Recently released from "house arrest" in Iran, al-Adel has taken over as overseer of international attacks for al-Qaeda.
The next presidential election cycle began on November 3, 2010.
The Egyptians and Saudis are serious about the Iranian threat because they understand that they are the first on the chopping block and are the most vulnerable to Iran’s designs.
But its ultimate success will depend upon the backbone of President Obama.
Shooting up a Washington, D.C., restaurant hoping to "knock off a few government employees" is just one helpful suggestion coming from the Yemeni-based terror outfit.
Recently declassified documents focusing on the testimony of Tariq Aziz, Saddam Hussein’s deputy prime minister, reminds us why Saddam had to be removed from power.
But she did. (Also read Roger L. Simon: "Sen. Lieberman supports regime change and more in Iran.")
At least 600 attacks by the Taliban disrupted the vote while evidence is emerging that President Hamid Karzai manipulated the ballots.
Extremists in the city and the countryside are spreading hate against America and the West.
A design allowing for battery swapping rather than long recharges gets a trial run this month.
Democracy, Whiskey, Sexy, Redux: based on recent polling numbers, Iraqis want American soldiers to stay in their country more than the Americans do.
If Iran needed reassurance that their proxy warfare strategy is working ...
Two weeks in Israel gave me optimism about what is happening on the ground, away from the radical Palestinian leadership.
The religious makeup of the world is changing, but the media’s focus on the West is causing many to be blind to Islam’s losing of ground in the third world.
Iran faces a severe gasoline shortage that is riling up citizens, and the shortage is likely to get exponentially worse.
But advocates of regime change in Iran are split on supporting the Iranian opposition group called the MEK.
Muslim youths have taken to the streets of France once again, rioting against perceived abuses at the hands of police in their "special urban zones" that separate them from the rest of society.
In an interview with PJM, Hassan Shibly claims his school talks are non-political despite evidence to the contrary.
If the recent bazaar strike can unite with a strike by the general workers and political activists, the Iranian regime may be doomed.
Prime Minister Erdogan is in trouble, as the opposition takes aim at his foreign policy.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange claims he has a video of an American "massacre" in Afghanistan and is threatening to release thousands of pages of documents that would be ruinous to national security.
Iran's mocking response to the latest UN sanctions is, unfortunately, right on the money.
Recent statements from the leader of Iranian Hezbollah about an "Islamic United States" from Palestine to Afghanistan are not outside of the mainstream of political thought among regime leaders.
As the health care issue fades from view, Democrats are securing their leads in some races while gaining ground in others.
The history books on this issue shouldn’t be written just yet.