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Silent Agents – the secret weapon

Ari Egozi The new silent agents of war. While some countries continue to develop very deadly weapons or even non-conventional ones, there are other countries developing silent agents, tools of deception that at the end of the day may result … Continue reading

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The Evolution of Extremism: Omar Bakri Muhammad and other Muslim Organisations in Britain

  04/02/2009 Dr. Tal Pavel  |  UK Affairs  Middle East Studies Information Abstract This article will examine the evolution of the extreme Islamic movements in Britain that were established and led by Omar Bakri Muhammad, being their spiritual leader, from the Hizb ut-Tahrir to the … Continue reading

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“67 BORDERS NOT DEFENSIBLE” – SAYS ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER NETANYAHU

"67 BORDERS NOT DEFENSIBLE" – SAYS ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER NETANYAHU.

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Egyptian Security Officials In Israel To Discuss Security, Diplomacy

Intelligence Report  The Tower has learned that just days before President Barack Obama arrives in Israel for discussions on sensitive regional issues, a high-ranking group of Egyptian army intelligence officers has made a quiet trip to Israel to meet counterparts.  … Continue reading

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Hacking For The Chinese Army Is A Competitive Job With Great Benefits

Intelligence Report Mandiant’s big report on Chinese hacking offers a fascinating look at one of the most secretive arms of the Chinese military.  The hacker military arm falls within China’s Signals Intelligence, or “SigInt,” and Computer Network Operations (CNO) division of the People’s … Continue reading

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Security Council Gives Green Light to Send Foreign Military Trainers to Mali

  Foreign Policy   The option of a military intervention against Tuareg rebels and Islamic militants groups in Mali’s northern territories seems more plausible. On Friday October 12, the UN Security Council agreed on a resolution that provides an open-ended … Continue reading

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Military Strike To Have” Devastating Impact” On Democracy In Iran

  A military strike against Iran’s nuclear facilities would have a devastating effect on those who dream of democracy in Iran, says a new study titled The Ayatollah’s Nuclear Gamble by Khosrow B. Semnani, published by the Hinckley Institute of … Continue reading

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