We are loud with our voices, yet we are silent in the only way that matters. You can’t stop genocide with words and drone strikes.
This belt of ammo was discovered several years ago in a carry-on bag at the Richmond International Airport (RIC).
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According to reports, Boko Haram burned 86 children alive in Dalori, a village in northern Nigeria.
While it is certainly not a crime to criticize Israel, some of these posts, which applaud ISIS or cry death to ISIS’s opponents do appear deeply disturbing.
This seems to justify anti-Islam feelings right?? These Muslims are waving the ISIS flag the day of a major terror event! They hate America, right? Right?!?
Actually, pretty much 100% wrong.
Right now, radical Salafism is Germany, circa 1933 and the dawdling Middle Eastern countries – Iran and Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates – might as well be Poland, Austria and Belgium.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words but the stories behind these pictures are almost too insane to be believed.
Last Monday an eighth-grade student was asked, almost out of the blue, about whether she had a bomb in her backpack.
The list goes on in other countries and the results are the same. But with tragedy comes a sense of unity and strength and standing strong against threats while rebuilding a nation in the process is not only commendable but something we, as Americans, are familiar with after attacks of the same kind.