Category: Terrorism

Experts say passenger plane that crashed in Tehran likely shot down

Experts say that the Ukrainian passenger plane that crashed in Tehran early this morning was likely shot down.

The aircraft plunged out of the sky shortly after take off, killing all 167 passengers and nine crew. The majority of passengers were from Iran and Canada.

The timing of the crash, coming just hours after Iran fired missiles towards U.S. bases in Iraq, immediately prompted speculation that the plane had been accidentally shot down.

Australian police say arsonists and lightning to blame for bushfires, not climate change

Authorities in Australia are working on the premise that arsonists and lightning strikes are to blame for bushfires that have devastated numerous areas of the country, not “climate change” as many global warming alarmists have claimed.

Muslim population passes 3 million in UK for first time, while Christian population continues to decline

The Muslim population of England has passed the three million mark for the first time, according to estimates prepared by Whitehall.

They said that Muslims are the fastest-growing faith group in the country – while allegiance to Christianity continues to decline.

Iran has Hezbollah sleeper cells in the US ready to strike

Last year, the the criminal prosecution and conviction in New York of the Hezbollah operative Ali Kourani revealed that the terror outfit has already plotted to attack U.S. interests inside the country and is ready to activate if it considers the existence of either Hezbollah or Iran to be at stake.

Ilhan Omar ‘outraged the president would assassinate a foreign leader’

A day after saying Congress must “step in and stop” President Trump after he instructed U.S. forces to kill top Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani and Iraqi militia leader Abu Mahdi al Muhandis, Rep. Ilhan Omar said she was “outraged the president would assassinate a foreign official.”

Iran-backed militiamen withdraw from siege of US Embassy in Baghdad after Trump sends in troops

The siege outside of the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad came to an end Wednesday afternoon after dozens of pro-Iran militiamen and their supporters withdrew from the compound.

The two-day crisis started early Tuesday, when, in an orchestrated assault, hundreds of protesters stormed the embassy compound, one of the most heavily fortified U.S. diplomatic missions in the world.

Anti-Trump media calls Iran-backed militias “Iraqi mourners”

Pro-Iran militants in Iraq have laid siege to the U.S. Embassy compound in Baghdad, vowing to kill everyone inside if they gain entry.

Yet, in the eyes of a liberal media, who are focused on an anti-Trump narrative, Iraqi Shiite militia supporters are shamelessly billed as “Iraqi mourners.”