Iran: Most serious global strategic crisis

Imagine for a moment that there was an American Special Forces alumnus who, in his or her commando days, was suspected of blowing up a Persian community centre in London, killing many, including children and seniors.

Hugh Segal
Published: Wednesday, 09/23/2009 12:00 am EDT

Imagine for a moment that there was an American Special Forces alumnus who, in his or her commando days, was suspected of blowing up a Persian community centre in London, killing many, including children and seniors. And despite his being wanted by Interpol, whose jurisdiction the Americans chose to ignore, President Obama appointed him secretary of defence.

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