While a victim of terrorism itself, the United States is also unquestionably responsible for inciting many deadly incidents around the world.
The killing in San Bernardino had not concluded before users on social media were already discussing whether it should be treated as a terrorist attack or as a shooting like the other shootings that have occurred in the United States in the last few years. On the one hand, Obama and some candidates immediately began [Read more]
In a speech to the nation, Barack Obama called on citizens to not place Muslims under general suspicion — and ruled out a deployment of ground troops against the Islamic State.
He did not appease his critics, who accuse him of timidity, with the speech. However, as he stepped up to the podium in the White House on [Read more]
The San Bernardino shooting reopened the debate on gun control. But the research shows that this would not necessarily have a short-term impact.
Killings take place the world over, particularly in America and Europe, and dozens of people have been murdered at the hands of crazy individuals who were not Muslims.
Instead, like previous presidents, Obama continues to fawn on the hereditary Saudi monarchs, praising their wisdom and their efforts to prevent radicalization from spreading in the Middle East...
We must ensure that those 14 innocent souls, all completely defenseless at a social services agency for the disabled, will not have died in vain.