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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.
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.
In late July five Taliban members who were held in the U.S. detention center in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, were released. As a good will gesture. Or to show they have no will?
The Gitmo Five were released without a prisoner exchange.
The Taliban tried to murder her for promoting education for girls, but on her 16th birthday - 9 months after being shot in the head at close range - Malala sat at the center of the world stage and continued to promote free, compulsory education. "One child, one teacher, one pen and one book can change the world. Education is the only solution."
A dozen or more Taliban terrorists in Pakistan, disguised in police uniforms, killed 10 tourists, including an American and one Pakistani citizen in a...
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.
At lest one Taliban terrorist and three others were killed in a drone strike in Pakistasn Wednesday, four days after President Barack Obama declared...
Iran is waiting for the United States to flee from Afghanistan in order to take control of it and its resources.
A Response to an Antisemitic Video of Egyptian Cleric Mahmoud Al-Masri.
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.
Herein lies the problem in Pakistan. The political class is simply unwilling to confront the Taliban which operates freely across much of the FATA region. Instead, they make political capital from criticising the drone program operated by the United States which targets terrorists in FATA. It is true that drones can sometimes be a blunt and clumsy tool, but in the absence of any will by Pakistani authorities to chase down the terrorists operating in FATA, this program is the only lifeline available to residents there who oppose the Taliban.
Since being sexually attacked in Egypt, journalist Lara Logan now seems to recognizes that the real problems of the Middle East are not caused by the here and now of Palestinian suffering. My reaction to this story is to say to Ms. Logan, “Welcome aboard.” “We could use a few more reporters like you.”