The Middle East Forum has announced Jihad Intel, a project to provide law enforcement with detailed information on violent Islamist groups. MEF writes, “ Not only does the FBI admit that the threat of ISIS attacks in the west is ‘not even close to being under control’ but there are hundreds more jihadi organizations, with new ones forming continually. Most are active on social media, recruiting globally.”
The Middle East Forum continues:
Each has its own identifying symbols. So, in response, Jihad Intel has established a public, gratis database of visual identifiers of over 125 Islamic terrorist groups – hundreds of emblems, flags, headbands, graffiti, propaganda, social media tags and other symbols used to incite Muslims to violence – with new groups and identifiers added continually.
Jihad Intel also provides background information on each terrorist organization, including a list of Western countries which have designated the organization as terrorist.
Law Enforcement and interested citizens are encouraged to join a gratis mailing list to receive intelligence bulletins on jihadist threats and information about future training seminars.
This effort also responds to the Obama administration’s removal of references to Islam from law enforcement and national security training materials. “Political correctness impedes law enforcement,” notes Daniel Pipes, president of the Middle East Forum, “but we empower the police to safeguard Americans from jihadis.”
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