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Millions of potential Muslim terror recruits living in Latin America: Israelis
While not widely known by Americans, there are millions of Arabs and Muslims living in Latin America, the majority of them Sunnis — with a Lebanese Shi’ite minority – who are the principle objective ...
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US must remain alert to Hezbollah threats abroad and at home
There has been a lot of talk of war with Iran, as its extremist regime comes ever closer to building a nuclear weapon. There has been a lot of talk of ...
Clinton: Latin American drug cartels’ links to Iran, Hezbollah a concern
When Secretary of State Hillary Clinton voiced her concerns on Wednesday over intelligence reports that Latin American drug cartels are closely linked with Hezbollah and Iran, many within the U.S. law enforcement community were grateful ...
Terrorist Fears Will Force Obama to Send Troops to the Border
America and Iran have been involved in a covert war for many years over Iran’s efforts to geopolitically dominate the Middle East. Fearing the political and financial costs of sustaining ...
‘Hell to Pay’ if Terrorists’ Link to Drug Cartels isn’t Checked
The Washington Times Collaboration between Latin American drug cartels and groups such as Iran's Quds Force and the Islamic terror group Hezbollah is growing “far faster than most policymakers in Washington, ...
Terror From Below?
Threat exposes Mexican border vulnerability Judicial Watch -- December 9   Middle Eastern Terrorists Plan U.S. Attack From Mexico American Border Patrol smuggled "WMDs" across the border.     Middle Eastern terrorists have infiltrated Latin American ...
Breaking: Islamic terrorists plot to attack U.S. from Mexico
Breaking: Islamic terrorists plot to attack U.S. from Mexico
Terrorists from several Middle Eastern groups have infiltrated Latin American countries — especially Mexico — in order to plot and carry out attacks against the United States, according to an alarming exposé broadcast ...
Quietly, Mexico Frustrates Iranian Schemes
Quietly, Mexico Frustrates Iranian Schemes
How is it that Mexico got caught up in an Iranian plot to assassinate the Saudi ambassador to the United States? Manssor Arbabsiar had his flight itinerary diverted from Mexico ...

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