Terror Groups Growing
Now is not the time to quit the Middle East.
If you believe the narrative Barack Obama tells, that al-Qaida was “decimated” months ago, you might want to reconsider. The RAND cooperation, a nonprofit research organization, released a study flying in the face of the Obama administration’s untruths. It says the number of Muslim extremist groups from North Africa to Pakistan have grown by 58%. The groups have decentralized and attacks by al-Qaida-linked groups have tripled. Study author Seth Jones said, “Based on these threats, the United States cannot afford to withdraw or remain disengaged from key parts of North Africa, the Middle East and South Asia. After more than a decade of war in Afghanistan and Iraq, it may be tempting for the U.S. to turn its attention elsewhere and scale back on counterterrorism efforts. But this research indicates that the struggle is far from over.” But the White House is inept with its intelligence, so politically motivated, it will set the stage for a long-term conflict against terrorism. More…
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