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  • AP and Reuters photographer Bilal Hussein colludes with insurgents

    10/05/2005 9:47:55 AM PDT · by ajolympian2004 · 8 replies · 660+ views
    Sir Humphrey's blog ^ | Wednesday, October 05, 2005 | Al
    AP and Reuters photographer Bilal Hussein colludes with insurgents This is both disgusting and absurd. I was flicking through a Yahoo Photos thread called "US Military" when I came across six photos of the same small group of 'insurgents' posing for the photographer. The photos originate from both Reuters and Associated Press and are dated October 3rd, 2005. Reuters attributes the photos to 'Stringer', while AP attributes them to 'Bilal Hussein'. Note the distinctive yellow piping is common to all photos, though I'm unsure if the same alley is featured in all six. (1) Source (Reuters). "Excuse me Mr...
  • Britain Says Man Killed by Police Had No Tie to Bombings

    07/24/2005 5:58:19 AM PDT · by DJ Taylor · 31 replies · 701+ views
    The New York Times ^ | July 24, 2005 | ALAN COWELL and DON VAN NATTA Jr.
    LONDON, July 23 - Scotland Yard admitted Saturday that a man police officers gunned down at point-blank range in front of horrified subway passengers on Friday had nothing to do with the investigation into the bombing attacks here. Scotland Yard Challenged by Missteps in Bombing Inquiry (July 24, 2005) The man was identified by police as Jean Charles de Menezes, a 27-year-old Brazilian, described by officers as an electrician on his way to work. "He was not connected to incidents in central London on 21st July, 2005, in which four explosive devices were partly detonated," a police statement said.
  • MACEDONIA: Ethnic Albanian Rebel Leader Rejects Surrender Offer

    07/19/2005 2:54:36 PM PDT · by joan · 2 replies · 216+ views
    SEEUROPE ^ | July 18, 2005
    The Macedonian police have been given the green light to arrest members of the armed group headed by Agim Krasniqi. His group has been deployed in the village of Kondovo near Skopje for several months now. Ali Ahmeti, former Albanian leader in Macedonia and now head of the ruling DUI [BDI in Albanian] has urged Krasniqi to surrender to the police. Ahmeti has offered Krasniqi guarantees that his trial will be fair and that his life will not be threatened. Agim Krasniqi has turned down Ahmeti's offer. 'I do not trust Ahmeti at all. Let him worry about his mates...
  • Dr. Jerome Corsi on Laurie Roth show tonight

    05/03/2005 10:55:50 AM PDT · by USMale · 221+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | May 3, 2005 | Jerome R. Corsi
    Dr. Jerome R. Corsi, a Harvard University graduate of political science and author of “Unfit for Command” will be a guest tonight on the nationally syndicated “Laurie Roth Show” to reveal how the terrorist regime in Iran bought the bomb and American politicians as documented in his new best seller “Atomic Iran”. Dr. Corsi exposes the deficit of religious freedom in Iran and how it has led to tyranny. With the reconstruction in Iraq under way and the distraction of the U.S. presidential election behind us, focus will once again turn to a gathering threat—The Islamic Republic of Iran. A...
  • The War's Far from Won: Harvey Kushner homes in on the home front.

    02/16/2005 4:06:25 PM PST · by madfly · 30 replies · 795+ views
    The National Review ^ | Feb. 7, 2005 | Q&A by Kathryn Jean Lopez
    Q&A by Kathryn Jean Lopez"If we don't wake up to this, we could lose it all," that's Harvey Kushner's message to Americans — and American intelligence officials. Harvey Kushner is a familiar face to many Fox viewers. The terrorism expert is a frequent TV commentator. In his full-time work in terrorism prevention, he has been a consultant to major government agencies including the FBI, INS, and U.S. Customs. Kushner's most recent book is Holy War on the Home Front: The Secret Islamic Terror Network in the United States, written with Bart Davis.Kushner recently answered some of NRO editor Kathryn...
  • Ali Sina: 4 Slain and the Media is Silent [RELIGION OF PEACE ALERT]

    01/17/2005 5:59:48 AM PST · by conservativecorner · 175 replies · 3,216+ views
    Jihad Watch ^ | Jan. 17, 2005 | Unknown
    The indefatigable Ali Sina of Faith Freedom on the New Jersey murders: Last year a big part of the news in America was about a basketball player and his escapade with a woman who first solicited to have sex with him and then accused him of rape. The news was all over the media. Why such silly incident should be newsworthy is not clear. But the whole accusation and trial was televised and broadcasted by every single media outlet in America ad nauseam. The same circus was played in the case of the pop singer Michael Jackson and his child...
  • Even In The Best Of Families

    11/14/2004 6:53:29 AM PST · by 2ThumbsUp · 16 replies · 1,013+ views
    Nationalreview.com ^ | November 10, 2004 | Michael Ledeen
    "known as a relaxed, friendly and intelligent young man," a good student, a volunteer social worker, and a serious student of Information Technology. He came from a close family, That's what happens when a culture is relativized to the point of suicide. As Daniel Patrick Moynihan once remarked of an American politician, "he can no longer distinguish between our friends and our enemies, and so he has ended by adopting our enemies' view of the world."
  • Jury gets Muhammad case (DC Sniper)

    11/14/2003 4:22:33 AM PST · by putupon · 4 replies · 258+ views
    Richmond Times Dispatch ^ | Nov 14, 2003 | KIRAN KRISHNAMURTHY AND BILL GEROUX
    <p>VIRGINIA BEACH - A jury this morning will start weighing the capital-murder case against John Allen Muhammad, who prosecutors said was the captain of a "killing team" that cut a trail of terror from the Washington suburbs to the Richmond area.</p>
  • Hamas Leader Survives Israeli Attack

    06/10/2003 2:12:43 AM PDT · by Bobby777 · 58 replies · 216+ views
    Yahoo! News - AP ^ | 6/10/2003 | By IBRAHIM BARZAK, Associated Press Writer
    GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip - Israel targeted a Hamas leader, Abdel Aziz Rantisi, in a missile strike Tuesday and injured him in the leg, doctors said. Two dozen people were hurt. The missile strike jeopardized efforts to persuade militant groups, including Hamas, to halt attacks on Israelis. It also appeared to violate the spirit of a U.S.-backed peace plan, as part of which Israel promised to refrain from actions that undermine trust. There was no immediate Israeli comment. Hamas quickly threatened revenge. "This crime will not pass," said Mahmoud Zahar, another Hamas leader. He said there would be more attacks...
  • Weeks Before 1995 Oklahoma Bombing, Government Warned of Possible Terror Attacks

    06/20/2002 10:39:50 AM PDT · by I_Publius · 97 replies · 1,302+ views
    Associated Press ^ | 20 June 2002 | John Solomon
    Jun 20, 2002 Weeks Before 1995 Oklahoma Bombing, Government Warned of Possible Terror Attacks on Federal Buildings By John SolomonAssociated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - Just weeks before Timothy McVeigh bombed the Oklahoma City federal building in 1995, U.S. authorities received several warnings that Islamic terrorists were seeking to strike on American soil and that a likely target was government buildings, documents show. The information, though it was never linked to McVeigh, was stark enough that the Clinton administration urged stepped-up security patrols and screening at federal buildings nationwide, including those in Oklahoma. The government, however, didn't fortify buildings...
  • Pakistan's Nuclear Forces, 2001

    03/18/2002 12:10:52 PM PST · by henbane · 3 replies · 274+ views
    Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists ^ | Jan-Feb, 2002 | Robert S. Norris et al
    January/February 2002Vol. 58, No.1, pp. 70–71Pakistan's Nuclear Forces, 2001 [Emphasis added] It is extremely difficult to estimate the number and types of nuclear weapons in Pakistan's arsenal. Outside experts estimate the country has between 24 and 48 nuclear weapons. The weapons are based on an implosion design that uses a solid core of highly enriched uranium, requiring an estimated 15–20 kilograms per warhead. Seismic measurements of the tests conducted on May 28 and 30, 1998, suggest that the yields were on the order of 9–12 kilotons and 4–6 kilotons respectively, lower than Islamabad announced. Chinese tests in the 1960s...