Wednesday, January 14, 2009


Pakistan's ISI training women for terrorism
14 Jan 2009, 1127 hrs IST, TIMESOFINDIA.COM,prtpage-1.cms
NEW DELHI: Security forces in Jammu & Kashmir have found the new face of terror.

During an interrogation of a woman arrested last week by the J&K police for providing logistics support for the JeM and Let militants, it was revealed that Pakistan's ISI is reportedly inducting women into militancy. ( Watch ) TV reports suggest that ISI is adopting a new ploy and training woman to carry out militant attacks.

During interrogation of an alleged ISI agent arrested by the Jammu and Kashmir police, she confessed that she was trained by the ISI in the Bhiber and Kotli forests in the Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK).


Israel fires back 9 rockets, while helicopters flew low over S Lebanon
Special report: Palestine-Israel Conflicts

BEIRUT, Jan. 14 (Xinhua) -- Israel responded firing back nine rockets into southern Lebanon areas of Arkoub and Habarieh in Hassbia region, while Israeli helicopters flew in low altitude over the area, al-Jazeera TV reported Wednesday.

Two Katyusha rockets were launched Wednesday morning from southern Lebanon into Israeli town of Kiryat Shmouna, prompting an Israeli response of firing back the nine rockets.


More diddling with Obama's non-existent US birth certificate.

Article confirms Brennan as a scumbag. No wonder he was withdrawn from consideration as a CIA Director.
Obama's Intelligence Adviser Involved in Security BreachMonday, January 12, 2009 1:46 PM

Obama’s top terrorism and intelligence adviser, John O. Brennan, heads a firm that was cited in March for breaching sensitive files in the State Department’s passport office, according to a State Department Inspector General’s report released this past July.

The security breach, first reported by the Washington Times and later confirmed by State Department spokesman Sean McCormack, involved a contract employee of Brennan’s firm, The Analysis Corp., which has earned millions of dollars providing intelligence-related consulting
services to federal agencies and private companies.


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