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Showing posts with label World Political. Show all posts

A Quick Look at Orlando Nightclub Deadly Shooting


The Orlando night club shooter has been identified as 29-year-old Omar Mir Seddique Mateen, who had pledged allegiance to the notorious militant group ISIS. He carried an assault rifle as well as a pistol into the nightclub Pulse at around 2 a.m. on Sunday and opened fire at people there, leaving 50 of them dead and dozens of others wounded. 

A letmesay.in image showing a millitant with a gunDuring the attack, Omar Mateen, he called 911 and pledged allegiance to ISIS; which I believe should be renamed to anti-ISIS.

A preliminary investigation also revealed that the American-born Mateen, a resident of Fort Pierce, Florida, was questioned by the FBI in 2013 and 2014 but both times he was let go because he wasn’t found to be a threat. 

Investigators were definitely not right in their conclusions because he eventually caused a big tragedy to the nation. Orlando police shot and killed him at the nightclub.

President Obama said, “We know enough to say this was an act of terror and act of hate,” and Orlando Police Chief John Mina said, “It appears he was organized and well-prepared”.

Commenting on yesterday’s Orlando tragedy, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinto wrote on Twitter, “Woke up to hear the devastating news from FL. As we wait for more information, my thoughts are with those affected by this horrific act.”

Trump wrote, “Horrific incident in FL. Praying for all the victims & their families. When will this stop? When will we get tough, smart & vigilant?”

Let me say, the deadly terrorism attack has proved that Americans are in dire need of stricter gun control measures. I personally also believe that the deadly incident has put more weight to the Republican Party’s presumptive presidential candidate Donald Trump’s idea to take a stricter action against militant organizations, particularly ISIS.

Let me say, there is a dire need for authorities need to give a higher priority to national security as well as to introduce new, stricter gun control measures. They must acknowledge the fact that guns across the U.S. are seldom being used for self defense, and often being used for mass killings. 
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Florida Needs Stricter Gun Control Laws


While people around the world, Americans in particular, are grieving the killings of dozens of people early Sunday morning at a nightclub shooting incident in Orlando, Florida; I would like to use the tragedy to bring attention to the issue of gun rights. 

According to official data released by U.S. Census Board, Florida (in 2010) had a population of 19, 687, 653; total murders 987; gun murders 669. With gun ownership percentage of nearly 25 per cent that year, Florida’s murder and gun murder rates per 100,000 inhabitants were recorded at 5.0 per cent and 3.4 per cent, respectively.

Florida has very high crime and gun murder rates but whenever a politician or a gun control activist announces an effort to put stricter control on use of guns, many come forward to argue that it would violate American Constitution’s second Amendment.

Protected by the Second Amendment of the Bill of Rights, the right to keep and bear firearms or guns is a fundamental right of Americans. The Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution reads, “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” 

But, opponents of the gun control efforts must keep it in mind that rules and regulations are meant to protect people and make life easier; and not to make a system complicated and life more difficult.
While the gunman responsible for Orlando nightclub killings, identified as Omar Mateen, pledged allegiance to the notorious militant group ISIS; we should not neglect that fact that in many previous shooting Americanss killed Americans over petite reasons. Some deadly shooting took place in schools, in which a student brought a firearm to school and killed other students and even teacher.

Let me say, introducing new, stricter gun control laws in Florida and other states of the nation is an urgent need of hour. I would also like to use this tragedy to urge gun right groups not to encourage use of guns.
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Islamic State Should Be Renamed As Anti-Islamic State or Anti-IS

Image shwoing world's top terrorist Al-BaghdadiThree morning explosions in Brussels - the capital of Belgian - killed nearly three dozen people and left as many as 190 others injured.

Belgian law enforcement officials said it was not possible for them at the time to directly link these deadly terrorist attacks to similar Paris attacks around five months ago.

But, the notorious terrorist group Islamic State (IS), which also takes pride in calling itself ISIS or ISIL, claimed responsibility not long after the deadly Brussels attacks. Back in November last year, at least 130 people were killed in a series of terrorist attacks in Paris by this same terrorist group – IS or ISIS or ISIL, whatever you call it.

While the whole world, particularly politicians (some of whom are not even serious in the fight against terrorism) are busy in condemning IS, I would like to urge to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the self-proclaimed “caliph” of the Islamic State of Iraq & the Levant (ISIL) as well as his men who are ruthlessly killing innocent people and raping minor girls, to immediately rename their terror-spreading group as Anti-Islamic State of Anti-IS. 

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A Review of Donald Trump's Controversial Views


American businessman and politician Donald Trump Donald Trump has increasingly been drawing criticism and opposition from a lot of people ever since he announced his bid for the White House last year. I am a common Indian, who has nothing to do with Donald Trump or his election campaign in the United States. I may also have some differences with him over certain issues; but, at the same time, I can’t ignore the plus points of Trump’s personality.

Trump is frank and straightforward: He speaks whatever he believes in, irrespective of what other people, particularly the Democrats, will think about him. He openly spoke his mind out on various controversial issues, including illegal migration, abortion, and the need to tackle militant organizations like ISIS.

Trump keeps the nation ahead of anything else: Many people, particularly human rights advocates, criticized Trump when he recently advocated for waterboarding, a kind of torture simulating drowning.

Advocating for the use of waterboarding, Trump recently said, “We absolutely need it. We should have it, and if we can have it, we should have worse. Now there are laws … and we want to obey the laws, the rules and regulations, even though ISIS doesn’t. It’s really hard to defeat people when you’re playing by different rules … They cut off heads … We have people out there who want to destroy us. They don’t have rules. They don’t have regulations.”

I am also a supporter of human rights; but only rights of the humans, and not of those who don’t respect the rights of others as the notorious ISIS is doing. ISIS has been raping women and ruthlessly killing people, including children, killing people. ISIS militants boast and take pride when they cut innocent people’s heads off. They share unbearable images of beheaded people on social networks, apparently to spread terror, without caring for human rights. Thus to use  torture techniques like waterboarding on such atrocious and wicked militants is not against human rights; in fact it will enhance human rights.

Trump is eager to take really bold steps:  The Republican front-runner presidential candidate is eager to take bold steps that are essential to help the United States regain the reputation that the nation enjoyed in the past.  Trump election campaign clearly states that the U.S. presidential candidate calls for a review of  US-China trade relations as currently  they are largely in favor of China, which has often been found guilty of bullying as well as spying on other countries, including India and the U.S.

Trump calls for building a wall across the southern boarder. His demand for a wall at the U.S.-Mexico wall has weight, given the growing problem of illegal Mexican immigrants. Many condemned Trump when he called Mexican immigrants ‘drug-peddlers,’ ‘rapists’ and ‘killers’. He might be wrong in calling Mexican immigrants ‘drug-peddlers,’ ‘rapists’ and ‘killers’; but not totally. The instance of shooting death of San Francisco woman 32-year-old Kathryn Steinle on July 1, 2015, by an undocumented Mexican immigrant identified as, who had been deported many times, puts enough weight to Trumps’ views.        

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IS Militants Destroy Ancient Statue of Lion of Al-Lat Outside Syrian City of Palmyra

Wildly notorious militant organization Islamic State (IS), which is also called ISIS and ISIL, has been busy for quite a long time in killing innocent people and causing devastations. Islamic State militants have already turned cities and villages into ruins, and its obsession to hurt humanity is apparently still on the rise.  
Most recently, IS militants destroyed a classic statue of a lion outside the main museum in the famous ancient city of Palmyra in Syria.

The famous lion statue, which was called the Lion of Al-Lat, was an irreplaceable piece of ancient art. The limestone statue was three 10 feet in height and 15 tones in weight. Emerging reports suggest that it was discovered in 1977 by Polish archeologists at the temple of Al-Lat, a pre-Islamic Arabian goddess. 
While it hurts that Islamic State militants destroyed the Lion of Al-Lat, a historic piece of art created in the 1st century BC; it is definitely not surprising at all. The whole world knows the cruel and destructive nature of the Islamic State.

Another militant group called Al Qaeda had also destroyed a number of ancient pieces of art in Afghanistan, with a claim that such art is against the principles of Islam.

But, Islamic State must keep it in mind that nothing is permanent in the world, including pieces of art like the Lion of Al-Lat as well as Islamic State itself.  Let me say its destructive nature will eventually bring it to an end.
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Only Tough Punishments For Guilty Of Air India 182 Kanishka Flight Bombing Can Comfort Victims

On June 23, 2015, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper paid tributes to the victims of Air India (AI) flight 182 bombing that killed all the 329 passengers and crew members on board 25 years ago.
Harper called the deadly terrorist attack occurred on June 23, 1985, the worst terrorist incident in the history of Canada; and assured that his government was committed to prevent any such acts of terrorism from occurring again.

Remembering those who have lost their lives in terror attacks here in Canada and around the globe, he acknowledged that Canada is not immune from the threat of terrorism, but assured that the Government of Canada remained committed to support the victims of terrorism.

Paying tribute to the victims of Air India 182 Kanishka flight bombing, the Canadian prime minister said, "It is our hope that those who have died will not be forgotten and that those who grieve will find comfort.”

I welcome Harper’s assurance that the Canadian government will do everything to prevent such terror attacks from happening again and that it would do the needful to comfort the departed souls and their near & dear ones.

But, let me say that the departed souls and their near & dear ones will get comfort only when the guilty will get the toughest possible punishment for their heinous act of terror. A few people managed to kill hundreds of people more than two decades ago, and the government is still investigating the matter. Let me say again that the victim and their families as well as the common man must be in severe discomfort given the facts that investigation into the attack has thus far been futile, and the guilty continue to exist.   
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Is Al-Baghdadi alone responsible for Iraq's gruesome condition?

A militant with gun in his hand
Who is responsible for the persistent intolerable, gruesome condition of minor girls, women, the elderly and anybody else who are living in today’s ISIL controlled parts of Iraq? Undoubtedly, you will say Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi -- self-proclaimed “caliph” of the Islamic State of Iraq & the Levant, today’s most cruel terrorist group commonly known as ISIL. Al-Baghdadi should definitely be blamed for turning Iraq and some of its surrounding areas into a hell, but I would like to blame the American government’s policies for the problem as well.

America was against former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussain, who ruled the country from July 1979 to April 2003. Many attempts were made by America to dethrone Mr. Hussain; many economic and military sanctions were imposed on Iraq during his regime, apparently to weaken the country and force him to quit the throne.

Eventually in 2003, a coalition led by the United States invaded Iraq, even as many big countries like Russia, China and India opposed the move. Mr. Hussain was captured in December 2003, and finally executed in December 2006. Meanwhile a transitional government was established, which was finally replaced by the Iraqi Transitional Government in 2005.

But, the long clash of interests between America and the Iraqi dictator left someone in the doldrums again – the common Iraqis, as the country continued to grow weaker and weaker. Mr. Hussain was a dictator, and he might have misused his power. But, no one could dare to wreck havoc against Iraqis during his regime.

After the death of Mr. Hussain and the establishment of a parliamentary government, Iraq should have grown more powerful; but the country failed to maintain even the little power it had in the final years of the dictator. For instance, thousands of Iraqi soldiers surrender earlier this year to a few hundred ISIL militants, leaving young girls and women to be raped and men to be murdered by the militants.

Fanatic people like Al- Baghdadi can attack only the weak. In today’s world, only two ways can ensure safety – either take away weapons from each and every country or equip each and every country with weapons to maintain balance of power. American should have allowed Iraq to maintain enough military power to protect her boundaries and people from the likes of Al-Baghdadi.



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Death Sentence For Boston Marathon Bomber Brings Justice For Victims And Their Families

A photo showing justice doesn't discriminateAfter several hours of deliberations, a U.S. jury on Friday, May 15, sentenced 2013 Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to death by lethal injection.

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, now 21, was charged with the deadly bombing attack that he carried out on April 15, 2013, with the help of his 26-year-old brother Tamerlan during 2013 Boston Marathon. The marathon bombing attack killed three people and injured more than 260, many of whom lost their limbs.

Tamerlan died after being shot by police officers and run over by a vehicle during an aggressive manhunt following the bombing.

While awarding death sentence or capital punishment to the convicts can not bring back those innocent people
who lost their lives in the hate attack/terrorist attack, let me say that it will surely give the much required solace and mental peace to the families and other near and dear ones of the victims. In addition, the verdict will strengthen the communities’ faith in the judicial system as well as discourage others from committing or supporting such heinous crimes in the future. 

In wake of the pronouncement of the verdict, a family member of the a victim said there were no ‘winners’ but there was justice.

Hence, I wholeheartedly welcome the jury’s verdict in the Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s case and believe that world society has also welcomed it.
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Showing posts with label World Political. Show all posts
Showing posts with label World Political. Show all posts
6/13/2016
A Quick Look at Orlando Nightclub Deadly Shooting

The Orlando night club shooter has been identified as 29-year-old Omar Mir Seddique Mateen, who had pledged allegiance to the notorious militant group ISIS. He carried an assault rifle as well as a pistol into the nightclub Pulse at around 2 a.m. on Sunday and opened fire at people there, leaving 50 of them dead and dozens of others wounded. 

A letmesay.in image showing a millitant with a gunDuring the attack, Omar Mateen, he called 911 and pledged allegiance to ISIS; which I believe should be renamed to anti-ISIS.

A preliminary investigation also revealed that the American-born Mateen, a resident of Fort Pierce, Florida, was questioned by the FBI in 2013 and 2014 but both times he was let go because he wasn’t found to be a threat. 

Investigators were definitely not right in their conclusions because he eventually caused a big tragedy to the nation. Orlando police shot and killed him at the nightclub.

President Obama said, “We know enough to say this was an act of terror and act of hate,” and Orlando Police Chief John Mina said, “It appears he was organized and well-prepared”.

Commenting on yesterday’s Orlando tragedy, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinto wrote on Twitter, “Woke up to hear the devastating news from FL. As we wait for more information, my thoughts are with those affected by this horrific act.”

Trump wrote, “Horrific incident in FL. Praying for all the victims & their families. When will this stop? When will we get tough, smart & vigilant?”

Let me say, the deadly terrorism attack has proved that Americans are in dire need of stricter gun control measures. I personally also believe that the deadly incident has put more weight to the Republican Party’s presumptive presidential candidate Donald Trump’s idea to take a stricter action against militant organizations, particularly ISIS.

Let me say, there is a dire need for authorities need to give a higher priority to national security as well as to introduce new, stricter gun control measures. They must acknowledge the fact that guns across the U.S. are seldom being used for self defense, and often being used for mass killings. 
Florida Needs Stricter Gun Control Laws

While people around the world, Americans in particular, are grieving the killings of dozens of people early Sunday morning at a nightclub shooting incident in Orlando, Florida; I would like to use the tragedy to bring attention to the issue of gun rights. 

According to official data released by U.S. Census Board, Florida (in 2010) had a population of 19, 687, 653; total murders 987; gun murders 669. With gun ownership percentage of nearly 25 per cent that year, Florida’s murder and gun murder rates per 100,000 inhabitants were recorded at 5.0 per cent and 3.4 per cent, respectively.

Florida has very high crime and gun murder rates but whenever a politician or a gun control activist announces an effort to put stricter control on use of guns, many come forward to argue that it would violate American Constitution’s second Amendment.

Protected by the Second Amendment of the Bill of Rights, the right to keep and bear firearms or guns is a fundamental right of Americans. The Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution reads, “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” 

But, opponents of the gun control efforts must keep it in mind that rules and regulations are meant to protect people and make life easier; and not to make a system complicated and life more difficult.
While the gunman responsible for Orlando nightclub killings, identified as Omar Mateen, pledged allegiance to the notorious militant group ISIS; we should not neglect that fact that in many previous shooting Americanss killed Americans over petite reasons. Some deadly shooting took place in schools, in which a student brought a firearm to school and killed other students and even teacher.

Let me say, introducing new, stricter gun control laws in Florida and other states of the nation is an urgent need of hour. I would also like to use this tragedy to urge gun right groups not to encourage use of guns.
3/23/2016
Islamic State Should Be Renamed As Anti-Islamic State or Anti-IS
Image shwoing world's top terrorist Al-BaghdadiThree morning explosions in Brussels - the capital of Belgian - killed nearly three dozen people and left as many as 190 others injured.

Belgian law enforcement officials said it was not possible for them at the time to directly link these deadly terrorist attacks to similar Paris attacks around five months ago.

But, the notorious terrorist group Islamic State (IS), which also takes pride in calling itself ISIS or ISIL, claimed responsibility not long after the deadly Brussels attacks. Back in November last year, at least 130 people were killed in a series of terrorist attacks in Paris by this same terrorist group – IS or ISIS or ISIL, whatever you call it.

While the whole world, particularly politicians (some of whom are not even serious in the fight against terrorism) are busy in condemning IS, I would like to urge to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the self-proclaimed “caliph” of the Islamic State of Iraq & the Levant (ISIL) as well as his men who are ruthlessly killing innocent people and raping minor girls, to immediately rename their terror-spreading group as Anti-Islamic State of Anti-IS. 

3/09/2016
A Review of Donald Trump's Controversial Views

American businessman and politician Donald Trump Donald Trump has increasingly been drawing criticism and opposition from a lot of people ever since he announced his bid for the White House last year. I am a common Indian, who has nothing to do with Donald Trump or his election campaign in the United States. I may also have some differences with him over certain issues; but, at the same time, I can’t ignore the plus points of Trump’s personality.

Trump is frank and straightforward: He speaks whatever he believes in, irrespective of what other people, particularly the Democrats, will think about him. He openly spoke his mind out on various controversial issues, including illegal migration, abortion, and the need to tackle militant organizations like ISIS.

Trump keeps the nation ahead of anything else: Many people, particularly human rights advocates, criticized Trump when he recently advocated for waterboarding, a kind of torture simulating drowning.

Advocating for the use of waterboarding, Trump recently said, “We absolutely need it. We should have it, and if we can have it, we should have worse. Now there are laws … and we want to obey the laws, the rules and regulations, even though ISIS doesn’t. It’s really hard to defeat people when you’re playing by different rules … They cut off heads … We have people out there who want to destroy us. They don’t have rules. They don’t have regulations.”

I am also a supporter of human rights; but only rights of the humans, and not of those who don’t respect the rights of others as the notorious ISIS is doing. ISIS has been raping women and ruthlessly killing people, including children, killing people. ISIS militants boast and take pride when they cut innocent people’s heads off. They share unbearable images of beheaded people on social networks, apparently to spread terror, without caring for human rights. Thus to use  torture techniques like waterboarding on such atrocious and wicked militants is not against human rights; in fact it will enhance human rights.

Trump is eager to take really bold steps:  The Republican front-runner presidential candidate is eager to take bold steps that are essential to help the United States regain the reputation that the nation enjoyed in the past.  Trump election campaign clearly states that the U.S. presidential candidate calls for a review of  US-China trade relations as currently  they are largely in favor of China, which has often been found guilty of bullying as well as spying on other countries, including India and the U.S.

Trump calls for building a wall across the southern boarder. His demand for a wall at the U.S.-Mexico wall has weight, given the growing problem of illegal Mexican immigrants. Many condemned Trump when he called Mexican immigrants ‘drug-peddlers,’ ‘rapists’ and ‘killers’. He might be wrong in calling Mexican immigrants ‘drug-peddlers,’ ‘rapists’ and ‘killers’; but not totally. The instance of shooting death of San Francisco woman 32-year-old Kathryn Steinle on July 1, 2015, by an undocumented Mexican immigrant identified as, who had been deported many times, puts enough weight to Trumps’ views.        

7/03/2015
IS Militants Destroy Ancient Statue of Lion of Al-Lat Outside Syrian City of Palmyra
Wildly notorious militant organization Islamic State (IS), which is also called ISIS and ISIL, has been busy for quite a long time in killing innocent people and causing devastations. Islamic State militants have already turned cities and villages into ruins, and its obsession to hurt humanity is apparently still on the rise.  
Most recently, IS militants destroyed a classic statue of a lion outside the main museum in the famous ancient city of Palmyra in Syria.

The famous lion statue, which was called the Lion of Al-Lat, was an irreplaceable piece of ancient art. The limestone statue was three 10 feet in height and 15 tones in weight. Emerging reports suggest that it was discovered in 1977 by Polish archeologists at the temple of Al-Lat, a pre-Islamic Arabian goddess. 
While it hurts that Islamic State militants destroyed the Lion of Al-Lat, a historic piece of art created in the 1st century BC; it is definitely not surprising at all. The whole world knows the cruel and destructive nature of the Islamic State.

Another militant group called Al Qaeda had also destroyed a number of ancient pieces of art in Afghanistan, with a claim that such art is against the principles of Islam.

But, Islamic State must keep it in mind that nothing is permanent in the world, including pieces of art like the Lion of Al-Lat as well as Islamic State itself.  Let me say its destructive nature will eventually bring it to an end.
6/25/2015
Only Tough Punishments For Guilty Of Air India 182 Kanishka Flight Bombing Can Comfort Victims
On June 23, 2015, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper paid tributes to the victims of Air India (AI) flight 182 bombing that killed all the 329 passengers and crew members on board 25 years ago.
Harper called the deadly terrorist attack occurred on June 23, 1985, the worst terrorist incident in the history of Canada; and assured that his government was committed to prevent any such acts of terrorism from occurring again.

Remembering those who have lost their lives in terror attacks here in Canada and around the globe, he acknowledged that Canada is not immune from the threat of terrorism, but assured that the Government of Canada remained committed to support the victims of terrorism.

Paying tribute to the victims of Air India 182 Kanishka flight bombing, the Canadian prime minister said, "It is our hope that those who have died will not be forgotten and that those who grieve will find comfort.”

I welcome Harper’s assurance that the Canadian government will do everything to prevent such terror attacks from happening again and that it would do the needful to comfort the departed souls and their near & dear ones.

But, let me say that the departed souls and their near & dear ones will get comfort only when the guilty will get the toughest possible punishment for their heinous act of terror. A few people managed to kill hundreds of people more than two decades ago, and the government is still investigating the matter. Let me say again that the victim and their families as well as the common man must be in severe discomfort given the facts that investigation into the attack has thus far been futile, and the guilty continue to exist.   
5/16/2015
Is Al-Baghdadi alone responsible for Iraq's gruesome condition?
A militant with gun in his hand
Who is responsible for the persistent intolerable, gruesome condition of minor girls, women, the elderly and anybody else who are living in today’s ISIL controlled parts of Iraq? Undoubtedly, you will say Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi -- self-proclaimed “caliph” of the Islamic State of Iraq & the Levant, today’s most cruel terrorist group commonly known as ISIL. Al-Baghdadi should definitely be blamed for turning Iraq and some of its surrounding areas into a hell, but I would like to blame the American government’s policies for the problem as well.

America was against former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussain, who ruled the country from July 1979 to April 2003. Many attempts were made by America to dethrone Mr. Hussain; many economic and military sanctions were imposed on Iraq during his regime, apparently to weaken the country and force him to quit the throne.

Eventually in 2003, a coalition led by the United States invaded Iraq, even as many big countries like Russia, China and India opposed the move. Mr. Hussain was captured in December 2003, and finally executed in December 2006. Meanwhile a transitional government was established, which was finally replaced by the Iraqi Transitional Government in 2005.

But, the long clash of interests between America and the Iraqi dictator left someone in the doldrums again – the common Iraqis, as the country continued to grow weaker and weaker. Mr. Hussain was a dictator, and he might have misused his power. But, no one could dare to wreck havoc against Iraqis during his regime.

After the death of Mr. Hussain and the establishment of a parliamentary government, Iraq should have grown more powerful; but the country failed to maintain even the little power it had in the final years of the dictator. For instance, thousands of Iraqi soldiers surrender earlier this year to a few hundred ISIL militants, leaving young girls and women to be raped and men to be murdered by the militants.

Fanatic people like Al- Baghdadi can attack only the weak. In today’s world, only two ways can ensure safety – either take away weapons from each and every country or equip each and every country with weapons to maintain balance of power. American should have allowed Iraq to maintain enough military power to protect her boundaries and people from the likes of Al-Baghdadi.



Death Sentence For Boston Marathon Bomber Brings Justice For Victims And Their Families
A photo showing justice doesn't discriminateAfter several hours of deliberations, a U.S. jury on Friday, May 15, sentenced 2013 Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to death by lethal injection.

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, now 21, was charged with the deadly bombing attack that he carried out on April 15, 2013, with the help of his 26-year-old brother Tamerlan during 2013 Boston Marathon. The marathon bombing attack killed three people and injured more than 260, many of whom lost their limbs.

Tamerlan died after being shot by police officers and run over by a vehicle during an aggressive manhunt following the bombing.

While awarding death sentence or capital punishment to the convicts can not bring back those innocent people
who lost their lives in the hate attack/terrorist attack, let me say that it will surely give the much required solace and mental peace to the families and other near and dear ones of the victims. In addition, the verdict will strengthen the communities’ faith in the judicial system as well as discourage others from committing or supporting such heinous crimes in the future. 

In wake of the pronouncement of the verdict, a family member of the a victim said there were no ‘winners’ but there was justice.

Hence, I wholeheartedly welcome the jury’s verdict in the Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s case and believe that world society has also welcomed it.