The Iraq War saved a nation from extermination – now that nation can be a beacon for democracy.
Posts Tagged: Syria
The Gulf Co-operation Council could play a useful role.
If there was ever a fight that we need to keep out of it is one between Shia and Sunni extremists led by Hezbollah and al-Qa’ida
The growing enforcement of sharia is the principal cause of persecution of Christian minorities in Islamic countries.
Osborne’s balancing act; Farage riding a tiger; Backbench rebels; Labour miserablists; and a few crucial days in May.
And it had far-reaching consequences, both at home and abroad.
In Syria, temperatures may drop to minus six – and, all over the world, children are paying the ultimate price of conflict. Yet hope and progress are alive.
Families bombarded in Darfur. Worshippers massacred in Peshawar. Students slaughtered in Nigeria. Corpses found in mass graves in Syria…
This Christmas will not be an easy one for many followers of Christ. As it approaches, the Baroness’s November speech is well worth revisiting and reading.
Cameron once prized “freedom and democracy.” But now he ignores both to win trade from China.
A good deal with the country would be good for all. But the charge sheet against Iran is about more than its nuclear ambitions – and we must see progress on other issues.
Your government is making changes that are improving the UK on all fronts, but most impressively on the economy.
Are they for or against the EU, foreign aid, military action in Syria, immigration, global warming, capital punishment and abortion?
Who could not be horrified by the sight of children slain by sarin gas? Thanks to the newspapers we’ve all… Read more »
The Syrian conflict is full of complicating factors, but oil isn’t one of them. Syria accounts for less than half… Read more »