Thomas Quiggin

Tom Quiggin is a court qualified expert on terrorism and on "the reliability of intelligence as evidence." He served 15 years in the Canadian Forces, including time on the ground in the Former Yugoslavia as an intelligence officer. He spent a year and a half as a Senior Fellow at S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies at the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He has 25 plus years of practical intelligence experience in a variety of positions including RCMP, the UN, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (War Crimes), the International War Crimes Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (The Hague), and the Privy Council Office.


Writings by Thomas Quiggin  (View Biography)

Title Date
The Muslim Brotherhood Connection: ISIS, "Lady al Qaeda," and the Muslim Students Association2017/06/01
Iran's Forward Operating Base against the U.S.2017/05/04
Muslim Brotherhood Front Group Seeking Removal of Listing as a "Terrorism Entity"2017/03/27
What Is the Muslim Brotherhood?2017/02/08
The Trump-Trudeau Tryst2017/02/07
Muslim Brotherhood Front Organizations, U.S. and Canada2017/01/31
Are Canada's Islamists Calling the Shots?2016/10/27
Guess Who Is Helping Islamists to Oppress Women?2016/10/10
Canada: Islamist Views in Ontario Schools2016/09/20