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Uzbekistan intensifies its oppression of Muslim women
Unabashed, Uzbek authorities have continued their arrest of Muslim women. Since the beginning of November, some 30 women have been arrested in the southern Uzbek city of Karshi, RFE/RL's Uzbek Service reports. Apart from arrests Uzbekistan recently banned women from wearing the hijab in schools and universities in the country's south, where Islamic activity is on the rise. Authorities also forbade women from wearing the head scarf during the country's Independence Day celebrations in early September, claiming that female terrorists could use the loose-fitting head scarf to conceal a bomb.

Views on the News - 18 Nov 2009

America to collapse in 2010
Russian Professor Igor Panarin says that events are continuing to confirm his doomsday prediction first made over 10 years ago, that the United States will completely collapse like the Soviet Union before the end of 2010, and warns that the chaos could begin to unfold in as little as two months. Panarin, doctor of political sciences and professor of the Russian Diplomatic Academy Ministry of Foreign Affairs, told journalists during the unveiling of his new book that President Obama has done nothing to forestall the fast approaching crisis. "Obama is "the president of hope", but in a year there won't be any hope," said Panarin. "He's practically another Gorbachev - he likes to talk but hasn't really managed to do anything. Gorbachev at least had been a secretary of a regional communist party administration, whereas Obama was just a social worker. His mentality is totally different. He's a nice person and talks nicely - but he's not a leader and will take America to a crash. When Americans understand that - it will be like a bomb explosion."

Views on the News - 4 Dec 2009

Ahmadinejad denies reports of Iranian efforts to test a nuclear trigger
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has said a document apparently showing that Tehran plans to test a trigger for a nuclear bomb is a US forgery. In an interview filmed on Friday with ABC News, Mr Ahmadinejad said the report in the Times newspaper was "fundamentally not true". Mr Ahmadinejad said criticism of Iran 's nuclear programme had become "a repetitive and tasteless joke". The Times reported last week that it had obtained a document, dating from 2007, describing a four-year plan by Iran to test a nuclear trigger using uranium deuteride. The product can be used as a neutron initiator: the component of a nuclear bomb that triggers an explosion.

Views on the News - 24 Dec 2009

Zeital said:
With regards to a government waging a war against it own citizens, the trend is followed in Lebanon (after the Israeli bombardment in 2006) the army attacked its own citizens. Palestinian security forces since the so called ‘peace process’, carried out Israel’s bidding in repressing the Palestinian population. The regimes in the Gulf States repress there own citizens, discriminates against Shi’ah and workers (Muslims, Sikhs, and Hindus) from the Indian Subcontinent. The Sri Lankan military massacres its own citizens whilst claiming to fight the LTTE. Turkey uses military force to stamp out the identity of other ethnic groups such as Kurds, whilst Russia tries to remove any presence of Chechnya. Similarly Georgia attempted its own ‘ethnic cleansing’ until Russia intervened.

VIDEO: Interview with Naveed Butt on the Swat offensive and the American Plan for Pakistan

Angela said:
please could you show the picture of the real masjid Al Aqsa instead of all reports showing the dome of the rock. I only found out 1 week ago that the real Al Aqsa does not have a golden dome. This is done so that muslims forget the Real Al aqsa.
Until a caliph is appointed for the muslims worldwide their can be no peace only oppression. we need to stop grouping and naming ourselfs into different sects and realise that all who pray to Allah should know Allah is the judge and not us. Remember united we stand divided we fall. DO NOT LET THE REAL TERRORISTS FOOL YOU with their illogical rhetoric. WHO is being bombed, where are the weapons from and WHY do mainstream media and governments fail to see the horrific attrocities being commited worldwide daily?

VIDEO: Tens of thousands call for Khilafah at Masjid Al Aqsa

The Muslims of Pakistan barely came out of the shock and grief of the merciless slaughter of the 17 children that once again women and children were trapped and targeted in a planned mass murder in Moon Market Lahore. A time bomb was detonated inside the shopping plaza and after a few seconds the second bomb went off outside the plaza to inflict maximum casualties of those escaping the plaza as well as who came to rescue the wounded. And today a whole building was erased to the ground in Multan with the help of two powerful bombs. These are the same devious tactics which America used to produce chaos in Iraq.
Today America is creating similar chaos and confusion in Pakistan to continue its war in the Tribal region. Everyone knows that this type of senseless bomb blasts only serve American interests. Prior to this we have already witnessed the carnage in Islamic University Islamabad and Peshawar's Meena Bazaar who's sole purpose was to provoke anger in the masses and build public opinion in favour for the American war.
Unfortunately, Pakistani rulers are providing all-out support to America in this bloodbath. The government is bending its back backwards to declare every bomb blast a suicide blast in order to exonerate American Secrete services and Blackwater in the eyes of the people. Furthermore, the presence of American arms depot in Sihala Police Training School and government's patronage and protection of the killers of Blackwater officials in Islamabad is clear evidence that America has full support of the Pakistani government.

VIDEO: O Muslims! For how long will you sit and watch your women and children blow-up to pieces?

Many see this as one of a series of measures the government is taking in Algiers and other cities to soothe Muslim sensitivities and isolate the militants who still carry out bombings and assassinations.
Rundown Boumerdes remains one of Algeria's most violent areas, with several killings and roadside bombings a week on average, blamed on Al-Qaida-linked militants.

As Algeria grows more Islamic, nightlife suffers

The bitter mistrust between the SPLA and their old enemies in Khartoum has already cost lives in Malakal. The town's muddy streets were pounded by heavy artillery and tanks in February when a day of fighting between the two sides left at least 60 dead. A school was bombarded, killing about a dozen children. The United Nations is now digging shelters for its staff in Malakal.

South Sudan faces new war over oil

TRIPOLI (Agencies)
The terminally ill Libyan convicted over the 1988 Lockerbie bombing arrived home from Scotland on Thursday after being freed on compassionate grounds despite U.S. anger over the decision.
But the release was immediately condemned by the U.S. government, which asked Libya not to give a "hero's welcome" to the Lockerbie bomber.
U.S. President Barack Obama said that the release of the dying Lockerbie bomber by the Scottish government was a "mistake" and that he should be placed under house arrest on return to Libya.
Justive vs mercy
" Our justice system demands that justice be imposed but compassion be available, our beliefs dictate that justice be served but mercy be shown "
Scotland Justice Minister Kenny MacAskill Scotland's justice minister announced Thursday that he had granted release on compassionate grounds to the Libyan man convicted of the 1988 Lockerbie bombing, Britain's worst terrorist attack.

Lockerbie bomber home in Libya amid US anger

Since a major bombing of downtown hotels and shopping areas by Islamic radicals in 2003, and a thwarted attempt at another bombing campaign in 2007, there has been a major and ongoing crackdown on suspected extremists here.
Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, especially active in Algeria, remains a major problem for Morocco, Mr. Mansouri said. Officials say it is appealing to the young and has recreated a training route to Afghanistan through Pakistan, and it just sponsored a suicide bombing in Mauritania.
Foreign Minister Taïeb Fassi Fihri said: "We know where the risks to our stability are. We know kids are listening to this Islamic song, so we have to act quickly."
King Mohammed, who celebrated his 10th year on the throne this year, has vowed to help the poor and wipe out the slums when radicalism is bred, called "bidonvilles." One such slum, Sidi Moumen, where the bombers lived, is being redeveloped. Half of it has already been ripped down, some 700 families shipped to the outskirts of the city, where they are provided a small plot of land at a cheap price to build new housing.
The king has tried to be more inclusive, traveling for instance to the north of Morocco, where his father had refused to go. The north is also a hotbed of extremism and home for many of the Qaeda bombers of Madrid. The king held a traditional ceremony of mutual allegiance, or baiaa, this year in Tetouan and highlighted significant development funds there.

Islamic Radicalism Slows Moroccan Reforms

New questions about the extent of the Government's involvement in the trade deals that led to the release of the Lockerbie bomber, Abdelbaset Al Megrahi, were raised last night with the revelation that an MI6 agent flew to Libya with former BP boss Lord Browne for two cloak-and-dagger meetings with Colonel Gaddafi.
Although Gaddafi agreed to hand over Megrahi for trial as part of negotiations to lift sanctions, oil industry insiders claim BP's attempts to win business were hampered by objections to the Lockerbie bomber's detention.
Jack Straw dropped plan to include Lockerbie bomber in prisoner transfer agreement 'because of oil deal with Libya'

MI6 agent joined disgraced BP boss in secret meetings with Gaddafi

Gordon Brown was accused of "double dealing" over the release of the Lockerbie bomber, after Bill Rammell, a Government minister, admitted that the Prime Minister had supported releasing Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al Megrahi from prison.
It is the first evidence of Mr Brown's stance on the decision by Kenny MacAskill, the Scottish justice minister, to release Megrahi on compassionate grounds eight years into a life sentence for the murder of 270 people on the bombed Pan Am flight 103. Megrahi is suffering from terminal prostate cancer.
The claims, made public in letters and other documents relating to the release of Megrahi, will raise pressure on Mr Brown to make a public statement on his position. It is also likely to infuriate families of victims of the 1988 bombing.
Opposition parties said the dossiers raised further questions about trade links with Libya and the medical evidence used to justify the bomber's release.
But the most controversial documents were the minutes suggesting that the Prime Minister sympathised with the terminally-ill bomber's plight.
The justice minister cited reassurances given to the US that the bomber would serve his sentence in Scotland, but three months later released the bomber on compassionate grounds.
The Justice Secretary had initially agreed to a Scottish request for the bomber to be excluded from the PTA.
The Scottish justice minister said the bomber had just three months to live, but it emerged last week that only one of the doctors involved in the case believed this was a "reasonable" estimate.
However, Mr MacAskill yesterday refused to publish the assessments of the individual consultants who had seen Megrahi, saying the bomber was entitled to patient confidentiality.

Gordon Brown accused of 'double dealing' over Lockerbie

The US and Britain were angered recently by the "hero's welcome" Tripoli gave Abdel Basset al-Megrahi, the former Libyan agent who was freed by Scotland last month from a life sentence for the 1988 Lockerbie bombing that killed 270 people.
The British government has denied the claims and said it released al-Megrahi, the only person convicted over the bombing, on compassionate grounds as he is dying of cancer.

Libya marks 40 years of Gaddafi

Saleh Ali Saleh Nabhan, wanted over a deadly hotel bombing in Kenya in 2002, was killed in a helicopter raid along with al-Shabab fighters on Monday, according to unnamed US officials and Somali sources.
He was wanted for questioning in connection with the car bombing of an Israeli-owned beach resort in Kenya which killed 15 people and the near simultaneous attempt to shoot down an Israeli airplane leaving Mombasa airport in 2002.
The US military has launched several air attacks inside Somalia in the past against individuals blamed for the bombings of the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998.

Shabab to avenge US raid in Somalia

The Islamist group killed scores of people during 2007 and 2008 in suicide attacks and car bombings, mainly along Algeria's Mediterranean coast.

US arms Mali to battle al-Qaeda

According to witnesses, clashes broke out on Thursday after fighters launched mortar bombs at the city's international airport, as Sharif Ahmed, the country's president, flew out of the country.
Clashes are said to have broken out after opposition fighters fired mortar bombs at the president's plane, triggering a response from African Union peacekeepers.

Deadly clashes shake Somali capital

MOGADISHU (Agencies)
Somali Shabaab rebels Friday denied in a statement any involvement in a suicide bombing that left some 19 people, including three ministers, dead at a medical student graduation ceremony.
" We have heard about that tragedy from the media. On behalf of the Shabaab, we are not in anyway involved in that incident "
Sheikh Ali Mohamud RageHe put the blame for the attack on the Somali transitional government, which lost three of its members in the bombing.
abshabs said:
It was only recently that we read the intentions of the US goverment to use blackwater style companies in Somalia. The recent Bombing of a Graduation ceremony where 3 TFG ministers lost their lives along with 19 others mostly medical graduands and their lecturers is a clear indication that they have implemented their threat.
we know the hypocrisy of the west, where they do abominable things just to blame it on muslim resistance fighters. This not a new phenomenon for them as they have done Bombings in Afganistan, pakistan and Iraq before. Not only these places but many other parts of the Muslim world.
Fortunately, the muslims have learnt of their tricks and will never believe that such things are done by muslim resistance fighters and this kind of western hypocrisy will only give more support to such resistance fighters. No muslim in his normal senses will believe that Alshabab or Hizbul Islam, as much as they do other unpopular things will do such a heinous act as the bombing of university graduation ceremony.
However much TFG will claim that Resistance fighters did, no one will believe them.

Somali rebels deny responsibility for bomb attack

Yemen, also facing separatist sentiment in the south, was thrown into focus after the failed attempt to bomb the U.S. passenger plane on Christmas Day.

Somalia's Shabab pledges to help Yemen's Qaeda

Sheik Abdullah el-Faisal is being expelled from Kenya because of his history of being involved in terrorist activities, Kenya's immigration minister said. Britain has said that Faisal's teachings heavily influenced one of the bombers who carried out the 2005 transport network bombings in London that killed 52 people.
Internet postings purportedly written by a Nigerian man now charged with trying to bomb a US airliner on Christmas Day referred to Faisal as a cleric he had listened to. The posting was made in March 2005 under the name "farouk1986.'' The suspect, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, was born that year. Officials have not verified that the postings were written by Abdulmutallab, but details from the posts match his personal history.
He later toured widely in Britain preaching and selling audio tapes of his sermons. The British government has said he was a key influence on Jermaine Lindsay, who was involved in the London bombings.

Muslim cleric stuck in Kenya after visa requests are denied

There are also allegations of US-sponsored bomb plots in the capital.
The bombings will be carried out in order to create a pretext to launch a campaign against Al-Shabab, a spokesman of the group, Sheikh Ali Mohammed Rage, told Reuters.
"We have discovered that US agencies are going to launch suicide bombings in public places in Mogadishu," he told reporters. "They have tried it in Algeria, Pakistan and Afghanistan... We warn of these disasters. They want to target Bakara Market and mosques, then use that to malign us."
Blackwater/Xe mercenaries plan to carry out bombings in Mogadishu in order to accuse Al-Shabab of being the culprits in the attacks, the Al-Shabab spokesman added.
He went on to say that the Blackwater/Xe mercenaries have already recruited many lackeys to help them carry out bombings targeting prominent individuals and innocent civilians.
Nizamul HUda said:
Go forward boss, This is the right way to understand the conspiracy and present in front of ummah.Then ummah will be aware about the western plan to decoy Islam as a way of life.They r tryin to destroy the confident of muslim in islam.So, that they plan to bombing here and there and say these r the activities of muslim groups who r tryin to reestablish Islam as way of life.They claimed and propagated that we ,muslims r the terrorist and militant.So fear islam as a way of life.For these propagation and conspiracy,now a days muslims r hating islamic groups.They create division among ummah .So,we have to understand clearly that they r our enemy and we should unify ourselves.Only The system of Islam ,i.e. Khilafah can make ummah unified and stong against all this conspiracy and intellectual attack.So, we everyboby should vocal for khilafah and work to reestablish Khilafah as a way of life.
So it is a open invitation for all to come under the shade of islam and to establish khilafah.Allah will grant us help and victory soon.jzk

Blackwater/Xe mercs arrive in Somalia, Al-Shabab says

El-Faisal once served four years in a British jail for inciting murder and stirring racial hatred by urging followers to kill Americans, Hindus and Jews. British authorities say his teachings also heavily influenced one of the men who carried out the London bombings that killed 52 people.

Radical cleric en route to Jamaica

"Give me a little credit, this is not a list of targets of New York," she said. "I was never planning to bomb it. You're lying."

My children were tortured, this trial is a sham: Aafia

This is one of the things the enemies of ISLAM do hoping they will get salvation in their beliefs and not to forget before they go on their killing spree they have their priest also making special prayers. The enemies of ISLAM also inscribe different religious insignia's for their good luck on dirty bombs; what about that? These dirty bombs are still used daily in Afganistan and Pakistan to cause the worst damage possible and destruction of MUSLIM lives of whole villages destroyed in the blink of an eye and all this goes on relentlessly with the aid of lakey muslim rulers who has sold their lives to the devils. No wonder they never do anything to get rid of them from their soil nor do they have any
say because they are afraid of their lives as long as they live in luxury and riches to the detriment of the poor.

Muslims demand withdrawal of rifle sights with Biblical references

At least six police officers have died and another 16 wounded in Dagestan, in Russia's North Caucasus, after being targeted by a suicide car bomber, according to local police.
Shamil Guseinov, the city's police chief, said the bomber detonated his explosives at the gates to the police station after police stopped him from driving through.
A similar bombing in a neighbouring republic in August killed 24 people and injured more than 200.
In that attack, a man succeeded in crashing a bomb-laden van through the gates of the police station in Nazran, Ingushetia.

Police killed in Dagestan attack

ETIM, a shadowy group that advocates an independent Islamic state for Uighurs, is seen by the Chinese authorities as the principal security danger in the region. Accused of a failed bomb plot on a Chinese airliner last month, the organization "is the preeminent threat to the Beijing Olympics," says Rohan Gunaratna, head of the International Center for Political Violence and Terrorism Research in Singapore.

Uighurs struggle in a world reshaped by Chinese influx

THE hunt for a nest of female suicide bombers in Chechnya led an elite group of Russian special forces commandos to a small village deep in the countryside. There they surrounded a modest house just before dawn to be sure of catching their quarry unawares.
Andrei, who was badly wounded in the war, said he took part in the killing of at least 10 alleged female suicide bombers. In a separate incident he had a wounded female sniper tied up and ordered a tank to drive over her.
As the war raged, Chechen terrorists launched suicide attacks against civilians in the Moscow metro and at a rock festival. In 2002 a gang including 18 female suicide bombers seized more than 800 hostages in a Moscow theatre, 129 of whom died when the Russians pumped poisonous gas into the building on day three of the siege.
September 1999
About 300 die in apartment bombings in Russia, blamed on rebels. Putin sends troops back into Chechnya
May 2004
Pro-Moscow President Akhmad Kadyrov killed by bomb

Russian death squads ‘pulverise' Chechens

The spate of bombings, mass arrests and gunfights in Tajikistan over the past few months connected to militants fleeing the increased fighting in Afghanistan and Pakistan has caught the attention of the international community. "The European Union is highly concerned about the situation in Pakistan and its reflection on Tajikistan," said Ambassador Pierre Morel, the E.U.'s special representative in Central Asia, at a news conference in the Tajik capital Dushanbe on July 14. "We support the current politics of [Tajikistan] directed towards the eradication of armed terrorist groups and drug traffic to [the country]."

How Afghanistan's War Is Spilling into Central Asia

Last Friday, a double suicide bombing killed four police in the Chechen capital Grozny.
And earlier this month in neighbouring Ingushetia, 20 people were killed in a bomb attack on the police headquarters.

Russian president in Chechnya over islamist concern

And suicide bombings, ominously, have returned to Chechnya after a pause of several years. Two militants blew themselves up Friday morning to escape capture, making it a total of three suicide bombings in the region in just the past week.
Then, on June 22, a suicide bomber swerved into Mr. Yevkurov's motorcade, releasing a blast so powerful that the president's car flew off the road and into a brick wall. Mr. Yevkurov, gravely wounded, was evacuated to Moscow and spent most of the summer recovering.

Chechnya and Its Neighbors Suffer a Relapse

Uzbek authorities blamed this year's Andijon explosions on suicide bombers. Heading into the several days of celebrations, officials are eager to prevent a fresh wave of violence.
Multiple bombings in February 1999 targeting government buildings in the Uzbek capital left 16 people dead and over 120 injured.
In July 2004, deadly suicide bombings targeted the U.S. and Israeli embassies.

Fatal Shoot-Out Rocks Uzbek Capital, Despite Tight Security Measures

This tiny Muslim republic, swept up in kidnap, torture, arbitrary killings and suicide bombings, is the new front line in Russia's struggle to contain a growing anti-government insurgency in the North Caucasus.
The murder rate has risen from 96 in 2006 to 250 so far this year. An oppressive atmosphere cloaks Ingushetia as tanks and troops guard fortified checkpoints along main roads, trying to spot suicide bombers.
A policeman fired several shots when The Times approached a checkpoint after a car failed to stop outside the town of Nazran. The police station is a wreck after a suicide bomber killed 21 people and injured 138 last month.

Russia uses tough anti-terror tactics in tinderbox Ingushetia republic

The Spiritual Centre of Muslims of Ukraine (DTsMU) is based in the Donbas, where it was founded in 1994 by the alleged Volga Tatar gangster Akhat Bragin (aka "Alik the Greek") who was killed by a bomb in the football stadium of his club, Shaktar Donetsk.

Who are Muslim Crimean Tatars?

Nevertheless, in the last three years, Russia has been flexing its oil-fed muscles from the Arctic to the Indian Ocean. Putin initiated a $250 billion military modernization; resumed naval patrols along the coasts of North and South America; and ordered Russian strategic bombers to resume worldwide patrols, clearly aimed at challenging American military superiority.15 He welcomed Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to the SCO summits, including right after the bloody and contested presidential elections of June 2009, and has supported Iran's bid to join the SCO as a full member, something China may oppose. All this leaves Kazakhstan in a tight spot, engaged in a three-way balancing act between its two powerful neighbors and the world's superpower, while seeking to play a greater role in regional security arrangements.

Kazakhstan: Israel's Partner in Eurasia

Most experts agree that the regimes of Central Asia are living on borrowed time. As the former British ambassador to Uzbekistan Craig Murray told me: "with the Western support to the brutal regimes, we are creating a time-bomb of discontent in Central Asia. And because the West is backing the dictatorships that discontent will take an anti-Western turn".

Islam Karimov & Co are the ones radicalising Central Asia

Arun Kundnani, of the Institute of Race Relations, contacted the officer and said he was told that officers had visited nursery schools. Mr Kundnani added: "He did seem to think it was standard. He said it wasn't just him or his unit that was doing it. He said the indicators were they [children] might draw pictures of bombs and say things like ‘all Christians are bad' or that they believe in an Islamic state. It seems that nursery teachers in the West Midlands area are being asked to look out for radicalisation. He also said that targeting young children was important because they would be left aware of what was inappropriate to say at school. He felt that it was necessary to cover nurseries as well as primary and secondary schools. He said it was a precaution and that he wasn't expecting to come back with a list."

UK: Terror police to monitor nurseries for Islamic radicalisation

The Police Service of Northern Ireland say such plots - including carbombs prepared and ready to explode - or now a regular feature of their work.
In November, 400lb bomb was planted outside the Policing Board's headquarters in Belfast.
Security sources say that if the device had exploded, it would have caused deaths and injury on a scale greater than that seen in the 1998 Omagh bombing.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland has also urged shop owners to regularly check their businesses for firebombs over the Christmas period.

MI5: More terrorist plots from Irish Republicans than Islamic extremists

One of 12 cartoons published in the Danish newspaper Jyllands Posten, it depicted the Prophet Muhammad with a bomb in his turban.
Al-Shabab, meaning "the lads" in Somali, is on US foreign terror list
Youth wing of Somalia's Union of Islamic Courts that once held sway
Re-emerged after UIC ousted by Ethiopian troops in late 2006
Accused of al-Qaeda links and trying to topple interim government
Accused of Dec '09 suicide bomb on Mogadishu doctors' graduation
Blamed for 2008 stoning of 13-year-old Somali 'gang rape victim'

Danish cartoonist intruder shot

AARHUS, Denmark -- Kurt Westergaard is in hiding from Islamic militants who want him dead. Now, the Danish cartoonist says he's ready to part with the source of his travails, a small ink sketch of the Prophet Muhammad with a bomb in his turban.
Some Muslims here want the bomb-in-a-turban drawing destroyed. Salah Suleiman, an activist in a mosque that helped whip up the fury over it in early 2006, delights in the artist's troubles and says no amount of money can save him from God's wrath: "He is living like a rat.... He is living in hell already."

Price of Notoriety: Sketch That Roiled Muslims Is for Sale

Danish cartoonist attack suspect 'targeted Hillary Clinton' Several of the drawings were seen as linking Islam and its revered prophet to terrorism and suicide bombings, with Westergaard's cartoon showing him wearing a turban in the shape of a bomb.

Norwegian newspaper reprints Prophet Mohammed cartoons

On one hand, the home secretary's move could be viewed as good housekeeping. In the aftermath of the 7th July bombings, Tony Blair warned that "the rules of the game are changing." One of his first public acts was to proscribe the Saviour Sect and Al Ghurabaa-other incarnations of Al Muhajiroun. There was plenty of justification for such a ban. For many years Al Muhajiroun's leader Omar Bakri Mohammed, his deputy, Anjem Choudary and the rest of his lackeys were thought to be nothing more than attention-seeking clowns who lived off the dole. The real problems were thought to be elsewhere-at the Four Feathers youth club where Abu Qatada sermonised, and at the Finsbury Park Mosque, where the hook-handed Abu Hamza held court. However, after the arrest of the Crawley bombers cell in the spring of 2004, it became startlingly apparent just how much Al Muhajiroun's network of support, mainly through its offices in Pakistan, had helped create and train homegrown terrorists. The most pertinent example is that of Mohammed Siddique Khan, the leader of the 7th July plot. He had learned how to make explosives in an ad-hoc camp set up by Al Muhajiroun's British and American members in the hills of Pakistan.

A boost for radical Islam

Police discovered 54 home-made explosive devices including nail bombs and a booby-trapped cigarette packet, as well as 12 firearms.
Although Gavan, 39, did not have a clear target for his weaponry police found a list of names, addresses and personal details of four people at his home, including that of a woman who had featured on a documentary on the July 7 bombings as a neighbour of one of the bombers.

BNP member builds arsenal to attack muslims

Fears about radicalisation of students have re-emerged since the failed airline bombing carried out by Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab on Christmas Day. He had studied at University College, London.

LSE tutor says he is victim of McCarthyite witch-hunt over Hizb ut-Tahrir membership

The London student Islamic society where the Detroit aircraft bomber was believed to have been radicalised is to host a series of talks by speakers with links to extremism and alleged terrorism.
The UCL Islamic Society was previously chaired by the Detroit bomber, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, who security sources say began his journey to radicalisation during his time as a student in London.

UK: Speaker with extremist links to address Detroit bomber's former student group

There have been growing concerns about the radicalisation of Muslims in Britain. The failed Detroit bombing on Christmas Day was carried out by an al-Qaeda-inspired extremist who had studied in London.

UK: Muslim police say Islam not to blame for terror attacks

Homegrown militants with links to al-Qaida carried out suicide bombings in Istanbul in 2003, killing 58 people. The targets were the British consulate, HSBC bank and two Jewish synagogues. In 2008, an attack blamed on al-Qaida affiliated militants outside the US consulate in Istanbul left three assailants and three policemen dead.

Turkish police arrest 120 al-Qaida suspects

The threat of a terrorist attack has been raised to "severe" amid fears that al-Qaeda is planning a wave of attacks following the Detroit bombings.
Umar Farouq Abdulmutallab, who tried to set off a bomb in his underwear, has warned his FBI interrogators that up to 20 "more like me" may be preparing further attacks.

UK: Terrorist attack is "highly likely" security services say

The British-born Muslim student, from Alva in Clackmannanshire, was jailed for eight years for a string of terrorism offences in October 2007, which included possessing bomb-making instructions.
The trial in Glasgow in October 2007 heard that Siddique told fellow students that he sympathised with al-Quaida, wanted to become a suicide bomber and that his target would be central Glasgow. He also shocked classmates at the city's Metropolitan College with horror pictures of terrorist beheadings.

Scotland's first Islamist terrorist was victim of a miscarriage of justice

Three Palestinians are killed and others wounded in heavy Israeli air strikes on the Gaza borders with Egypt, a day after Israel accused fighter groups of launching dozens of mortar bombs into the Jewish state, Al Arabiya correspondent in Gaza reported.

Israeli strikes on Gaza kill three Palestinians

After the Navy destroyer Cole was bombed in Yemen in 2000, the United States embarked on a similar effort. In addition to focusing on counterterrorism operations, the State Department helped finance projects like a health clinic on the rugged highway between the capital, Sana, and Marib, a town in a remote region where Qaeda forces are known to cluster.
Ms. Bodine, who was posted to Yemen at the time of the Cole bombing, said that even with the increased commitment, American aid was still overly skewed toward military support, much of it covert. Over time, she said, that could undermine Yemen's struggling democracy.

U.S. Has Few Resources to Face Threats in Yemen

He said the recent spike in bombings in Baghdad had renewed accusations that unreconciled elements of Saddam's Ba'athist party were involved and aspired to be an "irredentist force within Iraq". Jenkins said: "If you look at the history of Iraq, of military coups in Iraq, you have to think that is always a real possibility in the future. But where we are at the moment is much better than we thought it would be, back in 2004-05."

Iraq military coup a possibility, ambassador tells Chilcot inquiry

A bomb blast has killed a university professor in the Iranian capital, Tehran, state media has reported.
Massoud Mohammadi, a lecturer at Tehran University, was killed on Tuesday in the north of the capital when a remote-controlled bomb attached to a motorcycle went off, media reports said.
He said it was unclear who might have been behind the bombing.

Bomb blast kills Iranian professor

The four were detained several weeks before Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, a Nigerian enrolled at a different language school in Sana'a, made his attempt to detonate a bomb aboard Northwest Airlines Flight 253 on Christmas Day.

British Muslims detained in Yemen claim they were tortured in prison

Jordan has long been one of America's closest allies in the region but only recently have Jordanians discovered how close to home the War on Terror is being waged. A suicide bombing last month at a CIA base in Afghanistan, perpetrated by a Jordanian double agent - and targeting, along with seven CIA officers, a fellow Jordanian - has put the country on the international terror map.
In his opinion, the Jordanian Government was "absolutely on the wrong side" by helping the Americans. The sentiment is shared by many devout Jordanian Muslims, especially those of Palestinian origin, such as Humam al-Balawi, the CIA suicide bomber, according to Rohile Gharaiheh, a member of the Muslim Brotherhood. "The ones who joined the jihad did so because of the Palestinian issue, but it can also affect Jordanians because they don't know where their Government sends their sons," he said, referring to al-Balawi's recruitment by the Jordanian intelligence service. "The Government is making these terrorists; the Government is trying to please the Americans."

Jordanians question alliance with US after Humam al-Balawi's CIA suicide bombing

The United States may be on the verge of involvement in yet another counter-insurgency war that, as in Iraq and Afghanistan, may make a bad situation even worse. The attempted Christmas Day bombing of a Northwest Airlines flight by a Nigerian and apparently planned in Yemen, the alleged ties between the perpetrator of the Fort Hood massacre to a radical Yemeni cleric, and an ongoing US-backed Yemeni military offensive against al-Qaeda have all focused US attention on that country.

Yemen left with little wiggle room

After USD 1.6 billion damage to Gaza's economy during the three weeks of relentless Israeli bombardment this past January, Palestinians in the Strip strive to survive under a siege that prevents any imports and exports. According to statistics, the unemployment rate stands at 44% in the war-wreaked enclave.
The probe also found that Israel violated international humanitarian law in several ways. Dozens of Palestinian policemen were killed at the start of the Gaza onslaught when Israel bombed their stations. The security agents were not involved in hostilities and should have been treated as civilians. Additionally, the Palestinians were forced to walk ahead of Israeli soldiers as they searched civilian neighborhoods.

Israel considering new military attack on Gaza

A bomb has exploded near a convoy of cars carrying Israeli diplomats in Jordan, without causing injuries.
"While cars, including two Israeli Embassy cars, were travelling near the town of Naur on the road between Amman and the Jordan Valley a bomb exploded without causing casualties or damage. The cars were not damaged by the blast," Nabil Sharif, the information minister, said.
Al-Shamyleh added that it was unknown what kind of explosives or bomb was used as yet.

Blast near Israeli convoy in Jordan

Concern about the growing capabilities of Yemen's al-Qaida offshoot increased after the failed attempt to bomb a US airliner shortly before it landed in Detroit on Christmas Day. US investigators say the Nigerian suspect in the failed attack told them he received training and instructions from al-Qaida in Yemen.
Dr Q A said:
What I find amazing is how conveniently the Xmas attempted bombing was found to be linked to Yemen... Even though the person is a Nigerian and was flying from Amsterdam... It is interesting how the US finds a reason to justify butchering a people and then calling it all self defence...

Yemeni clerics warn of jihad if US sends troops

The bilateral relations took a mortal blow after Israel brought the Gaza Strip under heavy aerial, artillery and naval bombardments at the turn of the year.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan later criticized the international community for seeking to incriminate Islam while Israel was committing war crimes in Gaza.

New Turkish film on Israeli war crimes

Iran has often warned it would retaliate for any attack on its nuclear facilities, which the West suspects form part of a drive to develop bombs. Tehran denies the charge.
Iran, the world's fifth largest oil exporter, says its nuclear work is aimed at generating electricity, not making bombs, but its failure to convince world powers about the peaceful nature of its work has led to U.N. and U.S. Sanctions.

Iran vows to hit Western warships if attacked

Osama bin Laden claimed responsibility for the Dec. 25 failed bombing of a U.S.-bound plane in an audio tape Al Jazeera television said on Sunday was of the Al Qaeda leader.
Mubarak was referring to bombings in tourism centres, such as the deadly attacks on the resort of Sharm el Sheikh in 2006.

Egypt to quash Islamic militant groups - Mubarak

The government of President Hosni Mubarak, whose predecessor was gunned down by militants, has clamped down on youths viewed as potential militant recruits since a bomb killed a tourist in 2009 in Cairo. It was the first such attack since 2006.

ANALYSIS - Egypt Islamist arrests highlights militancy fears

KHAR: Around a dozen militants and personnel of the paramilitary Frontier Corps were killed in aerial bombardment by US warplanes and subsequent attack by a joint ground force of Nato and Afghan National Army on Pakistani post on the Pak-Afghan border at Bajaur Agency here on Wednesday.
"Three US tanks were also destroyed in the attack and several US and ANA soldiers were killed," claimed Zabihullah. US forces later resorted to aerial bombing of the border areas and killed around a dozen militants.
Taliban sources said several militants were injured in the daylong bombardment by US warplanes and gunship choppers. Bodies of militants and Afghan police personnel could not be retrieved and were still lying there as the bombing continued the whole day, they added.

12 killed in Nato attack on Bajaur

Karachi had until recently been spared the worst of the bloodshed, then on December 28 a bomb ripped through a procession of Shia Muslim worshippers, killing 43 people and turning their holy day of Ashura into a bloodbath.

Seven killed in explosion in Karachi

Defne Bayrak, the wife of bomber Humam Khalil Abu-Mulal al-Balawi, said in an interview with The Associated Press that his hatred of the United States had motivated her husband to sacrifice his life on Dec. 30 in what he regarded as a holy war against the U.S.

CIA bomber's wife: Jihad must go on

The suicide bomber who killed eight people at a US base in Afghanistan said he was carrying out the attack in response to the death of Baitullah Mehsud, the Pakistani Taliban leader killed by a US drone.
Mehsud was the leader of the Pakistani Taliban umbrella organisation, the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, and was blamed for numerous suicide bombings and other attacks in the country.
The attack in Khost was the worst single loss of life for the CIA since the bombing of the US embassy in Beirut in 1983.

CIA attack 'revenge for Mehsud'

"In fact we're seeing more large-scale bombings and attacks in Pakistan than we've ever seen and with a very large casualty count," he said.
The bomber, Humam Khalil Abu-Mulal al-Balawi, appeared posthumously in a video broadcast Saturday, vowing to avenge Baitullah Mehsud's death.
Pakistan's unpopular president, Asif Ali Zardari, says the drone attacks undermine the nation's consensus against militants as it struggles with bombings that have killed nearly 3,000 people in less than three years.

US drone war delivers results, but at what price?

In this scenario, Pakistan would probably try to return to its earlier strategy of containing and even accepting the presence of the Pakistani Taliban in its tribal areas, resorting to force only if suicide bombings in its major cities continued.

UK highlights Pakistan Islamisation

Seven CIA employees were killed and six wounded in Khost on Dec 30 when a suicide bomber associated with Al Qaeda exploded a bomb inside a US base.
US officials later identified the bomber as Humam Khalil Abu Mulal al-Balawi, a Jordanian national with links to both Al Qaeda and the Taliban.
Mohammed Naseer said:
yes because they are flown from Pakistani bases, supplied by fuel from Pakistani refineries, loaded with bombs supplied via Pakistani logistics chain, and target intelligence provided by Pakistani intel.

Drone attacks intensified after Khost blast

The US has increased drone attacks in Waziristan since a suicide bomber crossed over Pakistan's border and killed seven CIA employees in an attack in eastern Afghanistan on December 30.
A video was later released showing Hakimullah Mehsud sitting beside the CIA bomber, a Jordanian double agent, creating the impression that his group played a major role in the second biggest attack on the CIA in its history.

Pakistan drone attack 'kills many'

"The solution is to win them onto our side, not to bomb them with airstrikes." Otherwise, he warned: "If we continue with this military operation we are facing a catastrophe."

Pakistan should talk to the Taliban: Imran Khan

In a counterterrorism journal, published by America's West Point military academy, he documented three incidents. The first was an attack in November 2007 at Sargodha in Punjab, where nuclearcapable F-16 jet aircraft are thought to be stationed. The following month a suicide bomber struck at Pakistan's nuclear airbase at Kamra in Attock district. In August 2008 a group of suicide bombers blew up the gates to a weapons complex at the Wah cantonment in Punjab, believed to be one of Pakistan's nuclear warhead assembly plants. The attack left 63 people dead.

Elite US troops ready to combat Pakistani nuclear hijacks

Zabihullah Mujahid, a Taliban spokesman, told the AFP news agency that 20 bombers were involved in the attacks, claiming that the intended targets were the presidential palace and the ministries around Pashtunistan Square.
However, as the bombings came to end, it was clear security had not been breached at most government buildings.
'Suicide bombers'
Farhad Paiker, an Afghan journalist, told Al Jazeera that a suicide bomber had hit a shopping centre.
"A suicide bomber in a car came towards the foreign ministry. Security forces tried to stop it and it hit a shopping centre," he said.
Later a car bomb exploded near another shopping centre, close to the education ministry.
A security source was quoted by the Reuters news agency as saying that a suicide bomber had killed "several police and intelligence officials".

Taliban attacks Afghan capital

WASHINGTON - Since the suicide bombing that took the lives of seven Americans in Afghanistan on Dec. 30, the Central Intelligence Agency has struck back against militants in Pakistan with the most intensive series of missile strikes from drone aircraft since the covert program began.
"For the C.I.A., there is certainly an element of wanting to show that they can hit back," said Bill Roggio, editor of The Long War Journal, an online publication that tracks the C.I.A.'s drone campaign. Mr. Roggio, as well as Pakistani and American intelligence officials, said many of the recent strikes had focused on the Pakistani Taliban and its leader, Hakimullah Mehsud, who claimed responsibility for the Khost bombing.
These concerns only heightened after the attempted Dec. 25 bombing of a Detroit-bound airliner. While that plot involved a Nigerian man sent by a Qaeda offshoot in Yemen, intelligence officials say they believe that Al Qaeda's top leaders in Pakistan have called on affiliates to carry out attacks against the West. "There's huge pressure from the White House on Blair and Panetta," said the former C.I.A. official, who spoke on condition of anonymity out of concern about angering the White House. "The feeling is, the clock is ticking."
After the Khost bombing, intelligence officials vowed that they would retaliate. One angry senior American intelligence official said the C.I.A. would "avenge" the Khost attack. "Some very bad people will eventually have a very bad day," the official said at the time, speaking on the condition he not be identified describing a classified program.
The strikes, carried out from a secret base in Pakistan and controlled by satellite link from C.I.A. headquarters in Virginia, have been expanded by President Obama and praised by both parties in Congress as a potent weapon against terrorism that puts no American lives at risk. That calculation must be revised in light of the Khost bombing, which revealed the critical presence of C.I.A. officers in dangerous territory to direct the strikes.

C.I.A. Deaths Prompt Surge in U.S. Drone Strikes

He has since lived in constant fear of assassination. First the Taliban planted a bomb inside the mullah's mosque. He removed the crude device and took it to a nearby field to detonate. Days later the Taliban fired mortars at his home, blowing out the windows.

Afghan president Hamid Karzai urges West to buy off the Taliban

Compare the treachery of Al-‘Alkami to that of the rulers over the Muslims today. The Muslims are being tricked into making peace with Israel through the actions of the rulers, many of whom have publicly already made their peace, like Mubarak of Egypt, Abdullah of Jordan and Arafat of Palestine. The result of this treachery is the continual existence of Israel and the betrayal and bloodshed of the Muslims in Palestine who live as oppressed prisoners under Israeli rule. What did these leaders get in return from the enemy? Bankrupt economies, social deprivation, absence of political will, the perpetual fear of Israeli aggression and a Muslim Ummah that has recognized their treachery and work to remove them from power. As for the example of Musharraf, he attempted to convince the Muslims of Pakistan the benefits of allowing America to bomb the Muslims in Afghanistan for economic benefit, the easing of sanctions and a say in the formation of a new government in Afghanistan. What did Musharraf get in return for his services to America? The economic benefits promised by America are insignificant in dealing with the total debt that Pakistan is servicing and linked to the harsh structural adjustment policies of the IMF that seek to place the vital economic resources in the hands of private foreign investors and institutions whilst placing further hardship upon the Muslims of Pakistan. Politically, Musharraf was ‘shocked' to discover that the Northern Alliance had entered Kabul with the permission of America, though America had agreed to halt the Northern Alliance advance into Kabul until it had consulted with the Pakistani leadership.
Musharraf, Karimov and the Turkish leadership were from those who not only supported America in its threat, but provided the necessary intelligence and logistical support for America to carry out its attack upon the Muslims of Afghanistan. Gaddafi of Libya, Abdullah of Jordan were from those who publicly supported America and even gave their support for the bombing to continue during the month of Ramadhan. Others such as Bashier (Sudan) and Arafat offered their support by compiling a list of ‘suspected terrorists' in their states and handing them over to the CIA.

The Battle of Ain Jaloot - Ramadan 658 Hijri

In fact, at every stage of America's war, the agent rulers of Pakistan have spread fear as a loyal service to America, plunging us into greater dangers. In 2001, when America was without the essential means to attack Afghanistan, Musharraf spread fear within the army and the masses, in order to grant America intelligence, air bases and air corridors on the basis of "saving Pakistan." Musharraf even sidelined the brave officers who saw the grave dangers in his approach. Our situation worsened, for America then used its foothold in Afghanistan to open the doors for India to spread its mischief. Musharraf then used fear again to open the doors for American intelligence to establish offices throughout Pakistan. Again our situation worsened, for American intelligence is a terrorist organization more harmful than any other, which has caused misery, bombings and assassinations, wherever it has become entrenched, from Latin America to South East Asia. Then Zardari and his henchmen spread fear so that our soldiers are sacrificed for the sake of America's war in the tribal areas, worsening our situation yet again.

Let the blessings of Ramadhan spur us to establish the Khilafah state, with an army that will be victorious over our enemies

Thus the initial view is that in generality all objects are permitted however their use has been restricted as all actions require a Shari'ah evidence. For instance Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBMs) are allowed in Islam. However its use would require knowledge of the Shari'ah rule. ICBMs could be used for reasons ranging from legitimate deterrent measures to the illegitimate killing of innocent civilians. Islam permits the study and use of medicine, engineering, maths, astronomy, chemistry, physics, agriculture, industry, communications including the Internet, and the science of navigation and geography. This includes what results from them such as industry, tools, machinery and factories. Also included in this are industries, whether military or not, and heavy industry like tanks, aeroplanes, rockets, satellites, nuclear technology, hydrogen, electronic or chemical bombs, tractors, lorries, trains and steamships. This includes consumer industries and light weapons and the manufacture of laboratory instruments, medical instruments, agricultural tools, furniture, carpets and consumer products such as the TV, DVD, Playstation etc. The point being illustrated here is that all objects we know of past, present and future are allowed without restriction unless a Shari'ah evidence exists to definitively disallow it.

Islam's contribution to Agriculture and related matters

Alongside this the US brought together their best scientific and engineering minds. The US government identified that there was a possibility to build a fission weapon that would be a useful tool and have huge destructive capabilities. The Manhattan project was born. This project was a result of a race to be the first nation with an atomic bomb due to the strategic power it would give.

How the Khilafah will industrialise the Muslim world

America today has simply displaced these previous colonialists. America's colonial arrival was heralded by the only use of nuclear weapons on a human population the world has ever seen, when America bombed Japan twice in 1945. Followed up by the 1953 Korean War and the infamous Vietnam War, America set about to occupy the colonial space left in the aftermath of World War II by France and Britain. During the 1980s, America ravaged South America by helping to depose regimes that were hostile to it's interests. Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, infamously referring to Chile and the rise of General Augusto Pinochet once said, "I don't see why we need to stand by and watch a country go communist due to the irresponsibility of its people. The issues are much too important for the Chilean voters to be left to decide for themselves."

The West's history of violent expansionism

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