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Opération Les casses couilles atomiques #801
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It is a lock and load but I did not writte down my code 55 yet


This is serious words about blowing up an atomic nuke this month


Details will follow shortly


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Still have to be decided as for the time

Target: Armed forces

Location: afghanistan

It will end a war between humanity from Earth and the alien secret services.
It is not the end of the whole story... I still have a personal story to deal with...

Do not panic no nuclear warfare will begin it will be only on time and that's it


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The initial plan of the Enemy Human Alien Hybrids that infiltrated global world intelligence and security services was to get the United States Bogged down in Iraq, and then get our forces dependent on Pakistan lines of communications for resupply into Afghanistan. Then they were going to use terrorist attacks to induce a nuclear exchange between India and Pakistan to destroy our ability to resupply our troops in Afghanistan via Pakistanis ports and Airports. We avoided that vulnerability by flowing our supplies through the Former Soviet Central Asian States and avoided getting bogged down in Iraq. After cutting off our forces in Afghanistan the Isis Caliphate was to destroy our forces teamed with Al Qaeda. The article below was authored by myself along with the following article on their effort to cripple the world economy by blocking the Suez Canal oil transit routes during the height of the world economic crisis.


08/18/09
The Elephant Trap

In the game of chess the term Elephant Trap is used to describe a move by the Black player that sacrifices a minor peace in order to wreck havoc on the White player. In a nutshell, the trap offers up a free Pawn to the White player that, if taken, will have horrible consequences. In terms of our war in Afghanistan, the West is facing one of the most masterful players of the great strategic game in a final end game within one of the most difficult climes in the world. Most senior military analysts have come to conclude that we will have either won or lost the Afghan War within the next twenty four months.

By focusing on the military side of the equation and neglecting the civilian side of the battle we have fallen into Osama’s version of the Elephant Trap. The same conditions of corruption, neglect and hypocrisy that plagued the post Soviet War Afghan government, also exists today. These conditions gave rise to the Taliban following the Soviet pullout and now hamstring our efforts to defeat the Taliban and Al Qaeda. By playing to the weakness of the present Afghan government, Al Qaeda and the Taliban have maneuvered the West into a position of geo-political strategic weakness. This weakness is further amplified by the socio-economic conditions dominant in the West today which have resulted in a turn inwards towards domestic problems, largely to the exclusion of the world at large

It is clear from recent statements, articles and analytical papers that the West recognizes the precariousness of its position in Afghanistan and is the process of realigning its strategic, operational and tactical approach to the conflict. What is less clear, however, is whether or not the West has the political will and economic resources to do what is necessary to regain its geo-political footing in Afghanistan.

Our recent victories in holding the line in the Near East during Al Qaeda’s effort to topple the West economy, the elimination of the Taliban’s senior leader in Pakistan and our success in our recent offensive in Afghanistan offer us a window of time in which to make meaningful changes to our strategy in Afghanistan. These victories, however, did not come cheap and stretched our clandestine capabilities to the limit. It is now up to our military and political leaders to take advantage of this window of opportunity, bought with blood, in order to put the West on the path to victory in Afghanistan. The price of this victory will be neither cheap nor painless. The alternative however is to withdraw in failure and hand a victory to Al Qaeda that will most likely lead to its rebirth on the world stage.

To put this in terms that relate to our old Cold War philosophy, this is a war and race we can’t afford to lose.


02/21/09

Al Qaeda: A Second Front in the Red Sea?

Recent activity in the Red Sea region indicates the possibility that Al Qaeda, in an effort to counter the United States military build-up in Afghanistan, is attempting to open a second front in the Red Sea region. Analysis of the movement of Al Qaeda operatives into Yemen, statements issued by Al Qaeda leaders, along with terrorist operations in Somalia and Egypt indicate we may be seeing the first stages of a terrorist offensive in the Red Sea, Horn of Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa regions.
Further analysis of the current political-economic-demographic situation in Egypt, coupled to Al Qaeda’s existing technical capabilities, indicates that Al Qaeda could inflict serious harm and possibly destabilize Egypt through a coordinated, strategically targeted, and low cost terrorist attacks. Should Al Qaeda succeed in destabilizing Egypt this would seriously undermine the United States position in the region. The benefit to Al Qaeda; and other states hostile to the United States and the West; in accomplishing this would be to significantly raise the price of oil by forcing the re-routing of oil shipments away from the Suez Canal. Such a rise in oil prices would have an immediate positive effect on the economies of such nations as Iran and others hostile to the United States while negatively affecting United States and Western efforts to deal with the current economic crisis.

This effort, also if tied to coordinated attacks in Somalia; along with other operations in Sub-Saharan Africa also has the ability to stretch United States and Western forces to a degree that puts our efforts in Southwest Asia at risk.
Given these conditions, and Al Qaeda’s current technological, logistics, intelligence and information dissemination capabilities, such a threat must be taken seriously. As the United States and Western forces press forward with efforts contain and neutralize Al Qaeda in Southwest Asia it is clear that we face a substantial threat to our flank in the Red Sea region.

Countering this threat will take a coordinated effort by the United States, the Western nations, and supportive governments in the Middle East. Al Qaeda has clearly shown that it is capable of reacting to circumstances with extreme agility and has likely already seen and begun to exploit this vulnerable flank in an effort to undermine our push against it.

Despite statements to the contrary, Al Qaeda remains a formidable foe. In this fight it is imperative that we commit the best and brightest of our intelligence, military and security services in order to hold the line as we move forward in Southwest Asia. I note that much of this assessment was performed as a result of an advanced strategic military simulation I have run. The results of this simulation have been reviewed and accepted by a number of senior academics and military professionals. Given this, I feel it is imperative that the United States and its allies review the current threat posture in the Red Sea region and initiate an appropriate response to counter this emerging threat.

07/05/09
Al Qaeda’s and its Surrogates Effort to Topple the World Economy

Al Qaeda has once again demonstrated it strategic and tactical agility and shifted its operational focus to attack the global financial system during a period of economic vulnerability. A recent regional effort to topple the world economy was detected and disrupted by a combination of quick action by Western and allied counter terrorism and security forces and good luck. Richard Barrett, the coordinator of the al-Qaeda, Taliban Monitoring Team, appointed by the United Nations Secretary-General to support the UN Security Council's 1267 Committee, in his article The Economic Crisis: Al-Qaeda's Response, confirms this Al Qaeda shift in focus as of March 2009.

Analysis of Al Qaeda operations and the results of counter terrorism results during the period February 2009 through June 2009 confirm that Al Qaeda cells and surrogate affiliates were attempting to disrupt and topple the world economy through a series of coordinated terrorist attacks against economic and strategic targets in the Middle East and Europe. Detection and neutralization of Al Qaeda cells in Lebanon, Egypt and Saudi Arabia during the period have provided invaluable insight into the workings of these cells and their links to affiliates and supporters. Data from the breaking of these cells indicates Al Qaeda and its surrogates planned to conduct a series of coordinated attacks against strategic targets, to include fuel related infra-structure, in North Africa, Egypt, the Red Sea Region and the Persian Gulf, as well as Europe. The intent of this operation was to topple the Western Economic System and/or force the World into a Great Depression during a period of extreme economic vulnerability.

Analysis of data also indicates the possibility that Al Qaeda affiliates and supporters such as Ramadan Shallah the leader of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad may have assisted in planning, coordinating and executing this effort to topple the Western economic system. Ramadan Shallah is currently on the FBI’s most wanted list and holds a PHD in economics and finance from a UK university. He has long advocated the replacement of the Western economic system with one based on the principles of Islam and is the leader of one of most violent terrorist factions in the Middle East.

As can be seen from analysis of data during the Feb 2009 through June 2009 period, Al Qaeda and its affiliates have once again demonstrated their strategic and operational agility and the danger they pose to our way of life.

The data that follows is from the FBI’s most wanted list.



RACKETEERING INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATION (RICO); INTERSTATE TRANSPORTATION IN AID OF RACKETEERING; CONSPIRACY TO MURDER PERSONS IN A FOREIGN COUNTRY
RAMADAN ABDULLAH MOHAMMAD SHALLAH




Aliases:
Ramadan Shallah, Rashad, Mohamad El-Fatih, Mahmoud, Radwan, Al-Shaer, Abu Abdullah, Ramadan Abdullah
DESCRIPTION
Date of Birth Used: 
January 1, 1958
Hair:
Black
Place of Birth:
Sajaya, Gaza Strip
Eyes:
Brown
Height:
6'1"
Sex:
Male
Weight:
225 pounds
Complexion:
Light
Build:
Medium
Citizenship:
Palestinian
Languages:
Arabic, English
Scars and Marks:
None known
Remarks:
Shallah earned a PhD in Banking and Economics from a university in England. In the past, he has worked as a university professor in several countries and has ties to Tampa, Florida; the Gaza Strip; Egypt; and London, England. He frequently wears eyeglasses, a moustache, and beard.

CAUTION
Ramadan Abdullah Mohammad Shallah is wanted for conspiracy to conduct the affairs of the designated international terrorist organization known as the "Palestinian Islamic Jihad" (PIJ) through a pattern of racketeering activities such as bombings, murders, extortions, and money laundering. Shallah was one of the original founding members of the PIJ and is presently the Secretary-General and leader of the organization, which has its headquarters located in Damascus, Syria. He was listed as a "Specially Designated Terrorist" under United States law on November 27, 1995. Shallah was indicted in a 53 count indictment in the United States District Court, Middle District of Florida, Tampa, Florida.
REWARD
The Rewards For Justice Program, United States Department of State, is offering a reward of up to $5 million for information leading directly to the apprehension or conviction of Ramadan Abdullah Mohammad Shallah.
SHOULD BE CONSIDERED ARMED AND DANGEROUS
IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION CONCERNING THIS PERSON, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL FBI OFFICE OR THE NEAREST AMERICAN EMBASSY OR CONSULATE.

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Unclassified Reporting

Depicted Terrorist Activity Follows Recommendation for I&W Change for Region

Threat Analysis Performed Saturday, Feb. 14, 2009

(Detection of Indicators of Possible Impending Al Qaeda Operation)

Threat Course of Action Development Monday, Feb. 16, 2009

(Identification of Al Qaeda likely Course of Action)

Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2009

Concerns grow over global reach of Somali militants
Kenya on Alert

Threat Event Analysis Matrix Development Wednesday, Feb 18, 2009

(Isolation and tracking of Al Qaeda COA indicators)

Indication and Warning Advisory Developed, Saturday, Feb. 21, 2009

(Threat to personnel and assets in the region assessed as high, with danger of immediate attacks probable. Based on Al Qaeda COA indicators)

Sunday, Feb. 22, 2009

Bombing at the Khan el-Khalili Mosque in Cairo results in the death of a foreign tourist and 21 others wounded.

Sunday, Feb. 22, 2009

Somalia Suicide Bombing Kills 11 Peacekeepers

Mon, Feb. 23, 2009

Somalia Militants Launch Attacks against Peacekeepers
Monday, Feb. 23, 2009
Mali customs seize weapons bound for Qaeda
Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2009
Officials: 9 killed in Algeria bombing
Friday, Feb. 27, 2009
U.S. citizen stabbed in Cairo tourist area

Saturday, Feb. 28, 2009
Egypt Petrol Bombing of Transport Center



U.S. Embassy Cairo released the following Warden Message on March 2:
Over the past two weeks there has been a series of security incidents in Cairo, including a bombing at the Khan el-Khalili on February 22 that resulted in the death of a foreign tourist, a stabbing at the Khan el-Khalili on February 27 resulting in the injury of an American citizen, and an incident with a Molotov cocktail on the Metro, on February 28, which did not cause any injuries. These events do not appear to be connected, but there is some indication that additional incidents are planned
Post Incident Counter Terrorism Findings:

By Abdel-Rahman Hussein
First Published: May 24, 2009

CAIRO: Seven people, Egyptian and foreign, with ties to Al-Qaeda were arrested in connection with last February’s Al-Hussein bombing, according to a statement by the Ministry of Interior.

They were arrested while in possession of weapons and ammunition and were planning further attacks, according to the statement. Targets were reported to have been tourist sites and oil installations in Sinai. (Economic Targets)

Two Egyptians were identified; Ahmed Mohammed Siddiq and Khaled Mahmoud Moustafa, and the Ministry of Interior claimed that they had entered the Gaza Strip through tunnels to receive training in the use of explosives.

The statement said that one of the suspects in custody had confessed to their involvement in the bombing in Khan Al-Khalili near the Al-Hussein Mosque.
Those arrested besides the two Egyptians were two Palestinians, a British man of Egyptian descent, a Belgian of Tunisian descent and a French woman of Algerian descent.
The two Palestinians are purportedly linked to a group called the Islamic Palestinian Army. It is this group that kidnapped captive Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit with Hamas and were also behind the kidnapping of BBC reporter Alan Johnston in Gaza last year.

It was the Belgian, according to the statement, who stated he had been instructed to travel to Belgium to contact Al-Qaeda operatives to coordinate an attack in France.   
A locally made explosion went off under a bench near Al-Hussein mosque on Feb. 22 injuring 23 and causing the death of a 17-year-old female French student. Another canister was exploded in a controlled demolition by authorities.


ALGIERS, 9 June (AKI) – Algerian police have said that Al-Qaeda militants in the capital Algiers are in contact with members who live in Italy and Germany. According to the Algerian daily el-Khabar, members of Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb include young people in their 30's who are living abroad.

The Algerian daily does not specify the number of members in the group, but it mentions Nasim, also known as Abu Sayyaf, who currently lives in Germany and was recently in Algeria to make contact with AQIM leaders.

Police said inquiries revealed a link between the AQIM cell in Algiers and some Algerian citizens recently arrested in Italy.

Last week, Italian police issued arrest warrants for five North Africans accused of plotting terror attacks in the northern cities of Milan and Bologna in early 2006. It is not known whether the arrests were linked to the cell in Algiers.

The five were alleged to have planned attacks against the subway system in Milan and the San Petronio cathedral in Bologna which dates back to 1390.

Police claimed the five were part of an international group which is active in Algeria, Morocco and Syria.

The Al-Qaeda Organisation in the Islamic Maghreb evolved from the Salafite Group for Preaching and Combat, initially formed to create an Islamic state in Algeria, but is now believed to have more widespread goals.


NYT: U.S. sees new turf for al-Qaida
Intel shows small numbers leave Pakistan tribal areas for Somalia, Yemen
By Eric Schmitt and David E. Sanger
The New York Times
updated 6:46 a.m. ET, Fri., June 12, 2009

WASHINGTON - American officials say they are seeing the first evidence that dozens of fighters with Al Qaeda, and a small handful of the terrorist group’s leaders, are moving to Somalia and Yemen from their principal haven in Pakistan’s tribal areas.
In communications that are being watched carefully at the Pentagon, the White House and the Central Intelligence Agency, the terrorist groups in all three locations are now communicating more frequently, and apparently trying to coordinate their actions, the officials said.
Some aides to President Obama attribute the moves to pressure from intensified drone attacks against Qaeda operatives in Pakistan, after years of unsuccessful American efforts to dislodge the terrorist group from their haven there.

But there are other possible explanations. Chief among them is the growth of the jihadist campaigns in both Somalia and Yemen, which may now have some of the same appeal for militants that Iraq did after the American military invasion there in 2003.

Somalia is now a failed state that bears some resemblance to Afghanistan before the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, while Yemen’s weak government is ineffectually trying to combat the militants, American officials say.

Small numbers

The shift of fighters is still small, perhaps a few dozen, and there is no evidence that the top leaders — Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahri — are considering a move from their refuge in the Pakistani tribal areas, according to more than half a dozen senior administration, military and counterterrorism officials interviewed in recent days.
Most officials would not comment on the record about the details of what they are seeing, because of the sensitivity of the intelligence information they are gathering.
Leon E. Panetta, the C.I.A. director, said in remarks here on Thursday that the United States must prevent Al Qaeda from creating a new sanctuary in Yemen or Somalia.
The steady trickle of fighters from Pakistan could worsen the chaos in Somalia, where an Islamic militant group, the Shabab, has attracted hundreds of foreign jihadists in its quest to topple the weak moderate Islamist government in Mogadishu. It could also swell the ranks of a growing menace in Yemen, where militants now control large areas of the country outside the capital.

“I am very worried about growing safe havens in both Somalia and Yemen, specifically because we have seen Al Qaeda leadership, some leaders, start to flow to Yemen,” Adm. Mike Mullen, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said in remarks at the Brookings Institution here on May 18.
Complicating American strategy

For the United States, the movement creates opportunities as well as risks. With the Obama administration focusing its fight against the Taliban and Al Qaeda on the havens in Afghanistan and Pakistan, a shift of fighters and some leaders to new locations could complicate American efforts to strike a lasting blow.

But in the tribal areas of Pakistan, Qaeda and Taliban forces have drawn for protection on Pashtun tribes with whom they have deep familial and tribal ties. A move away from those areas could expose Qaeda leaders to betrayal, while communications among militants in Pakistan, Somalia and Yemen have created a new opportunity for American intelligence to zero in on insurgents who gave up many electronic communication devices shortly after the Sept. 11 attacks to avoid detection.
A senior Obama administration official attributed some of the movement to “the enormous heat we’ve been putting on the leadership and the mid-ranks” with Predator strikes, launched from both Pakistan and Afghanistan. Mr. Obama’s strategy so far has been to intensify many of the strikes begun under the Bush administration.
“There are indications that some Al Qaeda terrorists are starting to see the tribal areas of Pakistan as a tough place to be,” said an American counterterrorism official. “It is likely that a small number have left the region as a result. Among these individuals, some have probably ended up in Somalia and Yemen, among other places. The Al Qaeda terrorists who are leaving the tribal areas of Pakistan are predominantly foot soldiers.”

Measuring the numbers of these movements is almost as difficult as assessing the motivations of those who are on their way out of the tribal areas.
But American officials say there is evidence of a shift. One senior American military official who follows Africa closely said that more than 100 foreign fighters had trained in terrorism camps in Somalia alone in the past few years. Another senior military officer said that Qaeda operatives and confederates in Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia had stepped up communications with one another.

“What really has us worried is that they’re communicating with each other much more — Al Qaeda in Pakistan, Somalia and Yemen,” the senior military officer said. “They’re asking, ‘What do you need? Financing? Fighters?’ ”

Mr. Obama’s strategy for Afghanistan and Pakistan placed the defeat of Al Qaeda as the No. 1 objective, largely to make sure that the group could not plot new attacks against the United States.

Thus, the movement of the fighters, and the disruption that causes, has been interpreted by some of the president’s top advisers as a sign of success.
But the emergence of new havens, from which Al Qaeda and its affiliates could plot new attacks, raises difficult questions for the United States on how to combat the growing threat, and creates the possibility that increased missile strikes are in the offing in Yemen and Somalia.

“Those are issues that I think the international community is going to have to address because Al Qaeda is not going away,” Admiral Mullen told a Senate committee on May 21.

The C.I.A. says its drone attacks in Pakistan have disrupted Al Qaeda’s operations and damaged the group’s senior ranks. American officials say that strikes have killed 11 of the top 20 Qaeda leaders in the past year.

“Al Qaeda has been hit by drones and it has generated a lot of insecurity among them,” said Talat Masood, a retired Pakistani general and military analyst in Islamabad.
“Many among them are uneasy and it is possible that they are leaving for Somalia and other jihadi battle fronts,” he said. “The hard core, however, will like to stay on.”
Without singling out any countries, Adm. Eric T. Olson, the head of the Special Operations Command, spoke in general terms last week about how the increased Pakistani military operations in the Swat Valley and early indications of a new Pakistani offensive in South Waziristan had put militants on the run.
“As the Pakistanis are applying pressure,” Admiral Olson told a House panel, “it will shift some of the sanctuaries to other places.”
Jack Styczynski contributed reporting from New York.

This article, Some Pakistan Qaeda Fighters Now in Yemen and Somalia, first appeared in The New York Times.
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URL: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/31279976/ns/world_news/
Egypt Arrests Group It Says Plotted Suez Attacks
Egypt arrests group it says had links to al-Qaida and plotted attacks on Suez Canal
By MAGGIE MICHAEL
The Associated Press

CAIRO

JULY 9TH, 2009

Egyptian authorities arrested 25 people on suspicion of plotting attacks on oil pipelines and ships in the Suez Canal, the Interior Ministry said in a statement on Thursday.
The group, which Egypt said had links to al-Qaida, was made up of two dozen Egyptians — most of them engineers and technicians — and their Palestinian leader. They also had contacts with militants in the Gaza Strip, the ministry said.

"They believe in takfiri and jihadi thought," a ministry statement said, referring to the radical Sunni Muslim ideology espoused by groups like al-Qaida.
The group planned to use explosives rigged with mobile phone-activated detonators against shipping in the busy Suez Canal, and learned about explosives from al-Qaida militants on jihadi Web sites, the statement said.

In April, Egypt announced it had disrupted a militant cell linked to Lebanon's Shiite Hezbollah movement that also planned to target the Suez Canal.
One of the suspects in the case announced on Thursday crossed into the Gaza Strip to meet up with the Palestinian Army of Islam group to receive instructions on attacking vital and important targets in Egypt, the ministry said.

A group by that name did once operate in Gaza, but was later dismantled by the local Hamas rulers.

Egyptian authorities confiscated explosives, diving suites, electronics and a handgun linked to an attack on a Coptic Christian's jewelry shop in May 2008.
According to confessions the ministry said the group made, the detainees killed the Copt and his three workers during a robbery. They also received funds from Islamic charities abroad.

In May, Egypt announced arrests of seven alleged members of the Palestinian Army of Islam for a bombing in February at Cairo's Khan el-Khalili bazaar that killed one French woman.
Diaa Rashwan, an expert in Islamic militant groups, expressed skepticism and said there are many questions surrounding the Interior Ministry's allegations, and similar cases had never gone to court.

"Here is a catalog of accusations, targets and ties to different groups that don't fit together," Rashwan said.

In the early 1990s, Egypt battled Islamic extremists who attacked police, government officials, tourist sites and commercial interests of the country's Christian minority.
Also Thursday, a security official in northern Sinai said 1,550 pounds (700 kilograms) of TNT destined for Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip was found during a search of a storage area outside the city of el-Arish in the northern Sinai Peninsula.

The official, speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the media, said no arrests were made.
In Lebanon, meanwhile, a military court convicted 12 Palestinians, also described as inspired by al-Qaida, of committing terrorist attacks. Five of them were sentenced in absentia and given life in prison.

All the defendants, most of whom are Palestinians, were members of the militant Fatah Islam group, which battled Lebanese troops for three months in northern Lebanon in 2007. The 12 were found guilty of carrying out bomb attacks in the north and south of the country and establishing an armed gang with the aim of attacking people and weakening state authority.
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Associated Press Writers Ashraf Sweilam in el-Arish, Egypt, and Hussein Dakroub in Beirut contributed to this report.
Copyright 2009 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
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EXCLUSIVE: US Launches Military Strike in Somalia Against al Qaeda Target
A US Official Confirms That Nabhan's Body Was Recovered By The Attacking US Forces.
By LUIS MARTINEZ, KIRIT RADIA, DANA HUGHES, and JASON RYAN
Sept. 14, 2009—

A U.S. commando attack in Somalia has killed an al Qaeda operative who is on the FBI's list of most wanted terrorists, sources tell ABC News.

The dead terrorist, Saleh Ali Nabhan, is believed to have taken part in the 1998 attacks on U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. He is also believed to have orchestrated the 2002 bombing of a resort hotel in Mombasa, Kenya, and a failed missile attack on an Israeli airliner leaving Mombasa airport.

Several sources tell ABC News at least one U.S. helicopter fired on a convoy carrying suspected al Qaeda targets in southern Somalia. An American official says a U.S. Navy ship was also nearby to monitor the situation and provide assistance if needed.

Ali Nabhan's death has not yet been officially confirmed, but sources tell ABC News that his body is now in U.S. custody.
Ali Nabhan, a 28-year-old Kenyan, is on the FBI's most wanted list for terrorist activities such as the resort and missile attacks as well as participation in the 1998 attack on the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania.

An internal U.S. government report described to ABC News details Ali Nabhan's efforts in Somalia as a top al Qaeda officer in East Africa. The report claims that Ali Nabhan ran training camps in Somalia for foreign fighters, including some Americans of Somali descent. Some of the graduates of these terror camps have been tied to attacks and threats around the globe, the report states.

According to one source, U.S. military helicopters attacked suspected al Qaeda elements traveling south of Mogadishu and killed all the occupants of the convoy. Initial reports say the U.S. choppers landed on the scene and took the bodies with them. Ali Nabhan's body was among the causalities, the source said.
A U.S. official confirms that Ali Nabhan's body was recovered by the attacking U.S. forces.

In recent years, the U.S. military has been involved in operations targeting terrorists who use Somalia as a base of refuge.

It is believed that Ali Nabhan was the target of an earlier U.S. military strike in March 2008 that involved the U.S. Navy's launch of two Tomahawk cruise missiles.
In January 2007, the U.S. conducted two airstrikes by C-130 gunships to target al Qaeda operatives involved in the 1998 embassy attacks in Kenya and Tanzania. Those raids were conducted with the cooperation of Ethiopia. It is believed that a U.S. military team entered Somali territory after the strikes to assess the strike and to confirm the identities of the targets.

Somalia Is Refuge for Islamist Terrorists

In June 2007, a U.S. Navy ship fired its guns at Islamist fighters and foreign jihadists believed hiding in the Puntland region of Somalia.
The war-torn nation hasn't had a functioning government since 1991. The current Transitional Federal Government is battling al-Qaeda backed Islamist militant groups, the largest being Al Shabaab. U.S. officials have expressed concern over the country becoming a haven for terrorists, and have also admitted shipping weapons to the TFG to help the government survive.

During her African-tour last month Secretary of State Hillary Clinton reaffirmed U.S. support of the TFG "Certainly if Al Shabaab were to obtain a haven in Somalia which could then attract al Qaeda and other terrorists actors, it would be a threat to the United States."
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These three images depict the operations of the survivors of the 1st Alien Warp Ship to crash on Earth about eight thousand years ago. These survivors have been battling the group that landed at the Minoan Island of Thera roughly four thousand years ago. That enemy group allied themselves with the cult of Ba'al and other Ba'al associated cults.

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This is copy of the work I did with regards to the threat offensive in the Red Sea Region.

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Supercomputer Predicts Civil Unrest
By Jesse Emspak | Thu Sep 8, 2011 01:09 PM ET

In Isaac Asimov's "Foundation" series, the future of masses of people can be predicted with "psychohistory," a method of predicting future political and social trends, using a device called the "Prime Radiant." In the 1950s, there wasn't the math or the computational power available to make such a thing reality. Now there might be.
Supercomputers, such as the Nautilus at the University of Tennessee's Center for Remote Data Analysis and Visualization, may have brought the world closer to Asimov's vision, though it is still early days. The key is seeking patterns in massive amounts of data and being able to visualize them. Kalev Leetaru, assistant director for text and digital media analytics at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, did just that.

Leetaru used a database of 100 million news articles spanning the period from 1979 to early 2011. The data is from the Open Source Center and Summary of World Broadcasts, both set up by the U.S. and British intelligence agencies to monitor what amounts to nearly every news source in the world and translate them into nuanced English. By analyzing the text in the news stories and the tone -- whether they were largely positive or negative -- Leetaru found patterns emerging that seemed to line up with major periods of unrest. For example, in Egypt, the tone of news articles about Mubarak grew increasingly negative as the protests grew, until eventually Mubarak resigned.

It isn't just the tone of the articles, however; it's also the change in tone over time. According to Leetaru's findings, Saudia Arabia's government has remained in power because the tone of the news there has been equally negative in the past, whereas the tenor of it in Tunisia and Egypt has hit new lows. Leetaru notes that many country experts on Egypt said Mubarak would likely ride out the uprising, as he had done before.

Another pattern the supercomputer was able to tease out was evidence of Osama bin Laden living in Pakistan. It did so by checking how often his name was recorded in association with the country. Visualized as lines on a map (pictured above) connecting the cities mentioned in stories that also referenced bin Laden, a pattern emerged that centered on northern Pakistan -- within a couple of hundred miles of Islamabad.

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All this is possible because the supercomputer can seek patterns in networks with 100 trillion connections and 10 billion nodes (or actors). An ordinary computer, Leetaru says, can only look at small parts of the data at a time, and even attempting to run many in parallel wouldn't do the job. That's because when mapping networks, the amount of memory required goes up exponentially with the number of connections. Only a supercomputer could do it, and it was getting the time on the machine (140,000 hours per processor, or about a week with the whole thing running at once) that really enabled Leetaru to make the kinds of conclusions he did.

The technology isn't able to predict events precisely yet. Leetaru likens it to the early days of weather forecasting -- at one point, not much better than a guess, but now reliable enough to base decisions on. It won't predict individual actions, but it might be able to say what the reaction to something like the self-immolation of Mohamed Bouazizi in Tunisia would be.

It's obvious why Intelligence agencies and militaries would be very interested. Asked if they had called, Leetaru said, "I can't answer that."

February 1, 2014

The Information Warfare Shaped Charge

Recent history shows that the unauthorized release of highly sensitive data or tailored media products/events can have dramatic societal effects equivalent to those rendered by a conventional weapon. As illustrated by the unauthorized disclosure of thousands of sensitive United States State Department diplomatic cables, such a release can trigger a variety of responses from the severing of diplomatic relations to riots and mass demonstrations.

Such outcomes are not solely linked to the unauthorized disclosure of information, but may also include the release of tailored media products or events such as the recent release of a highly controversial film on the life of the Islamic Prophet Mohammad and Koran burning acts by a Florida Christian Pastor. These releases served to illustrate the power of such acts to affect the social environment. For the purposes of this discussion these type of releases are characterized as uncontrolled omni-directional information warfare charges. They are referred to as being omni-directional in that the effects of the release affect all segments of a society. This differs from shaped or directional information warfare charges which are designed to affect a particular segment or strata of society.

For an omni-directional or shaped information warfare charge to be effective a number of conditions must be present within the social environment. These conditions include but are not limited to the presence of social tensions; political, economic, security and demographic disparities; and readily available means of communication and information transmission.

Terrorist organizations view and consider the aforementioned social conditions in much the way as a information warfare organization. The difference between the two being the terrorist organization seeks to affect social conditions through the application of violence, while the information warfare organization seeks to affect social conditions through the release of information or tailored media products or events.

As illustrated by the preceding discussion, a release of information can have as significant impact on the social environment as that of a major terrorist attack. By shaping and focusing a release of information, this paper argues it is possible to significantly affect social conditions within a specific segment of society and induce a response that can have far reaching effects for a society. The ability to do this is directly linked to an organization's or information warfare targeting officer's ability to correctly assess social conditions and factors present in a society and time the release of information to correspond with a peak in social tensions.

As illustrated by the great social leaders of the past, use of shaped information warfare releases can alter the very structure of society. The actions of Martin Luther King during the American Civil Rights movement offers us a good example of the application of this concept with the context of modern history. By structuring his public statements/information releases in response to peaks in social tensions, in a manner designed to resonate with a particular segment of society, King was able to reshape the social structure of American society. In doing so, he demonstrated the practical application of shaped information warfare releases.

Such an application of information warfare can be enhanced through the concurrent application of state power, be it soft or hard power. By coordinating the employment of an information warfare shaped charge with the appropriate application of state power it is possible, this paper argues, to induce significant change in a social structure at an accelerated rate. One example of this is illustrated by the United States federal government's use of power in support of the civil rights movement during the time of Martin Luther King.

In conclusion, this paper has shown that information warfare data releases can be employed in a manner similar to that of conventional weapons. It has also shown that such releases can be shaped and focused to target a specific segment of society and the effectiveness of such a release can be enhanced through the concurrent application of state power.


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Well it will probably interest many people but I will not read such a long replies...

The thread is meant to talk about something that will happen next week-end

a nuke atomic in afghanistan and please keep it that way I need clear comm...


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The material is found but the story is going wierd

This is a propanganda I did to make fun of some people in the futur:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nwd...e4luvg05uqhheybk0h00410.1526381039652628

Don't freak out if you understand what is going on... They are just giving a warning before some sort of peace



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The nuke in Afghanistan is old news. Blended in from the attempt to trigger an Indo Pak nuclear war

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I know how old this information is and how far people been talking about it. They plan to do it next summer but using a time travel to make it happens next week-end. They haven't said yet if it is going to be saturday or sunday neither they said the time. A wierd story is in their mind about going back in past to take Hitler and bring it back here in our time after the nuke. This is a side story it is not necesserally planned. The actors remembered their parts so the weapon is found where it was hidden, they have the detonator ready and it is a lock and load. The only last thing is the final authorisation. The order to push the button but the commanding officer have not yet decided wich self in time will have this responsability. It is decided to happen next week-end so it will. I already saw a recording of it on live TV and used it in my footage.

I saw it happening, I have been watching it in my past, I got recording so had everything to know about it but I forgot...
I was just waiting to know ''WHEN'' and the answer is next summer but will happen before for people not concerned.



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Xeno you re very close to the truth, but it is slightly blurred. Our security services retrieved a very expensive clone of Hitler from Venezuela. We handed him of to the MA State social services and Harvard University for genetic study. This happened roughly a year ago as we were cleaning out this clone field test site on the Canadian American Border that had an old World War Two Nazi fifth column cell located here during that War.

The cell here was building parts for an old Nike Hercules Nuclear Warhead in a CadCam plant they set up in an old catholic church. A joint Terrorism task force raided that facility and found they were funneling the parts down to Venezuela and North Korea. They had both Radio and Computer data links to ISIS But had not provided them with Nuclear Components at the time of our raid.

We tracked them to this location by tracing a live feed from the control room of the Iranian Bashir nuclear reactor we hacked into they set up with Iran's Republican Guard.

The two photos are of the CadCam nuke part factory they set up in an old Catholic Church they bought on the Canadian American Border near the St. Lawrence Sea Way. It just North of the old now Mothballed Vermont Yankee Nuclear Planet with large number of fuel rods in storage on the facility. The women closing the door was a corrupt local town official NAZI Fifth Column That was part of the clone field test site team. We seized the nuke parts plant and placed it under a Jewish Front Company.

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It will be the Furher


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The planned date has been decided

Sunday 20th may 2018

I do not have the moment in time and I think I don't really want to know yet. It will blow up at the right time.

This will be a temporal operation that will take place probably next summer or later but the time travel is to go back in the past the 20th of this month to do it. So it can still happen differently than said wich is something making me nervous. It is not the first time I hear it is going to happen but this time the information is coming from high position people that have agreed on the planned date. I hope it will work this time and it will happen so my fight here will be over about my job and the lesson we tried to give. When the bomb will blow up in afghanistan I will be willing to declare peace between our civilisation/specy and humanity from Earth but there will be a bunch of conditions. Do not freak out when it will happen. It is just a small bomb that will be used in the propose of a symbol, act of peace and it WILL BE A BIG FAKE... The medi will say a bunch of people died and the planet is going to freak out and that is what we want. Later on they will tell the public they did not find any dead bodies and also... We are putting back Hitler just for a joke but I do not know if this will be known by the public. The CSIS is aware of the operation and the canadian government knows that THIS IS NOT AN ATTACK. We hope they will collaborate with us.


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Lock and load


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Green light and detonator activated

00:00 Québec time (around that)

I guess on 00:00.29


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Operation is a success but the planned incident will remain classified a while to avoid the population to freak out.

Thanks to CSIS for its collaboration and to all the fiction team


Simulation is NOT over



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