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What's in the 28 Pages?

I’ve read the 28 Pages from the report on 9/11 that were, until now, kept secret. I will let you draw your own conclusions. Here is my synopsis: 315 more words

28 Pages

Declassified ‘28 Pages’ Suggest Ties Between Associate of 9/11 Hijackers and Former Saudi Ambassador

Twenty-eight pages of a 2002 congressional report on the September 11, 2001 terror attacks, released Friday, suggest potential links between some of the hijackers and people with ties to the Saudi government, but contain no independent evidence of a direct relationship. 830 more words

The Cable


Hamza bin Laden, the son of slain al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, has threatened to avenge his father’s killing by the United States.

Hamza, 25, has vowed to carry on al Qaeda’s fight against the US and its allies in a 21-minute audio message titled “We Are All Osama.” 278 more words


Some Leadership Lessons From The Hunt For Bin Laden

Leadership is leadership. The same principles apply when leading in sports, music, business and war. But these principles may be expressed in different ways. Sometimes seeing elements of good leadership on display in another realm can help to us to understand these lessons without so much background noise.   101 more words


Bin Laden threats

Come on, is anyone surprised that Osama Bin Laden is a martyr to extremists?


It’s simplistic and obviously too simplistic for our world, but can’t we all just live our own lives without trying to run others?

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¿Quién dijo miedo?

Volvemos a estar en campaña electoral para repetir elecciones por segunda vez en seis meses, y yo por primera vez me atrevo a hablar de política aquí. 798 more words

Agents of Destruction: How CIA Helped Create Islamist Frankenstein ~ [A Piece of History Never To Be Forgotten]

By Ekaterina Blinova, SputnikNews

Washington and its allies created the Islamist Frankenstein with their own hands: over the decades radical Muslim ‘agents of destruction’ have formed the belt of instability which stretches across the MENA region to Central Asia and beyond. 1,332 more words