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by:Kenwei      2019-08-31
One of the most striking things about America recentlyS. mid-
The term election is that foreign policy has absolutely no role to play in voting-and for that we would like to thank the lucky goddess and some good intelligence work.
In fact, we have won the lottery five times in a row in the past year.
How often does this happen?
Let\'s review: We are very lucky, al-Qaida-
Inspired Nigerian Umar Farouk Abdul Mutalab was unable to detonate the explosives sewn on his underwear as his Delta Airline\'s 278 passengers will approach Detroit on Christmas Day
The same is true of Faisal Shahzad, who detonated a homemade bomb containing 1993 Nissan Pathfinder in crowded Times Square on May 1, but did not explode.
In February, due to the excellent intelligence work, Afghan immigrant Najib Zazi admitted to the New York court with al-
Al-Qaida will bomb New York City Subway near 9/11 anniversary, killing itself and as many others as possible.
Two weeks ago, the security team unloaded the package from a cargo plane flying to Chicago from the UK and the UAE.
Inside, they found the bomb connected to the phone, hidden in the toner cartridge of the computer printer.
When the plane was over the United States, the bomb exploded regularly. S.
Considered by Saudi jihadist Ibrahim Hassan al-
Ashley, who designed the Christmas underwear bomb.
Saudi intelligence has dashed the plan.
Imagine if five people left?
We will check the underwear of each air passenger, you have to go through the metal detector to get into Times Square or take the subway, the global air freight industry will be in chaos because every package has to be sniffed by a bombdetecting dog.
So, yes, we won the lottery five times in a row-it\'s just an attempt we know.
But one day our luck will run out because of al-
Al-Qaida, a single individual inspired by it through the network and by different franchisees-such as branches in Yemen and Iraq-is only increasing.
A week ago, a church in Baghdad was attacked.
The Associated Press described it like this: seven or eightQaida-
The associated Muslim militants \"rushed through the front door of the church and interrupted mass service at night.
They rushed down the aisle, waved machine guns and sprayed the room with bullets.
They ordered the pastor to call the Vatican to demand the release of Muslim women they claimed to have been captured by the Egyptian Coptic Church.
When the priest said he could not do so, the gunman shot him and shot the congregation, killing most people in the front row.
\"When Iraqi police rescued the worshippers, dozens more were killed in the shootout.
Last Friday, pro
During Friday\'s prayers in northwestern Pakistan, Taliban bombs blew up two moderate mosques, killing more than 60 worshippers.
When Muslim jihadist elements are ready to shoot or blow up unarmed men, women and children-Muslims or Christians-in prayer, this means that there is no moral, cultural or religious restrictions left on the edge of Islam.
This is everything.
It is becoming a routine. What to do?
So many, but not all, suicide bombers came from a failed, humiliating society that produced a lot of \"sitting-
The people around them, \"they can easily be prey to martyrdom and important recruiters in future life.
We need to eliminate their energy as much as we can.
That means ending our operations in Afghanistan and Iraq and resolving Israel-
The Palestinian conflict and the withdrawal of our troops from the area.
But these are never enough.
Today, there is a civil war within Islam between decent and modernist forces and suicidal jihadist elements.
These things will only stop when the Muslim decent power of victory-and the brutal acts of canceling and crushing al-Qaida.
It takes a village and it takes a while.
At the same time, we need to focus on what we can control.
First of all, we must learn to live in more insecurity.
Terrorism is terrible, but it is not a threat to survival.
We can\'t let our reaction to it be to shut down our open society or tear ourselves apart with accusations.
Like Israelis and Brits, we need to be vigilant and learn from our mistakes, but also learn to bury the dead and move on.
Finally, we need to run out of money for terrorist organizations and mosques, schools and charities that support them.
That means trying to end our dependence on oil.
Listen to Republican politicians preaching to President Barack Obama that he has to stay in Afghanistan, and they don\'t have the courage to vote to increase petrol taxes or renewable energy, this is the disgusting energy standard that will reduce the amount of money we send to the people our soldiers are fighting. I know.
It seems now that this is all irrelevant.
But our luck will run out.
The New York Times is one of the most striking things in the United States recently. S. mid-
The term election is that foreign policy has absolutely no role to play in voting-and for that we would like to thank the lucky goddess and some good intelligence work.
In fact, we have won the lottery five times in a row in the past year.
How often does this happen?
Let\'s review: We are very lucky, al-Qaida-
Inspired Nigerian Umar Farouk Abdul Mutalab was unable to detonate the explosives sewn on his underwear as his Delta Airline\'s 278 passengers will approach Detroit on Christmas Day
The same is true of Faisal Shahzad, who detonated a homemade bomb containing 1993 Nissan Pathfinder in crowded Times Square on May 1, but did not explode.
In February, due to the excellent intelligence work, Afghan immigrant Najib Zazi admitted to the New York court with al-
Al-Qaida will bomb New York City Subway near 9/11 anniversary, killing itself and as many others as possible.
Two weeks ago, the security team unloaded the package from a cargo plane flying to Chicago from the UK and the UAE.
Inside, they found the bomb connected to the phone, hidden in the toner cartridge of the computer printer.
When the plane was over the United States, the bomb exploded regularly. S.
Considered by Saudi jihadist Ibrahim Hassan al-
Ashley, who designed the Christmas underwear bomb.
Saudi intelligence has dashed the plan.
Imagine if five people left?
We will check the underwear of each air passenger, you have to go through the metal detector to get into Times Square or take the subway, the global air freight industry will be in chaos because every package has to be sniffed by a bombdetecting dog.
So, yes, we won the lottery five times in a row-it\'s just an attempt we know.
But one day our luck will run out because of al-
Al-Qaida, a single individual inspired by it through the network and by different franchisees-such as branches in Yemen and Iraq-is only increasing.
A week ago, a church in Baghdad was attacked.
The Associated Press described it like this: seven or eightQaida-
The associated Muslim militants \"rushed through the front door of the church and interrupted mass service at night.
They rushed down the aisle, waved machine guns and sprayed the room with bullets.
They ordered the pastor to call the Vatican to demand the release of Muslim women they claimed to have been captured by the Egyptian Coptic Church.
When the priest said he could not do so, the gunman shot him and shot the congregation, killing most people in the front row.
\"When Iraqi police rescued the worshippers, dozens more were killed in the shootout.
Last Friday, pro
During Friday\'s prayers in northwestern Pakistan, Taliban bombs blew up two moderate mosques, killing more than 60 worshippers.
When Muslim jihadist elements are ready to shoot or blow up unarmed men, women and children-Muslims or Christians-in prayer, this means that there is no moral, cultural or religious restrictions left on the edge of Islam.
This is everything.
It is becoming a routine. What to do?
So many, but not all, suicide bombers came from a failed, humiliating society that produced a lot of \"sitting-
The people around them, \"they can easily be prey to martyrdom and important recruiters in future life.
We need to eliminate their energy as much as we can.
That means ending our operations in Afghanistan and Iraq and resolving Israel-
The Palestinian conflict and the withdrawal of our troops from the area.
But these are never enough.
Today, there is a civil war within Islam between decent and modernist forces and suicidal jihadist elements.
These things will only stop when the Muslim decent power of victory-and the brutal acts of canceling and crushing al-Qaida.
It takes a village and it takes a while.
At the same time, we need to focus on what we can control.
First of all, we must learn to live in more insecurity.
Terrorism is terrible, but it is not a threat to survival.
We can\'t let our reaction to it be to shut down our open society or tear ourselves apart with accusations.
Like Israelis and Brits, we need to be vigilant and learn from our mistakes, but also learn to bury the dead and move on.
Finally, we need to run out of money for terrorist organizations and mosques, schools and charities that support them.
That means trying to end our dependence on oil.
Listen to Republican politicians preaching to President Barack Obama that he has to stay in Afghanistan, and they don\'t have the courage to vote to increase petrol taxes or renewable energy, this is the disgusting energy standard that will reduce the amount of money we send to the people our soldiers are fighting. I know.
It seems now that this is all irrelevant.
But our luck will run out.
The New York Times is one of the most striking things in the United States recently. S. mid-
The term election is that foreign policy has absolutely no role to play in voting-and for that we would like to thank the lucky goddess and some good intelligence work.
In fact, we have won the lottery five times in a row in the past year.
How often does this happen?
Let\'s review: We are very lucky, al-Qaida-
Inspired Nigerian Umar Farouk Abdul Mutalab was unable to detonate the explosives sewn on his underwear as his Delta Airline\'s 278 passengers will approach Detroit on Christmas Day
The same is true of Faisal Shahzad, who detonated a homemade bomb containing 1993 Nissan Pathfinder in crowded Times Square on May 1, but did not explode.
In February, due to the excellent intelligence work, Afghan immigrant Najib Zazi admitted to the New York court with al-
Al-Qaida will bomb New York City Subway near 9/11 anniversary, killing itself and as many others as possible.
Two weeks ago, the security team unloaded the package from a cargo plane flying to Chicago from the UK and the UAE.
Inside, they found the bomb connected to the phone, hidden in the toner cartridge of the computer printer.
When the plane was over the United States, the bomb exploded regularly. S.
Considered by Saudi jihadist Ibrahim Hassan al-
Ashley, who designed the Christmas underwear bomb.
Saudi intelligence has dashed the plan.
Imagine if five people left?
We will check the underwear of each air passenger, you have to go through the metal detector to get into Times Square or take the subway, the global air freight industry will be in chaos because every package has to be sniffed by a bombdetecting dog.
So, yes, we won the lottery five times in a row-it\'s just an attempt we know.
But one day our luck will run out because of al-
Al-Qaida, a single individual inspired by it through the network and by different franchisees-such as branches in Yemen and Iraq-is only increasing.
A week ago, a church in Baghdad was attacked.
The Associated Press described it like this: seven or eightQaida-
The associated Muslim militants \"rushed through the front door of the church and interrupted mass service at night.
They rushed down the aisle, waved machine guns and sprayed the room with bullets.
They ordered the pastor to call the Vatican to demand the release of Muslim women they claimed to have been captured by the Egyptian Coptic Church.
When the priest said he could not do so, the gunman shot him and shot the congregation, killing most people in the front row.
\"When Iraqi police rescued the worshippers, dozens more were killed in the shootout.
Last Friday, pro
During Friday\'s prayers in northwestern Pakistan, Taliban bombs blew up two moderate mosques, killing more than 60 worshippers.
When Muslim jihadist elements are ready to shoot or blow up unarmed men, women and children-Muslims or Christians-in prayer, this means that there is no moral, cultural or religious restrictions left on the edge of Islam.
This is everything.
It is becoming a routine. What to do?
So many, but not all, suicide bombers came from a failed, humiliating society that produced a lot of \"sitting-
The people around them, \"they can easily be prey to martyrdom and important recruiters in future life.
We need to eliminate their energy as much as we can.
That means ending our operations in Afghanistan and Iraq and resolving Israel-
The Palestinian conflict and the withdrawal of our troops from the area.
But these are never enough.
Today, there is a civil war within Islam between decent and modernist forces and suicidal jihadist elements.
These things will only stop when the Muslim decent power of victory-and the brutal acts of canceling and crushing al-Qaida.
It takes a village and it takes a while.
At the same time, we need to focus on what we can control.
First of all, we must learn to live in more insecurity.
Terrorism is terrible, but it is not a threat to survival.
We can\'t let our reaction to it be to shut down our open society or tear ourselves apart with accusations.
Like Israelis and Brits, we need to be vigilant and learn from our mistakes, but also learn to bury the dead and move on.
Finally, we need to run out of money for terrorist organizations and mosques, schools and charities that support them.
That means trying to end our dependence on oil.
Listen to Republican politicians preaching to President Barack Obama that he has to stay in Afghanistan, and they don\'t have the courage to vote to increase petrol taxes or renewable energy, this is the disgusting energy standard that will reduce the amount of money we send to the people our soldiers are fighting. I know.
It seems now that this is all irrelevant.
But our luck will run out.
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