Contrary to previous reports, all identified terrorists involved in the Paris attacks last week were European nationals. Does this affect the outlook on Syrian refugees resettling in foreign countries?
The recent attacks on Paris are terrible, but is indiscriminate retaliation only fueling the flames of terrorism?
Reports of Islamophobia have already emerged following the Paris attacks, and fears of attacks on Muslims in Paris have risen.
Terrorism is a tactic of extremists within each religion, and within secular religions of Marxism or nationalism. No religion, including Islam, preaches indiscriminate violence against innocents.
A series of horrific attacks by ISIS in Paris has left more than 120 dead and more than 180 people injured. French President Hollande has declared a state of emergency and closed all borders.
Like in Beirut, Paris has experienced “a war without rules, a war of attrition, a war aimed at states in which stateless killers target civilians.” We need to stand with Paris during this crucial time and vanquish terrorism.
New information has emerged that further details how the Bush administration ignored warnings of an impending Al Qaeda attack on U.S. soil. Did they really believe they did everything in their power to prevent it, or did the administration cover up their pre-9/11 knowledge?
The evidence is in: the U.S. military is incapable of responsibly spending your tax dollars.
After releasing its own preliminary investigation, Doctors Without Borders is also demanding an independent war crimes probe of the U.S. bombing of its hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan.
Russia and the U.S. have always been confrontational with one another, but lately the relationship has been very dangerous. These two powerful nations need to find a way to coexist.