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What to Do About ISIS?

 Advertising the murder of Japanese Citizens
 They Must be No Longer at Ease

These days I find myself of one heart with the ancient Roman Senator… 2,177 more words

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Turkey Fiddles While Kobani Burns

ISISL’S Scorched Earth Policy

 On the Anatomy of a Bloody Quagmire

As I write, President Obama is meeting with his military advisors to discuss US strategy in the war against ISISL, which is on the verge of capturing yet another city and annexing it into their newly formed Caliphate under the ruthless leadership of Caliph Ibrahim – a radical Muslim theologian who regards himself as a soldier of Allah.    1,295 more words

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Dead Men Walking!  

Arab Leaders Allied with the US in Fight against ISIL
 Secular Princes and Powers are marked men among the Jihadists

Much is being made of the fact that the leading Sunni Arab nations have joined a US led coalition formed to fight and destroy the ISIL Caliphate that has seized control of large portions of the territory of Iraq and Syria.  1,305 more words

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President Obama at the United Nations

Calling for the world to join the fight against ISIL

              

The Security Council Tackles the ISIL Menace

In an extraordinary session of the UN Security Council chaired by President Obama, the question of Islamic Jihadist terrorism – specifically the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant aka ISIL – and what to do about it was explored.  1,828 more words

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Arming Syrian Rebels is Folly!

President Reagan with Afghan Leaders who organized the Taliban and Al Qaeda
 

An Open Letter to President Obama

Those who fail to learn History’s Lessons are bound to repeat its Mistakes, warned Harvard philosopher George Santayana.  2,039 more words

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On Quitting the Iraqi Quagmire

The Jihadists are taking no Prisoners

 What to do about ISIS?

As the Iraqi’s struggle to form a viable government under Haider al-Abadi, who replaced a disgraced Al Maliki as Prime Minister, fanatical Muslim Jihadists in ISIS – … 1,684 more words

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Is Anti-Zionism Anti-Semitism?

Deeply Religious Hasidic Jews Protest Zionism
 Abe Foxman says yes….Others Jews Say No

More and more these days one hears Jews of many political and religious views complain of a experiencing a growing hostility toward them as a result of the policies of the Israeli government.  1,687 more words

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