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Stockholm Syndrome & the 'Chibok Girls'

Most of us had certainly come across this (One of the Chibok girls kidnapped by Bokoharam who then married one of those terrorist fighters, & then ran away from the terrorists with her baby, feels that she’s missing her husband?) 100 more words

Women & Gender

State Department Confirms $400 Million to Iran Was Ransom Payment

In an unprecedented blow to the Obama Administration, the State Department announced today the the $400 Million dollars seen taken off of a private jet in Iran, was infact given to Iran on the condition of releasing hostages. 363 more words

News

OBAMA SAID WE DO NOT PAY RANSOM FOR HOSTAGES: US HELD CASH UNTIL IRAN FREED HOSTAGES, WSJ

Obama August 4: “We do not pay ransom for hostages. We’ve got a number of Americans being held all around the world. And I meet with their families. 106 more words

Politics

Former District Attorney asks: Did it ever occur to President Obama to ask why he couldn’t just cut a check to Iranians ?

NATIONAL REVIEW
Obama’s Cash Payment to Iran Was More Than a Ransom — It Broke Criminal Law
by Andrew C. McCarthy
August 6, 2016

…The hotly debated question was whether the payment, which the administration attributes to a 37-year-old arms deal, was actually a ransom paid for the release of American hostages Tehran had abducted. 45 more words

Israel & Middle East

Obama lied about the Iran Deal, lies about Israel's support, lies about Iran ransom payment

Presidents have been impeached for less. On Thursday last week Barack Obama came out with a breathtaking lie. I literally gasped out loud when I read his outrageous statement that “ 2,145 more words

International Relations

OBAMA $400 MILLION CASH RANSOM PAYMENT TO IRAN BROKE THE LAW: ANDREW MCCARTHY

Andrew McCarthy, NRO: “By his own account, President Obama engaged in the complex cash transfer in order to end-run sanctions that prohibit the U.S. from having “a banking relationship with Iran.” The point of the sanctions is not to prevent banking with Iran; it is to prevent Iran from getting value from or through our financial system — the banking prohibition is a corollary. 238 more words

Politics