The time has arrived where we must understand the realities of the dark forces amongst us.
Oct 29, 5:45 PM EDT
Israel and Gaza militants exchange fire, 8 killed http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/M/ ... 9-17-45-33
Islamic Jihad released footage of rockets being launched Saturday from the backs of pickup trucks. The group said this is the first time they are using this system as opposed to firing them from launchers on the ground.
Oct 29, 5:05 PM EDT
Militants: Somali-American bombed AU base http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/A/ ... 9-17-05-20
The attack underscored the militants' ability to carry out complex and deadly operations even after AU troops forced them from most of Mogadishu and a famine in their strongholds weakened their forces.
Earlier this month, Kenya sent troops into Somalia following a string of cross-border attacks and kidnappings [>] blamed on Somali gunmen and militants battling Somalia's weak, U.N.[= Superpower]-backed government.
Oct 29, 6:00 PM EDT
Tenn. protesters to defy curfew a 3rd time http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/ ... 9-18-00-10
"My heart has been here all along, but the arrests gave me the momentum to come," said Vicki Metzgar, 61, director of a Nashville Public Schools science and math initiative.
"This [plaza] belongs to us, not the politicians."
KCNA Commentary on By-election to Local Self-governing Bodies in S. Koreahttp://www.kcna.co.jp/index-e.htm
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The Grand National Party of south Korea suffered bitter defeat in the by-election to local self-governing bodies on Wednesday.
A candidate from the camp for democratic reform won the Seoul mayoralty called "junior presidency" in the by-election to fill up 30 odd vacancies.
He gained 53.4 percent of the vote to defeat his rival from the GNP who garnered 46.2 percent.
The GNP clan employed every possible form of tactics to win in the Seoul mayoral race, seen as a key test of voter sentiment ahead of parliamentary and presidential elections next year, but in vain.
It was defeated in the election to local autonomous bodies last year and the by-election in April this year.
Terrorist Groups Kill Azzam Sawwaf, Attack State Workers in Idleb
Oct 29, 2011http://www.sana.sy/eng/337/2011/10/29/378702.htm
An armed terrorist group on Saturday killed the young man Azzam Sawwaf and seriously wounded his brother Ammar as they were harvesting olives in Meri'yan village in Jabal al-Zawiya area in Idleb province, northern Syria.
Azzam's father said in an interview to the Syrian TV that fifteen minutes after his sons went to their olive farm, he and his nephews heard gunfire. "We called them on their mobile phones, but they didn't answer…when my nephews went there, they saw Azzam shot dead and Ammar lying seriously injured."
Azzam's father confirmed that it was the gunmen in the village who attacked his sons because they had refused to work with them.
Governorates of Syriahttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Governorates_of_Syria
Occupy San Francisco: the teenager who was refused cancer treatment
Friday 28 October 2011 17.47 EDT http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/oc ... er-patient
Treatment would require a bone marrow transplant and extensive radiation therapy and chemotherapy, at a cost of several hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Coming from an ordinary middle-class background, her family has no way of paying for the surgery that would save her life
Met Police spends millions of pounds on secret aircraft
9:00PM BST 29 Oct 2011http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/ ... craft.html
The existence of the fleet of planes - each costing at least £3 million to purchase and hundreds of thousands more to operate - has never been publicly disclosed.
The police have being using the planes since at least 1997.
BUREAUCRACY ENABLES DUMMKOPFS
US has no permission to launch drone strikes; PM Gilani
Sunday, 30 October 2011http://ftpapp.app.com.pk/en_/index.php? ... 3&Itemid=1
Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani Saturday categorically said there was no (no) permission to the United States to launch any drone strike against any target inside Pakistan’s territory.
“There is no such permission,” Gilani told a large group of Pakistani expatriates. The prime minister is here on a four-day visit to attend the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, that is being attended by over 50 world leaders.
The Prime Minister said such attacks were counterproductive because of the collateral damages caused as these were undermining government’s efforts to get the unanimous support of the masses against the extremists and terrorists.
"Tortured" prisoner's death angers Egyptians
Sat Oct 29, 2011 2:32pm GMT http://af.reuters.com/article/topNews/i ... 29?sp=true
Essam Atta, 23, died in Tora prison south of Cairo on Thursday, according to the Nadeem Centre for the Rehabilitation of Victims of Violence and Torture.
Protesters carried his body on Friday from the morgue to Tahrir Square, the epicenter of the anti-Mubarak uprising, chanting against the military council and Interior Ministry.
"Since we started operating in 1993 till now, torture hasn't stopped for one day," said the Nadeem Centre's director, Aida Seif el-Dawla
Atta's family accused prison officers of torturing him by inserting a hose in his mouth and anus and pumping water and soap into his body causing mass bleeding that led to his death.
The Interior Ministry said he had died of "poisoning".
25 NATO invaders killed in martyr attack in Kabul city
Saturday, 29 October 2011 15:37 http://alemara1.com/english/index.php?o ... s&Itemid=2
Mujahid Abd-ur-Raman with indomitable courage and true spirit of faith slammed his vehicle stuffed with some 700 [pounds of] explosive at the vehicle carrying the US [Superpower]- NATO trainers who [are] used to train the local puppets
at about 11:00 am [in the] Dar-ul-Aman area in the heart of Afghan capital
killing and wounding several dozens of the US [Superpower]-NATO high-ranking invaders and blowing their vehicles to pieces besides destroying a vehicle of the local police escorting the invaders’ vehicle.
A number of the security puppets were killed in the attack. A passer-by was, however, martyred and three more got hurt in the operation.