Eleven years after the American homeland was attacked by Muslim terrorists, Iran, the world’s leading sponsor of terrorism, is sending death squads to Syria in order to prop up the Assad regime.
Eleven years after 9-11, Iran sends arms and money to their proxy government Hizbullah in Lebanon.
Eleven years after 9-11, Iran finances and arms Hizbullah terrorists in Gaza.
Eleven years after 9-11, Iran threatens genocide against the Jewish state.
Eleven years after 9-11, Iran is on the verge of becoming a nuclear power.
Eleven years after 9-11, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton states that “no redline exists” that, once crossed by Iran, would compel an attack by the United States on Iran’s nuclear facilities.
Eleven years after 9-11, American timidity in the face of the Iranian nuclear threat has handed that terrorist nation international prestige which translates into geopolitical power. We have seen the fruits of rogue nuclear states. North Korea and Pakistan are both, by any measure, failed states, yet both wield undue leverage on the world stage precisely because they have fingers on a nuclear trigger.
Eleven years after 9-11, Dr. Shakil Afridi, the Pakistan physician who helped America identify and ultimately kill Osama bin Laden, has been sentenced to 33 years in prison on charges of treason. That this administration has not compelled Pakistan to set free this man is a national shame and a crime against decency.
Eleven years after 9-11, the Obama administration has aided the Muslim Brotherhood in its rise to power in Egypt.
Eleven years after 9-11, Mr. Obama views building permits in Jerusalem as a greater threat to international peace than the Iranian backed terrorists of Gaza.
Eleven years after 9-11, the Obama administration cannot and will not name radical Islam as the greatest threat to western civilization.
Eleven years after 9-11, few are willing to quote Union General Philip Sheridan, who understood that the only way to win a war is by waging total war. He said of the enemy:
The people must be left nothing but their eyes to weep with after the war.