Monday, November 15, 2010

Binocular Snapshot for 11/15/2010

LastDayWatchers see the results stemming from God curse of the Bush/Obama Administrations

Iraq violence kills five

"Violence across Iraq on Monday killed five people, including a senior prison official at a jail in the restive north of the country, and wounded 28, security officials said.

In the town of Badoush, just outside the main northern city of Mosul, two car bombs at the residential compound for Badoush prison security guards killed two and wounded 16, police Major Khalid Jamal al-Din said.

"Two car bombs detonated today (Monday) at around 9:00 am (0600 GMT) in a residential compound for prison security guards in Badoush," Din told AFP.

"Among the dead was Lieutenant Colonel Hussein Khalaf, the head of the prison's emergency response team, and another civilian working in the prison."

Car bombs kill prison commander in north Iraq

"A prison commander and his body guard were killed on Monday when twin car bombs detonated outside a residential complex housing prison guards and staff in northern Iraq, officials said.

Police and hospital officials in the northern city of Mosul, 225 miles (360 kilometers) northwest of Baghdad said the parked, explosives-laden vehicles went off as the commander of the Badoosh prison, Lt. Col. Hussein al-Jibouri, was heading to work on Monday morning. He was killed in the blast, along with one of his bodyguards"

"Nine security guards and an Afghan police officer were killed Monday in a Taliban rocket attack"

This is already the deadliest year for foreign troops in the nine-year Afghanistan war, with 645 international troops killed, according to"

Afghan Taliban reject talks, again, violence soars

"The Taliban in Afghanistan remain utterly opposed to peace talks despite slow progress toward reconciliation, their leader said Monday after NATO forces suffered their worst losses in months in a spike in violence.

Mullah Mohammad Omar, the secretive, one-eyed leader of the Afghan Taliban, issued a statement just four days before NATO leaders will gather for a summit in Lisbon where Afghanistan will be the top of the agenda.

Violence across Afghanistan was already at its worst since the Taliban were ousted by U.S.-backed Afghan forces in late 2001, but a dramatic increase in attacks over the past four days will be a sobering message for NATO leaders.

Military and civilian casualties are at record levels and, while both sides have been talking up recent success on the battlefield, there is growing acceptance of the need for a negotiated settlement to the conflict.

Omar reiterated that would never be possible until all foreign troops -- now at about 150,000 -- left Afghanistan, labeling talk of negotiations "mere propaganda."

"The cunning enemy which has occupied our country is trying, on the one hand, to expand its military operations ... and, on the other hand, wants to throw dust in the eyes of the people by spreading the rumors of negotiation," Omar said in a statement."

So don't be deceived by the propaganda that you may know with 100% accuracy what is about to happen next according to God's Word delivered by the May 15th Prophecy written at LastDayWatchers