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Bombing increases sectarian hatred of the west, you can't destroy terrorism by bombing infrastructure
It just brings more terrorism, this intervention will be very counter-productive
Don't think for a second the war on Islam, is confined to Iraq & Syria
Insurgents carrying the black flag of ISIS captured several villages in Ghazni province, according to Deputy Governor Ali Ahmad Ahmadi and Deputy Police Chief Gen. Asadullah Ensafi. Fifteen family members of local police officers were beheaded and at least 60 homes were set ablaze
The drive was being led by masked men wearing camouflage who carried the black flag of the ISIS and openly called themselves soldiers of "Daesh" — another name for ISIS.
In a video released by his captors, Gourdel, a 55-year-old from Nice, is seen kneeling with his arms tied behind his back before four masked militants who read out a statement in Arabic criticising France's intervention.
The Caliphate Soldiers, a splinter group linked to Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria, had on Monday published a video claiming responsibility for the abduction and showed the man identifying himself as Gourdel.
This week, a group of the same name in Egypt declared its allegiance to the ISIS leader as the Caliph and threatened attacks on US diplomatic missions.
A group of jihadists in Yemen made the same pledge last week; so did a group in Pakistan.
ISIS can use their declarations as evidence that its path is the true one and the tide is flowing in its favor
With anti-terrorist raids in Australia, the beheading of a French citizen in Algeria and reports of ISIS sympathizers in Indonesia, has raised questions about how far the militants' reach extends beyond the Middle East.
Therefore remember God Message to Obama Standing on the foundation laid by the Pawn of Satan you will be crushed, and become like the chaff of the summer threshing floors
The Barack Obama administration has offered no credible legal authorization for a war against Islamic State, and Congress plainly will not provide one. What's going on here, asks the shade of James Madison?
Has the U.S. completely lost the part of the Constitution that imagines Congress and thus the people as a check on the president’s war powers? And if so, does it matter?
The administration essentially believes that if it is bombing from the air or pushing a button from afar -- as in a drone strike or a cyberattack -- it isn't going to war and doesn't need legal justification.
Somehow the idea that U.S. ground troops won't be involved is supposed to transfer the category into something else -- a humanitarian intervention or just global police work.
Obama is using the same language that his predecessor used, and is appealing to the same fear and trepidation of the foreign menace created by the media and fed to the US public for many years, along with using the 2001 and 2002 Authorizations for the Use of Military Force, the same laws he once condemned
The US experience in Iraq also taught us that its effort will only succeed in exacerbating an already difficult situation, yielding yet more disenfranchised groups, political despair and greater violence
Causing the US to become a country that is distant, high-tech, amoral purveyor of death, which builds resentment, facilitates terrorist recruitment and alienates those we should seek to inspire