Crown Prince Mohammed’s pitch to governments, citizens and, most importantly, investors, explicitly plays on global Islamophobia and many Muslims’ own frustrations about the violence committed in the name of their religion. It neatly identifies Islam as a problem and the prince as the solution. And this summer is supposed to bring a marquee moment for the battle against fundamentalist Islam the crown prince says he’s fighting: On June 24, women will gain the legal right to drive in Saudi Arabia. … [Read more...] about Saudi Arabia Told The World Its Problem Was Islam. It’s Actually Tyranny.
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But all of this technological superiority might be moot depending on the circumstances of a potential future war. The most likely scenario is either a series of American stand-off strikes on Iran or a limited conflict in Syria. At the far end of the plausibility scale is an American invasion of Iran, something that was often discussed during President George W. Bush’s tenure. … [Read more...] about America vs Iran: Can U.S. Military Win a War Against Islamic Republic?
Sri Lanka bombing said to be worst since 9/11 ISIS claims credit for Sri Lanka Easter Sunday bombing Chaos in the Sri Lanka government Sri Lankans fear a return to the civil war Sri Lanka’s Generational Recover Era Sri Lanka bombing said to be worst since 9/11 The death toll has risen above 350, and over 500 injured, in the Easter Sunday bombing of churches and hotels in Colombo, the capital city, and other cities in Sri Lanka. The church bombings took place in the middle of Easter services to maximize carnage. Some analysts are saying that this is the worst terror attack since the attack on 9/11/2001. … [Read more...] about World View: Islamic State Claims Credit for Sri Lanka Easter Sunday Bombing
[I]SIS remains a potent force of battle-hardened and well-disciplined fighters that “could likely resurge in Syria” absent continued counterterrorism pressure. According to DOD [U.S. Department of Defense], ISIS is still able to coordinate offensives and counter-offensives, as well as operate as a decentralized insurgency. … [Read more...] about Pentagon: Unchecked, Islamic State Could Resurge in Syria in 6-12 Months
GNA officials appear primarily focused on the threat posed by Khalifa Haftar currently, as his attack on Tripoli has left all of Libya without an airport. While no reports of deaths in the airport strike have surfaced, the GNA claims that at least 25 people, including civilians, have died as a result of the Haftar invasion, and 80 have been wounded. Haftar’s troops claim 19 deaths among their ranks. The United Nations has released its own tally, reporting that 47 have died and 181 have been wounded as part of the attack. The World Health Organization (WHO) also reports the deaths of two doctors in the assault. … [Read more...] about Libya: Islamic State Attacks Haftar as Strongman Bombs Only Functioning Airport