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  • Yemen controlled by Houthis
    Yemen failed to achieve democratic pluralism
    Yemen, the failed state has few options.Yemen is now a Middle Eastern failed state in which the opposing forces are Houthi Shiite Muslims versus al Qaeda Sunni Muslims. This sectarian battle supports the fact that Islam is part of the problem at...
  • Ten years in U.S. federal prison for Mexican Jihadist
    Ten years in U.S. federal prison for Mexican Jihadist
    A Mexican immigrant who planned to travel overseas to join Al Qaeda and commit violent jihad against American troops was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison.Miguel Alejandro Santana Vidriales, 24, of Upland, California, appeared before Judge...
  • Humvees
    United States misplaces $500 million of military equipment in Yemen
    In what has become a distressing habit for the Obama Administration, around a half a billion dollars in weapons, equipment, and military aid to Yemen has gone missing. The Washington Post reported on Tuesday that much of it is feared to have...
  • Syrian scholar and Muslim cleric Sheikh Muhammad Al-Yaqoubi listens as U.S. President Barack Obama addresses the White House Summit on Countering Violent Extremism
    Obama to try community organizing to combat terrorism
    President Obama addressed a conference Wednesday on the subject of “violent extremists,” which he included, at least by context, the ISIS terrorist army, according to CNN. He declared “We are not at war with Islam. We are at war...
  • They Are Called The Islamic State
    They Are Called The Islamic State
    In reality they are thugs, degenerate, perverted sadists, and probably ten thousand other adjectives. What they are not are proper Muslims. They hide behind the Koran and they speak of Allah but they are not Muslims. They go to countries and...
  • American Sniper
    Taking Aim at American Sniper
    Oh no Sarah Palin is weighing in on this movie and by extension the life and work of Chris Kyle.Mr. Kyle became a Navy Seal at a relatively advanced age and proceeded to become the deadliest sniper of the Iraqi war.Of course, his services wouldn...
  • Al Qaeda still an active threat
    A time to weep
    If you have watched the news of late, you have seen how hateful people can terrorize civilization in the name of religious beliefs. In reality, it is in the name of hopelessness for themselves. Religious affiliation or affiliation with some...
  • French terror
    Living by the sword dying by the pen
    In the northern suburb of Paris in the Basilica of Saint Denis there is a quiet rumbling. As you travel deeper into the abbey it grows louder. At the high choir its source can be found at the tomb of Charles the hammer Martel. In a place of honor...
  • Was attack in France retribution for calling for end of Russian sanctions?
    Was attack in France retribution for calling for end of Russian sanctions?
    Back in June of 2014, the U.S. Department of Justice issued a historical fine against French bank BNP Paribas after a French minister and the former CEO of Total Oil called for an end to the petrodollar system. In fact, just months after CEO...
  • Paris attack
    Gunmen in deadly terrorist attack in Paris identified
    French officials say they have identified the three gunmen responsible for the deadly terrorist attack that killed twelve people at the headquarters of a satirical magazine in Paris early Wednesday morning. The suspects have ties to a Yemeni...
  • Solidarity
    Islam: World's #1 problem
    Je suis Charlie. Islam is an invention by human beings as are all religions. The trouble with Islam today is that it has not adapted and conformed to modern standards for civility that have replaced its purpose. Religious inventions by human...
  • Aiding the Taliban is a crime
    Pakistan's problems became our's with threats aimed at America
    The horrendous killing of more than 100 children in Pakistan by one of the many Taliban tribes operating in the Government Administered Tribal area begs for American attention for a number of simple reasons.Taliban leaders have made threats...
  • U.K. Security
    Homeland Security mum on report of Christmas terror plot
    The United States Department of Homeland Security has yet to comment on a new report indicating that al-Qaeda terrorists are plotting a "spectacular attack" involving commercial airliners around Christmas Day.According to an NPRreport on...
  • One World Trade Center
    One World Trade Center finally opens its doors to the world
    The tallest building in the Western Hemisphere is open for business. One World Trade Center opened is doors Monday morning to its new tenant Publishing giant, Conde Nast. The building opens its doors 13 years after the original World Trade Center...
  • Faisal Saeed Al Mutar
    Faisal Saeed Al Mutar Goes to Washington
    From the cradle of civilization to the land of the free and the home of the brave, Faisal Saeed Al Mutar is an Iraqi born writer, public speaker, web designer, and social activist currently living in Washington, D.C. He is probably best known for...