Kyle Shideler
Kyle Shideler
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Kyle Shideler is the director of the Threat Information Office at the Center for Security Policy. Kyle has worked for several organizations involved with Middle East and terrorism policy since 2006. He is a contributing author to “Saudi Arabia and the Global Islamic Terrorist Network: America and the West’s Fatal Embrace,” and has written for numerous publications and briefed legislative aides, intelligence, and law enforcement officials and the general public on national security issues.
No, Efforts To Designate The Muslim Brotherhood Aren’t Abandoned

A diverse range of voices favors Washington putting the squeeze on the Muslim Brotherhood, despite debates about to how to move forward effectively.

Yes, It’s Legal To Designate The Muslim Brotherhood A Terrorist Organization

Designating the Muslim Brotherhood would be a serious impediment to continuing the bipartisan, but failed, policy of cooperating with Islamists in the Middle East.

Here’s A Short List Of Foreign-Born Terrorists Reporters Can’t Believe Exist

The executive order by the Trump administration on immigration led to an urgent desire to proclaim there is no terrorism threat from immigrants. False.

CAIR Cannot Be Trusted To Police Radical Muslims

CAIR’s end goal is Muslim communities alienated from law enforcement and the wider American society, totally reliant on Islamist groups like CAIR for representation.

NPR Proves Willing Accomplice To Islamists’ U.S. Agenda

NPR’s shilling on behalf of Islamists represents a wider ignorance of Islamic doctrine and history that Islamists in the West have aggressively exploited.

If We’re Shaming Violent Rhetoric, Target The Muslim Brotherhood

The Left wants to say investigative videos incite violence but not that Islamist clerics and leaders do, although they call for violence and pro-lifers condemn it.

U.S. Officials Can’t Ask Syrian Refugees Key Questions

The Obama administration appears to have taken yet another terrorism-fighting tool away from U.S. law enforcement trying to screen Syrian refugees.