No one knows for sure what will happen in the Middle East over the next several months, but there are enough signs to suggest that history is about to rhyme.
In defending Bashar al-Assad, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard has lost all credibility, if she ever had any, to discuss human rights and to define America’s national security interests.
An international who’s who of global leaders is scheduled to meet in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday to discuss with the Trump administration next steps to deal a death blow to the ISIS terrorist group and thwart the Iranian regime’s military intervention across the Middle East, according to senior State Department officials.
An Ohio man was indicted for planning to attack a synagogue in Toledo and cause mass casualties on behalf of ISIS.
Three Michigan residents were charged with conspiring to support ISIS and expressed plans to to use a car to mow down “non-believers” in the United States if they couldn’t fight with the terrorist group overseas.
A leading group of Republican senators is petitioning the Trump administration to reopen the Guantanamo Bay prison camp to hundreds of foreign ISIS fighters captured on the battlefield, according to a copy of a letter sent Tuesday to the White House and obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
In any war, the enemy gets a say in when the fighting stops. The Islamic State made clear on Wednesday that it is not done fighting the United States, nor the wider civilized world.