Posts Tagged ‘ George W. Bush ’

Iraq’s tragedy was entirely predictable

Jul 14th, 2016 | By

Thirteen years, half a million excess deaths or more, millions of refugees, general impoverishment and insecurity, and an astoundingly corrupt government that is strongly and successfully resisting Abadi’s attempt to reform it. It is no wonder that even most of those in Iraq who suffered under Saddam Hussein’s tyrannical rule now wish he had never been overthrown.



Chairman’s Report September 18, 2014

Sep 22nd, 2014 | By

In this issue:  Thousands contact Congress, say “NO!” to funding Islamic fighters / Saudi Arabia helps fight ISIL by torturing Christians / Background on disastrous U.S. intervention in Middle East / RFC works to help desperate Christian refugees / The Moscow Mission Report:  William Murray speaks at two international conferences, says United States and Russia need to put aside differences and work together to defend against radical Islam / Murray pleads with conferees for more help for Christian refugees.