Confronting Jimmy Carter’s Slander of Israel’s “Apartheid”


Richard Cohen’s excellent article in the Washington Post on Wednesday March 2nd, offers several compelling reasons why Israel doesn’t deserve to be compared to South Africa under Apartheid, but I believe that it will be hard for many on the left who think of the State of Israel in that manner to ever understand this, [...]

Bernardine Dohrn: A ‘Useful Idiot’ for Hamas


Bernardine Dohrn, terrorist wife of Bill Ayers, member of The Weathermen and hostess with the mostest for Barack Obama, joined up with other useful idiots, Code Pink, to bring ‘humanitarian aid’ to Gaza.
Last month 1,300 pro-Palestinian activists from the US and Europe came to the region in the name of peace and social justice to [...]

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Where Are The Stories On What Pakistanis Actually Think About Drone Attacks?


The New York Times ran a short piece yesterday via Reuters news service which indicated that U.S. drone attacks in Afpak [Afghanistan and the Pakistani border] are “undermining efforts to deal with militancy.” A drone aircraft was reported to have killed 3 militants in a car traveling in Pakistan’s North Waziristan region. It also mentions [...]

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Comment of the Day: One Question Summarizes the Battle with the Ron Paul Locust


Today NewsReal played host to a swarm of Ron Paul True Believers. Directed by Head Paulastinian Lew Rockwell, when alerted of Ryan Mauro’s anti-Paul broadside the Paul-defenders dove into NewsReal’s comments to strike back.

Swemson cut to the chase with this comment in particular:

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January 2, 2010
To all of our guests who agree with Ron [...]

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Blockade Iran Now! No More Deadline Extensions


 
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmedinejad  has rejected a year-end deadline set by the Obama administration to a nuclear deal brokered through the United Nations:
They say we have given Iran until the end of the Christian year. Who are they anyway?  It is we who have given them an opportunity.  
If they don’t change their attitude and language [...]

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Imam Linked to Ft. Hood Rampage Believed to Be Among 30 Al Qaeda Killed in Airstrike – FOXNews.com


The radical Muslim imam linked to the rampage at Fort Hood reportedly is believed to have been killed in a Yemen airstrike that may have also taken out the region’s top Al Qaeda leader and 30 other militants. The raid in Yemen’s east targeted an Al Qaeda leadership meeting held to organize terror attacks. U.S. […]

Taliban blow up Pakistan girls school – AP


The Taliban blew up a girls’ school in Pakistan’s Khyber district, where troops are fighting against militants in the tribal region bordering Afghanistan, an official said Wednesday. Militants detonated explosives overnight at the government-run school in Bazgarah town, about 40 kilometres (25 miles) west of Peshawar, capital of the violence-plagued North West Frontier Province. via […]

Common Sense in Egypt and Saudi Arabia – by Daniel Pipes


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Some Egyptians and Saudis support the idea of an Israeli strike on Iranian nuclear facilities.

Harassment across Arab world drives women inside – AP


The sexual harassment of women in the streets, schools and work places of the Arab world is driving them to cover up and confine themselves to their homes, said activists at the first-ever regional conference addressing the once taboo topic. Activists from 17 countries across the region met in Cairo for a two-day conference ending […]