June 30, 2006

Bin Laden tape praises al-Zarqawi as great 'knight'

An audio message posted Friday on an Islamic Web site purports to be the voice of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, grieving over the death of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi and taunting President Bush.

Al-Zarqawi, a Jordanian who masterminded hundreds of bombings, kidnappings and beheadings in Iraq, was killed June 7 in an U.S. airstrike north of Baghdad. He was al Qaeda's leader in Iraq.

On the tape, bin Laden addresses President Bush directly and demands that the U.S. return al-Zarqawi's body to his family in Jordan.

Full Story @ CNN.com

Posted by Muddy at 07:43 AM | Comments (98)

June 28, 2006

Hello?, Bashar al-Assad can you come out to play?

IAF planes flew over Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's palace in the city of Latakia in northwestern Syria early Wednesday morning, officials revealed on Wednesday evening.

The IDF said the flyover, carried out by four planes flying in a low-altitude pattern, was a part of an overall IDF operation aimed at pressuring the Syrian leadership to expel Hamas Politburo chief Khaled Mashaal from Damascus.

According to Israel, Mashaal has been calling the shots out of the Syrian capital and orchestrated the kidnapping of IDF soldier Gilad Shalit.

Syria responded by saying that its air defenses opened fire on the warplanes, forcing them to flee.

Full Story @ Jerusalem Post

Oh come on Israel, sonic boom fly overs are so last decade, try something new for a change. I suggest a fly by at low speed with a crop duster, however fill it with urine. You could also do parachute drops of bacon all over the country, see how many muslims you could get to eat pork. :-P
That would get Assad's attention. -Ed

Posted by Muddy at 04:01 PM | Comments (286)

June 26, 2006

Palestinian terrorists still holding Shalit

For the families of the thousands of Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli jails, the abduction on Sunday of IDF soldier Cpl. Gilad Shalit is good news because of the possibility that it could result in a prisoner swap with Israel.

On Monday, many families and groups appealed to the Hamas kidnappers not to release the soldier unless Israel agreed to set free a large number of prisoners.

In Ramallah and Gaza City, the relatives of some of the prisoners held press conferences during which they urged the kidnapers to resist efforts to release Shalit without security the release of their sons. The families also staged sit-in protests outside the offices of the International Committee for the Red Cross to demand the release of their sons.

Full Story @ Jerusalem Post

Hrmm.. troops massing on the boarder and your making demands. Seems like someone is feeling really lucky today. :-P

Posted by Muddy at 04:10 PM | Comments (0)

June 09, 2006

Record meteorite hit Norway

As Wednesday morning dawned, northern Norway was hit with an impact comparable to the atomic bomb used on Hiroshima.

At around 2:05 a.m. on Wednesday, residents of the northern part of Troms and the western areas of Finnmark could clearly see a ball of fire taking several seconds to travel across the sky.

A few minutes later an impact could be heard and geophysics and seismology research foundation NORSAR registered a powerful sound and seismic disturbances at 02:13.25 a.m. at their station in Karasjok.

Farmer Peter Bruvold was out on his farm in Lyngseidet with a camera because his mare Virika was about to foal for the first time.

Full Story @ Aftenposten.no

Posted by Muddy at 09:01 PM | Comments (0)

And Now For Something Completely Different....

I was shown this earlier today and laughed my butt off! Some of you may have seen this before but it's still fun - IMO. This will take a few minutes of your time (in ways, it seems to go on forever) but *I* think it's worth it.:-) Have fun and remember....Just Keep Pressing! :-)


Posted by Mrs Muddy at 02:15 AM | Comments (0)

June 08, 2006

Iraqi leader: Al-Zarqawi is eliminated

The Iraqi prime minister has announced the killing of al-Qaeda chief in Iraq, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.

Nuri al-Maliki announced the killing of Jordanian-born Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the head of an organisation known as al-Qaeda in Mesopotamia, at a news conference in Baghdad broadcast live by Iraqi state and international media organisations on Thursday.

He said al-Zarqawi was killed along with seven aides on Wednesday evening in a house 50km northeast of Baghdad, in the province of Diyala, just east of the provincial capital, Baquba.

"Today, al-Zarqawi was eliminated," al-Maliki told a news conference, drawing applause from reporters in the hall where he made the announcement, flanked by Zalmay Khalilzad, the US ambassador, and US General George Casey, the top US commander in Iraq.

Full Story @ Aljazeera.Net

Good work Iraq.

Posted by Muddy at 05:57 AM | Comments (125)

June 07, 2006

Experts say report of badges for Jews in Iran is untrue

Several experts are casting doubt on reports that Iran had passed a law requiring the country’s Jews and other religious minorities to wear coloured badges identifying them as non-Muslims.

The Iranian embassy in Otttawa also denied the Iranian government had passed such a law.

A news story and column by Iranian-born analyst Amir Taheri in yesterday’s National Post reported that the Iranian parliament had passed a sweeping new law this week outlining proper dress for Iran’s majority Muslims, including an order for Jews, Christians and Zoroastrians to wear special strips of cloth.

According to the reports, Jews were to wear yellow cloth strips, called zonnar, while Christians were to wear red and Zoroastrians blue.

Full Story @ canada.com network

Ok DF, I posted a story that was found to be untrue, the strange part is when liberal rags post stories that turn out to be untrue, how many of them post that??

Posted by Muddy at 08:01 AM | Comments (115)

June 04, 2006

Web users to 'patrol' US border

A US state is to enlist web users in its fight against illegal immigration by offering live surveillance footage of the Mexican border on the internet.

The plan will allow web users worldwide to watch Texas' border with Mexico and phone the authorities if they spot any apparently illegal crossings.

Texas Governor Rick Perry said the cameras would focus on "hot-spots and common routes" used to enter the US.

US lawmakers have been debating a divisive new illegal immigration bill.

Full Story @ BBC NEWS

The idea is half right, what we need are remote control sniper rifles (with night vision) to match the cameras. You would not have to kill to many to send the message that coming here legally is much better than being dead. -Ed

Posted by Muddy at 11:27 PM | Comments (1)