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  • Syrian refugees in Iraq
    The forgotten wars in Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq
    There is a terrifying enemy threatening civilians in war-torn Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq. This is another foe besides the Taliban, Al Qaeda, the Syrian regime or ISIS. It's a silent menace that may yet be the most powerful.It is hunger....
  • Released Gitmo terrorist sets up ISIS base in Afghanistan
    Released Gitmo terrorist sets up ISIS base in Afghanistan
    According to various news reports on Wednesday, there is now an Islamic State group operating in Afghanistan and is being headed by a former released Gitmo Islamic terrorist, Mullah Abdul Rauf, who was found actively recruiting fighters for the...
  • ISIS Mass Execution
    Gitmo releases by Obama based on lies and deception, say critics
    Despite the death and destruction this week and last week caused by Islamic terrorists from groups such as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) and Nigeria's ruthless and bloodthirsty Boko Haram...
  • United States
    United States declares militant chief as “global terrorist”
    The U.S. State Department on Tuesday designated Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) chief Mullah Fazlullah as a ‘global terrorist’.According to aState Departmentpress release, Fazlullah has been labeled a ‘Specially Designated...
  • 'The Secret Sky' by Atia Abawi
    'The Secret Sky' by Atia Abawi
    "The Secret Sky" by Atia Abawi is a kind of Romeo and Juliet story that takes place in modern-day Afghanistan. Instead of two warring families, the ill-fated couple are from different ethnic cultures and different socio-economic classes...
  • Author, Rory Stewart
    The value of 'The Places In Between'
    The world turned upside down on September 11th, 2001, and the last place that the average person wanted to go for an adventure in the wake of that terrible and pivotal day was Afghanistan. Scottish journalist, Rory Stewart, though, felt...
  •  Michelle Obama shared a photo of herself and the president from 1992 on Instagram
    Obamas celebrate Christmas marking the end of the War in Afghanistan
    There was a definite theme and message President Barack Obama was trying to get across this Christmas, Thursday, Dec. 25, 2014, that after 13 years the combat war in Afghanistan will officially be over on Dec. 31. The president and his family...
  • Lest we forget again, or will we forever remember?
    Lest we forget again, or will we forever remember?
    An article by Lynne O'Donnell (Associated Press) entitled, “US, NATO ceremonially end Afghan combat mission” lays out all the facts surrounding this “alleged” ending to the mission while many American lives were taken...
  • Pakistan and Afghanistan
    Pakistan and Afghanistan; mending the fences
    Pakistan and Afghanistan have pledged to renew their friendship and cooperation on the occasion of the visit of the new Afghan President to Pakistan. Afghan Presi­dent Ashraf Ghani set the tone of his two-day trip to Islamabad by pledging...
  • Joe being Joe.
    Biden's campaign lie exposed: 'We are leaving [Afghanistan] in 2014. Period.'
    The standing joke in the world of politics is that campaign promises are often broken. But much like the old school Mafiosos unwritten law that women and kids are off limits, it's widely understood within the Washington, DC belt line that our...
  • Capt. Derek Herrera
    Walking with robotic legs, Marine decorated for personal valor in combat
    Captain Derek Herrera, USMC (Retired) vowed he would leave his beloved Corps the same way he came in, on his own two legs. But as reported by KTXL of Sacramento, Calif. on Nov. 23, 2014, and also by the Los Angeles Times on Nov. 22, 2014, the...
  •  U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel (R) speaks as President Barack Obama (L) listens
    SecDef Chuck Hagel fired by President Obama to serve as scapegoat
    The New York Times reported on Monday that President Obama fired Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel. Hagel duly handed in his resignation, and the president made the ritualistic laudatory remarks at a White House media event. Hagel was let go for...
  • Obama announced Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel's resignation
    Obama forces Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel to resign over war with ISIS
    Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel resigned on Monday morning, Nov. 24, 2014, the New York Times was the first to break the story. President Barack Obama asked Hagel to step-down based on the way the war against ISIS, the Islamic State of Iraq and...
  • Russian national indicted for 2009 terrorist attack on US forces in Afghanistan
    Russian national indicted for 2009 terrorist attack on US forces in Afghanistan
    On November 4, 2014, Irek Ilgiz Hamidullin, 55, a Russian national, made his first appearance in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia on federal terrorism offenses, arising from his alleged participation in an attack on U.S...
  • Afghan fanged deer hasn't been seen in 60 years, spotted by researchers
    Afghan fanged deer spotted after 60 years: Dagger-like fangs a mating tool
    The Afghan fanged deer hasn't been seen in 60-years until it was recently spotted by a group of researchers. There is no mistaken the Afghan fanged deer with its long distinct fangs that protrude out of its mouth. The real name for this deer...