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The suicide bombing at al-Nairab military base in northern Syria on June 1, 2012, as seen in a propaganda video by al-Nusrah, al-Qaida's Syrian branch.

Western support for the opposition in Syria's bloody civil war raises fears of a blowback from the European extremists who've flocked to new land of jihad. Read more»

Interviews with Mark B. Evans, administrator of tucsoncitizen.com, GOP state House candidate John Christopher Ackerley, and Middle East expert Dr. Stephen Zunes. Read more»

Mitt Romney says President Obama is an historic figure. And not in a good way. Read more» 1

'Tis the season to ... well, you know. Read more»

Rana Singh Sodhi’s brother, Balbir, a Sikh from India, was murdered outside his gas station in Mesa by a man seeking revenge for the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Ten years later, he and other Sikhs honor Balbir’s memory by engaging the broader community and discussing their faith.

MESA – Days after Sept. 11, 2001, in their last phone conversation, Balbir Singh Sodhi told his brother he planned to buy an American flag to display in the gas station he owned to make his patriotism clear. The next day, a man bent on avenging the attacks shot and killed Balbir—a turban-wearing Sikh—outside his station. Read more»

Senior Master Sgt. Rodney Gaines, of Ramstein Air Force Base, Germany, talks about the security at Frankfurt International Airport.

A Kosovo man admitted in a German court Tuesday that he shot dead two U.S. airmen at Frankfurt airport. Read more»

Hosni Mubarak

Democracy is good for Egypt. It's bad for the U.S., but that's our fault. As Egypt reorganizes under some form of religion-dominated democracy, it is also inevitable that they will turn away from the United States. We’re getting ready to eat the fruit of the poisonous tree we nurtured. Read more»

Sen. Jon Kyl loves Christmas. Loves it. And Sen. Harry Reid's a disrespectful Scrooge, who's probably a closet Muslim, with his pal the president. Read more»

Turkish flags in Neukoelln, Germany.

For decades, Germany largely ignored the question of how to integrate its immigrant communities. Chancellor Angela Merkel's comments about multiculturalism have spurred an anti-immigrant dialogue. Read more»

Unlikely doubles partners Rohan Bopanna and Aisam ul-haq Qureshi warm up at Wimbledon.

After many rounds of peace talks gone bad, India and Pakistan are still very much at odds. But now, an unlikely duo of sports-loving 30-year-olds is aiming to see if a tennis match can solve what diplomacy has been unable to. Read more»

Obama on Election Night, 2008.

Here's a new item to add to the growing list of fake facts dominating the news over the past year. Already on the list are death panels, a foreign-born president, the hoax of global warming, and rampant discrimination against white people. Now we can add a new fake fact: President Obama is a Muslim. Read more»

A recent poll shows that 18% of Americans believe Pres. Obama is a Muslim, up from 11% in March 2009. Read more»

Chelsea Clinton was married Saturday to long-time boyfriend Marc Mezvinsky in a Christian-Jewish ceremony. Imagine if his name had been Malik Mezhin. Read more»

The days of Christians in Morocco may be numbered. Read more»

Two female suicide bombers blew themselves up inside the Moscow metro at the start of rush hour Monday morning, killing at least 39 people and injuring dozens more. Read more»

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