Archive for the 'Syria' Category

Feb 19 2008

About That Nuclear Plant In Syria

Some news broke yesterday that did not seem to cause the ripple of concern it should have. It follows the news that the assassinated Hezbollah terrorist was in meetings with Syrian, Iranian and Islamic Jihad representatives to plan for attacks on neighboring Arab countries – one of which could easily be Iraq and US forces […]

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Feb 18 2008

The Battle For Islam Rages

It is clear that al-Qaeda’s pummeling over the last few years since 9-11 has shown that organization to be mostly hot air with the ability to blow up innocent people, but not topple governments. It failed in Iraq and Lebanon, and is failing in Afghanistan. Pakistan is one place I would hesitate to say is […]

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Feb 16 2008

Now Is Not The Time For Dems To Blind America

The FISA wars have become surreal as paranoid and delusional liberals panic about non-existent risks to civil liberties (all surveillance activities are reviewed by many organizations and the courts to ensure there is no abuse). Their made-for-TV juvenile fears of being listened in on have caused them to demand all surveillance, even that surveillance focused […]

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Feb 15 2008

Assassinated Hezbollah Terrorist Was Planning Large Terrorist Attack, Are Democrats Risking The Lives Of Our Military?

There are reports that the Hezbollah terrorist recently assassinated in Damascus was in the stages of planning a huge attack against other Arab states, probably with the assistance of the Iranians: A Kuwaiti newspaper reports that Hizbullah terrorist chief Imad Mughniyeh, who was killed in a car-bomb attack in Damascus on Tuesday, was in the […]

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Feb 13 2008

Another Deadly Terrorist Sent To Meet Allah

The world is a slightly better place today with word that another deadly terrorist has been killed: A Hezbollah commander suspected in some of the deadliest terrorist attacks of the last 25 years and a reputed role model for Osama bin Laden has been killed in Syria, Hezbollah TV said Wednesday. Imad Mughniyeh died in […]

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Dec 09 2007

NIE Defenders An Interesting Lot

While the latest NIE on Iran tries to come to determine the motivation and goals of Iran, Americans are trying to discern the same about authors of the NIE. We know some of them were very much against the Bush policy and were hang overs from the pre 9-11 days under Clinton, when a lot […]

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Dec 08 2007

No One Is Buying The-Staged-For-Media NIE, Restructure Our Intelligence Community

Most people are now well aware of the games the left is playing to stage media events like the NIE on Iran’s nuclear threat. The news is all about the first sentence (they stopped their weapons design program in 2003) as if Americans don’t go on to read the rest of it (they had a […]

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Dec 06 2007

War On Terror Update 12/06/07

Some stories folks might find interesting which probably won’t make the national news media (their too busy dealing with a Mormon Presidential candidate discussing religion in America to focus on our ongoing war efforts). First up we are getting great news from Pakistan on the efforts to purge that country of the Ilsamo Fascist waging […]

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Dec 06 2007

Cold War Myopia On Iranian Nukes

Addendum: I want to put this snippet from the recent NY Times piece at the top because it underlines what my points have been over the last few days. The post below outlines why we are right to question this sudden change in view on Iran. But my other recurring point is this NIE was […]

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Dec 02 2007

Syrian Nuclear Bomb Factory Destroyed By Israel

An Israeli nuclear scientist is making some sound points regarding the Syrian target Israel apparently took out a few months ago: ISRAEL’S top-secret air raid on Syria in September destroyed a bomb factory assembling warheads fuelled by North Korean plutonium, a leading Israeli nuclear expert has told The Sunday Times. Professor Uzi Even of Tel […]

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