Australia’s foreign minister says ISIS is recruiting chemical weapon makers

The Islamic State has been flexing its muscles in recent weeks making big gains in Iraq and Syria. As pressure escalates with air strikes, Iraqi’s regrouping military, and Iran-backed militia, they are pushing the boundaries by recruiting foreigners able to make chemical weapons, according to Australia’s foreign minister. Continue reading Australia’s foreign minister says ISIS is recruiting chemical weapon makers

Hamas cruelty highlights the blurred lines in Middle East conflict

Confusion and disarray normally favors the weaker side of a conflict. It’s during this chaos that moves can be made that go contrary to acceptable rules of war. In the case of last year’s Gaza war, rekindled partially today, Amnesty International has laid some gruesome accusations against the Hamas governing faction in the region. Continue reading Hamas cruelty highlights the blurred lines in Middle East conflict

Jundallah, allied with the Islamic State, claims responsibility for Pakistan bus attack

Sunni Muslim militant group Jundallah has claimed responsibility for the bus attack in Karachi, Pakistan, that left at least 43 people dead and 13 wounded. The group pledge allegiance to the Islamic State last November. Continue reading Jundallah, allied with the Islamic State, claims responsibility for Pakistan bus attack

Has Honda found its Kryptonite?

For decades, Honda has been considered one of the most reliable brands in the automotive industry. From the Accord to the Pilot, Honda has built a reputation around putting together vehicles that last a long time with lower maintenance costs than luxury brands while giving the comforts that people want the most. Continue reading Has Honda found its Kryptonite?