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...but not for Israel.
Have Taliban’s tentacles reached Queens? NY police arrest two NY Muslims for planning to fund a Taliban plot “cut US soldiers to pieces. Their lawyers call the charges outrageous. They are “good US citizens.”
A Taliban suicide attack on a U.S. consulate in Afghanistan killed no American personnel but points to a worrisome future both for the country and for the US. The “withdrawal” will leave behind thousands of soldiers.
Israel has one life support. It starts with Yom Kippur.
By giving the issue to Congress, he evades sole responsibility and makes himself look "principled."
Taliban terrorists reminded Americans what happens when the US acts in the Middle East. Suicide bombers attacked a US base in Afghanistan. No U.S. soldiers were killed, but Obama’s foreign policy in danger.
The first official effort of the US to begin peace talks with the Taliban ended in disaster when the Taliban proclaimed itself a sovereign nation, enraging Karzai, who then called off bilateral security talks with the US.
But not to worry – the State Department has issued indefinite waivers on taking any action against Uzbekistan and Saudi Arabia.
The London Board of Deputies of British Jews is launching a new Righteous Muslim Exhibition with 70 photographs and stories of Muslims who sheltered...
What the Obama Administration has done is like trying to reduce crime by turning over the cities to the Mafia and letting it make the laws and also run the police and court systems.
Iran is waiting for the United States to flee from Afghanistan in order to take control of it and its resources.
Troops have been writing home asking families and friends to send them care packages of cereals and other breakfast foods.
Bodies in Afghan police and military uniforms littered the entrance of an airfield outside a major US base in Afghanistan Sunday, killed in an apparent suicide attack by the Taliban.
The unwillingness of the Obama administration to label the September occupation of American diplomatic facilities in Cairo and Benghazi, and the murder of an American diplomat "acts of war" make this an opportune moment to consider two lessons emanating from more than a decade of warfare in the Arab and Moslem world.