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The Iran Dilemma

I have for a long time believed that a nuclear deal with Iran will never turn out satisfactorily. Ever since the USA accused them of attempting to make nuclear weapons in 2003, negotiations have been on-going to reach an agreement that would stop the Middle East nation from acquiring these weapons. 798 more words


Ignore Islamic State At Your Peril!

The United Nations and world governments reaction to the advances made by Islāmic State (I.S.) in Syria and Iraq are to say the least, shameful. Everybody watches the TV news or reads reports in the newspapers about the advances they are making and just shrug their shoulders: “What’s it got to do with me?” 888 more words


What To Do About Mediterranean Migrants?

It will not have escaped your notice that the news is full of stories about the people from many nations trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea to get to Europe. 997 more words


Yemen. Civil War with a twist.

As the Islamic State train slows from conquering swaths of territory to kidnappings and propaganda; and Syria continues to smolder in civil war,  a new potential target for Western intervention as emerged in the form of Yemen. 572 more words


You Must Have an Enemy

Whoever you are and whatever you are you must have an enemy. If you are simply living a life sooner or later you will find an enemy or one will be thrust upon you. 240 more words

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If I Hear The Word 'Condemn' One More Time....

I don’t know about you, but I am sick of hearing politicians world-wide ‘condemn’ acts of terrorism but doing nothing to stop them. Now after the tragic murder of the Japanese reporters  Kenji Goto and Haruna Yukawa by Islamic State (IS), once again they are trotting along to the nearest microphone to ‘condemn’ this latest atrocity. 757 more words


Why Would I Distrust Muslims Baroness Warsi?

Baroness Warsi, a Muslim who quit her post in David  Cameron’s government last year, has claimed that the Muslim population in Britain are not trusted by the British population. 729 more words