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In utter disregard for the Quranic injunction to protect churches (22:40-41), and in contempt of Muhammad’s peaceful message of honoring the property of other faiths, Al-Qaeda (recently) murdered nearly 60 worshippers assembled at Our Lady of Salvation Church in Iraq. As an American belonging to the peaceful Ahmadiyya Muslim community, I unequivocally condemn these heinous acts. For the perpetrators of this brutal crime against humanity I hope for swift justice. For the family and friends of the murdered and injured I pray for peace.
Islamic terrorists have repeatedly tried to hit Jordan, with indifferent success, until Wednesday when U.S. chain luxury hotels popular with diplomats, tourists, foreign business travelers and the local well-to-do were bombed with significant loss of life, including guests at a wedding party.
Do you know Scott Dickinson? Richard Rivera? How about Greg Buckley? Matt Manoukian? Heard of Ryan Jeschke? Sky Mote? Ever run across Greg Trent? What about Tom Kennedy? Did you meet Kevin Griffin? Bump into Walt Gray? How about Ethan Martin, Clayton Beauchamp, or Dan Linnabary?
Vice President Dick Cheney has concluded a secret mission to Pakistan to express the Bush administration’s impatience and frustration at lagging efforts to crack down on stepped-up Taliban and al Qaeda activity along the Afghan border.
“I have some sad news for Democrats. Karl Marx is dead.”
The value of constant vigilance was chillingly underscored this week when British authorities arrested 21 people in an alleged plot to blow up U.S.-bound airliners over the Atlantic.
“I can sum up the Jodi Arias trial in one word: Boring! What’s worse is that they’re trying to make it scandalous (and making a lame attempt at making her seem like a victim) by talking about sex and religion, which only makes it more boring. Watch ‘Criminal Minds’ instead. It has better plot lines and better-looking people.”
July 13, 2004
ASU football coach Dirk Koetter stripped senior defensive end Connor Banks of his No. 42 Monday, following Banks' arrest for drunken driving in Scottsdale in late June.
I take issue with Mr. O’Malley’s letter in Wednesday’s edition. Primarily, I contest his statement that there is an undefined mission for the United States military in Afghanistan.
“It sure is sad day in our society when an old man, who can walk, wants to take a disabled parking space from a young boy in a wheelchair, who can’t walk. And no, my son will not have the opportunity to be old some day.”
One of three Americans killed in a raid by Al Qaida in Algeria called the Valley home for many years.
Recently, the U.S. Senate passed a law on a 93-7 vote that would allow military detention of American citizens suspected of being involved in terrorism.
“Hmmmmm. Obama is pulling all the troops from Iraq and Social Security is getting its first increase in 3 years. Is there an election coming up or something?”
Instead of fighting foreign wars and tolerating invasive TSA searches at home, a more sensible solution to terrorism might be to simply stop granting visas to al-Qaeda operatives to come to America in the first place. All 19 of the 9/11 terrorists and the underwear bomber had government-issued visas. How would they have gotten here without them? Our east and west coasts are protected by vast oceans, and we can protect our north and south by bringing the troops home and stationing them on those borders.
Two broadcast journalists from the Valley will become the first news team embedded with Arizona National Guard’s 285th Aviation Unit in Afghanistan, ABC 15 News announced Friday.
Iraq's parliamentary elections may well be a make-or-break point for President Bush's troubled postwar rebuilding policy, about which he has finally conceded there were errors and miscalculations.
American journalism has disgraced itself in the matter of the Benghazi terrorist attack.
President Obama’s new “religious tolerance” consultant to the Pentagon, Mikey Weinstein, wants Christian military service members who openly talk about their faith in uniform to be charged with treason, which is a crime punishable by death according to military law.
“The richest American company Apple is going to borrow billions & billions to run the company, probably from themselves because you don’t have to pay taxes on borrowed money. While a venter worries about the homeless defecating and urinating in Mesa. When is congress going to stop these wealthy corporations from defecating and urinating on America.”
Let me get this straight, the Taliban, al-Qaeda, and Somali Islamic insurgents can torture, behead, burn and drag American military men on video but a bunch of Marines who have had to pick up the body parts of their I.E.D.-blown up buddies are in trouble for whizzing on some dead Taliban attackers? Sadly, our resident R.I.N.O. Senator, John ‘Last Hurrah' McCain whines that it ‘makes me so sad.' Will President Obama rise to the bait and ‘apologize' once again to the Muslim world?"
One of several causes of the 9/11 attacks, by Saudi Arabian Freedom Fighters, was the presence of American military personnel in their homeland that also is all Muslims’ Holy Land, Saudi Arabia.
Dan Thomasson: The other day I asked a liberal friend whether he considered someone arrested in an attempted act of terror a warrior or merely a criminal?
Taylor Jones: It’s hard to “clear, hold and build” piles of rubble punctuated by poppy fields. Why re-enact the Charge of the Light Brigade?
WASHINGTON - President Bush said Tuesday that authoritarian rule in the Middle East has begun to ease, and he insisted anew that Syria must end its nearly three-decade occupation of Lebanon.