Tags » Ideological War

Will Pakistan Be The Next Syria-like Battleground?

By Lawrence Sellin Ph.D. ~

China is nervous.

Over the last few months, the Chinese have encouraged and participated in talks between Iranian and Pakistani officials about the increasing tension along their joint border in Pakistan’s southwest province of Balochistan. 622 more words

Public Opinion

Saudis, Iran On Path To 'Very, Very Bloody' War

By Frank Gaffney, Jr. ~

While the world tries to interpret Saudi Arabia’s moves to clamp down on corruption and watches the kingdom accuse Iran of an “act of war,” a former Reagan administration Pentagon official says Saudi Arabia is gearing up for the very real possibility of a “very, very bloody” war with Iran. 1,076 more words

Public Opinion

Fireball On A London Train: Terrorism Suspected

By Andrew Bolt ~

The BBC reports:

An explosion on a Tube train in south-west London is being treated as terrorism, Scotland Yard has said.

143 more words
Public Opinion

16 Years After 9/11, Government Lacks Answers In Combating Terrorism

By Fred Lucas ~

The United States and allies seem to lack a clear strategy for toppling the terrorist threat 16 years after the worst terrorist attack in American history, experts say. 766 more words

Public Opinion

Terror can be conquered ONLY with greater terror

Family Security Matters, by ALEXANDER G. MARKOVSKY, Aug. 23, 2017:

It is exceedingly obvious that the West continues projecting weakness and strategic incoherence. The Western Democracies are incapable of rejecting postmodern liberal thinking that Islam is peaceful and acknowledge that we are in the age-old struggle between freedom and tyranny. 790 more words

Counter Jihad Report

It's Official: the Left is less tolerant than the Right

Official statistics from the Pew Research Center have made clear that a larger percentage of Democrats than Republican have problems accepting the political views of those different from themselves. 687 more words


Pakistan's Permanent Jihadi Network

By Lawrence Sellin Ph.D. ~

The United States, NATO and the Afghan government should not be trying to bring the Taliban to the negotiating table, but Pakistan. 849 more words

Public Opinion