Tom Quiggin and Seth Frantzman

Tom Quiggin has 30 years of practical experience in security and intelligence matters and is qualified as a court expert in the reliability of intelligence as evidence and on terrorism. His years of practical experience include a variety of intelligence positions for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the Canadian Armed Forces, the United Nations Protection Force in Yugoslavia, Citizen and Immigration Canada, and more. He recently published a report exposing Islamic Relief Canada and is the author of “Seeing the Invisible: National Security Intelligence in an Uncertain Age”.

Social Media: @TomTSEC // twitter.com/tomtsec

Website: @quigginreport


Seth Frantzman

Seth Frantzman is a journalist and analyst concentrating on the Middle East. He is the Op-Ed Editor and an analyst on Middle East Affairs at the The Jerusalem Post and his work has appeared at The National Interest, The Hill, National Review, The Moscow Times, and Rudaw based in Iraq. As a correspondent and researcher, he has covered the war on ISIS in Iraq and security in Turkey, Egypt, the Palestinian Authority, Jordan, the UAE and eastern Europe.

Social Media: @sfrantzman

Website: www.jpost.com/Author/Seth-J-Frantzman

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