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Información de la actividad terrorista en esta zona geográfica que incluye los países del Golfo y vecinos, Israel y Mar Rojo.
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Hezbollah con ETA, por favor...
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Citizen_X escribió:Hezbollah con ETA, por favor...
Desde luego no deben ser comparados en cuanto a preparación técnica o de combate. Aquí se trata de si debemos seguir calificando a los etarras de terroristas o simplemente son delincuentes organizados.

Yo creo que ETA es hoy en día una seudomafia de traficantes de armas, drogas y contrabando de todo tipo que extorsiona y sigue matando, los muy cobardes, como hacen otras mafias a los que se niegan a su chantaje.

El que un análisis sea serio o no, habrá que decírselo a quiénes siguen considerando a los etarras terroristas, porque insisto, estos desgraciados son unos mafiosos a los que los Cuerpos de Seguridad les están dando palo tras palo en la actualidad. A ver si por fin, 2009 nos trae el fin de ETA.
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Definición de terrorismo:
Forma violenta de lucha política, mediante la cual se persigue la destrucción del orden establecido o la creación de un clima de temor e inseguridad.

Un saludo a todo el mundo.
El sabio no dice lo que sabe y el necio no sabe lo que dice.
No puede morir esclavo quien ha combatido largo tiempo por la libertad.
E=extorsionadores T=terroristas A=asesinos.
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Autoridades israelíes alertan a los ciudadanos, de un posible atentado por parte del Hezbollah.RIA NOVOSTI
| 02/ 02/ 2009




Tel Aviv, 2 de febrero, RIA Novosti. Las autoridades de Israel alertaron hoy a los ciudadanos de un "serio atentado" que pueden estar preparando los miembros del movimiento chiíta libanés Hezbollah.

La alerta va dirigida a los israelíes que se encuentran en el extranjero o se preparan a viajar al exterior en vísperas del primer aniversario de la muerte de Imad Mugnia, uno de los líderes del Hezbollah.

Mugnia murió el 12 de febrero de 2008 al estallar un vehículo en la capital siria de Damasco. Hezbollah declaró que el atentado fue obra de Israel y le amenazó con vengar la muerte de Mugnia.

Por esta razón se les recomienda a los israelíes evitar visitas a países árabes y musulmanes, estar atentos y redoblar las precauciones
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Interesantísimo artículo sobre la eliminación de Imad Mughniyeh por parte del Mossad. Todo empezó con un interrogatorio a un miembro de Hezbolá capturado en Iraq, Moussa Daqduq, y los datos trasmitidos por la inteligencia estadounidense a Israel. Hay investigación de Robert Baer de por medio...
Hizbullah military commander Imad Mughniyeh was assassinated by Israeli Mossad agents supplied with information gathered by American CIA officials in Iraq, according to a report published in an Israeli newspaper. The Yediot Ahronot newspaper said it had received new details about Mughniyeh's death from an anonymous Lebanese official who had been charged with investigating the killing, and from Robert Baer, a former CIA case officer.

The report claimed that important details used to plan the assassination were gathered from Ali Moussa Daqduq, a Hizbullah operative who was arrested in Iraq in January 2007, where he was allgedly training members of the Shiite Mehdi Army. He was handed to US intelligence agents, who extracted a wealth of information about Mughniyeh from their prisoner, including his telephone numbers, his physical description, his behavioral traits and the names of his acquaintances.

The US then passed this information to the Israeli intelligence service, which began planning an operation to kill the Hizbullah military mastermind.



The newspaper says a single mistake by Mughniyeh led to his death. Israel received intelligence that he would be attending a reception hosted by Iran's new ambassador to Damascus to commemorate the 29th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution in Iran.

Mughniyeh had apparently eschewed his usual security detail for the event, traveling without his bodyguards or chauffeur, and had arrived at the reception alone. He had no idea that a Mossad hit squad was lying in wait for him.

According to the newspaper, Israel had dispatched a team of agents tasked with killing Mughniyeh to Kurdish-controlled northern Iraq before the reception. The team slipped across the border into Syria in three vehicles and began monitoring their target the day before he died.


While Mughniyeh was attending the reception, the assassins broke into his car, a silver Mitsubishi Pajero, removing the headrest on his seat and replacing it with an identical one loaded with explosives.

Rather than setting the explosives on a timer, the agents used a remote controlled charge that they could detonate at the right moment. They lay in wait for their quarry and when he was in the car, they detonated the explosives, killing him instantly.

His death sent shockwaves through Hizbullah, an organization known for being almost impenetrable to hostile intelligence agencies, and the group's leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah immediately pledged revenge.

Almost a year on, no response has come. But during a news conference held at the end of January, Nasrallah reiterated his promise to avenge the assassination. "The Israelis live in fear of our revenge," he said. "The decision to respond to the killing is still on. We decide the time and the place"

His comments have sparked fears in Israel that a Hizbullah revenge attack is imminent. Israeli troops stationed on the border with Lebanon have been placed on high alert, and the Jewish state's counter-terrorism bureau has issued a warning to Israeli nationals that they may be targeted abroad.

Israeli politicians, currently locked in a bitter election race, have pledged a devastating response to any Hizbullah attack. On a visit to northern Israel last week, Defense Minister Ehud Barak warned that Lebanon would be held responsible for Hizbullah's actions.

"Hizbullah is not just a terrorist organization running around the hills but also sits at the cabinet table in Beirut," Barak said. "Therefore, the Lebanese government bears overall responsibility and any attempt to attack Israel will be met with a response."

http://www.dailystar.com.lb/article.asp ... e_id=99226
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AI denuncia la campaña de terror de los islamistas en Gaza
«Hombres armados de Hamas vinieron a mi casa...»


http://www.larazon.es/noticia/hombres-a ... -a-mi-casa
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Hezbolá y las escuchas telefónicas en Líbano
Hezbollah: Perfecting the Art of Eavesdropping

10/02/2009
By Tariq Alhomayed

The controversy that is currently taking place in Lebanon with regards to who is spying on whom, and whether phone-tapping is "legal or illegal" is amusing.

What is even more comical is that the meeting of the parliamentary Media and Telecommunication Commission convened to discuss this issue was held in secret! The joke is not over yet, the chairman of the parliamentary Media and Telecommunications Commission is a deputy [MP Hassan Fadlallah] for the "Loyalty to the Resistance" political bloc i.e. Hezbollah!

It is a common experience when calling a Lebanese politician, and asking him what is going on, or after simply mentioning the name of Hassan Nasrallah, to receive the response "We'll talk when we meet in London [i.e. not over the phone]"

What is strange is the fuss made over the issue of phone-tapping, for Lebanon is a country where basic privacy is not protected, for everything is done openly there. Although the practice of phone-tapping has only been attempted primarily since the Syrian's established a presence there, and after Lebanon became acquainted with characters that you could tell stories about!

Hezbollah said that it was one of the first parties to call for this issue of "illegal" phone-tapping to be confronted. Hezbollah of course is not talking about the "legal" phone-tapping that the movement itself performs under the name of resistance, this does not include the state, and that is the crux of the matter.

When the state is absent then nothing is present, and it is due to this state absence that Lebanon has become a country "suspended from its ankles" with the resistance having its own media [agency], and army. Its flag flies higher than that of the Lebanese flag, and so of course it [the resistance] has its own special agencies for spying.

When the security chief of Lebanon's airport was dismissed [for alleged ties to the movement] Hezbollah took up arms [to reinstate him] and we all know what controlling airport security means. So how can Hezbollah attempt to portray itself as impartial in the case of phone-tapping? Especially since the airport is the port of call for illegal items which includes devices used for phone-tapping.

What some forgot is that Hezbollah has a private communication network which the movement considers a red-line that cannot be transgressed against, and this is not to mention the camera that was discovered [monitoring a runway of the Lebanon airport] and the cameras which are yet to be found.

And so what the Lebanese have not yet realized is that when the state is absent then nothing is present, and then the most important executive powers are transformed into a doormat for worthless ministers, and the political process continues with [empty] dialogue and debate in lavish settings, while victory is achieved through arms.

Our newspaper had a legal experience [in Lebanon]; all we needed was a single particular file from a ministry in Lebanon. I spoke to an important Lebanese individual about the document that we needed, she called a Lebanese Minister in my presence [with regards this issue]; his answer, he would do his best to see if the document was still present in their files!

We did not stop our efforts, and we spoke to two junior members of staff in this ministry to find out whether the file was still there. The answer came back that the file had completely disappeared, nobody wanted to speak about it, and of course our telephone calls continued [in vain]. That week felt like a month, and we were forced to wait for our envoy to travel to Lebanon, and then wait for his return, since nobody wanted to talk on the telephone about any sensitive issues. And all of this was to locate one innocuous document which of course had nothing to do with the location of Hassan Nasrallah [or anything sensitive like that]!

And so the issue is larger than "who is spying on whom" rather the issue in Lebanon, in its entirety, revolves around the absence of the state. For as long as the state is absent then Hezbollah, and others, will continue to do as they please.

http://www.asharqalawsat.com/english/ne ... 2&id=15683
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Olmert amenaza con una respuesta 'fuerte y dolorosa' a los cohetes palestinos
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El primer ministro israelí, Ehud Olmert, amenazó hoy con una respuesta "dolorosa, fuerte e inflexible" al lanzamiento de cohetes por las milicias palestinas de Gaza contra el sur del Estado judío.
Israel replicará a los proyectiles palestinos "hasta que las organizaciones terroristas entiendan que Israel no está dispuesto a aceptar esa forma de terrorismo", dijo Olmert al iniciar el consejo semanal de ministros.
"Israel tiene un amplio abanico de opciones que puede emplear" y las "utilizará hasta que llegue la tranquilidad al sur" del país, agregó.
Hasta el momento, el Ejército israelí ha respondido a los cohetes con bombardeos de los túneles subterráneos entre Gaza y Egipto, empleados para el contrabando de armamento, alimentos y bienes básicos que palian las carencias originadas por el bloqueo de Gaza.
Entre el viernes y el sábado, once cohetes fueron lanzados desde Gaza contra localidades vecinas en Israel, lo que supone un aumento respecto a la media de proyectiles disparados desde que el pasado 18 de enero concluyó la ofensiva militar israelí en la franja, que dejó 1.400 palestinos y 5.500 heridos.
El primer ministro saliente, a quien sustituirá el derechista Benjamín Netanyahu cuando forme Gobierno, considera que "los terroristas, liderados por Hamás, están tratando de recuperarse del duro golpe que sufrieron" en la operación 'Plomo Fundido'y lo hacen de la única manera que saben: a través del terrorismo".
El pasado 1 de febrero, Olmert había amenazado con una respuesta "desproporcionada" a los ataques procedentes de Gaza.
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Los terroristas palestinos de Hamas han vuelto a violar el alto fuego decretado por Israel y los propios terroristas. El pasado fin de semana lanzaron siete misiles sobre la población israelí, entre ellos dos tipo Grad mejorados con más carga explosiva y mayor alcance
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