Monthly Archives: June 2012

Rise of the Maliki Regime

Rise of the Maliki Regime. Advertisements

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How will Turkey respond?

Although Damascus declared the warplane had been flying over Syrian territorial waters, it was then revealed that the Turkish jet was shot down in international airspace. Turkey has now initiated a comprehensive diplomatic effort abroad, including a presentation before the … Continue reading

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Is USA supporting Extremism

The uprising in Syria is significant for Saudi Arabia, a country eager to weaken Iran. For this reason, Saudi Arabia, as well as Qatar, took leading roles in shaping the political and military aspects of this crisis. The Gulf States’ … Continue reading

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Widespread Abuse of Human Rights

Former President Jimmy Carter has joined civil libertarians in denouncing President Barack Obama for his “widespread abuse of human rights” by authorizing drone strikes to kill suspected terrorists. Obama has continued the drones strikes despite the public demand of Pakistan … Continue reading

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Google And The Somali Pirates

Originally posted on Arcana Intellego:
System Overview from US Coast Guard (Photo credit: Wikipedia) June 17, 2012: An official from Google recently announced at a defense technology conference that his firm would soon roll out a feature that would allow…

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Jabha al-Nusra a New Jihadi Group in Syria

Announced a couple of days ago, as an important and urgent message without providing further information, users already ‘hoped’ a new jihadi group would be announced. Their hopes are being held up high, as of today Syria ‘officially’ has a … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Arcana Intellego:
Yemen division 2011-10-23 (Photo credit: Wikipedia) By Katherine Zimmerman   March 19, 2012 Introduction American strategy against al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) in Yemen relies on local Yemeni forces to defeat terrorists and the…

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FAREWELL, FIRST AMENDMENT?

Originally posted on Pandaemonium:
in 2004, Tarek Mehanna traveled from America to Yemen with a friend. He claims he was searching out schools at which to study classical Islamic law. The US government insists that he was looking for a jihadi training…

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The Revolution in Egypt: Turning Point?

David Schenker Director, Program on Arab Politics, The Washington Institute for Near East Policy Testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on International Relations, Subcommittee on the Middle East and South Asia June 20, 2012 The uprising that toppled … Continue reading

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Failure of Jihad In Saudi Arabia

Failure of Jihad In Saudi Arabia.

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