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  • A friend no more, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev took part of their souls

    02/22/2015 11:54:13 AM PST · by bgill · 4 replies
    Boston Globe ^ | Feb. 22, 2015 | Patricia Wen
    Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s arrest in the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013 left his closest friends from high school stunned and, for a time, disbelieving...To many of these friends, Tsarnaev is now viewed as a callous killer of innocent people, as well as a betrayer of friends. Though most of them oppose the death penalty in principle, some say they won’t lose sleep if he’s executed...Phillipos, 21, is expected to be sentenced this month for two counts of lying to federal agents...Silva was arrested for, among other things, providing a gun to Tsarnaev at some point in early 2013, and that this...
  • Sen. Harry Reid’s baseless ‘domestic terror’ accusations

    04/22/2014 9:01:35 PM PDT · by QT3.14 · 36 replies
    Washington Post ^ | April 21, 2014 | Marc A. Thiessen
    The Senate majority leader who called President Bush a “loser” and a “liar,” declared former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan a “political hack” and asserted that all Obamacare horror stories are “untrue” has now called Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and his supporters “domestic terrorists.”
  • Anti-Al Qaeda Libyans reveal Obama administration helped Al-Qaeda in Benghazi

    11/08/2012 11:32:31 AM PST · by Beave Meister · 21 replies ^ | 11/5/2012 | Christopher Collins
    Walid Shoebat, a former Muslim Brotherhood member now peace activist broke news Saturday night that anti-Al Qaeda Libyans living in exile are in possession of highly classified documents that reveal Obama and his administration’s involvement with Al-Qaeda in Libya, more than what has been previously known. The anti-Al Qaeda Libyans told Shoebat in reference to Obama’s statements that Al-Qaeda had been destroyed that Obama had gift-wrapped Libya, handed it over to Al-Qaeda, and that they can prove it. The group plans to turn over the countless documents an intelligence to the National Center For Intelligence and Counter-Terrorism. The group informed...
  • The Project - Part 1 - On youtube now.

    09/27/2012 9:11:08 AM PDT · by justlittleoleme · 32 replies
    ThaTruthHasNoAgenda - Youtube ^ | 9/27/12 | TheBlaze
    Share this with everyone. I MEAN EVERYONE! If you can, subscribe to The Blaze TV, do so. It would support documentaries like these.

    09/01/2010 11:05:26 AM PDT · by Marty62 · 546 replies · 3+ views
    FOX NEWS ^ | 9-1-2010 | FNC
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  • Media 'Cringe' That Mass Killer a Muslim Since It 'Inflames' Right Wing, 'That Makes It Much Worse'

    11/08/2009 6:23:44 AM PST · by TexasCajun · 52 replies · 1,747+ views ^ | November 7, 2009 - 14:33 ET | Brent Baker
    Newsweek's Evan Thomas regretted the Fort Hood mass murderer, Major Nidal Hasan, is a Muslim because of how that reality will be abused by conservatives. On this weekend's Inside Washington, Thomas, now Editor at Large with Newsweek after stints as Assistant Managing Editor and Washington bureau chief, rued: I cringe that he's a Muslim. I mean, because it inflames all the fears. I think he's probably just a nut case. But with that label attached to him, it will get the right wing going and it just -- I mean these things are tragic, but that makes it much worse.
  • Mexico drug gangs threaten cops on radio, kill them

    02/07/2009 4:23:45 PM PST · by restornu · 50 replies · 2,005+ views
    Reuters ^ | Fri Feb 6, 2009 2: | By Lizbeth Diaz
    TIJUANA, Mexico (Reuters) - Mexican drug gangs near the U.S. border are breaking into police radio frequencies to issue chilling death threats to cops which they then carry out, demoralizing security forces in a worsening drug war. "You're next, bastard ... We're going to get you," an unidentified drug gang member said over the police radio in the city of Tijuana after naming a policeman. The man also threatened a second cop by name and played foot-stomping "narcocorrido" music, popular with drug cartels, over the airwaves. "No one can help them," an officer named Jorge said of his threatened colleagues...
  • Moderate Islam?

    07/28/2008 7:58:54 AM PDT · by bayouranger · 18 replies · 67+ views
    EuropeNews ^ | 28Jul08 | Sam Solomon
    Where is moderate Islam? Does it exist? If so, then where? Is it rooted in true Islam or just wishful thinking? "Islam is a Religion of Peace" "Muhammad is a man of Peace" "The Qur'an is a book of Peace"
  • Task Force Analyzes Detainees' Motivation in Iraq

    08/06/2007 4:41:57 PM PDT · by SandRat · 4 replies · 254+ views
    WASHINGTON, Aug. 6, 2007 – Forces in Iraq are studying detainees to find out what motivates insurgents and terrorists in that country, the general overseeing detention operations there said today. Marine Maj. Gen. David M. Stone, the chief of Multinational Force Iraq’s detainee operations and commander of Task Force 143, spoke to online journalists and “bloggers” from his headquarters in Baghdad. Stone’s task force has launched an extensive study into just who detainees being held by coalition forces in Iraq are, what motivates them and what their morale is like. The whole idea of the study is to remove the...
  • Suspected Militant Captured in Afghanistan; Weapons Caches Seized

    05/15/2007 5:16:34 PM PDT · by SandRat · 2 replies · 235+ views
    WASHINGTON, May 15, 2007 – Afghan and coalition forces detained a suspected militant and discovered two weapons caches during operations in Afghanistan today. At a compound in the Mandozai district of Khowst province, combined forces captured one militant with alleged ties to the extremist Siraj Haqqani’s suicide-bombing network, military officials said. After detaining the suspect, combined forces found two AK47 assault rifles, a shotgun, 500 ammunition rounds and various other weapons. Troops also seized equipment used to manufacture improvised explosive devices and suicide bombs. Coalition forces removed the cache and destroyed it nearby. No shots were fired, and no...
  • Details of Terror Plot Emerge

    08/10/2006 12:33:13 PM PDT · by WmShirerAdmirer · 73 replies · 3,287+ views
    Abc News (US) ^ | August 10, 2006 | Richard Esposito, Ned Potter, Jonathan Silverstein and Len Tepper & Staff
    Suspects Allegedly Planned to Hide Dangerous Chemicals in Modified Sports Beverage Bottles Aug. 10, 2006 — ABC News has learned the details of an alleged terror plot to bring down nine commercial airliners, using liquids concealed in sports beverage drink bottles. According to sources, the suspected plotters arrested in London today planned to use liquid or gel explosives, triggered with the flash from a disposable camera. The plotters planned to leave the top of each bottle sealed and filled with the original beverage, but add a false bottom filled with the explosive. The volatile mixture would have been dyed to...
  • Colonel’s training saved his life

    09/16/2005 6:58:14 PM PDT · by SandRat · 7 replies · 621+ views
    Air Force Links ^ | Sep 16, 2005 | Capt. David W. Small
    SOUTHWEST ASIA (AFPN) -- A colonel at this forward-deployed location credits his survival from a terrorist attack to his military training, and he is now passing that training on to others. More than a year after Lt. Col. Ed O’Neal redeployed from Saudi Arabia, where he was shot five times in a vicious terrorist attack, he is back in theater. While at this location, he is sharing his life experiences with other Airmen and teaches them tactics and techniques for survival. Colonel O’Neal, the U.S. Central Command Air Forces Forward director of manpower and personnel, acknowledges a single training course...
  • Houston Muslims Denounce Terrorism

    07/29/2005 11:56:15 PM PDT · by Bayou City · 129 replies · 1,727+ views ^ | July 29, 2005
    HOUSTON -- Houston-area Islamic groups joined a nationwide campaign to denounce terrorism, Local 2 reported Friday. The public service announcements hit the airwaves Thursday. The campaign is called "Not in the Name of Islam." CAIR, the Council on American-Islamic Relations, released it to build understanding. "Muslims are not only victims of the terrorists attacks but also have to deal with the stigmatization of being blamed for the heinous crimes of a minuscule minority." Said Rodwan Saleh, with the Islamic Society of Greater Houston. Houston's Islamic leaders joined together to applaud a religious ruling against terrorism and religious extremism. "We want...
  • Second Atta Arrested in New Jersey

    07/27/2005 8:40:50 PM PDT · by Bayou City · 32 replies · 1,387+ views ^ | July 27th, 2005 11:35 AM EDT | PERRY CHIARAMONTE and PHILIP MESSING
    Five Egyptians yesterday were nabbed in a New Jersey apartment with New York subway maps, a video of Big Apple landmarks and $8,000 in cash after a tipster told cops one was related to infamous 9/11 hijacker Mohamed Atta. But police said the men — all illegal immigrants working "menial" jobs — did not appear to be part of any terror cell, although they had not yet fully explained why they had the items in the Newark home. One of the men was identified as Ahmed Mohamed Atta, 30. But there is no indication he is related to the fiend...
  • Editorial: Pursuing Osama bin Laden

    06/22/2005 5:27:13 PM PDT · by SandRat · 16 replies · 666+ views
    Porter Goss seems confident he knows where America's most wanted man is. But the CIA director doesn't really want to talk about it. Or so was the impression he gave during a congressional hearing on Monday. And why shouldn't he feel that way? Osama bin Laden has eluded capture the past four years. It's a frustrating issue for the United States. To get the leader of the terrorist group that struck our homeland is an important pursuit. But it comes with many obstacles, and most are likely political. Goss alluded to this during Monday's hearing. He said trying to get...
  • Iraqis taking control of Baghdad road

    06/12/2005 4:57:25 PM PDT · by Wiz · 3 replies · 492+ views
    Stars and Stripes ^ | 2005 Jun 13 | Teri Weaver
    BAGHDAD — Nearly two weeks ago, a special force of Iraqi soldiers took up their new post along one of the city’s most infamous stretches, the link between Baghdad International Airport and the center of Iraq’s newly forming government, the highway known as Airport Road. The first few days proved a hard test for the new battalion of 261 soldiers, according to Capt. Richard Dunbar, one of eight Americans assigned to assist the Iraqis in coordinating their patrols and responses to attacks. “It was a rough first night,” Dunbar said. The first attack on the troops came before midnight, and...
  • The Gitmo twilight zone

    06/12/2005 7:57:07 AM PDT · by SmithL · 25 replies · 524+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 6/12/5 | Editor
    For an instant last week, President Bush appeared to toy with the idea of closing the prison camp in Guantanamo Bay in Cuba. "We're exploring all options'' with the lockup, where more than 500 terrorist suspects are kept. But within hours, the doors clanged shut on the notion as a White House spokesman and Pentagon chief Donald Rumsfeld affirmed that Gitmo would stay for now. A later blast from the United Nations, charging that the 10,000 prisoners in Iraq are denied legal due process, didn't get a rise from the administration. Bush's unbending intent should make this country think: What...
  • John Kerry to call for impeachment of George Bush (Al-Jazeera is loving this)

    06/05/2005 10:39:06 AM PDT · by hipaatwo · 97 replies · 3,140+ views
    John Kerry announced Thursday that he intends to present Congress with The Downing Street Memo, reported last month by the London Times. The memo purports to include minutes from a July 2002 meeting with Tony Blair, in which Blair allegedly said that President Bush's administration "fixed" intelligence on Iraq in order to justify the Iraqi war. The Downing Street Memo is the leaked secret British document that details the minutes of a 2002 meeting between top-level British and American government officials. The memo states that George Bush "was determined" to attack Iraq long before going to Congress with the matter,...
  • CIA sees wave of Bin Laden wanna-bes

    02/29/2004 2:29:11 AM PST · by FormerACLUmember · 15 replies · 238+ views
    NY Daily News ^ | February 29, 2004 | JAMES GORDON MEEK
    The CIA warned last week that dozens of anti-American extremist groups have emerged in recent years. "These far-flung groups increasingly set the agenda and are redefining the threat we face," CIA Director George Tenet told Congress. These groups span the globe, have taken part in attacks on American interests and strive for another "spectacular" strike on the U.S. to rival Sept. 11, Tenet said. Here are nine of them: * Al-Zarqawi network (Iraq) - The one-legged Jordanian terror mastermind Abu-Musab al-Zarqawi is suspected of staging suicide bombings across Iraq. A letter recovered last month written by al-Zarqawi showed he was...
  • Ever Seen This Before?

    10/02/2003 11:46:49 AM PDT · by Dallas59 · 17 replies · 212+ views
    Enchilada ^ | 10/1/2003 | Unkown