Wednesday, April 7, 2010

AP: Obama to delete references to Islamic extremism from national-security policy

The US faces national-security threats from al-Qaeda, a radical Islamist terror network, and is at war with in Afghanistan fighting the Taliban, another radical Islamist terror network. Iran represents a growing threat to national security, especially for our allies, primarily due to its triumphalist and messianic radical-Islamist theocracy/military dictatorship. We also face regional threats from Hamas and Hezbollah, both radical Islamist terrorist groups. In fact, in all the serious asymmetrical threats the US faces, the common thread is the radical Islamist movement.

Considering that, it may come as a surprise to some that the Obama administration is about to deliberately ignore that common thread, at least in its public declarations of national-security policy: READ MORE...

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