Friday, August 9, 2013

Binocular Snapshot for 08/09/2013

LastDayWatchers  the propaganda of Israel (lost & found) will never stop 

 Retired ArmyGen. David H. Petraeus, when he commanded U.S. operations in Iraq, predicted such a decline when he testified before Congress in September 2007, saying that a “premature drawdown of our forces would likely have devastating consequences.”

Gen. Petraeus testified that “a rapid withdrawal would result in the rapid deterioration of local security initiatives, Al Qaeda-Iraq regaining lost ground and freedom of maneuver, a marked increase in violence and further ethno-sectarian displacement and refugee flows, alliances of convenience by Iraqi groups with internal and external forces to gain advantages over their rivals, and exacerbation of already challenging regional dynamics, especially with respect to Iran.”

This article claims this would not be happening if the U.S. was still there, which is funny because this was still happening even while the "Surge" was at it height! see the 100% accuracy of the May 15th Prophecy post 2007 The Stomping Beast and The Prospering Lie

Atallah is the third member of the Salaheddin Awakening Council, a coalition of tribes in the Tikrit district formed to fight Al-Qaeda, to come under attack in less than a week.

Last Thursday, a roadside bomb near Samarra killed the leader of the council, Sheikh Maawia Naji Jebara, and wounded his deputy Sheikh Sabah Mutashar al-Shimmary.
The attack on their convoy was claimed by an Al-Qaeda group in a statement posted on the Internet.

Tuesday's attack comes almost four weeks after prominent tribal leader Sheikh Abdul Sattar Abu Reesha was killed by a roadside bomb in Ramadi, capital of western Anbar province


Thirty-year-old Benjamin G. Sebena initially pleaded insanity. But he changed his plea in June after two doctors concluded that his mental-health issues weren't severe enough to justify an insanity plea.


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The living were honoring the dead on both sides of the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan on Thursday when militant bombers struck, killing at least 44 people in two attacks that coincided with one of the holiest days on the Muslim calendar.