Tag: terrorism

Giuliani forgets terror under Bush: The eyes do not see what the mind does not want

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on January 10, 2010 0 Comments
Giuliani forgets terror under Bush: The eyes do not see what the mind does not want

Rudy Giuliani, the GOP ” leading expert” on terrorism and national security, seems to be making a lot of gaffes lately. Most notable is his claim that “We had no domestic terror attacks under Bush. We’ve had one under Obama” (referring to November’s shootings at Fort Hood). The former New York mayor forgot 9/11 and […]

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Terror: If a dog bites you once, it’s his fault, but if it bites you again, it’s your fault.

Filed in Current affairs, Justice, Tragedy by on January 8, 2010 0 Comments
Terror: If a dog bites you once, it’s his fault, but if it bites you again, it’s your fault.

The President of the United States, Barack Obama, like the chief of a village, is taking responsibility himself for the failure of the agencies that should have stopped the 23-year-old Nigerian Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab from boarding Northwest Airlines Flight 253 despite numerous warning signs. The agencies failed to stop Richard Reid, the “shoe bomber” and […]

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Terrorism: If you close your eyes to facts, you will learn through accidents.

Filed in Current affairs, Religion, Strange stuff by on December 26, 2009 0 Comments
Terrorism: If you close your eyes to facts, you will learn through accidents.

A Nigerian man, claiming to be linked to Al-Qaeda, allegedly tried to set off an incendiary device aboard a transatlantic airplane Friday as it descended toward a Detroit airport, reminding us that the threat of terrorism can come from an unexpected direction. At this point, it is difficult to say if¬† Mr Abdul mutallab — […]

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Jihad: A chameleon can only change its colour but never change its skin.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on December 10, 2009 0 Comments
Jihad: A chameleon can only change its colour but never change its skin.

David Headley appeared in court Wednesday in connection with terror attacks in India. Born Daood Gilani, according to his half-brother, Headley is accused of attending terrorism training camps and plotting terrorist attacks. It is clear that by changing his name as an adult, he thought that he could melt easily into the crowd,¬†unsuspected as being […]

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Words are like arrows. Throw them only when you know where they will fall.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, US foreign policy by on November 1, 2009 0 Comments
Words are like arrows. Throw them only when you know where they will fall.

Creating a diplomatic brouhaha this week in Pakistan, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that it was hard to believe that no one in the Pakistani government knew where Al Qaeda leaders were hiding. I have to say that it takes a lot of guts to say loudly what everybody thinks in their hearts […]

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You cannot be a mouse and bat at the same time.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on September 25, 2009 0 Comments
You cannot be a mouse and bat at the same time.

Muammar Ghaddafi, the Libyan leader, has succeeded in stealing the attention at the U.N. General Assembly. This man is the real good change that the world wants to see. Moving from sponsoring terrorism to a peaceful state is a positive move that states like Iran should follow. In his speech at the U.N. he pointed […]

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No attention is paid to him who is always complaining.

Filed in Current affairs, US foreign policy by on September 24, 2009 0 Comments
No attention is paid to him who is always complaining.

At the U.N. General Assembly, most of the world leaders have spoken. President Ahmadinejad of Iran has spoken, too. Iran, the state sponsoring terrorism in present and the past, has basically the same attitude as a whiner. Even though some of their complaints are legitimate, the government of Iran has chosen the side of those […]

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Because we focused on the snake, we missed the scorpion.

Filed in Current affairs by on September 21, 2009 0 Comments
Because we focused on the snake, we missed the scorpion.

The latest terror threats in New York remind us that the enemies of America are not sleeping. The most shocking is that those who seek shelter in the US, and then try to put this country down. How it is possible to argue against racial profiling when the US government is at war against certain […]

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He who does not look ahead always remains behind.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on August 24, 2009 0 Comments
He who does not look ahead always remains behind.

Convicted Lockerbie bomber Abdel Basset Ali al-Megrahi flew home from a Scottish prison on Thursday, freed by the Scottish government on compassionate grounds because doctors say Megrahi’s cancer will kill him within three months. This decision has generated a lot of criticism from the US and British governments. What creates the fury among the families […]

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If you want to take revenge on a man, send him a woman.

Filed in Current affairs, Obama, Politics by on December 2, 2008 1 Comment
If you want to take revenge on a man, send him a woman.

President-elect Barack Obama confirmed a long-time rumor: Senator Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State. She will lead the US diplomats and negotiate peace in the Middle-east. She will also be the “catalyst” between the US and the states sponsoring terrorism, such as Iran and Syria. Diplomacy lead by a woman has a better chance to […]

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