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"The Internet is used to inspire and mobilize local terrorists ... functioning as a virtual training camp. Each member state shall take the necessary measures to ensure that terrorist-linked offenses include ... public provocation to commit a te

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USA Today

Makeshift bomb attacks by insurgents — common in Iraq and Afghanistan — are on the rise in other countries, prompting concerns by military experts that the tactic is becoming the weapon of choice by terror groups worldwide. [Bush's legacy.]

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LA Times

If Al Qaeda strikes the West in the coming months, it's likely the mastermind will be a stocky Egyptian explosives expert with two missing fingers. His alias is Abu Ubaida al Masri. Hardly anyone has heard of him outside a select circle of anti-t

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Federation of American Scientists

Here's the captured documents recently released showing the lack of links between Saddam Hussian and Al-Qaeda. It comes in 5 volumes, along with Dept of Defense's report on these same documents.

Entered By:
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What we tolerate, we become. Our government, in the name of our country and our citizens, has become as the rogue nations and those behaviors we profess to reject.

News Link • Global Reported By Christine -
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Miami Herald

The Pentagon has decided to let ECs, or enemy combatants, do it too -- phone home. The Department of Defense has approved a policy to let some of the 275 war-on-terror detainees [the worst of the worst] speak by phone with family.

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A real war hero???? See what the Vets have to say about it and also see how the hero McCain treats a lady questioning the Senate for their refusal to fund efforts to search for Vietnam MIA/POWs. How deep does the Rabbit Hole go?

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DNN (kudos Tyger)

An English travel agent had 80 websites blacklisted by the United States government. The Treasury Department ordered [the ISP] eNom to disable Marshall’s tourism sites because they helped Americans evade travel restrictions to Cuba.

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MSNBC / James Popkin

The Department of Homeland Security is reminding law-enforcement officials of the increased use of female suicide bombers worldwide, and warning that women might hide explosives in devices “that mimic the look of a pregnant woman.”

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