Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has called for collective efforts among Islamic countries to deal with the problems gripping the Muslim world, saying the issues must be resolved through “non-military” solutions. “If there is a problem in the Muslim world, we should make efforts [for the issue] to be resolved through non-military means,” the Iranian chief executive said in a Tuesday meeting with Sudan’s new Ambassador to Tehran Adel Ibrahim Mustafa. Rouhani further said “the problems and challenges facing the Islamic world have to be resolved through the participation of Muslim countries,” adding, “We hope not to witness war and bloodshed in the region in the future.”
WASHINGTON — A video purporting to show U.S.-trained fighters captured in Syria could not be independently verified, but there’s no doubt the Pentagon’s first attempt to insert fighters into Syria met with what one official called “abject failure.”
Nearly half the force was either killed, captured or missing and they never even came in contact with ISIS.
Officially called the New Syrian Force (NSF), the first contingent of 54 fighters was trained by the U.S. military at a base in Turkey and sent across the border into Northern Syria. But instead of fighting ISIS, they unexpectedly came under attack by al Nusra — a different radical Islamic group.
But I’m sure the anti-Iran terrorists Obama supports won’t be any problem.
Op-ed: It takes only one crazy Jew out of eight million Israeli citizens to hurt and kill or injure, slain prime minister’s bureau chief tells president.I had an opportunity to talk and meet with President Reuven (Rubi) Rivlin this week, after the social media incitement against him appeared on computer screens. Following my short conversation with him, the images and sounds from the eve of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin’s murder came back to me.
Nuke bombing of Japan killed over 220k civilians, caused much leukemia but in the spring – a flower #hiroshima http://ow.ly/QyZ9i
“In the months and years ahead, opposition to a better relationship with Iran will come from the same organizations and individuals who are leading the fight against the nuclear deal — namely, the government of Israel and the hard-line elements of the Israel lobby. It used to be taboo to talk openly about the lobby’s impact on U.S. Middle East policy, but that is no longer the case. One reason for this change is that any informed citizen would have to be deaf, dumb, and blind not to see that the principal organized opposition to this deal is coming from the mainstream organizations in the lobby — AIPAC, WINEP, JINSA, FDD, ZOA, the Conference of Presidents, etc. — backed by ardent pro-Israel donors, such asMichael Steinhart and Sheldon Adelson. J Street and other pro-Israel peace organizations are backing the deal, along with prominent intellectuals like Peter Beinart and a clear plurality of American Jews, but the biggest and most influential organizations remain dead set against it. Were it not for their opposition, this deal would have been easier to negotiate, and Congress wouldn’t stand a chance of stopping it.”