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Ignore Hersh’s Conspiracy Theories

COMMENTARY by Max Boot May 11, 2015 Seymour Hersh, a once-celebrated reporter, has a new “investigative” article in the London Review of Books about the death of Osama bin Laden. He claims that it was all a put-up job between the … Continue reading

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Obama’s Double Standard on Civilian Casualties

COMMENTARY by Evelyn Gordon May 6, 2015 I know it’s been a busy two weeks, but I’m still waiting for that apology. I’ve been waiting for it ever since the U.S. admitted on April 23 to accidentally killing two Western … Continue reading

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Why Is Pakistan More Legitimate than Israel?

FRONT PAGE MAG by Dennis Prager April 30, 2015 Whenever I have received a call from a listener to my radio show challenging Israel’s legitimacy, I have asked these people if they ever called a radio show to challenge any … Continue reading

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To Stop Iran’s Bomb, Bomb Iran

NEW YORK TIMES by John R. Bolton March 26, 2015 FOR years, experts worried that the Middle East would face an uncontrollable nuclear-arms race if Iran ever acquired weapons capability. Given the region’s political, religious and ethnic conflicts, the logic … Continue reading

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Obama Fails to Blame Taliban for Mass School Murder in Pakistan

WEEKLY STANDARD by Daniel Halper December 16, 2014 President Obama’s statement condemning the mass murder in a Pakistan school fails to blame the perpetrators, the Taliban….As NBC reports….The Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility for the assault, which appeared to be targeting … Continue reading

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“Homeland” Under Attack

FOUNDATION FOR DEFENSE OF DEMOCRACIES by Clifford May October 22, 2014 Are the cast, crew and fans of “Homeland” — Showtime’s television series about a brilliant but neurotic CIA agent – Islamophobes? That’s the implication of articles published this month … Continue reading

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The Parallels Between Bush and Obama

THE AMERICAN INTEREST by Walter Russell Mead September 23, 2014 As President Obama begins to bomb Syria (with no UN authorization and with a coalition of the willing), he is still bombing Iraq, Yemen, and Pakistan; he has U.S. forces spread out across … Continue reading

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War against ISIS headed for failure

TORONTO SUN by Tarek Fatah September 16, 2014 When U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry sat down in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on the 13th anniversary of 9/11, surrounded by the leaders of 10 Arab states, to build a coalition against … Continue reading

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Foreign citizens give Israel a hand

TIMES OF ISRAEL by Renee Ghert-Zang July 23, 2014 StandWithUs Social media campaign encourages residents of all countries to quickly and anonymously support Israel in fighting Hamas With current no-flight orders keeping some Israel supporters grounded, they’ve used their passports in other … Continue reading

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A Muslim comments on Muslim double standards

TORONTO SUN by Tarek Fatah July 15, 2014 If there is a God, he has some explaining to do. On the one hand he tells us Muslims in the Qur’an that we are “the best of peoples, evolved for mankind”, … Continue reading

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