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Friday, September 30, 2011

Islamist cleric Anwar al-Awlaki 'killed in Yemen'

Hell yeah !
American bitch boy of Al Qaida is DEAD !
Yemeni forces are reported as the responsible parties so congratulations Yemen.
Supposedly a few of his minions were also taken out.

What an excellent way to start of a Friday !


The US-born radical Islamist cleric and suspected al-Qaeda leader Anwar al-Awlaki has been killed in Yemen, the country's defence ministry has said.

A statement said only that he died "along with some of his companions".

Mr Awlaki, who is of Yemeni descent, has been on the run in Yemen since December 2007.

The US has named him a "specially designated global terrorist" for his alleged role in a number of attacks and he is said to be on a CIA hit list.

China launches research module to orbit Earth

So what happens when we shelf every bit of our manned space missions and give up even trying to do anything further to assist the space station and retain our dominance in space?
CHINA happens.
China will now take the lead in the space department by launching its first start to their own space station, hopefully it will be as high quality as their crappy products they churn out for the world market.

Thanks Obama, You jackass.

China launched an experimental module to lay the groundwork for a future space station on Thursday, underscoring its ambitions to become a major space power over the coming decade.

The box car-size Tiangong-1 module was shot into space from the Jiuquan launch center on the edge of the Gobi Desert aboard a Long March 2FT1 rocket.

It is to move into an orbit 217 miles above Earth and conduct surveys of Chinese farmland using special cameras, along with experiments involving growing crystals in zero gravity.

China then plans to launch an unmanned Shenzhou 8 spacecraft to practice remote-controlled docking maneuvers with the module, possibly within the next few weeks. Two more missions, at least one of them manned, are to meet up with it next year for further practice, with astronauts staying for up to one month.

The 8.5-ton module, whose name translates as "Heavenly Palace-1," is to stay aloft for two years, after which two other experimental modules are to be launched for additional tests before the actual station is launched in three sections between 2020 and 2022.

Thursday, September 29, 2011

court upholds key parts of tough Alabama law

Its a start, but it is sure to be put on hold.
The Supreme court will surely tackle this one now, and it will be years before a decision can be made.

The ensuing protests should be good fodder for posts, as we will get to see the Illegal Immigrants march in the streets again demanding more rights than American citizens once again !

Christian Science Monitor

A federal judge’s ruling in Alabama Wednesday raises the possibility that, after being repeatedly rejected by courts across the country, a controversial provision that police check the immigration status of people who might be illegal immigrants could be enforced for the first time.

Several states have passed anti-illegal immigration bills with similar statutes, starting with Arizona's SB 1070 last year. But each law has been put on hold by the courts until now. Chief US District Judge Sharon Blackburn on Wednesday rejected some parts of Alabama's far-reaching bill against illegal immigration. But she upheld the section of the law dealing with residency-status checks during routine stops.

For law enforcement, which has repeatedly opposed such laws, the ruling is raising questions about how such a mandate can be enforced – and whether it will lead to lawsuits over allegations of civil-rights violations.

Appeals from opposition groups are certain, and some experts say the Alabama ruling makes it increasingly likely that the issue will end up before the US Supreme Court. The Arizona case has already been appealed to the Supreme Court, though the court has not yet decided whether it will take the case.

Homegrown Terrorist.

And yet another Homegrown Terrorist asswipe caught again.
And does this guy fit the profile or what.
Ultimately we must be more alert and watch for idiots like this, profile if you will.
An Ashland man who holds a physics degree from Northeastern University was charged yesterday with an Al Qaeda-inspired plot to send a remote-controlled aircraft carrying explosives into the Pentagon and the US Capitol “to kill as many people as possible,’’ according to a complaint filed in federal court.

Rezwan Ferdaus, 26, a US citizen whose only known previous crime was vandalism, told FBI agents working undercover as Al Qaeda members that he wanted to “change the world,’’ according to the complaint.

“I just can’t stop; there is no other choice for me,’’ he told the agents, according to an affidavit written by FBI Special Agent Gary S. Cacace.

“This is what we have to do. This is the righteous way . . . to terrorize enemies of Allah,’’ he said, calling for the deaths of any kafir, the Arabic term for nonbeliever.

Federal officials said that at no point did Ferdaus have sole control of explosive materials, such as C-4, or guns and that he was closely monitored by the FBI during his alleged plotting in the past year. But they also say that he was repeatedly questioned about his plans and that he was committed to carrying out the attacks.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Taliban claim no ties to Pakistan

Taqiya, lies, Denial,B.S., whatever you would like to call it that's what this is.

Of course the Taliban is going to say this, just like Pakistan denies it; anything to divert eyes away from the reality of what is going on.

If they were to admit to it Pakistan would lose money and the Taliban would be having a bigger fight on their hands when the U.S. finally says the gloves are off and starts to go after all the targets they want inside Pakistan.

Always remember, Islam Lies!
The Taliban are rejecting claims that they or any of their allies have ties to the Pakistani government.

The insurgent group said in a statement on Tuesday that it had no bases in Pakistan.

The claim runs contrary to US and international assertions that the Taliban retain numerous safe havens and bases in Pakistan's tribal areas, used to stage attacks into neighbouring Afghanistan.

The Taliban also reject US charges that the Haqqani network, a key affiliate, has ties to Pakistan's intelligence service.

The group says Haqqani network founder Jalaluddin Haqqani is a key member of the Taliban leadership.

Monday, September 26, 2011

British police charge six in terror plot

Members of the Religion of Peace, preparing for a party of death for some innocent victims!
Could you Imagine what the world would be like right now if no one actively went after those who would commit such acts of terror, it would be a scary place.
Six men have been charged with involvement in a terror-bomb plot, police announced on Sunday.

The arrests last Monday of the six Birmingham-area men were part of a “major operation” by the West Midlands counterterrorism unit, the West Midlands police department said.

Police said Tuesday they had been given until midnight Sunday to charge the men, release them or apply for a further extension.

Four were charged with preparing for an act of terrorism and two more with failing to disclose information, the police said. One of those two was also charged with terrorist fundraising.

All six, who are aged between 25 and 32, will appear at West London Magistrates Court on Monday.

The police said Irfan Nasser, 30, Irfan Khalid, 26, Ashik Ali, 26, and Rahin Ahmed, 25, were charged with plotting terrorist acts.

They were involved in planning between Dec. 25, 2010 and Sept. 19 of this year to prepare or help others prepare to commit acts of terrorism, the department said.

King Abdullah Gives Saudi Women Right to Vote for First Time

I can see a lot of people in the Muslim world being very upset with Saudi Arabia.
Giving women the right to vote? Whats wrong with them (Insert suicide bomber here)

Saudi Arabia granted women the right to vote for the first time in its modern history as part of changes King Abdullah said will let them run in future municipal elections.

“We refuse to marginalize the role of women in Saudi society in every field of work,” Abdullah said yesterday on state television. “Women have the right to submit their candidacy for municipal council membership and have the right to take part in submitting candidates in accordance with Shariah.”

Saudi Arabia enforces gender restrictions interpreted from the Wahhabi version of Sunni Islam. Men and women are strictly segregated in public, including at schools, restaurants and lines at fast-food takeouts. That keeps women out of sales jobs in malls and stores, unless the outlet caters exclusively to a female clientele, and they are also barred from driving.

American hikers taken hostage 'because of their nationality'

Glad to see them home, now if they could stop with the America sucks innuendos it would be a lot better for them.

"The only explanation for our prolonged detention is the 32 years of mutual hostility between America and Iran"

Really? why does America have the hostility towards Iran Dipshit?

I guess we should not be hostile to a country that would like to see us disappear as a country, and 32 years ago took 52 American hostages and held them for 444 days !

Hey jackass, I hear there are some nice hiking trails in Afghanistan, why don't you and your other rejects go hike around there and see how you come out of that one !

The Telegraph
Hikers, Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal say they believe they were imprisoned as hostages because of their nationality, not because they may have illegally strayed across the Iranian border.

The pair were detained in July 2009 along the Iran-Iraq border and maintain they were only hiking in Iraq's relatively peaceful Kurdish region and may have wrongly ended up in Iran.
Speaking after their arrival in New York, Josh Fattal and Shane Bauer said their detention was, "never about crossing the unmarked border between Iran and Iraq."
Shane Bauer said, "We were held because of our nationality" not because they unknowingly crossed into Iran.
"The only explanation for our prolonged detention is the 32 years of mutual hostility between America and Iran, " Bauer added.

Sunday, September 25, 2011

U.K. Muslims Hold Rally Against Extremism

Not something you hear of everyday from the Islamic world.

And if those certain extremists that Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri is talking about get pissy over this, we may not hear it again for a while.

Good luck with this Muhammad, you will need it!


Thousands of Muslims held a rally in London on Saturday to fight extremism and promote a moderate, inclusive version of Islam.
The event in Wembley arena was led by Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri, a respected Pakistan-born Islamic scholar, who gained recognition outside the Muslim world after he published a detailed fatwa -- or religious ruling -- against terrorism and suicide bombings last year.

"I want to address those who are lost, who have a total misconception of jihad -- I want to send them a message -- come back to normal life. Whatever you're doing is totally against Islam," he told the audience, which included families with young children and students.

Some Islamic scholars, including Tahir-ul-Qadri, have warned that a power vacuum in North Africa and the Middle East could lead to militant and extremist groups gaining ground in upcoming elections caused by the so-called Arab Spring.
"If these elements come into power, it will be a big disaster," Tahir-ul-Qadri told The Associated Press.
He said his message is primarily aimed at people who are on the edge of being radicalized -- not those who had already been "brainwashed."

Occupy Wall Street!

80 people arrested today in the protests, women were pepper sprayed, hippies were thrown to the ground and got the cuff and stuff treatment from New Yorks finest.

I would have put the video of the pepper spray incident up, it is funny to watch the smelly hippie cry; but I will not support their propaganda that they paste through the whole thing.

when you protest and literally annoy everyone around you you may not be treated so nicely by the police, antagonizing is not the way to get your way !

Maybe if the hippies would at least take a shower it would be different!

About 80 people have been arrested as demonstrators who were camped out near the New York Stock Exchange marched through lower Manhattan.
The "Occupy Wall Street" protest is entering its second week. Demonstrators said Saturday that they are protesting bank bailouts, the mortgage crisis and Georgia's execution of Troy Davis.
At Manhattan's Union Square, police tried to corral the demonstrators using orange plastic netting. Some of the arrests were filmed and activists posted the videos online.

Pakistan Says ‘Confusion,’ ‘Disarray’ in U.S. Afghan Policy

Disarray ? Confusion ? Of course, how are we supposed to deal with countries that say they want to fight against terrorism yet at the same time support the terrorists that we are fighting against !

Hey Pakistan, You were helping Osama Bin Laden live a cushy life you jackass's.


Pakistan’s Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said U.S. policy on Afghanistan shows a “confusion and policy disarray” and the three nations need to coordinate action to combat terrorism.

“Clearly, there is concern over the deterioration of the security situation in Afghanistan,” Gilani said in a statement released by the Foreign Ministry in Islamabad yesterday. “There is the need for close policy coordination between Afghanistan, Pakistan and the U.S.”

Recent attacks in the Afghan capital, Kabul, including on the U.S. embassy were “disquieting” and Pakistan condemns such incidents, Gilani said.

U.S. and Afghan officials say the Haqqani group based in Pakistan and eastern Afghanistan, backed by Pakistan’s main military intelligence agency, carried out high-profile attacks in Kabul, including the Sept. 13 assault that hit the U.S. embassy with rocket-propelled grenades.

“We strongly reject assertions of complicity with the Haqqanis or of proxy war,” Gilani said in the statement. The “blame-game is self-defeating.”

Friday, September 23, 2011

Strange Particles May Travel Faster Than Light

This cosmic speed limit, 299,792,458 meters per second (about 700 million miles an hour), forms the backbone of Einstein's seminal Theory of Special Relativity, published in 1905. To rewrite this law would have broad-ranging implications, including even the possibility of time travel.

Could Einsteins theory finally be disproved?


Nothing goes faster than the speed of light. At least, we didn't think so.
New results from the CERN laboratory in Switzerland seem to break this cardinal rule of physics, calling into question one of the most trusted laws discovered by Albert Einstein.
Physicists have found that tiny particles called neutrinos are making a 454-mile (730-kilometer) underground trip faster than they should — more quickly, in fact, than light could do. If the results are confirmed, they could throw much of modern physics into upheaval.

The results come from the OPERA experiment, which sends sprays of neutrinos from CERN in Geneva to the INFN Gran Sasso Laboratory in Italy. After analyzing the results from 15,000 particles, it seems the neutrinos are crossing the distance at a velocity 20 parts per million faster than the speed of light.
By making use of advanced GPS systems and atomic clocks, the researchers were able to determine this speed to an accuracy of less than 10 nanoseconds (.00000001 seconds)

UN nuclear agency does US bidding

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad accused the U.N. nuclear watchdog of being in the pocket of the United States and illegally releasing the names of three nuclear scientists who were then assassinated by alleged Israeli-trained killers.

Yes the annual Ahmadinejad rant at the U.N.

Why this piece of shit is never banned from entering America is beyond me.

Maybe getting the U.N. out of the U.S. will help.
In a wide-ranging interview Thursday evening with The Associated Press, he also claimed that explosive material _ and not airliners alone _ brought down the World Trade Center, attacked U.S. policies from Libya to Afghanistan, and said when his second and final term ends in two years "new elections will be held and someone else will occupy this office."

The interview took place hours after Ahmadinejad lashed out at America so fiercely in his speech to the U.N. General Assembly that diplomats from more than 30 countries, led by those from the United States, walked out.

Yet, after calling the U.S. a greedy, arrogant power too ready to use military force, Ahmadinejad told the AP that it isn't too late for President Barack Obama to carry out his election pledge to improve ties with Iran after three decades of enmity.

"I don't believe that this is a chance that has been completely lost," he said.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

NATO Claims Killing of Afghan Commander Linked to Deadly U.S. Helicopter Downing

I hope it was extremely painful when the Missile slammed into Tahir, I know it was quick, but I hope he heard it coming and was running like a little rat to get away when it happened

Dead Taliban is good Taliban !

NATO said Thursday it had killed a Taliban commander who was linked to an operation that ended with the deaths of 30 American servicemen after their helicopter was shot down in Afghanistan.
Qari Tahir was killed Tuesday in Wardak province in a precision air strike after being located along with an associate, NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) said in a statement.

"Tahir coordinated ambush attacks against Afghan forces and led fighters under his control to conduct hijackings of convoy vehicles. Additionally, he facilitated abductions and held his hostages for ransom," ISAF said.
The statement added, "Tahir was the Taliban's top leader in Tangi Valley and was the target of a previous combined operation on Aug. 5, 2011, that resulted in the loss of the CH-47 Chinook last month. He led a group of insurgent fighters throughout the valley and was known to use roadside bombs and rockets to intimidate the local populace."

Michigan; Monroe car bombing

WTF? A car Bombing in America is unheard of.
The target seems like a normal lawyer type of a guy, sure people do not like lawyers but the guy does not seem like he is a shyster type.

I hope this is just an act of revenge and not some new trend in terrorism within the U.S.

The Detroit Free Press

Federal investigators are asking for the public’s help to learn who planted a bomb in the car that exploded Tuesday night, injuring a lawyer and his two sons in Monroe.

“We got a ton of leads,” said Special Agent Donald Dawkins of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. “We have some serious directions that we’re going toward, but none that I can say are concrete.”

At the wheel of the station wagon was Erik G. Chappell, 42, of La Salle, a local lawyer who coaches 4th through 6th grade boys’ football as part of the Catholic Youth Organization. He and his boys appear to have been headed to football practice when the bomb exploded at 5:41 p.m. on East Elm Avenue just east of I-75.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

US Building Secret Drone Bases in Africa, Arabian Peninsula

Why not, its not like Al Qaida and its rejects want to come here and kill us if they could.

Predators are a great deterrent and an equalizer in the fight against terrorism, when they fly around a suspected terrorist camp or hold up, the sound of the engine keeps these halfwits from sleeping very well, and the thought of being taken out with a hellfire enema at any given moment has to do wonders for their stress and anxiety levels.

The United States is reported to be expanding a secret drone program in east Africa and the Arabian peninsula in order to gather intelligence and strike al-Qaida-linked militants in Somalia and Yemen.

Citing U.S. defense officials, The Washington Post reported that the U.S. is building a new military installation to host the unmanned aircraft in Ethiopia, where drones can more easily attack members of the militant group al-Shabab that is fighting for control of neighboring Somalia.

The report also said the U.S. has re-opened a drone base in the Seychelles, an island nation in the Indian Ocean, where a small fleet of "hunter-killer" drones resumed operations this month after a test mission determined that aircraft based there could patrol Somalia.

In addition, the report said the Central Intelligence Agency is building a secret airstrip somehwere in the Arabian subcontinent in order to carry out drone missions against al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula. U.S. officials say the group, based in Yemen, is al-Qaida's most active branch, and is responsible for several attempted attacks on U.S. targets.

The U.S. is reported to have already flown drones over Somalia and Yemen from installations in Djibouti

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Eight militants killed in clash at Orakzai checkpost

This is how all the Taliban should be dealt with, resistance resulting in Death.

Taliban militants attacked a security checkpost in the northwestern Orakzai tribal region, killing one paramilitary soldier and wounding five, local officials said.

In a retaliatory attack, eight militants were killed and 13 wounded.

There was no independent confirmation of the report. The Taliban often dispute official casualty figures.

Orakzai is one of the most lawless areas in Pakistan’s northwest tribal region, which is made up of seven districts near the Afghan border.

Six still held in Birmingham anti-terror operation

It is understood the investigation, which has involved security service MI5, relates to suspected Islamist extremism. However, it is not thought that an attack or threat was imminent

When you say Islamist extremism, you can be sure that there is an imminent threat of an attack!

Six men arrested in Birmingham as part of a large anti-terrorism operation remain in police custody as further searches of properties are carried out.

The men, aged between 25 and 32, are being held on suspicion of the commission, preparation or instigation of an act of terrorism in the UK.

Police raided 14 properties on Monday and remain at 10 of those premises.

A woman held on suspicion of failing to disclose information contrary to the Terrorism Act 2000 has been bailed.

The arrests are thought to be the most significant this year, BBC home affairs correspondent Danny Shaw said.

It is understood the investigation, which has involved security service MI5, relates to suspected Islamist extremism. However, it is not thought that an attack or threat was imminent

Saleh forces 'shell Sanaa protest camp'

Protest and die, the latest fad in Islam.
Syria has the obvious title of the leading trend setter, but Yemen seems to gaining some ground.

Government forces in Yemen have continued firing shells at a protester camp in the capital, witnesses say.

Explosions rocked Sanaa all night, and at least two people had died in the shelling, according to doctors.

Government forces launched a crackdown on the protesters on Sunday, killing more than 50 people in two days.

Groups of protesters have occupied various parts of the capital for most of the year, calling for the ousting of President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Mr Saleh, who has ruled the country for more than three decades, has been in Saudi Arabia since June, when he was seriously injured in a rocket attack on his presidential compound.

The president has refused to stand down and is promising to return to the country

Monday, September 19, 2011

Bomb Blast Targets Pakistani Police Official

Oppose those who kill in the name of their Religion and twisted beliefs and you too will be targeted for death, this is Islam.

Even woman and children do not escape the suicide bombers from the Taliban, so when are the people going to stand up against this? (they won't, they condone it)

Pakistani police say a suicide bomber has detonated a vehicle packed with explosives outside the house of a senior police official in Karachi, killing at least 8 people.

Officials say six of the eight killed Monday were police officers who were guarding the police official's residence. Authorities say a woman and a child were also killed in the explosion.

The targeted police official, Chaudry Aslam, survived Monday's attack.

Aslam is responsible for investigating militant groups in Karachi. He says he has received threats from Pakistani Taliban insurgents.

Clashes resume in Yemen after 26 protesters killed

More death and mayhem in the Muslim world.

Things have been calm in Yemen for about a minute, but more protesters were killed by the Government forces.

Just another day in Islam as Muslims Kill Muslims.

Government forces and fighters backing protesters seeking President Ali Abdullah Saleh's ouster clashed anew with rocket and machine gun fire in the Yemeni capital Sanaa on Monday a day after 26 demonstrators were shot dead.

Sunday's violence, jolting an uneasy, weeks-long stalemate, was the worst in recent months. Hundreds of people in an anti-government march were wounded as well when security forces fired on protesters who charged police lines.

Opposition organizers called for more action on Monday, rousing sleeping protesters who have been camped in Sanaa's Change Square for eight months to demand an end to 33 years of autocratic Saleh rule in impoverished Yemen.

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Pakistan troops battle Taliban for US drone debris

A drone retrieval mission.
The Pakistani Military went in to get the wreckage, and Taliban were killed; Hopefully the drone was retrieved, its not like the Taliban would know what to do with the wreckage its not a little boy or a goat !

Associated Press
Pakistani soldiers battled Taliban militants to seize precious debris from a suspected U.S. drone that crashed in a rugged tribal area near the Afghan border, Pakistani intelligence officials said Sunday.
The unmanned aircraft crashed Saturday night near Jangara village in the South Waziristan tribal area, said the officials, speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to talk to the media. The village is located near the border with North Waziristan.
The officials said they learned of the crash by intercepting Taliban radio communications but don't know what caused it. Both North and South Waziristan are home to many Taliban fighters, though it is unclear whether they shot down the aircraft or if it crashed because of technical problems.
The debris was first seized by the Taliban. Several hours after the crash, the Pakistani army sent soldiers in to wrest it out of militant hands, sparking a fight with the Taliban in which three militants were killed, said the officials. Three militants and two soldiers were also wounded in the clash, they said.
Nawab Khan, a government official in South Waziristan, confirmed the drone crash and the subsequent clash between militants and army troops. But he did not know whether the army had successfully seized the debris.

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Death toll in Lower Dir suicide attack rises to 46

This seems to be a popular trend in the Muslim World, Killing mourners at funerals of the dead people that were killed by suicide attackers in the first place.

Islam blowing people up to bring others together only to blow them up!
The death toll from a suicide bombing that targeted members of an anti-Taliban militia attending funeral prayers in northwest Pakistan has risen to 46, police said Saturday.

The bomber blew himself up Thursday in the middle of mourners as they gathered for prayers on open ground in Jandol town in the district of Lower Dir, 100 kilometres from the once Taliban-infested Swat Valley.

“The death toll in the attack has now risen to 46 after six more people died of their wounds in different hospitals,” senior police official Salim Khan Marwat told AFP.

U.S. Suspects Pakistan Link to Kabul Attack

It would be hard to prove, and no matter what evidence they can find the Pakistani Gov will deny it; its what they do.

U.S. officials are looking for evidence that directly links elements of Pakistan's powerful spy agency to this week's assault on the U.S. Embassy and coalition headquarters in Kabul, The Wall Street Journal reported Saturday.
The U.S. suspicions are a sign of just how rancorous relations have become between the two allies in the fight against Al Qaeda and the Taliban.
Suspicions are being partly fueled by growing concerns that deteriorating bilateral relations, and the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, may be pushing elements of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) spy agency to more closely embrace the Haqqani network, the Taliban faction blamed for this week's violence and a spate of attacks in and around Kabul.

Syrian Protests; Seven Months Later.

Seven months of protests, 2600 or so deaths, and the people keep going.

you have to give them credit, protesting day in and day out with the possibility of being killed takes a lot of nerve.

Thousands of Syrians took to the streets once again on Friday as protests against President Bashar al-Assad entered their seventh month.

Troops killed at least 17 people during yesterday’s demonstrations, according to the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Islamabad fends off U.S. warning on "Pakistan-based" militants

A typical response from Pakistan, they always say that their is no proof or that it is not their problem, yet we killed Osama(FishFood)Bin Laden right in their own backyard.

Release the Drones!

(Reuters) - Pakistani officials on Thursday fended off a warning that the United States would do whatever it takes to defend U.S. forces from Pakistan-based militants staging attacks in Afghanistan, saying there was no proof of such cross-border operations.

U.S. officials, including Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, suspect militants from the Haqqani network were behind Tuesday's rocket attack on the U.S. Embassy compound in Kabul, as well as a truck bomb last Saturday that wounded 77 American forces.

"Time and again we've urged the Pakistanis to exercise their influence over these kinds of attacks from the Haqqanis. And we have made very little progress in that area," Panetta told reporters flying with him to San Francisco on Wednesday.

"I think the message they need to know is: we're going to do everything we can to defend our forces."

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Border Patrol finds guns, explosives on Rio Grande

A nice little stash for the cartels, must have been planning a nice little death party somewhere.

El Paso Times

Border Patrol agents have found a bag full of assault rifles, other weapons and what they believe to be plastic explosives hidden near the community of Fronton along the Rio Grande.
The agency says its agents were on patrol in Fronton, a rural area about 250 miles south of San Antonio Tuesday when they found a black bag hidden in the brush near the river. Inside there were six assault rifles, one grenade launcher, one rocket launcher, 20 ammunition magazines and three packages of what appeared to be the plastic explosive known as C-4.

Kabul Attack Over, Assailants Dead

ending the way any assault by the Taliban should end, with Dead Taliban.

The 20-hour insurgent attack in the heart of Kabul ended Wednesday morning after a final volley of helicopter gunfire as Afghan police ferreted out and killed the last few assailants who had taken over a half-built downtown building to fire on the nearby U.S. Embassy and NATO compounds.
"The terrorist attack in Kabul is over," the Interior Ministry said in a statement.
The bold assault that started Tuesday left seven Afghans dead, including four police officers and three civilians, and raised fresh doubts about the Afghans' ability to secure their nation as U.S. and other foreign troops begin to withdraw. No NATO or U.S. Embassy employees were hurt in the attack

Two or three of the assailants had held out overnight but were killed in the final morning assault by Afghan forces, said Hashmat Stanekzai, a spokesman for the Kabul police chief.
In all, six attackers had occupied the unfinished, 11-story high-rise at one of the main traffic circles in the Afghan capital, he said. Previously, officials had said they believed only four attackers were inside.

Iraq bombs kill dozens

Just another day in the peaceful nature of Islam.

Fifteen Iraqi soldiers killed in explosion near army base in Habaniya near Falluja and 13 local police killed near Baghdad
Bombs in a military base west of Baghdad and outside a restaurant where local police were having breakfast in southern Iraq have killed 28 people, officials and army sources said.

The blast at the army base in Habaniya, near the town of Falluja around (50 miles west of Baghdad, killed 15 soldiers and wounded 20 others on Wednesday, according to army sources who said the bomb was attached to a military bus.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Three Plead Guilty to Conspiracy to Provide Support to Terrorist Group

The assholes keep trying and they keep getting caught.
And many will still deny that Islam is a Religion of hate filled war mongers who are hell bent on killing us.

Why else would terrorists need to be in this country?

The three Pakistani men accused of trying to smuggle someone they thought was part of the Pakistani Taliban into the United States pleaded guilty to charges filed against them in a U.S. District Court Monday.
Irfran Ul Haq, 37, Qasim Ali, 32, and Zahid Yousaf, 43, pleaded guilty to one count each of conspiracy to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization, Taherik-e Taliban Pakistan, at a hearing before U.S. District Judge John Bates in the District of Columbia, according to a statement released by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. They each face up to 15 years in prison at a sentencing Dec. 9, and a fine up to $250,000.

Prosecutors say law enforcement agents worked with confidential sources to ask the three to help get someone they were told was a member of the terrorist group into the U.S. early this year. The men were living in Ecuador and are accused of getting the fictitious person a false Pakistani passport.

1 Dead in Explosion at French Nuclear Plant

Cooking up low radioactive stew.

"According to initial information, the explosion happened in an oven used to melt radioactive metallic waste of little and very little radioactivity," the statement said. "There have been no leaks outside of the site."

A nuclear waste site in southern France had an explosion Monday that killed one person, seriously burned another and slightly injured three others, France's nuclear safety body said.
The Nuclear Safety Authority said no radioactive leaks have been detected in the blast at 12:37 p.m. at an oven in the Centraco nuclear site. The accident was under control within the hour, the agency said in a statement.

Centraco is located on the grounds of another nuclear site, Marcoule, in the Languedoc-Roussillon region near the Mediterranean Sea.
"According to initial information, the explosion happened in an oven used to melt radioactive metallic waste of little and very little radioactivity," the statement said. "There have been no leaks outside of the site."

Fifty new alien worlds revealed

Always something new and exciting in space.

Cosmic Log/MSNBC
European astronomers have announced the discovery of more than 50 new planets beyond our solar system, including 16 that are just a notch above our own planet in mass. They say their record-breaking findings suggest that more than half of the stars like our sun possess planets, and that many of those worlds are less massive than Saturn.
The pick of the litter is a planet that's already been in the spotlight: HD 85512 b, a world at least 3.6 times as massive as Earth that's located 36 light-years away in the constellation Vela. HD 85512 b is the only one of the 16 super-Earths on today's list that is located in its star system's habitable zone. That's the area around a star where scientists believe water could exist in liquid form, which would make a rocky planet potentially livable.
HD 85512 b's status came to light a couple of weeks ago in a paper submitted to the journal Astronomy and Astrophysics, but the team behind the discovery provided more details about that super-Earth and the dozens of other worlds in papers presented today at the Extreme Solar Systems II conference in Wyoming.
The findings came from the team behind the High Accuracy Radial Velocity Planet Searcher, or HARPS, which is installed at the European Southern Observatory's 11.8-foot (3.6-meter) La Silla Observatory in Chile.

Al-Qaeda releases 9/11 anniversary video

Blah Blah Blah, Al Qaida releases another video, Blah Blah Blah, the Ummah is so huge the Americans don't even understand, Blah Blah Blah, the Arab spring is the greatest thing since Achmed started his goat herding/prostitution ring.

You knew this was coming, its a little late, and full of the same BS as usual, even with crap from the very dead and deeply deposited ex leader Osama (Fish Food)Bin Laden.

Sorry Al Qaida, You suck, in more ways than one.

Al-Qaeda has released a video marking the anniversary of 9/11 which includes a message from its slain leader Osama bin Laden to the American people, monitoring group SITE Intelligence said Tuesday.
SITE said the 62-minute video titled "The Dawn of Imminent Victory" also includes a speech by Al-Qaeda's new chief Ayman al-Zawahiri who applauds the "Arab Spring" revolutions.
The US intelligence monitoring service said the footage of bin Laden appears to be the same material found in the US raid on his Pakistan hideout in May, which Washington released but without its soundtrack.
Bin Laden, who was killed by US Navy SEALs in the covert operation, warned Americans against "falling as slaves" to the control of major corporations and "Jewish money capital", SITE said.
He recommended that Americans read the book "Obama's War" by Bob Woodward which details wrangles over US military decision-making, and told them that US President Barack Obama?s campaign slogan "Yes, we can" is untrue.

Monday, September 12, 2011

Jordan protest threatens to emulate embassy storming

Below is a photo of one of the Egyptian nitwits that helped storm the Israeli embassy, note the size of the hammer the little jackass is using; with both hands, what a little nancy boy.

So the mob is set for Thursday this time, maybe they will bring a bigger hammer; and maybe Israel will bring one too.

(Photo: AFP)
Could Saturday's violent events at the Israeli embassy in Cairo repeat themselves, this time in Jordan? Jordanians are planning a "million-man protest" near the Israeli embassy in Amman to take place on Thursday, Yedioth Ahronoth reported Monday.

Organizers have already announced that the protesters will try to break through the fortified embassy building and take down the Israeli flag.

Military jets safely escort NYC, Detroit flights

There will always be those idiots who do stupid ass shit and think that there is nothing wrong.
The next time these idiots fly they should be hauled off for a body cavity search.

Associated Press

Fighter jets were scrambled to escort two commercial flights into New York City and Detroit "out of an abundance of caution" after crews reported suspicious activity on the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, officials said.
The bathroom use by some passengers aroused the suspicion Sunday, but all were released after being questioned by authorities on the ground.
On an American Airlines flight from Los Angeles, three passengers who made repeated trips to the bathroom were cleared after the plane safely landed at New York's Kennedy Airport.
Earlier, on a Denver-to-Detroit Frontier Airlines flight, the crew reported that two people were spending "an extraordinarily long time" in a bathroom, Frontier spokesman Peter Kowalchuck said. Police detained three passengers at Detroit's Metropolitan Airport, but they also were eventually released.
Asked late Sunday if authorities may have overreacted, airport spokesman Scott Wintner said the airport's response wasn't unusual and the same steps would have been taken any other day of the year.
"Regardless of why it was triggered, whenever we get a radio call of a security problem on board, our response is the same one we would have had yesterday, tomorrow," Wintner said.
"We always react as if it's the end of the world," he added. "If it isn't, so be it."

Sunday, September 11, 2011

World Trade center Steel in Michigan.

The Bavarian town of Frankenmuth Michigan is one of the many places around the country that has received a steel beam from the wreckage of the world trade centers.

Just over an hour away from my home me and my better half decided to go and check this one out today, 9/11 is just a couple days after our anniversary so it was a bit of a somber anniversary day trip.

But the Frankenmuth brewery has some of the best ocktoberfest beer around so...

Tributes to Terrorism Victims are on Mars

Way cool.

In September 2001, Honeybee Robotics employees in lower Manhattan were building a pair of tools for grinding weathered rinds off rocks on Mars, so that scientific instruments on NASA's Mars Exploration Rovers Spirit and Opportunity could inspect the rocks' interiors.

That month's attack on the twin towers of the World Trade Center, less than a mile away, shook the lives of the employees and millions of others.

Work on the rock abrasion tools needed to meet a tight schedule to allow thorough testing before launch dates governed by the motions of the planets. The people building the tools could not spend much time helping at shelters or in other ways to cope with the life-changing tragedy of Sept. 11. However, they did find a special way to pay tribute to the thousands of victims who perished in the attack.

An aluminum cuff serving as a cable shield on each of the rock abrasion tools on Mars was made from aluminum recovered from the destroyed World Trade Center towers. The metal bears the image of an American flag and fills a renewed purpose as part of solar system exploration.

Never Forget, Never Forgive !

Take time to think about what really happened on this day , Ten years ago.

Always remember who did this and why...

There are thousands of videos to fish through, all result in the same thing; the muslim world has it out for America.

Friday, September 9, 2011

Douchebag of the Week

Group Calls to Ban Pledge of Allegiance at Massachusetts Schools, Citing No Educational

And the award goes to... Martin Rosenthal !

Mr Rosenthal, your line of thought is exactly what is wrong in the U.S. today !
you do not have to be a big flagwaiver to be an American citizen, and really if you hate patriotic stuff, what the U.S. stands for allows you to do that also.

What would you have if we wiped out the pledge? a bunch of people and children who really do not care about this country, it would be a shame.
it is bad enough that in a lot of the border States, ethnic kids mock the pledge and do not participate, imagine if it were wiped out all together.

If it bothers you that much, there are plenty of countries you can go to that feel the same as you, you can go there, and no longer be sickened by America.

Days before the 10th anniversary of 9/11 a leader from a group in Massachusetts is calling on public schools in one town to ban students from reciting the Pledge of Allegiance, saying it has no educational value and the pressure it places on children to participate makes his “skin crawl,” The Boston Globe reported.
Martin Rosenthal, the co-chair of Brookline Political Action for Peace, or Brookline Pax, told the paper the pledge puts “kids in an uncomfortable situation” and doesn’t belong in schools.

The group, therefore, will ask town meeting voters in November to pass a nonbinding resolution on the ban in area public schools.
The pledge is recited once a week in Brookline public schools. It is said during morning announcements and children are afforded the opportunity to not participate.
Supporters of the ban say these children are often criticized by classmates and the ban would help stop the bullying.

Officials chase unconfirmed al-Qaida bomb threat

It is known that Al Qaeda and others like them would love to attack the U.S. again, especially on the Anniversary of 9/11.

I personally would not take any threat at this time lightly.

All I have to say is if we are attacked again at this time, we take out these assholes once and for all, no pussy footin around, none of this Bullshit of remaining calm and not jumping to conclusions, lets go fucking berzerk on all these assholes once and for all.

If nothing happens we can keep pestering them as we have been doing.

(AP) WASHINGTON — Just days before the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, U.S. counterterrorism officials were chasing a credible but unconfirmed al-Qaida threat to use a car bomb on bridges or tunnels in New York City or Washington. It was the first "active plot" timed to coincide with the somber commemoration of the terror group's 9/11 attacks a decade ago that killed nearly 3,000 people.

Counterterrorism officials were investigating the threat throughout the night and into Friday, as police in New York and Washington said they would increase their already stepped-up staffing levels in light of the recent intelligence.

Law enforcement officials were pursuing three people who may be traveling to the U.S. or who have recently entered the country, based on the detailed information received by the U.S. intelligence community late Wednesday, officials said. The intelligence suggested that al-Qaida planned to car bomb one of the two cities that were hit 10 years ago.

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Link Dump

Libyan estimate: At least 30,000 died in the war

Palestinians Seeking Statehood at UN May Get Same Rights as Pope. (WTF)

San Clemente High evacuated after bomb threat

Report Says Cars Face Growing Threat of Hack Attacks

Ben & Jerry's Debuts 'Schweddy Balls' Ice Cream

Turkistan Islamic Party claims western China attacks

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Somalia famine spreads 'beyond reach of aid'

Far to little and way too late, that is how the U.N. operates.

But the reason why is only due to the fact that NOBODY wants to really help this part of the World; and for good reason.

Too many countries have tried and been burnt in the end, there is no helping savages.

Too bad because of that small children have too suffer and die, but this is what the Militants want.

Al Jazzeera
Famine has spread to a sixth area of Somalia and tens of thousands of people have died as a result of severe food shortages, the United Nations has said.

More than half of Somalia's entire population faces a severe food shortage, and the world body has now officially extended the famine zone.

In Mogadishu, there are now half a million refugees and there are warnings from the UN that the famine could spread to the entire south of the country by the end of the year.

The UN says it needs at least $1bn, but one leading charity says the public is being mislead into believing that money can solve the crisis.

Medicine Sans Frontiere, Doctors Without Borders, wants international aid agencies to admit that reaching some of the worst affected victims of famine may not be possible.

Pakistan Army Says It Holds Al-Qaeda Global Operations Chief

If true this will be another nail in Al Qaedas latest coffin.

It is great seeing all the ring leaders killed or at least arrested.

-- Pakistan said it arrested al-Qaeda’s top leader for international operations with American help, sounding a conciliatory tone on bilateral ties strained by the U.S. killing of Osama bin Laden in May.

Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate captured Younis Al-Mauritani and al-Qaeda operatives Abdul Ghaffar al- Shami and Messara al-Shami in the city of Quetta, the military’s press office said yesterday in an e-mailed statement. The arrests are part of “a strong, historic intelligence relationship” between both countries, the statement said.

The announcement came two weeks after U.S. officials said an American missile killed Atiyah Abd al-Rahman, who they said became al-Qaeda’s deputy leader following the killing of bin Laden by Navy Seals in Pakistan. The unilateral raid exacerbated tensions, as Pakistan expelled more than 100 American military personnel and the U.S. withheld $800 million in military aid.

Monday, September 5, 2011

Labor Day

Enjoy, I will be busting my ass around the House followed by hours of homework to catch up on already !

Obama to spend Labor Day at Detroit AFL-CIO rally

In Detroit on Monday, Obama was also expected to tout his efforts to save the auto industry and millions of jobs by providing federal bailouts in 2009 for General Motors Corp. and Chrysler Group LLC. The AFL-CIO rally was being held in a GM parking lot.

Not a Biased crowd in the least.

Today is the Detroit Labor Day Parade, it is strictly a Union thing you know because only the Unions are allowed to have the parade in downtown.
40,000 union members will be in the parade.

The Obamasiah will speak at the end of the parade when the Union schleps are whipped into a frenzy from their own presence, the speech will go a little like this...

I am Great for you, you are great for me, suckle my testes and I will suckle yours, blah blah blah blah blah, just remember I am great.

Same old bullshit different parade.

Associated Press
President Barack Obama is celebrating Labor Day in Detroit, previewing his ideas for job creation and economic growth at a rally with thousands of supportive labor union members.
Obama's speech at an annual event sponsored by the Metropolitan Detroit AFL-CIO was serving as a dress rehearsal for the jobs address he'll deliver to a joint session of Congress on Thursday night.
The president's appearance follows last Friday's dismal jobs report, which showed that employers added no jobs in August. It was the first time since 1945 that the government reported a net job change of zero. The unemployment rate, meanwhile, held steady at 9.1 percent.
The disappointing report sparked new fears of a second recession and injected fresh urgency into efforts by Obama to help get millions of unemployed people back into the labor market — and help improve his chances of getting re-elected.

Electric motor made from a single molecule

Amazing stuff.
Nano technology for internal medicine is one step closer to reality, one day they will be able to inject individuals with purposely designed little doctor type robots to attack diseases like cancer.

By modifying the molecule slightly, it could be used to generate microwave radiation or to couple into what are known as nano-electromechanical systems, Dr Sykes said.

Tiny rotors based on single molecules have been shown before, but this is the first that can be individually driven by an electric current.

"People have found before that they can make motors driven by light or by chemical reactions, but the issue there is that you're driving billions of them at a time - every single motor in your beaker," said Charles Sykes, a chemist at Tufts University in Massachusetts, US.

"The exciting thing about the electrical one is that we can excite and watch the motion of just one, and we can see how that thing's behaving in real time," he told BBC News.

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Mexican police cross into US

Nothing to see here, those were not Mexican Federal Police you saw crossing into the United States, move along.

Mexican federal police momentarily crossed the Rio Grande into the United States on Thursday morning in an incursion under investigation by both countries, a U.S. Border Patrol spokesman said.
The incursion occurred east of the Zaragoza Bridge while three hunters were on the U.S. side on the first day of dove season.
Channel 9-KTSM reported a relative of the hunters told the station that gunmen in Mexico fired at the hunters and that the gunmen crossed the border and stole their chairs.
Border Patrol spokesman Doug Mosier said border agents and Texas Parks and Wildlife officers responded immediately. There were no reported injuries.
Agents arriving at the scene saw Mexican federal police crossing the river back into Mexico after they had been on the U.S. side, Mosier said.

Iran nuclear plant linked to grid

The IAEA says...
"increasingly concerned about the possible existence in Iran of past or current undisclosed nuclear related activities involving military related organisations."

These included "activities related to the development of a nuclear payload for a missile"

I say congratulations Iran, may you suffer a terrible nuclear meltdown in your antique reactor.

The Daily Star
Iran's first nuclear power plant has been hooked up to the national grid supplying 60 megawatts of its 1,000 megawatt capacity, the country's Atomic Energy Organisation announced on Sunday.

"Last night at 11:29 pm (1859 GMT), the Bushehr power plant was connected with 60 megawatts to the national grid," the organisation's spokesman Hamid Khadem Qaemi, told Al-Alam television.

The connection of the Russian-built plant in southern Iran to the national grid was originally scheduled for the end of 2010.

The Bushehr plant was started up in November 2010 but repeated technical problems delayed its operations, leading to the removal of its fuel rods last March.

"The capacity will gradually increase and it (is going through its) testing phase and on Shahrviar 21 (September 12) in a ceremony the power plant will reach its 40-percent capacity," Khadem Qaemi said.

Post-9/11, 35,000 Worldwide Convicted for Terror

Its funny sometimes, reading news from other countries, especially when it comes to terrorism anything.
According to the Jakarta globe here, terrorism laws are bad for human rights, arresting and jailing people for joining groups that are affiliated with Al Qaeda, is just not right it seems;the U.N. agrees...

“Originally the approach was the more the merrier, the stronger counter-terror laws, the better for the security of the world. But that was a serious mistake,” said Martin Sheinin, UN special rapporteur on human rights and counter-terrorism. “Nowadays people are realizing the abuse and even the actual use of counterterror laws is bad for human rights and also bad for actually stopping terrorism.”

So I guess it would be better to sit back and pick up the pieces of a suicide bomber and his or her victims after the fact instead of say, arresting them before hand ?

The view of some people on how to be kind to terrorists is absolutely Mind numbing.


At least 35,000 people worldwide have been convicted as terrorists in the decade since the Sept. 11 attacks on the United States. But while some bombed hotels or blew up buses, others were put behind bars for waving a political sign or blogging about a protest.

In the first tally ever done of global anti-terror arrests and convictions, The Associated Press documented a surge in prosecutions under new or toughened anti-terror laws, often passed at the urging and with the funding of the West. Before 9/11, just a few hundred people were convicted of terrorism each year.

The sheer volume of convictions, along with almost 120,000 arrests, shows how a keen global awareness of terrorism has seeped into societies, and how the war against it is shifting to the courts. But it also suggests that dozens of countries are using the fight against terrorism to curb political dissent.

Saturday, September 3, 2011

Gibson: Feds Want Guitar Woodwork Done by Foreign Labor

Think that the Obamasiah and his administration are for American Labor... Think again.
They would like to see Gibson Guitars outsource some of their woodwork, making them not a true American made Guitar.

Its Bullshit, being a Guitar player myself and having a descent collection of several guitars (9 right now) all from different countries, Japan , even China,
I know china blows but my Schecter Hellraiseris an amazing Guitar.
The thing is they all use some sort of exotic woods, Gibsons are known for their beautiful maple tops, my favorite fretboards are ebony, I can go online and purchase from anywhere in the world any exotic wood and make my own Guitar or whatever.

The feds, especially Eric Holder, should suck Gibsons Nuts and say he is very sorry for being an Asswipe.

I buy American Guitars for their Qualities, and the foreign ones for theirs, I don't want the feds telling me I can no longer purchase a pure American masterpiece like a Gibson !

Gibson Guitar Corp. is claiming the Obama administration wants more of its woodwork done overseas, as a bizarre battle heats up between the government and one of the country's most renowned guitar makers.

The dispute started in 2009, when federal agents raided the company over suspect wood shipments from Madagascar. Gibson took that case to court but has denounced the administration with a vengeance after agents returned late last month to raid several Gibson factories -- this time out of concern that Indian export laws had been violated.

Though some reports on the dispute have cited environmental concerns, court documents suggest the latest battle boils down to a simple, non-environmental question -- which country is working on the wood?

Gibson's CEO has said repeatedly that the only reason his company is in trouble is because U.S. workers are completing work on guitar fingerboards in the United States. In an interview earlier this week, CEO Henry Juszkiewicz claimed that the U.S. government even suggested Gibson's troubles would disappear if the company used foreign labor.

Why I don't like Apple.

Nice stuff they make, Yes indeed
Very expensive compared to other high quality alternatives at a lesser price, You bet.

It is the attitude of Apple and to some extent their users, the never ending arrogance of the Apple corporation is a real turn off.

Apple can take all there tracking codes and their fake as police bullshit and shove it, I will stick with a wide variety of choices that are out there that allow me to do whatever I want with them.

Maybe Apple should send the ass raping police to its pathetic hipster,hippie douchbag employees house that set his iphone 5 down at a bar to go hook up in the bathroom with a prospective life partner.( no this is not what happened, it is my joke about it you know !)

Apple employees may have impersonated police when searching for lost iPhone

Well, this is sort of shady. You know that iPhone prototype that Apple lost (again)? It turns out that the "police" who visited "suspect" Sergio Calderón weren't police at all. They were Apple investigators. Yes, that is illegal.

Apparently the six investigators identified themselves as being from the San Francisco Police Department, and then proceeded to search Sergio's home and computers for any information regarding what's believed to be a lost iPhone 5. They also threatened him by asking him "Is everyone in this house an American citizen?" and said he was going to get into trouble. Everyone in his family is a legal citizen.

Friday, September 2, 2011

Militants kidnap 25 Pakistani boys in Afghanistan

The Taliban celebrate EID as only the Taliban can, by kidnapping teenage boys.

These boys will probably be recruited/forced to do the Taliban's bidding, like little slaves, hopefully they will be rescued before those silly Taliban guys rape the hell out of them.

Taliban militants have kidnapped at least 25 Pakistani boys who had mistakenly crossed the unmarked border in the country’s lawless northwest into Afghanistan, DawnNews reported.

Moreover, an AFP report said more than 30 boys were kidnapped in the incident that took place on Thursday after the group of boys, aged between 12 and 18-years-old, visited the area of Gharkhi in Pakistan’s Bajaur tribal region for celebrations marking the Eid holiday.

“These boys inadvertently crossed into Afghanistan while picnicking on the second day of Eid and were kidnapped by militants,” senior local administration official Syed Nasim told AFP.

UN Finds Israel’s Gaza-Flotilla Interception Legal, Used Excessive Force

Israel was fully within their right to board the Flotilla last year but used excessive force when they started to defend themselves from the savages on board who wanted to kill them first.

Isn't this the way it always goes.

Israel’s effort last year to stop a flotilla of ships from reaching the Gaza Strip was legal, though the way it was carried out was “excessive and unreasonable,” the United Nations said in a report.

“Israel’s decision to board the vessels with such substantial force at a great distance from the blockade zone and with no final warning immediately prior to the boarding was excessive and unreasonable,” according to the 105-page report obtained by the New York Times and posted on its website. The UN said Israel’s naval blockade was legal, so “it follows that Israel was also entitled to enforce it.”

The Israeli raid on May 31, 2010, on vessels attempting to breach the blockade of the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip left nine Turkish citizens dead, generated international criticism and prompted Turkey to suspend diplomatic and security cooperation. Turkey was once Israel’s closest ally in the region.

The release of the report, which has been held back, may do little to heal relations between nations. Turkey’s position is that both the Israeli maritime blockade of Gaza and the attack on the aid flotilla were unlawful.

Both countries were rebuked in the investigation.

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Amusement Park Riot Over Muslim Head Scarves

You would not think that this would be happening here in the U.S., but there you go.

Muslims got Uppity and commenced to rioting in a New York Amusement park where there has been a ban on wearing headscarves on certain rides.

So why not start beating the shit out of people for it !

Islam the Religion of Ignorance of the Laws and rules Means it is O.K. for me to riot!

The Stir

Playland Amusement Park in New York was shut down Tuesday after a massive brawl broke out when Muslim visitors became angry after being told they couldn't wear head scarves on some of the rides.

The exact details of the incident vary (as you probably can imagine given the controversial nature of the dispute). But most reports say that the park was crowded with an estimated 3,000 Muslims celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr, a major Islam holiday at the end of Ramadan. The trouble began when women wearing Muslim hijab scarves tried to get on rides banning head coverings for safety reasons. The women said they were unaware of the safety regulations and asked for a refund. And that's when all hell broke lose ...

Members of the Muslim group began scuffling with park security officers; the police were called, the fight grew to 30 to 40 people, and, according to several witnesses, many Muslim visitors were hit, pushed to the ground, arrested, and handcuffed. All in all, two people were charged with felony assault, 13 people (including three women) were charged with disorderly conduct and assault, and two police rangers were injured. And, the park was forced to shut down for two hours because of the chaos.

Nigerian bombers blame U.N. for 'oppression' of Muslims

Yeah the Org that pretty much will not do or say anything against Muslims even when they are like you know, Al Qaida, is now oppressing Muslims!

Islam the Religion of Feckin Idiots.


The Nigerian Islamic militant group Boko Haram says it bombed U.N. offices in Abuja last week because the world body is a partner "in the oppression of believers," a spokesman for the group said Wednesday.

Friday's car bombing killed 23 people and wounded more than 80. Boko Haram, which aims to impose a strict version of Islamic law in Nigeria, claimed responsibility for the attack.

In a brief telephone interview arranged by an intermediary, Boko Haram spokesman Abul Qaqa said a 27-year-old Nigerian named Mohammed Abul Barra drove the explosives-packed Honda Accord into the U.N. building.

"All over the world, the U.N. is a global partner in the oppression of believers," Qaqa said. "We are at war against infidels. In Nigeria, the federal government tries to perpetuate the agenda of the United Nations."