Archive for December, 2006

Moments from death, Saddam offers…

December 31st, 2006

tactical lessons for those globally interested in militancy. It is difficult to sort out Saddam’s very last words. Near the end, Iraq’s national security adviser asked, if he any last words. Saddam’s, reply, NO! and continued, “I am a militant, and I have no fear for myself. I have spent my life in jihad and […]


Saddam’s daughter Raghad says…

December 30th, 2006

while exiled in Jordan. Asking the Iraqi government to allow her fathers body to be buried in Yemen. She said Yemen will be a temporary burial place. Until Iraq is liberated. Then her father can be reburied in Iraq.
The murder of Saddam on the eve of a Sunni Muslim holiday, one of its […]


Iranian terror managed from world capitals

December 27th, 2006

An Iranian opposition group in exile, the National Council of Resistance of Iran, NCRI. The NCRI states its purpose is to overthrow the Iranian government of Ayatollah Khamenei, and its president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. On Tuesday, 26 December 06, the NCRI released an alarming brief.
Boldly they highlight the following. Accusing the Islamic Republic of Iran as […]


Britain’s Blair got it right

December 20th, 2006

The world is filled with thousands of media outlets churning out constant news concerning the Middle East. It’s like the rest of the world does not exist by comparison of the coverage.
Middle East news can be summed in a brief sentence that everyone can understand. All because the Middle East is constantly making news. […]


Checkmate

December 19th, 2006

Two players sit across from each other contemplating how to checkmate the opposing king. But bound, by specific rules of play. What if those sixteen pieces of six kinds, could communicate with the mover of those pieces. Would the mover be motivated to make different moves; resulting in a possible different end? Most likely not […]


Islam and Christianity forces for global destruction

December 13th, 2006

The idiom, “go to hell in a hand-basket,” certainly is an appropriate idiom when looking at world events today. Go to hell in a hand-basket suggest going somewhere without much resistance. Ending in hell in a figurative manner suggest absolute ruin.
Consider these events. Just yesterday, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, once again said that Israel […]


Sixty years ago, 7:55 AM

December 7th, 2006

A war to make the world safe, but are not safe because a Muslim foe camps within our national borders