Everyday Mission



It’s reported that Major Mariam Al Mansouri, 35, an F-16 pilot, led the air strike missions on ISIS.

Fox News had its own take on the fact that a woman led the attack.




Pic: AFP

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19 thoughts on “Everyday Mission

  1. Don Pidgeoni

    It is Fox News, what do you expect? For them, that was probably the height of their discussion on international relations.

  2. Cool_Hand_Lucan

    Yes, the Arab country that forbids women to drive that you refer to is Saudi Arabia – a staunch ally of the US.


    1. Moan

      All BS really.
      More made up rubbish to feed the TV audience and chalk up another false flag.
      Israel and the Saudis get to speed on the invasion of Syria.

  3. Domestos

    If you can appreciate the complexity of the region, you probably shouldn’t be complaining about Fox News.

  4. Moan

    A Look Inside The Secret Deal With Saudi Arabia That Unleashed The Syrian Bombing


    That much is revealed by the WSJ today in a piece exposing the backdoor dealings that the US conducted with Saudi Arabia to get the “green light” to launch its airstrikes against ISIS, or rather, parts of Iraq and Syria. And, not surprising, it is once again Assad whose fate was the bargaining chip to get the Saudis on the US’ side, because in order to launch the incursion into Syrian sovereign territory “took months of behind-the-scenes work by the U.S. and Arab leaders, who agreed on the need to cooperate against Islamic State, but not how or when. The process gave the Saudis leverage to extract a fresh U.S. commitment to beef up training for rebels fighting Mr. Assad, whose demise the Saudis still see as a top priority.”

  5. Delacaravanio

    I was watching it thinking that it wasn’t offensive to anyone except maybe ISIS, then your man at the end goes and ruins it for everyone.

  6. read twice

    Holy Kamoley! What a load of sh1te from Fox Entertainment.

    On the plus side, well done to Aubrey Bailey, Fleet, Hants., who managed to succinctly sum up the sit you asian.
    Might I add that US and UK quite obviously engender patriotism in their own populations (achey-breaky hearts, achey-breaky unions), but when it comes to Kurdish patriotism, Shia-Arab identity, or indeed Sunni-Arab identity, it’s “no, respect the territorial integrity of ‘Iraq’, whatever that is”.
    And Russian incursions into Ukraine?? “That ain’t nothing, look what we [the US] can do in Syria.”
    Oh, Hypocrisy…. Mine old enemy!

  7. Formerly known as @ireland.com

    Aubrey’s letter covers it. It shows the futility of this new war.

    When GWB said that the enemy hates freedom, why do they only hate the “freedom” of the countries that invaded them and killed thousands of their people?

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