Nisid Hajari

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Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri said this week he was opening a branch of the terror outfit focused on India, and in one sense that’s nothing new. The Egyptian doctor has dreamed for years of sparking a war between nuclear-armed India and Pakistan, a conflict he thinks would drive Pakistanis into the arms of radical Islam and rally Muslims around the world to al-Qaeda’s banner.

Osama bin Laden, Zawahiri’s former boss, preferred to keep the organization’s focus on the U.S. “Great Satan.” If Zawahiri is to be believed, he started putting together his new India affiliate a little more than a year after bin Laden’s death.…  Seguir leyendo »

The Wednesday morning edition of the Korea Times contained a fateful cartoon about the plight of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which is believed to have crashed hundreds of miles off the Australian coast. The caricature shows a submersible being lowered into the water to search for the plane, with a bawling Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak strapped to the bottom. A figure representing the families of the lost victims looks on and gives the Malaysian premier an unforgiving thumbs down.

The cartoon took on heartbreakingly tragic resonance that same day when a massive South Korean cruise ship, the Sewol, capsized on its way to the resort island of Jeju.…  Seguir leyendo »