Since 2008, the world has become a significantly more dangerous place. In every region, new threats have emerged or old ones have reasserted them. The scorecard is clear: the bad guys are winning and America’s interests are being undermined daily.
As if dealing with a terror state that wants to turn the northern half of their country into Lower Jihadistan isn't bad enough, Iraqi officials find themselves staring at a mountain of terrorist corpses they cannot get rid of, because the home countries of ISIS fighters don't want their dead expatriates back.
The Pajhwok Afghan News reported the Taliban captured Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) leader Mullah Abdul Rauf Khadim along with 45 supporters. The United States detained Khadim at Guantanamo Bay, but released him to Afghanistan in 2007.
The House of Representatives’ senior ranking Democrat, Nancy Pelosi, said on Wednesday she was concerned that if Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke to the U.S. Congress in March, it may result in negative ramifications for the ongoing nuclear talks with Iran.
At his daily morning Mass Thursday, Pope Francis preached on false models of Christian living, warning his hearers against privatizing salvation and forming elite church cliques, rather than living as members of the people of God.
China plans to hold a large scale military parade in order to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II and, reportedly, to "frighten Japan."
Riccardo Pacifici, the president of Rome's Jewish community, had an eerie and awful experience when visiting Auschwitz with a TV crew to commemorate the liberation of Auschwitz: he found himself locked inside the camp.
It turns out illegal aliens can use their "Federally-Restricted" Drivers Licenses to board airplanes, according to an internal Security Memo leaked to the public, which has been confirmed as authentic by TSA Spokesman Nico Melendez.
A delegation including senior exiled members of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood and two people with a history of open support for Hamas lobbied senators Wednesday.
In his contribution to the famous 1949 collection of essays by ex-Communists titled The God That Failed, Arthur Koestler carefully illustrates how set language binds thought to ideology at the expense of evidence. Koestler, author of the unparalleled novel of Stalin’s show trials, Darkness at Noon, describes a conversation he had early in his Communist career with “Edgar,” his Party contact, in which they discuss the front page of a Communist newspaper.
This week, Palestine's Islamist Hamas movement congratulated the head of Greece's newly-elected, far-left Syriza coalition on his party's victory and hailed him for his staunch opposition to "Israeli crimes, aggression, and siege on Gaza."
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