Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Disappearing Frontiers of US Homeland Security: Mapping the Transit of Security across the US and Israel

In the wake of the 1995 Israeli bombing of the UN refugee camp at Qana in Lebanon, a videotape of the massacre was distributed across global media. The African American poet June Jordan, who had participated in US-based Palestine solidarity … Continue reading

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Joint Chiefs Chairman: ‘Arab Spring’ Brought “New Norm of Instability”

A surprising exchange on Feb 3, Meet the Press yesterday with guests departing Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta and Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey. Chuck Todd asked the Joint Chiefs Chairman if there were any lessons learned from the Benghazi debacle, … Continue reading

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Saudi Arabia: Man is selling his castrated black African slave on Facebook

Saudi Arabia: Man is selling his castrated black African slave on Facebook.

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Saudi Arabia: Man is selling his castrated black African slave on Facebook

The black slave trade is alive and well in Saudi Arabia, a place where one can still visit the seventh century, and not be in a museum. BNI has posted several stories about the ongoing African slave trade in Arab … Continue reading

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Saudi Arabia: Man is selling his castrated black African slave on Facebook

The black slave trade is alive and well in Saudi Arabia, a place where one can still visit the seventh century, and not be in a museum. BNI has posted several stories about the ongoing African slave trade in Arab … Continue reading

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Islamic regime fears poisonous clouds could hit cities

Radiation is leaking from Iran’s nuclear facility at Fordow, which suffered devastating explosions on Jan. 21, WND has learned, and the regime has ordered millions of antidote iodine pills from Russia and Ukraine amid fears the radioactivity will spread. Many … Continue reading

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The importance of Fayaz Kagzi

Intelligence Report The process to seek the extradition of Fayaz Kagzi from Saudi Arabia has gained importance in the wake of the Hyderabad blasts. This man who is wanted by the Indian agencies in connection with the Aurangabad arms haul … Continue reading

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Cybersecurity Strategy of the European Union – the proposal

SecurityAffairs Last week the European Commission and Catherine Ashton, the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, have submitted to the Council and the European Parliament a draft of “Cybersecurity Strategy of the European Union” … Continue reading

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AKP Government Can’t Find Domestic Support for Syrian Policy

Author: Kadri Gursel Translated by: Timur Goksel In Turkey, it has been widely assumed that the new Turkish foreign policy managed by Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has been a major source of popularity and support for the AKP rule and … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Vicky Nanjappa:
The Indian Mujahideen which has been suspected of carrying out the Hyderabad blasts was looking to set up an outfit known as the Deccan Mujahideen, according to officials in the National Investigating Agency. During the…

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