Essential Reading to Understand The Headlines

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Is it Hezbollah or the Lebanese Army? Plus More News on Terrorism

The Daily Star - Line blurry between Hizbullah, Army - US congresswoman http://bit.ly/gB064f
 
The Daily Star - Al-Qaeda-linked militant group urges Lebanon's Sunnis to rise up against government, Hizbullah http://bit.ly/ifRxzv

Terrorism expert: Radicalization can begin on Internet http://www.katu.com/news/local/111177449.html
      
AFP: Saudi ex-Qaeda militant urges group to renounce violence http://bit.ly/egxy0J
      
WikiLeaks Site Kicked Off Amazon Servers - WSJ.com http://on.wsj.com/fjJDYt

slkbrooke White House creates Leak Czar http://politi.co/gMCRM3 #tcot

Report: Homeland Security Compiling TSA Enemies List: http://t.co/Rz4aW2K via @NewAmericanMag

Pace of fight against terrorism 'relentless,' U.S. official says - http://bit.ly/icUjCp #cnn

Pakistan army’s strategic depth policy blamed for Afpak terrorism - Baltimore Foreign Policy | Examiner.com http://exm.nr/emXUEm
   
intelwire Al-Qaeda 'wanted to attack Saudi capital' claims former regional chief - Adnkronos Security http://bit.ly/dEbAdF #Intelwire
 
Burundi Sends 850 Peacekeeping Soldiers to Somalia, Agence France Reports - Bloomberg http://bit.ly/hT6jdw
 
Iraq arrests 39 Al-Qaeda suspects | Herald Sun http://bit.ly/fOMcMH

AFP: 11 dead as as Islamist factions fight in Somalia http://bit.ly/hTUX7h

AFP: UN negotiating Sudan peacekeeping force increase: envoy http://bit.ly/eqsvdE

BlogsofWar Mystery Somali mercenary army concerns Obama administration - Salon http://bit.ly/ht0RZf