Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Allah's Brothel Overflowing........

According to Recent Reports, the Israelis have launched a suprise attack in the Beeka Valley. This the hearland of the Hizbullah, the second most dangerous terror group on earth. Israel is fighting hard, trying to capture of kill the Hizbullah command. If only America had launched such an operation in Tora Bora, maybe bin Laden would be cavorting ith his Virgins by now.


More entrants to the Brothel. From Westernresistance:

"The hideout of the Islamist group Abu Sayyaf has been located, and earlier today it received an attack of sustained bombing, states Reuters AlertNet the BBC and Al Jazeera.
Three days ago, the group kidnapped a mother and son who owned a pawnbroker's shop on the island of Jolo, in the maritime province of Susu, in the extreme southwest of the Philippines. The kidnappers demanded 10 million pesos ($193,723) in exchange for the freedom of Jackylyn and Jeffrey Silbin. No news has been reported since on the fate of the two hostages.
The group has a base on the island of Jolo, where its local leader is the one-armed, horse-riding figure of Radullan Sahiron who has a reputation for decapitating locals whom he views as "collaborators".
Initially the main base of the Abu Sayyaf was on the island of Mindanao, in the Liguasan marsh, an area more normally controlled by the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF). They were flushed out from there earlier this year.
After the initial bombing of the base, which was carried out by helicopter gunships and ground assault planes hundreds of Philippine troops then clashed with the rebels in their mountainous hideout.
Major-General Gabriel Habacon said to a press conference in Zamboanga City, the commercial hub on the northwest of Mindanao, the largest southern island: "We've been tracking these terrorists for months. The time is now. We've located them and we're going to finish them off."
Habacon said that after the initial assault, soldiers met with rebels fleeing the bombing. 500 soldiers were engaged in the operation. Two military personnel have been injured.
The US has had a presence on the island of Jolo for some time, where it has been training Filipino soldiers in counterterrism maneuvers. It is also suspected that the Jemaah Isamiyah terrorists Dulmatin and Umar Patek are thought to be hiding. These two have bounties upon their heads under the US Rewards for Justice scheme, for their involvement in the Bali Bombings of October 2002, which killed 202 people, including 88 Australian tourists.
About 30 Abu Sayyaf members and 15 Jemaah Islamiyah activists, including Dulmatin and Umar Patek are believed to have fled to Jolo after being driven from Mindanao.
On November 11 last year, Radullan Sahiron's Abu Sayyaf and a band of rebels from the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) attacked a Filipino troop patrol on Jolo, leading to a sustained battle between insurgents and the army. This insurgency came to an end in January when the MNLF agreed to stop fighting. The deal had been brokered by their imprisoned leader and former governor of Miguandanao, Nur Misauri.
However, there have been signs of a resurgence of activity from both Abu Sayyaf and JI. On March 27 in the town of Jolo on the island, a bomb was set off at a grovery store, killing two and injuring seven. It is thought that Abu Sayyaf and JI were working together.
On May 4 we reported that four soldiers had been killed in separate attacks over one weekend, in action by Islamists. On July 14 a policeman was killed by an Abu Sayyaf activist on Zamboanga, and on July 18 one police man was killed and three others were injured when Abu Sayyaf men, dressed as Filipono soldiers, ambushed them near the town of Maimbung on Jolo. A week previously a soldier had been killed by an Islamist attack at the village of Alat near Jolo town. The July 18 attack was led by Albader Parad of Abu Sayyaf.
Other soldiers have been killed this month on Jolo. One was heading home on a motorcycle when shot in the village of Kasalamatan, and two soldiers were ambushed in the village of Pakitul.
The group Abu Sayyaf has been responsible for numerous kidnappings and decapitations of hostages, including a particularly brutal event which took place at Dos Palmas on Palawan Island in May 2001, when 21 people, mostly Chinese Filipino tourists but with three Americans, were kidnapped.
Most of the Chinese Filipinos were decapitated, as was US citizen Guillermo Sobrero. Two missionaries from Wichita Kansas were held hostage. A rescue attempt by the army went badly wrong. Martin Burnham was killed, and his wife Gracia was injured, but survived. Radullan Sahiron was involved in that kidnapping.
Though the Abu Sayyaf group is renowned for its kidnappings, decapitations and banditry, it also committed the Philippine's worst terrorist attack (pictured), an attack upon a ferry on February 27, 2004. A bomb was set off on the boat, which was traveling between Manila and Bacolod, while it was in the Bay of Manila. The ferry was carrying 900 people. A fire, caused by the bomb spread through the ship and 116 people died."

The eradication of Abu Sayaff would be a major step in the right direction. Today has been a good day. There is good news. But you probably wont hear it from the MSM or the goose-steppers. No, instead you must troll those evil unreliable blogs.

Where are the American operations? Is our current strategy in Iraq simply to use our soldiers as bullet stoppers betwen the coming Sunni-Shiite war? Or are we saving our best for Iran? My national pride is wounded.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree, Brandon; I can`t figure our strategy, either.

One would hope there is a secret plan in place, but that is far too John Kerry to be believed, and I really think our policy is just adrift.

Tim Birdnow

11:03 AM  
Blogger Mr. Ducky said...

What is THE most dangerous terrorist organization on earth. The Bush administration?

1:35 PM  

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