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  • Malala - the youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner
    The Muslim father behind the Pakistani Nobel Prize winner
    This is the opening line of I am Malala, the compelling memoir that chronicles the struggles of Malala Yousafzai, who at 17 has become the youngest person ever to receive the Nobel Prize.“When I was born, people in our village commiserated...
  • 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...
  • Malala Yousafzai speaks out about Peshawar attack
    Malala Yousafzai 'heartbroken' about massacre, slams Peshawar attack
    Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai is "heartbroken," calling the savage Dec. 16 Taliban attack on a Peshawar school "cowardly," reports People magazine on Tuesday. According to this source and a number of others, militants stormed...
  • talibanattack
    Taliban attack school; slaughter children, burn teacher alive
    The Pakistan branch of the Taliban terrorist organization has struck again. This time at a school for the children of Pakistani military personnel stationed in the often lawless Peshawar region of the nation officially known as The Federally...
  • Former Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney
    Taliban slaughter children, proving Mitt Romney right once again
    NBC News reported Tuesday that a half dozen heavily armed Taliban descended upon a school for children of Pakistani military personnel near the town of Peshawar, Pakistan like wolves upon the fold. After an eight-hour battle involving Pakistani...
  • Taliban attack in Pakistan
    Taliban gunmen enter school slaughtering hundreds of schoolchildren
    Taliban forces on Tuesday entered a school in Pakistan and slaughtered hundreds of schoolchildren. Local Pakistani official Bahramand Khan said 126 were killed and 122 were injured. The Taliban in Pakistan claimed responsibility as a response to...
  • US Military forces remain in Afghanistan
    President Obama secretly extends the war in Afghanistan
    After years of promising to end the war in Afghanistan, President Obama on Saturday, expanded the mission in Afghanistan leading to the military having a direct role in the war-torn country for another year. He has authorized American forces to...
  • Malala Yousafzai
    'I Am Malala' author worthy of the Nobel Peace Prize
    Mother Teresa, Mahatma Gandhi, and Martin Luther King were all iconic individuals who spent their lives working for peace and prosperity. Legendary and worthy of their status, these people put the good of society before their own self-importance,...
  • Gitmo detainees on hunger strike for 7 years, alive and well
    Gitmo detainees on hunger strike for 7 years, alive and well
    It’s Thursday morning in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and the six Taliban detainees who have been on a hunger strike since 2007 are reportedly alive and well. They also have comfortable new chairs for their forced-feedings and new TVs. Apparently...
  • Taliban in Pakistan
    Taliban and ISIS bonding in allegiance: One big target
    One question could drive a wedge in the Taliban-ISIS alliance and that is “Who’s in charge here?” There has been an apparent tacit alliance between like-kind terrorists, the Taliban and ISIS which has been formalized by a...
  • Campaign poster of former Afghanistan finance minister and presidential candidate Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai.
    Afghanistan agrees to keep American troops (and money) for 10 more years
    The "good" news continues to pile on for war weary Americans. After a highly contentious election to succeed ultra corrupt Afghan President Hamid Karzi, the new power sharing leaders, President Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai and Chief Executive...
  • 'Why can't we just ignore Afghanistan?'
    'Why can't we just ignore Afghanistan?'
    That questions is raised many times. The short answer is that we tried ignoring them and they became home to the Taliban and al Qaeda with reach all the way to New York City and 9/11.A new president and government is being installed in Afghanistan...
  • Navy SEAL Aaron Vaughn
    Navy SEAL casualty's parents accuse Obama of 'cowardly' leadership
    On Monday, in a letter to President Barack Obama, Billy and Karen Vaughn. wholost their only child, the lateAaron Carson Vaughn, a member of U.S. Navy SEAL Team Sixin 2011, blasted Obama for his allegedlackluster response to the killing of an...
  • Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif
    Sanctions combat the sources of Taliban terrorist funding
    Hawala is “a system or agency for transferring money traditionally used in the Muslim world, whereby the money is paid to an agent who then instructs a remote associate to pay the final recipient,” according to
  • Fox
    Publisher passes on Bergdahl book, may be used 'against Obama'
    Despite many conservatives often complaining of media left-leaning bias, and many liberals equally vociferous in denying the charge, one of the honchos in the world of publishing isn't exactly shy in making her political loyalties known...