They’ll get over this, one day:
Â Then-Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice complained inÂ January 2007: “There’s still a tendency to see these things in Sunni-Shia terms. But the Middle East is going to have to overcome that.”
Evil seems to have full licence in the Middle East:Â
A suicide bomber detonated a truck filled with explosives on the playground of an elementary schoolÂ in northern Iraq on Sunday morning, killing 13 children and the headmaster, the police said.Â
…while giving them weapons in Syria. “U.S. raids target Islamic extremists,” fromÂ The Associated Press, October 5: Â A U.S. Navy SEAL team slipped ashore near a southern Somalia town before the al-Qaida-linked militants rose for dawn prayers…..Â Al-Shabab has a formal alliance with al-Qaida, and hundreds of men from the U.S., Britain and Middle Eastern countries fight alongside Somali members of al-Shabab.
They had a bit of trouble with the Somali raid.
After coming under fire, the SEAL team made a “prudent decision” to pull back, a senior U.S. official said. They couldn’t confirm whether they killed their target, the official said.
The Libyan effort was successful:
On Saturday, US troops assisted by FBI and CIA agents seized Nazih Abdul-Hamed al-Ruqai, known by his nom de guerre, Abu Anas al-Liby, a suspected leader of al-Qaeda, on the streets of Tripoli, while a Navy SEAL team raided the seaside villa of a militant leader in a pre-dawn gun battle on the coast of Somalia.Â
Stronger trough mass immigration from Muslim parts of the world?
Well, immigration from some countries certainly makes bikie gangs stronger:
This does not strike me as necessarily in Australia’s interests:
AUSTRALIA will take in 500 Syrian refugeesÂ in response to a global call to assist people fleeing the bloody conflict in the Middle Eastern country.
How happy will Syrians be with the other Syrians who forced them to flee to Australia?
- SYRIA’S two-year-old civil war is spilling on to the streets of Sydney and Melbourne, with advocates on both sides claiming violence and persecution are commonplace.