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Skip to comments.Threat Matrix: Daily Terror Threat - Thread Twenty-Nine
Posted on 08/06/2005 4:45:21 PM PDT by nwctwx
Threat Matrix HTML designed by: Ian Livingston
ping to TM #29
ping to TM #29
Thank you Ian!
ON THE NET...
THANK YOU nw.
BTW: The History Channel is running a special on the A-Bomb, as is Sundance... probably others tonight as well.
I hope they stick to history and not slanted propaganda.
INTERNET-HAGANAH.US: "NEW GIMF FLASH RELEASED" (ARTICLE SNIPPET: "It's a re-posting of a message from Bin Laden. Target list includes the USA, Britain, France, Italy, Canada, Germany and Australia.") (July 17, 2005) (Read More...)
GUARDIAN.co.uk: "UN ALERT AS NUCLEAR PLANS GO MISSING Blueprints Disclosing Key Steps to Build a Bomb Feared Up For Sale" by Ian Traynor in Vienna (June 9, 2005) (Read More...) (Note: This url may expire.)
RewardsForJustice.net - "WANTED": "MUSTAFA SETMARIAM NASAR (Mustafa Sitmaryan Nassar") (Note: "Aliases: Abu Musab al-Suri, Umar Abd al-Hakim") (View Photos; Read More...)
FBI.gov - Seeking Information: "ADNAN G. EL SHUKRIJUMAH" (ALIASES: "Adnan G. El Shukri Jumah; Abu Arif; Ja'far Al-Tayar; Jaffar Al-Tayyar; Jafar Tayar; Jaafar Al-Tayyar") (VIEW POSTER. Click Here.)
A discussion on FREEREPUBLIC.com regarding a DALLAS MORNING NEWS article via KANSAS CITY STAR: "FBI BULLETIN OUTLINES POSSIBLE TERRORIST PLOT AT TEXAS BORDER" (ARTICLE SNIPPET: "The plot, according to uncorroborated information provided by an FBI informant, involves a man, described as an Arab who goes by the nickname "El Espanol," and Ernesto Zatarin Beliz, also known as El Traca, a reputed Mexican drug trafficker and member of the Zetas, the feared enforcers of the notorious Gulf cartel.") (July 17, 2005) (Read More...)
WorldNetDaily.com: Washington - "MEXICAN DRUG COMMANDOS EXPAND OPS IN 6 US STATES" (ARTICLE SNIPPET: "The ultra-violent, U.S.-trained elite, Mexican paramilitary commandos known as the "Zetas," responsible for hundreds of murders along the border this year, have expanded their enforcement efforts on behalf of a drug cartel by setting up trafficking routes in six U.S. states. A U.S. Justice Department memo says the U.S.-trained units have recently moved operations into Houston, San Antonio and the states of California, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Georgia and Florida. They have been operating in Dallas for at least two years, according to the feds.") (June 21, 2005) (Read More...)
A Discussion on FREEREPUBLIC.com regarding an AP article via KRON4.com: Washington - "CRACKDOWN NETS 103 MEMBERS OF HONDURAN GANG KNOWN AS MS-13" (Read More...)
MEMRI.org - Special Dispatch Series - No. 929: "Al-Arabiya TV Report: Iranian Volunteer Suicide Bomber Organization of 40,000 'Time Bombs; Recruited to Target Americans in Iraq and Israel" (July 6, 2005) (Read More...)
MEMRI TV.org - Transcript - Clip No. 736: "ON THE IRANIAN MOVEMENT OF 'MARTYRDOM SEEKERS'" (ARTICLE SNIPPET: "TRANSCRIPT SNIPPET: "The following are excerpts from a report about the movement of "martyrdom seekers" in Iran. Al-Arabiya TV aired this report on July 2, 2005.) (Read More...)
WASHINGTON TIMES.com: "TB SEEN IN MANY ALIENS, STUDY SAYS" by Jennifer Harper (June 8, 2005) (Read More...)
CDC.gov - Special Pathogens Branch: "MARBURG HEMORRHAGIC FEVER" (Read More...)
A Discussion on FREEREPUBLIC.com: "MARBURG SURVEILLANCE PROJECT THREAD II" (Ongoing) (Read More...)
CDC.gov: "AVIAN INFLUENZA (BIRD FLU)" (Read More...)
A Discussion on FREEREPUBLIC.com: "AVIAN FLU SURVEILLANCE PROJECT" (Ongoing) (Read More...)
INTERPOL.int: "BIOTERRORISM" (Read More...)
INTERNET-HAGANAH.US (NJ.com): "'IT COULD MEAN NOTHING OR IT COULD BE PRE-OPERATIONAL SURVEILLANCE' Incidents Intensify Hospital Vigilance" (July 17, 2005) (Read More...)
"Government Warns Hospitals of Terror Threat"
KVML Radio 1450 AM ^ | 7/25/05 | Eric Nelson
Posted on 07/25/2005 5:29:42 PM PDT by gopwinsin04
The Terrorist Score Card is very interesting. I thought we were doing well in Afghanistan, but maybe not.
I'm not endorsing astrology by posting the article below. I'm just trying to see how the "other side" thinks.
You're aces, Ian.
ALL ABOUT THE TERRORIST EVENTS (AND RELATED TERROR) IN LONDON (Note: This thread is updated daily.)
"Terror Strike- London!"
various FR links & stories | 07-07-05 | t
Posted on 07/07/2005 10:21:18 AM PDT by backhoe
Thanks Oorang for post no. 15.
Ping to post no. 15.
BAGHDAD - A letter allegedly written by a member of Al Qaeda in Iraq to its country head Abu Mosab Al Zarqawi suggests that there was dissent in the ranks of fighters operating out of Mosul, according to excerpts provided in a statement by the US military on Saturday.
In the letter that the US says it discovered July 27 during a raid on a home in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, the author Abu Zayd complained of poor local leadership in the organization and the mistreatment of foreign fighters.
This is a clarification of what has become of the situation in Mosul, and it is no secret to you the noticeable decrease in the attacks carried out by the mujahideen from not long ago when Mosul was in the hands of the mujahideen, wrote Abu Zayd.
The most recent wave of bloody attacks in the city occurred in late June.
Among the charges Abu Zayd levels at the leadership, according to the summary provided by the statement, are the incompetence of the Mosul leadership, disobedience of troops and the squandering of funds.
His woes include the deplorable conditions suffered by non-Iraqi fighters including bad pay, housing problems and marginalisation within the organisation. The statement did not give Abu Zayds nationality.
It also said attacks lack diversity and that there was a focus on quantity not quality.
A similar letter by a cell leader who fought in Fallujah was found in May in Baghdad, said the statement.
The tone of the excerpts provided from Abu Zayds letter is markedly different from the expressions of pride and strength of Al Qaeda in messages that claim responsibility for attacks and appear on web sites used by Islamists.
The authenticity of those messages, and that attributed to Abu Zayd, could not be verified.
The statement also said six terrorist suspects were detained in the raid.
You're welcome. Thanks for posting the links to other ongoing threads (Post 17). That sure makes it handy.
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