Wednesday, August 7, 2013

DailyGeez August 7, 2013

DailyGeez August 7, 2013

1. Motorcycle Bomb Kills 11 Including Children At Pakistan Soccer Stadium
August 7, 2013 At least 11 people, including several children, were killed and 26 others were injured in Karachi on Wednesday when a bomb exploded outside a crowded soccer stadium (BBCDawnETReuters,VOA).  Razaq Dharejo, a senior police official, said the bomb was hidden in a motorcycle that was planted near the vehicle of Javed Naghori, a provincial minister from Sindh province who was attending the late-night match between local teams in the Lyari district of the city; Naghori was not wounded in the blast.  No group has claimed responsibility for the attack, the second targeting Naghori this year.

2. Firefight in Kashmir Kills 5 Indian 2 Pakistan Soldiers
August 5, 6, 2013 After gun battles between Indian and Pakistani soldiers along the Line of Control in Kashmir killed five Indian troops and two Pakistani soldiers on Monday and Tuesday, the Directors General Military Operations (DGMOs) for both countries established a special hotline Wednesday morning to talk about the situation (AFPAJEDawn).

3. Boston Bomber Tsarnaev Is Link Between Militant Right and Islamist Terrorists

Tsarnaev subscribed to Willis Carto's American Free Press which shares many American authors with Iran's anti-semitic PressTV.

4. Other Conspiracy Theorists Linked To Terrorist Attacks

Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh took out ads in Carto's neo-Nazi Spotlight which was the predecessor to AFP, and the model for Ron Paul's racist newsletters. Seattle cop killer Chris Monfort was also upset about American wars against Muslim nations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • Chris Monfort, Seattle cop killer was upset about American wars against Muslim nations in Iraq and Afghanistan
  • Nancy Lanza Mother of Sandy Hook school gunman Adam Lanza was a 'prepper' survivalist preparing for economic and social collapse
  • Tamerlan Tsarnaev Is Link Between Militant Right and Islamist Terrorists
  • Timothy McVeigh,Oklahoma city co-bomber took out ads in Carto's neo-Nazi Spotlight which was the predecessor to AFP. FBI ignored evidence linking Terry Nichols to master Al Qaeda bomb maker Ramsi Yousef in the Phillipines and men who appeared to be Iraqi agents

5. Malaysia At War With Philippines Muslim House of Sultan of Sulu
"For three weeks," the Financial Times reported on Monday, "Malaysian forces have been facing off against 180 followers of the self-proclaimed Sultan of Sulu, from a remote island in the southwest Philippines. More than 20 people have been reported killed in clashes over the past few days, in the worst violence on Malaysian territory for decades." "The group's leader in Manila, Jamalul Kiram III, one of several claimants to the title of sultan of Sulu, remained defiant," the New York Times reported on Tuesday. 
    The Sultanate of Sulu Dar al-Islam was an Islamic TausÅ«g state that ruled over many of the islands of the Sulu Sea, in the southern Philippines and certain portions ...

    This is a list of the rulers of the Sultanate of Sulu. The Royal House of Sulu is a Muslim royal house that is revered in the Sulu Archipelago in the Philippines.

  • › Coalition Government
    SINGAPORE — A standoff between Malaysian security forces and a Filipino Muslim group showed signs Monday of escalating into a serious political problem for each ..

    Violence may spread in Malaysia’s Sabah: Sultan of Sulu

    Iran Press TV Mon Mar 4, 2013 7:32PM GMT Self-proclaimed Sultan of Sulu Jamalul Kiram III says violence may spread in Lahad Datu, a town in Sabah state of Malaysia as his followers are angry at the crackdown by Malaysia’s government against them. Kiram made the remarks on Sunday after fourteen people were killed in clashes between Malaysian police forces and a group of armed Filipino Muslims linking to Tausug tribe, on Friday in Tanduo village. "The intruders fired at us, then we returned fire," Sabah police chief Hamza Taib said in reference to the Friday clashes.

6. A series of bombings in and around Baghdad  left at least 41 people dead and over 100 wounded. 
Six car bomb blasts targeted markets and shopping streets in different parts of Baghdad itself earlier on Tuesday. A wave of violence has swept Iraq in the past six months, with Sunni Islamist militant groups mostly targeting Shia Muslim districts. More than 4,000 people have died in such attacks this year. A further 9,865 have been injured so far in 2013, with Baghdad province the worst hit. One of Tuesday's bombs went off in the central commercial area of Karrada, killing five and injuring 18. Another went off in a commercial area of the suburb of Nahrwan. Such attacks have often targeted shopping areas in the capital. Another attack late on Tuesday evening in the village of Anbakiya, to the northwest, killed 10 people and injured 15, local officials said.

7. Iran-backed Syrian government forces killed at least 60 rebel fighters in an ambush near Damascus.

8. Hungarian Neo-Nazis Convicted of Killing Roma Gypsies

As usual there is support from Iran for Neo-Nazi movements.  A Hungarian court convicted four neo-Nazis for killing six Roma in a spree of violence from 2008 to 2009.

9. FORT HOOD MASSACRE Trial Turns Bizarre as Shooter Grills Witnesses, 
Lunsford – who was shot seven times during the incident – described what happened that day, saying he first saw Hasan sitting in a chair, with his arms on his knees while looking at the floor.
He said Hasan then jumped up and ordered the one civilian in the room to leave before shouting, “Allahu akbar” and opening fire. Panic set in among the soldiers, who crowded toward a rear door, which was jammed.
Hasan had wanted to argue that he shot U.S. troops to protect Taliban fighters in Afghanistan, but the judge forbade the American-born Muslim and former Army psychiatrist from using that defense. Three witnesses took the stand after opening arguments, including the manager of the store Guns Galore, where Hasan had purchased the Glock 27 model 5.7 handgun used in the attack.
"Almost every trip I can remember was always [for] ammunition and magazines, extensions and at one point an additional laser,” David Cheadle testified.
Another store employee, Frederick Brannan, who sold the weapon to Hasan, said he saw the shooter in the store almost every week where he would buy up to 300 rounds of ammo each time.

9. Japan Unveils Helicopter Destroyer That Isn't Called A Carrier
They intend to fly V-22 Osprey from it, now if they get F-35 STOVL that would be something.

  • Japan’s Unveils “Aircraft Carrier in Disguise”

    China is unnerved by Japan's 22DDH-class (Izumo) helicopter destroyer, which is a destroyer in name only.

Forecast International has reported that some of the design changes with respect to the previous class are intended to support the Bell-Boeing V-22 Osprey and Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II aircraft,[5] although neither the MOD or the JMSDF have ever mentioned the possibility of introducingfixed-wing aircraft.

On August 6, 2013 the Izumo (DDH-183) was unveiled in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, Japan. The Washington Post noted that this ship, the biggest warship in Japan's fleet since World War II, "has raised eyebrows in China and elsewhere because it bears a strong resemblance to a conventional aircraft carrier."[10]

10. No evidence links Kenya Airport Fire To Terrorism Besides Obvioius Anniversary
Kenya scrambles to limit economic fallout from massive airport fire
Los Angeles Times
1 hour ago
Written by
robyn dixon
NAIROBI, Kenya - Domestic flights resumed Wednesday evening at Nairobi's Jomo Kenyatta International Airport using the cargo terminal, as authorities struggled to contain the economic fallout from a devastating fire at the main international terminal.

11. Three forgotten facts about the Ft. Hood massacre

Michelle Malkin   - Guest Columnist
Wednesday, August 07, 201
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Where are the celebrity lobbyists and high-profile advocates for the victims of bloodthirsty Muslim vigilante Nidal Hasan? 

In 2007, two years before he carried out his homicidal plan, Hasan laid out his murderous means, motives and Koranic inspiration for all to see.

His PowerPoint slide presentation to fellow Army doctors was titled: "The Koranic World View As It Relates to Muslims in the U.S. Military." Hasan warned: "It's getting harder and harder for Muslims in the service to morally justify being in a military that seems constantly engaged against fellow Muslims." And: "We love death more then (sic) you love life!" As first reported by Pamela Geller, Hasan carried an official calling card with the designation "SoA (SWT)" -- for "Soldier of Allah" and "Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala" (Islamic for "Glory to Him, the Exalted").
Hasan told his superiors he was not alone among Muslim soldiers who believed they "should not serve in any capacity that renders them at risk to hurting/killing believers unjustly."
He reminded the Army of the fatal 2003 fragging attack on American soldiers in Kuwait by Sgt. Hasan Akbar (who was sentenced to death but remains alive while his case drags on in appeal) and the desertion case of Lebanon-born Muslim Marine Wassef Ali Hassoun.
A Joint Terrorism Task Force had been monitoring Hasan's communications with jihad spiritual leader Anwar al-Awlaki all along. But the military was not notified.

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12. Hasan's  Defence Team Asks To Quit
Major Hasan, who sat next to Colonel Poppe as he spoke, said he disagreed with the colonel. “That’s a twist of the facts,” Major Hasan said of Colonel Poppe’s statement that he was seeking the death penalty. Major Hasan wanted to elaborate, but the judge prevented him from doing so, asking that the courtroom be cleared. She held a closed session with Major Hasan and his standby counsel before deciding to call a recess until Thursday.
...suggested that Major Hasan did not expect to survive the shooting rampage. The morning of the attack, he told people at the Killeen Islamic Center that he was going away and bid them farewell.
“He told the congregation that he was going home,” said Pat Sonti, who had attended the mosque and who testified on Tuesday. Major Hasan told another person at the mosque that he was going on a journey.
13. Afpak 8 Killed in Quetta in suicide attack at the Police Lines mosque 
August 8, 2013 At least eight people were killed and 20 others were injured in Quetta on Thursday in a suicide attack at the Police Lines mosque (ET).  According to the news report, around 300 to 400 people were at the mosque to attend the funeral procession for Mohib Ullah, a police officer who was killed by unknown gunmen earlier that day (DawnET). Four of Mohib Ullah's children and two additional police officers were also injured in that attack.

14. Non Terrorist Killing of Arizona Detention Officer

From USA TODAY Ariz. detention officer fatally shot Detention officer was wearing part of uniform and had gone out to start pickup. Sounds like the gangs that were hired to kill the Texas and Colorado prisons officers. Has to be a targeted assassination, not a random killing. No motive given

15. China Bus Crash When Driver Backs Up On Freeway
From USA TODAY Watch: Horrific bus crash in China
Terrifying video shows the driver being sucked out the window during the collision.
Why in the world world would a professional driver back up on a highway after missing an exit? Almost as bad as deliberately driving off a bridge

16. Beefy Man Not A Terrorist Attack in Dallas
Suspect ID'd in Dallas-area shooting
Investigators arrested a suspect, Erbie Bowser, 44, at the scene of the second shooting.

17. Al Qaeda Calls Victory Over Embassy Closures