2005-12-12 HEADLINE ROUNDUP
- AUSTRALIANS STAND UP; MOBS HUNT ARABS
Massive race riots have erupted on the beaches of suburban Sydney, with 5,000 whites hunting down Arabs and savagely beating any they caught.
- SUNNI'S TO BACK NEW IRAQ VOTE AND SHUN TERRORISTS
Most Iraqis, and all Americans, want American troops to vacate Iraq as soon as possible. What stands in their way? Terrorism. "Abu Abdullah" is correct in saying that Zarqawi wants to use terrorist attacks to keep the Americans in Iraq. Al Qaeda's interes
- SYRIA'S SUPPORT DWINDLES, ASSAD LASHES OUT
Assad abandoned by terror buddies in Iran and Saudi Arabia
- PENTAGON DEVISES SCENARIO'S FOR MARTIAL LAW
According to a report published Monday by the Washington Post, the Pentagon has developed its first ever war plans for operations within the continental United States, in which terrorist attacks would be used as the justification for imposing martial law
- HUGE 'DRAGON' SKELETON UNEARTHED IN IRAN
An artist’s rendition is always open to a certain degree of discussion – especially among Paleopathologists. That, said if this drawing (which we only received yesterday) is even remotely accurate, this animal is massive, a biological impossibility -
- PUTIN: RUSSIA IS DEFENDER OF 'ISLAMIC WORLD'
“Russia has always been the most faithful, reliable and consistent defender of the interests of the Islamic world. Russia has always been the best and most reliable partner and ally.
- FRENCH SMASH TERROR CELL
French police said on Monday they had smashed an Islamist terrorism ring in the greater Paris region, arresting about 20 people in a string of dawn raids. Police described Monday's events as a "major operation aimed at disbanding an Islamist network linke
- NEW BIN LADEN MESSAGE SOON, SAYS NEWSPAPER
Rome, 12 Dec. (AKI) - A Palestinian newspaper has reported that after a year of silence, Osama bin Laden will soon release a new audio message to be broadcast on television. The weekly al-Manar newspaper also says the al-Qaeda leader has decided "along wi
- WAS UK OIL BLAST REALLY AN 'ACCIDENT'?
Explosions at one of Britain's largest oil depots jolted an area north of London early Sunday, hurling multiple balls of fire into the sky, shattering windows and blanketing the area with smoke. Police said the blasts, which injured 43 people, appeared to