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Crossfire War - Hezbollah on Re-Supply Schedule for Next War - mid ...
NewsBlaze - Folsom,CA,USA
Night Watch: SHOMERA - Debka reports that a special Hezbollah unit, familar with the area, raided an Israeli arms and ammo store at the northern Israel Kibbutz ...

Israel has reportedly abandoned efforts to kill Hezbollah leader ...
Providence Eyewitness News - RI,USA
JERUSALEM A newspaper in Israel reports the government has quietly scrubbed a plan to assassinate the leader of Hezbollah. The paper ...

Syria defies US threat and backs Hamas, Hezbollah
Gulf Times - Doha,Qatar
DAMASCUS: Syria will keep supporting Hamas and Hezbollah despite US threats to impose more sanctions on it, a government newspaper said yesterday. ...
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Hezbollah's New Mission
Washington Institute for Near East Policy - Washington,DC,USA
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah made headlines last week when he claimed during a rally that Hezbollah still possessed 20,000 rockets and missiles after this ...

Hezbollah "an Octopus" with Tentacles Around World, Officials Say
Washington File - Washington,DC,USA
Washington –- The Lebanon-based terrorist group Hezbollah, supported and supplied by Iran and Syria, can be thought of as octopus-like, a State Department ...

Rep. Royce: Hezbollah Active in Blood Diamonds - New York,NY,USA
Congressman Ed Royce, a Republican representing Orange County, California, addressed a hearing on Hezbollah's global reach, held in Washington DC on September ...

Israelis Feel War with Hezbollah Was Lost
Angus Reid Global Scan - Vancouver,BC,Canada
- Many adults in Israel believe their country was beaten in its recent armed conflict against Hezbollah, according to a poll by Maagar Mochot. ...
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Experts Deem Hezbollah A Threat To US Interests
All Headline News - USA
Jerusalem (AHN) - Israel Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's claims of having neutralized Hezbollah as a fighting force notwithstanding, leading US counter-terrorism ...
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Israel abandons plans to kill Hezbollah leader
Ireland Online - Dublin,Ireland
Israel has quietly backed off from its plan to assassinate Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah because of the international condemnation that his killing would ...
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Panel speculates on future of Hezbollah
NYU Washington Square News - New York,NY,USA
Two experts discussed the future of Hezbollah — the Lebanese organization that achieved worldwide recognition this summer for its 43-day war with Israel ...
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27 posted on 09/30/2006 12:10:26 PM PDT by DAVEY CROCKETT (John 16:...33In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.")
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****** long but good read...
The Wild East
By Susanne Koelbl

Sheer desperation is driving many Afghans back into the arms of the fanatical Taliban movement. Once again, the holy warriors have taken control of entire regions and are seeking to ensnare the Western allies in a bloody guerilla war.

The two Western intelligence agents in Kabul can finally breathe a sigh of relief. This day, this bloody, violent day, is finally drawing to a close. It seems like the beginning of the end.

Bombs went off at hourly intervals in the Afghan capital. The first struck a military bus ferrying young Afghan soldiers downtown. Screaming, the blood-soaked officers scrambled through the shattered windows, flames licking at their uniforms. In all, 39 people were hurt. The next exploded beside a bus filled with employees from the Trade Ministry. Six civilians were seriously injured; one didn't make it to the hospital. A third blast in the eastern part of the city ripped apart another army transporter.


The militias still receive infusions of cash from sponsors in Saudi Arabia and Egypt; both rich private donors and religious foundations generously fund their cause. But the poppy fields remain the Taliban's biggest money spinners. The spokesman for the one-eyed Mullah Omar announced the summer offensive to a British reporter via satellite telephone: "When the foreigners arrive, we will turn the country into a river of blood.",1518,440017,00.html

34 posted on 09/30/2006 12:47:33 PM PDT by DAVEY CROCKETT (John 16:...33In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.")
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