Seth J. Frantzman is Oped Editor and Middle East affairs analyst at The Jerusalem Post, and a contributor to Defense News, The National Interest and the Digest of Middle East Studies. His current interests include regional security, Kurdish issues, refugees, the history of the Holy Land, the Beduin and land laws.
Steven Emerson is considered one of the leading authorities on Islamic extremist networks, financing and operations as well national security and intelligence. He is the Executive Director of The Investigative Project on Terrorism, a non-profit organization that maintains one of the world’s largest storehouses of archival data and intelligence on Islamic and Middle Eastern terrorist groups.
Emerson launched The Investigative Project on Terrorism in 1995, following the November 1994 broadcast of his documentary film, “Jihad in America,” on PBS. The film exposed clandestine operations of militant Islamic terrorist groups on American soil. Emerson is the author or co-author of six books on terrorism and national security.
Emerson has been interviewed frequently thousands of times on all the major television networks and in the national and international print and electronic media including the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Jerusalem Post, NY Post, Fox News, NBC News, CBS News ABC, Fox News, ABC News, Sinclair Broadcasting, CNBC, MSNBC, Newsday, Los Angeles Times, The Daily Mail, BBC, National Geographic, Der Spiegel, Algemeiner, AP, Reuters, etc.
IPT’s website can be found at www.investigativeproject.org.