Drone strikes on terrorist cell phone users by time of day in Yemen

I will worry about terrorists in a more serious way when they stop using their mobile phones. I worry even more when they stop blabbing to everyone at the local mosque about their intentions.

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Source: Fotini Christia, Leon Yao, Stephen Wittels, and Jure Leskovec | Seven Things Cell Data Shows About Life In Yemen, Foreign Affairs (July 2015).

How does the logic of gun free zones differ?

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HT: David Spady

Too many terrorists were released from #Gitmo

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SIS’s external attacks and ambitions

#GeorgeOrwell on @jeremycorbyn #pacifism and #Paris

Source: George Orwell: Pacifism and the War

#Paris Kurdish forces, backed by U.S. airstrikes, launch offensive in Iraq

The expansion of ISIS

The list of no-go zones for U.S. airlines keeps growing

Who has gained ground after the Russian air strikes?

Last British Gitmo prisoner released

Why this Bozo wanted to be put on trial is beyond me.

The usual sentence for a terrorist offence in a US court is life without parole. He had a much better deal being detained until either the end of hostilities or until the combatant status review tribunal determined he was no longer likely to rejoin the fight. The combatant status review tribunals have made a number of errors and up to 100 Gitmo detainees have rejoined their battle to destroy Western civilisation.

If he had been put on trial and convicted, that meant the rest of his life in prison in maximum-security. If found not guilty, he would have remained in Gitmo until the end of hostilities or until a combatant status review tribunal released him early.

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