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Saturday, August 31, 2013

'Syrian rebels take responsibility for the chemical attack admitting the weapons were provided by Saudis'

In an interview with Dale Gavlak, a Middle East correspondent for the Associated Press and Mint Press News, Syrian rebels tacitly implied that they were responsible for last week’s chemical attack. Some information could not immediately be independently verified.

“From numerous interviews with doctors, Ghouta residents, rebel fighters and their families….many believe that certain rebels received chemical weapons via the Saudi intelligence chief, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, and were responsible for carrying out the (deadly) gas attack,” he writes in the article.

US conducted 231 cyber-attacks in 2011

Newly disclosed top-secret documents have shown that US spy agencies conducted 231 cyber-attacks in 2011.
Documents provided by former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden show the scope and scale of Washington’s cyber-attacks have been growing as US intelligence services break into and disrupt computer networks in other countries.
The documents obtained by The Washington Post were part of a multi-volume intelligence budget which showed the United States has built an “intelligence-gathering colossus” with a whopping “black budget” of $52.6 billion for the current fiscal year.

Monday, August 26, 2013

US rebuffs Syrian access to chemical site as “too late to be credible”

The US has little doubt the Syrian government used chemical weapons against civilians and any decision to open the site to UN inspectors comes “too late to be credible,” a senior US official said Sunday, Aug. 25.
The official made clear the Syrian government's agreement to let United Nations inspectors visit the site of an alleged chemical weapons attack was inadequate.

"At this juncture, any belated decision by the regime to grant access to the UN team would be considered too late to be credible, including because the evidence available has been significantly corrupted as a result of the regime's persistent shelling and other intentional actions over the last five days," the official said.

Monday, August 19, 2013

Hosni Mubarak Free? Ousted Egyptian President To Be Released From Prison This Week, Sources Say

Egypt's disgraced former President Hosni Mubarak will be released from jail soon, after prosecutors cleared him in a corruption case, his lawyer said on Monday, dropping a new bombshell on a nation in turmoil.
The most populous Arab country is already enduring the bloodiest internal conflict in its modern history as the army, which deposed President Mohamed Morsi on July 3 after huge protests against him, cracks down on his Muslim Brotherhood.

Saturday, August 17, 2013

Egypt: Army Surrounds Protesters' Mosque Refuge

Soldiers have entered a mosque in central Cairo where Islamist protesters had taken refuge after another day of deadly clashes across Egypt.
A tense stand-off remains at the Fateh mosque in Ramses Square with Egyptian footage appearing to show the security forces negotiating with the protesters, attempting to persuade them to leave.
Hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood supporters are believed to have barricaded themselves inside the mosque, which has been turned into a makeshift field hospital for the wounded and a morgue for some of those killed in the protests.
Four Irish citizens - children of Hussein Halawa, the Imam of Ireland's biggest mosque in Dublin - are among those in the building.

Edward Snowden Says Media Being Misled 'About My Situation'

National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden wants to set the record straight after individuals associated with his father have, in his words, "misled" journalists into “printing false claims about my situation.”
In an emailed statement to The Huffington Post, Snowden said that neither his father Lon Snowden, his father’s lawyer Bruce Fein, nor Fein's wife and spokeswoman Mattie Fein “represent me in any way.”
“None of them have been or are involved in my current situation, and this will not change in the future,” Snowden said of his father and the Feins. “I ask journalists to understand that they do not possess any special knowledge regarding my situation or future plans, and not to exploit the tragic vacuum of my father's emotional compromise for the sake of tabloid news.”

Thursday, August 8, 2013


GOD has 3 answers for each of our prayer ...
1. Yes.
2. Yes, but not now.
3. There is something better planned for you
But there is never ever a "NO" answer.