Right Side News 30 April 2013
By Raymond Ibrahim
- Jesus painting splattered with the blood of Christian worshipers killed during the 2011 bombing of the Church of Two Saints
The Modern Era
After some 14 centuries of persecution and church attacks,Egypt’s Copts ushered in the 2011 new year by having one of their largest Jesus painting splattered with the blood of Christian worshipers killed during the 2011 bombing of the Church of Two SaintsJesus painting splattered with the blood of Christian worshipers killed during the 2011 bombing of the Church of Two Saintschurches attacked:
Gatestone Institute 29 April 2013
By Christine Williams
Despite these recent attacks on innocent civilians, excuses were made that blamed the victims and exonerated the perpetrators
How can anyone talk about resuming the peace process when Palestinians are being told by their leaders, on a daily basis, how bad and evil Israel is?
Canada Free Press 29 April 2013
By Alan Caruba
A protocol to the Geneva Convention outlaws the use of gas in warfare. This did not stop Iraq’s Saddam Hussein from using it during his eight-year war with Iran
In one infamous incident Saddam ordered the use of poison gas against Kurdish guerrillas and civilians in the border town of Halabja, killing 5,000 people at the height of the Iran-Iraq war. His cousin earned the nickname "Chemical Ali” and was later hanged after Saddam was overthrown.
Global Security News 29 April 2013
By Boutros Hussein and Lee Jay Walker
The Syrian government is fighting international Islamic jihadists which are funded by feudal Gulf monarchs and whereby NATO Turkey is a friendly participant in the destabilization of Syria
Indeed, it is amazing that America, France and the United Kingdom are playing the "international jihadist card” against Syria after the deplorable reality of what happened in Afghanistan. This applies to America, the United Kingdom, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and other nations, openly funding terrorists throughout the 1980s and 1990s in Afghanistan and clearly this reality existed long after the demise of the Soviet Union.