News and Analysis (9/19/16)

“One of the more surprising aspects of Elizabethan England is that its foreign and economic policy was driven by a close alliance with the Islamic world, a fact conveniently ignored today by those pushing the populist rhetoric of national sovereignty”:

Minnesota police are not prepared to confirm ISIS claim ISIS’s boast that the stabbing was a deliberate war crime on their behalf in retaliation for U.S. military intervention un the Middle East:

Syrian claims that “Americans have bombed an eastern base surrounded by ISIS militants – allowing the extremists to advance … could be a major blow to the shaky ceasefire agreement and give the jihadi fanatics a boost in their fight for survival“:

“Iranians can’t use one [a nuclear weapon] if they finally make one. The boys in Tehran know Israel has 200, all targeted on Tehran, and we have thousands. As [Ahmdinijad said], ‘What would we do with one, polish it?'”

The university that was at the forefront of the 60’s free speech movement is now Exhibit A that Israel has the power to censor what is taught on American campuses:

“Overall hate crimes across the 20 states increased by about 5 percent. However, hate crimes against Muslims increased by 78 percent”:

“Officials point to new rules of voting and the participation of the opposition Muslim Brotherhood for the first time in almost a decade. But critics argue … that the revised system continues to favor King Abdullah II’s traditional tribal supporters”:

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