The impact of America’s capitulation to the Taliban.
The following are among the abuses Muslims inflicted on Christians throughout the month of September 2021:
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 now know that the stubborn, almost incomprehensible way in which President Biden pulled out of Afghanistan was against military advice
The think-tank crowd and Jewish former officials of the State Department are desperately trying to undercut the notion that the U.S. debacle demonstrates American unreliability where Israel is concerned.
The Taliban, like most jihadis, are players in someone else’s chess game.
The real shame is that the president, in his zeal to “end the war,” never figured out that the United States had effectively already won it.
Earlier in his career, Biden appeared to grasp that America has dangerous and determined enemies who cannot be appeased. What changed his mind?
The prime minister wants a show of better relations with an ally. But a president in crisis who has little interest in heeding warnings about Iran isn’t likely to offer him much help.
Taliban terrorists are going through people’s cell phones, searching for Bible apps that would indicate they are Christians.