The United States has committed herself to protecting the Gulf States, for free, ever since, in 1945, President Franklin D. Roosevelt met with King Abdul Aziz al-Saud aboard the U.S. Cruiser Quincy at the Suez canal. That historic meeting culminated in the rhetoric we hear today about the special relationships
For those who follow the Middle East closely, it is obvious to all that the Arab strongman is back. His comeback is going to be more lethal and more vicious than at any time in its history. Already, many are wishing for Hosni Mubarak’s rule as compared to the new
A new Arab evil rises in Saudi Arabia to emulate the Syrian regime of Baschar al-Assad. Over the last year or so, the world has become witness to its rise parading as the coming of a new messiah. Some of the most accomplished men and women in the world rode
The statement below issued by the Nobel Committee for its Peace Prize speaks for itself. Bravo Nadia Murad for your courage surviving the terrorists in Iraq. You are an inspiration to every person who experienced rape in conflict zones. Syrians are asking the Nobel Peace Prize Committee though, what about
This evil Assad regime has committed untold atrocities. Rape is a weapon of war, torture is a policy, and killing is a right. Assad must go.
Majd al-Assad, Baschar’s young brother, died mysteriously in 2009. Many believe he was suffering from a severe mental illness that took his life; possibly at his own hands. Upon a closer look at the delusional Assad world where using sarin gas in the 21st century is as normal as firing