Monthly Archives: February 2018

The Exoneration: “Al – Zawahiri’s Book full of lies, calumnies, jurisprudential fallacies, and indirections”- Dr. FadI Sayed Imam Abdulaziz al-Sharif

Commenting further on the behaviour of the Arab  Mujahedeen in Afghanistan, Dr Fadl said: “. There is nothing in Islam which condones kidnapping or theft as a way to finance Jihad.” Continue reading

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CELL 180: N.KOREA CYBER EYE…

Never before has a nation-state attempted billion-dollar bank heists like North Korea is now accused of masterminding. The goal, experts say, is funding the nuclear weapons that act as a morbid guarantee of the regime’s survival. via CELL 180: N.KOREA CYBER EYE… … Continue reading

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CELL 180: N.KOREA CYBER EYE…

North Korea’s Unit 180, the cyber warfare cell that worries the West Continue reading

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ONCE UPON A TIME…AN “ISIS” DEFECTOR

According to An “ISIS” defector Iran has not simply tolerated the traffic of jihadists and arms across its borders; it actively abetted it. “ISIS has an interest in not attacking Iranian interests so that it can obtain explosives for use in its operations. Continue reading

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“The Lebanese Rocket Society”

The adventure began in the early 1960s, when a group of students from Haigazian University in Beirut, led by their mathematics professor Manoug Manougian, designed and launched rockets into the Lebanese sky. They produced the first rocket in the region. While the United States was preparing to send its first Apollo rocket into space, while the USSR was on the verge of launching the first manned spaceflight, Manougian and his students began their research on rocket propulsion. A crazy challenge for a tiny country!
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……….AND THE WINNER KILLS THEM ALL

The United States, Russia and the United Kingdom are reducing their warhead inventories, but the pace of reduction is slowing compared with the past 25 years. France and Israel have relatively stable inventories, while China, Pakistan, India and North Korea are increasing their warhead inventories. … Continue reading

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……….AND THE WINNER KILLS THEM ALL

The exact number of nuclear weapons in each country’s possession is a closely held national secret. Despite this limitation, however, publicly available information, careful analysis of historical records, and occasional leaks make it possible to make best estimates about the size and composition of the national nuclear weapon stockpiles: Continue reading

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State of Union: “Trumka says Trump has Actively Hurt Workers”

“One day after President Trump spews his vision for moving America even further away from being the global leaders confronting climate change we know we can and must be, movement leaders will share stories on the urgency of the current … Continue reading

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State of Union: “Trumka says Trump has Actively Hurt Workers”

“One day after President Trump spews his vision for moving America even further away from being the global leaders confronting climate change we know we can and must be, movement leaders will share stories on the urgency of the current political and climate crises and light our path ahead: Resist the Trump administration’s ongoing attacks on our climate, build power toward the 2018 and 2020 elections, and secure the lasting change we need through local action,” the Sanders-led group said.
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AUSTRALIA DAR 2016-2017

All Defence personnel are required to undertake annual workplace behaviour training, which includes information about expected behaviours and guidance on making and managing complaints. In 2016–17, 668 complaints of unacceptable behaviour were recorded in the Defence complaints management, tracking and … Continue reading

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