Homegrown Islamic Extremism on the Rise in United States

The threat of homegrown Islamist extremism in the United States is on the rise, according to a new House Homeland Security Committee report.

Nearly 20 percent of the 204 homegrown jihadist incidents in the United States since the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks have occurred over the past year, the committee found in its monthly Terror Threat Snapshot, citing data from the Majority Staff of the Homeland Security Committee.

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  • Gary

    Obama’s legacy on top of the race wars and poverty .

  • pdxnag

    It is as if Muslims suffer from a sort of Tourette’s terrorism syndrome, brought on by incessantly chanting hate for non-Muslims. Caused by reciting mandatory prayers of violent hate, mandatory only because they voluntarily refuse to become apostates from Islam. Islam creates monsters.

    I terrorize non-Muslims therefor I am (therefor I am Muslim).

  • Hard Little Machine

    Let’s point them at the colleges.

  • Ammy

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