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My name is Daniel Greenfield. I'm a blogger and columnist born in Israel and currently living in New York City. I am a contributing editor at Family Security Matters. My columns regularly appear at Family Security Matters, IsraeleNews and daily at the Canada Free Press, as well as on occasion at Act for America and at Front Page Magazine. My op eds have also appeared in the Jewish Press.
I have been named one of the Jewish Press' Most Worthwhile Blogs in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009. My writing has been cited by Melanie Philips, Daniel Pipes, Judith Klinghoffer and Michelle Malkin, among others.
My investigative pieces have included the story of Obama and Pfleger, which I was the first to break months before the mainstream media. I also detailed the larger picture of Obama's radical clergy ties, including Farrakhan supporters, as well as exposing Rabbis for Obama as being a front group for Pro-Hamas appeasement supporters.
I broke the story on Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice recognizing a Hizbullah\Fatah propagandist with an award as one of the International Women of Courage.
I exposed the involvement of a CAIR official in the Muslims for Ron Paul group and the deletion of an honor killing from the movie Crossing Over.
I investigated the ties of the Durham torture Dems to Anti-Israel and Pro-Saddam activism.
Analyzed early on that Samir Kuntar was to be a major factor in the second Lebanon war
Investigated the Islamist ties of Al Queda's Congressman
I write a daily blog column on issues involving Islamic Terrorism, Israeli and American politics and Europe's own clash of civilizations. My pieces are available to all bloggers to reproduce with proper attribution. If you are a newspaper or larger commercial entity, please email me to let me know that you intend on using one of my columns.
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