Investigative Project on Terrorism

Why the PA can be sued in the US for “terrorism” but Israel can't

The civil suit against the Palestinian Authority that began this month demonstrates the stark prejudices that inform the prosecution of “terrorism” in US courts.

Islamophobia bankroller behind organizer of Israel junket for US “Muslim leaders”

The Shalom Hartman Institute uses interfaith program as part of effort to turn prominent and emerging US Muslim leaders into apologists for Zionism.

How the US falsely accused a Palestinian teacher of aiding terror

Khadijah Qamar and
Hamdan Azhar
1 October 2014

The case of Sami Al-Arian is emblematic of the altered state of the US justice system after 11 September 2001.

Top players in Islamophobia industry paid over $150,000 per year

Thirty-seven laws hostile to Islam have been introduced across the US so far this year.

Why is "terror expert" attacking US solidarity groups?

Kristin Szremski
5 January 2012
A “terror expert” in the US is trying to entangle an American non-profit organization in a shroud of secretive conspiracy theories intent on branding it a “supporter of terrorism.”
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