The Forgotten Refugees explores the history and destruction of Middle Eastern Jewish communities, some of which had existed for over 2,500 years. Featuring testimony from Jews who fled Egypt, Libya, Iraq and Yemen, these personal stories of refugees are interspersed with dramatic archival footage, including rescue missions of Yemenite and Iraqi Jews
In 1991, even as Clark was in the process of setting up the supposedly Leftist International Action Center (IAC) he gave an interview to the New York Times in which he again called for “reconciliation” with aging Nazis. As late as 2002 Clark defended another Nazi being deported for having lied on his immigration papers about his past.
— Jared Israel and Nico Varkevisser
“At the time of this project’s completion in 2018, an emboldened and expansionist Iran appears to be the only victor,” authors wrote in the concluding chapter. Col. Joe Rayburn and Col. Frank Sobchak, both retired, authored the study.
Bosnia and Herzegovina — a Muslim-majority country in southeastern Europe more popularly known as “Bosnia” — have put out the welcome mat to the foreign fighters, making it clear that shelter is available to them.
“Right now, they are forming a perfect safe haven in the underbelly of Europe,” said Jovan Kovacic
“Can Trump (assuming he wants to) transform US foreign policy in the Middle East? To get a sense for how difficult this might be, we must appreciate how traditional the pro-jihadi policy has been. (It wasn’t just Obama.)” — Professor Francisco Gil-White
Like the ancient Christian Orthodox communities in the Balkans who are now waking up to the fact that Trump (in league with his arch nemesis George Soros no less!) is energetically continuing the criminal policy of regional destabilization by promoting the creation of a greater Islamic Albania illegally carved out of Montenegro, Serbia, Greece and Macedonia, those who hoped for a meaningful change in U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East may be in for a sobering reality check.
‘The Bosnian war was still raging when Sir Alfred Sherman, former advisor to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and co-founder of the Centre for Policy Studies, warned that the Muslims’ objective was “to create a ‘Green Corridor’ from Bosnia through the Sanjak to Kosovo” that would separate Serbia from Montenegro. Western powers are “in effect fostering this Islamistan,” Sherman warned, and developing “close working relations with Iran, whose rulers are keen to establish a European base for their politico-religious activities.” In addition, “Washington is keen on involving its NATO ally Turkey, which has been moving away from Ataturk’s secularist and Western stance back to a more Ottomanist, pan-Muslim orientation, and is actively helping the Muslim forces.”
“It is worthy of note that the Organization of the Islamic Conference statement, to which the State Department referred so approvingly, announced that the Islamic Umma wishes its borthers and sisters in Kosovo success: “There is no doubt that the independence of Kosovo will be an asset to the Muslim world and further enhance the joint Islamic action.””
“In 2010 [Ayad Allawi] won the election. He had more seats. But the Obama Administration pressured him to hand over power to the Maliki government: To the Iranian backed Maliki government.” –Benjamin Hall, Fox News