The Joscelyn file

Thomas Joscelyn, who has written so well about the evidence of connections between Iraq and al Qaeda, has a new blog. Right now, he’s focusing on the release of Mohammed Ali Hammadi, who hijacked TWA Flight 847 in 1985 and killed a member of the U.S. Navy in the process. The problem goes beyond Hammadi — it seems that the European legal system is such that terrorists responsible for killing Americans are not being brought to justice.

Joscelyn does a better job than anyone I know of keeping track of key terrorists and their connections. Regular visits to his blog are likely to be very rewarding.

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