Tag: Sept. 11

Congress Chooses 9/11 Families over Saudi Arabia in Rebuke to Obama

Members of both the House and Senate struck down President Obama’s veto of a bill that would permit family members of victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks to sue Saudi Arabia. The overwhelming bi-partisan support for still-grieving families served as a humiliating rebuke for both Obama and Saudi Arabia, America’s closest ally in the Middle East, which has recently come under increased scrutiny despite an entrenched alliance that deepened after 9/11.

The Controversial Truth Behind America’s Never-Ending War

Fifteen years after the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks, America's War on Terror has expanded drastically, and with it, the interpretation of the Authorization to Use Military Force (AUMF), which gave the president the initial power to mobilize US Armed Forces against those responsible. Yet, America is no closer to ending that open-ended war than when it began, and its endless state is prompting serious questions about the legality of the recent initiatives waged against ISIS, and whether safeguards are in place to prevent a single person—President Obama or his successors—from committing America to perpetual warfare.

Remembering Sept. 11, 2001: The Morning Time Stood Still

“Grief is for here, anger is for home.”

Supreme Court Declines to Hear NDAA Indefinite Detention Appeal

The legal battle to stop the indefinite detention of U.S. citizens has come to an end.

Muslim Americans: Behind the Veil of a Religion Under Attack

“Don’t allow the terror to prevail, don’t let it make us hateful inside, don’t let the anger eat away at us."
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