Sunday, August 17, 2008


Notice anyone missing? No wonder they were caught flat-footed on 9/11. And as the outrageously great Kathy Shaidle points out, they could put out the same flyer today, for all the notice they have taken of the global Islamic jihad.

August 13, 2008
1999 FBI flyer classifies the terrorist groups!

Preparing for an urban WMD attack

On Saturday, the San Francisco Fire Department, along with a group of other public and private agencies, ran a large-scale training exercise revolving around an urban weapons of mass destruction terrorist attack. Here, an emergency worker in a full hazmat suit examines the faux chemical that was supposedly found in the attack, which was said to be sodium cyanide, a poison that quickly affects peoples respiratory systems. On the ground behind, volunteers playing the role of dead victims lay prone.

Terrorism's New Structure

The forces driving international terrorism go well beyond religion. Martin Amis on alienation, the thirst for power, the quest for fame and the inevitable use of weapons of mass destruction.

Terror drill finds culprit with dirty bomb

Friday, August 15th 2008, 10:50 PM

Zawahiri English language message to Pakistani Army released on internet by As Sahab
The message released to ARY TV last weekend featuring the voice of Dr. Ayman al Zawahiri speaking in English was released on the internet this morning by As Sahab.
The message, which features an audio recording of Zawahiri speaking in English played while a still image of Zawahiri is shown on screen, is 58 minutes, 10 seconds in length. A full transcript will be provided later today.

That's the filename of a map published by the Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on 11 Aug. The MFA's statements of 1–14 Aug '08 offer a clear, blow-by-blow picture of how Georgia saw the unfolding situation as it escalated into an invasion. The full text of all the MFA's statements with related images is below; there are several detailed daily timelines of incidents, events, and sightings

United States v. Aafia Siddiqui (Al-Qaida facilitator; Attempted murder of U.S. officers): Complaint (Added 8/5/08) 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 explosives, as well as excerpts from the Anarchist's Arsenal. Siddiqui's papers included descriptions of various landmarks in the United States, including in New York City. Siddiqui was also in possession of substances that were sealed in bottles and glass jars." While in custody, Siddiqui seized a U.S. Warrant Officer's M-4 rifle and fired at least two shots at U.S. military personnel but no one was hit. As DOJ explained, "the Warrant Officer returned fire with a 9 mm service pistol and fired approximately two rounds at Siddiqui's torso, hitting her at least once." Siddiqui is charged in a criminal Complaint filed in the Southern District of New York with one count of attempting to kill United States officers and employees and one count of assaulting United States officers and employees.

Saleman Abdirahman Dirie from Ottawa (in this country illegally) was found dead with a pound of pure cyanide. This is a huge story. So frightening and the media is ignoring it. Print is dead. Read Spectre (20 years Army and Reserves) enlightens us, "Something like this cyanide find is very different. To me, it looks like they stumbled upon something that could have been in its operational stage. Convention two weeks away and all."

Cameras caught images of possible suspect in Tripoli explosion
Published: Thursday, 14 August, 2008 @ 5:54 PM in Beirut
Beirut- Justice Minister Ibrahim Najjar said Thursday that surveillance cameras caught images of a possible suspect who was carrying a briefcase believed used in Wednesday's Tripoli bombing .
"This act could have been carried out to drag the army into a confrontation," Najjar told the Voice of Lebanon radio station.
He said the bomb attack could have also been an act of revenge against the Lebanese army which fought fierce battles in 2007 with extremists from Fatah al-Islam in the northern refugee camp of Nahr al-Bared.

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