Waziristan Update

The recent release of several Al Qaeda prisoners, as detailed by Bill Roggio at The Fourth Rail looks very ominous for Waziristan if the truce is a sham. It appears to the knowledgable as if it might be, but something is still not adding up here.

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Pope’s Point Proven

The Pope recently gave a speech in which he he quoted the Byzantine emperor Manuel II Paleologus who severely indicted radical Islamism and forced conversions. Since they have trouble understanding parts of speech, like modifiers, the Palestinians prove his the fourteenth century Emperor’s point in modern times.

UPDATE Sister Leonella Murdered, she was shot four times in her back at the door of the S.O.S. hospital in Mogadishu.

A.P. Photo of Sister Leonella, A.P. Story

Is it time for the murder mullahs to reap what they sow? Is it time for the islamic death-priests to die themselves? Will this generational conflict, this clash of civilizations, this misunderstanding as CAIR would have it, be resolved until the real instigators find Allah?

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Find This Terrorist


Urgent news from Abu Dawood, the newly appointed commander of the al Qaeda forces in Afghanistan: Final preparations have been made for the American Hiroshima, a major attack on the U. S. Muslims living in the United States should leave the country without further warning. The attack will be commandeered by Adnan el Shukrijumah (“Jaffer Tayyer” or “Jafer the Pilot”), a naturalized American citizen, who was raised in Brooklyn and educated in southern Florida. The al Qaeda operatives who will launch this attack are awaiting final orders. They remain in place in cities throughout the country. Many are masquerading as Christians and have adopted Christian names.

I am not certain as to how reliable this report is, but if true should shed more light on why it’s urgent to find Adnan G. El Shurkrijumah.

The FBI is searching for Adnan G. El Shukrijumah.

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The Century of Freedom

The drive back from Tulsa was beautiful, the fall is the best time of year in the midwest — the temperature is perfect, there’s always a breeze and the sun is shines from a porcelain blue sky. You pass by the waving fields preparing for the harvests that feed the world, and the ranches with horses frolicing in the re-greened fields. You roll through wooded hills, across rivers winding to sea and past quiet towns where folks are happy and smiling.

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ABC Mis-reports on Waziristan Treaty

Following up on the Waziristan Treaty, we have tribal leaders and elders verifying that the pact was with the tribes, not the Taliban as ABC mis-reported. We have this article from the Pakistan Observer

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300 Taliban Sent to Graves

Nato forces have cornered a large contingent of Taliban fighters, and they are taking them apart piecemeal. Meanwhile, “Taliban Bob” still has the home phone number of a Reuters reporter and keeps calling in to say the equivalent of “There are no American Tanks in Baghdad!”

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The Path to 9/11

The left is google bombing the Path To 9/11, because they can’t stand the light of even a little truth. Here’s the link to the docudrama at ABC, let’s hope they don’t over-edit.

Others blogging:

Captain’s Quarters

Little green footballs

If you’ve been reading Noblesse awhile, you know my posts usually are not this brief, this is a tag post to counter the g-bomb.

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Rumors of Bin Laden: The Chitralis Speak

Interesting note from Chitral in light of the recent events and speculation regarding the impact and effects of the Waziristan Pact, from the Chitral News:

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North Waziristan Update

In closing statements from their meeting in Afghanistan, Musharaf and Karzai pledge mutual support, and an end to blaming each other in the fight against the Taliban and Al Qaeda, and renewed vigor against terrorism. This is the second part of their meetings after the North Waziristan treaty in Pakistan. Since then 70 Aghan expatriate families are now migrating back from Pakistan to Afghanistan.

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North Waziristan Tribes Sign Peace Pact With Musharaf

There’s a lot of furor over Pakistan’s recent pact with the tribes in North Waziristan, but if you’ve been following the war updates here, you should have seen this coming.

The first thing to remember is that these people are not monolithically Taliban, as ABC news would have us believe (Situation Deteriorating in Afghanistan and the War on Terror is the Action line for the DNC, Richard Clarke, and the liberal press right now.)

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