Bin Laden’s dead — but Hezbollah’s stronger than ever. And they’re HERE.
Oh, if only the death of Osama bin Laden’s death could solve all our problems. No doubt we’ve dealt a serious blow to al-Qaeda. Unfortunately, Hezbollah, which has terrorist cells all over the Western Hemisphere — including within U.S. borders — is an even greater long-term danger to us than al-Qaeda is. In case anyone needs a refresher, Hezbollah is the Iranian-sponsored terrorist organization that | Read More »
Tags: Border Security
, Drug cartels
, Jihadist training camps
, Mosques in the U.S.
, Terrorist cells
, Tri-Border Area
In Egypt, Christians fear the same fate as Iraqi and Lebanese Christians — or worse
Catholics and Eastern Orthodox Christians have been split for nearly 1,000 years — but in Egypt, tragically, they are united in suffering — now so more than ever. Via Catholic Online, the Catholic News Agency reports [boldface mine, throughout]: As the U.S. urges Mubarak to step down, Egyptian Christians worry that radical Islamic ideology may fill a void left by his absence. Issam Bishara, Vice | Read More »
There’s a place in the world for violence
A recently published book, Prelude to Catastrophe, analyzes the thinking and actions of highly positioned Jews in Franklin D. Roosevelt’s administration who wanted to help the Jews of Europe but struggled to find the best ways to do so. I haven’t read the book yet, but I mention it because I want to share with you a passage from David Frum’s review of it that | Read More »