Nov. 18, 2015, 7:36 PM AST Comments
There are many opinions on whether Trinidad and Tobago should accept its citizens who were on a “tour of duty” for ISIS in Syria and possibly other Middle Eastern territories. I am sure the vast majority would say systems should be instituted to prevent them from returning to our blessed
Nov. 18, 2015, 7:35 PM AST Comments
Many of us will clearly remember four years ago when the King of Saudi Arabia, whom nobody ever sees or hears about, appeared on international television stations and warned the world and, in particular, the G8 (Group of Eight) countries that ISIS was on their doorstep.
Nov. 18, 2015, 7:34 PM AST Comments
I read the statements by Minister Edmund Dillon on the return of ISIS fighters to T&T, and I have also read the many statements by people who believe we are at a higher risk of being a target due to our support of the United Nations resolutions against terrorism that speak to preventing the recruitm
Nov. 17, 2015, 5:53 PM AST Comments
The brutality of the horrific attacks on Paris by Islamic militants in the name of their faith is unspeakable. The attacks must be condemned by all—Muslims and non-Muslims alike. These attacks will forever change the way minorities are viewed, not only in France but all over Europe and the dev
Nov. 17, 2015, 5:51 PM AST Comments
It saddens me every time I read about domestic violence, child abuse or child sexual abuse. Holistically, crime within our small population bothers me. Again, an innocent child and mother have fallen victim to heinous act of violence—not just by any adult, but a trusted adult (husband).
Nov. 15, 2015, 7:23 PM AST Comments
I OFTEN wonder if the seriousness of our gas situation is appreciated or understood by our voters. Worse still and going by statements coming from this and the former government, and many journalists, I wonder if it is understood by those to whom we should be looking for a solution, or for sensible