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Egypt’s Islamic Chaos, America’s Islamic Threat

| August 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

The President who, in 2009, said he thought it unseemly to “meddle” in the affairs of Iran when protesters against its regime were being shot dead in the streets of Tehran, announced to the world on August 15, 2013 that he was angered by the killing of civilians in the streets of Cairo as the […]

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1.5 Billion Bin Ladens

| September 16, 2012 | 0 Comments

Amidst the graffiti on the wall outside the U.S. embassy in Cairo, one of the rioters scrawled “1.5 Billion Bin Ladens.” Last time I heard, the last thing bin Laden saw was a member of Seal Team Six just before he took a bullet to the head. That is the way a nation that has […]

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9/11’s Aftermath of Lethal Tolerance

| September 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

The one thing I have never understood is the way Americans seem to refuse to accept the fact that the worst attack on the homeland since Pearl Harbor was planned, funded, carried out by Muslims, and was celebrated by Muslims around the world. Perhaps the reluctance to relate the attack to “a religion” had to […]

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On NOT Understanding Muslims

| August 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

What if Christmas was a traditional time for Christians to set about bombing one another? We might find that strange, but the recent “holy” month of Ramadan in Iraq was celebrated with bombings and shootings that killed 409 people and wounded 975 according to an August 20 Agence” France Press report from Baghdad. Apparently if […]

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Lethal Narcissism

| July 24, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders describes narcissism as a personality disorder that “revolves around a pattern of grandiosity, need for admiration, and sense of entitlement.” We all need a bit of narcissism that maintains our self-esteem and a positive outlook on life. Performing artists and sports figures, for example, need it to […]

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Ignoring Islamo-Fascism at our Peril

| March 12, 2012 | 0 Comments
Ignoring Islamo-Fascism at our Peril

In early November 2009 Americans were shocked to learn that an Army psychiatrist, Major Nidal Malik Hasan, had shot and killed twelve soldiers at Fort Hood, Texas, and wounded thirty-one others. Because of the unrelenting political correctness prevailing in the Army and other services, all the signs that Hasan was a ticking time bomb were […]

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Five Wars, 63 Years of Terrorism, and Israel Survives

| September 18, 2011 | 0 Comments
Five Wars, 63 Years of Terrorism, and Israel Survives

000-caruba-9-18Durban III is about “racism.” So how does that square with a statement by Maen Arewikat, the PA Ambassador to the United States, who last week said that an independent Palestinian state would take steps to force Jews living in the West Bank to leave. In an interview with USA Today, he said it would be in the best interest of Israelis and Palestinians to “be separated.” The Nazis had a word for this, “Judenrein.”

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Mohamed Dawod, Justin M. Hall, and the Meaning of 9/11

| September 11, 2011 | 0 Comments
Mohamed Dawod, Justin M. Hall, and the Meaning of 9/11

911Fortunately, we’re not forced to subsidize the dhimmi/anti-American MSM—yet. But will someone please tell me, 10 years after 9/11, why we are paying for local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies whose primary mission appears to be to run interference for people who seek to murder us, and who make it their business to disarm, confuse, harass, sexually fondle, and even arrest patriotic Americans of sound instincts and judgment?

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No Short Term Middle East Solutions

| June 13, 2011 | 0 Comments
No Short Term Middle East Solutions

000-caruba-6-13A problem with which American administrations have grappled since the days of Thomas Jefferson’s presidency has been Arabs and the Middle East. The Marine anthem mentions “the shores of Tripoli” because, in 1801, Jefferson sent them to there to put down the Barbary pirates.

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The Pakistani Pit of Deception

| May 9, 2011 | 0 Comments
The Pakistani Pit of Deception

By Alan Caruba
For 34 of its 64 years, Pakistan has been run by generals whose military intelligence presumably works in league with its Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate (ISI), though both have their own agendas. It is unlikely that much civilian control over either exists.
Almeida wrote, “If we didn’t know, we are a failed state; if we did know, we are a rogue state. But does anyone believe they didn’t know?”

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