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and your Nation.
PLO Terrorist Speaks Out As a young man, Walid Shoebat joined the Palestinian
Liberation Organization and participated in acts of terror and
violence against Israel. He was imprisoned in Jerusalem's central
prison for incitement and violence against Israel. In 1993, Walid
studied the Tanach (Jewish Bible) in a challenge to convert his
wife to Islam. Six months later, after intense study, Walid realized
that everything he had been taught about Jews was a lie, so he
became an advocate for his former enemy. Walid is an American
citizen and lives in the USA with his wife and children under
an assumed name. Walid's extensive knowledge of the history and
politics of the Middle East enables him to provide a much needed
balance to our understanding of Middle Eastern Affairs.
& Customs Enforcement (ICE) is the largest investigative arm of
the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), responsible for eliminating
vulnerabilities in the nation's border, and with economic, transportation
and infrastructure security. ICE is composed of four law enforcement
divisions and several support divisions. ICE teams up with State
and Local Law Enforcement to really give some "bad guys"
a very hard time, as you'll see when you visit their site!
Bureau of Investigation (FBI) The very heart of FBI operations lies
in their investigations, which serve "to protect and defend
the United States against terrorist and foreign intelligence
threats and to enforce the criminal laws of the United States"
... to help protect Americans, their communities, and their businesses
from the most dangerous threats facing the nation ... from international
and domestic terrorists to spies on U.S. soil ... from cyber-villains
to corrupt government officials ... from mobsters to violent
gangs ,,, from child predators to serial killers. Learn more
here about rhe Bureau's work with law enforcement and intelligence
partners across the country and around the globe.
was created by President Richard Nixon through an Executive Order
in July 1973 in order to establish a single unified command to
combat "an all-out global war on the drug menace."
At its outset, the DEA had 1,470 Special Agents and a budget
of less than $75 million. Furthermore, in 1974, the DEA had 43
foreign offices in 31 countries. Today, the DEA has 5,235 Special
Agents, a budget of more than $2.3 billion and 86 foreign offices
in 62 countries. Click here to read about the DEA's proud
tradition of excellence.
States Marshal's Service Under the close supervision of senior U.S. Marshals,
Deputy U.S. Marshals perform the following vital law enforcement
apprehension; court securityl transporting and processing prisoners;
conducting body searches of prisoners and persons under arrest;
producing prisoners in court and maintaining custody of prisoners
throughout court proceedings; protecting sequestered juries;
providing protection for court facilities and personnel; executing
civil and criminal processes; and enforcing court orders and
Attorney General orders involving civil disturbances, acts of
of Homeland Security was established to provide the unifying core for
the vast national network of organizations and institutions involved
in efforts to secure our nation, and to protect it from future
terrorist attack. This merger of agencies, organizations, and
institutions appears to have greatly streamlined today's national
defense efforts, as discussed on the Department's website.
Capture "America's Most Wanted" Cases on AMW are carefully chosen from
the hundreds of requests received every week. Due to the high
volume of requests AMW often makes tough decisions when it comes
to choosing which cases to profile. They make every attempt to
cover cases from all parts of the country and all type of crimes.
Their goal is to give a voice to the maximum number of victims
possible, help find missing children, and bring fugitives to