Thursday May 5, 2011
by Soeren Kern
European journalists have focused on whether the killing was permissible under international law; some are now calling for an international commission to investigate the American action.
by Walid Shoebat
Listen to what the former Israeli spy and Son of Hamas author says when he speaks Arabic: it’s clear he’s more double agent than turncoat.
by Dan Miller
The Court of Appeals is unfazed by prosecutorial misconduct.
by Michael Ledeen
“I’m saying that Osama was betrayed. Somebody who knew the details—or maybe several somebodies—delivered him to us. So the question is, who betrayed him? And why?”
by Matt Patterson
Is there still time to stave off collapse?
by P. David Hornik
The deal may not last, but the response of both Fatah and Hamas to the death of bin Laden shows precious little difference in ideology between the two.
by ‘Reza Kahlili’
The mullahs’ regime can’t miss an opportunity to denigrate the U.S.
by Bob Owens
Studies show a combatant may not fully remember an incident until two sleep periods afterward.
by Fred Grandy
Remember, this is a 1400-year war. Dar-al-Islam is gaining ground elsewhere, and we have to shift focus.
by Stephen Green
Didn’t the White House have a PR plan in place before the raid? Plus: Read “Is the media CW already turning against Obama’s handling of the OBL raid?” at the Tatler.