Soccer Bombing Should Not Prompt More US Meddling

The synchronized and unconscionable bombings by the Somali group al-Shabab –  of people doing nothing more than watching soccer games in Kampala, Uganda – counterintuitively illustrates why the United States should not be fighting Islamic militancy worldwide. Many of America’s editorial writers are screaming for stepped-up U.S. counterterrorism strikes in Somalia against the group. This … Continue reading “Soccer Bombing Should Not Prompt More US Meddling”