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Danny Eisen

Co-Founder of the Canadian Coalition Against Terror

Danny Eisen is a Toronto-based consultant and co-founder of C-CAT, the Canadian Coalition Against Terror. C-CAT is comprised of Canadian terror victims, counterterrorism professionals, lawyers and other individuals dedicated to building bridges between the private and public sectors in the battle against terrorism and to assisting terror victims in rebuilding their lives
Bill C-51 Is Right to Criminalize the Advocacy of

Bill C-51 Is Right to Criminalize the Advocacy of Terrorism

The advocacy of terrorism cannot be separated out neatly from the violence it generates. It is not an ancillary factor causally removed from its devastating result, but an inextricable feature of the recruitment methodology employed by terror-supporting states, terrorist organizations and their supporters.
05/10/2015 11:08 EDT
Keep Relief Efforts from Terrorists'

Keep Relief Efforts from Terrorists' Hands

Canada has sanctioned some of these front organizations by designating them as terrorist organizations, depriving them of charitable status, or freezing their assets. But the Turkish-based IHH has managed to avoid a terrorist designation in North America -- a disconcerting fact that Canada would be wise to remedy.
01/31/2014 05:16 EST
Victims, Heroes and Pakistani Complicity in the Attack on

Victims, Heroes and Pakistani Complicity in the Attack on Mumbai

From amidst the carnage, an epidemic of heroism emerged that should be remembered along with those who lost lives and limbs. In stark contrast to the pitiless resolve of the killers who combed the halls of Mumbai's Taj Mahal Hotel and executed its guests, the hotel's employees refused to abandon the iconic edifice.
12/11/2013 09:08 EST
Canada, Ban This Organization That Burns Christians and Bombs Churches

Canada, Ban This Organization That Burns Christians and Bombs Churches Now

Groups like the Tamil Tigers intimidated, assaulted and extorted Tamil-Canadians to provide financial support to the Tigers. Babbar Khalsa, a Sikh separatist group, also continued recruiting and fundraising within the Indo-Canadian community despite its sponsorship of the 1985 Air India bombings that killed 331 people.
11/20/2013 12:36 EST
The Obama-Rouhani Playbook for Aspiring

The Obama-Rouhani Playbook for Aspiring Tyrants

The charmless Ahmadinejad disrupted the mutually beneficial dynamic with his inability to strike the right balance between genocidal banter and diplomatic pillow talk. His unremitting anti-Semitism -- ringing with historical authenticity -- laid bare the pathological Jew-hatred of the Khomeinist creed, and amplified the threat of a unilateral Israeli response.
10/18/2013 12:36 EDT