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  • Bin Laden Zombie Film Coming This Summer

    02/12/2012 8:56:51 AM PST · by DogByte6RER · 17 replies · 1+ views
    ABC News ^ | Feb. 8 , 2012 | RANDY KREIDER
    Bin Laden Zombie Film Coming This Summer A Utah production company announced today that it has shot a movie based on the premise that Osama bin Laden rises from his watery grave and leads an army of zombie terrorists in a violent jihad of the undead. In the feature-length film, "Osombie: The Axis of Evil Dead," a NATO Special Forces unit races to defeat zombie bin Laden and his flesh-seeking militia, while also stopping the infection from spreading to even more terrorist corpses. According to the film's executive producer, Kynan Griffin, the script was written before the real al Qaeda...
  • Eden Prairie (MN) grad funded terror group in Somalia

    02/06/2012 8:34:17 PM PST · by ButThreeLeftsDo · 4 replies · 2+ views ^ | 2/6/12 | Dan Browning
    An Eden Prairie High School graduate pleaded guilty Monday to providing material support to Al-Shabab, a Somali group designated as a terrorist organization by the U.S. government. Ahmed Hussein Mahamud, 27, now living in Westerville, Ohio, admitted to raising up to $1,500 under false pretenses to help send Al-Shabab recruits from the Twin Cities to Somalia. He also admitted that he and two co-conspirators wired $200 of those funds to Somalia so someone he knew there could buy guns. Mahamud, a Somali native and naturalized U.S. citizen, faces up to 15 years for his role in the conspiracy when he...
  • US paints false picture of Afghan war: officer

    02/06/2012 3:50:16 PM PST · by ColdOne · 16 replies ^ | 2/6/12 | Breitbart/AFP
    A US Army officer has accused the American military of painting a misleading picture of progress in the war in Afghanistan while glossing over the Kabul government's many failings. Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Davis deliberately broke ranks with the official portrayal of the war after spending a year in the country, issuing a grim assessment and accusing his superiors of covering up the harsh realities that plague the mission. "What I saw bore no resemblance to rosy official statements by US military leaders about conditions on the ground," Davis wrote in an article published in Armed Forces Journal, a private newspaper...
  • Obama Dinner to Mark End of Iraq War (Dinner with the king, but no parade)

    02/05/2012 5:39:35 PM PST · by kristinn · 44 replies
    USA Today | Sunday, February 5, 2012 | Gregg Zoroya
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  • From US private school student to al-Qaida agent

    02/05/2012 6:06:17 PM PST · by Cindy · 20 replies
    (AP) via ^ | Wednesday, January 18, 2012 11:59 PST | GENE JOHNSON and CHRIS BRUMMITT, Associated Press
    SNIPPET: "Moeed Abdul Salam didn't descend into radical Islam for lack of other options. He grew up in a well-off Texas household, attended a pricey boarding school and graduated from one of the state's most respected universities." SNIPPET: "It is not clear to what extent Salam's family knew of his radicalism, but on his Facebook page the month before he died, he posted an image of Anwar al-Awalki, the American al-Qaida leader who was killed in a U.S. drone strike in Yemen, beside a burning American flag." SNIPPET: "The family, originally from Pakistan, immigrated to the U.S. decades ago."

    02/02/2012 9:30:15 PM PST · by Steve Newton · 12 replies · 1+ views
    Silver Star Families of America ^ | 2012 | Steve Newton
    The founder of the Silver Star Families of America, a nonprofit organization that assists the wounded, injured and ill of our Armed Forces, came out today in an angry defense of retired three star General Boykin.
  • What The Boykin Incident Reveals

    “How could one chase a thousand, And two put ten thousand to flight, Unless their Rock had sold them, And the LORD had given them up?(Deuteronomy 32:30)One man of you shall chase a thousand: for the LORD your God, he it is that fighteth for you, as he hath promised you.(Joshua 23;10)A righteous man falling down before the wicked is as a troubled fountain, and a corrupt spring.(Proverbs 25:26)Recently a controversy surrounded General Jerry Boykin. The retired General had been invited to speak at a multi faith prayer breakfast at West Point, until an uproar arose from Islamic “civil Rights”...
  • Philippine military 'kills three wanted militants'

    02/02/2012 5:51:15 AM PST · by csvset · 2 replies
    BBC ^ | 2 Feb 2012 | Wire
    The Philippine military says it has killed three senior militants from al-Qaeda-linked groups in a raid in the south of the country. The air raid took place on Thursday in an area known as a militant stronghold. Officials said two Jemaah Islamiyah (JI) leaders and one Abu Sayyaf leader were among a total of 15 people killed. Malaysian Zulkifli bin Hir, or Marwan, who was on the US FBI's most wanted list with a $5m (£3.2m) reward offered for his capture, was reported killed. According to the military, the militants were killed in the town of Parang on Jolo island,...
  • ‘What’s Coming?’: This Is the GBTV Segment That Has Glenn Beck ‘Scared’

    02/02/2012 11:36:29 AM PST · by Errant · 92 replies
    The Blaze ^ | February 1, 2012 | Glenn Beck
    Last night, we brought you Glenn Beck’s commentary regarding the establishment of an Islamic caliphate (something he says Islamists “are succeeding” at accomplishing). Now, we have a report by Beck’s expert panel on radical Islam, including Retired Lt. Gen. William G. Boykin, CBN News’ Erick Stakelbeck and Frank Gaffney from the Center for Security Policy. The group discussed the potential calamity and international unrest that may be coming as a result of the growing prominence of radical Islamists. And it’s a segment that Beck categorized as “scary” on Thursday morning.
  • Source: Plans to turn over Taliban Gitmo detainees in works

    02/02/2012 5:44:03 AM PST · by nuconvert · 17 replies
    FOX ^ | Catherine Herridge
    The Obama administration has taken “operational steps” to move five Taliban leaders from Guantanamo Bay as part of a confidence-building measure to further peace talks with the Afghan Taliban – a development that comes in advance of a hearing Thursday where senior intelligence officials will testify on national security threats, a senior congressional official told Fox News. The five detainees were said to be "hand-picked" by the Taliban preparing for the talks. The Taliban transfer issue will be a significant focus of the hearing on worldwide threats. Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Mich., chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, said ahead of...
  • Update: CAIR Applauds West Point Prayer Breakfast Withdrawal of General Critical of Islam

    02/01/2012 3:10:37 PM PST · by opentalk · 23 replies
    The Blaze ^ | January 30, 2012 | Tiffany Gabby
    A retired U.S. lieutenant general who made comments some consider disparaging to Islam withdrew Monday from speaking at a West Point prayer breakfast after a progressive veterans’ advocacy group — — along with the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) asked the Army chief of staff to rescind the invitation.Last week The Blaze reported told Gen. Raymond Odierno in a letter that allowing retired Lt. Gen. William G. Boykin to speak at West Point next week would be anathema to Army values and disrespectful to Muslim cadets. According to the Associate Press, late Monday afternoon, West Point issued a...
  • U.S. military says Taliban set to retake power: report

    01/31/2012 8:01:44 PM PST · by Innovative · 17 replies
    Reuters ^ | Jan. 31, 2012 | Reuters
    The United States military has said in a secret report that the Taliban, backed by Pakistan, are set to retake control over Afghanistan after NATO-led forces withdraw from the country, Britain's Times of London newspaper said Wednesday. "Many Afghans are already bracing themselves for an eventual return of the Taliban," the newspaper said, quoting the report. "Once ISAF (NATO-led forces) is no longer a factor, Taliban consider their victory inevitable," it quoted the report. The Times said the "highly classified" report was put together by the U.S. military at Bagram air base in Afghanistan for top NATO officers last month....
  • Allegan Police Chief Shut Down "Defending Our Constitution from Enemies Foreign and Domestic” Event

    01/31/2012 10:25:40 AM PST · by hildy123 · 9 replies
    Press Release | 1.31.2012 | Bill Sage
    PRESS RELEASE 01-31-2012 Allegan Police Chief Rick Hoyer Shut Down of “Defending Our Constitution from Enemies Foreign and Domestic” Event: The Rest of the Story, On Tuesday the 24th of January, CAIR (Center of American Islamic Relations) had in fact sent a letter to Allegan High School Administration office, the Allegan County news and others. CAIR is the unindicted co conspirator in a $12,000,000 dollar laundering scheme to finance terrorist groups - Google ref: (the Holy land Foundation Trial 2008) more information about terrorist groups can also be found at resources tab: terrorist. The purpose of this letter from...
  • Hunkered Between Santorum and Paul Lies Peace Through Total War

    01/31/2012 5:49:52 AM PST · by Notary Sojac · 21 replies
    Pajamas Media ^ | 31 Jan 2012 | Walter Hudson
    Imagine discovering that your police force, funded through local taxes, has begun diverting patrols to a neighboring town instead of protecting your own. Most people would be up in arms, and rightfully so. A similar impulse informs Ron Paul’s foreign policy. He claims our military is off adventuring outside its jurisdiction. It is a message which appeals to a loyal base of supporters who believe that America’s military ought to respond to direct threats against American lives, rather than police the rest of the world. There is a legitimate argument for refocusing our military, but not as Ron Paul and...
  • Is Israel Making the Electric Car Work?

    01/30/2012 7:56:51 AM PST · by T Ruth · 26 replies
    PJ Media ^ | Jan 27, 2012 | Brian London
    On a winter day of pounding rain, quite uncharacteristic for Israel, a convoy of 80 completely electric, battery-powered cars drove from Rosh Ha’ayin on Israel’s eastern border through Tel Aviv. On the outside, the autos are perfectly normal Renault sedans built in Turkey. Yet they don’t require a drop of gasoline pumped by countries that hate the Jewish state. The cars run on an air-cooled 230 kilogram (500 pound) lithium ion battery, an electric motor, and a sophisticated electronic control system. Where Israeli ingenuity comes in: these “Better Place” cars differ from electric vehicles like the Chevy Volt or Nissan...
  • St. Louis hosting 1st big parade on Iraq War's end

    01/28/2012 11:29:07 AM PST · by PROCON · 2 replies · 1+ views
    AP ^ | Jan. 28, 2012 | JIM SALTER
    ST. LOUIS (AP) - Large crowds are gathering in downtown St. Louis to honor Iraq War veterans Saturday during the nation's first big welcome home parade since the last troops left the country in December. Veterans dressed in camouflage lined up alongside military vehicles at the start of the parade, while organizers handed out small American flags to people along the route, many holding signs reading "Welcome Home" and "Thanks to our service men and women."
  • Court says ‘Bite me!’ Muslim inmates do NOT have the right to halal meals in Ohio Prisons

    Two Muslim inmates sued (paid for by US taxpayers) the Ohio prison system for denying them meals prepared according to Islamic law, even though all pork products had been removed fro prison menus. ABNA (H/T Ann L) The state argued that providing the meals, known as halal, could bankrupt the state’s food service system because thousands of inmates have declared themselves Muslim. Death row inmate Abdul Awkal argued in his lawsuit that the prison system’s failure to provide halal meals was a restraint on his religious freedoms.
  • Republican primaries: Our U.S. cousins are going over the edge (Consider the source)

    01/23/2012 8:47:00 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 8 replies
    The Calgary Herald ^ | January 23, 2012 | Kris Kotarski
    Every four years or so, when Canadians need a little something extra to make the hair stand up on the back of our necks, we can collectively flip the channel and tune in to the most compelling reality TV show on our planet - the American presidential election. While some treat it like a long-running drama, with its own minor characters, subplots and an exciting season finale, others wish that the excitement of the American spectacle could make its way to Ottawa somehow. Both reactions are understandable, but both are wrong. The proper reaction, especially in 2012, is fear. Why...
  • Are You Left-Wing or Right-Wing? Hopefully, I’m Honest-and-Accurate Wing

    01/21/2012 12:21:03 PM PST · by ventanax5 · 16 replies
    Pajamas Media ^ | Barry Rubin
    I ran into an older, retired Israeli colleague who is a fine scholar in his field. We hadn’t met for 25 years and agreed to have coffee in a nearby Tel Aviv cafe. In the ensuing conversation I learned some key things about why current intellectual and political discussion is such a wreck. The retired professor has read nothing I’ve written. He is on the left-wing politically, in the historic non-Communist sense, but his work has always been first-rate and untouched by any political slant. In addition, he has worked amicably with people of different views. And that’s why I...
  • One Mexican State Bordering The US Was Deadlier Than All of Afghanistan Last Year

    01/19/2012 10:21:40 AM PST · by Sopater · 9 replies · 1+ views
    CNS News ^ | January 18, 2012 | Edwin Mora
    Organized crime-related deaths in one Mexican border state during the first nine months of 2011 exceed the number of Afghan civilians killed in roughly the same period in all of war-torn Afghanistan. According to the Mexican government, from January through September 2011 2,276 deaths were recorded in the Mexican state of Chihuahua, which borders Texas and New Mexico. A Nov. 2011 Congressional Research Service (CRS) report states that over nearly the same period – January through October 2011 – 2,177 civilians were killed in Afghanistan, where a U.S.-led war against the Taliban is underway. It did not provide a breakdown...