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Monday, February 28, 2011

Last living US WWI vet dies in W. Va. at age 110


He was repeatedly rejected by military recruiters and got into uniform at 16 after lying about his age. But Frank Buckles would later become the last surviving U.S. veteran of World War I.

Buckles, who also survived being a civilian POW in the Philippines in World War II, died of natural causes Sunday at his home in Charles Town, biographer and family spokesman David DeJonge said in a statement. He was 110.


Weekend attacks leave at least 28 dead in Mexico

Another lovely weekend in Mexico.
Spring break is coming.
And chances are a lot of clueless people will go to Mexico for their spring break vacations, maybe to places like Acapulco,

Police in the resort city of Acapulco found the bodies of four men inside a trash container, all had been shot and three of them had their throats slit.

What does anybody care, Like your gonna take out the trash when your down there.

Suspected drug-related violence left at least 28 people dead across Mexico over the weekend, including 14 killed by gunmen in bars in the country's north, authorities said Sunday.

In Coahuila state, across the U.S. border from Texas, nine men died late Saturday when gunmen opened fire inside two bars in separate attacks, state prosecutors said in a statement. Eleven others were wounded.

Assailants killed another five men late Saturday in a bar in the cartel-plagued border city of Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua state prosecutors' spokesman Arturo Sandoval said.

In other drug violence in Mexico, at least 14 people were killed in three Pacific coast states.

Police in the resort city of Acapulco found the bodies of four men inside a trash container, all had been shot and three of them had their throats slit. The body of a fifth man was found alongside a highway, prosecutors in the state of Guerrero, where Acapulco is located, said in a Sunday statement.

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Chinese Crackdown.

Another attempt at rebellion tomorrow, and the opposition they sit in the lovely detention center; gonna miss the whole shindig as they are being "Re-calibrated" at the labor camp.

Same old thing, Little to no Internet, no standing around, get off the Streets you are not in control, don't look at us funny or we will beat you down.

The Los Angeles Times
An anonymous online campaign calling for pro-democracy demonstrations across China on Sunday has been met with the detention of human rights activists, greater Internet censorship and even veiled pressure on foreign journalists.

The strict response by authorities comes after a U.S.-based Chinese-language website,, called for repeated attempts each Sunday to launch a "jasmine revolution" in about two dozen cities, including Beijing and Shanghai.

The first planned attempt, which was held last Sunday, brought out a swarm of police and foreign media in some of the designated sites but provided no evidence the country was on the cusp of a popular uprising.

Still, with regimes toppling in North Africa and the Middle East, authorities in China deemed the threat strong enough to have interrogated, arrested and detained at home dozens of people suspected of fomenting the anti-government movement.

Human rights groups based outside China said Friday that police had charged five activists this week with "subversion of state power" and "inciting subversion of state power," serious crimes that carry potentially decade-long prison sentences.

In setback, Iran to unload fuel from nuclear plant

Awwww, that's to bad.

Looks like the stuxnet may have done a little more than previously thought.

Or Maybe just some "Technical Difficulties", or maybe some Unqualified Personnel running the show?

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — In a major setback to Iran's nuclear program, technicians will have to unload fuel from the country's first atomic power plant because of an unspecified safety concern, a senior government official said.

The vague explanation raised questions about whether the mysterious computer worm known as Stuxnet might have caused more damage at the Bushehr plant than previously acknowledged. Other explanations are possible for unloading the fuel rods from the reactor core of the newly completed plant, including routine technical difficulties.

While the exact reason behind the fuel's removal is unclear, the admission is seen as a major embarrassment for Tehran because it has touted Bushehr — Iran's first atomic power plant — as its showcase nuclear facility and sees it as a source of national pride. When the Islamic Republic began loading the fuel just four months ago, Iranian officials celebrated the achievement.

Iran's envoy to the U.N. nuclear monitoring agency in Vienna said that Russia, which provided the fuel and helped construct the Bushehr plant, had demanded the fuel be taken out.

Friday, February 25, 2011

Saudi Citizen in Texas Charged in Suspected Bombing Plot

"After mastering the English language, learning how to build explosives and continuous planning to target the infidel Americans, it is time for jihad," the student wrote in his journal, according to court documents.

MOOOOVE along folks Nothing to see here, just another Muslim living in America learning everything they can at our schools only to turn that Knowledge into Terrorist Jihad Tactics to be used to kill us!

No reason to be alarmed, no reason to get the FBI involved, It is not what you think.

A college student from Saudi Arabia studying chemical engineering in Texas has been arrested by the FBI for allegedly planning a terrorist attack on U.S. targets using explosive chemicals.

Khalid Aldawsari, who is legally in the U.S. on a student visa, allegedly targeted the Dallas home of former President George W. Bush. He was arrested late Tuesday on a federal charge of attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction.

“Yesterday’s arrest demonstrates the need for and the importance of vigilance and the willingness of private individuals and companies to ask questions and contact the authorities when confronted with suspicious activities,” said James T. Jacks, U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas.

Aldawsari, 20, entered the U.S. in October 2008 from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, to study at Texas Tech University, then transferred earlier this year to nearby South Plains College.

Federal prosecutors say Aldawsari had been researching online how to construct an improvised explosive device using several chemicals as ingredients. Authorities say Aldawsari's diary indicated the young man had been plotting an attack for years and obtained a scholarship so he could come directly to the United State to carry out jihad.

UN rights body urges Libya action

Yeah yeah we must do everything within our powers to stop the Violence and Bloodshed in libya, we must step in vigorously and stop this.

Bring on the Sanctions.

That will make them stop.

Pure Genius.

Al Jizeera
The United Nation's top human rights official says reports of mass killings in Libya should spur world leaders to "step in vigorously" to end the violent crackdown in Libya, and that the 47-nation body should use "all means possible".

Friday's session is the first time that the UN Human Rights Council has held a special session to discuss actions against one of its members, with Navi Pillay, the UN High Commissioner on Human Right, giving support for an independent panel to investigate the alleged abuses by Libyan security forces.

"Today's brutal and shocking situation is the direct outcome of a callous disregard for the rights and freedom of Libyans that has marked the almost four-decade long grip on power by the current ruler," she said.

Her comments came just hours before a UN Security Council in New York meeting that will consider actions against the government of Muammar Gaddafi, which could include sanctions.

France has already urged the body to approve a draft resolution that calls for a "total arms embargo, sanctions and asking the International Criminal Court to proceed over crimes against humanity".

Guido Westerwelle, the German foreign minister, said his country was also preparing sanctions, including travel bans and asset freezes on Gaddafi's family, but dismissed economic sanctions on the country as a whole.

Britain's prime minister has also discussed the possibility of "multilateral measures" against Libya with Barack Obama, the US president.

China and Russia, traditionally reluctant to interfere in the internal affairs of other countries, have supported a statement from the security council issued on Tuesday that condemned "the repression against peaceful demonstrators,'' and demanded an "immediate end to the violence".

Iraqis protest in "Day of Rage"

"There is no potable water, no electricity. Unemployment is growing, which can push the youth toward terrorist activities,"

Oh really, I seem to remember the United states Military trying to help you pathetic excuses for human beings out with your infrastructure. You people did everything you could to destroy it, Yes Al Qaida had a lot to do with it, But you rejects DEFENDED them.

Now you Cry like little Bitches because of your situation.

Try standing up for yourselves, try to actually do something good for your country, quit relying on somebody else to wipe your ass, if you can't at the very least do that, then shut up and deal with what you are dealt.

(Reuters) - Thousands of Iraqis took to the streets on Friday to protest against corruption and a lack of basic services in an organized nationwide "Day of Rage" inspired by uprisings around the Arab world.

Protesters demonstrated throughout Iraq, from the northern city of Kirkuk to the southern oil hub of Basra.

The Arab world has erupted in protests seeking to oust long-standing rulers and improve basic services, although Iraqi demonstrations have been more focused on gripes over essential needs and end to corruption rather than a change in regime.

Hundreds of people carrying Iraqi flags and banners streamed into Baghdad's Tahrir Square, which was under heavy security. Military Humvees and security forces lined the streets around the square and nearby Jumhuriya bridge was blocked off with concrete blast walls.

A vehicle curfew was also in effect in the Iraqi capital.

"We are here for change to improve the situation of the country. The education system is bad. The health system is also bad. Services are going from bad to worse," said 27-year-old Lina Ali, part of a protest youth group on Facebook.

"There is no potable water, no electricity. Unemployment is growing, which can push the youth toward terrorist activities," she said.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Second Suspected Syria Nuclear Site Is Found

Like the IAEA will ever say anything bad about a Muslim Country.
Regardless of what is found it will not be what the U.S. says it is.

WASHINGTON—A second suspected nuclear installation has been identified in Syria, according to commercial satellite photos, providing new evidence that Damascus may have been pursuing atomic weapons before a 2007 Israeli military strike.

The publishing Wednesday of the photos by Washington's Institute for Science and International Security could increase pressure on the United Nations to demand expansive new inspections of suspect Syrian facilities during a March board meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency.

IAEA inspectors visited eastern Syria in 2008 and reported that they recovered traces of processed uranium from a site called Dair Alzour, which the Bush administration alleged housed a nearly operational nuclear reactor. Israeli jets destroyed the facility nearly eight months before the IAEA's visit.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's government has rebuffed repeated IAEA requests to conduct additional inspections of the site as well as three other facilities the U.N. agency believes could be related to a covert Syrian nuclear program. Damascus's rejection of IAEA inspections could result in Syria being declared noncompliant with its U.N. commitments and referred to the Security Council for formal censuring.

Oklahoma Police Captain Faces Disciplinary Action for Refusing to Attend Islamic Event

Rotten Bastard, How dare this Guy not attend a Muslim get down at the local Mosque!

They just wanted to honor the police with a prayer service, a tour of the Mosque, a lecture or two on the Beliefs of Islam, And some talk about women!

Unbelievable, Outrageous!

I can't believe someone would turn down an offer to be Converted to Islam!(Sarc off)

The Tulsa Police Deptartment is investigating a captain who refused an order to assign officers to attend an upcoming Islamic event because he said it would violate his religious beliefs.

Capt. Paul Fields was reassigned after he refused to order officers under his command to attend the Islamic Center of Tulsa’s Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, a spokesman for the department said.

“It is my opinion and that of my legal counsel that forcing me to enter a Mosque when it is not directly related to a police call for service is a violation of my Civil Rights,” Fields wrote in an internal police department memo obtained by Fox News.

“I have no problem with officers attending on a voluntary basis; however, I take exception to requiring officers to attend this event,” Fields wrote in an e-mail to his superior officer obtained by Fox News. “I believe this directive to be an unlawful order, as it is in direct conflict with my personal religious convictions.”

Tulsa Police Chief Chuck Jordan told FOX23-TV the event was about community relations, not religion.

“This was not religious,” he said. “I would never assign a police officer to participate in religious service,” he told the TV station. “This is about a group who bonded together because of their religion. We are not going there because they are Islamic. We are going there because they are Tulsa citizens.”

However, according to a promotional flyer, the Islamic event included not just food and entertainment, but “presentations” on “beliefs, human rights, and women.” They would also be able to watch a Muslim prayer service and take a tour of the mosque.

“It’s up to you,” the flyer stated.

Blast hits Afghan police officers

A little bit of Peace love and understanding from the Taliban/militant/insurgent rejects of Afghanistan.

Al Jizzera
A car bomb has exploded in southern Afghanistan, injuring at least 24 people, including police and intelligence officers.

The car exploded in the main market in the border town of Spin Boldak, the officer to the governor of Kandahar province told Al Jazeera on Thursday.

"Sixteen civilians have been injured. Six intelligence personnel have been injured, two border police have been injured," said Abdul Razaq, a senior border police official.

"The bomber was being chased by the intelligence department. He detonated in the middle of the town."

In the last three weeks, more than 100 people including many bystanders have died in six large blasts.

Fresh gun battles erupt in Ivory Coast's main city

The Ivory Coast? Just another African State that is in turmoil.

(Reuters) - Gunfire and explosions shook Ivory Coast's main city Wednesday as forces loyal to Laurent Gbagbo pushed back into an area where gunmen backing his presidential rival repelled them a day before.

"There's firing everywhere. I'm hearing heavy weapons booming all over the place," said one resident of the Abidjan suburb of Abobo, where up to 15 Gbagbo loyalists were killed in an ambush Tuesday.

The clashes between Gbagbo's forces and backers of Alassane Ouattara, following a disputed election in November, threaten to reignite a conflict in the world's biggest cocoa producer and dash hopes of reuniting a country split by a 2002-3 war.

Residents said the fighting stopped after four hours of intense clashes. Pro-Gbagbo forces reported three men killed while there was no immediate comment from Ouattara supporters.

Mexico captures suspects in U.S. agent's killing

It is hard to tell if these people captured are the ones responsible, due to the fact that the Mexican authorities are acting like the suspects did not know that the people they were Shooting at were border agents.

Mistaken Identity my ass, We are talking about the Zetas, Former and current police and military, this is what they do.

whatever Mexico says I do not believe, they are only trying to look good for the Next Check they receive from the U.S. Government.

(Reuters) - A Mexican drug gang killed a U.S. customs agent and wounded another last week after mistaking the officials for rivals, Mexican officials said on Wednesday as they presented several captured suspects.

The two U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents were set upon on a major highway near the central city of San Luis Potosi, north of the capital, in one of the worst attacks on U.S. agents in Mexico in more than a decade and a sign of Mexico's worsening drug war.

Six male prisoners accused in the attack were presented to the media on Wednesday and officials named four other detainees -- three women and a minor.

The attackers spotted the agents driving in a dark sport utility vehicle on February 15 and pursued them before opening fire, Mexican prosecutors said.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Iraqi Immigrant Dad Convicted of 'Honor Killing'

Well, I'm glad to see this piece of shit Convicted, But Second degree murder?

Why not First degree? He intentionally ran his own daughter down because she would not be like he thought she should be. Including not wanting to enter an Arranged marriage.

The man is nothing less than a piece of shit and needs to be treated as such !

A jury convicted an Iraqi immigrant of second-degree murder Tuesday for running over and killing his daughter in a case prosecutors called an `honor killing.'

Faleh Hassan Almaleki, 50, also was convicted of aggravated assault for injuries suffered by the mother of his daughter's boyfriend during the October 2009 incident in a suburban Phoenix parking lot.

Prosecutors told jurors during the trial that he mowed down 20-year-old Noor Almaleki with his Jeep Cherokee because she had brought the family dishonor by becoming too Westernized. He wanted Noor Almaleki to act like a traditional Iraq woman, but she refused an arranged marriage, went to college and had a boyfriend.

Defense lawyers called Noor's death and the severe injuries to Amal Khalaf an accident. They say he only wanted to spit on the older woman, who Almaleki thought helped his daughter stay away from her family. Khalaf had taken Noor in several times after she left home between 2007 and 2009, and that was a cause of increasing friction between the families.

Americans slain by captors on hijacked yacht

Somalia Should be shelled repeatedly until all 600 plus hostages are released, it is about time the world stand up to the scourge of the land that is Islam and quit being such a pussy about things.

It is a shame these people were killed, it is a shame and a fact that more people will be killed, if nothing is ultimately done about Radical Islam, the War that is starting to pop in Muslim Countries will spill over into non-Muslim countries.

And we all will be held Hostage !

(CNN) -- A round-the-world boating adventure ended tragically Tuesday for four Americans, whom pirates fatally shot after capturing their yacht in the Indian Ocean last week, U.S. officials said.

The 58-foot vessel, named the Quest, was being shadowed by the military after pirates took the ship off the coast of Oman on Friday. Officials had said earlier Tuesday it was less than two days from the Somali coast.

Ship owners Jean and Scott Adam and Phyllis Macay and Bob Riggle were found shot after U.S. forces boarded the vessel about 1 a.m. ET, officials said.

The forces responded after a rocket-propelled grenade was fired at a U.S. Navy ship about 600 yards away -- and missed -- and the sound of gunfire could be heard on board the Quest, U.S. Navy Vice Admiral Mark Fox told reporters.

"Despite immediate steps to provide life-saving care, all four hostages ultimately died of their wounds," U.S. Central Command said.

Muslims, ACLU, sue FBI.

"We have seen a special emphasis on individuals who have ties to, or have visited Pakistan, Somalia and Yemen,"

Uh, You wonder Why?
Maybe it is because these are the three countries that are the Hotbed of Terrorism in the World!
If you can't understand that then maybe you all oughta pack your bags and go to any one of these countries for a little while... See how you feel about things later on ...if you are still alive.

(CNN) -- The California chapters of the Council on American-Islamic Relations and the ACLU say they will announce a federal class action lawsuit Wednesday against the FBI for "illegal surveillance of the Muslim community."

The council's San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento offices began documenting FBI surveillance practices last year.

"In recent months, there has been a notable increase in complaints by community members of FBI visits," the offices said in July.

It said that Muslims of varying ethnic and geographic background have reported visits by FBI agents.

"We have seen a special emphasis on individuals who have ties to, or have visited Pakistan, Somalia and Yemen," it said.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Hezbollah Working with Cartels

"Mexico knows the seriousness of a cartel connection with Hezbollah and the threat to their national security."

One more reason to secure the border, but we need to get the Obama administration to admit to the problem.
So what is it going to take?
More murdered Border Agents, how about more murdered Americans?

Hezbollah running some operations with and training the cartels, Hezbollah crossing into the U.S. from Mexico.

Move along people, its nothing for you to be concerned about.

My military and Department of Homeland Security contacts are's not if Hezbollah operatives have been smuggled into the U.S....but how many? They note that drug tunnels are becoming much more sophisticated and striking similar as tunnels being used by terror organizations to smuggle weapons into the Gaza Strip. My contacts also say they have real concern that bombing techniques used in the Middle East to promote terror are now also being used inside Mexico, as the cartels war with each other and anyone in their way.

This comes as Mexican authorities busted a senior Hezbollah operative who employed Mexicans nationals with family ties to Lebanon to set up the network, designed to target Israel and the West, according to multiple reports. The man's name is Jameel Nasr and he was arrested after a Mexican surveillance operation revealed that he traveled frequently to Lebanon to receive information and instructions from Hezbollah commanders and he also spent several months in Venezuela working with the terror group and Hugo Chavez's people. American security contacts say the Mexican operation was impressive and they are seeing some increased pressure on the cartels from Mexican authorities and thus...their friends.

Meantime, over this past weekend President Calderon of Mexico sent a significant number of troops to the border regions and while they are there to help battle the cartels, they have also been sent to deal with the growing connection to Hezbollah. As one contact told me, "Mexico knows the seriousness of a cartel connection with Hezbollah and the threat to their national security."

Muslims Raging on.

15 different Muslim countries.
that is the number you get when you count how many Muslim countries are in the middle of or have been raging out of control over the past few months.
CNN has a decent list going and some explanations of why the are out of control.

(CNN) -- Two months ago, a Tunisian fruit vendor lit a match, starting a fire that has spread throughout the Arab world. Muhammad Bouazizi's self-immolation prompted anti-government protests that toppled the regime in Tunisia and then Egypt. The demonstrations have spread across a swath of the Middle East and North Africa. Here are the latest developments, including the roots of the unrest:

Fresh violence rages in Libya

The Muslim way.
Kill all people that are not like you.
Terrorize the people who are left.
Terrorize the people who are like you.
Kill them when they rise up for some basic human rights.

Are any of you Surprised by what is going on in the Muslim world?

Al Jizzera
Libyan forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi are waging a bloody operation to keep him in power, with residents reporting gunfire in parts of the capital Tripoli and other cities, while other citizens, including the country's former ambassador to India, are saying that warplanes were used to "bomb" protesters.

Nearly 300 people are reported to have been killed in continuing violence in the capital and across the north African country as demonstrations enter their second week.

Navi Pillay, the UN high commissioner for human rights, has warned that the widespread attacks against civilians "amount to crimes against humanity", and called for an international investigation in possible human rights violations.

Witnesses in Tripoli told Al Jazeera that fighter jets had bombed portions of the city in fresh attacks on Monday night. The bombing focused on ammunition depots and control centres around the capital.

Helicopter gunships were also used, they said, to fire on the streets in order to scare demonstrators away.

Several witnesses said that "mercenaries" were firing on civilians in the city.

Residents of the Tajura neighbourhood, east of Tripoli, said that dead bodies are still lying on the streets from earlier violence. At least 61 people were killed in the capital on Monday, witnesses told Al Jazeeera.

Monday, February 21, 2011

Muslim Cleric Plans White House Protest in Attempt to Spread Sharia Law in America

“The event is a rally, a call for the Sharia, a call for the Muslims to rise up and establish the Islamic state in America,”

Hmm, I don't think so Bitch, Just try and implement anything sharia in the U.S. and see what happens to you and the many pieces of shit like you !
You will fail, Guaranteed.

But a question about this POS, How is he going to get in the Country?
Who is going to be stupid enough to let this Reject get on the Plane to get here?

A Muslim cleric who called Americans “the biggest criminals” during a recent interview has announced he will hold a protest outside the White House, according to the Daily Mail.

Anjem Choudary, who once said “the flag of Islam will fly over the White House,” says he will lead a demonstration rallying Muslims to establish Sharia law across the United States.

Choudary, 43, called Americans “the biggest criminals in the world today” during an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity this month.

Choudary, who is the former leader of the outlawed British-based group Islam4UK, says the March rally at the White House is being organized by the extremist group Islamic Thinkers Society, which is based in New York.

“The event is a rally, a call for the Sharia, a call for the Muslims to rise up and establish the Islamic state in America,” Choudary told London’s Daily Mail in an interview.

Iran's Forces Battle Protests Nationwide

Iran protesters still not determined enough to kick it into high gear with their protests, it is a little difficult when you get shot at evertime you get a group of people together.

BEIRUT—For a second time in a week, Iran's opposition drew tens of thousands of supporters to the streets across the nation on Sunday calling for the end to the Islamic Republic's rule.

In response, the government unleashed what witnesses said was an extraordinary number of security forces to violently battle the crowds. Witnesses said mobs of anti-riot police and plainclothes Basij militia lined the streets and on several occasions fired directly into the crowd and beat protesters with steel batons. In one neighborhood, the Basij took over a commercial building and dropped tear gas canisters from the roof onto the protesters, witnesses said.

Basij militia dressed in black shot and killed two young men in Tehran's Vanak and Vali Asr squares, according to witness accounts posted on opposition websites. The victims haven't been identified. Dozens have been injured and arrested, according to witnesses.

"This was the most violent protest we've had by far, and people were also really angry and fearless," said one witness from Tehran, adding that the public seemed resolved to stay on the street.

Gaddafi son warns of civil war as turmoil spreads

Nice way to handle your people, insight a civil war by threatening to fight to the last man standing, all while shooting them.
Islam, the Religion of Peace.( My ass)

(Reuters) - Libya's Muammar Gaddafi will fight a popular revolt to "the last man standing," one of his sons said on Monday after protests broke out in the capital for the first time following days of unrest in the city of Benghazi.

Anti-government protesters rallied in Tripoli's streets, tribal leaders spoke out against Gaddafi, and army units defected to the opposition as oil exporter Libya endured one of the bloodiest revolts to convulse the Arab world.

Gaddafi's son Saif al-Islam Gaddafi appeared on national television in an attempt both to threaten and calm people, saying the army would enforce security at any price.

"Our spirits are high and the leader Muammar Gaddafi is leading the battle in Tripoli, and we are behind him as is the Libyan army," he said. "We will keep fighting until the last man standing, even to the last woman standing ... We will not leave Libya to the Italians or the Turks.

Suicide bomber kills 30 as Afghan violence spreads

The Taliban have also decided to pick up the pace after a little lull in the action in assghanistan, Maybe they have been watching how the Muslim world is going to shit all around them.
These pukebags are probably wondering how to capitalize on it.

(Reuters) - A suicide bomber killed at least 30 people in a government office in northern Afghanistan on Monday, officials said, with violence spiraling across the country even before an expected spring offensive.

Afghan and NATO-led forces were also investigating two serious incidents involving civilian casualties, the latest killing up to six people when a misdirected air strike appeared to hit a home in eastern Nangarhar province.

In Kunduz province in the north, the center of a growing front in the Taliban-led insurgency, a suicide bomber killed at least 30 people, Mohammad Ayoub Haqyar, the chief of Emam Saheb district, told Reuters. Another 40 were wounded.

Haqyar said the bomber struck while people were queuing to collect identity cards inside a government office. Kunduz police chief, Abdul Qayum Ibrahimi, said three police were among the dead and that many civilians were wounded.

First U.S. drone attack in Pakistan in weeks kills 7

Hell Yeah, It is about time!
The absence of the Drone strikes has been a little depressing for me.
It brings me, and I'm sure many of you, great pleasure to hear that we can and do reach out and kill the Taliban/Militants/ Al Qaida (whatever you want to call them)
without so much as putting a U.S. Soldier in harms way to do it. That coupled with the fact that the Taliban do not sleep well when the drones are buzzing around their heads.

(Reuters) - A U.S. drone strike killed at least seven people on Monday in a tribal region along Pakistan's western border, local officials said, the first such attack in a month as a diplomatic feud strains U.S.-Pakistani ties.

At least four missiles were fired from the unmanned aircraft at a suspected militant training center in Azam Warsak, just west of Wana, the main town in the South Waziristan tribal agency, intelligence officials in South Waziristan said.

"According to initial reports there were foreigners among the dead," one of the officials said.

A second official said the foreign nationals killed included three people from Turkmenistan and two Arab nationals.

It is the first time since January 23 that intelligence officials have reported a U.S. drone attack, marking a resumption of a campaign that has become the centerpiece of U.S. efforts to halt militants launching attacks on its soldiers in Afghanistan.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

North Korea Appears to Prepare for Nuclear Test

Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Whatever.

SEOUL -- North Korea is digging tunnels at a site where it has launched two nuclear tests, suggesting it is preparing a third, the South's Yonhap news agency said on Sunday, a development which would trigger concern across the region.

Tensions rose on the divided peninsula when 46 sailors were killed in an attack in March on a South Korean naval vessel. North Korea, which has denied responsibility, shelled the southern island of Yeonpyeong in November, killing four people and sparking fears of possible all-out war.

The North was excavating several tunnels before picking the most suitable, Yonhap said, citing an unnamed South Korean government source.

Insurgents raid Afghan bank; 38 killed

38 more innocent civilians killed by the Taliban.
Muslims Killing Muslims, this is Islam!

Kabul, Afghanistan (CNN) -- The death toll from an insurgent attack on a bank in eastern Afghanistan rose on Sunday, with at least 38 people killed, including 13 policemen, a spokesman for the Interior Ministry said.

Saturday's incident also left 41 people wounded, including 14 police officers, said Najib Nekzad.

The attackers stormed a branch of the Kabul Bank in Jalalabad, the provincial capital of Nangarhar. Four of them were killed and a fifth was arrested, Nekzad said.

The NATO command in Afghanistan said reports indicated that it might have been a suicide attack. It issued a statement saying three people apparently entered the bank wearing suicide vests and detonated themselves.

Fighting between insurgents and security forces lasted for more than four hours, said Ahmadzia Abdulzai, a spokesman for the provincial governor. An eyewitness said some civilians were taken hostage.

The attackers "blatantly targeted Afghan civilians" in a "truly vile attack," said Rear Adm. Vic Beck, a spokesman for NATO's International Security Assistance Force.

Libya protest death toll rises to 200

"I am crying," the doctor said. "Why is the world not listening?"

Uh, We are not listening?
It is all we hear about Jackass.
And if we were to come and assist you rejects, you would accuse us of Occupying your shithole of a country.

We feel for you all, we wish you all the luck, but we are not wanted.

Moammar Gadhafi's forces have opened fire on mourners at the funeral for anti-government protesters in the city of Benghazi, where a doctor says at least 200 people have already been slain in days of demonstrations.

A man shot in the leg Sunday said marchers were bearing coffins to a cemetery when they passed a Gadhafi compound in Libya's second-largest city. The man said security forces fired in the air and then opened up on the crowd.

A hospital official says four people have been wounded, two seriously.

The doctor in Benghazi, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he fears reprisal, said his hospital is out of supplies and cannot treat more than 70 wounded who were hit in the attacks and need attention.

"I am crying," the doctor said. "Why is the world not listening?"

Witnesses told The Associated Press a mixture of special commandos, foreign mercenaries and Gadhafi loyalists went after demonstrators on Saturday with knives, assault rifles and heavy-calibre weapons.

Saturday, February 19, 2011

4 thrown to deaths from bridge in southern Mexico

Awesome stuf, you know there is not a problem in Mexico.
So some will want you to believe,but the cartels have once again stepped it up a little.
Saddam Husein, used to get his close confidants to handcuff and blindfold people he did not like;and they would throw them off of Buildings.
The Cartels just do it one Better, How about tossing them off a 600ft Bridge.

Beheadings, no problem and we will scalp them and skin them also.

Nice place Mexico is, How about coming down for a visit.

ACAPULCO, Mexico – Four men with their hands and feet tied and heads covered in duct tape were thrown 600 feet to their deaths from a bridge Friday, authorities said as Mexico's increasingly bloody drug battles reached a new level of cruelty and intimidation.

The four were among 13 people slain Friday in Guerrero, which has seen a spike in violence since rival factions of the Beltran Leyva cartel began fighting over territory after leader Arturo Beltran Leyva died in a battle with Mexican marines in December 2009.

The other nine were killed in the resort city of Acapulco. In the most gruesome of those killings, police found a severed head that had been scalped and whose face had been skinned.

The unidentified men were dropped from a 600-feet-high (200-meter) bridge near the Guerrero state capital of Chilpancingo, the Guerrero state Public Safety Department said.

The men had bruises all over their bodies and "it's presumed they were thrown alive from the Solidarity bridge," the statement said.

Bahrain army withdrawn, police attack protesters

So the Army of Bahrain withdraw from the streets, As per the crown princes orders(So the police can restore order)The Police come in to save the day and start killing Protesters.
How Nice.
Islam! The Religion of Peace!

(Reuters) - Bahraini troops and armored vehicles on Saturday rolled out of a Manama square that had been a base for anti-government protesters, meeting one opposition condition for a dialogue proposed by the king.

But when a few protesters tried to regain their former stronghold in Pearl Square, police beat them back.

At least 100 riot police took up position, while a group of about 50 demonstrators stood about 50 meters (yards) away.

One man raced to the center of the traffic circle, fell to his knees to kiss the yellowed grass and began praying as other protesters celebrated. Moments later, 10 police cars pulled up and policemen beat up one protester and fired teargas.

At least 100 riot police took up position, while a group of about 50 demonstrators stood about 50 meters (yards) away.

Troops in tanks and armored vehicles took over the traffic circle on Thursday after riot police attacked protesters who had camped out there, killing four people and wounding 231.

Libya and Yemen Try to Suppress Protests

84 dead in Libya, Yemen who knows.
Now that damn near every Muslim country in the world is in turmoil, we are stating to see this here.
The Hand Basket to hell is not big enough anymore.

The New York Times
Cities across northern Africa and the Middle East teetered on a knife’s edge on Saturday as shaken governments in Libya and Yemen made new moves to stifle waves of uprisings.

In Libya, where days of demonstrations have challenged the 41-year rule of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi, new protests continued to flare even as the government continued a violent crackdown against the opposition. Libya also moved to shut off Internet access, mirroring a tactic used by Egyptian authorities to thwart an upheaval that eventually led to the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Antigovernment marches in the impoverished nation of Yemen took a violent turn as pro-government supporters dressed in civilian clothes opened fire on a group opposing President Ali Abdullah Saleh, wounding at least four people. And hundreds of police in Algeria’s capital used clubs to overwhelm a small group of antigovernment demonstrators, according to news reports.

The New York-based group Human Rights Watch said that the death toll in Libya after three days of government crackdowns against protesters had risen to 84, and news reports said that bodies were continuing to flow into the country’s hospitals and morgues.

Libyan authorities appeared to cut off Internet service overnight, further obscuring the view into one of the region’s most isolated nations.

Friday, February 18, 2011

Cleric Calls on Egyptian Leadership to Replace Cabinet

And so it starts, a radical Imam steps in to save the day.

First thing in order; whip the masses into a frenzy.
Second call for the ouster of the rest of the government, Finish what you started people!

And with the Muslim Brotherhood bringing up the rear, Egypt may soon be lost.

Thousands of supporters of Egypt's democracy movement are gathered in Cairo's Tahrir Square Friday for a day of celebration marking one week since President Hosni Mubarak stepped down.

A leading Muslim cleric, Yusuf al-Qaradawi called on the Egyptian army to listen to the will of the people and bring fresh faces into Mr. Mubarak's former cabinet, which still includes many of the former president's allies.

The cleric also called on the Egyptian people to be patient with their new leadership. The Egyptian army, which has popular support, has assumed control of the government until elections can be held.

Though security surrounds the square - the site of 18 days of anti-government protests leading up to Mr. Mubarak's resignation - the mood is reported to be upbeat. Demonstrations are expected to gain momentum as the day progresses.

Suicide attack in east Afghanistan kills nine

It has been awhile but the Taliban is back, carrying on with their mission of eradicating the scourge of Afghanistan known as Innocent people.

What a Bunch of nice Guys.

(Reuters) - A suicide car bomb attack on a police checkpoint in eastern Afghanistan on Friday killed at least nine people and injured dozens, health and police officials said.

Most of the dead were civilians, among them three women, said Abdul Hakim Esaaqzai, chief of police for Khost province. Health official Amir Badshah said 30 people had been wounded and many taken to hospitals.

The attack targeted a checkpoint at the start of the main road to neighboring Paktia province. Police at the checkpoint identified the attacker as a suicide bomber and shot at him, but not in time to prevent the detonation, Esaaqzai said.

At least one policeman was killed in the blast.

Thursday, February 17, 2011

The World is going to hell ; Link Dump

Well maybe not the whole world but, a big Muslim part of it!

4 Dead in Bahrain Crackdown

At Least One Dead, 14 Wounded in Libyan Unrest

Pakistan Delays Ruling on Jailed American

Series of blasts kill 20 in Tanzania

Protesters Face Off for 7th Day in Yemen

Somali pirate sentenced to 33 years in US prison

Egypt Suez Canal told Iran warship passing scrapped

Why else would Iran be sailing up and down the Suez canal, other than to create tension in the area.
We won't find out now, it appears Egypt has told them they may not use the waterway.

Also had heard that a couple of U.S. Warships were sailing through the canal.

(Reuters) - The Suez Canal has been told that plans by two Iranian naval ships to cross the waterway were canceled, an official said on Thursday, removing a potential policy headache for Egypt's new army rulers.

It was not immediately clear which side was behind the cancellation. Any naval vessels passing through the canal, a strategic international shipping route, must first have approval from Egypt's foreign and defense ministries, officials said.

If the ships had crossed, it would have been the first time since Iran's 1979 revolution that Iranian warships had passed through the canal, officials said.

Iran's revolution poisoned ties with Egypt, which signed a peace treaty with Israel that year.

Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman had said plans for the two Iranian warships to sail through the canal en route to Syria were a "provocation." He had said the ships were expected to pass through the Suez Canal overnight on Wednesday.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

1 U.S. Immigration Agent Killed, 1 Injured in Mexico

Another sad loss of an American Border Patrol Agent.

It is nice that the Bastards in charge, are working together on this one, too bad they don't do that when it is a regular American Citizen killed in Mexico.

MEXICO CITY -- A U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent was killed and another wounded while driving through northern Mexico Tuesday, in a rare attack on American officials in this country which is fighting powerful drug cartels.

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said one agent was critically wounded in the attack and died from his injuries. The second agent was shot in the arm and leg and remains in stable condition.

ICE Director John Morton late Tuesday identified the slain agent as Jaime Zapata, who was on assignment from the office in Laredo, Texas, where he served on the Human Smuggling and Trafficking Unit as well as the Border Enforcement Security Task Force. The injured agent was not identified.

Berkeley Votes Against Offering Gitmo Detainees a New Home

Berkeley City Manager Phil Kamlarz advised the council to take no action because "federal law explicitly prohibits the transfer of Guantanamo detainees to the United States."

President Obama signed that measure into law last month.

As usual a few un-showered hippies still slithering around Bezerkely California, Had decided that a couple of detainees from Gitmo would be cool to have hanging around town with them;even living in their homes with them.

Ha Ha you loose, AGAIN.

A Berkeley, Calif. resolution to roll out the welcome mat to freed Guantanamo Bay detainees was voted down in the last minutes of its City Council meeting Tuesday night.

The proposal was rejected by a 4-1 vote, with four council members abstaining.

The city, home to the hippie movement of the 1960s, was considering inviting “one or two” detainees to live in Berkeley once they were cleared of wrongdoing and released from the U.S. detention facility in Cuba.

The resolution also would have asked Congress to allow cleared Guantanamo detainees to resettle in the U.S.

“We’re talking about a group of people in Guantanamo who have been there up to nine years and have never been charged,” commission member Rita Maran said before the vote.

Egyptian army says it hopes for elections in 6 months

6 months?
This is a joke right.
Whenever a Muslim country holds a vote, Turmoil and corruption ensue.

We wish you all the luck on this.

(Reuters) - Egypt's military has outlined a timetable to hand power to an elected government, insisting it does not want political power in a country where it propped up an authoritarian state for six decades.

The army, praised for overseeing a mostly peaceful revolution, is running into a storm of wage and subsidy demands overtaking pressure for democracy and piling more burdens on an already teetering economy.

Pro-democracy marches have subsided but thousands of workers in banks, textile and food factories, oil facilities and government offices went on strike this week, emboldened by the overthrow of President Hosni Mubarak.

"The Higher Military Council expressed its hope to hand over power within six months to a civilian authority and a president elected in a peaceful and free manner that expresses the views of the people," an armed forces statement said on Tuesday.

"The council affirmed that it does not seek power, that the current situation was imposed on the armed forces and that they have the confidence of the people."

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Wins Support by Helping Poor

This is how the terrorists take hold!

Hopefully the Egyptian people are stronger than others who started down this road.

The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt is the country's best organized opposition group. Its members took part in the protests that swept Hosni Mubarak from power, but they did not dominate them. Instead, the brotherhood, still banned, works behind the scenes to win support and pave the way for what its leaders hope is the eventual imposition of Sharia law in the Arab world's most populous nation.

This is where the Muslim Brotherhood is winning hearts in Egypt.

Yemenis trying to oust leader protest for 5th day

Yemen protests, Not quite there yet.

SANAA, Yemen — Yemenis scuffled with police Tuesday as thousands marched in the capital for a fifth consecutive day in Egypt-inspired protests demanding political reforms and the ouster of the country's U.S.-allied president.

Police tried to disperse the demonstrators using tear gas and batons, but some 3,000 protesters defiantly continued their march from Sanaa University toward the city center, chanting slogans against President Ali Abdullah Saleh, including "down with the president's thugs."

The procession gained momentum with hundreds of students and rights activists joining along the way.

Riot police blocked the main road leading to the city center and clashed with protesters throwing stones. Three protesters were injured and rushed to the hospital in ambulances.

About 2,000 government supporters also staged a counter-demonstration in the center, raising concerns about potential clashes.

Police chief killed in Mexico's richest city

I find it amazing that there have been 36,000 people killed in Mexico over the past five years, and most of them in the past three; and we still hear from our delusional Government that there is not a problem, It is all hype by a few people who live on the Border.

frustrating to say the least, and scary, what is it going to take to get the Napolitano to admit that it is a bigger problem that what they have been telling US?

(Reuters) - Suspected drug hitmen killed a police chief on Sunday night in one of the most brazen attacks yet on senior officials in Monterrey, Mexico's richest city, the local government said.

Homero Salcido was the head of the security and intelligence agency for the northern state of Nuevo Leon, of which Monterrey is the capital. Responsible for running the region's command center, Salcido was shot five times inside the SUV he was found in, the state government said in a statement.

The killing of a state-level official was the latest sign of a sharp escalation of violence in Monterrey, once considered one of Latin America's safest cities, as a war between the rival Gulf and Zetas cartels sucks the region deeper into Mexico's drug war.

More than 34,000 people have died in drug-related violence across Mexico since President Felipe Calderon launched a crackdown on drug cartels in December 2006 and the killings have spread beyond traditionally volatile border cities.

Iran MPs want death penalty for opposition leaders

That will teach em!

Probably won't go over to well with the Iranian People, but what do they Know eh?

Ahmalitlmunky's days are numbered, but I don't think this is the time.

(Reuters) - Iranian lawmakers urged judiciary on Tuesday to hand out death penalties to opposition leaders for fomenting unrest in the Islamic state after a rally in which one person was killed and dozens were wounded, state media said.

Clashes broke out between security forces and protesters when thousands of opposition supporters rallied in sympathy for popular uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia on Monday, reviving mass protests that shook Iran after a presidential vote in 2009.

"(Opposition leaders) Mehdi Karroubi and Mirhossein Mousavi are corrupts on earth and should be tried," the official IRNA news agency quoted lawmakers as saying in a statement.

The loose term "Corrupt on Earth," a charge which has been leveled at political dissidents in the past, carries the death penalty in the Islamic Iran.

Judiciary spokesman Gholamhossein Mohseni-Ejei said: "Those who created public disorder on Monday will be confronted firmly and immediately."

Iranian authorities have repeatedly accused opposition leaders of being part of a Western plot to overthrow the Islamic system. The claim has been denied by Mousavi and Karroubi.

Monday, February 14, 2011

Protests Build in Tehran

Iran is the one to watch, if the people of Iran can get the ball rolling, the outcome will be very different than in 2009.
Expect riots and bloodshed with this.

Maybe The Obamasiah can throw a little support behind the Iranian people this time, instead of turning his back.

The Wall Street Journal
Thousands of Iranians had gathered in several squares in Tehran by midday Monday, heeding calls in recent days by opposition leaders to demonstrate in solidarity with Egyptian and Tunisian protesters, who have recently toppled their regimes.

About 4,000 people had gathered in Azadi Square, in central Tehran, and more were streaming in, with dozens of police on motorbikes circling the square, according to eyewitnesses, opposition websites and Internet posts. Witnesses said a few thousand protesters had also gathered in Imam Hussein square, sitting on the ground and breaking out in chants when police tried to disperse them.

Security forces in the streets appear to be uniformed police, so far, according to eyewitnesses. In past demonstrations, plain-clothes security officers, including the Basij paramilitary, have been deployed. Early Monday, they hadn't been reported by eyewitnesses.

Opposition leaders Mir Hossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karoubi had been placed under house arrest early Monday, with communication lines to their home and mobile phones cut off, according to opposition websites. Police cars blocked the entry to their streets and, at one point, prevented Mr. Mousavi's wife from leaving her house.

Yemen police struggle to break up clashing protesters

And Yemen is a mess too, this has also been going on for a little bit while everyone has been paying so much attention to Egypt.

Yemen Is a shithole, But it does not look like things will turn out the same for them.

they have another kind of problem; Al Qaida.

(Reuters) - Hundreds of anti-government demonstrators clashed with supporters of Yemen's president on Monday south of the capital, with both sides hurling rocks as protests escalated in the impoverished Arabian Peninsula state.

Witnesses said police had fired shots into the air but were unable to control the crowds in the industrial town of Taiz, while in Sanaa protesters inspired by an uprising in Egypt vowed to march to police intelligence headquarters.

"Hey Ali, get out, get out," anti-government protesters shouted at Sanaa University, referring to President Ali Abdullah Saleh, a U.S. ally against al Qaeda's resurgent Yemen-based wing. "There is no solution except to leave."

Police stood between around 500 anti-government protesters and a rival group of around 100 supporters of Saleh at Sanaa University, a frequent launchpad for demonstrations, to prevent skirmishes.

Palestinian cabinet resigns

The Palestinian authority is gone, what next?
Probably not to bad of a situation except for that Palestinian activist freedom fighting group, Hamas.

(Reuters) - The Palestinian cabinet resigned on Monday and Prime Minister Salam Fayyad will select new ministers at the request of President Mahmoud Abbas, officials said.

The shakeup was long demanded by Fayyad and some in Abbas's Fatah faction. It followed the fall of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to a popular revolt that has set off reform calls throughout the Arab world.

"The cabinet resigned today and the formation of a new cabinet will take place as soon as possible," Ali Jarbawi, minister of planning, told Reuters.

A senior Palestinian official said Abbas plans to ask Fayyad, who has spearheaded efforts to build up Palestinian government institutions ahead of statehood, to form a new cabinet.

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Campaign Against Cupid Targets Malaysia's Muslims

Ah yes, the evils of valentines day, men, women, dating(And maybe sex)

It's disgusting and should be banned!(SARC OFF)

One of the biggest problems in Muslim countries is that instead of letting nature take it's course, they prefer to stifle it.
It is why they are so uptight about everything!

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia -- Malaysian Muslims debated Sunday whether to shun Valentine's Day after the government warned that the celebration was a "trap" that could trigger indecent behavior.

Although no laws prevent Malaysia's Muslim majority from marking the occasion with dinner dates and roses, officials have mounted a campaign insisting that such romantic gestures might tempt young people into having premarital sex.

Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin said late Saturday that the government was not trying to demean Valentine's Day, but stressed that it was "not suitable" for Muslims, who comprise nearly two-thirds of Malaysia's 28 million people.

His comments came after the government-run Malaysian Islamic Development Department, which handles religious policies, launched a publicity campaign Friday called "Mind the Valentine's Day Trap" and handed leaflets advising Muslim university students to avoid Monday's celebration.

Clubbing Mexico Style.

Oh yeah, there was dancing and drinking, drugs and women, Ak47's and grenades!
Only in Mexico...

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Armed men opened fire and hurled a grenade into a crowded nightclub early Saturday, killing six people and wounding at least 37 in a western city whose former tranquility has been shattered by escalating battles among drug cartels.

The attack in Mexico's second-largest municipality took place just hours after a shootout between soldiers and presumed cartel gunmen left eight people, including an innocent driver, dead in the northeastern city of Monterrey. Monterrey is Mexico's third-largest city.

In the Guadalajara attack, assailants in a Jeep Cherokee and a taxi drove up to the Butter Club, located in a bar and restaurant district popular with young people, and sprayed it with bullets.

Some of the men then got out of the taxi and threw a grenade into the nightclub entrance, said a police official, who spoke to news media at the scene and left without giving his name. The gunmen fled after the pre-dawn attack, he said.

Three were killed at the scene and three more died later in hospitals, said Medical Services Director Yannick Nordin. A Venezuelan and a Colombian were among the dead.

Tehran will bar opposition rally

Not in my country Bitches.
Ahmalitlmunky, thought it a great idea for Egypt to rise up, an Islamic Uprising, it was called.
The terrorist group the Muzzy Brotherhood did not get control(YET), Maybe that is what Iran was hoping for?
But maybe they did not like the fact that the people kind of got their way.

(Reuters) - Tehran will refuse permission for a reformist opposition rally in support of the uprising that toppled Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, a government official was quoted as saying Saturday.

"These people are fully aware of the illegality of their demand and they know they will not receive a permit for staging a riot," Mehdi Alikhani-Sadr, deputy director of the Interior Ministry's political bureau, was quoted by the semi-official Fars news agency as saying. It had always been highly unlikely the government would permit the rally organized by groups it considers seditious.

Mehdi Karoubi and Mir Hossein Mousavi, who lost a disputed 2009 presidential election, had applied for permission to stage a rally Monday in support of revolts in Egypt and Tunisia.

Tehran has presented the Egyptian uprising as an "Islamic awakening' similar to Iran's 1979 revolution. Thousands turned out Friday to mark the 32nd anniversary of the revolution in a Tehran rally promoted by the Iranian clerical establishment as a show of solidarity with "Islamic" protesters in Cairo.

Jawa Report Suspended?

Don't know whats up, can't get there from anywhere,Just says Account suspended .

Death toll rises to 48 in Iraq suicide bombing

"From the cruelty I've seen, it's al Qaeda who carried out this terrorist attack.

What? there is a distinction between an Al Qaida suicide bombing and your standard muzzy suicide bombing with no affiliation?

I thought all suicide bombings regardless of how many are killed, were Cruel!

(Reuters) - The toll from a suicide bombing that targeted Shi'ite pilgrims near the city of Samarra, one of Iraq's worst in recent weeks, rose to 48 dead and 80 wounded, police and officials said on Sunday.

The bomber detonated an explosives vest on Saturday at a bus depot at the entry to Samarra, where Shi'ites gathered last week to commemorate the death of one of their 12 revered imams.

The attacker managed to infiltrate a crowd of pilgrims at a security checkpoint where authorities used explosives-sniffing dogs to search vehicles before they entered the city.

"From the cruelty I've seen, it's al Qaeda who carried out this terrorist attack. Al Qaeda insists on undermining stability and peace in Samarra," said Majeed Abbas, a local leader of the government-backed Sunni Sahwa militia.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Egypt protests heat up as army endorses Mubarak

Well that will about settle that!

With the Army on Mubaraks side, the protesters on the streets don't have much of a choice now.

What a bit, Afternoon or Evening prayers could result in a Meltdown.

Tensions are rising in Egypt as tens of thousands of protesters continue to demand that authoritarian President Hosni Mubarak step down despite his announcement that he would remain in office until September.

Egypt's military said Friday that it endorses Mubarak's decision not to resign, which he announced Thursday after widespread speculation that he would announce he was stepping down during a special address to the country.

The military said in a statement that it supports his plan for a peaceful transfer of power, and for free and fair presidential elections later in the year.

It also promised to end the country's 30-year state of emergency once "the current situation has ended."

Protesters had demanded a repeal of the law, which allows for the arbitrary arrest and detention of those the military perceives as agitators.

Despite the army's concession, protesters remained furious Friday, swarming outside the presidential palace and streaming by the thousands into Cairo's Tahrir Square.

South Sudan army clashes with renegade kill 105

As Egypt boils in its insanity, South Sudan is ready to pop.


WTF is up with all this Strife in Muslim Countries?

(Reuters) - Deadly clashes between south Sudan's army and a renegade commander have killed 105 fighters and civilians, the army said on Friday, as the war-scarred region moves toward independence.

The violence comes days after results of a referendum on secession confirmed south Sudan would declare independence in July, after decades of civil war which claimed 2 million lives.

The region's army said clashes at Fangak in Jonglei state on February 9 and 10 had killed 50 fighters from both sides and 39 civilians, adding to the 16 casualties it reported a day earlier from fighting in Door.

"It was George Athor's men who came with machine guns, AK 47s and started firing," said south Sudan's army spokesman Philip Aguer.

American on murder charges again held in Pakistan

Two more weeks, and at the end of that?

(Reuters) - A Pakistani court jailed an American, accused of murdering two Pakistani men during what he said was an attempted robbery, for 14 more days on Friday, dragging out a diplomatic row between the troubled allies.

Raymond Davis, a U.S. embassy employee who Washington says has diplomatic immunity, shot and killed two Pakistani men on January 27 in Lahore in what he and the United States say was self-defense.

Pakistan has questioned his diplomatic status and has detained Davis on remand since the incident, infuriating the United States. Washington says his continued detention is a violation of international treaties.

"He has been sent to Kot Lakhpat jail on a 14-day judicial remand," Abdul Samad, deputy prosecutor general, told reporters, referring to the city's main prison. Police will continue their investigation, he said.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Arizona Rancher Will Fight Court Order To Pay Damages to Undocumented Immigrants

You have got to be Kidding me.

I only hope that Mr. Barnett, refuses to pay this fine.

What other Bullshit is going to come out of the Fiasco that is the U.S. Border.

An Arizona rancher who was ordered to pay nearly $90,000 in punitive damages to undocumented immigrants he confronted, with a gun, is going to request a rehearing, his attorney said.

“We’ll be filing a motion for a rehearing,” said David T. Hardy, who is representing Roger Barnett. “He feels he got screwed. I have some sympathy for that view.”

The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals last week upheld a lower court verdict ordering Barnett to pay the damages for the 2004 incident, in which the plaintiffs claimed that he approached them with his dog and said he’d shoot them if they tried to leave.

The court said that an Arizona law permitted a person to threaten to use – or actually use – physical force against someone else when that person believes it is necessary for protection “against the other’s use or attempted use of unlawful physical force.”

But the court said that Barnett held them at gunpoint even after becoming aware that no one in the group of 16 men and women was armed, and so he could not use the argument of self-defense.

“Basically they said he took his pistol out and kept his pistol out longer than necessary,” Hardy said.

In fact, Hardy added, Barnett put his gun away after realizing that no one in the group was armed, and after feeling he was not in physical danger.

Mexico Angry at U.S. Official's 'Insurgency' Remark

Always playin the name game!
What else are you supposed to call the insurgency in Mexico?

Do the cartels go around terrorizing the citizens of Mexico?
Do the drug running douchebags live amongst the people they terrorize?
do they set off carbombs? Not many but the answer is still yes!
Do they cut off peoples heads?

Does Mexico look like a war zone half the time?

Its an insurgency Jackass what else would you call it ?

MEXICO CITY -- The Mexican government on Wednesday condemned comments by a top U.S. Defense Department official characterizing the drug gang violence here as a "form of insurgency" -- remarks the official later apologized for and retracted.

Mexico's Foreign Secretary Patricia Espinosa regretted that "outdated visions" on drug trafficking continue to be used and urged U.S. officials to refrain from commenting on issues they are not fully informed about.

We do not understand? WTF! You people are to Ignorant to understand what is happening in your own country! your people are being killed right and left and we don't understand!

"These unfortunate incidents should show that officials need to refrain from making statements, from giving opinions without having all the facts," Espinosa said.

Westphal made his initial remarks Monday at the Hinkley Institute of Politics Forum. In a statement Tuesday he said that in response to a question, he "mistakenly characterized the challenge posed by drug cartels to Mexico as 'a form of insurgency."'

"My comments were not and have never been the policy of the Department of Defense or the U.S. Government toward Latin America," he added. "I regret that my inaccurate statements may have caused concerns for our partners and friends in the region, especially Mexico."

Muslim Students in Britain Reportedly Taught to Chop Off Hands of Thieves, Hate Jews

More Religion of peace!
How nice!
O.K. class your homework is to write a report on the proper way to cut off the Infidels Hands, And draw pictures.
And for extra credits you may write an essay on why da jooos are apes and pigs!
(Sarc off)
(No I do not think da jooos are apes and pigs, read on)

Islamic schools across Britain are reportedly teaching their students how to cut off thieves’ hands and that Jews are plotting to take over the world.

One textbook given to 15-year-old students outlines physical punishments for violating Shariah law, according to BBC.

“For thieves their hands will be cut off for a first offence, and their foot for a subsequent offence,” the book says.

Diagrams are given to teenagers detailing where the amputations should be made, The Telegraph reports.

Investigative TV show “Panorama” on BBC One will reportedly present evidence Wednesday night that the textbooks were uncovered at a network of 40 private schools that teach a Saudi Arabian national curriculum.

Textbooks claiming Jews were transformed into pigs and apes have been distributed to up to 5,000 students at weekend schools across England, according to The Telegraph. Another book for 6-year-olds says that people who don’t believe in Islam will suffer “hellfire” in death.

Boy suicide bomber kills 31 at Pakistan army

What a nice way to live, your religion is Islam, its so peaceful, you love Allah, you love your job,
hey wait a minute what is that little boy doing? Doh!
He sploded himself all up, oh my he took out all my co workers!
Allahu Akbar!
The Religion of shit is what it is, a twelve year old suicide bomber? He must have had to pay for one of his family members sins!

(Reuters) - A 12-year-old boy in a school uniform blew himself up at a Pakistani army recruitment center Thursday, killing 31 cadets, officials said, in an attack that challenges government assertions that it has weakened militants.

The army has carried out a series of offensives against the al Qaeda-linked Pakistani Taliban movement, which claimed responsibility for the attack.

Operations in lawless tribal areas along the Afghan border have failed to break the resolve of Taliban fighters determined to destabilize the U.S.-backed government.

The brazen bombing in the northwestern town of Mardan suggested militants are regrouping after a lull in major attacks.

In a sign of how nervous the government is about security, soldiers at the gates of the military compound searched drivers before allowing them to transport coffins inside.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

U.S. faces terror threat from within, Napolitano says

Pure Genius, I wonder how she figured all this out?

"One of the most striking elements of today's threat picture is that plots to attack America increasingly involve American residents and citizens,"

ore than 120 people have been indicted in federal court on terror-related charges. About 50 of them were U.S. citizens

Dammit Janet, at least you seem to be catching on.

USA Today
WASHINGTON — Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano offered a sobering assessment of the terror threat facing the United States on Wednesday, saying it was at perhaps the "most heightened state" since the Sept. 11 attacks nearly a decade ago.

Napolitano, appearing before the House Homeland Security Committee, said the threat from al-Qaeda, the group that planned the assaults in 2001, has been augmented by al-Qaeda-inspired groups and the emergence of homegrown radicals in the USA.

"One of the most striking elements of today's threat picture is that plots to attack America increasingly involve American residents and citizens," she said. "We are now operating under the assumption, based on the latest intelligence and recent arrests, that individuals prepared to carry out terrorist attacks and acts of violence might be in the United States, and they could carry out acts of violence with little or no warning."

During the past two years, more than 120 people have been indicted in federal court on terror-related charges. About 50 of them were U.S. citizens, said Rep. Pete King, R-N.Y., homeland committee chairman, citing Justice Department statistics.

Moscow airport bomber named, his siblings arrested

Awesome, they arrest the guys Brother and sister.
They deserve it, they were involved in the bombing plot.
Does anyone think that Dooki Umarov is gonna care.

Russia – Russian authorities named a suspected suicide bomber of Moscow's airport and arrested his teenage brother and sister, an official said Wednesday.

The Jan. 24 bombing of Domodedovo airport was conducted by 20-year-old Magomed Yevloyev, said an official working with Russia's top investigative agency in the province of Ingushetia. He spoke on condition of anonymity because he wasn't authorized to publicly discuss the issue.

Officials have previously said that the bomber was a 20-year-old man from the Caucasus, but didn't give his name.

Chechen rebel warlord Doku Umarov has claimed responsibility for the attack that killed 36 and injured more than 180.

A court in Ingushetia's provincial capital, Magas, also ordered the arrest of Yevloyev's 15-year-old brother and 16-year old sister, suspected of involvement in the attack, the official said. They also arrested another resident of Yevloyev's home village of Ali-Yurt on the same charges.

Newest Nation: Off to a Good Start

Only a few days old and already the country is learning about political assassinations.
The rural development minister must not have been Islamic enough.

(Reuters) - A South Sudan minister was shot dead inside his ministry on Wednesday, days after referendum results confirmed the region will become Africa's newest independent state, the southern army spokesman said.

"The minister for rural development and cooperation has been killed by a driver working at the ministry. He also killed a guard at the door of the ministry then shot himself," South Sudan's army spokesman Philip Aguer said.

Final results of a referendum on independence confirmed on Monday that South Sudan will become the world's newest nation on July 9.

Three officials confirmed the dead minister was Jimmy Lemi. No motive was immediately clear for the attack, which underlines insecurity in the South Sudan capital Juba ahead of independence.

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Armed Bird at Cockfight Kills Man in Calif.

Awesome, Nothing like a vicious animal getting its revenge before it is killed.

A cholo Chicken, the meanest Knife wielding bird in existence.

DELANO, Calif. -- A Central California man who was at a cockfight died after being stabbed in the leg by a bird that had a knife attached to its own limb, officials confirmed Monday.

Jose Luis Ochoa, 35, of Lamont, was declared dead at a hospital about two hours after he was injured in neighboring Tulare County on Jan. 30, the Kern County coroner said.

An autopsy concluded Ochoa died of an accidental "sharp force injury" to his right calf.

Sheriff's spokesman Ray Pruitt said it was unclear if a delay in seeking medical attention contributed to Ochoa's death.

"I have never seen this type of incident," Sgt. Martin King, a 24-year veteran of the sheriff's department, told the Bakersfield Californian.

Ochoa and the other spectators fled when authorities arrived at the scene of the fight, King told the newspaper. Deputies found five dead roosters and other evidence of cockfighting at the location, he said.

No arrests were made at the cockfight.

U.K. 'Did All It Could' to Free Lockerbie Bomber

No surprise, it was kinda obvious at the time.

And the piece of shit is still alive.

It seems as long as you are Muslim, you can kill as many people as you want.

Its the Allahu Akbar defense, as you detonate your bombs and kill innocent people just shout Allahu Akbar, you will be seen as a freedom fighter and people will Praise you.

LONDON – Britain's previous government did "all it could" to help Libya win the release of the only man convicted of the Pan Am bombing in Scotland in 1988, though it insisted the decision was made entirely by Scottish officials, Britain's head of civil service said Monday.

However, Sir Gus O'Donnell, the leader of the Cabinet Office, also said he found no evidence that the central government had put any pressure on Scottish authorities to grant the release.

Abdel Baset al-Megrahi, the only man convicted in the terrorist attack, was granted a compassionate release from a Scottish prison in August 2009 on the ground that he was suffering from prostate cancer and would die soon.

He is still alive.

Islamist rebel says he ordered Russian bombing

1. It does not surprise me that an Islamist has claimed the Russian airport bombing.

2. If this is the Jackass that ordered this suicide bombing, What took him so long to Claim it?

Islam, Always be suspicious.

(Reuters) - Islamist rebel leader Doku Umarov said on Monday he had ordered a suicide bombing that killed 36 people at Russia's busiest airport last month.

Umarov, 46, speaking in a video carried by the Islamist website, said there would be further such attacks in pursuit of an independent Muslim state governed by Sharia law in Russia's Caucasus region -- a territory embracing Chechnya, Dagestan and other nearby territories.

Umarov appeared in the video, apparently made on the day of the January 24 attack on Moscow's Domodedovo airport, wearing combat fatigues, talking quietly and hesitantly.

"The special operation today in Moscow ... was carried out on my orders," said Umarov, who styles himself the Emir of the Caucasus.

"These special operations will continue ... to show the chauvinist regime of (Russian Prime Minister Vladimir) Putin in Moscow ... that we can carry out these operations where we want and when we want," he said, pointing a finger toward the camera.

Monday, February 7, 2011

Troops kill 8 Taliban in Swat, 4 in S Waziristan

A few Taliban getting their guaranteed virginal Male goats

Daily times
RAWALPINDI: Security forces have killed eight more Taliban in Swat, said the ISPR on Thursday as the Online news agency reported that troops had killed four Taliban in South Waziristan.

At least two soldiers were also killed and seven security personnel injured in an explosion in Bannu.

“Security forces a conducted search operation in the area around Loe Namal and Pansarat, and killed eight Taliban, including local commander Bilal,” said the ISPR, adding that forces destroyed 20 hideouts and seized eight machine guns, a rifle and other arms.

Sunday, February 6, 2011

U.S. Government Slips Through China Internet Censors With New Technology

Good one, But will anyone have the Gonads to implement it?

The U.S. government has figured out how to bust through Internet censorship filters in order to deliver news and other vital information via e-mail to people in countries like China, according to a recent report.

The official report from the Broadcasting Board of Governors detailed successful testing the agency conducted last year as it tried to slip data into inboxes in Hong Kong and China. The testing involved technology known as Feed Over e-mail, or FOE, to bypass traps the Chinese government has in place to screen out unwanted Internet content.

According to the report, first obtained and published by the nonprofit GovernmentAttic through a Freedom of Information Act request, the technology "performed well in all tests." BBG confirmed the report's authenticity to

Experts behind the testing said this information weapon probably could not have done much good in a situation like that unfolding in Egypt, where the government was flat-out blocking Internet access in response to the political unrest.

"If there's a blackout ... nothing works," BBG Director of Information Security Ken Berman said.

But the agency's testing demonstrated that, at least in China, it can be used effectively to transmit everything from RSS feeds to downloadable files to proxy web addresses which users can access to browse an uncensored version of the Internet.


And I thought all the Riots were over the High cost of Food.

I think this Guy was going for the Berzerker effect, You know the "don't fucking mess with me because I'm a crazed lunatic that will tear your ass apart"
Maybe he was trying to get a new Puppy to play with him, No , They don't like dogs.

Either wat that is alot of fatty meat to put on a sandwich.

Two dead as Tunisian police fires on protesters

You gotta love Islam, Strife, unrest, riots, police bitch slappin women in the streets and then shooting people because they did not like it.

The later part I don't understand, I thought it was allowable to Bitch slap your women in Islam? Maybe that is just your own Women.

(Reuters) - At least two people were killed and 17 others wounded in northern Tunisia on Saturday when police opened fire to quell a protest after a senior police officer slapped a woman in the face, official and media sources said.

The head of police in the city of El Kef was arrested after the shooting, an Interior Ministry source said.

Four policemen had been arrested earlier on Saturday on suspicion of links to the death on Friday of two civilians while in police custody in Sidi Bouzid, the epicenter of a popular revolt that ousted last month President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali and reverberated across the Arab world.

Public confidence in the police has been at a low since the revolt, with many Tunisians blaming police officers for killing protesters and associating them with the ousted president.

Iran opens trial of US 'hikers'

I wish these guys all the luck with the fair trial they are going to receive in Iran !
Uh, well I wish them luck.

Al Jizz era
An Iranian court has begun closed-door proceedings in the espionage trial of three Americans, two still in custody and one freed on bail.

The trial on Sunday of Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal, along with that of Sarah Shourd, who was released on $500,000 bail in September, comes 18 months after they were arrested on July 31 2009 near Iran's border with Iraq.

The three, in their late twenties and early thirties, say they were hiking in the mountains of northern Iraq and crossed the unmarked border by mistake.

Iran held them on suspicion of spying, a crime which can carry the death penalty.

Barack Obama, the US president, met Shourd on her return to the United States, an event he called "bittersweet" due to the continued detention of the other two, one of whom is Shourd's fiance.

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the Iranian president, suggested last February that the Americans might be released as part of a prisoner swap for Iranians he says were abducted or tricked into going to the United States and jailed without due legal process.

Egypt's Brotherhood to hold talks with government

Egypt's largest opposition group, the Muslim Brotherhood, said it would begin talks Sunday with the government to try to end the country's political crisis

They also vowed to assist in the further downward spiral into absolute Chaos and repression with an overall Lack of freedom once they implement sharia law.

CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's largest opposition group, the Muslim Brotherhood, said it would begin talks Sunday with the government to try to end the country's political crisis but made clear it would insist on the immediate ouster of longtime authoritarian President Hosni Mubarak.

The decision by the fundamentalist Brotherhood, which has been outlawed since 1954, comes as Egypt's leadership seeks to defuse mass demonstrations — now in their 13th day — by proposing reforms but stopping short of the protesters' key demand that Mubarak step down.

The talks would be the first known discussions between the government and the Brotherhood in years, suggesting the group could gain an open political role in the post-Mubarak era along with other opposition political parties.

The Brotherhood said in a statement that its representatives would meet with Vice President Omar Suleiman to press its "legitimate and just demands." Suleiman has accused the Brotherhood, businessmen and foreigners he did not identify as being behind a wave of looting and arson that swept much of the country last weekend after security forces inexplicably pulled out from the streets.