News and Analysis (10/29/19)

CAIR demands release of evidence after attorneys filed an affidavit by an witness “who was in the warehouse at the time of the shooting, that said Abdullah didn’t have a gun and was shot while he was on his back”:

Instead of reporting their claimed suspicions of child abuse to the principal or child protection services, a teacher and student teacher questioned the boy about his religion and patriotism and strip searched him:

“The death “of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi during a raid by a U.S. Joint Special Operations Forces Command task force … shows that the United States does not need to have troops on the ground in order to deal with jihadist and other threats emanating from Syria”:

Assad had “nothing to gain and everything to lose … [unlike] the Al Qaeda-linked extremist group Jaysh-al Islam and the incredibly shady narrative management operation known as the White Helmets”:

We “destroyed a nation, destabilized a region, ravaged … religious minority communities, empowered … radicals, expanded Iran’s influence, and triggered sectarian strife that consumed hundreds of thousands of lives”:

“The victims, aged 74 and 78, were both hospitalised and one of them remains in intensive care after a bullet pierced his throat…” One was allegedly shot “at point-blank range”:

Israeli field-testing surveillance “technology on Palestinians who live under military occupation and therefore have no choice in the matter” is clearly misuse and abuse:

“[T]he number of immigrant visas issued to Muslim countries affected by the travel ban” decreased significantly while those “issued per month to the non-Muslim countries in the ban virtually remained unchanged” …

… but thanks to Congresswoman Nydia Velázquez’s office and the Yemeni American Merchants Association one immigrant family is among those who made it through:

“The idea for a joint declaration had been proposed to the pope by Rabbi Avraham Steinberg, an Israeli medical ethics expert”:

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