Category: Middle East Crisis

August 21, 2012 Category: Middle East Crisis

Documentary of the Week: Shouting in the Dark

This is the little told story of the Bahrain democratic uprising, abandoned by the Arabs, forsaken by the West and forgotten by the world.

March 5, 2012 Category: Middle East Crisis

Shock Claim: Al Qaeda Enters Strategic Alliance with U.S. Against Syrian Government

According to new international reports, the United States may have recently formed a strategic alliance with some anti-Assad factions operating within Syria.

February 23, 2012 Category: Middle East Crisis

Why Does Iran Hate America? Exposing Operation Ajax

Why Does Iran Hate America? Listen as Stephen Kinzer exposes the truth about the 1953 coup in Iran known as Operation Ajax.

March 21, 2011 Category: Middle East Crisis

The West vs. Gadaffi

by Eric Hammer | FTMDaily Contributing Writer TEL AVIV, Mar 21 – As the fighting in Libya continues to take a toll on the civilian population there, the United States and her allies are entering the third day of their offensive to enforce a no fly zone over parts of the North African nation. President […]

March 10, 2011 Category: Middle East Crisis

Saudi “Day of Rage” May Fizzle on the Launching Pad

A so called “Day of Rage” has been scheduled for tomorrow in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The planned protest has been called for on a Facebook group which sports some 17,000 members and has sent the market for crude oil into emergency standby mode.

March 3, 2011 Category: Middle East Crisis

The Gas Shocks of the Future Are Here Today in Israel

You walk up to the gas pump and check the price. $7.94 per gallon the meter reads. You shrug and begin to fill up your tank, watching in numbed silence as the numbers race by. By the time you’re done, the total cost to fill up your tank of gas is $238.20. A fantasy?

March 2, 2011 Category: Middle East Crisis

The Mad Dog of Libya Keeps Laughing

There was something truly sad in watching the interview that Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi recently gave to Christiane Amanpour. He met with her and two other journalists in the lobby of a local hotel in Tripoli, apparently unafraid of possible assassination attempts.

February 28, 2011 Category: Middle East Crisis

A Federal Government Shutdown: Will They or Won’t They?

The ball is currently in the Democrat’s court. That’s the consensus that the House of Representatives and Speaker of the House John Boehner have offered regarding a possible government shutdown.

August 22, 2010 Category: Middle East Crisis

Week in Review with Jerry Robinson

Of course, the big news last week came out of the Middle East. The U.S. announced new peace talks set to take place next month between Israel and the Palestinians. And after years of delays, Iran finally began loading tons of uranium fuel into their first nuclear reactor (Russian-built) on Saturday.

August 17, 2010 Category: Middle East Crisis

Wars and Rumors of War

This weekend, Iran goes atomic. On August 21, Iran will bring the nation’s first nuclear power reactor online when it loads a shipment of nuclear fuel into the core of the Bushehr nuclear plant.

June 22, 2010 Category: Middle East Crisis

Is U.S. Now On Slippery Slope To Tyranny? – Thomas Sowell

For as long as I can remember I have looked forward to reading Thomas Sowell’s columns for his acute insights. He is a former economics professor and has written some great books, including one called: Basic Economics. In my opinion, it is a must-read for anyone who wants to understand the way the U.S. economy works – and doesn’t work.

June 16, 2010 Category: Middle East Crisis

American on mission to kill bin Laden arrested

“We initially laughed when he told us that he wanted to kill Osama bin Laden,” said Khan. But he said when officers seized the pistol, the sword and night-vision equipment, “our suspicion grew.”