July, 2008

Al-Qaeda’s sinister creep into North Africa

As the jihadists face defeat in Iraq and Afghanistan, they are moving stealthily into a new power base

Gates Sees Terrorism Remaining Enemy No. 1

A soldier in Iraq guards suspected terrorists, a duty becoming the norm. (By Maya Alleruzzo — Associated Press) New Defense Strategy Shifts Focus… 1

Anti-Semitic incidents ‘rise 9%’

There were neo-Nazi images or Nazi references in 51 incidents

U.S. official: Iraqis told me WMDs sent to Syria

As U.S.-led troops pressed toward Baghdad in 2003, Saddam remained defiant in a walkabout among cheering crowds in the capital

Exxon Mobil 2Q profit sets US record ($138.1 billion), shares fall

HOUSTON (AP) – Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM) (XOM) reported second-quarter earnings of $11.68 billion Thursday, the biggest quarterly profit ever by any U.S…. 2

William Koenig on International Relations – 2008 Presidential Candidate

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Israeli PM to quit within months

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has announced he will stand down within months, saying a corruption case involving him is hurting his family.

U.S. Intel: Iran Plans Nuclear Strike on U.S.

Iran has carried out missile tests for what could be a plan for a nuclear strike on the United States, the head of… 1

Kuwaiti Daily Reveals: Iran Building Secret Nuclear Reactor

On July 29, 2008, the Kuwaiti daily Al-Siyassa reported that, according to “highly reliable sources,” Iranian authorities had begun construction of a secret… 0

Oppose gay bishops, Anglicans urged

Bishops are meeting at the Lambeth Conference in Canterbury A group of senior Anglican clergy has told the Lambeth Conference that liberal churches… 1

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