Qur’an Has Everything To Do With it

Originally posted on Patrice Ayme's Thoughts:
War scenes in Saint Denis, north of Paris. A seven hour battle, one Salafist woman exploded herself, another terrorist was shot dead, but seven were captured alive (police uses blinding stun grenades). The information about their location was obtained in diverse manners, including amateurs videos. Dalil Boubakeur, head…

The COTS Danger to American Security

Originally posted on Bryen's Blog News:
by Stephen Bryen F-35 in Flight Test by Andy Wolfe – This Image was released by the United States Navy with the ID 110211-O-XX000-001 Row, row, row your boat, Gently down the stream. Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily, Security is but a dream.  –Mostly by Anon. The Pentagon dreams…

Dassault Rafale vs F-22

Introduction While it is often claimed otherwise, Rafale is and always was an air superiority fighter in its basic design. In fact, three out of its original five design requirements were for air superiority, remaining two being range in attack missions and weapons load (one of air-to-air requirements was destruction of low-flying helicopters). Both aircraft…

Dassault Rafale vs Eurofighter Typhoon

Introduction This article will compare two medium-weight Eurocanards. Both aircraft trace their origins to a joint European project. In 1970s, France, Germany and United Kingdom realized a requirement for new fighter aircraft. By 1979, TKF-90 concept with cranked delta wing and close-coupled canard was developed. British engineers rejected thrust vectoring but agreed with overall concept.…