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Stealth is not a violation of international humanitarian law

When Operation Iraqi Freedom began, I sat in front of my television for three weeks, watching the war in real time. I thought that it was a good idea to embed journalists with the troops so that the world could see that the US was not committing atrocities. Well, I was wrong. The Arab League…

 

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American response versus Arab League response to attacks

In Syria, Russia decided to once again test so-called American resolve. On June 16, 2016, Russian aircraft dropped cluster munitions on US-backed rebels in al-Tanf. The bombers were the Su-34 Fullback. To protect the rebels, the US scrambled two F/A-18 Super Hornet fighters from an aircraft carrier in the Mediterranean. The US pilots contacted the…

 

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Everything they’re telling you about Iraq is a lie

Last night I posted evidence that Iraqi security forces in Fallujah have military advisers from the Eritrean 525th Commando Division. I knew that the Arab League would not allow the massacre of Sunni civilians. So, what about the al-Hashd al-Shaabi, the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Units (PMU)? The global media claims that PMU is committing wide-scale…

 

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Words mean nothing to me. Only actions count

At some point in my lifetime, words became the only thing that people care about. What he or she does is not relevant. Words are now more evil than murder. She’s talking about the Brussels suicide bombings of March 22, 2016. Of course this is utterly moronic. Would a Muslim rather read “#StopIslam” or die…

 

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Reason I write my posts: I take this personally

In the past twelve hours, 20,000 visitors came to my Website. The vast majority of these people are from the Middle East. To my new readers: The reason I write obsessively about terrorism is that I survived the Regent’s Park bombing in London on July 20, 1982. It ruined my life. Because of the Provisional…

 

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Hezbollah has fallen into the Arab League trap

I’ve been dying to talk about this, but I generally refrained. Now that Arab social media has picked up the story, I can discuss my theory of how the Arab League is destroying Hezbollah in Syria. Mythological Hezbollah The Second Lebanon War (July 12 to August 14, 2006) was touted as a victory for Hezbollah….

 

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Technology and unbelievable courage will defeat all enemies

I’ve found a video that perfectly showcases the skill and courage that Arab League strategic special operators display when using their new technology. It’s not surprising that western military “experts” are unaware of the massive leap forward that Israel, the Arab League, and their allies have made in war-fighting. There was always an element of…

 

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Unskilled mass murderers versus professional warriors

Recently many thousands of Muslims began reading my posts. They should know that I don’t choose sides between different sects of Islam. All that matters to me is morality, honor, courage, and intent. My personal opinion—based on evidence—is that the various sects of Islam are now cooperating to defeat terrorism. The future of the Middle…

 

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Israeli Arab League weapons are the key to peace

Many people have asked me what I mean by “new Israeli Arab League weapons.” I wrote about them before, but this post will give you a timeline of the events that brought us to where we are today. Israeli research The new weapons depend on high speed and shock waves. Israeli scientists were looking for…

 

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Change in the Middle East is happening too rapidly to chart

One motivation behind the incredible change in the Middle East is self-interest. The region relies on tourism, and the oil-based economies are switching over to technology, manufacturing, and investment. Saudi Vision 2030 explains the plan. Peace and stability are necessary for the Middle East to survive. Just two Islamic State terrorist attacks wiped out the…

 

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