Showing posts from September 20, 2009

Tizi Ouzou : a soldier wounded by a bomb blast

Source: ennaharaonline Algiers- a soldier was seriously wounded Saturday evening when a bomb detonated by remote control, his car on the road of « Takhoukht Wasif ». The blast, according to security sources, has caused serious injury to the military and major damage to his vehicle. The region of Tizi Ouzou knows these days a resurgence of terrorism which targets the elements of security and military individually and in ambiguous terms, in addition to the increase in the number of kidnappings in the villages in the department. Ennahar / Hadjira M

Terrorist hid explosives in his bottom

sOURCE: The telegraph Published: 7:18AM BST 21 Sep 2009 Suicide bomber Abdullah Hassan Tali al-Asiri attempted to kill a Saudi prince by detonating explosives hidden in his bottom. Abdullah Hassan Tali al-Asiri Photo: REUTERS Al-Asiri, 23, managed to blow himself up in the attack in Jeddah, but his target, Prince Mohammed Bin Nayef, escaped with minor injuries. Security experts said they have not come across a bomber who has concealed explosives in this way.   "We've never heard of anything quite like this before," a source told The Sun. Prince Nayef is the head of the security service in Saudi Arabia. Al-Asiri, who was on a local "Most Wanted" list, arranged a meeting with him after insisting he had turned his back on terrorism. By hiding the explosives in his bottom he managed to pass security checks before entering the prince's office. It is believed they were detonated elect

Gadget-buying Taliban 5th column in Blighty - shock!

Source: The register And, why Maplins is not a terrorist bomb bazaar of DEATH By Lewis Page • Get more from this author Posted in Government, 23rd February 2009 12:55 GMT Free whitepaper – PC-disable delivers intelligent client-side protection for lost or stolen notebooks Comment Widespread media reports suggest Taliban bomb-makers in Afghanistan use electronics sourced in the UK - perhaps bought by British or British-resident Muslim sympathisers. These stories are based on a report by the Telegraph, covering a briefing given to UK Foreign Secretary David Miliband by the commander and staff of 3 Commando Brigade, the British formation currently in the thick of the fighting in Afghanistan's Helmand province. Increasingly unable to contend against UK and allied forces in face-to-face combat, the Afghan insurgents are turning more and more to tactics such as roadside bombs and mines - either booby-traps or remotely initiated. Such Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs, in m

Suicide bum-blast bombing startles Saudi prince

Source: The register Fundamentalist fundament mentalist strikes By Lewis Page • Get more from this author Posted in Science, 21st September 2009 11:59 GMT Free whitepaper – The human factor in laptop encryption Anal-ysis It has emerged that a fanatical al-Qaeda suicide terrorist attempted to kill a Saudi interior minister last month by concealing a bomb up his bottom (the terrorist's, not the minister's). The strategy backfired, so to speak, as the bum-bomber's own body muffled the deadly arse-blast and his target escaped with only minor injuries. Reports of the attack, in which fundamentalist fundament mentalist Abdullah Hassan Tali' al-Asiri - aka Abul-Khair - attempted to assassinate Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, broke last month. However, media including Al-Arabiya TV and the Sun have now further newsened-up the story by revealing details of al-Asiri's method of smuggling the explosives through the Prince's security. It appears that al-Asiri