Thursday, August 30, 2007


Yes! Withdraw our troops in Iraq to Okinawa!
What a blathering idiot Democrat Congressman
The only "ex-marine" (no such thing otherwise) libels and slanders Marines. Now being sued for his vicious attack on some of our best fighters. Definitely should resign from or be kicked out of Congress for his bloated "pork" legislation siphoning off money from serious projects for self-serving, frivolous ones. Threating his colleagues if they try to prevent or oppose his piggish behavior.


Alan note: sometimes, like the past few days, work pressures or investigative activity, has prevented regular posting of articles, even some which were partly ready. I have tried to post the Daily Anti-Terror News Briefs despite the time restrictions, so if nothing else you are kept abreast of events related to terrorism. Other than downloading the related gruesome photos and placing them into the appropriate sections, the horrifying Indonesian Islamic 'regression' in their society and continued murder of Chinese ethnic Indonesians (mostly Chrisitians), a mind boggling realization, is about to be posted in the next couple of days. This article graphically underlines and confirms that fundemental Islam is NOT a religion of peace BUT OF BODY PIECES! See for yourselves. The photos are not altered in any way and mostly come from official Indonesian sources. The difference of what you will see and what happens in Iran is that within the Islamic Regime of the Iran Mullahs it is a 100 times worse but does not reach the streets and an ability for the press to photograph it. Far more murders and tortures and unbelievable physical abuse take place in the shadows of some 100 UNOFFICIAL secret prisons into which people disappear as often as not never to reappear - in addition to the hell holes like Evin prison and other formal Mullah dungeons. In the meantime, check out the FBI News headings of the week and view the Terror News page. A new video (on the Videos page) of a contortionist might interest you as much as it intreagued me. On the Iran front a lot is going on behind the scenes at the moment but not for public disclosure. Washington D.C.FBI National Press Office (202) 324-3691 FBI’S TOP TEN NEWS STORIES FOR THE WEEK ENDING 8/24 1. San Antonio: U.S. Army Major, Wife, Sister Indicted in Procurement Fraud Major John Cockerham, Jr., his wife, Melissa Cockerham, and his sister, Carolyn Blake, were indicted on bribery, money laundering, obstruction charges, and conspiracy to defraud the U.S. government arising out of the major’s service as an army contracting officer in Kuwait. Cockerham allegedly guaranteed that a contractor would receive a contract in return for the payment of money. Cockerham and others accepted $9.6 million in bribe payments on Cockerham’s behalf through bid-rigging schemes. 2. Detroit: Man Sentenced for Civil Rights Violation Michail Aronov was sentenced to 90 months in prison and over $1 million in restitution for his role as one of the ringleaders in a conspiracy to force Eastern European women to work as exotic dancers in strip clubs. Aronov was convicted for conspiring to violate the civil rights of the dancers through involuntary servitude, as well as immigration and money laundering conspiracies. 3. New York: Guilty Pleas in Oil-for-Food Case David B. Chalmers and two corporations that he operated pleaded guilty to participating in a conspiracy to commit wire fraud related to the payment of secret illegal surcharges to the former Government of Iraq in connection with the purchase of crude oil in the UN Oil-for-Food Program. Ludmil Dionissiev, who helped facilitate the export of the oil, pleaded guilty to smuggling charges. Chalmers faces a maximum sentence of 20 years imprisonment as well as millions of dollars in fines and restitution. 4. New Orleans: Former Head of Film Commission Charged With Bribery While serving as Director of the Louisiana Film Commission, Mark S. Smith approved fraudulently inflated movie budgets submitted by a film production company in order for the film company to receive state credits. Smith, in return, accepted cash bribes. Smith was charged with Conspiracy and Bribery in Connection with a Program Receiving Federal Funds. 5. San Juan: Individual Arrested for Destruction of Energy Facility Angel Colon-Vargas was arrested in Seattle, Washington by FBI Agents for destroying an electrical tower owned by the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority. The tower collapsed as a result of the removal of aluminum beams which supported the corner beams of the tower. A short time afterwards, Colon-Vargas traveled to Seattle to live with relatives. 6. Portland: Seattle Attorney Found Guilty in Online Child Sexual Exploitation Case Seattle attorney, William Brook Knowles, was found guilty of “Enticement and Coercion of a Minor” and “Travel with Intent to Engage in Illicit Sexual Conduct with a Minor” as a result of Project Safe Childhood, a nationwide initiative designed to protect children from online predators. The defendant entered an AOL chat room and began corresponding with an undercover FBI Agent posing as a 14-year-old girl. 7. New York: Textron Inc. Agrees to Pay Fine in Connection With Payment of Kickbacks by Its Subsidiaries Textron Inc. has acknowledged responsibility for the actions of several of its French subsidiaries which paid kickbacks between 2000 and 2003 to the Iraqi government in order to obtain contracts with the Iraqi ministries. Textron Inc. has agreed to pay a fine in the amount of $1.15 million as part of the Department of Justice’s ongoing investigation into the UN “Oil for Food” Program. 8. New Haven: Guilty Plea in Internet “Phishing” Scheme Michael Dolan pleaded guilty to participating in an elaborate “phishing” scheme that targeted and victimized AOL subscribers. Through the “phishing” schemes, the AOL subscribers unknowingly would submit their personal information - name, social security number, and other information – to Dolan which he then used to make online purchases and to produce counterfeit debit cards. 9. Columbia: Indictment in Sex Trafficking Case Three Mexican nationals were indicted for conspiring to bring Mexican women, at least one of which was 14 years old, into South Carolina for the purpose of engaging in commercial sex. The indictment also charges them with various immigration violations including harboring of illegal aliens. The Attorney General has made the prosecution of human trafficking crimes a top priority. 10. Buffalo: Sting Snags Heroin Network The Safe Street Task Force executed 18 federal arrest warrants and 9 federal search warrants culminating a two-year investigation into illegal drug trafficking and related crimes. This investigation centered around the “Pedro Antonetty Crew,” operating on the west side of Buffalo. Members of this distribution criminal enterprise sold large quantities of heroin in Western New York and have been involved in acts of violence. Check this website for full stories:

Sunday, August 26, 2007


Jimmy Carter Parades the World's 10 Worst Dictators Parade Magazine released its Annual List of the World's 10 Worst Dictators. A quick glance at this list brings up images of Jimmy Carter traversing the globe, leaving his little footprints all over millions of oppressed, starving and murdered innocents. Many of these dictators listed in Parade Magazine today owe Jimmy a big thanks and a little kiss, for his efforts in their success. For without Jimmy's help, only God knows if these brutal men would be residing in the same place of comfort as they are today.As you read this remember that Nobel Peace Prize Winner Jimmy Carter has never shown remorse, taken responsibility or even acknowledged that his shortsighted simple-minded policies led to these horrors. #1 Omar al-Bashar of Sudan, has used Jimmy Carter to help him with several agreements between Sudan and its neighbors including Egypt and Uganda. But, al-Bashar is no gentleman, and Darfur is his second genocide: Al-Bashir is a graduate of the 'Idi Amin School of Dictators'. Darfur would be Sudanese President Lt. General Omar Hassan al Bashir's second genocidal campaign against his countrymen. He waged the first against the Christian and animist people of south and central Sudan, with most of the deaths occurring over a decade beginning in the early '90s and 2002. As Elie Wiesel wrote about the south, it was "genocide in slow motion." Over two million eventually perished and five million more were displaced before peace protocols — brokered largely through heroic efforts of the Bush administration — were signed last month.At #2, Kim Jung Il of North Korea can thank Jimmy Carter for brokering the nuclear arms agreement in 1994 that helped this madman acquire nuclear weapons: Just days after it was announced that Carter had won the Peace Prize, North Korea announced that it had atomic weapons and some "worse stuff." Carter, the so-called "peacemaker," had been instrumental in the early '90s in "mediating" U.S.-Korean relations, an effort that led to Clinton policies that actually helped North Korea build and acquire these weapons.#3 Than Shwe, Burma (Myanmar). Jimmy Carter called jailed fellow Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi a "heroic woman" in a 2003 speech. Aung San Suu Kyi is the only Nobel Peace Laureate yet to claim her prize in Norway. (Unable to). Jimmy Carter invited Dictator #4 Robert Mugabe to the White House in 1980 (from Bleeding Hearts, Bloody Hands): Rhodesia held free elections in which black moderate Bishop Abel Muzorewa was elected to the post of Prime Minister. However, the world press (and Jimmy Carter) declared the elections null and void because the two terrorist groups, ZAPU (Zimbabwe African People's Union) and ZANU (Zimbabwe African Nationalist Union), were not invited to participate. A continuation of sanctions eventually forced another election, overseen by international collectivists. To nobody's surprise, the more powerful of the two terrorist leaders, Robert Mugabe, edged out rival Joshua Nkomo for the top slot, in balloting which was described as "one gun, one vote." This was heralded by the world press as the gate to a new era, as Cecil Rhodes' name was dropped. During the 1980s, the saying was that "One used to go to Rhodesia to see the ruins of Zimbabwe. Now it's the other way around." American President Jimmy Carter hosted Mugabe at the White House in 1980, proclaiming that he had watched happily as Mugabe emerged victorious, adding that he was going to use similar tactics in his own reelection campaign! #5 Islam Karimov, Uzbekistan. Jimmy Carter compares the US to Uzbekistan: Carter said many countries (including Uzbekistan), including the United States, are using the campaign against terrorism as an excuse to restrict freedoms and silence human rights activists. Dictator #6 Hu Jintao, of China, the most murderous regime in the history of mankind owes a special thanks to Jimmy Carter: On December 15, 1978, Carter terminated our relations with Taiwan and recognized Communist China, the most murderous regime in the history of the planet. He did this after Congress had adjourned for Christmas. The Senate, earlier that year, had voted 94-0 on a resolution that it should be consulted before any change in the treaty with Taiwan. Red China would proceed to benefit from a massive transfer of US credit and technology, a process that would reach an orgasmic climax during the Clinton Administration. Carter would remain silent in the face of the genocide performed by the Cambodian Marxist Pol Pot. So much for Carter as the champion of "human rights."And, this from Jimmy Carter himself: I had a very close friendship with China, particularly then, because I had normalized diplomatic relations with China, and they shared a lot of their information [and] advice with me. #7 King Abdullah, Saudi Arabia After the Gulf War, Saudi Arabia was mad at Arafat, because the PLO chief had sided with Saddam Hussein. So Arafat asked Carter to fly to Riyadh to smooth things over with the princes and restore Saudi funding to him — which Carter did.#8 Saparmurat Niyazov, Turkmenistan Hmm. No Jimmy link?Only because of Jimmy Carter's leadership did Dictator #9 Seyed Ali Khamane’i, from Iran make the list: Jimmy Carter, upon taking office in 1977, declared that advancing “human rights” was among his highest priorities. Because America’s ally the Shah of Iran was torturing approximately 3,000 prisoners (many of them agents for Iran’s bordering neighbor the Soviet Union), Mr. Carter ostentatiously withdrew U.S. support from the Shah. Mr. Carter ordered the Central Intelligence Agency to stop paying $4 million per year in bribes to the religious Mullahs to tone down their rhetoric. Many of these Muslim leaders disliked the Shah not because he was dictatorial but because the Shah was secular, pro-Western, and expanding the rights and equality of women. Because Mr. Carter withdrew U.S. support and unleashed Mullah fury, the Shah was toppled. Did this liberate the 3,000 political prisoners? No. The new theocratic dictatorship of the Ayatollah Khomeini put many of these “godless Communists” up against walls alongside more than 20,000 pro-Western Iranians and liquidated them all by firing squads. Women were sent back into servitude. Citizens were arrested merely for owning satellite dishes that could tune to Western programs. And, of course, American diplomats were taken hostage. #10 is Teodoro Obiang Nguema, from Equatorial Guinea, a country of 500,000 people that Jimmy has left untouched. This year Fidel Castro landed at #15. Jimmy made a trip to the island paradise in 2002 to rub elbows with Fidel. Jimmy Carter indicated that he believed communist dictator Fidel Castro, not his own country (America) about Havana's bioterror threat.During a visit Carter and Castro made to Cuba's Center of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, scientists denied they exported technology that could be used to make weapons of mass destruction. Carter sounded apologetic even for questioning his hosts – and swallowed their claims without one shred of evidence. "I just want to assure myself," said the Georgia Democrat, Castro's favorite of the 10 U.S. presidents he has dealt with during his four-decade-plus dictatorship. Here's a close personal friend of Jimmy Carter, Meles Zenawi, from Ethiopia showing up in slot #18 (Jimmy had a little run in with a few dozen angry Ethiopian protesters in a parking lot in Minnesota in November while he was pushing his morals book and bashing President Bush.) Jimmy Carter just rubberstamped the election results in May in favor of the dictator Meles since then, Meles has been on a shooting spree, spraying down protesters in June, November, and yesterday at a Christian Holiday celebration. Although overlooked this year make sure you check out next year's list for Jimmy's close personal friend Hugo Chavez to make a big jump up in the ranks.


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Major Changes Anticipated in Iraq, Begging Question of How Iran and Syria Will Respond Analysis. From GIS Station Baghdad. The Iraqi Government of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki seems less than likely to survive through September 2007. The US Bush Administration appears to have now openly given its blessing to the removal, by one means or another of the now almost-totally pro-Tehran Maliki Administration. GIS/Defense & Foreign Affairs reported on July 31, 2007, that a military coup by the independent (ie: not Maliki-controlled) Iraqi Special Forces was possible in September 2007. But other “mechanisms” are also known to be under consideration by Iraqi nationalists. What is more, Prime Minister Maliki is aware of the threat, and is maneuvering — in close coordination with Tehran and Damascus — to stave off the threats. See Defense & Foreign Affairs Special Analysis, July 31, 2007: Moving Toward a Confluence of Disruptive Events in the Middle East. What is significant has been the transformation in the Iraqi polity over the past year. Sectarian insurgency and terrorism, with Shi’a and Sunni groups (including al-Qaida Iraq: AQI) sponsored covertly and sometimes indirectly by Iran and Syria, certainly escalated the violence against Coalition forces and Iraqi targets. But it also has induced a nationalist backlash, to the point where even Moqtada al-Sadr has begun attempts to “work with” the US forces in a bid to maintain his organization — the so-called Mahdi Army — which, Iraqi sources confirm, is more criminally-based than ideologically-based, despite having received considerable political, financial, and logistical impetus from Iran. Iraqi villagers are, by and large, beginning to resist insurgent groups, whether Shi’a or Sunni. And Iraqi sources are increasingly saying that AQI is “finished”, partly as a result of the “surge” of additional US forces under Gen. David Petraeus, the commander of the Multi-National Force - Iraq (MNF-I), and partly because Iraqis — even Shi’as — are generally seeking a more nationalist line in reaction to perceived pressures from “the Persians”. By August 24, 2007, there were open discussions on Iraqi radio stations about the imminence of a new military government in Iraq. This confirmed the July 31, 2007, report by GIS/Defense & Foreign Affairs, cited above. The rumors are now widespread about a military-led change in Iraq, and, significantly, the comment on the ground is more concerned with a nationalist agenda, rather than whether the leadership is Shi’a or Sunni. Moreover, Washington — including the White House — also seems more committed to stable governance than promoting the earlier agenda of “democracy” for Iraq. A military-led government in Iraq could probably only occur, however, if the Iraqi Special Forces undertake the mission, as suggested in the July 31, 2007, report. This is because the Iraqi Special Forces are outside the control of the Iraqi Ministry of Defense, and therefore outside the line of command of the Maliki Government. This force is under the control of the US, so a Special Forces-led “coup”, or something which approximates a coup (a “military commission”: majlis ‘askari, perhaps), would logically be perceived to be undertaken with Washington’s support. Watch for the name of Gen. Mohammed Abdullah Shawani, a former commander of Iraqi Special Forces, to be mentioned as a possible new leader of Iraq. Gen. Shawani, a Turkmen who also holds a US passport, had also been mentioned in 2003 within the context of a US-supported military takeover in Iraq. And he has kept an extremely low profile ever since. Baghdad sources said that he had been “kept on ice” for this occasion. Prime Minister al-Maliki has also made it clear that he understands the threats against him. Mr Maliki, during a visit to Damascus on August 22, 2007, said, in response to US pressures: “We will find many around the world who will support us in our endeavor.” That he spoke in Damascus was an indication of the “other friends” he had in mind, and with whom he was already well-entrenched. Gata’a al-Rakaby (sometimes transliterated as Rakabie), Senior Advisor to the Prime Minister, and an Australian national (who also carries an Iraqi diplomatic passport), has been one of the principal links between Prime Minister al-Malaki and the senior Syrian and Iranian leaderships, flying regularly to Damascus and Tehran with large amounts of cash. Mr al-Rakaby, however, was, by late August 2007, also planning to visit Australia, where there is a significant Iraqi expatriate population. At the same time, US Pres. George W. Bush essentially damned the Malaki Administration and the Prime Minister with faint praise after the two met in Washington. The US has reached a watershed in Iraq, attributable to an apparent abandonment of the “democracy” goal and to the success of the Petraeus-led “surge” of troops into Iraq and the change of military doctrine. But the watershed is also attributable to some degree of Iraqi reaction to what has been seen as obvious “Persian” — and by default, Syrian — intervention in Iraqi affairs, leading to a backlash of nationalism. The Coalition and Iraqi forces have also had a significant period of success in eliminating many insurgent leaders. Coalition and Iraqi forces were able to kill or capture 26 senior insurgent leaders in the country in May and June 2007. The US Command in Baghdad noted that these included: • Eleven were emirs who were city or local al-Qaeda leaders; • Seven “facilitators” who smuggled foreigners, weapons and money into Iraq; • Five cell leaders who commanded terrorist units which worked for the emirs; and • Three vehicle-borne improvised explosive device (IED) network leaders. In July 2007, two AQI leaders — the “military emir” in Mosul, and a “foreign facilitator” — were killed, and 13 other jihadists were captured. In August 2007, by mid-month, Coalition forces had killed a further two AQI leaders — the emir for Salah ad-Din and the emir for Mosul — and had captured a variety of other leaders, including, importantly, the kidnapping cell leader of the Special Group in Baghdad, and a Network Leader of the Special Group in Baghdad. As well, in early August 2007, other captives included the “city emir” for AQI in Samarra, and the AQI’s second in command in Karmah, as well as a sniper cell leader of AQI in Mosul. It was not insignificant that some of the kills and captures were now appearing in the north of Iraq, in the area nominally under the control of the Kurds, but which includes, in fact, areas traditionally dominated by the Iraqi Turkmen, who are now themselves under growing pressure from the Kurds. The al-Qaida Iraq groups, although Sunni, have — as GIS/Defense & Foreign Affairs has noted in the past — been supported covertly and extensively by the Iranian clerical leadership as well as via Iran’s main surrogate, Syria. On August 24, 2007, however, Malaki and some of the AQI groups began their “counter-offensive” with SVIED (suicide vehicle, improvised explosive device) attacks, including a major hit on the main oil pipeline running out of Baghdad to the south. But the strategic response is likely to be far more significant from Tehran and Damascus. GIS/Defense & Foreign Affairs reported on June 30, 2007, that both Iran and Syria were preparing for a major conflict situation. See Defense & Foreign Affairs Special Analysis, June 30, 2007: Iran, Syria Make Strenuous Preparations for Combat-Readiness, Partly Reflecting Major Internal Leadership Schisms. That report noted: “A pattern of Iranian and Syrian cooperation is emerging which indicates intensive preparations for imminent hostilities, even in the face of — and perhaps even because of — growing public unrest within their societies.” Western media and intelligence perceptions indicate that both the Syrian leadership of Bashar al-Assad and the Iranian leadership under Pres. Mahmud Ahmadi-Nejad had become “confident” and “emboldened” in their actions in recent months because of US failures in the region. However, there are indications that some of the recent boldness and preparations for major conflict by both leaders indicates also a sense of urgency based on the reality that not all is well within their own countries, and with regard to their operations in Iraq. The principal question, then, is whether Iran and Syria will find a way to initiate major hostilities — perhaps against Israel and the US — before or after any anticipated change of government in Iraq, given that the change in Baghdad could reverse many years of work by the Iranian clerics to break out of their containment. As well, the Iranian-Syrian response must at least consider the prospect of other destabilizing actions, possibly in the north of Iraq. Such a move would invoke a Turkish response at a critical time in Turkish politics, a pivotal time — with the imminent election of Islamist candidate Abdullah Gul to the Turkish Presidency — which could incite the Turkish General Staff to act militarily in Iraq. The results for Tehran have been ambiguous. Iran had, by early 2007, almost achieved the defeat of the Coalition in Iraq, and the two major leaders — President Jalal Talabani and Prime Minister al-Maliki — were essentially under their control [Pres. Talabani, head of the Kurdish Talabani tribe, had for decades been a paid Iranian intelligence asset, as has the leadership of the Barzani tribe]. Now, once again, the matter comes down to a pivotal, life and death, point. Clearly, with the control of their countries on the line, neither Ahmadi-Nejad (and the other clerical leaders) or Bashar al-Assad is able to walk away from this fight. And if Gen. Shawani does indeed become Iraq’s new leader, expect still other ramifications: the Kurds will once again look to Tehran and Syria for help, given the reality that Shawani would likely limit the gains which the Kurds have taken, at gunpoint, from the Turkmen in Kirkuk and other areas of the north of Iraq.

Saturday, August 25, 2007


Subject: INTELLIGENCE REPORT: North Korean ships sunk by US Subs US SUBS SINK N. KOREAN SHIP Click Here for source article US Sinks a North Korean Ship Carrying Enriched Uranium Cargo for Iran in the past month, American naval and air forces have intercepted two North Korean vessels clandestinely en route for Iran with cargoes of enriched uranium and nuclear equipment. The shutdown of Pongyong's nuclear facilities has made these items surplus to North Korea's requirements and worth a good price to the Islamic Republic. Revealing this, intelligence and military sources describe the second incident in detail. On July 12, the second intercepted North Korean freighter was sunk in the Arabian Sea by torpedoes fired from a US submarine 100 miles southeast of the Iranian navalbase-port of Chah Bahar. Delivery of its freight of enriched weapons-grade uranium and equipment and engines for manufacturing more fissile material including plutonium in its hold could have jump-forwarded Iran's nuclear bomb and warhead project, lopping off at least a year of work. For this Iran's rulers were ready to fork out $500million. A few hours earlier, President George W. Bush received an intelligence briefing on the vessel, its freight - listed on official documents as a consignment of iron - and destination. Sources report that the shipment was brought forward by several weeks to evade detection by UN nuclear watchdog inspectors who were to descend on Pyongyang this week to verify the dismantling of its nuclear facilities. US airplanes had been tracking the freighter and picked up signs of radioactivity, indicating the presence of nuclear materials aboard. Iran offers $1.5 billion for discarded North Korea nuclear items. President Bush had the option of ordering US Marines to board the vessel or sinking it. He decided on the latter - both because the North Korean freighter was approaching an area patrolled by Iranian naval units and seizure of the vessel by American Marines might have provoked a clash; also so as not to expose US troops to radioactive contamination. He therefore first ordered American naval and air units in the Persian Gulf, Middle East and seas opposite North Korea to go on a high state of readiness and torpedo the North Korean vessel without delay. After the attack, US warships raced to the spot where the ship went down.They picked up three lifeboats. Most of the North Korean sailors aboard were either injured or dead. Twenty in all died in the attack. They all bore symptoms of contamination. After the episode, the area was cordoned off and underwater equipment dropped to salvage the cargo from the sunken ship. All the parties to the incident, the United States, North Korea and Iran, have kept it dark. The situation in and around the Gulf is inflammable enough to explode into a full-blown Iranian-US clash at the slightest provocation. There was also the danger of North Korea aborting the closure of its nuclear facilities at the lastmoment. Last February, intelligence sources reported the Central Intelligence Agency warned the White House that Iran had offered North Korea a billion and a half dollars in secret negotiations for key components of its dismantled nuclear industry. In March or early April, Kim Jong-Il decided in the interests of prudence to spurn the offer. He feared that if the deal leaked out to US intelligence, he could say goodbye to the rewards and benefits promised for giving up his nuclear weapons. But on second thought, the North Korea ruler decided it was worth taking the risk of a limited deal with Iran and he therefore agreed to 1. Subtract for Iran a portion of enriched uranium from his stock. 2. Make up some of Iran's shortages of high tech equipment for manufacturing weapons. 3. Lend Tehran dozens of nuclear engineers and technicians who have been put out of their jobs by the shut down of North Korean's program. With their help, Iran can speed up its program. Intelligence sources report that three senior North Korean engineers are due in Tehran by August 20 and another nine in December. By then, North Korea expects the IAEA certificate confirming the closure of its nuclear program to be safely in the bag. Tehran is also giving North Korea three years' supply of free oil. The CIA knew about the North Korean deliveries and knew they would be disguised as iron shipments, but were not clear how many ships would be used. France helps net the first suspect North Korean freighter. Over several weeks, the Americans cast a dense net of maritime and aerial surveillance, co-opting friendly Asian and European air and naval forces, to keep tabs on every vessel departing North Korea with freights of iron. The first North Korean vessel was caught in the net on June 25. Suspected of carrying radioactive materials hidden behind a cargo of iron, the vessel had entered the Arabia Sea and was two days voyage from Iran when, according to sources in Paris, President Bush and French president Nicolas Sarkozy had a quick conversation over secure lines. That exchange resulted in a decision to rush US and French naval units in the neighborhood to intercept the suspect North Korean freighter and blow it out of the water. Much about the incident remains under tight wraps. It is not clear whether the ship was sunk by an American or a French submarine and, even after the event, it is not certain that the doomed ship did in fact carry nuclear materials or equipment. Three days later, on June 28, the US Navy released this statement: US sailors helped rescue the crew of a North Korean-flagged ship on Monday.The incident occurred in the Arabian Sea when the ship reported it had engine problems, no food or water and was in danger of sinking. The USNS Kanawha and the French ship Dupleix helped evacuate the ship's 16 crew members to safety. None of the crew was a NorthKorean citizen. The US and French ships are part of Combined Task Force 150, which conducts maritime security operations in the Gulf of Oman, the Gulf of Aden, the Red Sea, the North Arabian Sea and parts of the Indian Ocean. The Military Sealift Command ship in the US Naval Fleet is the USNS Kanawha. Sources note that before these two episodes, the last time the US Navy or Air Force directly attacked a North Korean vessel was in December 2002, four months before the invasion of Iraq. That operation was also carried out in conjunction with a European naval force. The CIA located in the Indian Ocean a North Korean freighter carrying a disguised freight of Scud missiles bound for Saddam Hussein's army in Iraq. The missiles were to have been unloaded in Yemen and smuggled into Iraq. The ship was boarded by Spanish marines under the cover of American helicopters. "Russia signs a mammoth arms deal running into tens of billions of dollars for the sale to Tehran of 250 Su-30MKM warplanes and 20 IL-78 MKI fuel tankers. Iran has stipulated delivery of the first aircraft before the end of 2007. The transaction, Russia's largest arms deal in 30 years, will endow Iran with a long-range aerial assault capability. The Sukhoi can sustain a four-and-a-half hour raid at its maximum range of 3,000 km against long-distance, marine and low-lying ground targets across the Persian Gulf and Middle East, including Israel and Lebanon. The fuel tankers extends the Su-30MKM's assault sustainability to 10 hours and its range to 8,000 km at altitudes of 11-13 km. The closest comparable plane in the West is the American F-15E fighter bomber. Iran's acquisition of an exceptionally large fleet of the Russian fighter-bomber will elevate its air force to one of the two largest and most advanced in the region, alongside the Israeli Air Force. Iranian air crews are already training on the new Sukhoi aircraft, ready to start flying them early next year with only a short delay after delivery. Moscow is selling Tehran the same Sukhoi model as India received earlier this year. The Iranians leaned hard on New Delhi to let them have the Israeli avionics and electronics the Indian Air Force had installed in the Russian craft. India refused. Russia began delivering the same craft in June to Malaysia, which also sought Israeli avionics without success. The Su-20MKM has won the nickname of "Islamic Version of Sukhoi." Its two-member crew shares the workload. The first pilot flies the aircraft, controls weapons and maneuvers the plane in a dogfight. The co-pilot employs BVR air-to-air and air-to-ground guided weapons in long-range engagements, sweeps the arena for enemy craft or missiles and performs as command-and-control in group missions.

Friday, August 24, 2007


Iraq's Shiite thug Al-Sadr (above) now sheltering in Iran and sharing their opium.

America and her quasi-backboned ‘allies’ have a huge problem that grows by the day. Expectedly, there are as many analyses of our problem as there are ‘experts’ to tell us what to think.

A deluge of Western analysts have their diverse expert opinions regarding the ‘Mullah Problem’ and what do about it. Some strategists advocate a military solution that ranges from full invasion of Iran to selective bombardment of its burgeoning nuclear centers and related facilities.

Others are proponents of imposing economic sanctions of various types and severity. Still others feel that we simply have to learn to live with the inevitable-those ‘crazy’ Mullahs with the bomb.

Perhaps there are no easy answers. But we should still take the time to understand the millstone that hangs around our collective necks. Perhaps within the problem is a solution. So what are the forces at work? What is the source of power that positions the Mullahs to be such a large threat?

Iran’s economy is a basket case. The ruling party has eviscerated productivity, employment, and consumer power, all while destroying personal freedom, and buying every weapon the Russians and Chinese can deliver.

The Islamic Republic of Iran represents the cutting edge for the newly petrodollar-invigorated Islam. This energy exporter/arms importer is not popular at home, but its rulers couldn’t care less. Iran is as far from a democracy as a country can get. No wonder it is adored by the ex-Soviets, and regional dictator-wannabes like Hugo Chavez.

But Iran is no ordinary tyranny. It has a special zeal that gives it an edge: Islam.

Iran is ruled by the mullahs, who are zealously determined to complete their Allah-appointed task of ending the world of ‘Dar-ul-Harb’-the non-Muslim world to be warred upon-and establishing the ‘Dar-ul-Solh,’ or ‘Dar-ul-Salam’- the Muslim world of the Ummeh under the rule of the ‘Mahdi.’

If achieving this aim hinges on the conflagration of a Third World War, the mullahs are more than eager to make it happen. This is their self-proclaimed destiny.

Karl Marx once said derisively that ‘religion is the opiate of the people.’ If so, the militant Islam of Iran is more like crack cocaine than opium.

Islam is the foundation for the Iranian theocracy’s ideology of hate and destruction, but it is not the only force propelling it. Therefore, do not dismiss these vicious destroyers as mere ‘religious fanatics,’ therefore harmless old cranks who are disconnected to reality, soon to be replaced by sane moderates.

They are nowhere near the point of being forced out by a natural revolution. They know what they are doing, and they are playing a very long game of chess.

Likewise do not doubt their steadfastness to their cause even if it means their own annihilation. If invoking catastrophe will compel their precious Mahdi’s coming, their sentiment is ‘bring it on.’

We should rid ourselves of the ‘happy talk’ we tranquilize ourselves with by reasoning that these doddering old-world religious fools may be mischievous, but they could never do real harm. Oh, sure, they might be arming some Iraqi Shiites, killing a few US soldiers, providing a little support for Hizbollah in Lebanon and Hamas in Palestine - but they have no global destructive capacity.

After all, we pacify ourselves that we’re not exactly talking about criminal masterminds like Hitler. Or are we?

Such optimistic self-delusions fully misunderstand the evil genius of the Mullahs. The mullahs’ method of staying in power relies heavily on oil for arms... and arms for power. They have a sizable but otherwise insufficient cadre of true-believing Shiites, but popular support is not needed in their situation.

To remain in power, their apparatus relies on ‘preventive’ measures. They don’t bother much with due process of law. Their ‘revolutionary guard’ dispenses with the ‘due’ and gets right to the ‘process.’ On the slightest suspicion, they arrest, convict and execute. They let Allah in the next world take the time to determine the person’s guilt or innocence.

Presently, the Mullahs have been doing all they can to imprison and kill with impunity the internal opposition, and want the rest of the world to keep its nose out of their ‘family’ business. Executions in Iran have skyrocketed.

This bunch of miscreants has the full support of Syria, Venezuela, and Russia. They have enthusiastic support from many terrorist organizations in the region and drug-running organizations worldwide.

They have tacit support from China, Cuba, and France because the power structures of these countries resent the USA, and Iran is the leader in the expression of threats against the US ‘superpower.’

The Mullahs receive relatively little criticism from semi-socialist democracies like Western Europe and Canada who seem obsessed with anti-Bush, anti-US diatribes. Certainly the UN could care less about their bomb-building, and would be holding ‘talks’ after the first detonation because ‘everybody knows war never solved anything.’

The Mullahs have nothing but support and few distractions. They’re not going anywhere without a very big push.

The mullahs have their job to do on God’s earth: to cleanse it of all infidels. When one has a tall order like that to fill, he can’t be bothered with the tedious due process the Western democracies ‘waste’ so much time and resources on.

But these high priests of Iran are not exactly living up to their brand. The mullah mafia has a great scam going. They promise the ignorant Islamic devotees the phony ‘paradise’ of afterlife while they themselves enjoy their paradise of women, wealth and wine on this earth.

They are unrivaled in duplicity and heartlessness. So in nearly perfect emulation of Muhammad and his leadership 1400 years ago, the pious Mullahs go about plotting earthly destruction as they enrich themselves and enjoy earthly pleasures on the backs of their people. Nice work, if you can get it.

Lest you think these men should at least be admired for their self discipline and abstention from personal sins, know that a sizable chunk of the mullahs are heavy opium smokers.

No one can prove it, of course, but I don’t doubt it. In that land, opium smoking is still very popular with people who can afford the fruit of the Poppy. It is the Muslim’s alcohol.

Although its use is prohibited by law, with stiff penalties on the books, the use of opium continues and has become more endemic than ever under the mullahs’ rule. This is in part because many of the mullahs as well as the law-enforcement officials are users and many officials make a personal fortune by getting their cuts from the traffickers.

Opium is the drug of choice in the countryside, and heroin is primarily used by the more affluent city dwellers. Moreover, this is the drug that is used to calm the restless people. And don’t think that a little of their stash doesn’t make its way to the west.

The mullahs take pleasure and pride in their lavish lifestyle and power, and they want to bequeath it to their children, not to the people of Iran. So they assure their minions that Allah does not approve of the anti-Islamic practice of democracy, an invention of ‘western devils.’

Be sure to remember that these crafty, evil men are also long-term planners. They have messianic plans to rule the world some day. And with their lifestyle, they can have their cake and eat it too: leisure, power, and destruction, insulated from the corrective forces of the political marketplace.

The mullahs are superb practitioners of the art of making a deal. In this practice, like in the game of poker, much depends on how one plays their hand. In the game of deal-making, beating around the bush is a standard operating procedure. They know that weak-willed Westerners feel productive when they ‘talk,’ and engage in ‘negotiations.’

These activities do nothing; but then again, accomplishing anything other than advancing their own careers and generating an undeserved sense of self-importance is never the goal of careerist diplomats.

As for the ‘Great Satan,’ going after the mullahs seems completely out of the question. We have no stomach for it; the Ayatollahs know it. Even Bush’s most loyal sidekick, ex-UK PM Tony Blair, was opposed to it.

I hope that the Iraq misadventure has taught them an old lesson they seem to have had difficulty learning: it is a terrible mistake to go half way across the world and invade a country, unless you are able and willing to bulldoze the whole thing from one end to the other, with all the people bar none buried under the rubble.

The reason this rule is so important for us to learn is that having and displaying overwhelming power usually means you will not have to use it. But because the West has forgotten how to overwhelm the enemy, the war of attrition persists, and the people of the West become disheartened.

They can’t even interrogate presumed terrorists; they have to send them to Egypt to get the job done!

It’s no wonder that recent military undertakings have been by-and-large busts- in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and even Afghanistan. This same policy of weakness has been successfully replicated in Israel, where the West ties Israeli hands behind their back so they don’t ‘over-react’ to missiles hitting their towns and cities, tunnels dug under their borders, and soldiers being captured by terrorists!

The Mullahs know this game very, very well. They persist, and we pretend the worst can’t happen. Whose opiate is the more effective, theirs or ours?

In the meantime, Iran’s illegitimate regime will, with ever greater peace of mind, pursue their quest for the nuclear bomb, by hook or by crook, and the mullahs of mass destruction will keep the corrupt, yawning, toothless UN ‘watchdog’ content and distracted by throwing it a bone or two from time to time.

Eventually, these suicidal, homicidal followers of Muhammad will have their WMD. In time, they will use it. Future historians will ask: how could the entire world have seen it coming and done nothing about it? What kind of opiate were these people on? Source:


List of Islamic Terror Attacks for the Past 2 Months Mind boggling list of harm and death done in the name of Islam! In just some 60 days!! Date Country City Killed Injured Description 8/21/07 Thailand Yala 1 0 Muslims kill a man elected to replace another official who was slaughtered along with his family. 8/21/07 Somalia Mogadishu 1 5 An Islamist walks into a restaurant and shoot a civilian to death. 8/21/07 Thailand Narathiwat 1 0 A Buddhist security guard is murdered by Mulslim extremists. 8/21/07 Thailand Pattani 1 0 A Buddhist official is gunned down by Islamic radicals. 8/21/07 Pakistan Mohallah 1 4 A woman is killed when fundamentalists toss a grenade into a brothel. 8/20/07 Iraq al-Rumeitha 4 2 Shiite militants assassinate a provincial governor. 8/20/07 India Shopian 1 0 A farmer is shot to death by the Mujahideen. 8/20/07 Pakistan Hangu 4 18 A woman passerby is among four killed when a Fedayeen suicide bomber rams into a military vehicle. 8/20/07 Iraq Baghdad 20 36 Two Jihad bombings and random shootings leave over twenty people dead. 8/19/07 Iraq Baghdad 31 51 A Jihad mortar attack and various shootings leave more than thirty people dead, including children. 8/18/07 Somalia Mogadishu 2 4 An elderly man and a woman are killed in separate attacks by Islamic militias. 8/18/07 Afghanistan Kandahar 4 3 A Taliban suicide bomber targets a road construction crew, killing four guards. 8/18/07 India Doda 1 0 The body of a 26-year-old woman is found murdered days after she was taken by the Mujahideen. 8/18/07 Iraq Khalis 7 35 A baby is among seven people killed when Holy Warriors pump mortars and rockets into a residential neighborhood. 8/18/07 Afghanistan Ghazni 2 2 Religious extremists kill two Afghan cops with a roadside bomb. 8/18/07 Afghanistan Kandahar 15 26 Fifteen Afghans, mostly civilians, are blown to bits by a suicidal Sunni along a highway. 8/18/07 Pakistan Bannu 1 5 A cop is killed in a hand grenade attack by Islamic militants. 8/18/07 Pakistan Miran Shah 1 2 A suicide bomber detonates at an army checkpoint, killing at least one Pakistani. 8/18/07 India Rajouri 1 0 The Mujahideen kidnap a civilian and kill him in captivity. 8/18/07 India Kandi 1 0 The Mujahideen chop out a 70-year-old man’s eyes and behead him. 8/18/07 Pakistan Bajaur 1 0 Taliban militants shoot a man to death in his home. 8/18/07 Pakistan Jandola 1 0 al-Qaeda militants kidnap and behead a teacher. 8/17/07 Somalia Mogadishu 1 1 Islamic militias rocket a house, killing a woman. 8/17/07 Afghanistan Kandahar 4 2 Three young children under the age of 10 are slaughtered along with their father by a Fedayeen suicide bomber. 8/17/07 Iraq Kirkuk 3 42 Two separate bombings by Sunni radicals kill three civilians and injure over forty. 8/17/07 Iraq Haditha 3 0 Three people are kidnapped, tortured and shot to death by sectarian rivals. 8/17/07 India Baramulla 2 0 A policeman and his elderly father are brutally murdered inside their hom by Islamic militants. 8/17/07 India Rajouri 1 0 A civilian is kidnapped and killed in captivity by radical Muslims. 8/17/07 Pakistan Khyber 7 0 Seven people are killed in clashes between radical Islamist groups. 8/17/07 India Pulwama 5 3 Mujahideen use an IED to kill five Indian soldiers traveling along a road. 8/16/07 Iraq Baghdad 10 20 Ten Iraqis are blown apart when Islamic terrorists detonate a car bomb on a public square. 8/16/07 Iraq Baghdad 19 0 Nineteen victims of sectarian Jihadis are discovered by police. 8/16/07 Somalia Mogadishu 2 0 Islamic gunmen shoot two civilians to death at a market. 8/16/07 Somalia Mogadishu 2 3 Two Somalis are killed in a mine attack by Islamic militias. 8/16/07 Pakistan Spinwara 2 4 Two soldiers are killed in an al-Qaeda IED attack. 8/16/07 Pakistan Bajaur 2 2 A tribal elder and his guard are killed in a bombing by Islamists. 8/15/07 Chechnya Avturi 1 0 A government official is killed when the Mujahideen attack his vehicle with grenades. 8/15/07 Afghanistan Kabul 3 1 Religious extremists kill three German police officers with a roadside bomb. 8/15/07 Somalia Mogadishu 6 1 Islamists kill six Somalis in two separate attacks. 8/15/07 Somalia Afgoye 2 12 Militant Muslims throw a grenade into a market, killing two people. 8/15/07 Chechnya Grozny 1 0 A policeman is killed in a drive-by attack from militant Muslims. 8/15/07 Iraq Kirkuk 5 30 Islamic terrorists car bomb a marketplace, killing five people. 8/15/07 Iraq Hilla 5 12 A suicide bomber kills five people inside a judge’s home. 8/15/07 Paksitan Swabi 2 0 A teacher and student are killed when Islamists bomb a house. 8/15/07 Iraq Baghdad 22 4 Jihad attacks leave twenty-two Iraqis dead. 8/14/07 Iraq Sinjar 500 375 Five separate suicide bombings by al-Qaeda militants targeted at a religious minority group kill five hundred innocents. 8/14/07 Afghanistan Zhari 7 0 Six Aafghan civilians and their guard are killed in an al-Qaeda rocket attack on their minibus. 8/14/07 Pakistan Jandola 1 0 Islamic radicals kidnap and behead a Pakistani soldier. 8/14/07 Iraq Khalis 15 0 Fifteen Iraqi men are kidnapped and murdered by Islamic extremists. 8/14/07 Iraq Suwayra 3 0 Sunni extremists invade the home of a policeman and shoot his pregnant wife, son and brother to death. 8/14/07 Thailand Narathiwat 1 2 A 26-year-old man is shot to death by Muslim militants. 8/14/07 Thailand Yala 1 0 Muslim radicals stab a 56-year-old man to death at his rubber plantation. 8/14/07 Iraq Ghraiya 4 0 Jihadis kill three women and a man, who are sleeping on the roof of their home. 8/13/07 Thailand Narathiwat 1 0 A 38-year-old trader is murdered by Islamic gunmen. 8/13/07 India Bandipore 4 11 Four civilians are killed when Mujahideen militants hurl a grenade into a crowded street. 8/13/07 Afghanistan Spin Boldak 5 3 Religioius extremists kill five Afghan police with a roadside bomb. 8/13/07 Iraq Samarrah 3 0 Three civilians are shot and killed by Islamic terrorists. 8/13/07 Somalia Mogadishu 3 12 Three civilians are killed when Islamic militants bomb a passenger bus. 8/13/07 Iraq Khanaqin 5 4 Radical Shiites kill five policemen with a bomb. 8/13/07 Somalia Mogadishu 1 2 A young boy is killed when Islamic militias assault a police station. 8/13/07 Lebanon Nahr al-Bared 1 0 A Fatah al-Islam sniper murders a Lebanese soldier. 8/13/07 Pakistan Swat 4 6 Four people are killed when Islamic terrorists detonate a roadside bomb against a passing vehicle. 8/13/07 Somalia Mogadishu 1 0 A man sitting in a tea shop is assassinated by Muslim radicals. 8/13/07 Russia Novgorod 0 60 A militant Islamic group derails a commuter train with a bomb, injuring sixty people. 8/12/07 India Doda 1 0 The Mujahideen shoot a policeman to death as he is walking home. 8/12/07 Pakistan Peshawar 1 0 A Sunni is gunned down by Shia radicals. 8/12/07 Algeria Amdjoudh 3 0 Islamic fundamentalists kill three members of a security patrol with a bomb. 8/12/07 Iraq Hilla 3 0 Two women are among three people killed by Islamic terrorists. 8/12/07 Iraq Baghdad 20 22 Sectarian Jihadis rack up twenty Iraqi scalps. 8/12/07 Pakistan Miranshah 1 0 Two Afghan civilians are kidnapped and beheaded by Muslim radicals in separate incidents. 8/11/07 Iraq Qadisiya 6 0 Jihadis kille six Iraqis with a roadside bomb. 8/11/07 Iraq Baghdad 14 17 Fourteen people are killed in sectarian violence within the Religion of Peace. 8/11/07 Iraq Ishaqi 4 0 Islamic extremists kill and dismember four people. 8/11/07 Somalia Mogadishu 2 2 A journalist is killed by Islamic militias as he is returning from the funeral of a colleague murdered dies earlier. 8/11/07 Pakistan Hangu 3 2 Three police are murdered by Islamic militants. 8/10/07 Somalia Mogadishu 3 0 Three civilians are killed when Islamic militias attack with mortars and heavy machine guns. 8/10/07 Thailand Narathiwat 1 1 Two men are shot by Muslim radicals. Only one survives. 8/10/07 Iraq Kirkuk 8 45 Islamic terrorists bomb a market, killing eight patrons. 8/10/07 Afghanistan Badghis 7 0 Seven Afghans are killed when Taliban extremists ambush a security patrol. 8/10/07 Somalia Mogadishu 3 0 Three government officials are assassinated by Muslim militants as they are walking home. 8/10/07 Iraq Ein Zala 4 14 Four Kurds are killed in a suicide bomb by Sunni fanatics. 8/9/07 Pakistan Mir Ali 2 0 Two tribesman are murdered by Taliban loyalists. 8/9/07 Somalia Mogadishu 1 0 A woman dies from shrapnel injuries following a Religion of Peace grenade attack in a commercial district. 8/9/07 Iraq Baghdad 22 8 A man and his wife are among two dozen people killed by sectarian Jihadis in various attacks. 8/9/07 Turkey Kars 2 0 A 19-year-old boy beats his sister and divorced mother to death at the request of his father to ‘clean the honor of his family.’ 8/9/07 Thailand Narathiwat 5 0 Five people are gunned down by Islamic radicals in separate drive-by attacks. 8/9/07 Philippines Maimbung 21 2 Abu Sayyaf terrorists ambush a security patrol, killing nine members. A dozen more are cut down in the ensuing firefight. 8/8/07 Iraq Baqubah 4 4 Four members of a family are murdered inside their home by Islamic terrorists. 8/8/07 Thailand Yala 1 0 A 66-year-old man is brutally shot to death by Islamists as he is walking in his orchard. 8/8/07 Iraq Samarra 8 2 Jihadis kill eight Iraqis with mortars. 8/8/07 Iraq Baghdad 15 19 A little girl is among those killed by Freedom Fighters in various attacks on civilians. 8/8/07 Thailand Pattani 2 0 Muslim gunmen storm a medical clinic and murder two Buddhist workers. 8/8/07 Iraq Hawija 2 6 An infant and one other person are killed by Muslim terrorists. 8/8/07 Thailand Yala 2 0 Muslims decapitate two elderly Buddhists, then set fire to their houses. 8/8/07 Pakistan Chargano 5 10 The Taliban lay siege to a village, killing five and wounding ten. 8/8/07 Somalia Mogadishu 4 0 Four people are shot to death by Islamic militias in separate attacks. 8/8/07 Thailand Yala 2 0 Two men are shot to death by Muslim radicals. 8/8/07 Iraq Baqubah 5 10 A fundamentalist bomber detonates himself in a barbershop, killing five innocents. 8/7/07 Chechnya Grozny 2 0 Two Russians are shot to death in a Mujahideen ambush. 8/7/07 Thailand Pattani 2 2 A roadside bombing by Muslim radicals leaves two Thai soldiers dead. 8/7/07 Thailand Yala 1 0 A man is murdered and his body burned by Islamic separatists. 8/7/07 Pal. 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Gaza 2 5 Two Gaza children, ages 6 and 8, are killed by a rocket fired at Israel by a Palestinian Islamic group. 8/7/07 Iraq Baghdad 21 9 Sectarian Jihadis rack up twenty-one dead Iraqis in various attacks. 8/7/07 Iraq Muqdadiya 1 1 Muslim gunmen open fire on children, killing one. 8/7/07 Pakistan Banda 1 0 A security patrol member is blown apart by Islamists while fetching water from a stream. 8/7/07 Somalia Banadir 2 4 A mother and her 11-year-old daughter are killed when Islamists detonate a roadside bomb. 8/7/07 Iraq Salah al Khalaf 7 8 Seven civilians are killed in a Mujahideen car bombing at a market. 8/7/07 Iraq Samarra 5 2 Three women and two children are killed in a Jihad mortar attack. 8/6/07 Iraq Karbala 1 0 Islamic terrorists shoot the chairwoman for a humanitarian organization two times in the head. 8/6/07 Iraq Qabak 33 54 A suicidal Sunni manages to kill thirty-four innocents in a Shiite neighborhood, which include seventeen children and ten women. 8/6/07 Iraq Baghdad 34 32 Thirty-four people are killed in various Religion of Peace attacks around the city. 8/6/07 Thailand Narathiwat 1 0 Muslim terrorists shoot a man to death in his home. 8/6/07 India Pulwama 1 0 A civilian is abducted four days earlier and murdered by the Mujahideen. 8/6/07 Iraq al-Aameryia 36 0 Thirty-six Iraqi heads are liberated from their bodies by Islamic Freedom Fighters. 8/6/07 Thailand Yala 1 0 Muslim terrorists gun down a 61-year-old civilian on his way home. 8/5/07 Afghanistan Kandahar 2 0 Taliban extremists kill two civilians with a roadside blast. 8/5/07 Chechnya Tsa-Vedeno 3 0 Three people, including a child, are burned to death in their car by Holy Warriors. 8/5/07 Iraq Baghdad 32 14 Sectarian Jihadis rack up over thirty Muslim rivals in various attacks. 8/5/07 Iraq Mahmudiya 2 5 A suicide bomber slays two innocents at an auto repair shop. 8/5/07 Iraq Mosul 6 0 Two children are among six people kidnapped, tortured and executed by Islamic terrorists. 8/5/07 Afghanistan Kunar 5 6 Five Afghan police are murdered in two terror attacks by religious extremists. 8/5/07 India Doda 1 9 The Mujahideen gun down a cop and throw a grenade into a market, injuring nine civilians. 8/5/07 Thailand Narathiwat 2 0 Two Thai soldiers on motorcycles are shot and killed by Muslim radicals. 8/4/07 Afghanistan Kandahar 2 0 Two civilians are killed by a Fedayeen suicide bomber. 8/4/07 Pakistan Miranshah 4 6 Four Pakistanis are killed when Taliban militants attack a check-point. 8/4/07 Pakistan Parachinar 8 43 At least eight people, including two young children, are killed when a suicide bomber attacks a car showroom and taxi stand. 8/4/07 Somalia Mogadishu 1 3 Islamists recruit a teenager to throw a grenade into a funeral procession, killing one. 8/4/07 Iraq Baghdad 26 13 A doctor is among over two dozen people killed by sectarian Jihadis in various attacks. 8/4/07 Dagestan Sergokala 1 2 A police officer is gunned down by Islamic militants. 8/4/07 Thailand Pattani 1 0 A 45-year-old guard is shot to death at point-blank range by Muslim radicals. 8/4/07 Somalia Suuq Baad 2 6 Two people are killed when Islamic militants hurl grenades into a crowded market. 8/4/07 Afghanistan Kabul 3 2 A religious extremist kills three civilians in a suicide blast. 8/4/07 Afghanistan Logar 4 3 Four Afghan police are killed when Sunni terrorists rocket their vehicle. 8/4/07 Saudi Arabia Riyadh 2 2 Two maids are beaten to death by seven familiy members who accuse them of practicing ‘black magic.’ 8/4/07 Afghanistan Kandahar 4 0 Four civilians are blown to bits when Holy Warriors target their vehicle with a roadside bomb. 8/4/07 Thailand Yala 3 0 Three civilians in a pick-up truck are ambushed and murdered by Islamic terrorists. 8/3/07 Iraq Muhbabiya 17 0 Seventeen women, children and elderly Iraqis are found in a mass grave following an al-Qaeda massacre. 8/3/07 Iraq Diyala 4 9 Muslim gunmen murder two children and two adults in a brutal attack on a home. 8/3/07 India Banihal 0 24 Two dozen people are injured when Islamic terrorists toss a grenade into a crowded marketplace. 8/3/07 Afghanistan Kunar 3 5 The Taliban kill three Afghan police with a bomb attack on their vehicle. 8/3/07 Iraq Baghdad 13 0 Thirteen victims of sectarian violence are found scattered throughout the city. 8/3/07 Pakistan Swat 2 6 A suicide bomber kills two people and injures six from the same family. 8/3/07 Philippines Koronadal 1 12 A Christian pastor is killed in a bus bombing by a group linked to the Moro Islamic terror group. 8/3/07 Somalia Mogadishu 1 0 Islamists force their way into a home to shoot a government official to death. 8/2/07 Pakistan Sargodha 1 1 A Fedayeen fires at police, killing one in a suicide bid. 8/2/07 Somalia Mogadishu 8 20 A mother and her two daughters are among eight killed when Islamic militias rain down mortars on a neighborhood. 8/2/07 Iraq Balad 1 6 A young girl is killed in a mortar barrage by Muslim terrorists. 8/2/07 Iraq Kirkuk 5 0 Five brothers who worked as day laborers are kidnapped and executed by Muslim terrorists. 8/2/07 Iraq Hibhib 15 17 Fifteen people are killed when a sucide bomber detonates along a city street. 8/2/07 Thailand Pattani 2 8 Two Thai soldiers are killed in separate bombing and shooting attacks. 8/2/07 Iraq Baghdad 30 8 Sectarian Jihadis shoot or blast thirty Iraqis to death in various attacks. 8/2/07 Somalia Balad 1 4 An grenade attack on Ethiopians leaves one dead. 8/1/07 Somalia Mogadishu 3 6 A young boy is killed when Islamists throw a grenaded into a market. Two other bodies are found nearby. 8/1/07 Iraq Baghdad 15 25 At least fifteen people are blown to bits when a suicide bomber detonates in a city square. 8/1/07 Thailand Narathiwat 1 11 A Buddhist woman is blown to bits when Muslim radicals bomb a shopping district. 8/1/07 Lebanon Nahr al-Bared 1 0 A Fatah al-Islam sniper kills a Lebanese soldier. 8/1/07 Iraq Baqubah 25 40 Islamic terrorists bomb a marketplace, killing twenty-five patrons. 8/1/07 Afghanistan Kabul 1 5 A suicide bomber kills an Afghan truck driver. 8/1/07 Iraq Baghdad 12 20 A dozen civilians are killed in various Religion of Peace attacks around the city. 8/1/07 Iraq Hibhib 14 0 Fourteen villagers are kidnapped and executed by Sunni militants. 8/1/07 Thailand Yala 1 0 A 62-year-old man is shot to death by radical Muslims. 8/1/07 Thailand Narathiwat 2 0 A father and son are murdered by Islamic terrorists at their home. 8/1/07 Pakistan Bannu 1 0 Talibanis murder a Pakistani soldier taken hostage. 8/1/07 Thailand Yala 2 1 Islamists ambush a group guarding a train station, killing two members. 8/1/07 Iraq Baghdad 50 60 A Fedayeen suicide bomber detonates at a petrol station, killing at least fifty innocents. 8/1/07 Lebanon Nahr el-Bared 4 0 Four Lebanese soldiers are killed by Fatah al-Islam snipers and bombers. 7/31/07 Iraq Baghdad 12 12 A teacher and an engineer are among a dozen people shot and killed in various Jihad attacks around the country. 7/31/07 Somalia Mogadishu 5 3 Islamic terrorists blow up a minibus, killing five civilian passengers that included a woman. 7/31/07 Afghanistan Kabul 1 0 The Taliban murder a 29-year-old Christian man taken hostage. 7/31/07 Ingushetia Magas 1 3 Muslim gunmen attack a bus carrying police officers, killing one. 7/31/07 Pakistan Bannu 1 4 Religious extremists ambush a group of soldiers, killing one. 7/31/07 Somalia Mogadishu 3 4 A 4-year-old child is among three people killed in a brutal rocket attack by Islamists shouting ‘Allah Akbar.’ 7/30/07 Iraq Baghdad 12 47 At least a dozen Iraqis are killed in three bomb attacks by Islamic terrorists. 7/30/07 Pakistan Miranshah 7 1 Four civilians are among seven killed by Taliban militants in two separate attacks. 7/30/07 Iraq Balad 4 6 A suicide bomber kills six people with a loaded fuel truck. 7/30/07 Iraq Kirkuk 4 0 A woman is among four people shot to death by Islamic radicals. 7/30/07 India Ramban 1 0 Hizb-ul-Mujahideen members kidnap and behead a government teacher. 7/30/07 India Pulwama 2 6 Two children (ages 12 and 14) are killed when Islamists throw grenades at a tourist vehicle. 7/30/07 Pakistan Punjab 1 0 A Christian man is shot to death by two Muslims. 7/30/07 India Kishtwar 1 0 A civilian is abducted and mudered by the Mujahideen. 7/29/07 Somalia Mogadishu 2 5 Two civilians are killed when Islamic radicals throw grenades into the electronics area of a market. 7/29/07 Thailand Narathiwat 2 0 Two men, one a work-placement employee, are shot to death by Muslim radicals in separate attacks. 7/29/07 Somalia Mogadishu 2 0 Two guards at a market are shot to death by Islamic militants. 7/29/07 Afghanistan Kandahar 13 8 Taliban extremists attack a private aid convoy, killing thirteen guards. 7/29/07 Iraq Balad 6 1 Jihadis lob mortars into a residential neighborhood, killing six people. 7/29/07 Iraq Tuz Khormato 7 6 Sunnis gun down six soccer fans celebrating the country’s recent win. 7/29/07 Iraq Balad Ruz 3 25 Islamic terrorists kill three people with multiple bombs at a market. 7/29/07 India Srinagar 7 19 Seven people, including two young girls, are killed when Islamic radicals bomb a bus. 7/28/07 Pakistan Islamabad 14 60 A Fedayeen suicide bomber kills at least fourteen in an attack on a hotel. 7/28/07 Iraq Baghdad 5 22 Sunnis set off a car bomb in a commercial district, killing five people. 7/28/07 Pakistan Maidan 3 0 Three policemen are brutally murdered by Islamic militants in an ambush. 7/28/07 Pal. 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Al Bureij 1 0 A young woman is stabbed to death over ‘immoral behavior.’ 7/28/07 Thailand Narathiwat 1 0 A 38-year-old mother of three succumbs to her injuries three days after a Religion of Peace bomb attack. 7/27/07 Ingushetia Magas 1 0 Muslim separatists stage a deadly rocket attack on a government building. 7/27/07 Dagestan Makhachkala 2 1 Islamic terrorists kill an anti-terror cleric and his brother by bombing their car. 7/27/07 Thailand Yala 1 1 A man is shot twice in the head by militant Muslims. 7/27/07 Iraq Samarrah 7 0 Seven Iraqi policemen are killed in a Sunni bombing. 7/27/07 Iraq Baghdad 10 2 An engineer and his wife are among ten people murdered by Jihadis in various attacks. 7/26/07 Thailand Narathiwat 1 0 Islamic terrorists attack two groups of teachers with roadside bombs and shoot a 44-year-old man to death. 7/26/07 Iraq Tal Abta 6 13 A suicide bomber detonates outside a police station, killing six others. 7/26/07 Iraq Baghdad 61 94 Jihadis murder at least sixty Iraqis with a parked car bomb at a busy market. 7/26/07 Pakistan Tiarza 1 2 A Pakistani soldier is killed when Taliban militants fire a rocket into a base. 7/26/07 Iraq Kirkuk 25 85 Sunni terrorists explode a massive bomb next to a kabob shop, killing over two-dozen innocent people. 7/26/07 India Ramban 1 0 A civilian is kidnapped from his home and murdered in captivity by the Mujahideen. 7/26/07 Somalia Mogadishu 2 3 Two civilians are killed by a landmine planted by Islamic militias. 7/26/07 Somalia Mogadishu 1 0 A local official is gunned down by Islamic militants while walking home. 7/26/07 Pakistan Lahore 1 0 A Muslim woman is shot in the head by her son, who suspected her of ‘illicit relations.’ 7/26/07 Somalia Mogadishu 4 3 Islamists hurl a grenade into a coffee shop, killing four civilians. 7/25/07 Iraq Baghdad 23 14 Various Jihad bombing and shooting attacks leave about two dozen Iraqis dead. 7/25/07 Afghanistan Kandahar 1 0 The Taliban shoot a Christian man to death. 7/25/07 Iraq Diyala 9 0 Nine young men are kidnapped and beheaded by Sunni terrorists. 7/25/07 Iraq Kirkuk 2 0 Two farmers are shot to death by Muslim radicals. 7/25/07 Iraq Baghdad 58 125 Islamic terrorists stage two massive car bombings that slaughter over fifty Iraqis celebrating their country’s soccer win in the street. 7/25/07 Somalia Mogadishu 5 9 At least three civilians are killed when Islamists bomb an intersection. 7/25/07 India Doda 1 0 A civilian is abducted and murdered by the Mujahideen. 7/24/07 Iraq Hillah 32 68 A suicide bomber detonates in a marketplace across from the maternity ward of a hospital, killing over thirty innocents. 7/24/07 Pakistan Bannu 10 40 Muslim terrorists fire rockets into a village, killing ten civilians. 7/24/07 Pakistan Dattakhel 4 0 Islamic militants attack a security post, killing four members. 7/24/07 Somalia Mogadishu 3 0 A pregnant woman is among three civilians killed when Islamists toss a grenade into a market. 7/23/07 Somalia Mogadishu 7 0 A woman is among seven victims of an Islamic grenade attack in a commercial district. 7/23/07 Iraq Khanqeen 5 3 Five truck drivers are murdered by Islamic terrorists. 7/23/07 Thailand Yala 1 1 A 46-year-old construction worker is shot to death by Muslim militants. 7/23/07 Iraq Baghdad 26 6 Violence in the name of Allah leaves over two dozen dead in various attacks. 7/23/07 Iraq Baghdad 17 49 Three separate car bombings by Muslim terrorists end the lives of seventeen Iraqi civilians. 7/23/07 Iraq Ramadi 7 0 A female suicide bomber murders seven Iraqi policemen. 7/23/07 Iraq Muqdadiyah 2 1 Muslim gunmen take down two electrical workers. 7/23/07 Algeria Boumerdes 1 8 An Algerian security personnel is killed in a bomb attack by Islamic fundamentalists. 7/23/07 Thailand Narathiwat 1 0 A 35-year-old is shot to death while fishing in a pond. 7/23/07 India Anantnag 1 1 Islamic militants ambush a security patrol, killing one member. 7/23/07 Pakistan Kagai 2 0 Two men are abducted by al-Qaeda militants and executed by having their throats slit. 7/23/07 India Kishtwar 1 0 The Mujahideen kidnap and execute a 22-year-old man who was collecting firewood. 7/22/07 Pal. Auth. Gaza 3 0 Three sisters are brutally tortured and stabbed to death over suspicion of ‘immoral’ activities. Two are teenagers. 7/22/07 Iraq Khanqeen-Buhriz 6 0 Six delivery truck drivers are murdered by the Religion of Peace. 7/22/07 Iraq Jurf al-Milih 5 12 A Fedayeen truck bomber takes out five Sunni leaders for talking peace with Shiites. 7/22/07 Iraq Baghdad 22 20 A bombing and several shooting attacks leave twenty-two Iraqis dead at the hands of Freedom Fighters. 7/22/07 Somalia Mogadishu 1 3 A civilian is killed when Muslim militants throw a grenade in a marketplace. 7/22/07 India Ramban 1 0 Hizb-ul-Mujahideen terrorists kidnap and kill a former member who wanted out. 7/22/07 Lebanon Tanbourit 1 4 Shiites shoot Christian villagers who complained of harassment. 7/22/07 Afghanistan Kabul 1 0 The Taliban kill a German hostage, abducted four days earlier. 7/21/07 Algeria Crete 1 2 Islamic fundamentalists attack a group of soldiers, killing one. 7/21/07 Thailand Pattani 0 6 A 10-year-old boy and 13-year-old girl are among the casualites when Islamic radicals bomb a rice shop. 7/21/07 Somalia Mogadishu 2 3 Two civilians are murdered when a terrorist throws a grenade into a marketplace. 7/21/07 Iraq Mosul 26 6 A café showing a soccer match is one site among several Jihad targets as twenty-six people are killed. 7/21/07 Iraq Baghdad 28 31 Islamic ‘insurgents’ rack up twenty-eight dead Iraqis in several bombing and shooting attacks. 7/21/07 Ingushetia Karabulak 1 0 Muslim gunmen assassinate a government official in charge of ‘ethnic relations’. 7/20/07 Afghanistan Kandahar 3 0 Taliban militants murder three civilians with a roadside bomb. 7/20/07 Pakistan Miran Shah 4 6 Four innocents are killed by a suicide car bomber. 7/20/07 Afghanistan Helmand 2 2 Two civilians are killed by a car bomb. 7/20/07 Iraq Baghdad 16 0 Sixteen victims of sectarian violence are found scattered around the city. 7/20/07 Iraq Baghdad 2 2 A ruthless attack by Mujahideen leaves two Australian civilians dead. 7/20/07 Nigeria Sokoto 5 0 A man is burned to death in his home is among five killed in sectarian clashes between Sunni and Shia. 7/20/07 India Rajouri 1 15 A civilian is shot to death outside his home and Islamic terrorists throw a grenade at Hindu pilgrims in a separate attack. 7/20/07 Somalia Mogadishu 1 0 Islamists gun down a drug store owner in his shop. 7/19/07 Pakistan Kohat 18 19 Fedayeen suicide bombers hit a mosque inside an army base, blasting eighteen people to death. 7/19/07 Pakistan Hangu 8 22 At least eight are killed when suicide bombers ram their vehicle into a police training facility. 7/19/07 Pakistan Hub 30 28 Thirty people are slaughtered when Sunni bombers target Chinese engineers along a road. 7/19/07 Iraq Khalis 5 4 Islamic gunmen attack a village, killing five residents. 7/19/07 Chechnya Assinovskaya 2 3 Two policemen are killed when Mujahideen attack their post. 7/19/07 Somalia Mogadishu 6 3 Children playing soccer are hit by mortars fired by Islamists. Six are killed and three injured. 7/19/07 Iraq Baghdad 20 4 A man killed in front of his wife and children is among twenty victims of Jihad sectarian violence around the city. 7/19/07 Somalia Baruha 1 0 Islamists shoot a civilian in the head as he is holding a child. 7/19/07 Afghanistan Helmand 6 2 Religious extremists ambush a police car, killing a dozen Afghans at point-blank range. 7/19/07 Afghanistan Fayzabad 1 25 Women and children are among the casualties of a suicide bombing. 7/19/07 Nigeria Sokoto 1 0 A Sunni mob beats a Shia to death. 7/18/07 Iraq Baghdad 4 4 Four electrical workers are killed when Jihadis target their minibus with a truck bomb. 7/18/07 Iraq Baghdad 22 12 Random sectarian attacks leave twenty-two Iraqis dead. 7/18/07 Philippines Lamitan 1 0 A Sunni missionary is dismembered by Abu Sayyaf militants on suspicion of spying. 7/18/07 Russia Kizilyurt 4 3 Islamic separatists are suspected in the bombing of a school playground that kills four policemen. 7/18/07 Afghanistan Zabul 7 4 Seven Afghan police officers are murdered in a brutal ambush by religious extremists. 7/18/07 Iraq Baghdad 17 18 A series of Sunni bomb attacks kills at least seventeen innocents. 7/18/07 Pakistan Miranshah 16 14 al-Qaeda backed militants ambush an army convoy with rockets, killing sixteen Pakistanis. 7/18/07 Afghanistan Khost 3 0 A suicide bomber blasts three Afghans to Allah. 7/18/07 Pakistan Bajaur 1 0 Islamists kidnap and behead a civilian. 7/18/07 Afghanistan Kandahar 2 0 Taliban extremists murder two police officers riding bikes. 7/18/07 Iraq Khalis 7 0 Seven bus passengers are brutally shot to death by Islamic gunmen. 7/18/07 Nigeria Sokoto 1 0 A Sunni cleric is assassinated by a rival Shiite militia. 7/18/07 Somalia Mogadishu 2 3 Two people are killed when radical Muslims shell a market. 7/17/07 Thailand Yala 1 31 A double bomb attack by Islamic radicals at a railway station leaves at least one person dead and thirty-one injured. 7/17/07 Somalia Mogadishu 1 4 At least one person is killed when Islamic militants throw a grenade into a market. 7/17/07 Iraq Baghdad 31 10 Jihadis ring up over thirty dead Iraqis in various shooting and bombing attacks. 7/17/07 Iraq Samarra 1 3 A hospital director is gunned down by militant Muslims. 7/17/07 Iraq Baghdad 20 20 Sunnis send a suicide bomber into a Shia residential neighborhood to blast twenty innocents to death. 7/17/07 Lebanon Nahr el-Bared 4 0 Fatah al-Islam snipers pick off four Lebanese soldiers. 7/17/07 Thailand Narathiwat 1 1 Islamic radicals shoot a soldier to death by the side of a road. 7/17/07 Pakistan Islamabad 13 45 A suicide bomber detonates in a crowd a political rally. Thirteen innocents are killed. 7/17/07 Pakistan Mir Ali 5 0 A suicide bomber murders five people at a checkpoint. 7/17/07 Thailand Narathiwat 1 0 A man is shot to death outside a school by militant Muslims. 7/17/07 Iraq Dulayiya 29 4 Nearly thirty men, women and children gathered for a soccer game are hacked and shot to death by radical Sunnis. 7/17/07 India Baltal 1 17 Islamists toss a grenade into a crowd of Hindu pilgrims, killing one. 7/17/07 India Poonch 2 8 Lashkar-e-Toiba terrorists attack a security patrol, killing two members. 7/17/07 Pakistan Khar Banda 1 0 A civilian is abducted and beheaded by the Taliban. 7/17/07 Lebanon Nahr el-Bared 4 0 Four Lebanese troops are killed by Fatah al-Islam snipers. 7/17/07 Iraq Muqdadiya 14 0 Twelve members of one family are massacred by Islamic terrorists in their home. Two women are gunned down elsewhere in the city. 7/16/07 Iraq Baghdad 39 45 Muslim terrorists rack up forty dead Iraqis in various sectarian attacks. 7/16/07 Afghanistan Kandahar 1 0 A Taliban attack leaves one Afghan dead. 7/16/07 Pal. Auth. Gaza 1 0 Hamas militants kidnap and suffocate a 45-year-old man. 7/16/07 Iraq Samarrah 5 0 Armed Jihadis shoot five people in the head. 7/16/07 Somalia Mogadishu 3 4 Two civilians are among three killed by Islamic militants in two attacks. 7/16/07 Ingushetia Ordzhonikidzevskaya 3 7 A Christian woman and her two children are murdered in their home by Islamic gunmen. Seven mourners are injured when their funeral is bombed two days later. 7/16/07 Iraq Baghdad 2 5 Two sisters are killed when they are taken hostage by Muslim terrorists and forced into a explosives-laden car. 7/16/07 Philippines Tugas 2 1 Abu Sayyaf militants ambush a security patrol, killing two members. 7/16/07 Iraq Kirkuk 85 180 Sunni suicide truck bombers massacre eighty-five Iraqi civilians near a Kurdish political office. 7/16/07 Afghanistan Helmand 3 2 Five Afghans are killed in a roadside bombing by Taliban extremists. 7/15/07 Pakistan Swat 17 47 Civilians are among seventeen people blasted to death by a suicide bomber on a highway. 7/15/07 Thailand Narathiwat 1 0 A 52-year-old railway worker is shot to death by Islamists on his way to work. 7/15/07 Somalia Mogadishu 3 0 Two civilians and a government official are killed when an Islamist hurls a grenade into a municipal office. 7/15/07 Thailand Yala 1 1 A Muslim who ‘switched sides’ is shot to death at a market. His wife is seriously injured. 7/15/07 Pakistan Dera Ismail Khan 25 61 Twenty-five innocents are blown to bits by a Fedayeen suicide bomber on foot. 7/15/07 Iraq Baghdad 22 0 Twenty-two victims of sectarian violence are found, including several women. 7/15/07 Iraq Aziziya 2 0 A woman and her 8-year-old son are brutally gunned down by Muslim terrorists. 7/15/07 Afghanistan Paktika 1 3 One person is killed when Islamists fire a rocket into his home. 7/15/07 Afghanistan Paktika 5 2 Religious extremists kill five highway construction workers with a bomb. 7/15/07 Iraq Baghdad 10 25 Sunnis kill ten with a car bombing along a city square. 7/14/07 Somalia Mogadishu 1 1 Islamists kill a woman and injure her 8-month-old baby in a grenade attack. 7/14/07 Thailand Narathiwat 1 0 Muslim terrorists shoot a 66-year-old farmer to death. 7/14/07 Thailand Songkhla 2 0 Two civilians are ambushed and murdered by Islamic radicals. 7/14/07 Iraq Baghdad 28 12 Jihadis manage to kill twenty-eight Iraqis in various shooting and bombing attacks. 7/14/07 Pakistan North Waziristan 23 27 A Fedayeen suicide bomber sends twenty-three Pakistani soldiers to Allah. 7/14/07 Iraq Baghdad 7 15 Sunnis bomb a gas station, killing at least seven people lining up for fuel. 7/14/07 Iraq Hillah 9 3 Jihadis barge into a house and murder nine members of a family, including women and children. 7/14/07 Pakistan Essa 1 0 A Pakistani soldier is shot to death by an Islamic militant at a checkpoint. 7/14/07 Afghanistan Paktia 2 0 Two men are gunned down by religious extremists. 7/14/07 Iraq Suwayra 6 0 Six people are murdered by Islamic radicals and thrown into a river. 7/13/07 Somalia Huriwa 2 0 Two men are shot to death by suspected Islamic militias. 7/13/07 Lebanon Nahr al-Bared 11 50 Fatah al-Islam terrorists kill eleven Lebanese soldiers with rockets and sniper fire. 7/13/07 Pakistan Miranshah 3 0 Three tribal leaders are shot to death at a market by Islamic militants. 7/13/07 Iraq Muqdadiyah 12 0 Sunni gunmen massacre a family of twelve Shia in their home. 7/13/07 India Reasi 1 0 Police recover the body of a man abducted from his home by militants a month earlier. 7/13/07 Iraq Baghdad 5 9 Jihadis gun down five policemen in an attack on their checkpoint. 7/13/07 Iraq Baghdad 2 6 Sunnis kill two Shia civilians with a car bomb. 7/12/07 Iraq Karbala 4 2 Islamic terrorists attack a family car, killing four members. 7/12/07 Iraq Mosul 5 15 Jihadis car bomb and shoot five Iraqis to death. 7/12/07 Iraq Baghdad 28 0 Twenty-eight victims of sectarian violence between Shia and Sunni are found executed. 7/12/07 Thailand Narathiwat 2 0 Muslims shoot an elderly Buddhist couple to death as they are riding to a market. 7/12/07 Pakistan Miranshah 3 3 A Religion of Peace suicide bomber strolls into an office and kills three workers. 7/12/07 Lebanon Nahr al-Bared 4 9 Islamic militants kill four Lebanese soldiers. 7/12/07 Somalia Mogadishu 3 9 Three Somali civilians, including two construction workers are killed in separate attacks by Islamic grenade throwers. 7/12/07 Afghanistan Khost 6 0 Six Afghans are slaughtered when religious extremists attack their patrol. 7/12/07 Pakistan Swat 5 3 Five Pakistanis are killed in a suicide attack on a police vehicle. 7/12/07 Pakistan Spin Wam 1 0 al-Qaeda backed militants cut the head off of a civilian. 7/12/07 Thailand Pattani 1 0 Islamists slash the throat of a 29-year-old man and throw him into a river. 7/12/07 Iraq Tal Afar 7 4 A suicide bomber attacks a wedding, killing seven guest who try and stop him. 7/12/07 Thailand Narathiwat 1 0 Muslim radicals shoot a man, then set him on fire under a bridge. 7/11/07 Iraq Baghdad 32 17 Thirty victims of sectarian hatred within the Religion of Peace are found executed. 7/11/07 Iraq Garma 21 50 Two al-Qaeda suicide bombers attack a reconciliation meeting at a residence, then two others kill emergency responders. 7/11/07 Afghanistan Paktia 4 0 Religious extremists ambush and kill four Afghans. 7/11/07 Thailand Narathiwat 1 0 Islamists murder a rubber worker on his plantation. 7/11/07 Algeria Lakhdria 10 35 At least ten people are killed when a teenage suicide bomber detonates near a sports venue. 7/11/07 Somalia Mogadishu 7 4 Islamists kill civilians and police by throwing grenades into a market. 7/11/07 Philippines Al-Barka 1 0 Abu Sayyaf terrorists murder a civilian. 7/11/07 Thailand Narathiwat 1 0 A Buddhist civilian is murdered in a drive-by shooting attack by Muslim radicals. 7/11/07 Somalia Mogadishu 2 0 Two people are killed by an Islamist mortar attack. 7/11/07 Thailand Patani 1 0 A 58-year-old man is murdered by Muslim radicals as he tends his garden. 7/11/07 Algeria Tigzirt 1 1 Fundamentalists kill a security guard with a bomb. 7/10/07 Thailand Narathiwat 1 0 A village chief is ambushed and killed on the road by Muslim terrorists, as he is driving home football players. 7/10/07 Iraq Nasariyah 3 1 Three children die in separate Jihad attacks. 7/10/07 Iraq Tikrit 12 0 A dozen people are shot to death by Islamic terrorists. 7/10/07 Iraq Sherween 18 40 Eighteen villagers are killed when al-Qaeda militants stage an assault. 7/10/07 Philippines Basilan 14 9 Abu Sayyaf militants kill 14 members of a search party looking for a kidnapped priest. At least ten are beheaded. 7/10/07 Somalia Mogadishu 2 5 Two civilians are killed when a grenade is thrown into a busy marketplace. 7/10/07 Iraq Baghdad 26 15 Twenty-six people are killed in sectarian violence within the Religion of Peace. 7/10/07 Pakistan Kohat 1 11 Islamic militants kill one soldier at a checkpoint. 7/10/07 Thailand Yala 1 0 A 48-year-old Buddhist man is shot to death in his car by Muslim radicals. 7/10/07 Pal. Auth. Gaza 1 0 Hamas militants strangle a 31-year-old man. 7/10/07 Afghanistan Deh Rawud 17 30 A suicide bomber detonates at a market, killing seventeen innocents, including children. 7/9/07 Afghanistan Heart 4 12 A religious extremist opens fire inside an Afghan army camp, killing four people. 7/9/07 Iraq Baghdad 31 24 Various bombing and shooting attacks by Jihadis leave over thirty people dead. 7/9/07 Iraq Balad 9 20 A roadside bombing leaves nine Iraqis dead. 7/9/07 Pakistan Peshawar 3 1 Three Chinese motorcycle workers are shot to death by Islamic radicals. 7/9/07 Iraq Mada’en 12 0 A dozen workers at a Pepsi plant are abducted and slaughtered by Shia terrorists. 7/9/07 Somalia Beledweyne 1 0 Muslim gunmen kill a Doctors Without Borders physician. 7/9/07 Chechnya Vedeno 3 5 Mujahideen stop a Russian vehicle with a landmine, then shoot the occupants. 7/9/07 Iraq Ghazaliya 4 0 Four members of a family are kidnapped and strangled by Islamic terrorists. 7/9/07 Somalia Mogadishu 3 8 At least three civilians are killed when Islamists lob grenades into a market. 7/8/07 Somalia Mogadishu 1 0 Islamic gunmen shoot a policeman three times in the head. 7/8/07 Iraq Baghdad 2 0 The bodies of a husband and wife, kidnapped by al-Qaeda, surface with slit throats. 7/8/07 Iraq Baghdad 29 0 Twenty-nine bodies are found, victims of sectarian hatred within the Religion of Peace. 7/8/07 Iraq Baghdad 15 33 Three Jihad car bombings leave fifteen civilians dead. 7/8/07 Iraq Haswa 23 27 Two dozen young Iraqi police recruits are killed when Fedayeen suicide bombers ram into their truck. 7/8/07 Iraq Samawa 3 0 A woman and two children are killed when Islamic terrorists lob a mortar into their home. 7/8/07 Pakistan Islamabad 1 0 A Pakistani solider is killed by an Islamist sniper outside a mosque. 7/8/07 Pakistan Bajur 1 7 Islamic militants detonate a bomb under a police vehicle, killing one officer. 7/8/07 Afghanistan Kandahar 2 0 Two civilians are beheaded by the Taliban. 7/8/07 Pakistan Bannu 1 3 Islamic militants attack a security patrol with grenades. 7/7/07 Iraq Baghdad 19 0 Nineteen people are kidnapped and executed by Islamic terrorists. 7/7/07 Iraq Kirkuk 5 0 Five civilians are murdered by the Mujahideen in two separate attacks. 7/7/07 Iraq Mashahidah 8 0 Eight Iraqi soldiers are killed in a brutal and senseless attack on their checkpoint. 7/7/07 Iraq Tuz Khurmatu. 156 255 Sunnis launch a very successful attack against Shia civilians, blasting to death over one-hundred and fifty at an open-air market. 7/7/07 Iraq Khanaqeen 22 15 A Fedayeen suicide bomber kills two dozen innocents at a funeral. 7/7/07 Chechnya Grozny 2 1 A police officer and an engineer are killed in separate attacks by Jihadis. 7/7/07 Afghanistan Kunar 1 8 A 10-year-old boy is killed when Islamic terrorists fire a rocket into his home. 7/7/07 Afghanistan Kandahar 6 0 Six Afghan police are ambushed and killed by the Taliban. 7/7/07 Afghanistan Uruzgan 1 0 Religious extremists kidnap a man from his home and then shoot him to death. 7/6/07 Iraq Ahmad Maref, 26 33 Islamic terrorists send a suicide bomber into a market, killing over two dozen shoppers. 7/6/07 Pakistan Dir 4 1 A suicide bomber on a bicycle kills four Pakistani soldiers. 7/6/07 Pakistan North Waziristan 2 4 An attack by radical Islamists leaves at least two tribesmen dead. 7/6/07 Pakistan Islamabad 2 0 Two students are executed by mosque radicals over their plans to surrender to police. 7/6/07 Iraq Mahmudiya 3 0 Two people are tortured to death by the Mujahideen. A child is killed in a separate attack in Umm Hilayil 7/6/07 Iraq Tikrit 7 9 Sunni gunmen attack the home of a peaceful Sheikh, killing seven members of his family. 7/6/07 Somalia Mogadishu 1 0 A government official is assassinated by members of an Islamic militia. 7/6/07 Thailand Yala 1 0 An elderly rubber worker is murdered by Muslim extremists. 7/6/07 Somalia Afgoi 1 0 A bus station guard is shot to death by Islamic gunmen. 7/6/07 Iraq Mosul 2 0 A Kurdish married couple is shot to death by Sunni terrorists. 7/6/07 Somalia Huriwa 4 6 Islamists kill four more children with a roadside bomb. 7/6/07 Somalia Mogadishu 5 0 Five children are killed when a landmine planted by Islamic militias explodes. 7/6/07 Thailand Pattani 1 0 A 50-year-old Buddhist woman is shot to death by Islamists in her store. 7/5/07 Thailand Narathiwat 1 0 A 32-year-old rubber worker is shot to death by Islamic militants. 7/5/07 Afghanistan Zherai 2 0 Religious extremists hang two men ‘before the public.’ 7/5/07 Iraq Baghdad 24 4 Sectarian Jihadis kidnap and execute two dozen dead Iraqis. 7/5/07 Somalia Bossaso 1 0 A government employee is gunned down at a restaurant. 7/5/07 Iran Takestan 1 0 Authorities stone a man to death for adultery. 7/5/07 Algeria Tizi Ouzou 1 0 An Algerian soldier is killed by a remote-controlled bomb planted by fundamentalists. 7/5/07 Afghanistan Spin Boldak 8 11 A suicidal Sunni rams an Afghan convoy with an explosives-laden car, killing eight. 7/5/07 Thailand Narathiwat 1 0 A civilian is gunned down by militant Muslims. 7/5/07 Iraq Baghdad 18 30 Eighteen people at a wedding party are blown to bits by Sunni car bombers. 7/4/07 Iraq Baghdad 23 9 A woman and her daughter, and two journalists, are among two dozen people murdered by Islamic terrorists in various attacks. 7/4/07 Pakistan Bannu 11 6 Two children are among eleven people killed when a suicide car bomber rams into a group of vehicles. 7/4/07 Pakistan Swat 1 4 Pro-Taliban militants fire a rocket into a police station, killing one officer. 7/4/07 Pal. Auth. Gaza 1 0 A civilian is killed in a shootout between two Islamist groups. 7/4/07 Iraq Baiji 7 18 Sunnis bomb a restaurant, killing seven people. 7/4/07 Afghanistan Kandahar 7 0 Six Canadians and one Afghan are killed by a roadside bomb planted by religious extremists. 7/4/07 Pakistan Swat 4 2 Four civilians are killed when a Muslim terrorist tosses a grenade onto a city street. 7/4/07 Pakistan Charbagh 1 0 al-Qaeda militants gun down a policeman on his way to work. 7/4/07 India Kupwara 1 0 A man is killed in a Mujahideen landmine attack. 7/4/07 Iraq Mosul 2 0 Islamists abduct and murder two members of a religious minority sect. 7/4/07 Iraq Ramadi 14 17 Fourteen innocents are blown to bits by Jihadi car bombers. 7/3/07 Thailand Narathiwat 1 0 A young woman is shot to death by Muslims as she is picking up food for her mother. 7/3/07 India Rajouri 1 1 Hizb-ul-Mujahideen terrorists attack a security patrol, killing one member. 7/3/07 Iraq Baghdad 18 40 Sunni bombers send eighteen market-goers straight to Allah, while leaving another forty in agony. 7/3/07 Iraq Baghdad 24 4 Three sewer workers and two gardeners are among two dozen people killed in random Jihad attacks. 7/3/07 Pakistan Islamabad 3 0 A Pakistani soldier, businessman and a cameraman are shot to death by student radicals at a madrassah. 7/2/07 Iraq Baghdad 26 18 Sectarian terror attacks between Sunnis and Shias leave over two dozen dead. 7/2/07 Thailand Narathiwat 1 0 A 28-year-old villager is shot to death by Islamists. 7/2/07 Thailand Yala 1 0 Muslim radicals murder a 47-year-old rubber tapper on his way to work. 7/2/07 Pakistan Mir Ali 1 1 al-Qaeda backed militants kill a Pakistani who resists kidnapping. 7/2/07 Iraq Baghdad 9 33 Sunni radicals car bomb a Shia neighborhood, sending at least nine innocents to Allah. 7/2/07 Afghanistan Kandahar 7 0 Seven Afghan cops are blown to bits by a Taliban roadside bombing. 7/2/07 Yemen Marib 10 8 Eight Spanish tourists and their two drivers are murdered by an al-Qaeda suicide bomber, who rams into their convoy. 7/2/07 Somalia Horuwa 1 0 Two militant Muslims corner and gun down a government official. 7/2/07 Afghanistan Khost 1 1 An education director is gunned down by religious extremists. 7/1/07 Chechnya Grozny 2 2 A landmine attack kills two Russians. 7/1/07 Iraq Baghdad 18 12 A suicide bombing and other Jihad attacks account for fifteen dead Iraqis. 7/1/07 Iraq Mosul 19 0 At least nineteen bodies surface around the country of civilians kidnapped and executed by the Mujahideen. 7/1/07 Afghanistan Helmand 1 4 A British soldier is killed by a suicide bomber. 7/1/07 Thailand Pattani 1 2 A woman is killed, and two other people injured when Islamic gunmen fire into a Buddhist tea shop. 7/1/07 Thailand Pattani 1 2 Muslim terrorists fire on a group of young students, killing a 58-year-old teacher and injuring two boys, ages 9 and 11. 7/1/07 Iraq Ramadi 7 20 Seven Iraqi police are killed in separate suicide attacks by Fedayeen. 6/30/07 Iraq Asiriya 2 12 Two children are killed, and a dozen more injured, when Jihadis mortar a soccer field. 6/30/07 Iraq Baghdad 16 8 Sixteen Iraqis are murdered in various sectarian attacks. 6/30/07 Iraq Ferris 40 0 Children are beheaded as al-Qaeda massacres an entire village of Iraqis . 6/30/07 Chechnya Vedeno 1 2 Holy Warriors ambush a security patrol, killing one member. 6/30/07 Iraq Fallujah 4 0 Four people are beheaded by Islamic terrorists. 6/30/07 Thailand Yala 1 0 Islamic militants murder a 53-year-old man. 6/30/07 Scotland Glasgow 0 5 Hoping for mass casualties, Islamic radicals ram a car filled with gas canisters into the main entrance of an airport. 6/30/07 Somalia Mogadishu 1 0 Islamic militias assassinate a government official. 6/30/07 Iraq Muqdadiyah 25 22 A suicidal Sunni sends over two-dozen innocent people to the grave with a market blast. 6/30/07 India Pulwama 1 0 A civilian is abducted and murdered by the Mujahideen. 6/29/07 Pakistan FATA Region 1 0 An Afghan civilian is kidnapped and beheaded by Islamic militants. 6/29/07 Afghanistan Khost 1 0 Religious extremists kidnap and behead a language interpreter. 6/29/07 Iraq Mishada 8 5 A Fedayeen suicide bomber murders eight Iraqis. 6/29/07 Iraq Baghdad 15 11 At least three women are among fifteen people shot to death or blown up by Muslim terrorists. 6/29/07 Iraq Kut 11 1 A university professor is shot several time in the head and neck. Ten others are also murdered by Muslim terrorists. 6/29/07 Pakistan Larkana 2 0 A man shoots his wife and sister-in-law to death in an ‘honor killing.’ 6/29/07 Pakistan Tirah 1 0 Laskhar-i-Islam militants stone a man to death. 6/29/07 Iraq Mosul 3 0 Three women are murdered by Islamic gunmen. 6/28/07 Afghanistan Paktika 1 8 An 18-year-old Afghan civilian is killed by a Fedayeen suicide bomber. 6/28/07 Somalia Mogadishu 2 4 Islamic terrorists target a security convoy along a busy road, killing two members. 6/28/07 Afghanistan Kabul 3 8 Two American civilians and an Afghan woman are killed by a Fedayeen suicide bomber. 6/28/07 Thailand Yala 2 0 Two teenagers are shot to death by Muslim terrorists. 6/28/07 Iraq Baghdad 30 34 Several mortar attacks and shootings leave thirty Iraqis dead at the hands of Islamic terrorists. 6/28/07 Thailand Songkhla 1 0 A 51-year-old village guard is shot to death by Jihadis as he is returning home. 6/28/07 India Pulwama 1 16 Lashkar-e-Toiba militants attack a security patrol, killing one member. 6/28/07 India Ramban 1 0 A civilian is abducted and beheaded by the Religion of Peace. 6/28/07 Iraq Baghdad 25 50 Sunni radicals blow twenty-five innocent people to Allah at a bus stop. 6/27/07 Thailand Yala 3 17 Muslims kill three people at a market, by hiding a bomb in a basket. 6/27/07 Iraq Mosul 2 0 Two Christians are murdered by Sunni radicals. 6/27/07 Somalia El-Berde 2 0 Two humanitarian workers, one a doctor, are brutally gunned down. 6/27/07 Somalia Mogadishu 2 2 Two civilians are killed when Muslim terrorists toss a grenade into a market. 6/27/07 Somalia Bardhere 1 1 The driver of a vehicle is killed in a bombing attack by Muslim militants. 6/27/07 Iraq Al Khalis 19 28 Islamic terrorists barrage a residential area with mortars, killing at least nineteen innocents. 6/27/07 Iraq Baghdad 21 0 Twenty-one victims of sectarian violence between Sunni and Shia are found bound and executed. 6/27/07 Iraq Baghdad 10 24 Islamic terrorists set off two car bombs, killing ten people. 6/27/07 Iraq Samarrah 11 6 Eleven Iraqis are killed in at least two separate Jihad attack, here and in Kirukuk. 6/26/07 Somalia Mogadishu 6 9 Five cleaning women are among six killed by an Islamic bomb. 6/26/07 Iraq Basra 1 0 A religious cleric is gunned down by Muslim rivals. 6/26/07 India Pulwama 1 0 Militant Islamists abduct a constable from his home and behead him. 6/26/07 Somalia Mogadishu 1 3 Islamists detonate a roadside bomb, killing one bystander. 6/26/07 Thailand Pattani 1 4 A Muslim radical calmly fires into a Buddhist tea shop, killing at least one patron. 6/26/07 Bangladesh Nilphamari 0 10 Ten Christian converts from Islam are savagely beaten by a Muslim mob. 6/25/07 Iraq Baghdad 12 21 A Fedayeen bomber blasts a dozen people at a peace and reconciliation conference to death. 6/25/07 Lebanon Nahr al-Bared 2 0 A soldier and a civilian are killed by a Fatah al-Islam sniper. 6/25/07 Iraq Baghdad 16 3 Jihadis rack up sixteen dead Iraqis in various attacks. 6/25/07 Thailand Narathiwat 2 0 Two middle-aged men are gunned down in separate attacks by Muslim radicals. 6/25/07 Iraq Baiji 27 62 Suicide bombers ram an explosives-laden truck into a gate, killing over two dozen innocents in the blast. 6/25/07 India Doda 2 14 The Mujahideen toss a grenade into a bus stand, killing two people. 6/25/07 Somalia Hurwa 2 2 A woman and a man are killed when Islamic militias slam a rocket into their house. 6/25/07 Iraq Mosul 3 42 Three civilians are killed when Islamic terrorists bomb a residential area. 6/24/07 Lebanon Dardara 6 2 Militant Islamists kill six UN Peacekeepers with a powerful suicide bomb. 6/24/07 Thailand Pattani 2 0 Two elderly Buddhist brothers are murdered by radical Muslims, who then burn their bodies. 6/24/07 Iraq Baghdad 14 6 The head of a children’s hospital is among fourteen people murdered by Islamic terrorists. 6/24/07 Thailand Narathiwat 2 0 Two Thai rangers are shot by Islamic terrorists while riding motorcycles. 6/24/07 Iraq Balad 1 0 Fundamentalists assassinate a feminist. 6/24/07 Somalia Mogadishu 2 0 A man and a woman are shot to death by a suspected Muslim militant. 6/24/07 Iraq Khalis 3 3 Islamic terrorists kill three girls and injure their mother and father in a bomb attack on the family vehicle. 6/24/07 Iraq Mosul 2 0 Two women, including a female journalist, are gunned down by Muslim radicals. 6/24/07 Afghanistan Kandahar 3 2 Religious extremists attack a police station, killing three Afghans. 6/23/07 Afghanistan Helmand 2 0 Two Estonian mine-sweepers are killed in a Taliban rocket strike. 6/23/07 Pakistan Karam Kot 4 1 Four Pakistani troops are killed when terrorists bomb their vehicle. 6/23/07 Iraq Baghdad 18 2 Sectarian Jihadis rack up eighteen dead Iraqis in various attacks. 6/23/07 Iraq Hillah 2 18 Two people are killed in an Islamic terrorist car bombing. 6/23/07 Lebanon Nahr el-Bared 3 0 Three Lebanese troops are killed by a Fatah al-Islam bomb. 6/23/07 Thailand Narathiwat 1 0 A 42-year-old Buddhist laborer is brutally killed and then set on fire by Muslim terrorists. 6/23/07 Somalia Mogadishu 1 0 A off-duty cop is gunned down by an Islamist. 6/23/07 Iraq Kufa 2 0 Muslim terrorists shoot a married couple to death. 6/22/07 Algeria Bouira 2 1 Two security guards are killed by two homemade bombs. 6/22/07 Pakistan Bannu 1 30 Radical Muslims attempt to attack a religious festival with small-arms fire and a grenade. One guard is killed. 6/22/07 India Doda 1 0 The Mujahideen abduct and kill a civilian. 6/22/07 Thailand Yala 2 5 Muslim bombers target a Buddhist-owned teashop, killing three innocents. 6/22/07 Thailand Yala 3 10 Three young boys are shot full of holes in the name of Allah at a tea shop. 6/22/07 Thailand Yala 1 0 A 16-year-old Buddhist girl is shot to death by radical Muslims. 6/22/07 Pakistan Khar 1 0 Islamic extremists behead a man, then attach a note to the body. 6/22/07 Iraq Fallujah 5 57 A store bombing and a suicide attack on a telecom company net five dead Iraqis for freedom-fighting terrorists. Stop apologizing to Muslims. Tell them to take responsibility and stop the violence. Source: