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Iran Re-Enacts U.S. Navy Kidnapping to Celebrate Anniversary of Revolution

The U.S. Navy has condemned Iran’s new propaganda film, in which a U.S. sailor is shown weeping in captivity, as “outrageous and unacceptable.” Meanwhile, a defiant Iran is re-enacting the capture of the American sailors on January 10 as street theater, during celebrations marking the anniversary of the Iranian revolution.

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50 GOP Lawmakers to John Kerry: Reconsider Alignment with Iran

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Rep. Robert Pittenger wrote a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry, co-signed by 49 of his Republican colleagues in the House, urging him to “reconsider” the Obama administration’s “strategic alignment with the Iranian government” in the wake of the Islamic Republic’s capture of 10 U.S. Navy sailors and Tehran’s recent illegal ballistic missile tests.


In Facing Jihad, a ‘Politically Correct War’ Is a Losing War

In the aftermath of Islamic terrorist (e.g., jihadists) attacks in Paris, France and San Bernardino, California, U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump created a political and media firestorm by provocatively suggesting the U.S. is fighting a ‘politically correct’ war, and since jihadists ‘don’t care about their lives…so you have to take out their families.’

The "Al Farouk School for Cubs," an ISIS child soldier jihad camp in Syria