In recent years, the Middle East has seen that the most inhumane actions are carried out against Shia Muslims, Christians and Ezidis.
Nigerians are angry that President Jonathan’s fight against the deadly Islamic terrorist army Boko Haram has failed to yield results.
LOS ANGELES, January 15, 2015—Today is the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s actual birthday. Had he lived, he would have been 86. One wonders what his opinions would be on what we have done with the weighty legacy he left behind. The movie Selma is also out in theaters, giving a new window on ...
As the world's eyes watched Paris and the deadly Charlie Hebdo attacks Boko Haram militants continued their deadly assaults that started on January 3.
"Dead bodies litter the bushes in the area and it is still not safe to go and pick them (up) for burial," - Musa Bukar, Baga
While Nigeria burned, and Boko Haram was killing school boys, and massacring villages, where was hashtag diplomacy? Where were the masses then? The failure of the United States and the West to recognize and deal with Boko Haram, and groups all across Africa, and the Middle-East, is what lead to this point. The West has let Africa fall into the grips of those who would see the rise of those individuals responsible for the events of September 11, 2001.
WASHINGTON, May 14, 2014 — Numerous Muslim individuals and organizations have expressed outrage at the Boko Haram kidnapping of young girls. The anger at Boko Haram, a recognized terrorist organization, reflects a genuine sentiment of antipathy towards the group and its actions for a variety of reasons. Many would be surprised, for example, to learn that ...
Is this helping the cause of saving these abducted girls, or is it just giving people a warm, fuzzy, feeling that they care?
US Marines in Nigeria have made an arrest, taking two suspected Boko Haram terrorists into custody.
Actress Angelina Jolie has commented on the kidnapping of more than 200 Nigerian schoolgirls saying the kidnappings are an “unthinkable cruelty.”
Parents of 200 school girls in Nigeria are anxiously waiting to find out the fate of their children kidnapped by militant Islamists Boko Haram.
If the Obama Administration wishes to adequately protect American interests it has to be prepared to counter and adjust to threats posed from both unconventional and conventional enemies.