embracedbias wrote:Pretty sure I'm right again, AD.
I expect you to think that based on how much and how often you're wrong.
“I think the worst moment in U.S. foreign policy since I’ve been here, as far as signaling to the world where we were as a nation, was August a year ago when we had a 10-hour operation that was getting ready to take place in Syria but it didn’t happen,”
The raid was the third failed rescue attempt of an American hostage in five months and followed a Nov. 25 mission that was unsuccessful because Somers had been moved before U.S. commandos arrived.
In that raid, U.S. commandos and Yemeni troops swooped before dawn into a cave in the eastern province of Hadramout and freed eight people.
Seven of the eight turned out to be al Qaeda members who had been held captive by the militants on suspicion of being government spies, two senior Yemeni officials told Reuters. The eighth was a Yemeni computer specialist, they said.
Dog wrote:Apparently, the South African hostage also killed in the raid was to be released today. The muricans really put their citizen -who apparently was to be executed- first and put the "almost free" South African in grave danger in attempting the raid.
dempsey_k wrote:Sounding like ISIS has taken Assad's airport in Deir Ezzor. Get ready for a ton of beheadings now.
SI: But your story is trending all over the world?
M: I thought it would die down in the first one or two hours but it's still raging. I can't believe this
But I am telling you that I am not @ShamiWitness. Somebody must have hacked my email account which I used as ElSaltador@ gmail.com and used it to upload stuff. I have been framed. Someone must have planted this,” he added
A senior police officer, who is part of the probe told The Hindu that once he is arrested he will be charged under Section 66F of Information Technology Act, 2000 for 'cyber terrorism'.
Section 66-F (B) specifically deals with crimes where a person knowingly accesses a computer resource that "may be used to cause or likely to cause injury to the interests of the sovereignty and integrity of India, the security of the State, friendly relations with foreign States, public order, decency or morality, or in relation to contempt of court, defamation or incitement to an offence, or to the advantage of any foreign nation, group of individuals or otherwise."
Under the law, a person convicted for cyber terrorism is punishable even with life imprisonment.
dempsey_k wrote:Taliban massacre 130 school children in Pakistan.
The attack on a military-run high school attended by more than 1,100 people, many of them children of army personnel, struck at the heart of Pakistan’s military establishment, an assault certain to enrage the country’s powerful army.
Wounded children taken to nearby hospitals told Reuters most victims died when gunmen, suicide vests strapped to their bodies, entered the compound and opened fire indiscriminately on boys, girls and their teachers.
“One of my teachers was crying, she was shot in the hand and she was crying in pain,” said Shahrukh Khan, 15, who was shot in both legs but survived after hiding under a bench. “One terrorist then walked up to her and started shooting her until she stopped making any sound. All around me my friends were lying injured and dead.”
The hardline Islamist Taliban movement immediately claimed responsibility. “We selected the army’s school for the attack because the government is targeting our families and females,” said Taliban spokesman Muhammad Umar Khorasani. “We want them to feel the pain.”
senate wrote:As goes the Canadian Senate, so go the Ottawa Senators.
mooseOAK wrote:Don't see the joke.
dempsey_k wrote:This isn't really a first. Islamists were flying F-14 Tomcats in Iran years before Top Gun was released.
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