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COAKLEY CONCEDES TO BROWN By Gabrielle Cusumano at 9:34 PM on 1/19/2010 ...
Centcom's & FBI's
's List of Most Wanted Terrorists .... Mullah Beradar
Akhund, Military Commander, 2nd in command to Omar, At Large, Afghanistan/Pakistan ...
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falsely invoked terrorism emergencies 2000 times between 2002 and ......
Emirate of the Taleban Mullah
Abdol Ghani, also known as Mullah Beradar
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Mar 29, 2009 ... FBI
spokesman Richard Kolko told FOXNews.com that the bureau is not aware of a ....
At the top of the military command structure is Mullah Beradar
, who hails from .....
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next Medal Surrender to seek ORO. ...
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By Gabrielle Cusumano at 5:51 PM on 1/7/2010 .... Mullah Beradar
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America has already established over forty FBI
offices in Pakistan, acting as bases for mischief ....
Interview Of Mulla Beradar
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agents arrested Nemr Ali Rahal on April 20 at his Dearborn home. .....
In response, Mullah Beradar
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Deputy leader of the Islamic Emirate of the Taleban Mullah
Abdol Ghani, also known as Mullah Beradar
, told the Afghan Islamic Press in an exclusive ...
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This means that mainstream Taliban commanders like Mullah Beradar
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Threat Matrix: Daily Terror Threat - Thread Twenty-Six
Posted on Thursday, April 14, 2005 7:02:23 PM by nwctwx
The Threat Matrix
The title refers to a daily report given to the president of the United States detailing the most serious terrorist threats against the country. To tackle those threats, the government has formed a top-notch task force to infiltrate the terror cells and cut off the danger.
"Every morning, the president receives a list of the top ten terrorist threats - this list is known as the threat matrix."
We here at FR are trying to be in conjunction with the daily reports around the world that involve threats. We try to provide a storehouse of information that takes hours of research.
YOU be the judge and get informed!
|Details show extent of terror plot against U.S.
We now know more about an alleged attack that triggered an increased national threat level last summer.
That's when U.S. officials said they had uncovered a plot targeting financial institutions. The plot involved bombs, banks and British nationals.
The detail was startling, the targets enormous. They included financial buildings in Washington, New York and New Jersey.
Trio charged for terror plot in US
Threat Matrix #15 (August 31, 2004) :: Big Apple Terror?
"I will never cower before any master nor bend to any threat."
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"It's Pakistan, Stupid!"
By Paul Sperry
FrontPageMagazine.com | May 6, 2005
2,001 posted on Sunday, May 08, 2005 6:59:32 PM by Cindy
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Latin-Arab summit worries U.S., Israel
By Carmen J. Gentile
RIO DE JANEIRO -- Brazil will host a meeting of Latin America and Arab leaders, including new Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, in an effort to promote greater economic integration between the two regions and talk diplomatic goals.
But there are indications that the United States and Israel are concerned the summit could become a platform to attack U.S. and Israeli policies in the Middle East.
A summit declaration, to be released Wednesday, could strain relations between South America and the United States if it is seen to tacitly back groups such as Lebanon's Hezbollah guerrillas, which Washington classifies as terrorist organizations.
2,002 posted on Sunday, May 08, 2005 6:59:51 PM by Oorang (You're just jealous because the voices only talk to me)
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Today's article on an issue we've been reading about:
Non-Mexican immigrants pour into Valley Federal officials say Central, South Americans may become majority of illegal crossers
By SERGIO CHAPA
The Brownsville Herald
May 8, 2005 — Brazilians, Central Americans and others are expected to overtake Mexican nationals as the largest group of undocumented immigrants entering the Rio Grande Valley.
Although some federal authorities said the demographic shift has already happened, figures given to The Brownsville Herald this month show the number of OTM (Other Than Mexicans) immigrants detained in Deep South Texas has exploded in the last two years but remains slightly behind the number of Mexican nationals.
Border Patrol officials said the number of OTMs detained in the Valley could overtake undocumented Mexican immigrants in the next few months or sometime in the next fiscal year.
U.S. Consul John Naland in Matamoros says the shift has already happened.
“It is very much an area of concern for the U.S. government,” Naland said.
“There has been a sharp increase in OTMs who are transiting (crossing through) Mexico and illegally entering into the United States.”
Naland said a growing number of Brazilians and other foreign nationals are using lax visa requirements for travel into Mexico as a “trampoline” to illegally enter the United States — the prominent theory for the recent influx of Brazilian immigrants to this country.
Brazil is one of 45 countries whose citizens are not required to present a passport to enter Mexico.
Others include Germany, Argentina, Canada, Chile, South Korea, Spain, Great Britain, South Africa and America.
Although the State Department would welcome Mexico to tighten its immigration laws, Naland said the choice is ultimately up to the Mexican government.
2,003 posted on Sunday, May 08, 2005 7:13:33 PM by Oorang (You're just jealous because the voices only talk to me)
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CSIS: Africa may be breeding ground for al-Qaida
May 8, 2005
By JIM BRONSKILL
OTTAWA (CP) - The Canadian Security Intelligence Service warns much of Africa could be fertile soil for Osama bin Laden's terrorist network to cultivate new recruits.
Foreign extremist organizations such as al-Qaida "have exploited the permissive environment of the continent," CSIS says in the report obtained by The Canadian Press.
Release of the spy service's grim assessment comes as Canada ponders taking on a greater humanitarian role in war-ravaged Sudan.
The newly declassified report notes that, while Muslim communities of sub-Saharan Africa have grown more militant since the advent of multi-party democracy in the mid-1990s, this militancy "is driven more by domestic politics than Islamic extremism."
CSIS argues, however, that could change.
The conflict and poverty of central and southern Africa, along with the weakness or failure of several states, have increased the receptiveness of some African Muslims "to the message of global jihad and ensured a ready supply of local recruits," the intelligence service says.
"The poor, young, disaffected and undereducated members of these communities have provided terrorist organizations with intelligence and logistical support for their activities."
A copy of the August 2004 report, The Islamist Threat in Sub-Saharan Africa, was recently released under the Access to Information Act. It is marked Secret/Canadian Eyes Only.
A section of the declassified document entitled Implications for Canada was completely blanked out.
Al-Qaida attacks on the American embassies in Dar es Salaam and Nairobi in 1998 killed 224 people and injured thousands. But CSIS says it wasn't until the Sept. 11, 2001, assaults on New York and Washington that the West seriously considered the threat of Islamic extremism and other forms of terrorism in sub-Saharan Africa.
The United States subsequently led raids on Taliban and al-Qaida forces in Afghanistan, prompting fears some extremists would flee to Africa.
Attention focused on the Horn of Africa, where the al-Ittihad al-Islamiya, "a shadowy Islamic fundamentalist organization" suspected of links to al-Qaida was believed to be regrouping, CSIS says.
In the heavily censored report, the intelligence service also mentions Sudan, a sanctuary for bin Laden in the early 1990s, as well as Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa and Tanzania as possible breeding grounds for violent extremism.
The report says that while West Africa has not yet experienced a terrorist attack against a western target, the region "contains large ungoverned areas," particularly along the southern edge of the Sahara Desert.
In addition, the political instability of most West African states has left them susceptible to the "proselytizing of extremist Islamic clergy" calling for a return to strict enforcement of Muslim law.
However, CSIS stresses that while western countries remain seized with the fallout of the 9/11 attacks, Africa has been subsumed by its own horrible turmoil.
The report notes the terrorist outrages motivating the West are "seen as relatively minor when compared to the depredations perpetrated by domestic terrorist groups operating in sub-Saharan Africa."
Millions of people have died or been driven from their homes in brutal conflicts in Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda.
2,004 posted on Sunday, May 08, 2005 7:29:09 PM by Oorang (You're just jealous because the voices only talk to me)
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Peshawar put on high alert: Four die in accidental blast
WANA, May 7: Four tribesmen were killed and one was injured on Saturday when a rocket they were trying to dismantle exploded in Wana, an official said. Meanwhile, the authorities in Peshawar have declared high security alert after saboteurs attacked two check posts of paramilitary forces near Miramshah on Friday night.
The tribesmen had found an unexploded rocket in a forest near Lalayzai village, which blew up when they tried to dismantle it, a local administration official told AFP. The injured had been admitted to a hospital, he said.
Our Correspondent from Miramshah adds: Miscreants fired missiles on Friday night at two check posts of paramilitary forces near the Pak-Afghan border. Officials said three missiles had been fired from an unknown location at about 2pm, which landed near Sidgi and Girgat checkpoints some 15 kilometres west of Miramshah, the agency headquarters.
The missiles fired at Sidgi check post missed the target and landed at a close distance whereas two missiles fell Girgat checkpoint near the Pak-Afghan border. The attacks created fear in the locality. However, there were no reports of injuries or loss of life. The paramilitary forces did not retaliate the fire.
Peshawar Bureau adds: The authorities have declared a high security alert in Peshawar and installed surveillance equipment at foreign missions and other sensitive places in the city, police officials said.
They said extensive security arrangements had been made across the city after the dramatic arrest of Al Qaeda key leader Abu Faraj Al Libbi and other suspects from Mardan and the tribal areas a few days ago.
Senior Superintendent Police (operation) Mohammad Saeed Wazir told Dawn here on Saturday that additional police force had been provided to all foreign missions in the city, including offices of the United Nations, diplomatic missions, banks and their residential areas.
“Though situation is normal, but there is apprehensions about sabotage,” the SSP said, adding that fresh arrangements was part of the countrywide security alert. He said surveillance cameras had also been installed at various sensitive places in the city and foreign missions had been directed to improve their internal security arrangements while police also beefed up security in public parks and business centres.
An official told Dawn that they had been directed by the UN security agency to avoid unnecessary movement. He said they had been receiving directives from time to time to exercise extreme caution while on duty and the use of UN vehicles, especially outside the city.
2,005 posted on Sunday, May 08, 2005 7:51:58 PM by Oorang ( I Have a Degree in Liberal Arts; Do You Want Fries With That?)
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Al Libbi’s arrest stirs US nuclear fears
By Our Correspondent
WASHINGTON, May 7: There’s a serious possibility of Al Qaeda trying to steal nuclear weapons in Pakistan, says a report released recently by a Harvard University study group. The report, launched by a former US senator Sam Nunn, tries to persuade the United States and Russia to work together to prevent terrorist groups from acquiring nuclear weapons.
Mathew Bunn, who co-authored the report titled “Managing the Atom Project” with Anthony Weir, warned that the United States and Russia will become vulnerable to nuclear terrorism if they don’t focus on securing weapons of mass destruction.
Mr Bunn warned that Pakistan’s arrest of suspected Al Qaeda operative Abu Farraj Al Libbi, announced on May 4, highlights that vulnerability. He said two assassination attempts against President Pervez Musharraf are believed to have been orchestrated by Al Libbi, with the collaboration of some military officers.
“The danger of nuclear theft is a global problem, not just a Russia problem,” said Mr Bunn while urging the United States and Russia to “forge a common nuclear standard for the world because terrorists are going to get nuclear material wherever it is easiest.”
2,006 posted on Sunday, May 08, 2005 8:08:28 PM by Oorang ( I Have a Degree in Liberal Arts; Do You Want Fries With That?)
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2 dead, 5 injured in Kabul blast
KABUL: At least two people were killed and five injured in a suicide bomb explosion in an upscale Kabul neighbourhood Saturday evening.
Security officials said the blast occurred in an Internet café opposite the First Microfinance Bank in Shahr-i-Naw at about 5:50pm. Fortunately, there was no usual rush of visitors because of incessant rains here, they added.
Interior Ministry spokesman Lutfullah Mashal said: “Yes, there were two fatalities in the blast that left five people wounded.” But police said six people had been injured.
Mashal said the explosion near Ansari Square was initially linked to a cylinder burst in the shop. But according to another account, he added, the blast hit the Internet café immediately after a suspect stepped in. Police have cordoned the high-security Park Residence Guesthouse area, where a large number of foreigners live. “The injured have been rushed to a local hospital,” said Mashal.
“The dead have not been identified as yet. One of the bodies has been charred and mutilated beyond recognition,” the spokesman remarked, saying no one had been held in connection with the blast.
One of the injured, Israr Ahmed, a software expert, said 15 people were busy surfing the Internet when the bomb exploded. Three foreigners including a young girl were among them, he said.
“This Internet café has been targeted by terrorists because a large number of aliens visit it,” opined Mohammad Bilal, who was also slightly injured. He was unsure about the casualties, saying: “Smoke engulfed the whole place immediately after the bang.”
On August 28, 2004, a massive car bomb detonated outside the office here of the US security contractor DynCorp - providing security for President Hamid Karzai - killing seven people including two Americans.
The explosion comes hard on the heels of a fierce clash in the violence-plagued Zabul province, where at least 64 Taliban fighters and government troops are reported to have perished over the least four days.
2,007 posted on Sunday, May 08, 2005 8:19:58 PM by Oorang ( I Have a Degree in Liberal Arts; Do You Want Fries With That?)
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Govt promoting Islamic values: CM
PESHAWAR: The NWFP Chief Minister Akram Khan Durrani has said that the invincible unity of MMA put a brake to sectarianism in the country and foiled conspiracies of anti-Islam and anti-Pakistan elements.
He was addressing Provincial Seerat Conference at Auqaf Auditorium, Peshawar on Saturday. Provincial Ministers Amanullah Haqqani, Hafiz Akhtar Ali, MNA Rahmatullah Khalil, MPAs Abdur Razaq Mujaddadi, Dr. Zakir Shah, Advisor to Chief Minister NWFP Fazle Rahman Madani, Chairman Shariat Council Mufti Ghulam ur Rahman, Owais Qadri and Mufti Muneeb ur Rahman were also present at the occasion.
The chief minister said that Deeni Madaris were the centers of learning spreading the message of love and peace. He said that the worship places of minorities were safe in frontier province under MMA’s government. It was his government responsibility to protect the lives and property of minorities.
The chief minister said that MMA was a source of strength for the entire Muslim Ummah. His government was promoting Islamic values and hoped that the people of Punjab and Sindh would give a mandate in favour of MMA and would follow the people of frontier province to break the chain of slavery and would turn a deaf ear to the politics of landlords, wadera and khans.
He called upon the Khutba to unite the people against the conspirators conspiring to defame Islam. He assured that the provincial government within its powers was striving to implement its agenda for Shariah in the province.
The provincial assembly has unanimously adopted Shariat Bill and to put it on ground, the adoption of Hasba Bill was inevitable that would ensure cheap and easy access to justice.
He hoped that it would be adopted unanimously as the provincial government had got the opinions of all segments of the society through seminars. The people have been taken in to confidence and their apprehensions addressed to. He lashed out at the opponents of his government and added that their propaganda lacked substance.
What his government did to the welfare of the society should be seen and understood. His government improved law and order situation, banned purchase and sell of liquor, introduced interest free banking, provided free books to students up to Matric and declared education free up to Matric.
It exempted five marla houses from property tax, established A-grade hospitals in all districts, set up an education commission, introduced Jail reforms, established orphans centers and Darul Kafala and sensitized police to safeguard the lives and property of the people.
The chief minister said that his government gave an industrial policy giving attractive package to the investors and it was about to announce agriculture policy.
He said that his government made all decisions on merit and took all the political forces on board. He said that the establishment of Women University, women medical college, a separate sports directorate and other people’s friendly steps were the glaring achievements of his government.
Earlier, Provincial Minister for Religious Affairs, Maulana Amanaulah Haqqani presented a detailed resume of his government achievements and future plan.
2,008 posted on Sunday, May 08, 2005 8:28:53 PM by Oorang ( I Have a Degree in Liberal Arts; Do You Want Fries With That?)
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Have you been to "lastbestchance.org to order the free movie they made? It will ship may 20, supposed to uncover all this info to the American public in movie form starring Fred Thompson as the US President.
2,009 posted on Sunday, May 08, 2005 8:33:53 PM by eastforker (Under Cover FReeper going dark(too much 24))
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JUI claims govt days are numbered
HASIL PUR (inp): Secretary General of Jamiaat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI) Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Haidri Sunday claimed that government is fully utilizing its machinery to make the country a secular state.
Talking to a delegation of party workers the JUI leader said that non-governmental organizations were fully supported and a free hand has been given to them to play with Islamic ideology.
He said that Agha Khan Board was allowed to tarnish educational system and alter our Islamic and moral values. Keeping in front the government policies he said that government’s days are numbered and soon the people will get rid of the present undemocratic government which he said was working for the interests of West.
He criticized that General Pervez Musharraf led government failed to improve law and order situation and (he) president did not kept his promise to remove corruption from the society.
Despite remaining in power from six long years the president failed to take practical steps to remove corruption, he remarked adding that still justice is being sold in the country and poor cannot afford it. The MMA MNA claimed that sincere and people friendly government never came into power and that usually corrupt governments ruled country.
He asserted: “MMA will form peoples friendly government in the country.”
Maulana Haidri was of the view that reconciliation between the government and the PPP was a good omen but it should be open and in a political manner. He said that secret dealings will harm the democratic process and country as well as it is against the national interests.
About reconciliation between the MMA and ARD he said, “There is no improvement as the PPP is the main hurdle in the negotiation process between the two alliances.” The MNA assured the delegation that JUI would get maximum number of seats in local bodies’ election from the MMA platform.
2,010 posted on Sunday, May 08, 2005 8:35:09 PM by Oorang ( I Have a Degree in Liberal Arts; Do You Want Fries With That?)
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Nope, I didn't know anything about it. I'm going to lastbestchance.org now to check it out. Thanks.
2,011 posted on Sunday, May 08, 2005 8:37:13 PM by Oorang ( I Have a Degree in Liberal Arts; Do You Want Fries With That?)
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Let me know what you think about it, Senator Sam Nunn is heading up the project.
2,012 posted on Sunday, May 08, 2005 8:47:32 PM by eastforker (Under Cover FReeper going dark(too much 24))
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Oh, and sign up for the daily terror briefings about NP as well as biological and chemical WMD's.
2,013 posted on Sunday, May 08, 2005 8:48:31 PM by eastforker (Under Cover FReeper going dark(too much 24))
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Who is watching the Paki nukes while this is transpiring?
2,014 posted on Sunday, May 08, 2005 8:51:38 PM by Myrddin
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Good question Myrddin. I fear that Pakistan is not nearly as stable as "they" would like us to believe.
2,015 posted on Sunday, May 08, 2005 8:54:31 PM by Oorang ( I Have a Degree in Liberal Arts; Do You Want Fries With That?)
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