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Obama’s Syria Policy Striptease

America’s settled policy of standing by while half a million Syrians have been killed, millions have become refugees, and large swaths of their country have been reduced to rubble is not a simple “mistake,” as critics like Nicholas D. 242 more words

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Islamic Republic of Iran threatens to “turn Tel Aviv and Haifa to dust”

Iran marked the anniversary of its 1980 invasion by Iraq by showing off its latest ships and missiles and telling the United States not to meddle in the Gulf. 96 more words

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A Joyous Holiday and a Sad World

Two million Muslims will be making the obligatory pilgrimage to Mecca, known as the Hajj, this month, as mandated by the Islamic calendar. The Hajj is one of the five basic pillars of Islam, a commandment that every Muslim must fulfill at least once in his lifetime. 276 more words

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Connecting the Nuclear Dots

After the attacks on September 11, 2001, Congress, the Bush administration, and terrorist experts complained that the country had simply not “connected the dots” provided by prior terrorist threats. 48 more words

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Iran Is Cheating on the Nuclear Deal, Now What?

On July 14, 2015, Iran and the six world powers known as the P5+1 (China, France, Germany, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States) reached an agreement on Iran’s nuclear program. 143 more words

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World War 3 Watch: September 19, 2016

WORLD WAR 3 WATCH
September 19, 2016
End Times Prophecy Report

WORLD WAR III WATCH:

Syria – Middle East – Iran – Israel – Iraq – Afghanistan – Pakistan – Russia – China – USA – North… 3,890 more words

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Obama Stopped Terror Victims' Court Payments

Shurat HaDin-Israel Law Center, representing American the families of terror victims who have won US court judgments against the government of Iran for its support of Palestinian terrorist attacks in Israel, on Tuesday released a letter it sent US Congress members alleging that the Obama Administration kept secret the details of the $1.7 billion in cash payments to Tehran in January 2016 in order to evade efforts by their clients to recover those funds to satisfy outstanding court awards. 97 more words

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