Folks who are researching know that Al-Qaida is not real
and that Osama Recycle-Bin Laden is dead.
INFORMATION FROM VARIOUS SOURCES:
Gulf of Aden – Chinese National convoy schedule February 2010
https://www.bimco.org/Members%20Area/Ne … _IRTC.aspx
EU NAVFOR Warship FS SURCOUF Completes Escort of Two WFP Chartered Vessels
http://www.eunavfor.eu/2010/02/eu-navfo … d-vessels/
EU to equip regional combating piracy center
Gulf of Aden Security Review – February 1, 2010
http://www.criticalthreats.org/gulf-ade … ary-1-2010
French support for Aden local authority reviewed
Yemen rejects ceasefire; bloodshed continues
Northern rebels won’t accept all terms of truce, leaders of strife-torn country say
http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/wor … le1450843/
TIMELINE: Al Qaeda activity in Yemen
Russia concerned over terrorist activity in Yemen – Foreign Ministry
Counter-terrorism activities in Yemen
http://www.theworld.org/2009/12/29/coun … -in-yemen/
Yemen sentences six men to death for terrorist activities
http://www.amnesty.org/en/news-and-upda … s-20090714
Yemen al-Qaeda leader, thought dead, calls for jihad
Former Saudi inmate at Guantanamo Bay, thought slain in drone strike, calls for attacks on Christians, Jews
http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/wor … le1459946/
Gulf of Aden Quake Shakes Somalia and Yemen
http://www.welcomethelight.com/2010/01/ … -stargate/
Amazing UFO Collection From V.A. STS Missions-NASA
For real.. or not? Anyways.. some more sources:
Yemen, USAID review Aden needs for development programs
EU NAVFOR Maritime Patrolling Area Detachment (MPA) attends Japanese Change of Command Ceremony
http://www.eunavfor.eu/2010/02/eu-navfo … -ceremony/
North Korean Cargo Ship Hijacked in Gulf of Aden, EU Force Says
February 04, 2010, 12:42 AM EST
http://www.businessweek.com/news/2010-0 … -says.html
Singapore-flagged ship seized in Gulf of Aden: EU
Updated Sunday, January 3, 2010 2:22 pm TWN, Reuters
http://www.chinapost.com.tw/asia/singap … d-ship.htm
"Only EU mission doesn’t solves piracy in Gulf of Aden"
http://www.europa-nu.nl/9353000/1/j9vvh … shnf7snxu9
Project Camelot interviews Aaron McCollum
earthquake registering a magnitude of 6.3 struck the Gulf of Aden
between Yemen and Somalia on Saturday, but preliminary reports from
Yemen said it appeared to have caused little damage.
Residents of Yemen’s port city of Aden said they did not feel any shaking during the time the quake occurred.
to civil unrest in nearby Somalia, there were no immediate reports that
the earthquake had caused any injuries or damage in that country.
quake struck at 11:30 a.m. local time about 150 miles (240 km) to the
west of the Yemeni island of Socotra and 200 miles (325 km) north of
Xaafuun on the Somali coast, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Pacific Tsunami Warning Center briefly issued a warning that there was
"a very small possibility of a local tsunami that could affect coasts
located usually no more than 60 miles (100 km) from the earthquake’s
Jordanian Double Agent Blamed for CIA Base Bombing
details have emerged about last week’s suicide bombing at a CIA base in
Afghanistan. The bomber was reportedly a Jordanian double agent who had
been recruited by the Jordanian spy service to infiltrate al-Qaeda. He
has been identified as a Jordanian doctor named Humam Khalil Mohammed.
The double agent was allowed access to the CIA base after he told his
Jordanian intelligence handler that he had information to give to the
CIA related to the whereabouts of al-Qaeda deputy Ayman Al-Zawahiri.
The bomber was not closely searched when he arrived at the CIA base.
The attack killed seven CIA officers and contractors.
General Criticizes State of US Intelligence in Afghanistan
report of the double agent’s role in the bombing came as the top US
military intelligence officer in Afghanistan issued a scathing
assessment of the state of the intelligence effort there. Major General
Michael Flynn said that US intelligence in Afghanistan had focused too
much on gathering information on insurgent groups and was “unable to
answer fundamental questions about the environment in which US and
allied forces operate and the people they seek to persuade.”
Clinton: Situation in Yemen Threatens Global Stability
United States has reopened its embassy in Yemen, but Obama
administration officials are continuing to warn about the threat posed
by al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula following the failed Christmas Day
airline bombing. On Monday, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said
that the situation in Yemen was a threat to global stability.
Hillary Clinton: “This
is in that region, the spillover effects from instability directly
impact the neighbors. Obviously, we see global implications from the
war in—in Yemen and the ongoing efforts by al-Qaeda in Yemen to use it
as a base for terrorist attacks far beyond the region.”
While the US
military is increasing its ties to Yemen, many analysts say economic
aid is needed more than military aid in the poor country.
Yemeni political analyst Khaled Al-Haroji:
“Assistance, I imagine, will help security. We need exact locations,
logistics, as well as economic assistance. These are important to
Yemen, because the economic problem faced by Yemen, and the high rate
of unemployment and poverty, is a suitable breeding environment for
al-Qaeda, considering that many young Yemenis are frustrated and will
turn to this organization (al-Qaeda).”