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  • The Centennial Assyrian "Seyfo" (Sword) Genocide (1915-2015)
    Armenia Recognizes Assyrian, Greek Genocides in a Unanimous Parliament Decision
    “Though they perished, their souls have been honored. They are at peace, at last” Talia (March 2015)Yerevan, Armenia (March 24, 2015) – Today’s recognition of the Greek and the Assyrian genocides by the Armenian National...
  • Christian radio station in Iraq spreads message of hope
    Christian radio station in Iraq spreads message of hope
    BBC News reported today about a Christian broadcasting station in Bagdad, Iraq that is trying to boost morale and hope in the midst of persecution from extremist groups Like ISIS. It is a light in a dark place and consistently tries to comfort and...
  • Obama signs bill into law
    Top 10 signs ISIS was created by Democrat policies
    The left's outrageously dishonest attempt to blame others for the Democrat policy disaster known as "ISIS" is such a brazen, in-your-face attack on the facts that it simply cannot go unanswered. Here are the top ten signs that this...
  • Tkrit
    What makes the U.S. government mistake prone?
    A story by Lara Jakes and Kate Brannen in Foreign Policy describing Iran’s contribution to Iraq’s gains in Tikrit serves as an example for analysis of why the U.S. government is so off base in just about every aspect of its performance...
  • Inherent Resolve [Image 8 of 12]
    Iraqi troops’ brutal treatment of enemies is not new
    Iraqi troops trained by U.S. forces reportedly are treating their enemies brutally, and while some act as if these allegations are something new, brutality by Iraqis and other U.S.-trained forces has gone on for a long time and both the media and...
  • Amman, Jordan
    Jordanian rage at burning of Moaz al-Kasasbeh already gone
    Jordan and its King Abdullah expressed outrage when the Islamic Caliphate murdered Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh by burning him alive, and while initial media reports said the murder galvanized Jordan into becoming serious about fighting and...
  • Does the Pentagon know what's happening in Iraq?
    Does the Pentagon know what's happening in Iraq?
    Apparently not. According to a report by Foreign Policy, the Iraqis are taking their security into their own hands without telling the American military what they are doing.Who are in charge here? Oh, it is the Iranian Revolutionary Guard...
  • Marines post security in Zaranj, Afghanistan
    Osama bin Laden and Iran had working relationship, newly released intel shows
    Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda had a working relationship with Iran that allowed al-Qaeda to use Iran as a safe haven and for other activities according to recently released intelligence, adding to previous evidence of Iranian collusion with al...
  • U.S. Soldiers Perform Live-fire Demonstration
    Iraqi forces being prepped by U.S. to retake Mosul in April
    Iraqi forces could begin the battle to retake Mosul from Islamic Caliphate terrorists as early as April and U.S. forces could be fighting with them according to a U.S. official, but the fight to retake the second largest Iraqi city will only...
  •  Speaker of the House John Boehner
    ISIS gains ground in Iraq, accused of brutally burning Iraqi security forces
    The Islamic State or ISIS is gaining ground in Iraq, and an Iraqi official said on Tuesday that the terrorist group brutally burned forty five people, including some Iraqi security forces.In a separate development on Tuesday, an influential Shia...
  • State Department: We can't kill our way out of ISIS war
    State Department: We can't kill our way out of ISIS war
    The Washington press corps didn't make it a secret that they thought Jay Carney had the toughest job in DC because he had to defend President Obama's most indefensible decisions. They're finally realizing that it wasn't just Jay...
  • Iraqi Weapons Cache
    Iraq chemical weapons claim renews questions on Saddam’s biological weapons
    Iraq contained unaccounted for chemical weapons prior to the 2003 American invasion, which U.S. forces located and destroyed according to a new report, and this claim renews questions on Iraqi biological weapons that U.S. forces also found and...
  • ISIS threat overwhelming worry in latest Gallup poll
    ISIS threat overwhelming worry in latest Gallup poll
    In a Gallup poll released Friday, Americans believe the Islamic State group poses the most serious threat to the United States in the next decade. A stunning 84 percent of respondents said ISIS jihadists, who have ravaged Syria and Iraq territory...
  • Pluralistic State in Levant
    No good reason for al-Baghdadi being held by ISIL
    The story today is that ISIL is 5 miles away from a U.S. base in al-Baghdadi, Iraq, and that Iraqi military is not controlling ISIL in that battlespace. One might conclude that if Iraqis can’t defend Iraq, then maybe it should be renamed...
  • Jordanian F-16 Fighting Falcon
    Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh may have been shot down by Islamic Caliphate
    Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh may have been shot down by the Islamic Caliphate last December according to a U.S. official, contradicting previous U.S. claims that the Islamic terrorist group did not down his aircraft.UPI reported on Thursday...