Vladimir Putin Mocks West: 'If I Want, I will Take Kiev in Two Weeks'

Russia President Vladimir Putin told outgoing European Commission President Jose Manual Barroso he could take Kiev, Ukraine in two weeks if he wanted to, according to a report in Italian newspaper La Repubblica. This latest threat surfaces just days after Putin allegedly told Russian youths that Kazakhstan never earned their independence.
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World View: Russia Moves Trucks, Troops, Artillery into Ukraine

Politicians in Washington are scrambling to explain why they didn't foresee the rise of the Islamic State / of Iraq and Syria (IS or ISIS). Apparently the White House talking points are that when President Obama referred in January to Islamic State as "a JV [junior varsity] team," it's because no one could foresee what would happen in the eight months since then. 23 Aug 2014

Islamic State Surrounds Amerli in Iraq, Threatens Turkmen Minority

The Islamic State (IS) reached Amerli, 100 miles north of Baghdad, two months ago, but the terrorist group is attempting to tighten control of the town. The residents alerted officials in Baghdad just hours after suicide bombs and a mosque massacre left almost 100 people dead. The jihadists “mined its roads and posted snipers on its outskirts so that no one could leave.” 23 Aug 2014

ISIS Analysis: Kill and Conquer

ISIS is becoming an increasingly ruthless and effective killing machine, one we can now quantify. For several years, as the organization evolved—moving between Iraq and Syria and changing its moniker—what we now know as ISIS has been cataloging its litany of vicious attacks in minute detail. 23 Aug 2014

Obama's Post-Foley Fraud About Shariah

President Barack Obama found time between golf rounds Thursday to condemn the beheading of American journalist James Foley by the Islamic State (also known as the Islamic State in the Levant or ISIL) and to assure the American people that he was all about protecting them against similar fates. 22 Aug 2014

Famous Jewish Couple in Turkey Stabbed to Death

Turkey’s Hurriyet Daily News is reporting that a famous Jewish couple were stabbed to death in their home in Istanbul. The bodies of Jak Karako, 77, and his wife, Georgia Karako, 69, were discovered by police in their apartment in Istanbul’s Ortaköy neighborhood. The caretaker for the couple is nowhere to be found; police regard the caretaker as a suspect. 22 Aug 2014

Islamist Militants on Rise in Austria

(Reuters) - Authorities suspect around 130 people resident in Austria - most of them foreign nationals - have allied themselves with Islamist militants fighting abroad, officials in Vienna said on Friday, raising their estimate by nearly a third. 22 Aug 2014

ISIS, Hamas, and the Surging Threat of Radical Islamism

The beheading of U.S. journalist James Foley has raised concerns in the West about Islamist threats. But Israel has been facing this specter for decades and – given Israel’s proximity to the Islamist threat – the Jewish state is the West’s canary in the coal mine. But Gaza seems to be the Western blind spot, even though the Hamas-ISIS parallels are glaringly obvious. 22 Aug 2014

Exclusive: Dr. Robert P. George: Time to Destroy ISIS

Breitbart News spoke with Dr. Robert P. George, McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University, about his call to action to destroy the Islamic State Terror group, the persecution of Christians and other religious minorities in the Middle East, as well as advice for conservative college students on campus. The New York Times has described Dr. George as the United States most influential conservative Christian thinker. 22 Aug 2014

Threats of Starvation, Violence Follow Quarantine of Tens of Thousands in Liberia

Sixteen-year-old Shaki Kamara, a resident of Liberia's impoverished West Point slum, has become the face of the terror ravaging Monrovia as the government attempts to fight the growing Ebola epidemic. Kamara was shot by police during violent exchanges between law enforcement and West Point residents quarantined into their neighborhood with little food and water. 22 Aug 2014

Report: US Airstrikes, Kurdish Offensive Push Islamic State 'Caliph' Into Syria

Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi, the leader, or “caliph” of the Islamic State terror group is reportedly on the move from Iraq to Syria, according to a top Kurdish official. It was said that Baghdadi feared U.S. airstrikes were rapidly closing in on his position. The officials said the IS leader left his jihadi group’s headquarters in Mosul, Iraq roughly around August 10. 22 Aug 2014

CAIR Chief: Never Mind ISIS, 'Israel is the Biggest Threat to World Peace'

Vladimir Putin's Russian forces remain poised for a possible takeover of neighboring Ukraine. Nuclear-armed North Korea is ruled by an unstable, nihilistic dictator who constantly makes new threats against American allies and the United States itself (along with some of its filmmakers). The Islamic State terrorist group slaughters as many people who cross its path and poses a credible threat of genocide against the ancient Yazidi people in Iraq. 22 Aug 2014

Russian Aid Convoy Reaches War-Torn Luhansk

LUHANSK, Ukraine (AP) — Declaring it had lost patience with Ukraine's stalling tactics, Russia sent over 130 aid trucks rolling into rebel-held eastern Ukraine on Friday without the approval of the government in Kiev. Ukraine called the move a "direct invasion" that aimed to provoke an international incident. 22 Aug 2014

Jihadism is Growing Again Not Dying

Despite Obama's claim that we have al Qaeda on the run, attacks by al Qaeda and other global jihadis have taken a sharp swing upwards says Sebastian Gorka in a recent article and interview. ​As events in Iraq and Syria demonstrate, the US policy of focusing or organizations and individuals as opposed to the ideology of jihad has empowered our enemies. 22 Aug 2014


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