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    Saturday, May 26, 2007

    Intel up date

    Doss attack group has a name:
    " team Jihad supporters for electronic Jihad-e-terrorist battalion struggling 007
    They ARE struggling...

    They want to b e like 007.

    Under arrest and in Prison..
    ha a ha lol


    BANGKOK - Myanmar's military leaders have never made a secret of their interest in developing a domestic nuclear-energy industry. Plans to buy a nuclear reactor from Russia have been in the pipeline for years, and this month in Moscow the two sides formally resurrected those controversial plans.

    Myanmar's move notably comes at a time when both Iran and North Korea have raised US hackles through their nuclear programs. Washington in recent years has referred to Myanmar

    as an "outpost of tyranny" and maintains trade and investment sanctions against the military regime. Some political analysts are already speculating whether Myanmar might try to use the threat of re-gearing its nuclear test reactor to reproduce weapons as a way to counteract US-led pressure for political change.


    TNT Found in the Office of Iraqi MP
    TNT Found in the Office of Iraqi MP
    Secret Dossier Lists 15 MPs Allegedly Guilty of "Ties to Terrorists"
    Posted 12 hr. 20 min. ago

    Ali Abbas/AFP/Getty
    Baghdad, IRAQ: Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki (L) greets Sunni leader and head of Iraqi National Concord Front Adnan al-Dulaimi after he announced his new national reconciliation plan during the parliament session in Baghdad 25 June, 2006.


    Al-Qaida Leader in Afghanistan Begs for Cash Donations

    By Evan Kohlmann

    In a new As-Sahab Media Foundation video broadcast yesterday on Al-Jazeera, the declared leader of Al-Qaida's forces in Afghanistan Shaykh Mustafa Abu al-Yazid (a.k.a. "Shaykh Saeed") signals that the Taliban are suffering from a serious cash crunch.

    ( Muslems are not supporting terrorism )


    Ahmadinejad triggers market crash
    Iran interest rate cut sparks panic selling

    · President's shock order defies expert advice
    · Bank shares plummet amid rampant inflation

    Robert Tait in Tehran
    Friday May 25, 2007
    The Guardian

    Iran's financial system suffered a fresh jolt yesterday with panic selling on the stock market after the president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, abruptly ordered banks to cut interest rates sharply, despite surging inflation.

    We have not seen yet videos of Jaish Mujahideen, IAI, Anshar as-sunnah this recent week... WHERE ARE THEY...?
    there has been a thread a 2-3 days ago where mujahedeen of the islamic army have pledged allegiance to the islamic state of iraq and there are many of them who have joined their ranks.

    as for ansar al sunna, yes it right that during the last 2-3 weeks you can see significant downturn of their communiquees as well as the operations they are conducting. if this has to do with the split of two of their members of the sharia council or if it is just a slow merging into the islamic state of iraq or other reasons i don't know.

    as for other groups, depending on the sites you are visiting to get their news you won't see statements of jaami, hamas iraq, 1920, iai and so on, at the usual jihadi forum as there statements are boycotted by most of them.

    but if you check the statements for example of the islamic army during the last weeks you can alos notice a rapid decline in the amount of operations as well as their quality.

    then all these groups involved with the reform umbrella group seem to go the way of recoinciliation, that might also explain why you don't hear a lot of them at the moment.

    as i said before, at least from here it seems that while the other resistance groups are getting weaker/involved in political process the stronger the islamic state of iraq gets. not only by the number of operations carried out but also because of their high value operations in recent weeks.

    "exactly!! While the leadership of many of these groups may be interested in, or at least exploring the idea of reconciliation, many of the most dedicated fighters are not willing to give up the jihad and therefore are swelling the ranks of the ISI. making there operations all the more lethal!"

    That must be it




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