Who Emptied My Holster? The 250 or so men who perpetrated crimes against Syrians must be brought to justice under the law. Syrians must extend a magnanimous hand of friendship to all the minorities after an apology is expressed publicly. We build together or we destroy together. Who emptied my holster?
Dictators are truly a special breed of people. Understanding dictators and their extortion practices is important to confront them. They live off striking fear unto their own people and others. Alternatively, democratically elected leaders extract their energy from the acceptance and admiration of their supporters. How a dictator keeps his
First day on the job for Eric Holder, US Attorney General, was to relieve the US from the burden of Gitmo. With a novice experience in Islamic terror, Holder was clueless of what he is about to face. Today, Holder has very few words to say about Gitmo. He spends
The Middle East has experienced a paradigm shift in recent years prompted by unfinished business in Syria and Iran. At the same time that countries in the region watch Iran and Syria expand their influence in ways that threaten the fabric of any moderate views and the existence of Israel,
“Khanet el-Yek“ in Backgammon Arab-Farsi lingo (column one) refers to an untenable position one finds himself when playing an opponent blocking his pieces no matter the dice one throws. If one analyzes Assad’s position today, it is obvious that Assad finds himself in “Khanet el-Yek” because of his infantile policies.
The first country to excel at the rigging of car bombs was Syria. More car bombs have been manufactured by Assad in Syria than any other country (Competition is fierce with Iran). When it comes to Syria, the non-punishable terror of car bombs goes on. When Assad first unleashed his