- AP reports “Explosion in Istanbul” (nothing to do with Islam, why mention that it was a suicide bomber…? wounding 32 people, including 15 policemen……)
White House “counterterrorism adviser” (a guy who believes that ‘jihad is legitimate’ and calls Jerusalem “Al Quds) Â John Brennan says explosives found on two jets could have been detonated in midair over the U.S., as he warns more bombs may be out there as part of Al Qaeda plot. Â VIDEO
- Mail Bombs Traveled on Passenger Flights
- Investigators Almost Missed 1 Bomb
- Manhunt Grows as Plot Terror Ties Probed
- Tough Obstacles in Yemen Terror Fight
Yemen parcel bombmaker believed to be al Qaeda terrorist Ibrahim Hassan Al Asiri
The man believed to have made the parcel bombs is Ibrahim Hassan Al Asiri, a Yemen-based terrorist described as one of the most ruthless and fanatical of all al Qaeda’s followers. (Telegraph)
Obama adviser decries anti-Islam sentiments
Rashad Hussain travels the world on behalf of the U.S. government to improve “outreach” to the Muslim world.
Speaking to about 400 people in Livonia, President Barack Obama’s envoy to the Muslim world said there is a “disturbing rise in anti-Islamic sentiment” that may be caused in part by the poor economy. (Free Press)
Latest updates: Reach out, I’ll be there…..
“Yemen isÂ like a bus station — we stop some terrorists, and we send others on to fight elsewhere … We appease our partners in the West, but we are not really helping.” – Yemeni political analyst Murad Abdul Wahed Zafir, 2008.
SANAAÂ (Reuters) – Yemen freed on Sunday a female suspect detained in connection with explosive packages sent from Yemen and bound for the United States on condition that she appears when summoned for questioning, a relative said.
Asked if the woman had been released, a family member who refused to be identified, replied: “Yes.”
AL Qaeda bomb plotters hoped to stage a Lockerbie-style outrage over Britain.
Explosives found inside a modified printer ink cartridge on board a cargo plane at East Midlands ÂAirport were primed to detonate in mid-air…
Home Secretary Theresa May yesterday said: “I can confirm that the device was viable and could have exploded. The target may have been an aircraft and had it it detonated, the aircraft could have been brought down.”
Security chiefs initially believed the bomb, which was to be activated via a timer, was destined for a synagogue in the US.
David Cameron: “We believe the device was designed to go off on the aeroplane”
“We cannot be sure about when that was supposed to take place,” he added.
“There is no early evidence that it was meant to take place over British soil, but of course we cannot rule it out.”
This is the same schmuck who wants to censure the EDL.