Tuesday, July 10, 2007
One Hit News
[That] on a couple of occasions in Baqubah, al Qaeda invited to lunch families they wanted to convert to their way of thinking. In each instance, the family had a boy, he said, who was about eleven years old. As Lt. David Wallach interpreted the man’s words, I saw Wallach go blank and silent. He stopped interpreting for a moment. I asked Wallach, “What did he say?” Wallach said that at these luncheons, the families were sat down to eat. And then their boy was brought in with his mouth stuffed. The boy had been baked. Al Qaeda served the boy to his family.
Hard disk evidence of Glasgow bomber Kafeel Ahmed , NDTV:
Karnataka's Home Minister M P Prakash confirmed that Kafeel Ahmed was indeed the Glasgow bomber and Mohammed Haneef, detained in Australia, has definite links to the UK terror plot.
''With regard to his physical presence at places where the attack took place, he is not there. But if his antecedents are checked up, he is one of the most misguided youth, who had the bent of mind to plan it.
There is incriminating material like videos of terrorist executions, attacks filmed by terrorists and speeches by key Al Qaida leaders, none of which is available, either publicly or on the internet.
The intelligence agencies say this indicates that Kafeel was part of some kind of internal distribution list in a terrorist network.
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Memorial Service offers advice to terrorists. The Telegraph
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ABC News declares "White House 'Dares Congress To Fight In Court'". Is ABC having a contest with NBC in a race to see who can out-Liberal the other?
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iPhones selling in Vietnam for $1,300 a piece. Vietnam Net
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"Junior Gore's" Live Earth did a lot of polluting and received a small slice of viewers, BBC:
BBC One's average ratings between 2000 and 2200 BST on Saturday were 3.1 million, compared with 11.4 million for the Diana gig on the previous Sunday.
One's average ratings between 2000 and 2200 BST on Saturday were 3.1 million, compared with 11.4 million for the Diana gig on the previous Sunday.
NBC's three-hour primetime "Live Earth" special, which included highlights from Saturday's global concerts, failed to generate much enthusiasm in the ratings. The estimated 2.7 million viewers was slightly under the 3 million viewers NBC has averaged on Saturday nights in the summer with repeats and the Stanley Cup hockey playoffs on what is already the least-popular night of television.
CBS and Fox split Sunday night in primetime, with CBS winning viewership while Fox won in adults 18-49 thanks to repeats of "Family Guy" and "The Simpsons."
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