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Attempted Murder of US Officers: US v. Aafia Suddiqui

Attempted Murder of US Officers: US v. Aafia Suddiqui

NEFA Foundation
August 5, 2008

Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani who studied at MIT and Brandeis, was allegedly arrested on July 17, 2008, by the Afghanistan National Police outside the Ghazni governor's compound. When she was searched, "they found numerous documents describing the creation of ...

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Al-Jazeera and the Released Terrorist's Birthday Party

August 4, 2008
MEMRI 
On August 2, 2008 the UAE English-language daily The National (www.thenational.ae) published an article critical of Al-Jazeera's coverage of the release of Samir Kuntar*, and on Al-Jazeera's influence in the Arab world, specifically among its academic elite. The author, ...

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Pakistan and Delusions about Negotiating on Jihad


August 2, 2008
By Jeffrey Imm

Would America find it a shocking news revelation if a white supremacist organization had members supporting Ku Klux Klan terrorism? Would the FBI go to white supremacist political groups to fight the Ku Klux Klan, or seek white supremacist leaders to convince KKK ...

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Analysis: A Success for Hizbullah - and its Price

July 29, 2008
Jonathan Spyer
The release of Samir Kuntar and his four colleagues, and the national jubilation that greeted their return to Lebanon, bring to a close a week of achievement for the regional bloc of which Hizbullah is a member. The events of the week, however, do not resolve any of ...

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Busting the Anthrax Myth

Busting the Anthrax Myth

July 30, 2008
By Fred Burton and Scott Stewart
Stratfor Terrorism Intelligence Report

Dr. Jeffrey W. Runge, chief medical officer at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, told a congressional subcommittee on July 22 that the risk of a large-scale biological attack on the nation is significant ...

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Iran's Accelerating Nuclear Program Requires A Stringent Sanctions Response

July 28, 2008
CounterterrorismBlog
By Victor Comras

Iran has begun a new charm offensive to head off, or to mitigate, possible new international economic sanctions following its latest refusal to suspend, or even slow down its uranium enrichment program. Iran’s President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad gave ...

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Kuwaiti Daily Reveals: Iran Building Secret Nuclear Reactor

July 29, 2008
MEMRI Dispatch 2006

On July 29, 2008, the Kuwaiti daily Al-Siyassa reported that, according to "highly reliable sources," Iranian authorities had begun construction of a secret nuclear reactor in the Al-Zarqan region close to the city of Ahwaz in southwest Iran, on the Iran-Iraq ...

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Iraqi, US Forces Begin New Crackdown Against Al-Qaida

Iraqi, US Forces Begin New Crackdown Against Al-Qaida

29 July 2008
By VOA News 
 
U.S.-backed Iraqi forces have launched a new offensive designed to rout al-Qaida in Iraq from one of its last strongholds.
 
Officials say the operation began Tuesday with a series of raids in Baquba, the capital of Diyala province, northeast of Baghdad.

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Iran Mullahs Reign of Terror

July 29, 2008
Amil Imani
The Islamic Republic terror machine once again has taken off at the speed of light in Iran and exemplifies a depraved, clerical system of government, which legitimizes its depravity through a series of terror, fear and intimidation of Iranian people. With the additional ...

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