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US Terrorize The World – 24 Safar 1428 H (14.3.07)

Posted by musliminsuffer on March 14, 2007

In the Name of Allah, the Compassionate, the Merciful

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The Iraqi “Government” has arrested the woman raped by three Iraqi policemen

Remembered Sabrine Janabi’s Case : This Woman arrested over police rape claims

The Iraqi Government has arrested a woman who alleged last month that she was raped by three Iraqi policemen, claims that provoked a spate of sectarian killing, two Iraqi officials told The Times.

Sabrine Janabi’s rape case has polarised Iraq’s Sunni and Shia communities at a moment when the country is already enmeshed in a low-level civil war. Shia officials have accused her of being a proxy for Sunni militants who want to sabotage a security plan for Baghdad, while Sunni politicians have pointed to her story as proof of the sectarian nature of Shia Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki’s Government.

Rape is a taboo subject in Arab culture and the news of Janabi’s rape sparked anger in the Sunni community.

In turn, the Government accused Janabi of being paid by insurgents to make her claims. An arrest warrant was issued and Janabi then vanished from the scene.


Naked, drunk, surrounded by sex toys – it’s the Israeli ambassador

As an Israeli ambassador, Tsuriel Raphael was accomplished at putting a gloss on delicate subjects, be it Tel Aviv’s nuclear programme, the treatment of Palestinians or the invasion of Lebanon.

When San Salvador police discovered him in his official embassy residence yard in the capital San Salvador, however, smooth talk was not really an option. For starters there was the gag and the rubber ball in his mouth. There was also the matter of being drunk. And naked. And bound. And surrounded by sex toys.

Once he was untied and the gag and ball were removed Mr Raphael identified himself as the ambassador but for perhaps the first time in his diplomatic career, this was a crisis he could not explain away.,,2032492,00.html?gusrc=rss&feed=12



Power Downs in the week before 9/11: (sub-clip) opportunity to plant explosives?


9/11 – Suspicious Evacuations and PowerDowns prior to 9/11


9/11 : Anthrax attack on US Congress made by scientists and covered up by FBI, expert says

The terrorists who perpetrated the 2001 anthrax attack on Congress likely were US government scientists at the army’s Ft. Detrick, MD., bioterrorism lab having access to “moonsuits” that enabled them to safely process and manufacture super-weapons-grade anthrax, an eminent authority on the subject says.


60 years of faulty logic : Dictatorship

03/12/07 “The Boston Globe” — – BOSTON: Sixty years ago Monday, Harry Truman went before a joint session of Congress to announce what became known as the Truman Doctrine. “At the present moment in world history, nearly every nation must choose between alternative ways of life.” With that, an era of bipolarity was inaugurated, dividing the world between forces of good and evil.

The speech amounted, as one of Truman’s advisers characterized it, to a declaration of religious war. In the transcendent struggle between Moscow and Washington, “nonalignment” was not an option. Truman declared that the United States would actively support “free” people anywhere who were resisting either internal or external threats to that freedom. The “free world” was born, but so, eventually, were disastrous wars in Korea and Vietnam.

The occasion of Truman’s pronouncement was his decision to militarily support one side in the civil war in Greece, and with that, the deadly precedent of American intervention in foreign civil wars was set. Fear of Communism became a driving force of politics and a justification for vast military expenditures.

Nine days after announcing the Truman Doctrine, the president issued an executive order mandating loyalty oaths and security checks for federal employees, the start of the domestic red scare. The “paranoid style” of American life, in Richard Hofstadter’s phrase, was set.


Iraq War: Puppet Masters of Washington

I had a good laugh while reading Haaretz headline, according to which Israeli FM Tzipi Livni says: “U.S. must stand firm on Iraq”.

It made me wonder what so funny, until I realized that at a time I had used almost the very same words while training my brother’s dog: “No, Sparky, STAY!”


War Criminal : British judge says headquarters okayed Iraq abuse

BULLFORD, England, March 12 (Reuters) – A judge said on Monday the reason he had ordered charges dropped against the most senior British officer to be tried for prisoner abuse in Iraq was because headquarters had approved some of the abuses.

The British military has denied that its commanders approved abusing prisoners.

But a witness, Major Anthony Royce, testified during a court martial of seven other soldiers over the death of an Iraqi hotel receptionist that some abuse was approved by higher-ups at British brigade headquarters.

Three weeks ago Judge Stuart McKinnon ordered cases dropped against five of the soldiers, including the former commander of the Queen’s Lancashire Regiment Lieutenant Colonel Jorge Mendonca. They were part of a group charged with prisoner abuse that led to the death of one inmate in custody in 2003.


House oversight chairman wants Rice to answer Niger uranium lies

Washington, D.C. – The new chairman of a House investigative committee is demanding answers to questions he put to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice nearly four years ago about President Bush’s assertion that Iraq once sought uranium from Africa.

The new chairman of a House investigative committee is demanding answers to questions he put to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice nearly four years ago about President Bush’s assertion that Iraq once sought uranium from Africa.

In a letter released Monday, Rep. Henry Waxman said Rice responded to only five of 16 letters about the issue when he was the committee’s ranking Democrat — only those that had been co-signed by congressional Republicans.

“I am now renewing my request as the chairman of the chief oversight committee in the U.S. House of Representatives,” he wrote.

The uranium claim, which Bush made in his 2003 State of the Union address, was a key element in the administration’s case for the invasion of Iraq. Rice was President Bush’s national security adviser at the time.


Waxman to Rice: Answer 11 ignored letters on Iraq claims

The Chairman of the House’s Oversight and Government Reform Committee today demanded that Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice respond to 11 outstanding requests for information sent by his office since 2003. The letters primarily concerned claims, later proved erroneous, on the threat posed to the United States by Saddam Hussein’s government in the run up to the Iraq War.

Rep. Henry Waxman (D-CA) warned Dr. Rice that a failure to respond to his committee’s inquiries would undermine Constitutional governance.

“Refusing to allow officials to testify before Congress…or ignoring congressional requests for information, as you apparently ignored my inquiries, are not consistent with our constitutional system of government,” said the Committee’s Chairman in a letter released today.


`US acted like witch hunter in making case for war on Iraq`- Hanz Blix

London, March 12: Former UN chief weapons inspector Hans Blix has said that the US administration acted like a witch hunter while making out a case to attack Iraq and the British Government replaced “question marks with exclamation marks” in intelligence dossiers.

“They wanted to see anything as evidence that the Iraqis had weapons of mass destruction,” Blix said in an interview broadcast by Britain’s Sky News today.

Tony Blair’s government published a dossier before the invasion which claimed Saddam Hussein had stockpiles of chemical and biological weapons and could deploy some within 45 minutes.

“I do think they exercised spin. They put exclamation marks instead of question marks,” Blix said.

No weapons of mass destruction were found after the war, according to Lord Butler’s 2004 official inquiry into intelligence on Iraq.


Blix: Britain Embellished Iraq Dossiers

The British government embellished intelligence used to justify the decision to invade Iraq in 2003, the former U.N. chief weapons inspector said in an interview broadcast Monday.,,-6474211,00.html


Confessions of a Torturer: The story of U.S. Army interrogator Tony Lagouranis

“They were talking about using sexual humiliation on these guys, or certain stress positions they had used, or in Afghanistan they would make the guy sit in the snow naked for long periods of time. They said that the detainees that they had were not covered by the Geneva Conventions, which I continued to hear in Iraq too.”

He arrived in Iraq in January 2004 and was stationed at Abu Ghraib, landing there ten days after Specialist Joseph Darby delivered the now infamous photographs of prisoner abuse to army investigators. “When we got there we didn’t know what had happened, but the army knew, and they were making sure that things were cleaned up at Abu Ghraib.”

“You might think this is not a good defense either, but the things that I did weren’t really that horrible. I mean, I saw some really horrible torture. And I’m sure like every torturer would say this­‘Other people are doing worse things.’


The (US) Army is ordering injured troops to go to Iraq

At Fort Benning, soldiers who were classified as medically unfit to fight are now being sent to war. Is this an isolated incident or a trend?

Last week, I wrote about the ABC report on the number of injured, wounded, traumatized US soldiers returning from Iraq.

It was a dismal report, to be sure, but hey – you voted for the bastard and his clique, bite your tongues.

In any case, it just gets worse and worse.


U.S. soldier goes on trial for murder

The question at the heart of U.S. Staff Sgt. Ray Girouard’s murder trial is this: Who ordered the killing of three Iraqi captives?


Iraqi Resistance Report for events of Monday, 12 March 2007

  • Americans take over Education Building in ar-Rutbah, Sunday.
  • American troops kill man, two children in their car in Baghdad’s al-A‘zamiyah.
  • British headquarters in al-Basrah bombarded early Monday morning.
  • Resistance car bomber attacks checkpoint manned by puppet police near ar-Ramadi Monday night.
  • Resistance bombards puppet police station in al-Baghdadi Monday morning.
  • Resistance blasts US base in as-Saqlawiyah Sunday.
  • Resistance bombards US position in al-Fallujah Sunday.
  • Puppet “Shock Troop” and Jaysh al-Mahdi commander abducted, killed in Baghdad Sunday.
  • Puppet forces arrest 10 residents of al-‘Azim in routine roundup of “suspects.”
  • British headquarters in al-Basrah bombarded early Monday morning.


When Does Opposition to Israel and Zionism Indicate Anti-Semitism?

Apparently, when you depict Israeli bulldozers destroying Palestinian schools, then you should know that you are anti-Semitic monster. The latest Zionist fart slammed NBC for what they call an ‘anti-Semitic’ TV show. Law and Order: Criminal Intent, a fictional police drama broadcast across America on NBC, centers on a journalist who is poisoned after his girlfriend uncovers a foul-up by Israeli intelligence.

The show depicts Israeli bulldozers destroying Palestinian schools, with at least one character referring to “Israeli brutality.”


Egypt: Killing of 1967 POWs a war crime

Suleiman Awwad, a spokesman for Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said on Tuesday that Israel committed a war crime during the Six Day War following allegations that an Israeli unit killed Egyptian POWs.,7340,L-3376158,00.html


Taleban roadside bomb kills ten policemen in Afghanistan

A roadside bomb detonated by Taleban fighters killed ten Afghan policemen in the western province of Farah on Monday, a security official said.


Study: Thousands Of Veterans Return With Mental Illness

Nearly a third of veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan who received care from Veterans Affairs between 2001 and 2005 were diagnosed with mental health or psychosocial ills, a new study concludes.


One-quarter of Iraq, Afghanistan veterans filing injury claims

More than a quarter of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans have filed injury claims with the government, according to an internal Department of Veterans Affairs report.


Your country needs you… but not you: Soldiers’ mother faces deportation

Five years after supporting her son during a perilous tour of Iraq, Mrs Bowman and her 15-year-old daughter, who is preparing for GCSEs, face being deported tomorrow – further victims of a Home Office that places its removal targets ahead of the role in British life played by those it is deporting.


Gonzales Lied To Congress Under Oath – Dictatorship

Gonzales Lied Under Oath, Said All Bush-Appointed Attorneys Would Be ‘Senate-Confirmed’

A little-noticed provision slipped into the Patriot Act in 2005 allows the President to appoint “interim” U.S. attorneys for an indefinite period of time, without Senate confirmation. On Jan. 18, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales assured the Senate Judiciary Committee that the administration never intended to take advantage of it


Giuliani tied to pedophilia

Rudy Giuliani – What gets covered regarding morals?

This is about a story that for some crack-pot reason is not getting written up by the national media, even though if you do just a mite of googleing, you’ll discover that the Right Wing has long had the story, but gotten no traction on it. To read all the bloody details, what you do is google the two names, Alan Placa and Rudy Giuliani, and you can read about it for hours, should you have a taste for Priestly Pedophilia and the investigations of recent years thereof. I’ll sketch an outline of the story here.


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