Saturday, May 28, 2011

Yahoo Answers Questions

1983 Beirut Barracks Bombings

Do you remember the 1983 Beirut Barracks Bombings? Your memories?

How come its not remembered?
Never remembered by news channels?
No movies made about it?

241 Marines died that day, biggest blow in a single day to America since WW2. I think this is something we should talk about as Americans more often.

Thursday, May 26, 2011

The Arrest of the Wild Beast Ratko Mladic
Ratko Mladić (Serbian: Ратко Младић, pronounced [râtkɔ mlǎːditɕ], born March 12, 1942)[1] is the former Chief of Staff of the Army of the Republika Srpska (the Bosnian Serb Army) during the Bosnian War 1992–1995. In 1995, he was indicted by the ICTY of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity, and was a fugitive until he was arrested by Serbian security forces on May 26, 2011 in Lazarevo, Serbia.[2]

According to Serbian President Boris Tadić, Ratko Mladić was arrested on May 26, 2011in Lazarevo, near Zrenjanin in the Banat region of the northern province of Vojvodina. An anonymous tip led to the arrest. According to some sources he was arrested in Serbia in an ethnic Serb village.[33] The local website mentions that Mladić was arrested in the house of his cousin Branislav Mladić, at the Ul. Vuka Karadžića 2.[34] Mladić's arrest had been a condition for Serbia's accession to the European Union.[35] After initial doubt as to the identity of the arrested man, Serbian President Boris Tadić confirmed that it was Mladić at press conference and announced that the process of extraditing him to the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia was underway. Mladić had apparently been using the pseudonym Milorad Komadić while in hiding.[36] As a coincidence, the pseudonym is nearly an anagram of his own name ("I am Radko Mladic"). Serbian Newssite B92 reported that beside using the assumed name, Mladić was not wearing a beard or any disguise, that his appearance showed he had "aged considerably" and that one of his arms was paralyzed.[37]

The Arrest of Fugtive Ratko Mladic in Serbia

May 26 (Bloomberg) -- Serbian police arrested war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic, who led Bosnian Serb troops during the violent breakup of Yugoslavia in the 1990s, Europe's bloodiest conflict since World War II.

Mladic, 69, was caught hiding in Serbia, President Boris Tadic told a news conference in Belgrade today. He was using the name Milorad Komadic in the village of Lazarevo, 82 kilometers (51 miles) north of the Serbian capital, local media said. Tadic refused to provide further details. Mladic will be sent to the United Nations War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague for trial.

Reports earlier on Thursday said that BIA members assisted by police, arrested Mladić in the village of Lazarevo, near the town of Zrenjanin in northern Serbia.

he secret operation came after a tip-off that Mladić, who used the name Milorad Komadić, "possessed some identification documents of Ratko Mladić and was physically very similar to him".

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Saturday, May 14, 2011

Fanatic Italy is Planning to Attack Egypt Military to Convert it to Christianity and Rescue the Copts according to their Opinions

Christian fanatic Italy promoted itself as the defender of Christianity in the Middle East. The Pope and the Italian government are forming an evil alliance to destroy Islam.

Friday, May 13, 2011

Moammar El-kaddafi of Libya and the Art of Survival

Intense Efforts to Kill Moammar El-Kaddafi of Libya

Intense Efforts are made to Kill Moammar El-Kaddafi Libya

Aftermath death

--Colonel Muammar el Qaddafi who ruled Libya for 42 years, crushing opponents at home while cultivating the wardrobe and looks befitting an aging rock star. He met a violent and vengeful death on Oct. 20, 2011, at the hands of the Libyan forces that drove him from power.

Celecrating death.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Barack Obama Announcing the Killing of Osama Bin Laden Video

Monday, May 2, 2011

Osama Ben Laden Compound Video

The Killing of Osama Bin Laden Saga at Abbott Abad Pakistan

Sunday, May 1, 2011

The Killing of Osama Bin Laden in an Operation in Pakistan

U.S. forces shot Bin Laden in the head in a mansion outside the Pakistani capital of Islamabad, CNN and CBS reported. No U.S. personnel were killed in the action, Obama said, and civilian casualties were avoided.

Bin Laden's body is no longer in Pakistan, CNN further reported. A full autopsy will be performed; the United States collected DNA samples to confirm the body belongs to bin Laden.

Barack Obama Announces the Killing of Osama Bin Laden Video May-01-2011