Labels: Hezbollah» Hizbullah» Hizzbollah» Lebanon» UN 1701
and of course this will be all Israel's fault when it attempts to take out missiles launched at it's civilians....
Lebanon's new government Wednesday endorsed Hizbullah's right to keep its weapons, the latest sign that the group has no intention of meeting a UN resolution calling for it to disarm.
A United Nations resolution that ended the Second Lebanon War calls on the group to disarm.
Hizbullah leader Sheik Hassan Nasrallah said recently that his group has replenished its weapons stock since 2006 and now has more than 30,000 rockets, which he said can strike virtually anywhere in Israel.
This now means that in the next war no targets are off limits to Israeli forces. Hizzbollah has joined the government and thus Lebanon is open to full responsibility. Note also that Hizzbollah has now also placed Lebanon, as a country, in violation of UN 1701. Finally Hizzbollah has threatened Israel again and indicated that Israel is occupying Arab lands. Iran is the patron of these developments-this story continues to emerge.
United Nations Security Council Resolution 1701 is a resolution that was intended to resolve the 2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict.
It was unanimously approved by the United Nations Security Council on 11 August 2006. The Lebanese cabinet, which includes two members of Hezbollah, unanimously approved the resolution on 12 August 2006. On the same day, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah said that his militia would honor the call for a ceasefire. He also said that once the Israeli offensive stops, Hezbollah's rocket attacks on Israel would stop. On 13 August the Israeli Cabinet voted 24-0 in favor of the resolution, with one abstention. The ceasefire began on Monday, 14 August 2006 at 8 AM local time, after increased attacks by both sides.
Labels: Chicken Little» Climategate» Global Warming
Absent that proof, everything they represent—including the thousands of jobs they provide—vanishes. This is what's known as a vested interest, and vested interests are an enemy of sound science.
According to one of the documents leaked from his center, between 2000 and 2006 Mr. Jones was the recipient (or co-recipient) of some $19 million worth of research grants, a sixfold increase over what he'd been awarded in the 1990s.
Why did the money pour in so quickly? Because the climate alarm kept ringing so loudly: The louder the alarm, the greater the sums. And who better to ring it than people like Mr. Jones, one of its likeliest beneficiaries?
some brave people (not me I was a believer in global warming), were not afraid to question the evidence. thanks to them we now realize that CAP and TRADE was a scam that we were all confused into believing. this isn't the little boy who cried wolf... this was a concerted effort to bilk the public of their money for greedy purposed.
"The SKY is falling"... er warming... indeed it wasn't. hard lesson learned. for former liberals such as myself
The attack took place on October 25. A female terrorist in her 20s pulled out a knife she had been hiding in her clothes and stabbed one of the security guard at the checkpoint in his lower abdomen.
The two-minute video shows the guards checking the woman's items in an x-ray machine. When shift their gaze from her for a moment, she seizes the opportunity to quickly pull out a knife and attack.
Labels: Cyber Jihad
The Jawa Report is right on this. It makes no sense for security reasons to censor them. We should allow them to flourish so that it can be surveillanced... and also document the surveillance to create fear among the perpetrators.
MEMRI: Shutting Down Cyber Jihad Really Not All that Hardand here they are!
Salafi-jihadi forums are Al-Faluja, Shabakat Ansar Al-Mujahideen, Shabakat Al-Tahadi Al-Islamiyya, Shumukh Al-Islam, Shabakat Hanein, Shabakat Al-Mujahideen Al-Electroniyya, Mutadayat Al-Boraq Al-Islamiyya, and Ma'arik Islamic Network
A new report by MEMRI boils down the cyber jihad to five major sites. Shut these guys down and you've effectively killed the head of the beast. These are the five sites used by the actual terrorists to communicate with their cyber fans.Currently, fewer than five forums are used by jihad media companies as a direct channel for disseminating their products (e.g., jihad films, texts, and audios). Moreover, only half a dozen Islamist forums attract multi-participant discussion among jihadists and jihad sympathizers worldwide. Most jihad cyber domains initiate very little, if any, original discussion, primarily reposting material from popular jihad forums. Hence, disabling the few prominent domains could seriously cripple Islamists' ability to conduct mass online discussions, and could also hamper the rapid spread of jihad material in cyberspace. Two things to note. First, of the five forums let me give a shout out to the akhi at Hanein and Ansar. You know who you are.
The most popular Salafi-jihadi forums are Al-Faluja, Shabakat Ansar Al-Mujahideen, Shabakat Al-Tahadi Al-Islamiyya, Shumukh Al-Islam, Shabakat Hanein, Shabakat Al-Mujahideen Al-Electroniyya, Mutadayat Al-Boraq Al-Islamiyya, and Ma'arik Islamic Network. Of these forums and websites, five are hosted by Western hosting companies.
Second, we love MEMRI, so we'll overlook the fact that they get a few details wrong. Like, that RIPE is not a host. As our own Black Flag put this in an email:
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but the Third Intifada pages are OK?
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