What were we buying with aid before the revolution?
Islamists strike back in Sinai.
Pledges that army “will sacrifice our blood.”
“C110 had the ability to be there, in my opinion, in 4 to 6 hours…”
“Act with more freedom”?
“I think the opposition needs more help in order to convince him.”
State of play.
Looking for “strategic axis” with …
Plus ça change …
Plus, Jonah Goldberg on why it matters.
Today is the second anniversary of the start of the Arab Spring protests in Cairo that brought down Hosni Mubarak, …
UN warns conflict becoming “overtly sectarian.”
… Assad does what he’ll eventually have to do.
“[N]one of those security agents blasted a single bullet from a single pistol or rifle at all in defense of the Ambassador—nothing.”
The ultimate question for dictators.
“The people want to topple the regime!”
Meanwhile, at the White House ….
Now they tell us.
“This is the last warning before we lay siege on the presidential palace.”
Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.
Will it stay in Vegas?
An end to passivity.
FBI not on scene?
85% blame Benghazi on a premeditated terrorist attack.
“It makes one wonder … was it worth supporting the demonstrations in Tahrir Square?”
In more ways than one.
The 1979 virus.
Rest in peace.
Plus, Muslim Brotherhood calls for all “national forces” in Egypt to protest on Friday.
Abandonment of US allies around the world.
Rats, sinking ships, some disassembly needed.
“I say it plainly: We arrived late.”
“How can you turn a blind eye to the pain this organization causes good people?”