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[ news] May 29, 2010 - Newslinks

May 29, 2010 - Newslinks

Pakistan: Death toll rises to 98 in Pakistan attacks

-- Lahore attack victims laid to rest
-- Pakistan mosque massacre toll would have been higher but for heroes

Pakistan: Punjab Taliban responsible for mosque attacks: Captured terrorist

Pakistan: Punjab govt warned in advance: Rehman Malik\05\29\story_29-5-2010_pg1_2

Pakistan: Ahmadis demand protection after attacks
-- Pakistan Dawn describes Ahmadis as "reviled as heretics by mainstream Muslims"

(Pakistan/U.S.) Times Square Car Bomb Case: Another suspect revealed in Times Square bomb case -- Humbal Akhtar

-- Aftab Khan, accused of giving cash to Times Square bomb suspect, ordered deported to Pakistan

(Pakistan/U.S.) Options studied for a possible Pakistan strike
--- Washington Post: "'Planning has been reinvigorated in the wake of Times Square,' one of the officials said."

-- NYC plot prompts U.S. to plan Pakistan attack
-- US weighs military option in Pakistan

--- GEO: "The U.S. military is developing plans for a unilateral attack on the Pakistani Taliban in the event of a successful terrorist strike in the United States that can be traced to them, a US newspaper reports."
-- U.S. studies options for possible Pakistan attack: report

(Pakistan/U.S.) Pakistan Daily Times editorial denounces "the Obama doctrine" as "flowery words while pursuing the same venomous policies"\05\29\story_29-5-2010_pg3_1

(Pakistan/U.S.) U.S. Is a Top Villain in Pakistan’s Conspiracy Talk
-- NYT: "Americans may think that the failed Times Square bomb was planted by a man named Faisal Shahzad. But the view in the Supreme Court Bar Association here in Pakistan's capital is that the culprit was an American 'think tank.'"

(Pakistan) UN expert urges US to rethink use of deadly drones

(Pakistan/France) Two French journalists held in Peshawar
-- for "making videos of sensitive locations"

(Pakistan) Even 1000 terrorists can't get access to Pak nukes: Dr. Qadeer

-- GEO reports on comments from leader of Pakistan nuclear scientist who led black market efforts to spread nuclear weapon technology

Pakistan troops kill 80 Taliban fighters in Orakzai region

(Pakistan) Blast heard in DI Khan

(AfPak) Taliban Leave Pakistan, but Afghans Repel Them

(AfPak) Taliban capture Afghan district on Pakistan border: official

(Afghanistan) Taliban fighters seize district in east Afghanistan
-- Barg-i-Matal district of mountainous Nuristan province

(Afghanistan) Taliban win battle in Afghanistan, sources say

(Afghanistan) 11 Taliban killed in Afghanistan

(Afghanistan) NATO airstrike kills 25 insurgents in northern Afghanistan

(Afghanistan) U.S. acknowledges mistaken attack on Afghan civilians
-- Report faults drone operators for civilian deaths in Afghanistan airstrike

(U.S.) CNN Poll: Fear of terrorist attack in U.S. rises

-- CNN: "For the first time in nearly four years, a majority of Americans think that a terrorist attack is likely to occur somewhere in the United States in the next few weeks, according to a new national poll."

(U.S.) NY: Feds: Newburgh Four case 'not about Al-Qaeda'
-- David Williams, Laguerre Payen, Onta Williams and accused ringleader James Cromitie
-- Times Herald-Record: "The four are accused of trying to blow up two Bronx synagogues and shoot down military planes at Stewart Airport."

-- "A federal prosecutor on Friday said the Newburgh Four weren’t connected to any actual terrorist organizations, but the men still planned to attack innocent people."

-- US not alleging terror ties in NY temple-bomb case

(U.S.) Congressmen Propose Pre-Paid Phone Registration to Prevent Terrorism

(U.S.) Ignoring al Qaeda's ideology is a threat to US national security - by Walid Phares
-- Walid Phares states: "If we drop these very words we would be doing exactly what the Jihadists want us to do: linking them to the entire community instead of separating them from the majority of Muslims."

(U.S.) Guantanamo Bay: No Terror Evidence Against Some Detainees

Lebanon: Hizbollah opens theme park in Lebanon mountains

Yemen Al Qaeda video announces a new leader

Yemen: Tape shows Saudi man's Al Qaida link

"Al Qaeda faces shortage of bombers"

Other News:

(U.S.) NYC: Radio Show Host Michael Berry Says if NYC Mosque Built, He Hopes "Somebody Blows it Up"
-- Berry under fire for mosque bomb remark
-- Chron reports: "In comments Wednesday on KPRC-950 AM, Michael Berry said, 'I'll tell you this -- if you do build a mosque, I hope somebody blows it up.” Berry added: “I hope the mosque isn't built, and if it is, I hope it's blown up, and I mean that.'"
-- National Review: "Conservative Radio Host Michael Berry Calls For Bombing of Ground Zero Mosque"

--- Audio file of comments

"Iraqi Columnist in Arab Liberal Online Daily Elaph: The Hostile and Provocative Name Chosen for the Planned Ground Zero Cordoba Mosque Symbolizes Dreams of Expansion and Invasion of the Territory of the Other"

(U.S.) Boston: Religious leaders unite to blast Cahill
--- Boston Globe: "Citing the recent Boston-area arrests in connection with the failed Times Square bombing, Cahill said, 'The overwhelming majority of Muslim-Americans are peaceable people who love this land, but the bottom line is, someone in Boston knew about this before it happened and didn't speak up. That has to change.'"

(U.S.) Boston: Muslim Leader Raises Eyebrows At Brighton Mosque
-- WBZTV reports on comments by Imam Abdullah Faaruuq, leader of the Mosque for the Praising of Allah
-- WBZTV: "some people are concerned about comments the imam made at the Yusuf Mosque in Brighton in March. He called for action and asked the Muslims gathered for his sermon to 'grab onto the shovel, grab onto the gun and the sword. Don't be afraid to step out into this world and do your job.' The imam also asked for support of Aafia Siddiqui and Tarek Mehanna."
-- Saturday Lecture Mar 06, 2010: "Friends and Protectors Of One Another" by Imam Abdullah Faaruuq

Pakistan: Reports on Child Labor and Sexual Abuse of Children in Pakistani Society

Pakistan's sectarian problem

Sweden: The anti-Catholic cartoon

Hamas PM Ismail Haniyeh: Gaza flotilla a triumph

Thailand Cancels Curfew

Women's News:

India: Porbandar honour killing: Main accused arrested

Against Racial Supremacism News:

Chicago: KKK-sponsored event won't happen near Mokena
-- Ku Klux Klan planned "Nordic Fest" where it planned "cross and swastika lighting",052810rally.article


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