“Great Balls of Fire”

U.S. Attack Would Spark ‘Ball of Fire’ in ‘Whole Middle East,’ Syrian Official Warns

“An attack on Syria would be no easy trip.”–Comments »

Suckers Needed to fight Sunni – Shiite War

Thanks to Mullah

Syrian rebel to make shock visit to UK to beg Hague for ‘game-changing’ firepower against Assad

A Syrian rebel leader plans to visit London to beg Foreign Secretary William Hague to support British and American military action against President Assad.

The plea comes after a chemical attack, apparently by Assad’s forces, killed hundreds of people including children last week. …   Story at Mail Online/By Simon Walters/via Mullah

U.S. forces move closer to aiding al-Qaeda in Syria

“Nowhere in rebel-controlled Syria is there a secular fighting force to speak of” – New York Times, April 28, 2013

Syrian rebels pledge loyalty to al-Qaeda – USA Today, April 11, 2013

“US forces move closer to Syria as options weighed,” by Bradley Klapper and Robert Burns for the Associated Press, August 24:

CBS News: Pentagon Preparing for Cruise Missile Attack on Syrian Government Forces

Al-Qaeda vows to strike at Hizballah for Lebanon bombings

Sunni-Shi’ite Jihad escalating. “Al-Qaida vows to strike at Hezbollah for Lebanon bombings,” from Reuters, August 24 (thanks to Robert Spencer):

Irak rocks:
Iran threatens:
Australian Jews Waking Up? Don’t bet on it.

Australian lawmakers have heavily criticised a Muslim cleric in Adelaide for a fiery sermon in which he makes outrageous allegations against Jews and the US and then called for the murder of Buddhists and Hindus. In his remarks, first reported by MEMRI TV, Tunisian-born Sheikh Sharif Hussein calls Barack Obama an enemy of Allah who kisses “the shoes and feet of the Jews,” and calls on God to kill Buddhists and Hindus “one by one.”
Where are the worlds Christians when their brethren in the Middle East are being murdered?


MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (AP) — An official says suspected Islamist extremists killed at least 44 villagers in continuing attacks in an Islamic uprising in northeast Nigeria.

The official of the National Emergency Management Agency says the attackers hit Dumba village in Borno state before dawn Tuesday and slit their victims’ throats — a new strategy since gunfire attracts security forces. Dumba is near the fishing village of Baga where security forces in March gunned down 187 civilians in retaliation for an attack by extremists.