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    Saturday, February 23, 2008

    USA thinking about joining fight against radical Islam

    "outlined plans to join the ideological fight against radical Islam"
    6 yrs late, but will join the fight soon.

    By Walter Pincus
    Monday, February 18, 2008; Page A15

    Two U.S. intelligence officials, in public appearances last week, outlined plans to join the ideological fight against radical Islam, much as the CIA worked behind the scenes during the Cold War in the battle against the creed of world communism.

    "How do we and our allies counter the ideology that supports violent extremism?" asked Michael Leiter, the acting director of the National Counterterrorism Center, in a speech Wednesday at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.

    The goal, Leiter said, is "to prevent the next generation of terrorists from emerging," and one approach he suggested is "to show that it is al-Qaeda, not the West, that is truly at war with Islam."

    Hours earlier, at a hearing on worldwide threats before the House Armed Services Committee, John A. Kringen, the CIA's deputy director for intelligence, spoke on the same theme, saying that while the United States and its allies have succeeded in "disrupting and dismantling terrorist organizations . . . the supply of people wanting to join those organizations continues and in some areas continues to grow."

    There was no mention of any fallout from Iraq. Instead, Kringen said one of the underlying problems leading people to terrorist extremism stems from the alienation some Muslims feel from European and Western culture, which is difficult to control. But Kringen said, as Leiter echoed, there is a need to explain "what al-Qaeda's intent really is" and to use that to discourage people "from wanting to go down those paths."

    Kringen then put the current ideological struggle "in the context of what we had to do within the days of the Cold War." Back then, the Soviet leaders set up the Cominform, an organization by which Moscow controlled communist parties throughout the world and, through them, the activities and propaganda of intellectual, artistic, labor and youth organizations that they established.

    To meet that challenge, Kringen said the United States and its allies targeted "the soft side" of that conflict. The U.S. approach in the 1950s was to reach out to non-government organizations, including intellectual publications, labor unions and student groups, sometimes providing secret financial support, much as the Cominform did.

    "I think over time we're going to need to build that kind of infrastructure," Kringen told the House panel, "because many times, it's not going to be what the U.S. government per se says, but the kind of interactions that they have through other people."

    Leiter described the "global ideological engagement, referred to by some as the 'war of ideas,' " as "a key center of gravity in the battle against al-Qaeda, its associates and those that take inspiration from the group."

    He described terrorist leaders who "aggressively employ messages related to current events, leverage mass media technologies and use the Internet to engage in a communications war against all who oppose their oppressive and murderous vision," adding: "We must engage them on this front with equal vehemence."

    As acting director of the counterterrorism center, Leiter is hardly unconnected to the proposed ideological war. A little-publicized role of the director is to conduct strategic planning for the fight against terrorism for the entire U. S. government, a role in which Leiter reports directly to the president.

    As Leiter put it publicly, the law creating the center "mandates that all elements of national power, not just the intelligence or military elements, be leveraged in the fight." President Bush approved the center's first strategic operational plan in June 2006, and though highly classified, it clearly includes a fight for the hearts and minds of Muslims worldwide.

    Last week, Leiter would not describe tactics but said the struggle against extremist ideology would be won "not by attacking religious or cultural traditions, but by highlighting the poverty of extremist thought, by working together with mainstream adherents of all faiths . . . and by using all elements of national power -- diplomacy, foreign aid, non-government organizations and the like." ( NO MENTION OF THE INTERNET, NOT A GOOD SIGN G )

    National security and intelligence reporter Walter Pincus pores over the speeches, reports, transcripts and other documents that flood Washington and every week uncovers the fine print that rarely makes headlines -- but should. If you have any items that fit the bill, please send them


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    Perspective and Context, Beheading

    Perspective and Context, Beheading vs Water boarding.

    The total time spent water boarding all perps is less than 5 min.

    The terrorist have a blade in the victims neck/throat longer than 5 min. in a beheading.

    To take a blade and saw through a humans neck, muscles, sinew and bone, cartilage while alive takes more than 5 min.

    And the Justice Dept is investigating water up someones nose, for on average 30 seconds.

    The terrorist who would use WMD if they had them. Who beheae civilians, use women, children and horses for suicide bombings.

    The CIA has my blessing to water board, even my encouragement, the justice dept. needs some perspective and to look at the context.

    While I recognize lawyers in General lack common sense, where is their sense of patriotism?

    Paki might have had the right Idea, I saw a vid of cops beating lawyers, Police beating Lawyers. Still smells like poetic justice.



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    Friday, February 22, 2008

    al Qaeda fortunes slip again, Horse carts

    al Qaeda fortunes slip again, Horse carts for suicide bombers.

    BAGHDAD, Feb 22 (Reuters) - A bomb strapped to a horse-drawn cart exploded in central Baghdad on Friday, killing one person, while a car bomb killed three people north of the capital, Iraqi security officials said.

    A ban on animal-drawn carts in Baghdad was imposed in response to the bomb, which had been booby-trapped and placed on the cart, said Major-General Qassim Moussawi, spokesman for security operations in Baghdad.

    "We had information about possible attacks using animal carts ... and now this happened this morning in Karrada district," he said. "We have banned them until further notice to prevent these kinds of attacks."

    Horse-drawn carts are commonly used to transport gas canisters, garbage and vegetables, among other goods. Militants have used them in the past to launch bomb attacks.

    Reuters TV footage showed a building completely gutted by the blast, with the remains of a horse lying in a pile of ash. Four people were wounded in the bombing.



    aQ out of funds, out of retarded people, OUT OF WOMEN, OUT OF CHILDREN, out of martyrs, are delegated to blowing up HORSES.
    aQ has no shame.


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    Shovel S^^T or cyber troop?

    al Qaeda and the taliban, the terrorist have around 4,000 web pages.

    What are you going to do about it?

    Patton might have said it best:
    General Patton to his troops:

    "Thirty years from now when you're sitting around your fireside with your grandson on your knee, and he asks you, What did you do in the great World War Two ( or the cyber war GWOT )? You won't have to say, Well, I shoveled shit in Louisiana.
    Alright now, you sons of bitches, you know how I feel. I will be proud to lead you wonderful guys into battle anytime, anywhere. That's all."

    General George S. Patton, Jr.


    We are at WAR, Gentlemen.

    I expect you will do your part.

    Join "Company C"


    ( 12.27.07, from Arabic forum ) Emphasis mne.
    و لما سمعناه من ثناء شيخنا الحبيب حكيم الأمة / الشيخ - ايمن الظواهري – حفظه الله - ، على رجالات الإعلام وحثه لهم على المضي قدماً في طريق جهادهم رغم المخاطر التي تعترضهم وحيث قال نادباً لهم : " فاللهَ أسألُ أن يجعل رجال الإعلام الجهادي سبباً لنشر رسالة الإسلام و التوحيد لكل الدنيا و بث الوعي الصادق بين جموع الأمة و لإحياء روح العزة و الكرامة و التضحية و الفداء و الجهاد و الاستشهاد بين صفوف المسلمين , و أن يوحدوا جهودهم و يرصوا صفوفهم حتى يكونوا قدوة لغيرهم , و أن يحرصوا على تسجيل تراث الأمة الجهادي الذي لولا توفيق الله لهم لأضاعه الأعداء و العملاء " . And when we heard from praise Cheickna Habib Hakim nation / Sheikh - Ayman al-Zawahiri - may God protect him - the media magnates and urged them to move forward in the way of their struggle despite the risks encountered and where he fouling them:

    "Ask God to make men Information jihadist cause for spreading the message Islam and uniformity of each floor and creating awareness among the masses sincere nation and to revive the spirit of pride and dignity and sacrifice, sacrifice and jihad and martyrdom among Muslims,

    and to unite their ranks and Ersoa even be an example for others, and should make the registration of the nation's heritage jihadist , which does not reconcile them to God's enemies and losing customers. "

    I guess somebody has to shovel the SHIT in Louisiana.

    Join "Company C"

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    Pakistan Shift Could Curtail Drone Strikes

    Published: February 22, 2008

    WASHINGTON — American officials reached a quiet understanding with Pakistan’s leader last month to intensify secret strikes against suspected terrorists by pilotless aircraft launched in Pakistan, senior officials in both governments say. But the prospect of changes in Pakistan’s government has the Bush administration worried that the new operations could be curtailed.

    Among other things, the new arrangements allowed an increase in the number and scope of patrols and strikes by armed Predator surveillance aircraft launched from a secret base in Pakistan — a far more aggressive strategy to attack Al Qaeda and the Taliban than had existed before.

    But since opposition parties emerged victorious from the parliamentary election early this week, American officials are worried that the new, more permissive arrangement could be choked off in its infancy.

    In the weeks before Monday’s election, a series of meetings among President Bush’s national security advisers resulted in a significant relaxation of the rules under which American forces could aim attacks at suspected Qaeda and Taliban fighters in the tribal areas near Pakistan’s border with Afghanistan.

    The change, described by senior American and Pakistani officials who would not speak for attribution because of the classified nature of the program, allows American military commanders greater leeway to choose from what one official who took part in the debate called “a Chinese menu” of strike options.

    Instead of having to confirm the identity of a suspected militant leader before attacking, this shift allowed American operators to strike convoys of vehicles that bear the characteristics of Qaeda or Taliban leaders on the run, for instance, so long as the risk of civilian casualties is judged to be low.

    The new, looser rules of engagement may have their biggest impact at a secret Central Intelligence Agency base in Pakistan whose existence was described by American and Pakistani officials who had previously kept it secret to avoid embarrassing President Pervez Musharraf politically. Mr. Musharraf, whose party lost in this week’s election by margins that surprised American officials, has been accused by political rivals of being too close to the United States.

    The base in Pakistan is home to a handful of Predators — unmanned aircraft that are controlled from the United States. Two Hellfire missiles from one of those Predators are believed to have killed a senior Qaeda commander, Abu Laith al-Libi, in northwest Pakistan last month, though a senior Pakistani official said his government had still not confirmed that Mr. Libi was among the dead. A C.I.A. spokesman declined on Thursday to comment on any operations in Pakistan.




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    Black Hat: Dtrace a Rootkit?

    Black Hat: Dtrace a Rootkit?
    February 22, 2008
    By Sean Michael Kerner

    WASHINGTON, D.C.--Sun's Dtrace application was developed primarily as a tool to help monitor functions on Solaris. According to a pair of security researchers at the Black Hat conference, you can also use Dtrace as the basis for a rootkit-like tool for offensive and defensive security operations.

    At the conference, Security researcher Tiller Beauchamp noted that Sun created Dtrace in 2003 released it as part of Solaris 10 in 2005 under the CDDL open source license. Later, Apple incorporated it into Mac OS X Leopard.

    At its core, Dtrace is a framework for performance observability and debugging in real time. Beauchamp explained that the way it works is you set probes for places you're interested in and define the action you want to take which is usually some kind of measurement or recording.

    Beauchamp said Dtrace combines system performance, statistic debugging information and execution analysis in one tight package.

    "It's a real Swiss Army knife for reverse engineers," he added. Security researcher David Weston noted that Dtrace is an all-seeing eye into a system and its applications with few things that are off-limits. Weston and Beauchamp noted that they could use Dtrace as a basis not just for reverse engineering but also for exploit purposes as well.

    "It's like a friendly programming rootkit that lets you see everything," Weston said.

    Weston commented that Dtrace is not a debugger since Dtrace allows applications to continue normally, showing a user what's going on without break points.

    On its own, Weston explained, Dtrace does not allow a user to perform destructive action. Dtrace can be combined with other tools, however, to become destructive.

    According to Weston, using Dtrace in a few lines of script is significantly more complex for the security researcher than writing script with a common rootkit.

    Weston also detailed how a user could manipulate Dtrace to perform what he referred to as "snooping," which is essentially what a keystroke logger does.

    This article was first published on To read the full article, click here.





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    A medical mission in Sayafiyah, photos

    Watch him he may have a needle:

    Great photos:
    A medical mission in Sayafiyah



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    Iran Syria under heavy surveillance

    Heavy storm exposes Russian Syria-based spy ship off Israel shore

    February 22, 2008, 2:27 PM (GMT+02:00)

    Rescued Russian spy ship in Greek port

    Rescued Russian spy ship in Greek port

    DEBKAfile’s military sources reveal that the Russian Amur 1 Class PM 138 naval boat, caught up in the heavy storm raging across the Middle East and Mediterranean last week, flashed a distress signal Tuesday Feb. 19. A Greek Navy frigate responded to the call and escorted the PM 138 to the island of Chios.

    DEBKAfile’s military sources point out:

    1. Russian naval vessels are spending long periods running into months at the Syrian military bases of Latakia and Tartous.

    2. Witnesses in Greece say the vessel, described officially as an auxiliary repair craft, boasted an unusual number of antennas for gathering intelligence.


    Nasrallah declares Israel “will definitely cease to exist” in next war

    February 22, 2008, 6:22 PM (GMT+02:00)

    The Hizballah leader, in his most vituperative speech against Israel ever, said Friday, Feb. 22: “Arab opposition, including Syria, and popular opposition will eliminate Israel; its armed forces will be defeated and Israel will be left with no army. We will fight as we have never fought before.”

    Nasrallah pledged “Mughniyeh’s blood would not go unpunished.

    DEBKAfile: On Feb. 20, Israeli chief of staff, Lt. Gen. Gaby Ashkenazi indicated Hizballah planned to seize on an Israeli ground offensive against Gazan missiles to launch a revenge attack in the north.


    Iran’s “covert efforts to weaponize nuclear work" cited in new IAEA report

    February 22, 2008, 6:56 PM (GMT+02:00)

    This work links uranium processing, high explosives tests and designs for a missile warhead, the Vienna-based UN nuclear watchdog said Friday, Feb. 22, in a report on which a decision on a third round of UN Security Council sanctions depends.

    “Iran had shown new openness” about earlier nuclear advances, said the report, “but not enough to prove its program is not geared to making bombs.”

    The report also confirmed Iran was testing technology that “could give it the means to enrich uranium much faster - in further defiance of demands to halt all sensitive nuclear activity or be hit with wider U.N. sanctions.



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    Paki Nutz

    by Arnaud De Borchgrave
    Washington (UPI) Feb 20, 2007
    Free elections in Pakistan Feb. 18 were to be the first step in bringing a dysfunctional nuclear power back to democratic stability. The preliminary first step was a deal with the pro-al-Qaida Taliban chief in the tribal areas. The new Pakistani army chief of staff, Gen.

    Ashfaq Parvez Kiyani, and the "amir" of Tehrik-e-Taliban-Pakistan, Baitullah Mehsud, agreed to a cease-fire, as well as the withdrawal of the Pakistani army from South Waziristan, one of the seven tribal agencies along the Afghan border (known as the Federally Administered Tribal Areas).

    As a result, to mark election day there was "only" one political assassination in Lahore, 24 terrorist incidents in the rest of the country, including two deadly attacks on election rallies in the Northwest Frontier province, the ambush of a Pakistani army convoy withdrawing from North Waziristan in which a major was killed -- all done by extremist groups that are not part of Mehsud's Taliban organization.

    The election results, as expected, produced enough votes for the two largest parties -- the late Benazir Bhutto's Pakistan People's Party and Nawaz Sharif's Pakistan Muslim League (PMLN) -- to form a coalition.

    Only one small problem: Neither one was willing to work with President Pervez Musharraf, who got himself re-elected by the outgoing National Assembly, which had been rigged originally in his favor. Musharraf said he planned to serve out his term until 2012.

    Democratic stability took a turn for the worse as Asif Zardari, Bhutto's widower, and Sharif conferred on how they could bring about the impeachment of Musharraf without a parliamentary majority. Sharif, who had been deposed by Musharraf in 1999 and exiled to Saudi Arabia for 10 years, now let it be known he favored A.Q. Khan, the notorious nuclear black marketer, as Musharraf's successor.

    As the father of Pakistan's nuclear arsenal, Khan is arguably Pakistan's most popular idol since the foundation of the republic 61 years ago.

    After U.S. intelligence produced the proof of how Khan had sold nuclear know-how to America's enemies -- notably North Korea and Iran -- Musharraf administered Khan a slight tap on the wrist: a public confession in English on television and confined to house arrest, but allowed to keep the loot. He is now confined to Pakistan and not allowed to travel abroad.



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    Thursday, February 21, 2008

    "Umar Rabie al-Khalaila", al Qaeda of England

    "Umar Rabie al-Khalaila"
    al Qaeda of England
    Idle threats, Impotent just like ISI.

    Al-Qaeda threaten suicide attack on Brown
    Melbourne Herald Sun - Australia
    The message was posted in English to an al-Qaeda-affiliated
    online forum by "Umar Rabie al-Khalaila", US-based
    monitoring service the SITE Intelligence ...
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    Iran: production of nuclear warheads


    Israel expects another Iran whitewash job from UN nuclear watchdog

    February 21, 2008, 12:03 PM (GMT+02:00)

    Iranian opposition leader Mohammad Mohaddessin warns tomorrow will be too late for thwarting Iran's nuclear plans

    Iranian opposition leader Mohammad Mohaddessin warns tomorrow will be too late for thwarting Iran's nuclear plans

    Israel’s UN ambassador Danny Gillerman says Israel is losing patience with the wishy-washy reports delivered by Mohammed ElBaradei, head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, on Iran’s nuclear work.

    Wednesday, Feb. 20, Mohammad Mohaddessin,of the exiled Iranian National Council of Resistance, warned that the Iranian regime had accelerated its nuclear weapons program, including the production of nuclear warheads. He told a news conference that Tehran had established its first command and control center to work on a nuclear bomb and was setting up a center to produce warheads southeast of the capital.

    DEBKAfile: The council’s previous allegations of Iran’s covert nuclear activities, including the Natanz site, have been borne out. Mohaddessin said Iran cheated inspections by closing down one center only to open another later with the same purpose.

    Addressing the watchdog agency, the exiled Iranian activist advised action against Iran now, for tomorrow would be too late.

    Ahead of the ElBaradei report, whose release is expected Friday, Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said his government would ignore calls by major powers to halt the work which has led to two rounds of UN sanctions. The report’s findings will determine the Security Council powers’ decision on a third round.

    Iran’s former nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani, who is running for parliament, said Wednesday, Feb. 20, he had quit the post over “differences on management mechanics” with Ahmadinejad. He is reported among the president’s critics, accusing him of pushing Iran into international isolation.

    On Feb. 13, Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov said Moscow does not approve of Iran’s development of its rocket sector and continued uranium enrichment.



    DEBKAfile's military sources report that the increasingly belligerent statements issuing from top Iranian leaders since the death of Imad Mughniyeh in Damascus earlier this month are seen as betokening serious intent. Israel's chief of staff Lt. Gen. Gaby Ashkenazi told graduating officers Wednesday, Feb. 20, that he could not rule out a possible "tough ordeal" in the near future. Israel must aim for quick victory.

    President Ahmadinejad said earlier: "World powers have created a black and dirty microbe named the Zionist regime and unleashed it like a savage animal on the nations of the region." He was addressing a rally in the southern city of Bandar Abbas, site of the Revolutionary Guards' command center and main bases. His speech was broadcast in full by state television.

    Also Wednesday, an exiled Iranian opposition leader Mohammad Mohaddessin claimed Tehran had accelerated its nuclear weapons program, including the production of nuclear warheads.

    DEBKAfile: Sunday, Gen. Hassan Firouz-Abadi, commander-in-chief of all Iran's armed forces, said at a ceremony in memory of Imad Mughniyeh: "Many millions across the world will soon receive the joyous news of the Zionist entity's destruction."' He did not explain how Iran intended to perform this objective, but alluded indirectly to nuclear or radioactive measures.

    The next day, Revolutionary Guards chief Mohammad Ali Jaafari referred to Israel, which denied involvement in the murder, as a "cancerous microbe."

    DEBKAfile's sources report that in Washington and Jerusalem, these unbridled speeches are taken as an orchestrated campaign to raise Middle East temperatures up to the climax of an Iranian attack on Israel.

    It is noted that Ahmadinejad's speech was delivered on the last day of the Islamic month of Haram, during which Muslims are prohibited from embarking on attacks. The month of Safar when it is permitted to strike enemies of Islam begins Thursday, Feb. 21.



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    How to feel safe.

    If I was going to work on nuclear stuff for Iran I would want to feel safe.
    So they built for the technicians, buildings with concrete, steel reinforced and TEN feet thick.
    3 walls two feet thick and one wall 4 feet thick.

    But then the USA Force some times surprises ME.

    That could give a lot of Iranians a head ache.




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    Wednesday, February 20, 2008

    Major victory in the GWOT

    Major victory in the GWOT

    The main paradigm development in the Pakistan election
    is the rule by secular parties.
    A rejection of Sharia law to run the country.
    The electorate decided this. Voted it in.

    Religious Hard-Liners Out in Pakistan - The Associated Press

    They are going to try "it" there way, if they succed al Qaeda and the Violent Taliban are gone.
    If not they will ask for help, on their own time line, by their decisions.

    al Qaeda and the Taliban reaction to this will be very violent.
    Which will push the new Government to action in self defense.


    ( worthy of a celebration )


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    We want YOU to fight Terrorism, on line.

    We want you !
    To fight terrorism on line.
    Be part of a civilian company.
    Taking down terror web sites, videos and MORE.

    After the first 100 sign up, the WIKI will close; become private
    password protected, and the Company will be organized.

    An oppurtunity to do something in an organized group
    against al Qaeda and the Taliban.

    Join now.


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    Juke Box II

    Just added second juke box another 300 songs.

    Juke Box II




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    $10 billion UDS Great Game.

    The Great Game:

    What is it like from the Paki side?

    USA has been pouring in money to the tune of $10,000,000,000.00 so far.
    Thats 10 billion. thats a little less than 2 billion dollars a year,
    Thats more than 150 million dollars a month.
    And thats about 40 million dollars a week.
    Which is 8 million dollars per working day ( taking off the Week Ends )
    Not bad for an 8 hr day, 1 million dollars an hour.
    ( And this doesn't count what the CIA is flooding the country with. )

    In a county that most live on $2 dollars a day.

    They have been playing the Great Game for about 200 years, since 1811.
    ( Historians say since 1813, but I figure they were at it for at least a couple of years
    before anyone knew. )

    The spy game for 200 years. Thats 5 generations?

    And the Goal of the Great Game from the Paki side is to
    get paid for information.

    If you look at it from this perspective then they are having the best years EVER.

    You need a connection, someone who will pay for information.
    And to keep your eyes and ears open and a way to communicate.

    Of course you and I wouldn't sell out.
    Its easy to have ethics and integrity, and utmost confidence in your ability to resist, especially if you've never been tested..

    Some one brings in a heavy briefcase stacked with $100 dollar bills. And opens it in front of you.
    When I was a broker I was wiring $3 million dollars back to a client.
    I actually though about IT, for 30 seconds, so I know my price, if I have one is above $3,000,000.00 dollars.

    A brief case with a million dollars in it is just like filling it with two huge phone books, a very handsome weight.
    I would imagine very pleasant to heft.

    But its a very dangerous game, executions, bombs, assassinations.

    There is more money in the country than ever before in history.

    After the elections the question won't be will Paki work with America but,
    how much more money can Paki get with new leaders, new negotiations?

    On some level they don't want to get rid of the terrorists, but want to control them.
    And the Taliban is used to selling out for the right Price and enough force against them,
    they have a demonstrated history of switching sides if the price is right. Outlined in this Book. "Jawbreaker".

    There is alot of wealth in Pakistan,
    And what better way to attract anti-terror funds than have the definition of terror its self
    living in your country, the BRAND name of terrorism its self, Bin Laden.

    Paki Not looking for Biny

    Paki knows the level of terrorism will drop world wide when Biny, Zee and Omar are taken out.
    And so will the funding for the GWOT drop as terrorism does.
    So the trick becomes how to keep enough terrorism active to attract the big anti-terrorism dollars, without risking loosing your wealth or life to violence.
    How to best control this Taliban army that will fight in Kashmir in case of trouble, but also
    is very violent, suicide bombers, beheadings, etc. And lacks integrity, can't be trusted.

    Paki has let a wolf into the house and are trying to train it before it eats them.
    They may get serious when the Taliban wolf chews the Paki leg off.

    On the other hand they have playing the Great Game for 200 years.
    USA are not playing with amateurs here, but world class professionals.
    The Great Game, New biggest game ever, now being played for Billions.


    Long Term the Taliban have lost.
    I remember reading about a Former Taliban leader inviting one of the Big
    news paper reporters to see where he was going to build a $5 million dollar hotel.
    Right near Tora Bora.
    The former war lord arrived at the reporters hotel with a few pickup trucks full of armed men. And raced to the site near Tora Bora, a quick look around and whisked
    him back to the safety of his hotel.

    The Taliban can't have $5 million dollar tourist atractions and violence.
    Just isn't going to happen. At the same time when there was war in Lebanon USA evacuated, what 20,000 Americans? All living in the heart of the Middle East, and no one
    had touched them, an arms reach for al Qaeda.

    This was one tourist mecca that was untouchable, even Americans
    were safe. They were an economic asset and their value was recognized as such.
    al Qaeda had a hands off order for Americans there, and someone had the
    power/muscle to enforce it.

    Capitalism will beat the Taliban long term, some day we will go on tours
    of Taliban battle fields with Taliban guides, and eat with Taliban war lords,
    and shoot AK-47s for the price of a tour, and everyone will be safe.

    ( comment: I typed this directly into my blog, and google.blogs messes up the formatting,
    What do I expect for free, quit complaining, if I type it up in google Email, and cut and paste its fine...? )

    Pakistan - Islamic Rule Ushered Out With Celebrations


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    Tuesday, February 19, 2008

    Pakistani Election: MEANING

    the election was a repudiation of Pakistan's flirtation with radical Islam. At press time, with more than half of the results announced, Islamic parties had taken only three of 272 seats in the National Assembly, compared with 45 in 2002. In their place, voters chose secular parties, such as Benazir Bhutto's Pakistan People's Party (PPP).

    "This is profoundly a vote for liberal democracy," says Shafqat Mahmood, a former senator, now a columnist for The News, a national newspaper.

    Pakistan's two largest parties, the PPP and former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's faction of the Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) will form a unity government. Projections of the still-unfinished count suggest these two parties could control two-thirds of the seats in parliament if they join with several other small allies.

    The extremists lost seats. Taliban was the biggest looser in the elections.

    Pakistan - Islamic Rule Ushered Out With Celebrations

    How Paki plays the " Great Game" spying

    Pakistanis reject religious hard-liners MSNBC 20:10

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    US. Resumes assassination: Al Qaida

    US. Resumes assassination campaign against Al Qaida (Pt 2)

    A U.S. military official familiar with operations in the tribal areas, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to talk about the operations, said: "We'll get these one-off flukes once every eight months or so, but that's still not a strategy -- it's not a plan. Every now and then something will come together. What that serves to do [is] it tamps down discussion about whether there is a better way to do it."

    The target is identified
    During seven years of searching for Osama bin Laden and his followers, the U.S. government has deployed billions of dollars' worth of surveillance hardware to South Asia, from top-secret spy satellites to sophisticated eavesdropping gear for intercepting text messages and cellphone conversations.

    Yet some of the initial clues that led to the Libi strike were decidedly low-tech, according to an account supplied by four officials briefed on the operation. The CIA declined to comment about the strike and neither confirmed nor denied its involvement.

    Hours before the attack, multiple sources said, the CIA was alerted to a convoy of vehicles that bore all the signatures of al-Qaeda officers on the move. Local residents -- who two sources said were not connected to the Pakistani army or intelligence service -- began monitoring the cluster of vehicles as it passed through North Waziristan, a rugged, largely lawless province that borders Afghanistan.

    Eventually the local sources determined that the convoy carried up to seven al-Qaeda operatives and one individual who appeared to be of high rank. Asked how the local support had been arranged, a U.S. official familiar with the episode said, "All it takes is bags of cash."

    Kamran Bokhari, director of Middle East analysis for Strategic Forecasting, a private intelligence group, said the informants could have been recruits from the Afghanistan side of the border, where the U.S. military operates freely.

    "People in this region don't recognize the border, which is very porous," Bokhari said. "It is very likely that our people were in contact with intelligence sources who frequent both sides and could provide some kind of targeting information."

    Precisely what U.S. officials knew about the "high-value target" in the al-Qaeda convoy is unclear. Libi, a 41-year-old al-Qaeda commander who had slowly climbed to the No. 5 spot on the CIA's most wanted list, was a hulking figure who stood 6 feet 4 inches tall. He spoke Libyan-accented Arabic and learned to be cautious after narrowly escaping a previous CIA strike. U.S. intelligence officials say he directed several deadly attacks, including a bombing at a U.S. military base in Afghanistan last year that killed 23 people.

    Observing their prey
    Alerted to the suspicious convoy, the CIA used a variety of surveillance techniques to follow its progression through Mir Ali, North Waziristan's second-largest town, and to a walled compound in a village on the town's outskirts.

    The stopping place itself was an indication that these were important men: The compound was the home of Abdus Sattar, 45, a local Taliban commander and an associate of Baitullah Mehsud, the man accused by both the CIA and Pakistan of plotting the assassination of Benazir Bhutto on Dec. 27.

    With all signs pointing to a unique target, CIA officials ordered the launch of a pilotless MQ-1B Predator aircraft, one of three kept at a secret base that the Pakistani government has allowed to be stationed inside the country. Launches from that base do not require government permission, officials said.

    During the early hours of Jan. 29, the slow-moving, 27-foot-long plane circled the village before vectoring in to lock its camera sights on Sattar's compound. Watching intently were CIA and Air Force operators who controlled the aircraft's movements from an operations center at Creech Air Force Base in Nevada.

    On orders from CIA officials in McLean, the operators in Nevada released the Predator's two AGM-114 Hellfire missiles, 100-pound, rocket-propelled munitions each tipped with a high-explosive warhead. The missiles tore into the compound's main building and an adjoining guesthouse where the al-Qaeda officers were believed to be staying.

    Even when viewed from computer monitors thousands of miles away, the missiles' impact was stunning. The buildings were completely destroyed, and as many as 13 inhabitants were killed, U.S. officials said. The pictures captured after the attack were "not pretty," said one knowledgeable source.

    Libi's death was confirmed by al-Qaeda, which announced his "martyrdom" on Feb. 1 in messages posted on the Web sites of sympathetic groups. One message hailed Libi as "the father of many lions who now own the land and mountains of jihadi Afghanistan" and said al-Qaeda's struggle "would not be defeated by the death of one person, no matter how important he may be."

    A temporary impact
    Publicly, reaction to the strike among U.S. and Pakistani leaders has been muted, with neither side appearing eager to call attention to an awkward, albeit successful, unilateral U.S. military operation. Some Pakistani government spokesmen have even questioned whether the terrorist leader was killed.

    "It's not going to overwhelm their network or break anything up definitively," acknowledged a military official briefed on details of the Libi strike. He added: "We're now in a sit-and-wait mode until someone else pops up."

    Richard A. Clarke, a former counterterrorism adviser to the Clinton and Bush administrations, said he has been told by those involved that the counterterror effort requires constant pressure on the Pakistani government.

    "The United States has gotten into a pattern where it sends a high-level delegation over to beat Musharraf up, and then you find that within a week or two a high-value target has been identified. Then he ignores us for a while until we send over another high-level delegation," Clarke said.
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    New NATO Offensive In Afghanistan

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    New NATO Offensive In Afghanistan

    Nato'New NATO Offensive In Afghanistan', Radio Netherlands, 18 February 2008

    EXCERPT: "More than a thousand Afghan, US and Dutch soldiers are taking part in a new offensive against the Taliban in the Afghan province of Uruzgan. The operation is taking place in an area around the town of Deh Rawod in the west of the province that has fallen into Taliban hands in recent months. Since then thousands of Afghans have fled the region. It's the NATO stabilisation force ISAF's second large operation in Uruzgan, which together with neighbouring provinces Helmand and Kandahar are the home of the Taliban movement. Last autumn, Taliban militias were driven out of a strategic valley north of the provincial capital Tarin Kowt during an operation called 'Spin Ghar' (White Mountain). The latest offensive is called 'Patan Ghar' (Mountain of the Pasthuns) and focuses on the area around the town of Deh Rawod on the Helmand river."

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    in my posts, these websites are their own
    sources, but also THE source for cyber terrorism. )

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    Current Terrorist web sites.

    If all of them were DOWN, what would that do to "cyber terrorism", recruiting, command and control, financing, HOME GROWN?


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    Monday, February 18, 2008

    Discipline as a Means to Marital Reconciliation

    To justify discipline by the husband, the wife's disobedience must not be trivial. More precisely, the disobedience worthy of discipline means the type of behavior on the part of the wife which is so disturbing for the husband that their living together becomes difficult. The disobedience cannot be ex nihilo. Jurists thus typically limit the wife's disobedience acknowledged in this passage to the following four categories:

    1. She does not beautify herself for her husband when he desires that from her.

    2. She disobeys her husband with respect to coming to his bed and she refuses torespond to his sexual needs.

    3. She leaves the house without his permission or without any legal right to do so.

    4. She does not perform her obligatory religious duties, such as failure to performher daily prayers, failing to fast Ramadan, or any other obligatory act of Islam.

    b. Disobedience Limited to Sexual Matters

    The jurists who limit the wife's disobedience to sexual matters only proclaim that any other form of disobedience does not justify her husband's discipline. Jurists use this narrow interpretation of disobedience to further avoid trivial complaints by the husband as a justification for discipline, making the wife's disobedience required more objective than the majority opinion.

    Such jurists commonly categorize sexual disobedience as in regards to either sexual access or certain types of sexual misconduct outside of marriage.Sexual access refers to the Islamic right that a husband has to engage in conjugal relations with his wife. One hadith that establishes this right states, "If the man asks his wife to come to his bed and she declines, the angels will keep cursing her until the morning."

    To deny the husband this right to sexual access constitutes sexual disobedience.


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    This was too good not to post it all.
    From our good friends at Wired.

    Army: Wikis Too Risky

    By David Axe EmailFebruary 18, 2008 | 11:24:00 AMCategories: Info War

    SoldierlaptopThey might not build $150-million F-22 stealth fighters, but in other ways insurgents and terrorists are amazingly tech savvy. For one, they're hip to using grungy, bare-bones websites to spread tactics and ideology across the planet on the cheap, transforming once-isolated local and regional conflicts into genuine threats to global stability. Author John Robb calls this "open-source warfare," and believes it's the most important force shaping the 21st century.

    If so, we're screwed. Seven years after the launch of Wikipedia -- the user-edited online encyclopedia that brought the "open source" concept to the masses -- the U.S. Army is still playing catch-up. The Army's idea of harnessing the 'net is to launch isolated websites, put generals in charge and lock everything behind passwords, while banning popular open-source civilian websites. Colonel James Galvin, head of the Army's "Battle Command Knowledge System," openly admits that when it comes to the collaborative internet, the bad guys have a "niche advantage."

    It didn't have to be this way. Around four years ago there was a grass-roots explosion of informal web-based tools for soldiers. Four captains at West Point founded as a forum for junior officers to swap battlefield lessons. And the 1st Cavalry Division launched CAVNET to sponge up and spread patrol tactics in Iraq. Both were victims of their own successes. Galvin's office, located at Fort Leavenworth in Kansas, was set up to institutionalize these forums and others. To the Army, that meant hiding them all behind the password-protected Army Knowledge Online web portal, and assigning trained moderators and high-ranking "sponsors" to each site. The result is forums that are less accessible, less nimble, less innovative and less effective than their counterparts in the shadowy world of terrorists and insurgents. Oh, and there still aren't any official Army wikis. [For what it's worth, the intelligence community is a little slicker at this. -- ed.]

    Besides adhering to strict security standards, Galvin stresses that the Army must also balance "both hierarchy and networking." "If you've got hierarchy, you've got direction -- and if you bring in networking, you've got direction and collaboration." But limiting collaboration to AKO password-holders artificially shrinks the network, and makes the whole process perhaps too insular to be truly innovative. [Ironically, Army officials would actually make the opposite argument -- that AKO isn't secure enough to share truly-sensitive information. -- ed.]

    I'm not saying that Army forums should be totally unprotected from insurgent snoopers. But they should be expanded, and loosened, to allow students, academics, journalists and, yes, even members of the general public to participate on some level. That's risky, sure, but worth it.

    Galvin advises patience. "Our leaders are getting comfortable working in that [collaborative] environment," he says. And that means Army wikis aren't far off. But even if they arrived tomorrow, they'd still be seven years late.


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    30 Islamic Scholars with black tongues.

    Statement by 30 Prominent Pakistani Islamic Scholars: "The Taliban Are Not Terrorists;

    Bombing Mosques, funerals, market places, political gatherings and ass assassinations, are not terrorist acts in these Scholars eyes, may Allah blind them. G

    "Cowardice Was Shown Vis-à-Vis the U.S. and India After 9/11;" "Our Troops were Used… Against Our Fellow Citizens;" Pakistan was Set "On an Irreligious Path"

    Pakistani were and are Harboring al Qaeda, the very definition of terrorism, G

    "Most of our [previous] governments have been under the influence of the United States... But the way our government sacrificed itself on the altar of American interests after September 11, 2001, and ruthlessly murdered our national interests by bringing an American-interest war into our country, is an example on its own.

    The madrassas are the very ones who teaching allowed al Qaeda to use Paki as a safe haven.G

    "Our forces were used in military operations against our fellow citizens. Cowardice was shown vis-à-vis the United States and India..."

    NO never, used against the Taliban and al Qaeda for,
    Bombing Mosques, funerals, market places, political gatherings and assassinations.G

    "On the other hand, efforts were launched with full preparedness to take the nation [Pakistan] on an irreligious path in the name of 'moderation' and 'progressive thinking.' Changes were made in the curricula of the educational system, to make them look good to 'others/foreigners' instead of... [making them appropriate for] our national interests. Completely unjustified amendments were made in hudood law [regarding women,] in the name of women's rights - [amendments] which were not only unrelated to women's rights but also included further injustices against them.

    To bring Paki out of the 1600's dark ages thinking, to stop the brutalization of women. G

    "Vice and nakedness were promoted; centers of vice were patronized practically; and mosques were martyred in Islamabad. Rising inflation and unemployment made it difficult for the poor to live. The storm of killings and lootings is raging in the country, and because of this no one's life and property is safe..

    "Can a Suicide Attack be Carried Out to Cause Serious Harm to the Enemy During A Right And Justified War?"

    In their statement, the scholars examined the justification of suicide attacks according to shari'a. A thin difference emerges between a suicide committed by an individual in despair and suicide bombings as a tactic of war. They discuss the conditions under which suicide bombings can be justified, stating:

    "These are collectively the apparent situations which created irritation in the hearts of some individuals that is appearing in the form of suicide attacks. Insofar as the status of suicide attacks in shari'a is concerned, almost all Muslims know that [individual] suicide is forbidden in Islam, and in this regard the orders of the Koran and the hadith are absolutely clear.

    "But can a suicide attack be carried out to cause serious harm to the enemy during a right and justified war? As per jurisprudence and shari'a, there can be two different opinions about this.

    "Some scholars think that if a need is realized during a right and justified war, and if targets are not innocent people, then a suicide attack is right. This would be the type of suicide attack [carried out] at the Chavinda Front during the 1965 [India-Pakistan] War, when the soldiers of Pakistan's army tied bombs to their bodies and crashed into Indian tanks, and as a result of which the advance of the tanks was stopped - and tales of this are popular.

    "Because this is an issue for ijtihad [reasoning by consensus as a source of legislation in Islam], and if an individual took such a step [i.e. suicide bombing] during a right and justified war, then there is hope that Allah will accept his sacrifice in consideration of the beauty of his intention."

    But the Sharia law forbids it, suicide is forbidden in Islam. G

    The Problem of Suicide Attacks Cannot Be Resolved by Condemning Them - We Must Consider Why So Many Are Willing to Carry Them Out The scholars discussed the reasons for suicide attacks and ways of eliminating them. They wrote:

    "The problem cannot be resolved only by condemning these attacks. The real question is, who is carrying out these suicide attacks? And why?

    Foreigners mostly Arabs.G

    "Along with completely condemning these actions, it must not be forgotten that those who carry out this kind of attack do it with the knowledge that whether somebody falls victim to it or not, they themselves will first go into the mouth of death. Under normal conditions, life is dear to everybody, and nobody wants to lose his life without extremely extraordinary conditions.

    Along with completely condemning these actions" they do condemn these suicide bombers, they will go to HELL according to Allah's Will, G

    "Therefore, one needs to think why such a large number of people is prepared suddenly take such an extraordinary step that they do not care about their lives, nor do they have concerns about their children, who will become orphans, their wives who will become widows, their family members who will be sad...

    Yes why are foreigners coming to Paki to commit suicide? al Qaeda is bring them. G

    "These suicide attacks are in fact irritation and apprehension (which result from complete hopelessness) against the policies of the government. These people have begun [to follow] the path of violence due to their despair from all types of peaceful paths. Among them are youth whose homes have been turned into wreckage in the operations of the government or of the United States, and those who have seen their dear ones dying in these military operations.

    They are the result of lies by al Qaeda to the Ummah, and foreigners.G

    "This mindset has reached the stage where no oral or written argument succeeds against it. And if more violence is used to fight against such a mindset, it will provoke greater reaction. Therefore, the military operations against the civilian population of Pakistan are not a solution to this situation.

    Operations are not against the civilian populations, may Allah forgive them their written lies. G

    "In our opinion, the most important and fundamental point is that the government try to see those who are called 'militants' or 'extremists' through Pakistani eyes, rather than looking at them through American eyes. These people, whether they are in tribal areas or in Swat, or in the Malakand Division or in Baluchistan, are indeed our own brothers, our fellow nationals, and from our own religion. They are not enemies of Pakistan; rather, they have always guarded Pakistan's frontiers in the Tribal Areas. But the circumstances created by the government have made them enemies of the government and enemies of every person who is not aligned with them in the enmity of the government."

    al Qaeda and their stooges are not your brothers, they are foreigners. G

    Admit That the American Strategy has Failed; Military Operations Should Be Stopped; Turn Musharraf's Anti-U.S. Statements Into Policy

    In their statement, the Islamic scholars list a series of measures for the consideration of Pakistani government and policy-makers. Some of these measures are:

    1. "We [should] admit with open heart that the American strategy we have adopted blindly in the name of the 'War on Terror' has failed completely. This strategy has given us nothing, but has snatched much from us; it is the fundamental reason for our internal conflicts, and because of it, it appears that our dearest nation itself is at stake...."

    al Qaeda has been driven out of Iraq, so to can they be driven out of Paki.G

    2. "The military operations in the Northern and Tribal Areas [should] be stopped forthwith, and an effort must be made to understand the causes of the insurgency there. Talks should be held with the leaders of those areas with open heart, and importance should be given to their just demands, which they deserve."

    Breaking fingers for smoking, no TV, no Radio, no music, no Internet, do you forget Afghanistan under the Taliban? G

    3. "Realize this reality: The Taliban are not in fact terrorists, and neither do all of them have extremist sentiments. There are among them elements with whom talks can reasonably be held."

    They have no intererity, they make false treatys, they are liars and thieves.G

    4. "The moderate ulemaa and elders in the Northern and Tribal Areas are not in favor of violence, but their voice is not effective among the provoked elements because the government is continuing anti-Islamic policies - in the face of which the appeals by moderate ulemaa and elders are ineffective...."

    Because Taliban kill them, Taliban has killed 108 tribal leaders so far. G

    5. "The people of the Baluchistan province have some real problems and demands, which to a great extent are based on justice. Launching military operations by declaring these demands to be anti-national is not farsighted. The insurgency there can be overcome by starting meaningful talks with [Baluch nationalist] leaders."

    6. "Recently some courageous statements have come from President [Pervez Musharraf] about the United States [i.e. that he will not allow military action inside Pakistan], which is what national pride requires. These statements have heartened the people. Instead of keeping these statements merely as words, there is a need to make them the basis of future practical policies."


    he scholars conclude their joint statement by saying that President Musharraf should rise above his personal considerations and take the initiative to unite the people of all schools of thought in the interest of national consensus. They add that the political leaders should overcome their differences to save the nation; that the independence of the judiciary be restored as per the requirements of the constitution in order to remove these problems after problems; and that Musharraf should resign for the sake of the nation and the ummah.

    Any madrassas run by the mullas below should be closed and banned for lying, and sleeping with Satan. G

    The signatories are: Maulana Muhammad Sarfraz Khan Safdar, Maulana Salimuddin Khan, Maulana Dr Abdur Razzaq Askandar, Maulana Mufti Muhammad Rafi Usmani, Maulana Mufti Muhammad Taqi Usmani, Maulana Dr Sher Ali Shah, Pir Muhammad Aminul Hasnat Shah, Allama Syed Azmat Ali Shah Hamdani, Maulana Hafiz Muhammad Salfi, Maulana Nayeemur Rahman, Maulana Ubaidullah, Maulana Abdur Rahman Ashrafi, Maulana Qari Hafeez Jalandhri, Maulana Anwarul Haq, Maulana Mehmood Ashraf, Maulana Mufti Abdur Rauf, Maulana Mufti Syed Abdul Quddus Tirmizi, Maulana Ghulamur Rahman, Maulana Mufti Azizur Rahman, Maulana Fazlur Rahim, Maulana Zahid Al-Rashdi, Maulana Fidaur Rahman Darkhwasti, Maulana Abdul Ghaffar, Maulana Qari Arshad Ubaid, Maulana Muhammad Akram Kashmiri, Maulana Muhammad Siddiq, Maulana Mufti Abdullah, Maulana Abdul Maalik, Maulana Mufti Muhammad Tyeb, Maulana Mufti Muhammad Zahid.

    In late January 2008, 30 prominent Islamic scholars and principals of madrassas in Pakistan issued a joint statement, published in Pakistan's newspapers, discussing the state of affairs in the country and suggesting ways to deal with it. The signatories, who belonged to different schools of Islamic thought and who control a vast network of madrassas, affirmed: "We do not belong to any political group; neither do we have any political agenda."

    More lies, speaking from the back of their black tongues.G


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    We seek Your protection against their evil, guide them towards what is Haq.

    FEAR ALLAH, And fear the Fitnah (affliction and trial, etc.) which affects not in particular (only) those of you who do wrong (but it may afflict all the good and the bad people), and know that Allah is severe in punishment."
    (The Noble Qur'an 8:24-25)

    "And fulfil the Covenant of Allah (Bai'ah: pledge for Islam) when you have
    covenanted, and break not the oaths after you have confirmed them - and indeed you have appointed Allah your surety. Verily, Allah knows what you do."
    (The Noble Qur'an 16:91)

    Allah said: [O Al-Kâfirûn (disbelievers in Allâh, in His Oneness, in His Angels,
    in His Books, in His Messengers, in the Day of Resurrection, and in Al-Qadar.)! I worship not that which you worship , Nor will you worship that which I worship And I shall not worship that which you are worshipping. Nor will you worship that which I worship. To you be your religion, and to me my religion (Islâmic Monotheism) ] al-Kafirun .

    Allah is great,

    Who is taking orders from al Qaeda? Taliban,

    Allah said : (Allah has promised, to those among you who believe and work
    righteous deeds, that He will, of a surety, grant them in the land, inheritance (of power), as He granted it to those before them; that He will establish in authority their religion -the one which He has chosen for them; and that He will change (their state), after the fear in which they (lived), to one of security and peace: 'They will worship Me (alone) and not associate aught with Me. 'If any do reject Faith after this, they are rebellious and wicked.) 55,AlNOOR.

    '' Honor, power and glory belong to Allah, to his messenger, and to the believers,
    but the extremist hypocrites know not. '' For, can a wolf ever guard a flock of
    sheep? Call the people towards Allah.

    Praise be to Allaah.


    Asking the Lord to accept. The overall objective of this bulletin : Brothers and sisters urged to publish this article to relatives and friends, and in the mosques, and every person standing on the Internet Through the printing and distribution of the bulletin, and read on boards and also through sent by e-mail and e-mail Different groups, and chat rooms. , and other ideas that have the positive impact

    Taliban leader behind Bhutto assassination

    Taliban's military plans

    The day, when the Pakistan is propping itself for an unanimous leader through general election, the Rawalpindi police came with the conclusion after wrapping up the investigation that Taliban commander Baitullah Mehsud had orchestrated the assassination of Benazir Bhutto.

    Additional Inspector General of Poli Chaudhary Abdul Majeed, who is investigating the Liaquat Bagh incident, said at a press conference that Meshud had conceived, funded and ordered the Pakistan People's Party Chairperson Benazir Bhutto's assassination.

    The name of these five suspects arrested by the joint investigation team is Sher Zaman, Aitzaz Shah, Hussnain Gul, Rafaqat and Abdul Rashid Turabi, who later confessed being facilitators of Bhutto's killing. Shah and Zaman were arrested from Dera Ismail Khan, while Gul and Rafaqat were apprehended in Rawalpindi.

    Abdul Majeed said the accused had disclosed that they got militant training at campus run by madrassas in Waziristan agency in FATA and Mansehra district of NWFP.
    Caught in their own black lies, may Allah paint their tongues black, as black as their hearts.G

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