Sunday, March 3, 2013

News from the muzzie front

Nice enough body count today.  Cult members are happily killing each other and as far as this particular infidel is concerned.... it bothers me none.   YUK YUK  HAHAHAHA

From Worldnews:
An explosion rocked a Shiite section of Pakistan's largest city Sunday, killing 25 people and wounding dozens, according to officials and local television reports.
Two-bomb laden vehicles exploded in a residential area of Karachi and local officials believe more victims may be trapped in the rubble.........

From BokhdiNewsAgency:
...Taliban chief of operations  in E-Afghanistan killed.  Officials in eatern Afghanistan confirmed the death of Mulavi Dost Mohammad, the Taliban chief of operations at the early hours of Saturday.
An official from Afghan and NATO forces Military Coordination Office told Bokhdi News Agency that Dost Mohammad along with his four colleagues have been killed in drone strike Saturday.
He was killed in Ghazi district of Kunar province at 7:00 am. 
According to The Afghan and NATO Military coordination office, Akhtar Mohammad, Nematullah Haidari who was Dost Mohammad`s relative and two other Taliban high commanders were also killed in attack.  
Dost Mohammad was responsible for equipping Taliban fighters and the group`s shadow governor in Nuristan province.

ABCNews reporting:
Chad's military chief  announced late Saturday that his troops deployed in northern Mali had killed Moktar Belmoktar, the terrorist who orchestrated the attack on a natural gas plant in Algeria that left 36 foreigners dead..........

From RTNews
Assad lashes at UK’s ‘shallow and immature  rhetoric’ towards Syria.  For centuries UK has been playing an “unconstructive role” and meddling with the affairs in the region, the Syrian president said in a rare interview. His remarks come amid pledges of direct “non-lethal” aid to the armed Syrian rebels from the UK and US.
Syrians do not believe that London can play a role in resolving the conflict unless their rhetoric changes, Assad said in an interview with The Sunday Times, adding that one “cannot separate the role from the credibility, and you cannot separate the credibility from the history of that country.”..........

From NBCNews:
....Syria and Iran on Saturday condemned a move by the United States to give non-lethal aid to rebels fighting to topple Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, accusing Washington of double standards.
"I do not understand how the United States can give support to groups that kill the Syrian people," Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem said at a news conference in Tehran with Ali Akbar Salehi, Iran's foreign minister.
"This is nothing but a double-standard policy ... One who seeks a political solution does not punish the Syrian people."......

From JPost:
....Four stray Syrian mortar shells landed in Israeli territory on the Golan Heights on Saturday, marking the second time in days that Syrian fire crossed the northern border.
There were no injuries or damage sustained in the incident........

From TheNational:
...From paying parking tickets to passing university exams, 20-somethings here say that getting things done in Kuwait often requires battling a sclerotic, bloated government machine that favours personal connections over fairness.
Patience is wearing thin among university graduates and young professionals. And as opposition forces have taken to the streets in recent months, youth have been front and centre, arguing for a way to introduce meritocracy into a system that values family names more than diplomas.
Many of the young protesters just want their country - on the most basic level - to work. And with more than half the population younger than 25, their calls for legalised political parties and an elected government are getting louder....

From WashingtonPost:
...A senior Bahrain prosecutor says   an appeals court has overturned the acquittal and sentenced the daughter of a jailed opposition leader to three months in prison.
Zainab al-Khawaja was convicted of insulting a public employee.
The decision is the latest in a series of charges against her related to protests calling for the release of her father, Abdulhadi al-Khawaja, who is among eight opposition figures sentenced to life imprisonment.
Bahrain’s majority Shiites have led a more than 2-year uprising seeking a greater political voice in the Sunni-ruled Gulf kingdom, which is home to the U.S. Navy’s 5th Fleet......

From FoxNews:
....Al Qaeda has established a vast mountain stronghold in Mali's lawless north, launching attacks and then melting into the rugged hills, which they vow will become an Afghanistan-style quagmire for North African governments and Western militaries, according to experts.
Like Tora Bora, the mountain labyrinth in Afghanistan where Al Qaeda evaded Western militaries for years under Usama bin Laden, Mali's Tigharghar Mountain chain allows terrorists to strike within the region and then vanish when pursued, according to a new report by Stratfor, a Texas-based intelligence firm. Caves, tunnels and land mines have made the jagged mountains an impenetrable safe haven for the terrorists, who authorities say were behind last month's attack on an Algerian gas plant and yesterday's car bombing that killed six in Kidal, a key city in northern Mali.....

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