Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld is an expert on how terrorists finance their terror. She has a website, The American Center for Democracy, and her articles, as well as those of other excellent researchers and scholars, are also published at The Terror Finance Blog. I link to these and other sites in a prominent location on the sidebar.
Dr. Ehrenfeld is an author, and in her book Funding Evil she exposes how Saudi billionaire Khaled bin Mahfouz finances terror. As a result of that, this Saudi billionaire has launched a legal campaign against Dr. Ehrenfeld attempting to silence her, and, by extension, to silence others who tell the truth about terrorism and terrorists.
The initial attack from the Saudi billionaire came in the courts of the United Kingdom, where it is relatively easy for a plaintiff to support a claim of libel.
Dr. Ehrenfeld is fighting back. Her position appears to be that bin Mahfouz's UK judgement is unenforceable in the US due to First Amendment considerations. Furthermore, there is an effort to establish that the US court system (specifically New York's) has jurisdiction over bin Mahfouz, so that other legal battles can proceed.
Read about Dr. Ehrenfeld's story at the sites linked above, and specifically at this link: Fighting a Saudi Billionaire in U.S. Court.
Dr. Ehrenfeld probably does not consider herself a hero, but she is. She is battling the jihad on the most important fronts: money and law, which, together, are a major foundation for spin and political correctness, those two weapons that have been so devastatingly effective against what is right in the world.
Please keep Dr. Ehrenfeld in your thoughts and prayers. Learn about her work and her case, contact her and let her know you appreciate her efforts, and support her.
Keep in mind that she is battling terrorists. Terrorism is big business: it is well-funded, and her immediate enemy is a Saudi billionaire. With that in mind, hit her tip jar if you at all can -- anything will help.
As an aside, when I am writing the Gotham City series of posts, it is exactly people like Dr. Ehrenfeld that I dedicate those posts to. Dr. Ehrenfeld and people like her are, like Batman, ordinary people without any kind of super powers, but doing exceptionally heroic and extraordinarily super things against the supervillians of this world, and in defense of people they will never know; they are the detectives that will save Gotham City.
Dr. Ehrenfeld, don't blush. I may have sensationalized your efforts with the comparison to Batman, but your work is every bit as heroic and important as I make it out to be.