Archive for the 'Hezbollah' Category

Apr 18 2008

Watch For An Election Year Signal From Radical Islamists To Force A Surrendercrat World Disaster

After almost 7 years of war in the heart of Islam, since the attacks of 9-11 on America, America is now in the process of choosing its next President. Because the choices are stark and offer huge headaches or huge opportunities to the terrorists, the Islamo Fascists will want to send a clear signal to […]

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Feb 21 2008

Cousin To Syrian President Assad In US Cross Hairs

I tripped across this news that one day after the assassination of Hezbollah leader Mughniyeh in Damascus President Bush signed an order freezing the assets of Assad cousin and leading Syrian businessman Rami Makhluf. The Treasury Department said the sanctions would be imposed on Rami Makhluf, who was identified as a prominent Syrian businessman and […]

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Feb 19 2008

About That Nuclear Plant In Syria

Some news broke yesterday that did not seem to cause the ripple of concern it should have. It follows the news that the assassinated Hezbollah terrorist was in meetings with Syrian, Iranian and Islamic Jihad representatives to plan for attacks on neighboring Arab countries – one of which could easily be Iraq and US forces […]

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Feb 18 2008

The Battle For Islam Rages

It is clear that al-Qaeda’s pummeling over the last few years since 9-11 has shown that organization to be mostly hot air with the ability to blow up innocent people, but not topple governments. It failed in Iraq and Lebanon, and is failing in Afghanistan. Pakistan is one place I would hesitate to say is […]

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Feb 16 2008

Now Is Not The Time For Dems To Blind America

The FISA wars have become surreal as paranoid and delusional liberals panic about non-existent risks to civil liberties (all surveillance activities are reviewed by many organizations and the courts to ensure there is no abuse). Their made-for-TV juvenile fears of being listened in on have caused them to demand all surveillance, even that surveillance focused […]

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Feb 15 2008

Assassinated Hezbollah Terrorist Was Planning Large Terrorist Attack, Are Democrats Risking The Lives Of Our Military?

There are reports that the Hezbollah terrorist recently assassinated in Damascus was in the stages of planning a huge attack against other Arab states, probably with the assistance of the Iranians: A Kuwaiti newspaper reports that Hizbullah terrorist chief Imad Mughniyeh, who was killed in a car-bomb attack in Damascus on Tuesday, was in the […]

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Feb 13 2008

Another Deadly Terrorist Sent To Meet Allah

The world is a slightly better place today with word that another deadly terrorist has been killed: A Hezbollah commander suspected in some of the deadliest terrorist attacks of the last 25 years and a reputed role model for Osama bin Laden has been killed in Syria, Hezbollah TV said Wednesday. Imad Mughniyeh died in […]

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Aug 29 2006

Nasrallah’s Blunder

If you are going to send people to die, you need to let them know why and make sure it is a worthy cause. The mentality of the Islamo-Fascist leaders is simple: people are resources to be used (their side) and destroyed (the enemy’s side). They are bomb carriers, elements of the weapons systems, etc. […]

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Aug 21 2006

The French Surrender Again

That fact France has shown once again what a pathetic ally they are by not committing any serious troops to the Lebanon peace keeping force tells me it is time to totally realign the UN. Europe doesn’t need France on the Security Council if it is going to surrender every time there is a tough […]

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Aug 17 2006

There Is No Instant Success In Life

Jed Babbin has joined the ranks of the arm-chair instant experts today by declaring the ME is closer to Syrian and Iranian visions of the future than that of our efforts to forge peaceful democracies. He could not be more wrong: From the latter, Iran’s Amadinejad and Syria’s Assad have both announced the birth of […]

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