Category Archives: Middle East

Elimination of Terror Leader Brings With It a Serious Question

The recent death of terror leader Anwar al-Awlaki marked a great victory in American efforts to dismantle foreign Islamic terror organizations aimed at killing more Americans and our allies. Al-Awlaki’s death in a drone strike is yet another blow deadly … Continue reading

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Boom Goes the Dynamite

For the first week of the turmoil in Egypt (and the greater Middle East), I was, for some reason, cautiously optimistic that the valid grievances of the Egyptian people would be resolved in a manner that would benefit the Egyptian … Continue reading

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A Big Day in Egypt

Just a quick post on the subject, so you won’t find any links here.  I will attempt to add some later in the day. Egyptian protesters are attempting to organize a huge rally today.  I suspect there will be developments … Continue reading

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Progress In Egypt?

The opposition to Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is far from dying out.  In fact, things appear to be picking up speed.  It appears that former IAEA chief  Mohammed ElBaradei is slowly moving closer to becoming the next Egyptian head of state.  I … Continue reading

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Violent Protests Engulf Egypt, Spread Across Middle East

I am not going to get overly excited, nor am I optimistic, but this is worth paying attention to. The thirty year rule of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is crumbling down around him. Egyptians have tired of the dictatorial government, and … Continue reading

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Apparent Jihadist Issues Christmas Threat

Blah, blah, stop the killings in Muslim countries or we will do all kinds of horrible things to you, blah, blah. Is the MSM really that hurt up for news that they still report on these jokers? Apparently so, although … Continue reading

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An Older Photo, But Still Powerful

I was browsing through some pictures on my computer, and came across the following photo from 2005, in Mosul, Iraq. A former soldier-turned-journalist, Michael Yon, was embedded with the 1-24th Infantry, aka “Deuce Four,” when he snapped this picture: The … Continue reading

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