1. Canadians concerned over 'homegrown' fighters


    ... of hostages at the facility in January. The incident has led to a debate in Canada on what the country calls agrowingnumberof "homegrown fighters."

  2. Terrorists take control of cross-border region


    ... of Iraq fighters along Iraq's westernmost Sunni provinces began to send fighters into Syria's ... opposition forces. These fighters move illegally across a 600-kilometer, or 373-mile, stretch ... for fighters from Syria to go into Iraq to fight U.S. troops during the Iraqi war. Now, it not only

  3. Canada government:Americans insecure

    ... suffer from insecurity over the war in Iraq. The report was compiled from focus groups held ... they know little about Canadians, and few were aware Canada did not support the U.S. in the war in Iraq ... is perceived as a systematic attempt by Canadians to make the statement that they are not Americans

  4. Syrian blowback? American jihadis attacking homeland


    ... alarmed over the prospect that Americans now carrying out wartime attacks alongside Islamic militants ... sources have told WND that at least 25 American fighters are in Syria now, with others working ... opposition fighters, some of whom are linked to al-Qaida's Jabhat al-Nusra Front. The Americans

  5. Jihadis training in your neighborhood?


    ... previously reported on a documentary called "Homegrown Jihad: Terrorist Training Camps Around the U.S ... . "The one that really gets you concerned is in Georgia," he said. "You go down a road and all of a sudden ... of the trees. And one of the roads is named Mecca and the other Medina." Get "Homegrown Jihad: Terrorist

  6. Canadians vote Bushleast-liked president

    ... More than 60 percent of Canadians say they have an unfavorable opinion of President George W. Bush ... Group, found that while Canadians maintain a favorable attitude toward the United States, most blame ... Chretien over the decision to invade Iraq. ''George Bush as president will probably be the best

  7. 'Radicalized U.S. Muslims pose miniscule threat'


    ... A feared wave of homegrown terrorism by radicalized Muslim Americans has not materialized ... , with plots and arrests dropping sharply over the two years since an unusual peak in 2009, according to a new

  8. Canadians oppose U.S. ambassador nomination

    ... on these issues, they are not our primary interest. Rather, we are chiefly concerned that Canadians be left ... In an unusual foreign-relations move, Canadians have bombarded the U.S. Senate with letters ... Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth was continued by Cellucci when he took over as governor in 1997

  9. 35 terror training camps now operating inside U.S.

    ... "Homegrown Jihad: Terrorist Training Camps Around the U.S." provides compelling evidence of how "Muslims ... of the "Muslims of America" recruitment video. Get "Homegrown Jihad: Terrorist Training Camps Around ... Network found neighboring residents deeply concerned about military-style training taking place

  10. INS intensifies screening of Arab-Canadians

    ... immigration officers authority to fingerprint, photograph and monitor visiting Canadians born in high ... controls on Canadians. Such Canadians will be subject to special registration even if they left ... . Previously, all Canadian nationals visiting the U.S., including Arab-Canadians, were treated as "non