Monthly Archives: May 2011

Daniel Pipes on “U.S.-Pakistan Relations in Decline”

by Daniel Pipes Although the execution of Osama bin Laden was mainly a symbolic and psychological act of counterterrorism, its most immediate consequence, ironically, affects U.S.-Pakistan relations. In response to Pakistani upset about their national sovereignty being trespassed, the Zardari … Continue reading

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Job Opening: New Global Jihad Leader Wanted

by Raymond Ibrahim With the killing of Osama bin Laden, we return to the age old question: which came first, the chicken or the egg? Or, in our context, which came first—the jihadist vision or the jihadist? The ideology or … Continue reading

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Osama bin Laden’s “Home Videos” (Audio Removed)

CLICK HERE FOR OSAMA BIN LADEN’S HOME VIDEOS:http://abcnews.go.com/assets/player/walt2.6/flash/SFP_Walt_2_65.swf

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To The Men of Honor: America Thanks You

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If you’re celebrating this evening…

…tell the bartender you’d like an “Osama”. BARTENDER: “A what?” YOU: “An Osama.  It’s two shots and a splash of water.”

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Knock knock…

 

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Meet The SEAL Who Got bin Laden

by Mark Johnson The man who commanded the SEAL team that hunted down and killed Osama bin Laden studied to be a reporter. If the Pulitzer Prize board establishes a new category — for killing the world’s most wanted terrorist … Continue reading

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