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  • Obama no longer a Democrat

    09/14/2013 9:55:28 AM PDT · by george76 · 36 replies
    Shoebat Foundation ^ | September 13, 2013 | Keith Davies
    Now that the presidential election of last year is in the distant past, it appears that Obama may have abandoned his domestic agenda and is now squarely focused on the Middle East, or to be more accurate, the “Muslim Agenda”. What is this agenda? The answer is simple – the Caliphate. Obama is setting up the Caliphate as quickly as possible for his Sunni Muslim Brotherhood brethren ... Ed Klein wrote a book about Obama called “The Amateur” .. Klein interviewed Obama’s former Reverend, Jeremiah Wright .. Wright stated that he guided Obama to accept Christianity without affecting his faith...
  • Revealed: Ringleader behind 'al-Qaeda attack that killed U.S. ambassador was former Guantanamo...

    09/19/2012 10:57:52 PM PDT · by Justaham · 7 replies
    dailymail.co.uk ^ | 9/19/12 | Michael Zennie
    Original title: Revealed: Ringleader behind 'al-Qaeda attack that killed U.S. ambassador was former Guantanamo inmate handed over to Libya by America' -------------------- A former al-Qaeda terrorist released from Guantanamo Bay is believed to be the leader of the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans, including the US Ambassador, it was revealed on Wednesday. Sufyan Ben Qumu, who was reportedly once Osama bin Laden's driver, was let out of the US military detention center in Cuba in 2007 and turned over to the government of Muammar Gaddafi on the condition he be kept behind bars....
  • Saudi Arabia Frees 1,500 'Sorry' Al Qaeda Terrorists

    11/28/2007 10:27:05 AM PST · by STARWISE · 32 replies · 120+ views
    Fox News ^ | John Gibson
    JOHN GIBSON, CO-HOST: It is the big outrage. Fifteen hundred terrorists are on the loose after Saudi Arabia sets them free. The United States just gave the kingdom big props for taking part in today's high-stakes summit to broker a peace between neighboring Israelis and Palestinians but the same country that is attempting to make the world a better place has just made the world a more dangerous place. JAIME COLBY, GUEST CO-HOST: The homeland of Osama bin Laden and 16 of the 9/11 hijackers reportedly releasing more than a thousand terrorists and you will not believe the reason why....
  • US-Sunni Alliance In Iraq Taking Shape

    06/01/2007 8:19:23 AM PDT · by ASC2006 · 40 replies · 945+ views
    Several indications point to US progress at co-opting Iraq's Sunni minority, which has been the backbone of the insurgency in that country. Tired of the random violence wrought by al Qaeda terrorists, some Sunni political leaders and communities appear to be allying themselves with the US in an effort to rid themselves of al Qaeda. If those trends are confirmed, they could amount to a key watershed for the US mission. Meanwhile, US military leaders have sought to arrange separate ceasefires with different Sunni groups. The Washington Times reports, "A battle raged yesterday in western Baghdad after residents rose up...
  • Saddam dossier "in a few weeks" (Blair, - my title)

    09/03/2002 7:27:17 AM PDT · by Mohammed El-Shahawi · 28 replies · 339+ views
    Yahoo UK ^ | 9/3/02 | Yahoo UK
    Blair: Iraq Is Real Threat Prime Minister Tony Blair has strengthened his support for a possible US-led attack on Iraq, saying the country "poses a real and unique threat".Mr Blair made the pledge whilst facing the Press at an open forum in his Sedgefield constituency. "I believe it is in the United Kingdom's national interest that the issue is addressed," he said. Constant dialogue The Prime Minister said "America should not face the issue alone" and promised "the fullest possible debate will take part in Parliament and elsewhere". "The rest of the world has a responsibility, not just America," he...
  • Israel to expel militants' relatives (PRICE OF SUICIDE BOMBING: UP)

    09/03/2002 5:20:12 AM PDT · by MadIvan · 43 replies · 370+ views
    BBC News ^ | September 3, 2002 | BBC News
    Israel's Supreme Court has approved the expulsion of relatives of a Palestinian militant from the West Bank to the Gaza Strip. In a landmark ruling, a nine-judge panel upheld an order issued last month against the brother and sister of a Palestinian suspected of organising suicide bombings. It said a third Palestinian related to another militant suspected of two shooting attacks near a Jewish settlement in the West Bank should be set free. Palestinian officials called the decision a "black day for human rights" and said they might file a complaint with the UN Security Council and the International Criminal...
  • Syria 'harbours bin Laden's men' (YOU'RE NEXT, ASSAD)

    09/03/2002 5:36:37 AM PDT · by MadIvan · 18 replies · 430+ views
    The Daily Telegraph ^ | September 3, 2002 | Alan Philps
    Israel accused Syria yesterday of allowing up to 200 militants linked to Osama bin Laden's al-Qa'eda network to settle in southern Lebanon. The newspaper Ha'aretz, quoting "various intelligence services", said Syria had also provided sanctuary for bin Laden's son, Omar, before and after the September 11 attacks in America. The leader of the September 11 hijackers, Mohamed Atta, visited Syria two or three times, the newspaper said. The information was published amid rising tension between Israel and Syria, following the death of an Israeli soldier in a raid by Syrian-backed Hizbollah guerrillas across the Lebanese border. Benjamin Ben-Eliezer, the Israeli...
  • Kuwait breaks ranks on Saddam

    09/01/2002 5:43:08 PM PDT · by Ranger · 140 replies · 753+ views
    Telegraph ^ | 9/2/02
    Kuwait became the first Arab state yesterday to signal support for a US-led military coalition against Iraq, in marked contrast to the caution shown by other countries in the region. The Kuwaiti foreign minister, Sheikh Mohammed Sabah Salem al-Sabah, told The Telegraph: "While Saddam Hussein continues to keep Kuwaiti prisoners of war, and continues to televise threats against Kuwait, we consider the war against Iraq to have never ended."The sheikh's comments serve as encouragement for a Washington administration struggling to convince the international community of the need for military action.Saudi Arabia, which America used as a base during the 1991...
  • Israeli missile strike kills 5 Palestinians

    08/31/2002 9:15:07 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 55 replies · 330+ views
    Reuters | Saturday, August 31, 2002
    JENIN, West Bank, Aug 31 (Reuters) - Israeli helicopter gunships ambushed a car in the West Bank on Saturday, killing three Palestinian militants and two children with a double missile strike, Palestinian witnesses and medical officials said. They said two Apache helicopters struck at Tubas village near Jenin in the afternoon, obliterating the vehicle and its occupants, including a nine-year-old boy and a girl, also 9. But some residents of Tubas said the children were outside the car, felled by flying debris which also wounded seven other people. The three other people killed were men belonging either to the Islamic...
  • 600 Russian experts start working on key phase of Iran nuclear reactor

    09/01/2002 8:51:52 AM PDT · by knighthawk · 12 replies · 427+ views
    About 600 Russian experts started work Sunday on a key phase of the US$800 million project to set up a nuclear reactor in Iran. "We have reached the stage of assembling our reactor and the turbine," Viktor Kozlov, managing director of Atomstroiexport company was quoted as telling ITAR-Tass news agency. Kozlov told ITAR-Tass that as construction of the nuclear plant in Iran enters its final stage "the number of Russian specialists will rise and will reach 2,000 people by year-end," he said. The U.S. administration has expressed concern that the planned 1,000 megawatt reactor in Bushehr will help advance Iran's...
  • Iraq to dispatch emissaries to several European states

    09/01/2002 8:20:47 AM PDT · by knighthawk · 2 replies · 320+ views
    Iraq is due to dispatch envoys to European capitals, including Paris and Berlin, to explain its stance against US plots to overthrow the regime, Vice President Taha Yassin Ramadan said. "Iraq is going to send emissaries to several European countries, including France and Germany, to explain the scale of American threats against the Iraqi people and the dangers they pose to world peace and security," Ramadan told the official Iraq News Agency (INA) Sunday. He added French and German opposition to US schemes to strike Iraq without seeking a new UN mandate "mean that European countries are aware of the...
  • 5 Arab Terrorists Killed

    09/01/2002 2:12:06 AM PDT · by eclectic · 12 replies · 323+ views
    IDF forces killed 5 Arab terrorists over the weekend. Early this morning troops killed four members of a terror cell during in an exchange of gunfire in a field south of Hevron. The Arabs were making their way towards a Jewish community in order to attempt an infiltration. Soldiers found wire-cutting tools in their possession. On Saturday afternoon air-force helicopter gunships fired air-to-surface missiles at the car of an Al-Aksa Brigade terrorist in the PLO-controlled town of Tubas, near Shechem, killing him along with four other Arabs. Security officials say that the terrorist, identified as Rafat Daraghmeh, was planning an...
  • Ryanair hijacker trained as pilot in US (MORE ON UK HIJACK PLOT)

    09/01/2002 1:38:58 AM PDT · by MadIvan · 45 replies · 477+ views
    The Daily Telegraph ^ | September 1, 2002 | David Bamber and Julian Isherwood
    The Muslim convert accused of trying to hijack a Ryanair plane from Sweden to Stansted attended an American flying school leaving with a qualification to pilot light aircraft. The revelation that Kerim Chatty, 29, had taken flying lessons in the US - just like the September 11 terrorists - came as detectives investigated reports that he was planning to crash the plane into an American embassy in Europe, possibly London. An intelligence officer in Sweden told Reuters: "We know for sure that the plan was to crash the plane into a US embassy in Europe." If London were the target,...
  • Hasan Yousef Arrested by Israelis

    08/31/2002 11:42:47 AM PDT · by Mensch · 78 replies · 440+ views
    Just breaking on Fox news