As you celebrate your attack in Syria, ask yourself: Is this how you love those who have suffered immeasurably?
Symbolic acts of strength are not enough to topple authoritarian regimes.
Not long before Election Day, but thousands of miles away in the Afghan village of Bouz Kandahari, 30 to 36 civilians died. Those deaths took place in a war Americans had largely filed in the library of forgotten events, though the conflict there is still fiercely underway.
Rebel officials and rescue workers said incendiary bombs were among the weapons that rained from the sky on the city.