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Al-Qaeda

Fighting for the Americans and allies Biden has left to die in Afghanistan

SAN DIEGO. Terrorists not only murdered over 2,900 Americans on Sept. 11, 2001, but they also sought to bring America to its knees. As America’s allies watched in shock, a seismic jarring ripped around the globe. The smoke cleared and the Taliban lay at the epicenter. A safe harbor for al Qaeda jihadists to launch ...

September 11 and Rosh Hashanah 2018

September 11, 2018: Tears for the dead, laughter for the living

NASHVILLE: For many Americans, September 11 is just a normal day. From Sunday night on September 9th through Tuesday night on the 11th, Jews celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. Seventeen years have passed since Islamist terrorists hijacked four American planes and murdered nearly 3,000 people. For too many Americans, the worst attack on American soil has ...

Killing al-Qaeda: The Khorasan problem

WASHINGTON, September 28, 2014 — The death of al-Qaeda, whose decimation was announced by President Obama 32 times in 2012 alone, is generally recognized now to have been greatly exaggerated. It made that clear on Saturday when it launched rockets at the U.S. embassy in Yemen. The sudden appearance of a brand-new al-Qaeda affiliate, Khorasan, ...

Obama on ISIL, immigration, and his regrettable golf game

WASHINGTON, September 7, 2014 — President Obama said Sunday morning that he will meet with congressional leaders on Tuesday, then address America on Wednesday to lay out his administration’s game plan against ISIL. Obama made his comments to Chuck Todd on this week’s edition of NBC’s Meet the Press. Other points he made during the interview: ...

Could ISIS be a victim of their own success?

As they have swept eastward out of Syria, where they have a foothold which they have carved out for themselves during the turmoil of the Syrian Civil War, they have gained strength in numbers and assets. Their benefactors see that they are making progress, with each new city they take they gain both recruits and fighting experience. They are picking up armored vehicles, helicopters, and whatever equipment the Iraqi army left behind or abandoned when they surrendered.