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    Friday, February 29, 2008

    Ops and Intel update

    Second day of violence may trigger Israel-Hamas escalation

    The latest in a series of Israeli airstrikes left at least 20 Palestinians dead Thursday, as Israel considers a new invasion of Gaza to confront Hamas.

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    "The emotions we feel about terrorism sometimes make it hard for the authorities to get a clear message across about the threat.

    "The experiences and diversity of the Bradford community make them an important testing ground for our theories.

    "The experiment is simple. You read a mock threat message on the web and then answer some multiple choice questions."

    The survey, which takes approximately 15 minutes to complete, is the latest part of a long-term investigation, which has already included focus groups with the public and interviews with experts in a range of high-profile roles.

    Everyone who completes the survey can opt to go into a draw with the chance to win one of four £50 Amazon vouchers.

    Anyone interested in taking part in the experiment can do so to:


    20,000 Scholars Declare Terrorism as Un-Islamic

    Yet another proof that the vast majority of mainstream Muslims scholars are not ambivalent about the scourge of terrorism. They also make an important point of disconnecting terrorism from madrassas, because that is an unfair and often unproven stereotype:

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    Al Qaeda seeking stealth recruits

    Thursday, February 28th 2008, 4:00 AM



    RAND's Virtual DDNI R&D Enterprise


    Emerging Threats - Analysis Commentary: ISI's new triumvirate
    United Press International - USA
    The Pakistan army began entering FATA in mid-December 2001

    for the first time since independence with 37000 troops. Assigned to

    blocking positions while US ...
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    Bomber kills Pakistan army's surgeon general
    Newsday - Long Island,NY,USA
    BY LAURA KING.Los Angeles Times February 26, 2008

    ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - In separate deadly attacks yesterday,

    a suicide bomber killed the army's surgeon ...
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    Pakistan army occupies Swat Valley
    Kansas City Star - MO,USA
    By MATTHEW PENNINGTON AP Writer Soldiers of Pakistan
    take positions in troubled area of Shangla in northwest
    Pakistan on Monday, Feb. 25, 2008. ...



    Algerian Army Surrounds Maghreb Al-Qaeda Chief, Reuters Reports

    Muslim' flap stirs al Qaeda message board

    Harry 'top target for terrorists'

    Taliban Blow Up Afghan Phone Tower

    CBC News: Taliban Tactics


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