at an April 6 event. Anthony Bottom, also known as Jalil Muntaqim, was a member of the Black → Read More

Terrorists in Prison – A Con's Game

"There is growing evidence across Europe that terrorist prisoners are successfully deceiving professionals concerning their rehabilitation." This was the finding of a recent study into incarcerated terrorists' ability to deceive authorities as to the → Read More

UK Had Hoped New Counter-Terrorism Law Would Deter Terrorists – It Didn't

A new counter-terrorism law went into effect in the United Kingdom in July with hopes that it would prevent future terror attacks. The new law, said UK Justice Secretary Dominic Raab, "would send a message to those who kill and maim in the name of warped → Read More

IG Finds Jailed Terrorists Preaching In Prison Chapels

A disturbing report by the Justice Department Inspector General has revealed that incarcerated terrorists associated with international jihadist groups like al-Qaida, ISIS, and al-Shabaab have been allowed to lead religious services in Bureau of Prisons' → Read More

ICNA Attempts to Re-Write Jamil Al-Amin's Violent History

"Violence is a part of America's culture. It is as American as cherry pie." "If America don't come around, we're going to burn America down." These are the words of a young African American man known as H. Rap Brown. What began as a life involved in the → Read More

France Joins UK in Seeking Tighter Security Measures on Released Terrorists

In light of recent Islamic terror attacks, French Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin is calling for stringent security measures to be placed on convicted terrorists being released from prison. If passed into law, a released terrorist could have his → Read More

UK Prisons' Downward Spiral to Becoming Radicalization Havens Continues

"We have become victims of our own success." Those sobering words were among the findings in a report regarding Islamic radicalization in the United Kingdom's prison system. The country's successful counterterrorism strategies thwarted a number of → Read More

Will Black Lives Matter Foundation's Donation Surge Fuel Anti-Semitism?

The Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement generated headlines last week when it issued a report announcing it raised $90 million in 2020. While the general slogan and cause may attract support from a wide swath of the American public – polling last fall → Read More

Terrorists in Prison, UK Fails to Isolate the Infected

Recent reports indicate that the United Kingdom has failed to stop the spread of an infectious disease which presents a serious threat to national security – prisoners being radicalized by known terrorists. Of the 238 inmates incarcerated for → Read More

UK Finally Acknowledges the Obvious

The first step in any effective rehabilitation program is acknowledging you have a problem. The United Kingdom has finally come to the realization that its deradicalization program for terrorists is an utter failure. Jonathan Hall, Britain's independent → Read More

Another Terrorist Released Early, Another Deadly Terror Attack

The flawed policy of releasing convicted terrorists before they have completed their sentences has once again struck a lethal blow. This time it happened in the Austrian capital of Vienna. A man armed with a handgun, assault rifle, and machete attacked → Read More

Released Terrorist Returned to Jail

Convicted terrorist Kevin James is back in custody. James, also known as Ahmed Binyamin Alasiri, was indicted last month by a federal grand jury in Los Angeles for selling methamphetamine and Ecstasy in "a series of drug buys." James, you may recall, had → Read More

Released Terrorist Returns to Scene of the Crime

Many law enforcement experts will tell you that criminals often return to the scene of their crimes, particularly arsonists and bomb makers. So it is ironic when the government allows a convicted terrorist to live in the very neighborhood he once sought → Read More

Abolishing the Police – A Terrorist’s Dream Come True

Calls for police reform are reasonable. But to abolish the police would mean removing the very fabric of American society that protects us. → Read More

Abolishing the Police – A Terrorist's Dream Come True

What began as a sincere cry for justice in the tragic killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has evolved into a critical examination of policing in the United States. Some are calling for drastic changes in the way police → Read More

Terrorist Challenges New UK Anti-Terrorism Law

A convicted terrorist has filed a lawsuit challenging the United Kingdom's Terrorist Offenders Restriction of Early Release Act passed into law three months ago. An attorney for Mohammed Zahir Khan, who is currently serving a 4½-year prison sentence for → Read More

Miami Protester's Arrest: CAIR Gets It Wrong...Again

In baseball there is a hard and fast rule: Three strikes and you're out. But in politics, such fundamental rules don't always stick. That's especially true for the Council on American-Islamic Affairs (CAIR), which continues to swing away despite → Read More

BOP Audit Finds Security Lapses in Handling of Terrorists

For years, we have been reporting on the unique threat that incarcerated terrorists pose and that the failure to adequately address the security challenges could lead to radicalization of other inmates and terror attacks. We repeatedly stressed the need → Read More

Attacks Prompt Swift UK Legislation Blocking Terrorists From Early Prison Release

The United Kingdom has just passed emergency legislation that will stop the early release of convicted terrorists from prison. This decisive action comes on the heels of two recent terror attacks in London by jihadists who were released from prison → Read More