[Gadi Adelman is] "Leading in the movement in the study of counter-terrorism", Dr. Walid Phares, Advisor to the Anti-Terrorism Caucus in the US House of Representatives

Recent Articles from Gadi Adelman

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What Difference Does It Make? Arguably the most known statement by former Secretary of State and current Democratic Presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton is the statement she made during the Benghazi hearings in January 2013..
Leading from behind doesn’t work With the current situation in the world, now more than ever, the debate on United States national security should be front and center. Thanks to Concerned Veterans for America (CVA), it is.
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 stated what I’ve known all along.
And I’m 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 ‘honor killings’ and yet most people refuse to even see it. Now it’s become a “standard curriculum” for our schools through CSCOPE.

Gadi Adelman and America Akbar Get a song!

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Gadi Adelman and America Akbar get a song!

Conservative singer/songer writers Big Dawg and Lisa Mei Norton who are fans of the America Akbar radio program surprised Gadi during his radio show on April 28.

The song "Fellow Infidels" was written by Big Dawg and sung by Lisa Mei Norton.

Done in a Slow Island sound it captures Gadi's life and work in the counter terror field.

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Carolina Journal TV report

A short news report from Carolina Journal TV about the "Sacrificed Survivors" event in Chapel Hill, NC. It features Tim Brown and myself.


Speeches from the "Sacrificed Survivors" Event

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Here are all the speeches from the "Sacrificed Survivors" Event on March 16th at UNC Chapel Hill, NC. I was honored to be in the company of retired Firefighter and 9/11 survivor, Tim Brown and Ilario Pantano, Former Marine Second Lieutenant, who was awarded the Combat Action Ribbon with Gold Star (2nd Award). The speeches are in order.

Clip one: Martin Maywer, President Christian Action Network introduces Retired Firefighter and 9/11 survivor, Tim Brown followed by Tim Browns speech.

Clip two: Speech by Ilario Pantano, Former Marine Second Lieutenant and candidate for US Congress. Intro by Tim Brown.

Clip three: Gadi Adelman speech, intro by Ilario Pantano

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I warned that this would happen, I've written and spoken on this for a year. I said it would set a precedent. This animal is found guilty of only second degree murder? This is the ultimate miscarriage of justice! He murdered his OWN child!


A Maricopa County Superior Court jury on Tuesday found an Iraqi immigrant guilty of running down his daughter and another woman in a Peoria parking lot in Oct. 2009.

Faleh Hassan Al-Maleki was found guilty of second-degree murder for killing his daughter Noor, 20, and of aggravated assault for injuring her boyfriend's mother, Amal Khalaf, 41. He was also found guilty of two counts of leaving the scene of a fatal or injury accident.

It was never a "who-done-it" trial.

Prosecutors and defense attorneys didn't dispute that Al-Maleki hit the two women. But they disagreed on whether he meant to do it. The jury's job was to determine if Al-Maleki had committed first-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder, or the lesser offenses of second-degree murder and aggravated assault. Either way, Al-Maleki was likely to spend the rest of his life in prison.

Jurors will reconvene Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. to determine if there are aggravating factors that would earn harsher sentences for Al-Maleki. Prosecutor Laura Reckart is alleging that Al-Maleki was lying in wait, that he inflicted serious injury and that he caused physical, financial and emotional harm to his victims.

At sentencing, he faces 10 to 22 years in prison for second-degree murder, 5 to 15 years for aggravated assault, and 2 to 8 ¾ years for leaving the scene of the accident. All of those sentences would be stacked on top of each other, meaning Al-Maleki can face 17 to 45 ¾ years in prison. He is already 50 years old.

Al-Maleki's attorneys said the Glendale man drove his Jeep toward the two women, but swerved to avoid Khalaf and tragically hit his daughter.

His actions were reckless, attorneys said.

"Faleh didn't intend to hurt anyone," public defender Jeffrey Kirchler said. "What happened that day was an accident, a horrible accident."

Attorneys acknowledged that Al-Maleki was saddened by his daughter's decision to move out of his home in 2009. The Iraqi immigrant wiped tears from his eyes during closing statements Feb. 14 as Kirchler told jurors about Al-Maleki's fears that Khalaf's family was a negative influence on his daughter.

But Al-Maleki never intended to kill his first-born, Kirchler said.

Police and prosecutors told a different story.

They said Al-Maleki was enraged by his daughter's choices and felt she had dishonored him, so when he saw her and the woman she had gone to live with in the parking lot, he seized the opportunity.

Police estimated Al-Maleki was traveling at least 20 miles per hour when he hit the two women.

If Al-Maleki had pressed his foot on the brakes, Noor would likely still be alive and Khalaf wouldn't have been injured, Reckart said.

"The evidence proves way beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant intended, wanted and desired to erase Noor and Amal from his life and this earth," she said.



Interview with Dr. Phares

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My exclusive interview with Dr. Walid Phares from 'America Akbar' on 12-30-10.

Dr Walid Phares is a senior fellow at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies and a professor of Global Strategies in Washington DC, he also advises theAnti-Terrorism Caucus at the US House of Representatives as well as members of the European Parliament. Dr. Phares discussed his new book “The Coming Revolution: Struggle for Freedom in the Middle East”, he stayed for over an hour and answered questions from me and my co-hosts as well as callers and those from the chat room. This is a must listen!

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