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Russians capture and destroy another pirate ship - graphic video

Yesterday on Tuesday 27 April at 1812 Moscow time the large antisubmarine ship Admiral Panteleyev captured a pirate ship off of Somalia according to the Ministry of Defense The capture took place at 1812 Moscow time and took place about 15 miles from shore Inspection of the vessel revealed seven Kalashnikovs, pistols, aluminum boarding ladders, navigation equipment, including satellite navigation, fuel cans and ammunition Twenty nine were detained [flash=640x385]http://wwwyout

Muslim scholars don't like airport scanners issue a fatwa against them

A group of Muslim scholars says it supports airline safety, but it is "deeply concerned" about the use of airport scanners that show nude images of the human body, and are supporting a fatwa forbidding Muslims from going through full body scanners Unfortunately its because of Islamic terrorism that such draconian systems have to be used at all A fatwa actually solves all the problems with airport scanners If Muslims don't fly, terrorism won't occur [quote]The Fiqh Council of North

The capture of the North Korean weapons plane may damage a $1 Billion trade

The detention in Thailand of a cargo plane transporting weapons to Iran and the arrest of its crew may prove to be a disaster for illegal North Korean Arms industry According to the Wall St Journal newspaper, a flight plan for the aircraft showed that after Bangkok it was due to make refuelling stops in Sri Lanka, the United Arab Emirates and Ukraine before going on to Tehran where it would unload its cargo Related Links The details of the flight plan are included in a joint draft rep

Deadly Vanguards: A Study of al Qaeda Violence Against Muslims - military study

This newly released study of the effect of Al Qaeda’s violence against Muslims provides an interesting glimpse into Muslim on Muslim violence in the Middle East The vast majority of al Qaeda’s victims are Muslims, only 15% of the fatalities resulting from al Qaeda attacks between 2004 and 2008 were Westerners The results show that non Westerners are much more likely to be killed in an al Qaeda attack From 2004 to 2008, only 15% percent of the 3,010 victims were Western During the mo

Taliban demands Pakistan press stops calling them terrorists - or they will blow them up

Top security sources have said offices of private TV channels, the National Press Club in Islamabad, other press clubs across the country and offices of the print media are likely to be the next target of terrorists Looks like the media are in the sights of the Taliban There is some for of blinkered violence that seems purely Islamic, like the riots that killed people over the statement that Islam was not a religion of peace A senior security official told Online that a TTP commander’s

Russia is genuinely concerned that America is losing it in Afghanistan

Russia is worried that a NATO and America pull out in Afghanistan will leave Moscow alone, as it tries to stop the spread of Islamic militants into Central Asia and even Russia itself Russia is allowing US military equipment destined for Afghanistan to pass through Russian airspace without charging a transit fee, thereby saving the Pentagon an estimated $133 million per year Some in Washington and other Western capitals hope Moscow’s stance is a harbinger of broader US-Russian cooperation

Sunni Muslims: Having nuclear weapons is a religious obligation

Sunni Muslim leaders have authorized Islamic states to acquire nuclear weapons The Islamic Ruling Committee in Al Azhar, based in Cairo, ruled that Islamic states must acquire nuclear weapons for their defense The committee is regarded as the highest authority for Sunni Muslims in the Middle East, according to Middle East Newsline "The acquisition of modern nuclear weaponry is a religious obligation," the committee said in a statement on Dec 23 The statement came in response to

Two potential car bombers arrested while trying to blow up buildings in the USA

Here is something you don't read in the mainstream news Two potential bombers have been arrested by the FBI in separate stings when trying to blow up buildings Thankfully their munitions had been replaced by fakes September 24, 2009 The FBI has made two arrests in the last 48 hours in separate undercover operations in which would-be bombers were given fake explosives which they proceeded to try to detonate near major buildings Below are excerpts from FBI press releases Springfield

Someone is systematically hunting down al-Qaida around the world and have scored another kill

Unknown foreign troops in helicopters opened fire on a car on Monday killing Kenya-born Saleh Ali Saleh Nabhan, a terrorist wanted over the 2002 bombing of the Israeli-owned Paradise Hotel in Mumbasa and simultaneous, botched missile attack on an Israeli airliner leaving Kenya's Mombasa airport A senior Somali government source told the news agency that the fugitive had been in a car with other senior Islamist gunmen when they were attacked near a village in Barawe District, 250 km south o

Eight KM long convoy with 116 vehicles drive 70km to resupply bases in Afghanistan

A convoy stretching for eight kilometers and consisting of more than one hundred UK, US and Afghan National Army vehicles set off recently to resupply coalition bases in northern Helmand The 116-vehicle convoy, one of the biggest to ever leave Camp Bastion, was travelling a dangerous 70km to bases in the Sangin Valley via the outskirts of Gereshk and then off-road through open desert Captain Gareth Lowe, the Operations Officer for Camp Bastion's Close Support Logistic Regiment, said:

How to destroy the USA with just one bomb, that you would never notice going off

Forget getting attacked with nuclear weapons, one single Electromagnetic Pulse bomb detonated 200 miles above the earth would destroy every electronic device in America EMP is not normally addressed when talking about nuclear attack because most strikes are planned as low-air bursts where most of the energy, EMP included, goes straight into the ground and flattens the target in between In such scenarios, electrical systems would be disabled by EMP, though few would notice because most pe

US Patrol ambushes Taleban - for a change

An American platoon surprised an armed Taliban column on a forested ridgeline at night, and killed at least 13 insurgents, and perhaps many more, with rifles, machine guns, Claymore mines, hand grenades and a knife The one-sided fight, fought on the slopes of the same mountain where a Navy Seal patrol was surrounded in 2005 and a helicopter with reinforcements was shot down, does not change the war It was one of hundreds of firefights that have occurred in the Korangal Valley, an isolated

130 Taleban dead after massive battle - video

A force of 700 troops from 42 Commando along with Danish and Afghan troops swooped on the Taliban base of Marjah in a helicopter air assault that took three waves to offload the men With Marjah a main base for processing opium and training forces, the enemy put up a fierce fight as the commandos swept through a network of mud brick compounds Fighting was at very close quarters with troops using pistols, machine guns and in one instance a £49,000 Javelin rocket to take out the enemy

Iran trying to ship massive amounts of weapons to Hamas

US and Egyptian warships were scouring the Gulf of Aden and Red Sea to waylay an Iranian freighter carrying scores of heavy rockets for delivery to Hamas They were acting on intelligence that a ship loaded with an estimated 60 tons of arms to replenish Hamas' depleted war stocks had set out from the Iranian Persian Gulf port of Bandar Abbas on Jan 17 The arms-smuggling vessel started its voyage as the Iran-Hedayat and changed its name in mid sea to Famagustus registered to Panama The ca

Air marshall exam drops shooting component

Becoming an air marshal is getting easier, no weapons testing, no deep background tests, and often few chances to actually work Its a messed up system that's failing everyone For years, the government touted federal air marshals as the best of the best — an "elite corps" of undercover officers trained to stop hijackings on commercial flights But today, after rushing to hire thousands of new marshals, the program is so beset with problems that sources say at least 80 marshals have
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