Argentina: Latin America’s New Leader in Counterterrorism
By JOSEPH M. HUMIRE

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This week we honor the 85 victims of the largest Islamist terrorist attack in Latin America’s history: the bombing the Asociación Mutual Isrealita Argentina (AMIA) on July 18, 1994. Twenty-five years have passed since the morning when a Renault van packed with 300 kilograms of explosives detonated in front of the AMIA building in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It took more …

eHeziArgentina: Latin America’s New Leader in Counterterrorism
By JOSEPH M. HUMIRE

Ed Koch Commentary: Everything that Can Go Wrong is Going Wrong in Afghanistan

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Everything that can go wrong is going wrong in Afghanistan.  The situation is so bad militarily that The New York Times reported on April 12th, "Taliban insurgents have such a strong grip on such a broad area – in particular the southern provinces of Kandahar, Helmand, Oruzgan and Zabul – that even with the anticipated arrival of an additional 30,000 …

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