Wednesday, March 30, 2011 18:23 GMT Former
Libyan Al Qaeda Leader Says There Are 1000 jihadists Amongst Rebels
A former leader of an al Qaeda linked group in Libya claims that there
are around 1000 fundamentalist Islamic fighters in the country that
have joined the uprising against Col. Moammar Gaddafi’s forces,
a number that jives with intelligence reports and independent estimates.
Yet still the allied NATO forces are considering arming the rebels.
Jones On RT: Al-Qaeda created by CIA
Alex compares the situation in Libya with the US missions in Iraq, Rwanda
and Serbia, where Al-Qaeda was created by the CIA and used to fight
Serbs all as a part of an overall globalist agenda of the New World
NATO Commander Admits Al-Qaeda Linked To Libyan Rebels
A top ranking NATO Commander has admitted that intelligence has uncovered
elements of “al qaeda” amongst Libyan rebel fighters currently
receiving tactical military support from US and European led operations
inside the country.
Street America is Rising Up
The fight for workers rights is spreading across America. Drawing their
inspiration from Egypt and Wisconsin, nearly ten thousand union members
and their supporters clogged the streets of Los Angeles this weekend,
to let everyone know that they’re not going to stand for what
they call an attack on the middle class.
Nuclear Crisis Could Last for YEARS
If all goes well, the reactor cores and spent fuel rods should cool
down considerably over the next couple of months. But the fact that
the Japanese might need to sustain the cooling effort for years
on end is stunning.
Reasons Why The Federal Reserve Is At The Heart Of Our Economic
Problems Most Americans do not understand what the
Federal Reserve is or why it is at the heart of our economic problems.
When Americans get into discussions about the economy, most of them
still blame either the Democrats or the Republicans for inflation,
for the housing crash, for our rampant unemployment and for the
radioactivity found in UK
A statement from the Health Protection Agency said the “minutest
traces of iodine” were being seen in the UK, with low levels
detected at monitoring stations in Oxfordshire and Glasgow.
risk is low, but possible in airport scanners
David Brenner, director of the Center for Radiological Research
at the Columbia University Medical Center, published an article
in April in the journal Radiology, and also found the radiation
exposure to be small, but says even though the cancer risk is low,
it is possible.