war on terror
war on terror
Jerusalem-On June 26, 2006 this reporter attended a world wide satellite linked Interfaith Peace Conference at Jerusalem's Notre Dame Cathedral. Dan Rather moderated from Washington DC and the Holy La...
The midterm Congressional election results have been widely interpreted as a public rejection of the Bush Administration's handling of the ongoing war in Iraq. Democrats swept to victory promising a c...
With the passing of the November elections, which were generally interpreted as an expression of the American public's dissatisfaction with the war in Iraq, strategies for changing direction in the wa...
The War on Terror is getting a lot of attention these days. Most people either strongly support it or are totally against it. And the national debate is heated. Is this war worth fig...
Even before the rise of the post-Saddam government in Iraq, Sunni leaders in Egypt and Jordan warned of a "Shiite Crescent," a zone of influence and power by Islam's second largest branch that stretch...
In the January 11th edition of The New York Times, published the morning after President Bush announced his new "surge" strategy for Iraq, Sheryl Gay Stolberg wrote the following passage: "By stepping...
I would like to take this time to comment on President Bush's speech last night on the Iraqi war. Like everyone else, I suppose, but I think you may be surprised, dear reader, of the tone of this essa...
Impending danger War without end A President at the helm Who does not listen or bend Diplomacy is not his friend Neither is cooperation As he prefers thwarting Nuclear proliferation Demonizin...
In November of last year, I wrote an article speculating about whether or not the Israelis would take the matter of Iran's pursuit of nuclear weapons into their own hands by launching a preemptive str...
The war on terror has got a limited success till the date. In certain pockets it has turned counter productive, too. But now a day the world has been thrown in a situation where we have to declare a w...