Believe it or not we are entering our ninth year here at PipeLineNews.org. We are continuing to grow, gain traffic and provide information regarding domestic and international counter-terrorism which you will find nowhere else.
2007 was an important year for us, for example in the space of a single month we got mentions in the New York Times, the Washington Times, the Nation Magazine and France's largest daily newspaper Le Monde. This indicates that our reach is increasing and that our efforts are having an impact.
Just a few highlights from 2007:
We investigated [dozens of stories and a video] and exposed the Islamist ideology of Dhabah Almontaser, the principal of the Arabic centric NY public school, the Khalil Gibran International Academy. Our efforts spearheaded the formation of the Stop the Madrassa Coalition. We believe that we are in large part responsible for Almontaser's ultimate resignation a huge defeat for the stealth jihadists.
We continued to expose the radical Islamism of the Council on American Islamic Relations [CAIR] perhaps the most dangerous Muslim organization in the United States. Over the course of the last year we authored over 25 major investigatory pieces detailing the activities of the this terror friendly, Saudi funded Hamas mouthpiece.
Because a strong defense is vital to defeating Muslim terror and our Armed Forces play a key role in that battle, we forged a strategic alliance with America's largest grassroots pro-troop group, Move America Forward, providing public relations assistance and reporting on their successful efforts to promote respect for our soldiers...Semper Fi!
We provided significant coverage of the Islamist effort to subjugate Europe, with special attention on Holland, where film maker Theo van Gogh was assassinated by Mohammed Bouyeri on election day 2004.
We exposed the radical Islamist ties of Farooq Kathwari, CEO of Ethan Allen Furniture company.
We called attention to Fouad Elbayly who called for murder of apostates. He resigned from The Islamic Center of Johnstown PA and was denied a speaking engagement at the local university as a result of our efforts.
We highlighted Philadelphia philanthropist Irvin J. Borowski's funding of and board membership in the Center for the Study of Islam & Democracy [CSID].
These are just a brief listing of some of the information that we provided during 2007. Please remember that the kind of journalism we do is funded by a very small budget, we do however, as you can see, get a lot of bang for the buck, so please help us do even more in 2008, by taking the above PayPal link. We believe it is money well spent and the system is a totally secure method of contributing.
Finally, the below link will take you to an archive of what we have written over the last 4 years. Also remember the site is searchable, so you can research whatever might be of interest easily and quickly.
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