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House Intel Chairman Expresses Concern over al-Qaeda in Syria; Fails to mention Turkey’s Role

During a radio interview, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers was asked about the recent chemical attack in Syria. The interviewer seemed convinced the attack came from Bashar al-Assad, despite plenty of evidence to the contrary, much of it chronicled by Shoebat.com. As part of his response, Rogers rightfully brought up the “huge and growing […]

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Muslims Attack College Students And Slaughter Them “like sheep”

By Theodore Shoebat Muslims in Nigeria attacked a college and mercilessly slaughtered dozens of students. They burned them alive, shot them dead, and when some tried to escape through the windows, they seized them and slit their throats. It has been estimated that 40 students were murdered in the attack on the Federal Government College […]

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Man Finds Bible With Pages Covered In Christian Blood

By Theodore Shoebat Michael Coren, of the Sun News, interviewed a Christian who had great experience with Christian persecution in the Middle East to discuss the persecution taking place against Christians in Iraq. The Christian brought a Bible that survived an attack by Muslims on the Our Lady of Salvation Syriac Catholic Cathedral in Baghdad. […]

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Schizophrenia: McCain, Graham oppose al-Qaeda in Iraq

Senators John McCain (RINO-AZ) and Lindsey Graham (RINO-SC) are publicly chastising Barack Obama over Al-Qaeda’s takeover of Fallujah in Iraq. This is quite curious considering both McCain and Graham supported al-Qaeda in Libya and Syria, not to mention their work as Obama emissaries to Egypt in August to negotiate for the release of leaders from […]

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Prince Charles: Christianity Is Beginning “to disappear”

By Theodore Shoebat The killing of Christians is getting so bad that even Prince Charles is speaking about it, he fears that Christianity is beginning “to disappear”. At this point, he is more righteous than Obama, or most of American politicians in this regard. Prince Charles made some important and revealing statements on the current […]

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Did Paul Bremer learn nothing from Iraq?

A disturbing trend relative to the Bush administration’s decisions after the 9/11 attacks continues as another representative from that administration is calling for the removal of Syria’s Bashar al-Assad so that Muslim Brotherhood rebels can fill the void, a position fervently shared by Saudi Arabia. L. Paul Bremer, who was tasked with leading the effort […]

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Iraq ‘Air Bridge’ open to Iran’s Syrian-bound weapons

Iraq’s Foreign Minister has insisted that he is powerless to stop weapons transfers from Iran to Syria across what’s been called an ‘air bridge’ over his country. However, Hadi al-Ameri, Iraq’s Transportation Minister, who has been implicated in the 1996 Khobar Towers bombings (among other things), has expressed loyalty to Iran’s Ayatollah in the past. […]

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Is John Kerry putting his In-laws’ family in danger by helping Syrian rebels?

There is much at stake for both sides in the war taking place in Syria. For the Turks and the Muslim Brotherhood, taking Syria would be a monumental victory for the neo-Ottomans who seek a return of the caliphate. For Iran, such a scenario would mean a major defeat. For all intents and purposes, Assad’s […]

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Muslims complain about Disabled Iraq War Vet’s ‘Infidel’ tattoo; War Vet removed from premises… in Florida!

Eddie Bryant is a disabled Iraq war veteran who has the word ‘Infidel’ tattooed on his leg. You would think Muslims would appreciate his being so open. When it came to Bryant, they didn’t have to guess. The least they could do would be to tell him thank you. Is it a good thing to […]

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Getting closer to why the U.S. Continues to support Syrian Rebels

Before checking out Diana West’s article entitled, Uncle Sam and the Saudi Crescent, consider op-eds penned by former president George W. Bush and his former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice last year; both were bizarre. In May, Bush expressed his continued support for the ‘Arab Spring’ and then in November, Rice continued arguing in support […]

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