Saudi Press: U.S. Blew Up World Trade Center To Create ‘War On Terror’

TEL AVIV – The Saudi press is continuing to unleash fury over the U.S. Senate’s unanimous vote on a bill allowing the families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia, this time with the London-based Al-Hayat daily claiming that the U.S. planned the attacks on the World Trade Center in order to generate a global war on terror.


Former Iraqi Diplomat on Rare Visit to Israel

JERUSALEM – Hamad a-Sharifi, a former diplomat at the Iraqi Foreign Ministry, arrived on Sunday for a visit to Israel, Israeli paper Ynet reported. The unusual visit by the national of a country with which Israel has no diplomatic relations

An activist waves an Israeli flag outside Israel's embassy in Moscow to voice support for the current Israeli military action in Lebanon, 23 July 2006 in Moscow.

Can We Trust Vladimir Putin?

Back in 2002, in the dark ages before Breitbart News Network, the great conservative commentator Ben Shapiro warned that the United States must “Keep an eye on Russia,” because “Russia is renewing her relations with America’s enemies.” Shapiro reiterated his message in 2007, warning America that “Russia isn’t to be trusted.”

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Trump: World Would Be 100 Percent Better with Hussein, Gadhafi in Power

GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump told CNN’s Jake Tapper on the Sunday broadcast of “State of the Union” that the world would be “100 percent” better if former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein and former Libya prime minister Moammar Gadhafi were still


Iraq’s Christians Seek Autonomous Community in a Free Kurdistan

Iraq’s Assyrian Christian population is seeking to reclaim territory they have lost to the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/IS) since they overtook the region last summer and to create an autonomous region for themselves–in a free Kurdistan.


Amnesty Activists Blast Trump on Border Protest Anniversary at Murrieta

Pro-amnesty and anti-amnesty activists held separate demonstrations on Wednesday commemorating the one -year anniversary of protests that blocked buses of illegal immigrants from overcrowded Texas detention facilities from arriving at the Murrieta, California Border Patrol station. Many amnesty advocates singled out Donald Trump, the Republican presidential candidate and business tycoon, for criticism, along with anti-amnesty conservative author Ann Coulter.

Amnesty Murrieta Anniversary (Michelle Moons / Breitbart News)

Iran-Backed Militias Burn ISIS Prisoner Alive

Iranian-backed militias consisting of Shia Muslims have released a video showing an alleged Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) member alive being burnt alive in Iraq, reminiscent of a similar video in which ISIS jihadists burnt alive a Jordanian pilot. The terrorist group members identify as Sunni Muslims, who consider Shia Muslims heretics.

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Marco Rubio vs. Chris Wallace on Iraq

Sen. Marco Rubio’s interview with Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday was supposedly a disaster for the GOP presidential candidate.

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5 Reasons the Iraq War Was Not a Mistake

The media have finally extracted from Hillary Clinton the question they have pressing her Republican rivals to answer for several weeks now: knowing what we now know about Iraq–that it did not have the weapons of mass destruction (WMD) it was thought to have–should we still have invaded Iraq? The answer journalists wish to hear is “no,” because it is a way of excusing President Barack Obama for the predictable (and predicted) mess that transpired when he withdrew from Iraq.

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Rubio: Iraq Wasn’t a Mistake, But I Wouldn’t Have Done It

The media’s dogged determination to chase every Republican presidential contender down and pummel them for comments about the Iraq War is remarkable to behold, since they are simultaneously willing to let the only 2016 candidate who voted in favor of the war skate by without answering questions about it, or anything else for that matter. While Hillary Clinton is given months to prepare for her ninth question from the press since declaring a candidacy, every Republican is peppered with heavy fire from a throng of journalists on an hourly basis.

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Günter Grass Dies, Press Mourns Ex-SS Member

On Monday, German novelist, Nobel Prize winner, and former Waffen-SS Nazi Günter Grass died in Lubeck, Germany, at the age of 87. The press mourned his passing.

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Residents Cannot Enter Town Captured From ISIS

Kurdish and Iraqi forces drove out the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) militants from Jalawla, which is 90 miles northeast of Baghdad, on November 23, 2014. While it should be a joyous occasion, residents cannot enter because a fight over the town is brewing between the victors.


Miami Man Caught Trying to Sell Saddam Hussein Family Guns in NJ

A Miami man admitted he tried to sell seven guns believed to have been owned by family members of Iraqi dictator Sadaam Hussein, weapons that were sent to New Jersey to be seen by prospective buyers, U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman said.

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