Air Strikes Will Not Beat Isis
Posted: Thursday, September 25, 2014
Pentagon: ISIS campaign could last years
Air Strikes Will Not Beat Isis
On the ground it's hard to tell friend from foe
Syrian rebels angry that strikes hit al Qaida ally but not Assad
Islamist fighters advance in Syria despite U.S. strikes
America's new war in Syria is a total disaster
If we want to help people, how about we start by feeding some refugees?
Isis publicly execute leading lawyer and human rights activist in Iraq
US Airstrikes Target ISIS-Held Oil Refineries in Syria
Saudi, UAE Planes Also Participated in Infrastructure Attacks
What Arab partners will get in return for strikes on Syria
US bombing Syria to wrest control of oil: Kucinich
Iraqi PM says Islamic State plans attacks on Paris, U.S. subways
Iraqi Report of ISIS Subway Threat Knocked Down
Is the Khorasan Group Real? Experts Cast Doubts
The Khorasans: As Fake As the Kardashians
New Boogeyman Has Already Been Debunked
Obama is now – after the fact – scrambling to justify bombing the sovereign nation of Syria without the permission of either the Syrian government or even the United States Congress by saying that we were going after the super-evil Khorasans, who were about to attack us.
Rouhani blames rise in extremism on West's 'blunders'
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani: Certain states helped create extremism
Rouhani: Western Intervention 'Put Blades in the Hands' of ISIS Extremists
Iran's president tells UN General Assembly that US invasions and 'certain intelligence agencies' gave rise to militants that 'now spare no one' in Iraq and Syria
Civilian Deaths Mount as US Bombing of Syria Expands
'We will pay with our blood,' says Abu Ibrahim, who fled his city of Raqqa ahead of US bombing. 'In big wars, the civilian will pay.'
How Imminent Is an 'Imminent' Attack Threat?
Abu Qatada cleared of terror charges by Jordan court
Home Office says there is no question of radical Muslim cleric returning to UK following his acquittal
How “Khorasan” Went From Nowhere To The Biggest Threat To The U.S.
The Islamist group targeted in airstrikes in Syria was almost unknown to the American public until recently. Now the Obama administration says they present a direct threat to the U.S.
Ignoring Pleas for Diplomacy, US and 'Friends' Bomb Syria
In attacking ISIS, critics say that Obama now waging boundless, endless war
Pentagon Expects Islamic State to Rebound after Syria Airstrikes
'3,000 European jihadis' now in Syria, Iraq
The number of Europeans joining Islamist fighters in Syria and Iraq has jumped by a third to around 3,000 in a few months, the EU counter terrorism chief said Tuesday.
ISIS' Harsh Brand of Islam Is Rooted in Austere Saudi Creed
ANSWER speaks out against U.S. bombing of Syria
Statement by Brian Becker, National Coordinator of the ANSWER Coalition
Attorney General Eric Holder to step down
Ukraine to shut border with Russia, seek EU membership
President Petro Poroshenko yesterday ordered a temporary closure of Ukraine's porous border with Russia and voiced plans to apply for EU membership in 2020 as part of his ex-Soviet country's Westward shift.
Obama Denounces Russian 'Aggression' in Europe
Russia tops ISIS threat, Ebola worst of all? Lavrov puzzled by Obama's UN speech
Gazans Slaughtered. EU Has No Comments
21 killed in Boko Haram attack in Nigeria's Borno
US to pay largest Native American nation $554m in landmark settlement
The Obama administration will pay the Navajo Nation a record $554 million to settle claims by the most populous Native American tribe that funds and natural resources on its reservation were mismanaged by the US government for decades.