Jun 25, 2015

Number of Islamic Terror-Related Arrests in 2015 Surpass Previous Two Years Combined | PJ Tatler

Last month I reported here exclusively at PJ Media on the rapidly escalating number of Islamic terror-related arrests this year, noting that we were on pace to surpass the number of arrests for 2013 and 2014 combined (48) before the halfway point of the current year next week.In fact, that is exactly what has happened. At present 53 suspects have been arrested or involved in Islamic...

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