Obama and his proxy, NATO, ended airstrikes in Libya after Qaddafi's brutal sodomy and murder by pro-sharia jihadists. Obama has maintained air patrols. The seven-month billion-dollar campaign destroyed 5,900 military targets through 9,600 strike sorties. 30,000 shoulder-to-arm missiles have been looted, many showing up in the hands of the Jew-hating ghazis in Gaza. So what has Obama's war wrought?
Gates of Vienna 1 November 2011
Below is Fjordman’s latest essay. For a complete archive of his writings, see the multi-index listing in the Fjordman Files.
Libya’s autocratic ruler Muammar Qaddafi was brutally tortured and killed on 20 October 2011 after France, Britain, the USA and NATO had actively given military support to rebel troops that were known to include groups with ties to terrorist organizations like al-Qaeda.
ChristianNewsToday.com 27 October 2011
The "Arab Spring" was predictably hailed by naive Western leaders as a positive development that would finally bring true Western-style democratic freedom to the masses of the Middle East.
Canada Free Press 26 October 2011
By Daniel Greenfield
The left’s worst crime in the Middle East has been its support for the region’s Arab-Muslim majority at the expense of its minorities. It has supported the majority’s terrorism, atrocities, ethnic cleansing and repression of the region’s minorities. Very rarely has it raised a voice in their support, and when it has done so, it was in muted tones completely different from their vigorous defenses of the nationalism of the Arab Muslim majority.
Jihad Watch 26 October 2011
In "Reading the Real Qur'an" in the American Thinker this morning, Pamela Geller reads into the "real translation" that Islamic apologist Mike Ghouse gave her on the Sean Hannity Show last Friday night:
Last Friday I was on the Sean Hannity Show, debating Muslim activist Michael Ghouse on the future of Libya.
Family Security Matters 25 October 2011
By Gadi Adelman
This could certainly be the shortest article I have ever written. The title alone could be the whole article.
Canada Free Press 25 October 2011
By Daniel Greenfield
The tyrant is dead, and the head of Libya’s Transitional National Council, Mustafa Abdul-Jalil, (who was also Gaddafi’s former Justice Minister), has declared that Libya has been liberated.
What a glorious day it is when a country is liberated from its justice minister by its justice minister. If only Gaddafi had been quicker on the ball, he could have staged a revolution against himself and liberated the country from himself.