Saturday, July 31, 2010

Binocular Snapshot for 7/31/2010

LastDayWatchers God Curse of the Bush/Obama Administrations will continue to bring into view such things as

Iraq death toll in July highest in more than two years

" July was the deadliest month in Iraq since May 2008 with a total of 535 people killed across the country as a result of violence, according to government figures released on Saturday"


"The figures show a sharp upswing in the level of violence nearly five months after parliamentary elections which have yet to result in the formation of a new government and as the United States continues a major withdrawal of its forces"

Four killed and 11 wounded in Iraqi roadside bombings

"An Iraqi soldier was among four people killed in a roadside bombing on Saturday afternoon, police in Baghdad said, the explosions were in the Rashid district about 16 miles (25 kilometers) south of Baghdad"

The coagulation of the horns continue to congeal

Assad on Hariri probe: We'll stand by Hezbollah

"Bashar Assad sent a firm message to the international tribunal investigating the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. The Syrian president warned that any ruling that would implicate Hezbollah may destabilize Lebanon"


"He said that his country would stand by the Shiite organization in any case, and added that Syria considers any blow to Hezbollah a line that should not be crossed"


"Bashar Assad sent a firm message to the international tribunal investigating the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. The Syrian president warned that any ruling that would implicate Hezbollah may destabilize Lebanon. He said that his country would stand by the Shiite organization in any case, and added that Syria considers any blow to Hezbollah a line that should not be crossed"

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Here are some Recommended Readings

Rethinking the Afghanistan War’s What-Ifs

"As recently as two years ago there was still debate in Washington over whether George Bush had fumbled the strategy in Afghanistan and vastly underestimated the resources needed there"


Today there is virtually no debate: Liberals and conservatives, generals and even many Bush administration policymakers agree that American approach was seriously flawed for the first six or seven years.


“I don’t know anyone in the top military leadership who doesn’t think we got it wrong between 2002 and 2006,” one senior American commander said recently"

As Some Young Muslims Turn to Radicalism, Concern Grows

"A Turkish-language Web site announced that in recent days nine foreign fighters were killed as they traveled to carry out operations with the Taliban. Two of them were identified as Germans, from Bonn and Berlin"

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Is Yemen in the Middle of Another Undeclared War?