Archive | March, 2013

Is Boko Haram making Southward gains in Nigeria?

When it comes to the African country of Nigeria and its problems with the barbaric Boko Haram, it has historically been a problem for the north to be more concerned about. In the map below, you can see the city of Kano in north central Nigeria. However, these problems appear to be moving southward with […]

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Ben Barrack’s ‘Resurrection Day’ Show

There is an old saying that goes, “The truth always comes out.” 2000 years ago, the truth in the flesh was crucified but then the truth came out on resurrection day. Today, the truth is being crucified on nearly every front but make no mistake… It will come out. Such was the theme of Barrack’s […]

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Video: Egyptian Preacher calls for Arrest of Mohammed Morsi from Tahrir Square

During Friday prayer in Tahrir Square, this Egyptian preacher made it quite clear he didn’t have much respect for Muslim Brotherhood president Mohammed Morsi. Here is a portion of what he said about his country’s president: “He is an elementary-school dropout. He is mentally insane.” If you believe in the notion of ‘what goes around […]

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Outrage: Defense Department rationale for why Fort Hood Jihad victims shouldn’t receive Purple Hearts

Ben Barrack This new development further demonstrates at least two realities. First, when the United States was hit on 9/11/01, declaring war on “terror” instead of on the actual enemy, was a grave mistake. Second, that mistake is being grossly exploited with legalese and political correctness, this time coming from the Department of Defense (DOD). […]

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Zawahiri: Coming to Egypt

By Walid Shoebat Several Egyptian newspapers like Masr Al-Jadeeda, Al-Istiklal and Medan had published the story of a secret meeting between Ayman Zawahiri, the main man in Al-Qaeda and Muhammad Morsi of Egypt in Pakistan. Morsi – according to the reports – had secretly met with Ayman Zawahiri, the leader of the terrorist organization al-Qaeda […]

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Video: Full Pallywood lesson in under 60 Seconds

If you want a lesson on how Pallywood works – from start to finish – in less time than it takes to watch a :60 commercial, be sure to view the video below. Step 1: Palestinians gather together and individually attempt to provoke Israelis. In this case, a Palestinian is hurling rocks at those he’s […]

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We Are Above the Law (So Say the Saudis)

By Walid Shoebat There is immense public and even governmental support for terrorists and criminals who originate from Saudi Arabia, a country that prides itself on Sharia and moral values. The irony of the cases we present is that not one of these Saudi nationals sentenced for crimes and even terrorism charges in the United […]

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Virtue is Freedom

By Keith Davies I was watching the Bill O’Reilly show last night (Tuesday March 26) and was struck by how he abandoned his own conscience by dismissing a fundamental tenet of his faith as a Catholic. He separated himself from his own faith and stated his own ambivalence to homosexual marriage. Is that really ‘lookin’ […]

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New York Times: C.I.A. helping Syrian Rebels via Turkey (Iran can’t be happy)

When viewed through the prism of the Benghazi Consulate Special Mission Compound and C.I.A. annex, this news is indeed interesting. Via New York Times: With help from the C.I.A., Arab governments and Turkey have sharply increased their military aid to Syria’s opposition fighters in recent months, expanding a secret airlift of arms and equipment for […]

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Secretary of State John Kerry demonstrates why Huma Abedin’s background mattered

When folks like Andrew McCarthy articulated why our findings about then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s close adviser Huma Abedin were important, his camp was smeared as being discriminatory. His argument had nothing to do with discrimination or Islamophobia. It had everything to do with Abedin’s familial ties compromising her judgment and allegiances to the […]

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Alarming Footage: Syrian Rebels Used Chemical Weapons

By Theodore Shoebat and Walid Shoebat In December of last year we revealed that the rebels had in their hands potent chemical weapons and were testing them on rabbits, and we predicted that they will use them on innocents. Well now it is happening. And now, new evidence translated from Arabic sources reveals the likelihood […]

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There are Two Passovers, Not One

By Walid Shoebat While Israel observes the old Passover, I am reminded of the words of Micah, the prophet who promised another—new, coming soon—Passover. Let’s keep in mind, Passover is not just about history; it’s about Israel’s destiny. While Jews read excerpts from the Bible about how G-d delivered them out of bondage in Egypt, […]

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Dore Gold on ‘European Settlements’ vs. Israeli Settlements

Cyprus has been in the news quite a bit recently over a decision to essentially tax people for having their money sitting in banks (there was a time when the banks paid people to have access to their money – times have changed). Israel’s Dore Gold hones in on Cyprus for another reason – it’s […]

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Video: Glazov Gang talks Iraq ten years later

It’s been ten years since ‘shock and awe’ campaign that kicked off America’s war in Iraq. Here are two videos from the Glazov Gang that includes a discussion about whether we should have gone in at all and what should have been done differently with the gift of hindsight. The second video involves analysis of […]

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Former Israeli Foreign Minister: Apology to Turkey a ‘serious mistake’

Israel’s former Foreign Minister has some strong words in opposition to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the latter’s apology to Turkey for how it handled the Gaza flotilla in 2010. It’s quite hard to argue with his logic. Via Times of Israel: Former foreign minister Avigdor Liberman slammed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Friday for […]

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