This is Afghanistan, the Diggers' story

Video from the Telegraph. Details of a charity for wounded Diggers are below. - Helping Our Wounded Warriors
Soldier On is about Australians coming together to show their support for our wounded. It’s about telling our diggers that we will always have their back; that we will remember those who have come home, as well as those that have died. It’s about giving the wounded the dignity they deserve and the chance to do and be whatever they choose. Soldier On is about the ANZAC spirit, and mateship and all Australians keeping their promise to take care of our wounded warriors.

Doesn't Legacy support the wounded?

Legacy is a fantastic charity that supports the families of deceased veterans while Soldier On directly supports servicemen and women who have been wounded. Soldier On will continue to work with Legacy to support the ADF.
Diana West, What President Bush should say to us
It ... must become a part of our national will, to ensure that Islamic law does not come to our own shores, whether by means of violent jihad terrorism ... or through peaceful patterns of migration, such as those that have already Islamized large parts of Europe ...

Rather than continuing to emphasize the democratization of the Muslim Middle East as our key tool in the war on terror, I will henceforth emphasize the prevention of sharia from reaching the West as our key tool in the war on terror ...

... unregulated immigration of peoples from "sharia states" ... If such an influx continues, Islamic law will be accommodated, adopted and even legislated, at least in some jurisdictions, according to majority will. We know this to be true because such a "sharia shift" is already transforming what sociologists call post-Christian Europe into an increasingly Islamic sphere. If we do not want to see such changes here, we must act. Accordingly, I am asking Congress to amend our laws to bar further Islamic immigration, beginning with immigration from sharia states.
File under: ideas have consequences.

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