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Monday, 04 January 2010
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Anjem Choudary on ITV news now.

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Posted on 01/04/2010 4:03 PM by Mary Jackson
Monday, 04 January 2010
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From The Telegraph
Fears of a terrorist strike against Western embassies in Yemen have grown amid claims a convoy of lorries laden with explosives had been smuggled into the country's capital city, Sana'a.
In an apparently botched surveillance operation, militants driving six trucks filled with weapons and ordnance succeeded in giving security forces the slip as they entered the city, according to local media.
The revelations came as western diplomatic missions in Sana'a went into lockdown following threats from al-Qaeda's Yemeni affiliate, which has taken responsibility for a failed attempt to blow up an airliner over Detroit on Christmas Day.
Both the British and American embassies, considered the most high-profile targets in the city, remained closed for a second day. France and the Czech Republic also shut their embassies, while Spain, Germany and Japan announced restrictions on public access to their missions.
The identity of those who smuggled the weapons contingent into Sana'a has not been disclosed, and it is unclear if its disappearance is linked to al-Qaeda's increasingly powerful Yemeni branch, al-Qaeda in the Arab Peninsula (AQAP)
Although AQAP released a statement on Sunday urging its followers to kill all Western diplomats on the Arab Peninsula, western officials have declined to divulge whether or not threats of a specific nature have been made. It is not the first time that lorries carrying arms have disappeared in Yemen, and sources suggested that the weapons may well have been bound for tribal rebels in the North. The insurgents, who are Shia, are regarded as apostates by al-Qaeda, although some observers say there may be a limited alliance of convenience between the two.

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Posted on 01/04/2010 3:35 PM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
These kinds of laws are so alien and repulsive to Americans that it is difficult to put into words. We may understand the impulse to try to censor
ABC News (h/t: Jihad Watch): The suicide bomber who killed at least six Central Intelligence Agency officers in a base along the Afghan-Pakistan border

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by Ibn Warraq (January 2010) George Eliot’s advocacy of Palestine as a homeland for the Jews must, of course, be seen against the background
Anjem Choudary, the leader of a controversial Islamic group, has admitted his plan to hold a protest march through the town of Wooton Bassett is a publicity

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From The Wall St. Journal:  Iran Expands Its Target List I was the Marine commander in Beirut in 1983. I've seen these tactics before. By TIMOTHY

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From www.faithfreedom.org: So Much for "Moderate" Indonesia By Acharya SD.M. Murdock 12/31/2009 It has often been claimed by Muslim apologists

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Sam Cooke & The Soul Stirrers - Touch the Hem of His Garment
The People's Cube January 2100: The Intergovernmental Cultural Climate Change Panel (ICCCP) declared its support for the recent UN announcement that

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we present a magnus opus, Ten Lords, some of whom were well capable of leaping up and down in their time. To wit, from left to right, top to bottom,
Any girls who think marrying a rich man is easier than working for a living should think again. From a guide for Russian women on how to get and keep

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The G8  had summit after summit, but the G-spot proves an anti-climax. From The Times: A sexual quest that has for years baffled millions of women
The Sunday Telegraph can disclose new details of radical Muslim speakers who have been invited to events organised by University College London's Islamic

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Theodore Dalrymple resolves to make fewer resolutions. Will he succeed? Well, in the words of footballer Paul "Gazza" Gascoigne, I never
Until she was well into her 80s, my mother used to make New Year's resolutions. I am not sure whether this indicates that hope, effort or self-deception

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Am I alone in finding the "Serenity Prayer" intensely irritating? You know the one: God, grant me the serenity To accept the things
Esme’s excellent post here is very relevant indeed and it contains some fascinating photographs of Inn signs. I hadn’t really noticed Inn

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