Skip to comments.GOTTA SEE THIS-War Endur.Freedom 8/30/02 Khost, Kabul,Abu Dis,Baaneh,al-Asefa,Zim Antwerp
Posted on 08/29/2002 12:32:57 PM PDT by Diogenesis
GOTTA SEE THIS - War for Enduring Freedom 8/30/02
Op.Mountain Sweep, Khost, Kabul, raisin factory, market, Children Center
Afghan prison, Kandahar, Abu Dis, Ramallah, Baaneh, Bakri clan,
Gaza, al-Asefa, human shields, Baghdad, Fallouja, Ramsey Clark, Johannesburg, Hamburg, Zim Antwerp
=== Afghanistan ===== Operation Mountain Sweep, Khost =====
In Khost, Afghanistan, electronic circuit boards and triggering devices have been found
as part of Operation Mountain Sweep.
9 people were held, and a ton of weapons and ammunition taken.
===================== Kabul ===================
In Kabul, at the raisin factory.
In Kabul, at the market.
In Kabul, at the 911 photo exhibition, organized by the US Embassy and National Gallery.
In Kabul, at the Afghan Street Working Children Center,
orphaned street children paint. and learn to write and do carpentry.
In Kabul, in an Afghan prison, Pakistani Taliban prisoners are leisurely held
unlike the Americans they murdered on 911. The Red Cross and others are working
to free these enemies of the US who have vowed to continue their war even if freed.
===================== Kandahar ===================
In Kandahar, as with some past US Presidencies, the first brother holds power.
Here Ahmed Wali Karzai (l) brother of Afghan President Hamid Karzai,
speaks with tribal leaders who petition him daily.
============== Jerusalem, Israel ===================
In Abu Dis, near Jerusalem, Israel, at the checkpoint, a Palestinian boy drinks clean water given to him
by the Israeli border police. Such policy is not seen in Arab countries where murderous terrorism
is on the front burner.
===================== Ramallah ===================
In Ramallah, Palestinian vandals make havoc, as is their way.
===================== Baaneh ===================
In Baaneh, in northern Israel, with neighboring Israeli town of Karmiel in the background.
Seven members of the Bakri clan
have been arrested for helping Palestinian homocide bombers.
===================== Gaza ===================
Graduation day at Terrorist School
In Gaza, al-Asefa is the new terrorist militia of Arafat and his Fatah terrorists.
Funded by his more than 1.3 billion dollars by the UN and the EU and Arab oil.
In Gaza, Palestinian terrorists mourn their own civilian human shields which did not
deter the IDF from attacking their murderous terrorist center.
===================== Iraq ===================
===================== Baghdad ===================
In Baghdad, Iraq, at the Fallouja-3 pesticides plant, 40 miles west of Baghdad.
Yesterday's information on this (click picture).
In Baghdad, Iraq, Ramsey Clark follows Farrakhan and violates the Logan Act,
speaking at a press conference. He reportedly begged President George W. Bush, Jr.
not to attack Iraq. He parroted the UN EU line that a US assault on
terrorism would "create more violence", when it fact it would stop terrorism.
===================== Johannesburg ===================
In Johannesburg, Jara Barghouthi, relative of Marwan Barghouti, the Palestinian
terrorist on trial in Israel, is escorted out by the South African police after she
interrupted the Jewish National Fund presentation on desertification.
===================== Hamburg ===================
In Hamburg, Germany, the Zim Antwerp was impounded.
It reportedly carried cargo under a Panamanian flag consisting
of military equipment to Iran, but which Israelis thought were going to Thailand.
Included were Israeli-made tread parts for armored vehicles.
END OF TRANSMISSION 8/30/02 .......... K
"I am NOT an ancient idiot!"
Interesting subject matter. Now, if we could get this kid an amateur radio rig, then we'll make something of that country!
Great post as usual!
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