Welcome to Asymmetric Warfare Studies Group website. AWSG is an information hub for those interested in better ways of fighting Islamic-based terrorism and Islamic expansionism. We do our best to keep our readers informed of the latest news from the various fronts in the fight against violent Jihad.
Due to a recent cyber attack from cowards too “shy” to debate in a public forum our editorial page is still under reconstruction, but everything else is up and running quit well.
We welcome your comments and written articles that you feel will help others understand the conflict between Western Civilization and Islamic terrorists. Bret Rivers
Bret on URAL Russian military motorcycle (he’s the one on the right) the dog’s name was withheld at his request.
|I’d like to thank those who have sent cards and emails of support as we deal with the passing of Harrison. As a dog he was not the smartest working animal I’ve dealt with, but as a family member he was one of the sweetest guys I’ve ever known. After almost 14 1/2 years of Harri’s companionship he will be missed. BR|
ASYMMETRIC WARFARE STUDIES GROUP
March 2014 issue
Remember Obama Mocking Romney Over Russia Concerns? ‘The 1980s Are Now Calling to Ask for Their Foreign Policy Back’
the Devil’s Work is Never Done
This book is still in progress but many friends have asked me to publish a small sample on this website. By clicking on the book cover you will be able to read the two shortest chapters of my book.
The sad fact is that the ruthless Assad dictatorship has a better record than the United States or its Sunni allies of protecting religious minorities in the Middle East.
The issue of taqiyya – the religious permission, indeed virtue, of Muslim deception to infidels for the good of Islam – is such a uniquely crucial aspect of the relationship between Muslims and non-Muslims, especially, like in the West, when the former are a minority and the latter a majority, that there have been at least a couple of trials in Europe revolving around it, one recent and the other current.
A brain drain of bright young women is already taking place in Afghanistan before the 2014 handover that many fear will mean a reversal of advances in women’s rights.The lack of commitment by the Afghan government to equality and to tackling the high rates of ill-treatment of women in the home and in the workplace is raising real fears they will be at the bottom of the political agenda in the push for power after Nato forces leave the country.
By SPIEGEL Staff