Mr. Baird, how are Saudi Arabia’s beheadings different from Islamic State’s?

It’s something the Canadian Foreign Minister still fails to grasp.

On Wednesday, the same day that John Baird was greeted warmly by his Saudi Arabian counterpart to discuss coordinated efforts to combat Islamic State militants (also known as ISIS or ISIL), a Saudi court judge decided to pass a death sentence against a leading opposition figure on charges of sedition and “breaking allegiance to the king.”

The “Leading Opposition Figure” the author refers to is a Khomeinist Mullah. But she has a point, ISIS, Saudi Arabia and Iran are all terrorists and we should consider taking them all out.