Obama’s Libyan war breeds horror in Mali.
Mohammed Abdul Latif Jameel owns the world’s largest Toyota dealership and sits on the board of Coexist as well as a number of other organizations. And Jameel provided 3 major endowments for J-PAL. Around the same time the Abdul Latif Jameel Group sued the Wall Street Journal for reporting its presence on the list of accounts monitored for funding terrorism.
This is a serious subject and if Islamic terrorists fail to take immediate action they risk losing the support of the left which could impact the number of pro bono lawyers available to them and the number of media columnists willing to write flattering profiles of them and urge an immediate surrender by Israel and America to their demands.
“The land of Greater Syrian awaits you with great suspense for your hearts to be roasted in a sea of hot coals, for your fat to melt, and your meat to be grilled; today you will no longer be able to manage a single battle much less several battles. This is by the Grace of God, then by the grace of the soldiers of Osama”
During the election, Obama ran on the claim that he had defeated Al Qaeda by killing Bin Laden. The problem with that was that Bin Laden was little more than a symbol at that point and Al Qaeda had evolved into numerous local franchises. After the Benghazi mission attack, the takeover of Mali and the emergence of Al Qaeda as the strongest fighting group operating in Syria, it didn’t exactly look like Al Qaeda was on the way to defeat.