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Monday Winds of War: June 13/05

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Welcome! Our goal at Winds of Change.NET is to give you one power-packed briefing of insights, news and trends from the global War on Terror that leaves you stimulated, informed, and occasionally amused every Monday & Thursday. In addition, we also have our in-depth Iraq Report today.

Today's Winds of War briefing is brought to you by Bill Roggio of the fourth rail and evariste of Discarded Lies.

Top Topics

Other Topics Today Include:

Bombs in Iran; Iranian protest babes fight sexual discrimination; al Qaeda in Iran; Saudi Religious Police on the outs?; Syria not complying with Lebanon withdrawal; PATRIOT Games; Bolivian blowup; American prisons = Islamists breeding grounds; Africans high percentage of terrorists in Iraq; Darfur update; Resolution in Kashmir?; al Qaeda whereabouts; Thailand terror; Russian train derailed by bomb; ETA at it again; foreign jihadis swell the ranks of Iraqi insurgency; and much more...

IRAN REPORTS

THE MIDDLE EAST

THE AMERICANS

  • The Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee walks out of a hearing on the Patriot Act after groups such as Amnesty International USA and the American Immigration Lawyers Association continued to discuss the unrelated topic of prisoner rights at Guantanamo Bay.

AFRICA

ASIA & AUSTRALIA

EUROPE

  • A Russian train inbound from Chechnya was derailed by a bomb blast; 15 are injured. Russian authorities suspect Chechen terrorists are responsible.

THE GLOBAL WAR

We try to end on a lighter note if possible?

Seperated at birth? Dude, that's my skull-covering, I'm so wasted.

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Tracked: June 13, 2005 3:43 PM
Excerpt: The Monday Winds of War Briefing is available. I am collaborating on this effort with evariste of Discarded Lies. Here are some of the items covered: Terror in Lodi, CA; China ignored by analysts; Zimbabwe crisis; Syria Next?; Bombs in...
Tracked: June 13, 2005 4:25 PM
Winds of Change Briefing from Security Watchtower
Excerpt: Monday's Winds of War Iraq Report has been posted, as well as the Winds of War Briefing at Winds of Change....
Tracked: June 13, 2005 9:38 PM
Bloggda Today from Discarded Lies
Excerpt: Bill and I bring you another Monday Monday Winds of War briefing at Winds of Change.NET, including such topics as Terror in Lodi, CA; China ignored by analysts; Zimbabwe crisis; Syria Next?; Bombs in Iran; Iranian protest babes fight sexual...
Tracked: June 14, 2005 9:34 AM
Excerpt: Some more red faces in Pakistan Sheikh Rashid Ahmed is considered to be among Musharraf's closest hands. As information minister, he is the public face of the Pakistani cabinet, as well as the launcher of the president's political weather-balloons. ...
Tracked: June 20, 2005 7:38 PM
Excerpt: The Monday Winds of War Briefing is available. I am collaborating on this effort with evariste of Discarded Lies. Here are some of the items covered: New AQ tape; Mexico SF take over Nuevo Laredo; big changes for DHS; blows...

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Hassled by the Man in Lodi? Don't worry, CAIR and the ACLU are on the case!

Hassled by the Man in Lodi? Don't worry, CAIR and the ACLU are on the case!

I've never double posted before.

It's far more embarassing than I thought it would be..

Here's a particularly stupid article decrying the radical idea of enforcing immigration law, and doing it more strigently against Muslims and Arabs.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/06/12/AR2005061201441.html

"The approach is basically to target the Muslim and Arab community with a kind of zero-tolerance immigration policy. No other community in the U.S. is treated to zero-tolerance enforcement," said David Cole, a Georgetown University law professor and critic of the government's anti-terrorism policies."

Is every professor named Cole partially brain damaged in this country? Newsflash, no other community in the US has members flying planes into buildings and opening fire on El-Al counters. Tolerance and diversity is not a suicide pact.

papijoe ,

It happens to the best of us. Perhaps that CAIR/ACLU rapid response team needs a propert name.

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