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    dawg80, do you wake up early to read Trump's tweets in real time?
    I don't have a Twitter account.

    I can see you have switched from being an obummer apologist to a hair-brained Trump attacker. Gee, what a surprise.

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    The Russians, in a vain attempt to defend their buddy Assad, claim an errant bomb struck a warehouse containing chemical weapons and causing this recent event. The Ruskies, now backed by the Assad government, say the cache of chemical weapons belonged to a terrorist group. They were old, unstable chemical weapons, and released the deadly nerve gas when the warehouse suffered a hit from a bomb intended for anti-Assad "terrorists." The bomb was dropped by a Syrian plane. But the strike of the warehouse was an accident.

    Where did these chemical weapons come from? Well, so far, no one has said. But I think they came from Iraq, part of the supply of such weapons, WMDs, that Saddam Hussein sent into Syria to avoid being found by US troops.

    Is any of this true? Dunno. This is just a statement released by the Ruskies. They will manufacture any lie to protect Assad. But, it is possible. This explanation is plausible and possible, as we KNOW Saddam did send many of his WMDs into Syria, and those weapons would most certainly be unstable.

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    Re: Terrorism Around the World

    Another terrorist attack (London). ISIS claiming credit.

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    Way To Go TRUMP!!! That was obviously a great trip.

    UPDATE: Saudi, Egypt lead Arab states cutting Qatar ties, Iran blames Trump...

    By Noah Browning | DUBAI

    The Arab world's strongest powers cut ties with Qatar on Monday over alleged support for Islamists and Iran, re-opening a festering wound two weeks after U.S. President Donald Trump's demand for Muslim states to fight terrorism.
    Saudi Arabia, Egypt, United Arab Emirates and Bahrain cut relations with Qatar in a coordinated move. Yemen, Libya's eastern-based government and the Maldives joined in later.
    Qatar denounced the move as based on lies about it supporting militants. It has often been accused of being a funding source for Islamists, as has Saudi Arabia.
    Iran, long at odds with Saudi Arabia and a behind-the-scenes target of the move, blamed Trump's visit last month to Riyadh.
    "What is happening is the preliminary result of the sword dance," Hamid Aboutalebi, deputy chief of staff of Iran's President Hassan Rouhani, tweeted in reference to Trump's joining in a traditional dance with the Saudi king at the meeting.

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    U.S. special forces are assisting the Philippines armed forces to end the ongoing siege of a town by ISIS-linked militants, Reuters reported Saturday, citing a U.S. embassy spokesperson in Manila.
    The spokesperson did not provide details about the level of involvement and there is reportedly no evidence the U.S. has troops on the ground there. The report said a U.S. surveillance plane was seen flying over the town, Marawi, on Friday.
    "At the request of the government of the Philippines, U.S. special operations forces are assisting the AFP (Armed Forces of the Philippines) with ongoing operations in Marawi,” the spokesperson said, according to the report.
    As it stands, the fighting has been unprecedented; while militants have launched major attacks before, never before has any group occupied territory in the heartland of the Philippines’ Islamic faith for this long. Two weeks after the conflict began, at least 178 people have been killed and the army is still battling to regain control with airstrikes and artillery.

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    What a freaking nut job!! Lock him up!!The man suspected of mowing down a crowd exiting Ramadan prayers at a London mosque early Monday has been identified as 47-year-old Darren Osborne of Cardiff, Wales, sources told Sky News.At least one person was killed and 10 others were injured in the assault, which authorities were treating as a terrorist attack.
    Osborne, reportedly a father of four, was arrested on suspicion of terror offenses in the collision with pedestrians outside the Muslim Welfare House, Metropolitan Police said. People at the scene shouted at him: "Why did you do that? Why?"
    "This man was not known to authorities in the space of extremism or far-right extremism," Ben Wallace, Britain's minister for security, told Sky News.


    The incident occurred outside the Finsbury Park Mosque shortly after midnight after Ramadan prayers. Police said all of the injured were members of the Muslim community. Muslim leaders decried the collision as a hate crime and asked the public to stay calm.
    Police said eight of the injured were taken to three hospitals and two suffered minor injuries and were treated at the scene.
    Witnesses reported seeing at least one person receiving chest compressions. Police said that person was the lone death in the incident, but it was unclear if it was the van that caused the death.
    Prime Minister Theresa May described the attack as a "sickening" attempt to destroy liberties that unite Britain, such as freedom of worship. She added that the man acted alone. May said earlier she would chair an emergency security Cabinet session later Monday and that her thoughts were with the injured, their loved ones and emergency officials who responded to the incident.

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    Re: Terrorism Around the World

    Looks like they just got their copy of "the video" in Barcelona. Nothing to see here except a bunch of insulted people that are angry at what was said in "the video".

    Edit: Good grief, I just heard that Wolf at CNN was saying this was nothing more than a copycat of the Charlottesville racist attack. Nope, no fake news there!
    Last edited by DawgyNWindow; 08-17-2017 at 04:59 PM. Reason: update

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    BEACH RESORT BLOODBATH Five terrorists killed and ‘seven people injured’ in SECOND terror attack just hours after 13 are massacred in Barcelona van carnage

    The bloodshed erupted in the earl y hours of this morning in the resort town of Cambrils, located 70 miles south of the earlier attack

    By Corey Charlton, Sam Webb and Chloe Kerr
    18th August 2017, 2:51 am
    Updated: 18th August 2017, 4:19 am


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    SEVEN people are injured and five terrorists have been killed in a second terror attack in Spain – just hours after 13 people were mowed down in Barcelona.
    The bloodshed erupted in the early hours of this morning in the resort town of Cambrils, located 70 miles south of the earlier attack.




    COSTA BRAVA BLOODBATH

    Five terrorists killed and 'seven people injured' in SECOND terror attack on resort town popular with expats just hours after 13 are massacred in Barcelona van carnage


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    Re: Terrorism Around the World

    The CIA warned Spain two months ago. Officials there chose not to take the warnings seriously.

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    Palestinian gunman kills three Israelis at settlement

    A Palestinian opened fire at Israeli security personnel on Tuesday at the entrance to a West Bank settlement where he had worked, killing three and wounding another before being shot dead, police said.
    The attack, which came as US envoy Jason Greenblatt was due in Jerusalem for talks on relaunching the moribund Middle East peace process, drew condemnation from Israeli officials who called for action from the Palestinian leadership.

    It also occurred in the middle of the Jewish high holiday period, when Israeli-Palestinian violence has erupted in the past, and led police to order reinforcements to prevent further unrest.
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu demanded a clear condemnation of the attack from Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas, adding that the gunman's home would be demolished and Israeli work permits withdrawn from his extended family.
    The target of the attack was Har Adar, a well-to-do settlement northwest of Jerusalem, high in the hills close to the Green Line that separates the occupied West Bank from Israel.
    The windows of the guard booth at its northeastern entrance, where Palestinian day labourers are required to undergo security checks, had been shattered by gunfire, an AFP correspondent reported.
    Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said that the gunman, who had a permit to work in the settlement and had previously worked there "many times," had concealed himself among other Palestinian labourers.
    AFP / Vincent LEFAIHar Adar

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    "He hesitated and then all of a sudden, several metres (yards) before a security check, pulled out a nine-millimetre weapon and opened fire directly at the two private security guards, who were shot and killed directly at the scene," Rosenfeld said.
    He also fired at a nearby border policeman, who was left dead, while two other officers shot and killed him.




    https://www.afp.com/en/news/23/pales...lis-settlement

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