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  • Thai Worker Killed by Gaza-Fired Rocket (OBozo's first casualty)

    03/18/2010 5:21:41 AM PDT · by red meat conservative · 4 replies · 225+ views
    Israel National News ^ | 03/18/10 | Hillel Fendel
    ( The fatal Kassam attack “caught” EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton as she was touring Gaza - but she did not condemn the leaders of Hamas or Fatah. Hamas terrorists in Gaza have fired five Kassam rockets into Israel over the past two days, and the last one killed a worker from Thailand. The employee was working in the greenhouses of Netiv HaAsarah, just north of Gaza, when the Kassam hit. A doctor was rushed to the scene, but was left with no choice but to pronounce him dead.
  • Report of Adam Gadahn Arrest

    03/07/2010 10:34:22 AM PST · by billphx · 27 replies · 120+ views
    Fox news website ^ | 3/7/2010 | unattributed
    American-Born Al Qaeda Spokesman Adam Gadahn Arrested in Pakistan
  • Rehabbing The D.C. Snipers(CNN Whitewashing)

    10/18/2007 12:10:40 PM PDT · by Califreak · 6 replies · 55+ views
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | 10/17/07 | Editorial-name not listed
    In its special marking the fifth anniversary of the sniper attacks, the network downplays the religious angle to the story in a reprise of its original shameless coverage. When news of the snipers' identity first broke, CNN anchors were so determined to avoid making the obvious connection to radical Islam that they called the lead sniper, a Muslim convert, by his old name. Police were looking for John Allen Muhammad, but CNN insisted on referring to him as John Allen Williams.
  • Children killed in Afghan blast

    07/10/2007 9:53:32 AM PDT · by Ghayyour · 1 replies · 298+ views
    BBC ^ | 10th July, 2007 | Rana Ghayyour Ahmed
    Seventeen people, including 12 schoolchildren, have been killed in a suicide bombing in south Afghanistan, the country's interior ministry says. Another 30 people were injured, some seriously, in the attack on a market place in Dehrawood in Uruzgan province, where Taleban militants are active. The bomber blew himself up near a Nato-led convoy, police said. The Nato-led international force (Isaf) said seven of its soldiers were among the injured. If the death toll is confirmed, this would be the third deadliest bomb attack in Afghanistan this year, says the BBC's Charles Haviland in Kabul. Many children were caught in the...
  • Suspicious package causes evacuation of Port Authority

    08/01/2005 9:42:53 AM PDT · by Serpentor · 9 replies · 484+ views ^ | August 1, 2005 | NEWS SERVICE REPORTS
    Suspicious package causes evacuation of Port Authority NEWS SERVICE REPORTS The Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown Manhattan resumed normal service after a suspicious package caused a partial evacuation of the building for almost two hours, an agency official said.
  • Marines Recount Dramatic Assault At Base Near Syria - Marine Thwarts Car Bomb Attack

    04/19/2005 12:54:28 AM PDT · by Former Military Chick · 17 replies · 964+ views
    Washington Post ^ | April 19, 2005 | Steve Fainaru
    Marine Lance Cpl. Joshua Butler shook himself from the rubble of a suicide truck bombing. He staggered to the ledge of his three-story guard tower and stared into a cloud of white smoke. Butler, 21, of Altoona, Pa., was temporarily deafened by the blast, but he recalled what came next with cinematic clarity. The white smoke parted to reveal a clean red fire engine. It sped past a mural bidding travelers "Goodbye From Free Iraq" and hurtled directly toward Butler, who shot at the fire engine until it exploded about 40 yards away from him. This true-life nightmare occurred on...
  • Illegal Alien Girls Held On Fear of Suicide Bombing Plot

    04/07/2005 8:10:19 AM PDT · by Destro · 10 replies · 831+ views ^ | Thursday, April 7, 2005 | Mike Pechar
    Illegal Alien Girls Held On Fear of Suicide Bombing Plot Thursday, April 7, 2005 By Mike Pechar From a report in the New York Times: Two 16-year-old girls from New York City were arrested last month and charged with immigration violations after the F.B.I. asserted that they intended to become suicide bombers, according to a government document. Both girls are illegal aliens, one from Guinea and the other from Bangladesh. The Immigration and Customs Enforcement Division has not elaborated on their arrests other than to confirm that they are in custody. According to Adem Carroll, a community activist with the...
  • Chief wants city in FBI force

    03/30/2005 9:07:08 PM PST · by Danae · 4 replies · 557+ views
    The Oregonian ^ | Wednesday, March 30, 2005 | ANNA GRIFFIN
    Chief wants city in FBI force Portland's police chief urged the mayor last month to stay in the anti-terror effort; that may hinge on a City Council vote tonight Wednesday, March 30, 2005 ANNA GRIFFIN Portland Police Chief Derrick Foxworth wants his bosses on the City Council to stay in a controversial anti-terrorism task force. In a memo sent to Mayor Tom Potter last month and made public by the mayor's office Tuesday, Foxworth warned Potter that pulling out of the FBI-led Joint Terrorism Task Force would make it extremely difficult for city police to prevent terrorism and respond to...
  • Recognize Putin as ally against terror

    09/30/2004 10:36:52 AM PDT · by Destro · 8 replies · 378+ views ^ | Thu, Sep. 30, 2004 | JIRI VALENTA and LENI VALENTA
    Posted on Thu, Sep. 30, 2004 RUSSIA Recognize Putin as ally against terror BY JIRI VALENTA and LENI VALENTA `A war has been declared against us,'' proclaimed Russia's Defense Minister Sergei Ivanov after Chechen terrorists downed two Russian planes and murdered 600 innocents at a Russian school in Ossetia. A ''full-scale war,'' said President Vladimir Putin. Yes, it's war, and tonight's presidential debate here in Miami provides a platinum opportunity for the presidential candidates to cease rehashing the Vietnam War and focus on surviving the present one. What role should Russia play in our global war on terrorism? Putin has...
  • The End of the Hudna (Belmont Club)

    08/04/2004 8:33:01 AM PDT · by Little Ray · 3 replies · 348+ views
    Belmont CLub ^ | Tuesday, August 03, 2004 | Wretchard
    A little more on this tomorrow, but for now hat tip to reader JM, who links to an article describing the landing of large quantities of small arms by the Mindanao Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), an act which may signal a resumption of hostilities against the Philippine Government. The Malaya reports that more than 1,000 rifles have been landed at two points in Mindanao (Marked in red flags on the map below. Click to expand) This may be followed by further shipments of mortars and machineguns. The Australian Broadcasting Corporation also reports that Philippine officials suspect that the truce may...

    05/27/2004 10:34:01 AM PDT · by Destro · 18 replies · 222+ views ^ | 27.5.2004. 14:25:42 | World News
    GREECE WILL ’SHOOT DOWN’ TERROR PLANES 27.5.2004. 14:25:42 Greece has vowed it will shoot down any plane attempting to target the Olympic Games in a September 11-style attack, and has pledged to offer total security at the Athens Games. Hundreds of special forces, bomb experts, snipers and sniffer dogs will secure the Olympic village where 16,000 athletes and coaches will stay during this summer's Games, officials said. Public Order Minister George Voulgarakis said NATO surveillance planes would monitor the skies. "If a renegade plane, a plane that is not on its proper course over Greece, enters restricted airspace, and does...
  • Syrians and equipment in North Korean train wreck

    05/15/2004 11:16:03 PM PDT · by halosfan2002 · 25 replies · 281+ views ^ | 5/16/2004 | Rob Williams
    North Korea exchanging seccret WMD's?
  • New breed of terror expert emerges

    05/12/2004 8:42:10 PM PDT · by Destro · 9 replies · 163+ views ^ | Sun, Apr. 25, 2004 | Richard B. Schmitt
    Posted on Sun, Apr. 25, 2004 New breed of terror expert emerges By Richard B. Schmitt LOS ANGELES TIMES PHILADELPHIA - It was a major terrorism case with a flaw. Prosecutors strongly suspected the defendants had been visiting terrorist Web sites, yet they could not prove it. The sites had disappeared from the Internet. But Evan Kohlmann had them, stored on the computer in his studio apartment here. In part because of his testimony, the defendants were all convicted last month in federal court in Virginia on charges of supporting terrorism. Kohlmann, 25 and finishing law school, represents an eclectic...
  • Democrat Leaders now have American Blood on their hands

    05/11/2004 11:19:39 AM PDT · by MNJohnnie · 4 replies · 142+ views
    John Knight
    Well it has happened. The dangerous demagogary of the Democrat Party leadership and it's hyperventilation over the Iraqi Prisoner abuse has now lead to the execution of an American Hostage in Iraq. I ask that each of you take a minute to write the Democratic Senators and point out to these morons that their political grandstanding, along with the other Democratic Party leaders, is directly responsible for this death. The Democratic Senators are an embarassment to their States, their Offices and themselves. There is now American Blood on the hands of the Democratic Leadership from John Kerry to Mark Dayton....
  • U.N.: Al Qaeda sanctions failing

    12/02/2003 9:29:14 AM PST · by Kay Soze · 4 replies · 124+ views
    CNN ^ | December 2, 2003 | CNN Staff
    <p>UNITED NATIONS (CNN) --A lack of international cooperation and resolve is holding back efforts to stem the flow of money, arms and supporters to al Qaeda, a U.N. report has warned.</p> <p>As a result the terror network blamed for the September 11 attacks on the United States is continuing to grow, with Iraq in particular becoming a "fertile ground", the report said.</p>
  • Islamists trained in rural France

    11/27/2003 7:59:36 PM PST · by Destro · 10 replies · 110+ views ^ | Friday November 28, 2003 | Jon Henley
    Islamists trained in rural France Jon Henley in Paris Friday November 28, 2003 The Guardian French Islamist militants, who later spent time in al-Qaida military camps in Pakistan and Afghanistan and went on to became soldiers of the jihad, underwent their first group training exercises in the bucolic surroundings of the forest of Fontainebleau, investigators said yesterday. "We call them the Old Campers," said a police officer working with judge Jean-Louis Bruguière, France's leading anti-terrorist investigating magistrate. "They trained in the forest near Paris, and also in the Alps near Annecy. At least one later died fighting with al-Qaida and...
  • How the British broke the Thugs of India and how to apply those methods against terrorists

    07/24/2003 10:39:12 PM PDT · by Destro · 97 replies · 10,223+ views ^ |
    Sir William Henry Sleeman 1788 - 1856 On a hot spring morning in 1831, a strange company was encamped just outside the village of Selohda, in northern India. Several large tents, a number of horses, and some bullock carts contained the provisions for an English officer, a blue-eyed, resolute gentleman in his early 40s, and his young French wife. Attending them were more than a dozen Indian soldiers, or nujeebs, who kept careful watch over a tall, well-built young Indian man with the bearing of nobility, who wore heavy ankle shackles. A small crowd of curious villagers was also gathering....
  • Clinton Lauds Clark's Presidential Credentials

    06/28/2003 6:39:44 PM PDT · by Destro · 22 replies · 201+ views ^ | Jun 28, 2003 | AP
    Clinton Lauds Clark's Presidential CredentialsEx-President Says Comments Not Meant As Endorsement Former President Clinton says the man who ran a war for him would do a good job running the country too. Clinton says Wesley Clark would make a fine president, if he ran. The former president tells The Associated Press that's not an endorsement of his fellow Arkansan -- just a statement that he's always been impressed with the retired Army general. Clinton says Clark "has always exceeded in every endeavor" -- pointing out Clark's role as NATO commander during the 1999 Kosovo air war. Clark has been thinking...
  • TERRORISM: Syrian Suicide Bombers in Turkey

    04/21/2003 8:08:27 AM PDT · by Destro · 3 replies · 220+ views ^ | April 20, 2003 | Q & D Headlines
    TERRORISM: Syrian Suicide Bombers in Turkey April 20, 2003: Turkey reported a suicide bomb attack in Silopi yesterday. Turkish security personnel arrested a second would-be suicide bomber. There were no reports of casualties. A subsequent report said both of the suicide bombers were Syrians. This is highly unusual, as the Turks have long made it clear to the Syrians that the Turkish army would move south into Syria if the Syrians supported any kind of terrorist activity in Turkey. This is the traditional relationship between the Syrians and Turks and no Syrian has ever advocated trying to take on the...
  • The new American era of peace through power

    04/11/2003 3:33:30 PM PDT · by Kay Soze · 2 replies · 297+ views
    National Post ^ | April 11,2003 | Robert Fulford
    Friday » April 11 » 2003 Baghdad falls The new American era of peace through power Robert Fulford National Post National Post columnist Robert Fulford explains how the war in Iraq marks a turning point in world history. - - - A monstrous bronze version of Saddam Hussein, its elephantine arm outstretched, towered above Paradise Square in the core of Baghdad, one of the hundreds of self-glorifying symbols that he installed in his capital and across the country to tell the world that he was omnipresent as well as all-powerful, the only man of consequence in the Republic of Iraq....