Benghazi: The Cover-up of the Cover-up Obama and Clinton Lied, Americans Died || By Mark Alexander | COURTESY: William J. Max MILINET


“It is of great importance to set a resolution, not to be shaken, never to tell an untruth. There is no vice so mean, so pitiful, so contemptible; and he who permits himself to tell a lie once, finds it much easier to do it a second and a third time, till at length it becomes habitual; he tells lies without attending to it, and truths without the world’s believing him. This falsehood of the tongue leads to that of the heart, and in time depraves all its good disposition.” –Thomas Jefferson (1785)

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The Benghazi Difference Author ||By Jim ONeil


Sean Smith, a 34-year-old information management officer…emailed a friend: “Assuming we don’t die tonight. We saw one of our ‘police’ that guard the compound taking pictures.” Hours later, he was dead.—Chris Stephen “US consulate attack in Benghazi: a challenge to official version of events

”…we have four dead Americans. Whether it was because of a protest or because guys outside for a walk one night decided togo kill some Americans. What difference at this point does it make?” —Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

“I’d like to convey the following message to Obama. Listen, Obama: We are Egyptian women. You are listen, Obama? Shut up your mouth, Obama. Shut up your mouth, Obama! Our message to you, you donkey: No matter what you do, we will not restore the ousted president [‘Muslim Brotherhood’ leader Mohammed Morsi].”—Anonymous Egyptian woman on viral video

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s Kabuki theater performance last year of faux outrage was one for the books, no doubt. On second thought…perhaps it was not phony outrage after all: how dare the Senate question her—her. The nerve.

In any event, not only did she dutifully provide the various media propaganda outlets with an emotive performance worthy of Hitler (”The indignation. And then, the tears in her eyes….”), but along the way she managed to plant not just one, but two, red herrings designed to mislead and misdirect: that is, the Benghazi attacks were the result of (1) protests, or (2) guys out for a walk.

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Amid carnage of war, Syria readies for Assad re-election || Courtesy: Reuters

Supporters of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad attend a rally to support him and the army, at the coastal city of Jableh in Lattakia

Some express their loyalty in general displays of patriotism, while others explicitly call on the 48-year-old president to announce he will stand in the vote, which is due to be held by July.

Just 18 months ago, Assad’s grip over his capital seemed to be slipping as rebels gained ground around Damascus. Since then his forces have consolidated control in central Syria. Rebels still insist his departure is precondition for any peace deal, but having lost military momentum they are unable to dictate terms.

At a gathering in southern Damascus last month to honor victims of Syria’s conflict, local officials and clerics turned the solemn memorial into a political rally.

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Ahrar-ul-Hind suicide assault team attacks courthouse in Islamabad || By Bill Roggio

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The newly formed Ahrar-ul-Hind claimed credit for a suicide assault today at a courthouse that killed a judge and 10 other people in Pakistan’s capital of Islamabad. The attack took place after both the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan and the Pakistani government announced over the weekend that they would suspend attacks against each other.

Two Ahrar-ul-Hind suicide bombers armed with weapons and hand grenades attacked the court, and killed judge Rafaqat Awan, a female lawyer, and nine others. Thirty more people were wounded in the assault, which may have been designed to free a prisoner who was brought to court to face trial.


Whitewashing Benghazi || By Jed Babbin & R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.


Were he alive today, Richard Nixon would have to doff his hat to Barack Obama. Compared with how the Obama administration has swept under the rug the Benghazi attacks of September 11, 2012, Nixon’s attempt to cover up the Watergate burglary was rank amateurism. To be fair, Nixon’s team of Haldeman, Ehrlichman, Mitchell, and Dean were not in the same league as Obama’s, which includes not only his cabinet but most of the national media and much of Congress.

If a president were intent on covering something up—something big, such as an illegal gun walking operation to Mexico or a dereliction of duty that gets Americans killed at a diplomatic outpost in the Middle East—he would have to operate on as grand a scale as Obama has.

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Islamic Front official posts pictures of al Qaeda’s top representative in Syria || By Thomas Joscelyn


Hassan Abboud, a top official in the Islamic Front and Ahrar al Sham, has posted a series of pictures of Abu Khalid al Suri on his Twitter feed. Al Suri was Ayman al Zawahiri’s chief representative in Syria until he was killed by a suicide bomber this past weekend.

As The Long War Journal reported on Dec. 17, 2013, al Suri was a founding member of Ahrar al Sham. He was a senior leader in the group at the time of his death. Ahrar al Sham is arguably the most powerful organization within the Islamic Front, a coalition of Syrian rebel groups formed late last year. Abboud is a senior leader in the Islamic Front.

Shortly after The Long War Journal reported on al Suri’s dual-hatted role in Ahrar al Sham and al Qaeda in December 2013, the US Treasury Department described al Suri as “al Qaeda’s representative in Syria.”

Abboud’s photos underscore his close relationship with al Suri and provide additional evidence showing al Suri’s importance within Ahrar al Sham.

In the picture below, al Suri (whose real name was Mohamed Bahaiah) is pictured on the left and Abboud is on the right.

At least 4 dead after twin blasts in Beirut || Courtesy: Israel Video Network | Jericho777 Proudly Stands With Israel ”””AM YISRAEL CHAI””’


Beirut Bombings

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Iran on Wednesday blamed Israel for a double suicide bombing in Beirut that killed four people near an Iranian cultural center in earlier in the day. A statement from the Iranian Foreign Ministry “strongly condemned” the attack in a Hezbollah-controlled Shi’ite stronghold, and accused Israel of carrying out the bombing in an attempt to destabilize Lebanon after the recent formulation of a new government. However, the twin suicide bombing was claimed by an al Qaeda-linked group, which said it was a response to the military intervention of Iran and Hezbollah in the Syrian war. The army said the rush hour attack in the Shi’ite southern suburbs of Beirut was carried out by two suicide bombers driving cars packed with explosives. Similar tactics were used in a twin suicide attack on the nearby Iranian embassy in November.


The Abdullah Azzam Brigades, a radical Sunni group, claimed responsibility for the latest attack, which wounded more than 100 people and was described by Lebanon’s Sunni Prime Minister Tammam Salam as an act of terrorism. In a post on Twitter, the Brigades said the Iranian culture center was the target. It described the “twin martyrdom operation” as retaliation for Hezbollah’s role in Syria and pledged more attacks. The judge investigating the attack said a total of 160 kg of explosives had been used in the bombing. The Iranian ambassador in Lebanon said the dead included a Lebanese policeman who had been guarding the cultural center, but none of its staff were wounded. The area is controlled by the Shi’ite movement Hezbollah, which is fighting alongside President Bashar Assad’s forces in neighboring Syria in a conflict that has fuelled tensions between Sunni and Shi’ite Muslims in Lebanon. Three years of civil war in Syria has spilled over into Lebanon, exacerbating Sunni-Shi’ite tensions and triggering violence, including frequent clashes between armed groups in the northern city of Tripoli. The war has also affected Lebanese politics, leading to paralysis in government.

The explosions went off about 20 meters (yards) from the Iranian center, blowing out the windows of a nearby orphanage run by a Sunni charity. Children were peering out and screaming “bomb, bomb.” Some were crying. A man working at a sweet shop opposite the bomb site said the blast shook the entire area. “We heard one explosion and then another,” he said. Human remains were found nearby. The casualties included a number of children.

Source: Ynet

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