The Biden administration is indicating now that its nuclear deal with Iran will not be concluded until after the midterm elections.
How the Media’s 9/11 Anniversary Coverage Shifted from a Critical Look at al-Qaida to Attacking America
Whispered first, then shouted from the dust and wreckage of that September morning in 2001 came the words that have become a mantra: Never forget.
We’re back to Sept. 10, 2001, except that both our enemies and our allies are now watching the American giant return to his slumber. Expect serious repercussions to follow.
The opening shot in the war to break America’s belief in its right to lead, its right to defeat its enemies and its right to be strong was fired in Durban, not New York.
As we commemorate the 20th anniversary of the horrific 9/11 attacks, the pain endures for the survivors and for the family members of the nearly 3,000 people who perished that day.
What began as Israeli intelligence assistance against Al-Qaeda grew into larger cooperation against ISIS • Devastating attacks transformed America’s view of international terrorism • Whether Afghanistan again turns into Sunni terror hub an open question.
For the West, there are no “forever wars.” Its wars are either won or lost; there are victors and vanquished. For Islamic extremists, war is indeed forever; defeat is only temporary.