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Jeffrey Goldberg's 'Chickensh*t' Article Blames Bibi for U.S.-Israel Breakdown

Jeffrey Goldberg, who has become something of a stenographer to President Barack Obama on foreign policy, has broken the dog-bites-man news that the Obama administration dislikes Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He adds that an Obama official referred to Netanyahu as "chickenshit," though Goldberg uses that as an excuse to vent his own bile at Bibi, whom he says bears most blame for the crisis in U.S.-Israel relations. 28 Oct 2014

Qatar: We Only Fund 'Moderates,' not ISIS

Qatari officials told the BBC Monday that they reject any and all accusations relating to the Gulf state supporting the Islamic State terror group, insisting that the country has only supported ‘moderate’ groups during the most recent flare up of mideast turmoil in Iraq and Syria. 28 Oct 2014

Politico: Are Susan Rice and Chuck Hagel Equal to Today's New National Security Challenges?

When President Obama, after months of equivocation over how to respond to the takeover of parts of Iraq and Syria by radical militants, announced in September that the United States would “lead a broad coalition to roll back this terrorist threat,” the White House swung quickly into action, sending proposed legislation to train and equip Syrian rebels to Capitol Hill that same day. 28 Oct 2014

Children of the Caliphate

They stand in the front row at public beheadings and crucifixions held in Raqqa, the Islamic State's stronghold in Syria. They're used for blood transfusions when Islamic State fighters are injured. 28 Oct 2014

German Police Clash with Far-Right Protesters

(AFP) German riot police Sunday clashed with far-right hooligans who rallied against Islamist extremism, with authorities using water cannons and tear gas against the rock-throwing protesters. 28 Oct 2014

Australia Issues Blanket Visa Ban on Ebola-Hit Countries

SYDNEY Oct 28 (Reuters) - Australia has issued a blanket ban on visas from West African nations affected by the Ebola outbreak to prevent the disease reaching the country, Immigration Minister Scott Morrison said, becoming the first rich nation to shut its doors to the region. 27 Oct 2014

Report: Boko Haram Forces Captured Women to Front Lines

Human Rights Watch (HRW) interviewed thirty females abducted by Boko Haram in Nigerian between April 2013 and April 2014. Twelve of the victims were students at Chibok School in April. The females divulged all the details of the abuse they endured at the hands of one of the most vicious terrorist groups in the world. 27 Oct 2014

The State Dept.'s (Im)moral Equivalence Between Innocent Jew and Violent Arab

Last week, the U.S. State Department offered its "deepest condolences" to the family of 3-month-old Chaya Zissel Braun, who was killed by a Palestinian terrorist in Jerusalem, and was also a U.S. citizen. This past weekend, the State Department offered "deepest condolences" to the family of Orwa Hammad, a 17-year-old Palestinian and U.S. citizen who was shot by Israeli troops as he threw rocks and firebombs at civilian drivers. 27 Oct 2014

Vox: North Korean Prison Camps Horror 'Without any Parallel in the Contemporary World'

The gulags of North Korea exist in a strange world between secret and unsecret. No one knows for sure how many thousands or millions are locked away in the camps, which officially do not exist, and information about what goes on there can be sparse. But we can watch the camps grow and contract from satellites, where they're so plainly and publicly visible they're labeled on Google Maps, and we are learning more all the time from the trickle of defectors and escapees who make it out of the Hermit Kingdom. 27 Oct 2014

Nigerian Women Describe Boko Haram Abductions

(London) – Women and girls abducted by the Islamist group Boko Haram are forced to marry, convert, and endure physical and psychological abuse, forced labor, and rape in captivity. The group has abducted more than 500 women and girls since 2009, and intensified abductions since May 2013, when Nigeria imposed a state of emergency in areas where Boko Haram is most active. 27 Oct 2014

Brazil's Rousseff Narrowly Wins Second Term

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Left-leaning President Dilma Rousseff was re-elected Sunday in the tightest race Brazil has seen since its return to democracy three decades ago, giving the juggernaut Workers' Party its fourth-straight presidential victory and the chance to extend its social transformation of the globe's fifth-largest country. 27 Oct 2014

Rand Paul Speech Wins Breathless Praise from Liberal Media

Sen. Rand Paul gave a very interesting foreign policy speech last week, laying out the case for "conservative realism." The task of balancing small-government ideals with national security needs is one with which our country has grappled since its founding. My colleague, Dr. Sebastian Gorka, has addressed the substance of the speech. More interesting, perhaps, is the effusive praise it won from the liberal wonks at Ezra Klein's Vox.com. 27 Oct 2014

Secular Party Looks to Win Tunisia Elections

TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — Tunisia's main secular opposition party was claiming victory on Monday over once dominant Islamists in the country's historic parliamentary elections. 27 Oct 2014

2 Pro-Europe Parties Leading Ukraine Vote

KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Two pro-European parties that campaigned for tough reforms to battle corruption shared the lead Monday after Ukraine's parliamentary election, according to partial results. 27 Oct 2014

Syria Activists Say Kobani Death Toll Passes 800

MURSITPINAR, Turkey (AP) — A Syrian activist group said Sunday that the death toll in 40 days of fighting in and around the northern Syrian border town of Kobani has reached 815, as Kurdish fighters battled Muslim militants for a hill west of the town. 27 Oct 2014

Suicide Attack Kills 24 People South of Baghdad

BAGHDAD (AP) — A suicide car bomber driving a military Humvee struck a checkpoint manned by Iraqi troops and pro-government Shiite militiamen south of Baghdad on Monday, killing at least 24 people, officials said. 27 Oct 2014

Last U.S. Marines, British Combat Forces End Afghan Operations

(Reuters) - British troops ended their combat operations in Afghanistan on Sunday as they and U.S. Marines handed over two huge adjacent bases to the Afghan military, 13 years after a U.S.-led invasion launched the long and costly war against the Taliban. 27 Oct 2014

Mauritania Closes Border with Mali over Ebola

BAMAKO/NOUAKCHOTT, Oct 25 (Reuters) - Mauritania has closed its border with Mali to prevent the spread of Ebola, officials said on Saturday, highlighting fears of further contagion in West Africa after a girl from Guinea died of the disease in Mali this week. 27 Oct 2014

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