Update

Iraq

ISIS the product of the so-called Free Syrian Army strikes again!

FSA and Al Qaida

Introductory Remarks What can be said? Simply it is a pity that those political leaders within the West and the Arab Gulf countries who are responsible for supporting Jihadist scum like ISIS are not its victims…..But if history is anything to go by, such criminal acts do not go unpunished or remain isolated and confined to their particular scene. And if ... Read More »

DEVELOPMENTS REGARDING IRAQ AND THE ACCURSED “ISIS” PARASITE – August 2014

SOME COMMENTS AND WARNINGS I should first begin to cite, that the following articles and especially the accompanying images may be distressing to some and probably inappropriate to those who are underage to read or observe. The graphic and violent nature of the images are regrettably true, and indicative of the life which Middle Eastern Christians, and other minorities, have had ... Read More »

CONVERT OR DIE!

He was warned not to go out onto the street, even for the weekly shop, but his brother laughed and enjoined him to stop fretting like an old woman. Confidently, they walked out of their house and proceeded down the block, when suddenly they were set upon by masked men. They kicked them into a kneeling position and held their ... Read More »

How the Iraq War Became a War on Christians

And why supporting Syria’s rebels may extinguish Christianity in its oldest environs. By Andrew Doran • May 9, 2013 http://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/how-the-iraq-war-became-a-war-on-christians/ The recent dedication of George W. Bush’s presidential library in Texas briefly rekindled debate about the defining event of his presidency, the Iraq War. The visceral hatred of many for the war and the man having substantially diminished, a more ... Read More »

BET NAHRAIN: THE BEGINNING OF THE END?

I’d like to politely point the ‘liberating’ forces of the US Army in Iraq in the direction of Xenophon’s “Anabasis” in the hope that they would realise that which Xenophon’s army came to find out at great cost and peril thousands of years earlier: that it is one thing to invade Mesopotamia and another thing to retain it. The chaos ... Read More »