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CJA is an American-based military organization with units in America and several other Western countries and a growing presence in every country in the world. General Alexander Hamilton, commander of the CJA, says:
We follow the Constitution of the United States of America. Our members, however, include contingencies from Britain, France, Spain, Germany, Italy, Greece, and several other European countries. We also have units in India, China, and Russia. We have a growing presence in every country in the world. Our goal is to:
Stop terrorist and sleeper Islam and Muslims.
Friday, July 4, 2014, we launched the CJA (Counter Jihad Army) website. This website simply reports the activities of the CJA (Counter Jihad Army). It is not a recruitment station for the CJA. It is one of the think tanks of The L. F. Nexus Think Tanks. The L. F. Nexus Think Tanks does not support the vigilante nature of some of the actions of the CJA. However, the L. F. Nexus Think Tanks does believe that the CJA is just in all of its dealings.
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Drug violence may be behind the killing of four taxi drivers in the picturesque central Mexican town of San Miguel de Allende, a popular tourism destination that is home to thousands of American retirees, authorities said Thursday.
German police say a car has careened down a stairway into a subway station in Berlin after the driver apparently swerved to avoid a cyclist and lost control.
A Minnesota inmate is still missing after a van full of inmates was stolen by a prisoner.
A 51-year-old man has convinced a judge against all odds that Detroit cops framed him in a fatal shooting 25 years ago with bogus bullet evidence.
A registered nurse who works at a Jackson, Mississippi metro area hospital has been arrested and charged with the embezzlement of drugs.
The Pentagon says two Chinese aircraft conducted an unsafe and unprofessional intercept of a U.S. Navy surveillance aircraft over the South China Sea.
The spokesman for the Libyan health ministry says a total of 28 people have been killed and over 130 wounded in intense fighting between militias in the capital, Tripoli.
A northern Nevada school district has tentatively reversed a long-standing policy that would have prohibited Native American students from wearing eagle feathers on their graduation caps.
A California prosecutor says a man convicted of raping a relative received a sentence that's too lenient, comparing it to the case of former Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner.
A team of gunmen opened fire on a bus carrying Coptic Christians south of Cairo Friday, killing at least 28, including children, and wounding 22 other people, Egyptian officials confirmed.
A Connecticut probate judge has given a man charged with killing his wife 60 days to detail what he did with her finances in the 17 months since her death.
Authorities say a Maryland man was paying people to draw their blood and storing the blood in large quantities in an abandoned apartment in Washington.
Hundreds of American veterans die each day and each of them unquestionably earned the honor of having “Taps” played during their burial ceremony as a final tribute for their sacrifice.
Prosecutors in New York say a drug trafficker plotted to move U.S.-bound cocaine between South and Central America with submarines and planes.
A masked man crashed his tractor trailer into Bunny Ranch brothel before dawn Thursday.
South Carolina wildlife authorities are investigating after photos circulated online showing beer being poured down a young alligator's throat.
An inmate being transported from a Minnesota state prison in St. Cloud to the prison in Lino Lakes hijacked a transport van full of other prisoners and escaped.
As President Trump wrapped up his first foreign trip on Friday, Iranian leaders made another defiant declaration in the war of words unfolding between Tehran and Washington.
The FBI has launched a digital billboard campaign to draw attention to Oregon’s biggest missing persons case--the tragic 2010 disappearance of a 7-year-old boy.
Key leaders of embattled Brazilian President Michel Temer's governing coalition are speaking openly about who might replace him if he's forced out by a corruption scandal.
The military on Friday will honor more than a dozen deceased members of a largely Native Alaskan citizen militia who protected the U.S. territory from the threat of Japanese invasion during World War II, bringing closure to their families for a service that went unpaid and unrecognized for decades.
Federal authorities say an airline passenger tried to bite a flight attendant, then jumped out of the aircraft and onto the tarmac at a North Carolina airport.
Attacking a cop or judge in Texas is about to become a hate crime, after state lawmakers sent Gov. Greg Abbott a bill is all but sure to sign – since he was the first to propose it.
Kuwaiti customs officials seized a pigeon carrying 178 ketamine pills in a tiny backpack.
Members of the Royal Air Force wrote a personal message on a missile targeting ISIS fighters after the militant group claimed responsibility for Monday's deadly attack at an Ariana Grande concert.
Two Chinese J-10 fighter jets flew within 200 yards of a U.S. Navy P-3 surveillance plane approximately 150 miles southeast of Hong Kong in international airspace this week, a U.S. defense official told Fox News on Friday.
A judge is weighing whether to order a DNA sample from the former husband of a popular radio host who was killed five years ago.
Israel has announced a series of goodwill gestures for Palestinians ahead of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan a day after it warned Gaza's already meager electricity supply could be further reduced following a spat between Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and the Islamic militant group Hamas that rules the territory.
A Connecticut man who police say threw acid at a woman who refused to marry him has been sentenced to at least six years in prison.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino has acknowledged, via a letter, that North Korean workers constructing the 2018 Russia World Cup Stadium in St. Petersburg have been subjected to human rights abuses in work conditions that have been called “often appalling.”
Kentucky detectives said Friday they are searching for a missing 13-year-old girl and her young sister who may have been abducted by their mother after their father’s funeral.
The Pentagon announced plans to launch an intercontinental-ballistic missile in the next few days, similar to the recent weapons tests from North Korea.
The United Nations says South Sudan has released a U.N. journalist held for two and a half years without trial.
A former Salvadoran colonel housed in a Virginia jail and wanted by Spain in the deaths of six clergymen is receiving adequate medical care and should remain imprisoned, prosecutors have argued in a legal filing.
The Latest on a decision to throw out a Detroit man's murder conviction after 25 years (all times local): ___ 12:25 p.m.
With North Korea's nuclear missile threat in mind, the Pentagon is planning a missile defense test next week that for the first time will target an intercontinental-range missile.
Six security officers and 20 other people are on trial in Tunisia over a 2015 Islamic extremist attack on a beach resort that killed 38 people, mostly British tourists.
Court records say prosecutors will seek the death penalty if a northwest Missouri man is convicted of killing four members of his family.
Federal prosecutors say a money manager stole more than $4.5 million from an unnamed former NFL player who played several years for the Indianapolis Colts.
A man accused in two fatal shootings in the St. Louis area was arrested after being found naked walking along a street in Tennessee.
As Air Force officials investigate allegations that inspectors were invited to view the remains of astronaut and former U.S. Sen. John Glenn at Dover Air Force Base, a military mortuary chief says Glenn's remains were treated with "impeccable care."
A suburban Chicago judge has ordered a mental fitness evaluation for a Wisconsin man charged with shooting and seriously injuring an Amtrak conductor.
Police body cameras are usually associated with capturing criminal activity.
A new police commander in Poland says he is firing employees at the police station where a 25-year-old detainee died last year after repeated shocks from a Taser.
An east Texas city has asked a law firm to investigate the arrest of Miss Black Texas 2016 after she and officers gave differing accounts of the incident.
A Rhode Island woman has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for her role in the death of a Massachusetts man whose body was found buried under newly poured concrete at her home.
The man who comforted 8-year-old Saffie Rose Roussos moments after the explosion at the Manchester arena on Monday said news of the girl's death has devastated him ever since.
An empty hopper barge that was being towed by another boat broke loose of its cables and was carried on the waves before being grounded near a rock jetty along the Gulf of Mexico
A Chicago jail has started offering gourmet Italian pizzas to inmates.
A father of three young girls has written a now-viral open letter to Ariana Grande after she apologized to her fans following the terrorist attack in Manchester, England, Monday, where she had just performed.