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Pretending the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan was to stop terrorism is an act of dangerous revisionism and a betrayal of American history.
“Taub was a shining example of the best our country has to offer,” said Rep. Brendan Boyle.
“He was the first one in, worried about the welfare of his troops,” a statement read. “He died as he lived … as a hero.”
Trump’s Afghanistan policy speech was short on policy. That wasn’t the point. The goal was to change the subject from Charlottesville. It won’t work.
Through Donald Trump, we are witnessing the chieftainization of the American presidency — to our peril.
The veteran journalist said that the deployment of the MOAB bomb was “one of my favorite things” at Fox News.
The National Library of Israel has purchased the “Afghan Genizah” collection brought to Israel by Israeli antiquities dealer Lenny Wolfe some 10 months ago. The collection includes about 250 documents, most from the 11th century, and were most likely discovered in a cave in northern Afghanistan.
A secret Israeli report predicts a growing rift between Europe and Israel. J.J. Goldberg explains why Benjamin Netanyahu’s stance after the Paris terror attacks may make things worse.
Hundreds in southern Afghanistan rallied to praise the killing of 12 people at the French newspaper Charlie Hebdo, calling the two gunmen “heroes” who meted out punishment for cartoons disrespectful to Islam’s prophet, officials said Saturday.