The Angry Arab, who I have mentioned before, is excited about what the collapse of the Egyptian dictatorship will mean for Israel. He seems to think it will mean the beginning of Israel’s demise. This is interesting, because not one Israeli flag has been burned during the demonstrations and almost 100 percent of the slogans … More Protests break out in Sudan
On Sunday, Al-Arabiya published a story about Jundullah — the ethnic separatists and Sunni extremists who are waging an insurgency against Iranian “security” forces. The article is interesting, giving details about just how dangerous the group is to the regime and its control of Sistan-Balochistan, the province Jundullah operates out of. However, there was one point that … More Could Iran attack Pakistan?
The Iranian regime never ceases to astound me with the utter contempt and disdain it has for the population that it rules over. Last year, I considered its condemnation of the UK’s student crackdown to be the dumbest statement made in 2010, but this appalling and painful proclamation FAR outstrips that in stupidity and evilness. “Iran calls on … More Iran points its bloody finger at Egypt
The revolts sweeping through the Middle East should inspire all of us to strive for something better Earlier this evening I spent a few minutes watching American Idol — I know, there’s definitely more important things to be focusing on, especially in light of the uprisings that are spreading across the Arab world and hopefully Iran. … More Let’s make a change here, too
I just got back from South America a few days ago and I am happy to say that this was published right before I got back. It’s an inspirational experience I have had with a local restaurant in my community — this place helped me remember what is most important in life. In the summer … More Some inspiration to share
It’s a little sad to say, but my 3-week journey and adventure across South America is coming to a close. Earlier, I was walking through Bolivar Square in Bogotá and the many checkpoints that surround the government buildings. The Palacio de Justicia is one such example, and it has good reason to be guarded. In 1985, leftist guerillas … More The 11th hour surge of appreciation
I was surprised (sort of) to read this story. Back in 2007, I assumed — like India’s police — that the bombings which ripped through the Samjhauta Express were carried out by extremists based in Pakistan. Almost every day, followers of Islam are forced to defend their faith from murderous forces that hide behind the banner … More Muslims exonerated from some of India’s terror