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Articles By: Gadi Adelman

 

Contributing Editor Gadi Adelman is a freelance writer and lecturer on the history of terrorism and counterterrorism. He grew up in Israel, studying terrorism and Islam for 35 years after surviving a terrorist bomb in Jerusalem in which 7 children were killed. Since returning to the U. S., Gadi teaches and lectures to law enforcement agencies as well as high schools and colleges. His articles have appeared in The Jerusalem Post, Frontpage Mag, Family Security Matters and dozens of other sites. He can be heard every Thursday night at 8PM est. on his own radio show “Radio Jihad Network” on Blog Talk Radio. He can be reached through his website gadiadelman.com.

 
Not “IF”… but “When”

Not “IF”… but “When”

Over 3 years ago I wrote about the TSA and called it “window dressing”, now on the heels of knives being allowed back on planes and a fake bomb making it through security, a former TSA agent has come forward […]

And… “I” am the Islamaphobe?

And… “I” am the Islamaphobe?

Over the years I have been called many things and received so many death threats I’ve stopped counting. I’ve written hundreds of articles with examples of ‘stealth Jihad’ and ‘creeping Sharia’ from our schools to our courts to so called […]

Cloaks and Keffiyehs

Cloaks and Keffiyehs

The new White House chief of staff, Denis McDonough, says there’s “a grave concern” about delays in assembling President Barack Obama’s second-term national security team. When dealing with CIA Director-designate John Brennan the “grave concern” should be his ability and […]

Discussing Islam – A losing battle?

Discussing Islam – A losing battle?

Islam, Sharia, jihad and terror. Daily, more things appear in the news about the truth of Islam from a multitude of venues. Why do people refuse to hear this truth? “Perhaps these things that seem important to me are unimportant, […]

It’s Not the Taliban, It’s Our Insults

It’s Not the Taliban, It’s Our Insults

There comes a time when you have to admit, no matter what your political views, that every time the Obama administration enacts another rule or decision, it goes beyond all sense. The new U.S. Army handbook is just another one […]

He Said It, I Didn’t Have To

He Said It, I Didn’t Have To

After countries have been at war, normally the winner of that war commands the peace treaty as well as the final borders. This has been standard as far back as written history; some historians would even argue it goes further […]

The Cornerstone Of Regional Stability And Peace

The Cornerstone Of Regional Stability And Peace

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton shuttled back and forth between Jerusalem, Ramallah, and Cairo to help achieve a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas. Less than 24 hours after it is reached Egypt’s President Morsi declares Dictatorship. U.S. Secretary of […]

The World, Israel And The Blame Game

The World, Israel And The Blame Game

The only thing raining down faster than rockets into Israel from Gaza are the protests and hypocritical condemnation aimed at Israel throughout the world demanding Israel stop abusing and killing poor innocent Palestinians. The headlines are horrific, no one wants […]

Retaliate, Yet Again

Retaliate, Yet Again

As of Sunday morning 116 missiles had been fired in to Israel from Gaza in a 24 hour period. The IDF has raised its alert level in the area of the Golan Heights on the Syrian border after firing in […]

Does It All Come Down To This?

Does It All Come Down To This?

Like everyone else living in the U.S., I will be glad when this election is finally over. But the question must be asked, can the change of the President really change the current situation in the Middle East? Israel, the […]