Foreign Muslim Extremists Heading for Pakistan

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New strategies emerging from Muslim terrorists. From Foreign Muslim Extremists Heading for Pakistan: American military and intelligence officials say there has been an increase in recent months in the number of foreign fighters who have traveled to Pakistan’s tribal areas to join with militants there. The flow may reflect a change that is making Pakistan, not Iraq, the preferred destination for some Sunni extremists seeking to take up arms against the West. “There are noticeably more non-Pashtun-speaking fighters than this time last year,” said Gen. David D. McKiernan, the new NATO commander in neighboring Afghanistan.

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Saddam’s Terror Links

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Saddam Hussein’s filthy tentacles of death were world-wide. He funded Muslim terror and worked with the detestable Yasser Arafat, in order to kill Jews and other non-Muslims all over the globe. From Saddam’s Terror Links: A new Pentagon report suggests that Iraq’s links to world-wide terror networks, including al-Qaeda, were far more extensive than previously understood. Throughout the 1990s, the Iraqi Intelligence Service (IIS) cooperated with Hamas; the Palestine Liberation Front, which maintained a Baghdad office; Force 17, Yasser Arafat’s private army; and others. The IIS gave commando training for members of Egyptian Islamic Jihad, the organization that assassinated Anwar

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NYC Police Probe Times Square Explosion

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Now I know why I see – and continue to hear – black helicopters above. From NYC Police Probe Times Square Explosion: An explosive device caused minor damage to an empty military recruiting station in Times Square early Thursday, shaking guests in hotel rooms high above “the crossroads of the world.”Police blocked off the area to investigate the explosion, which occurred at about 3:45 a.m., shattering the station’s glass entryway. No one was injured. “If it is something that’s directed toward American troops than it’s something that’s taken very seriously and is pretty unfortunate,” said Army Capt. Charlie Jaquillard, who

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