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9/11 anniversary arrives to tensions over Qur'an threat and mosque

9/11 anniversary arrives to tensions over Qur'an threat and mosque 11 Sep 2010 Commemorations for the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks are under way in the US amid continued tensions over plans for an Islamic centre near Ground Zero and a threat to burn the Qur'an. The main event is in New York, where relatives are reading out the names of the 2,749 people who died in the attacks on the twin towers of the World Trade Centre. Houses of worship across the city tolled their bells at 8.46am (13.46 GMT), the moment the first hijacked plane struck the north tower in 2001.

PUC, PG&E Investigate Complaints of Gas Prior to Explosion

PUC, PG&E Investigate Complaints of Gas Prior to Explosion 11 Sep 2010 (CA) As homes still smoldered in a San Bruno neighborhood after a gas line ruptured and sparked a massive inferno Thursday, residents in the area said they had complained about a gas smell for weeks. People who live in the in the Crestmoore neighborhood told reporters they had complained to Pacific Gas and Electric about the smell of gas in the area and wondered why the utility had apparently not done anything about it.

Man burns Koran pages near Ground Zero

Man burns Koran pages near Ground Zero 11 Sep 2010 (NY) A hate-filled protester was escorted away from the Ground Zero mosque site this morning after tearing apart a Koran and burning some of the pages -- an early sign that the rancor was ramping up as numerous protests were set to begin. The man, who refused to identify himself, walked up the corner of Murray and Church streets with a green Koran in his hands. Amid a crowd of protestors and media, he first tore a page from the holy book and tossed it into the air. He then ripped a couple of more pages from the book and lit them on fire.

Obama Extends 2001 Declaration of National Emergency for Another Year

Obama Extends 2001 Declaration of National Emergency for Another Year 11 Sep 2010 Letter from the President on the Continuation of the National Emergency with Respect to Certain Terrorist Attacks --Letter from Barack Obama to the Speaker of the House, September 10, 2010 ...I have sent to the Federal Register the enclosed notice, stating that the emergency declared with respect to the terrorist attacks on the United States of September 11, 2001, is to continue in effect for an additional year. The terrorist threat that led to the declaration on September 14, 2001, of a national emergency continues. For this reason, I have determined that it is necessary to continue in effect after September 14, 2010, the national emergency with respect to the terrorist threat.

Fla. pastor will 'not today, not ever' burn Quran

Fla. pastor will 'not today, not ever' burn Quran 11 Sep 2010 A Florida pastor says his church will "not today, not ever" burn a Quran, even if a mosque is built near ground zero. Pastor Terry Jones had threatened to burn the Muslim holy book on the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks over plans to build an Islamic center near where terrorists brought down the World Trade Center nine years ago.

US urged to stop bombing Pakistan

US urged to stop bombing Pakistan [Yeah, there's about as much chance of that as a cat with a long tail in room filled with rockers.] 11 Sep 2010 An Iranian lawmaker has slammed US drone strikes and state-sponsored terrorism in flood-stricken Pakistan, calling for more humanitarian efforts. "The US attacks on Pakistan are the most inhuman phenomenon occurring in Pakistan," Spokesman for the Iranian Parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Kazem Jalali said Saturday. "Those who claim to be advocates of human rights and saviors of humanity are not only denying aid to the Pakistanis, but despite the [current] condition, bombing the nation," Fars News Agency quoted Jalali.

'Lucky Larry' Silverstein: 'Maybe the smartest thing to do is pull it.'

'Lucky Larry' Silverstein: 'Maybe the smartest thing to do is pull it.' 11 Sep 2010 9/11 was an inside job, six ways to Sunday. 9/11: "Lucky Larry" Silverstein and World Trade Tower 7 Posted by Mike 10 Sep 2006 Videos of Tower 7's collapse show a sudden vertical collapse, reminiscent of a controlled demolition. How could fire damage cause such a collapse in a steel building? Never in history has a steel building collapsed due to fire, let alone in such a quick, symmetrical fashion. During a video interview in the 2002 PBS documentary "America Rebuilds", Larry Silverstein shed some light on the mystery. According to Silverstein: "I remember getting a call from the, uh, fire department commander, telling me that they were not sure they were gonna be able to contain the fire, and I said, 'You know we've had such terrible loss of life, maybe the smartest thing to do is, is pull it.' Uh, and they made that decision to pull and then we watched the building collapse." "Pull" is construction jargon for "demolish", short for "pull down". Silverstein was saying that the fire department demolished Tower 7. [See: CLG 9/11 Exposition Zone, 911blogger, Whatreallyhappened, 9/11Truth, Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, Pilots for 9/11 Truth, American's Journey, Scholars for 9/11 Truth, 9-11 Research, 9-11 Timeline, Remember Building 7, and Labvirus.]

U.S. faces "Americanization" of terror threat

U.S. faces "Americanization" of terror threat 10 Sep 2010 Nine years after the September 11 attacks, the United States faces a growing threat from home-grown insurgents and an "Americanization" of al Qaeda [al-CIAduh] leadership, according to a report released on Friday. Former heads of the 9/11 Commission that studied the 2001 attacks on New York and Washington presented the 43-page study, describing it as a wake-up call about the radicalization of Muslims in the United States and the changing strategy of al Qaeda and its allies.

Wikileaks to publish Iraq war records

Wikileaks to publish Iraq war records --New material constitutes 'biggest leak of military intelligence ever' 11 Sep 2010 A cache of leaked, classified US military field reports on its military occupation of Iraq will be released seven years after the invasion began, a report says. Whistleblower website Wikileaks planned to release the new files about the devastating war, Newsweek reported Friday. In July, the website published 77,000 Afghan war documents and has said it will release another 15,000 related documents soon.

9/11 anniversary: US authorities slow to act over homegrown terrorists

9/11 anniversary: US authorities slow to act over homegrown terrorists 11 Sep 2010 American authorities were slow to take seriously the threat posed by homegrown terrorists and are "stumbling blindly" in trying to address the problem, according to a new report. It said that for too long the United States trusted that despite the war on of terror and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, its melting pot of nationalities and religions would protect it from the sort of with domestic terror seen in Britain. Compiled by the former heads of the September 11 Commission, which published the official findings into the 2001 al-Qaeda attacks on the US, the report said America should have learned from Britain's experience.

NYPD 'army' for protests

NYPD 'army' for protests 10 Sep 2010 The NYPD has called up "an army of cops" to handle rival protests expected to draw thousands to the site of the planned Ground Zero mosque on the anniversary of 9/11, sources said yesterday. With as many as 4,000 demonstrators expected to pack into two blocks of Park Place between West Broadway and Broadway -- the site of the proposed mosque -- the department is sparing no expense to keep the peace, the official said. "There'll be an army of cops down there," the official said, estimating the number of officers at several hundred.

US troops took body parts, 'kept finger trophies'

US troops took body parts, 'kept finger trophies' 10 Sep 2010 American soldiers murdered Afghan civilians and took body parts as trophies, it was alleged last night. Shocking documents show five soldiers have been charged with killing innocent Afghans in January, February and May this year after forming a secret "kill team". In charge sheets obtained from the US Army, Staff Sgt Calvin Gibbs, Cpl Jeremy Morlock, Pte First Class Andrew Holmes, Specialist Michael Wagnon and Specialist Adam Winfield are accused of the crimes. [They don't 'hate us for our freedoms.' They hate us because we're *sociopaths.*]

US-led troops shoot Afghan protesters

US-led troops shoot Afghan protesters 10 Sep 2010 US-led forces have shot dead one person and wounded several others after they opened fire on an anti-US demonstration in northern Afghanistan. More than 10,000 demonstrators took to the streets after the Eid a-Fitr prayers on Friday to protest a US church's plan to burn copies of the holy Quran on the anniversary of the September 11 attacks. US-led troops used live ammunition to disperse Afghan protesters in Faizabad, the capital of Badakhshan Province, killing one person and injuring several others.

British journalist held in Pakistan released

British journalist held in Pakistan released 09 Sep 2010 A British journalist held captive by extremists in Pakistan's militant-hit northwest has been released, the British embassy confirmed Thursday. Journalist Asad Qureshi went missing in March while travelling to North Waziristan with a retired army officer and a prominent Pakistani ex-spy who was killed by their captors... A previously unknown group calling themselves Asian Tigers earlier claimed to have kidnapped the group and sent a video of one of their captives, former spy Khalid Khawaja, to the media, before apparently killing him. Khawaja, a former Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) officer and reported associate of Osama bin Laden, was found dead in April with a note accusing him of spying for the United States, according to security officials.

Pentagon Plan: Buying Then Destroying Books to Keep Secrets

Pentagon Plan: Buying Then Destroying Books to Keep Secrets --DoD officials are negotiating to buy and destroy all 10,000 copies of the first printing of an Afghan war memoir. 10 Sep 2010 Defense Department officials are negotiating to buy and destroy all 10,000 copies of the first printing of an Afghan war memoir they say contains intelligence secrets, according to two people familiar with the dispute. The publication of "Operation Dark Heart," by Anthony A. Shaffer, a former Defense Intelligence Agency officer and a lieutenant colonel in the Army Reserve, has divided military security reviewers and highlighted the uncertainty about what information poses a genuine threat to security. Veterans of the publishing industry and intelligence agencies could not recall another case in which an agency sought to dispose of a book that had already been printed.

CNN report: IDF sexually abused Palestinian children

CNN report: IDF sexually abused Palestinian children 09 Sep 2010 Explosive accusations on CNN: A CNN investigative report aired Thursday slammed the treatment of Palestinian children by IDF soldiers. The report included uncorroborated charges of sexual abuse against Palestinian youngsters while in IDF custody. The CNN report featured an unidentified Palestinian boy claiming that IDF forces attempted to insert an object into his rectum after he was arrested. The unidentified youngster said a dozen officers were standing around and laughing while he was being interrogated, stopping only when their commander stepped into the room. The IDF could not offer a response to the charge because the youngster's name was not provided.

Colombian rebels mount offensive, 45 killed

Colombian rebels mount offensive, 45 killed 09 Sep 2010 Forty-five Colombian police, soldiers and guerrilla fighters have been killed over the past week as leftist rebels launch attacks meant to show they are still a threat after an eight-year U.S.-backed security push terrorism. President Juan Manuel Santos took office last month, promising to keep up pressure on the drug-running insurgents. The more than four-decades-old Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, has staged several attacks this month.

N.Y. man alleges Homeland Security violated his rights during Newark airport search

N.Y. man alleges Homeland Security violated his rights during Newark airport search 09 Sep 2010 To worries about full-body X-ray at airports, add this: little-known Homeland Security searches of travelers' laptops, cellular phones, digital cameras and other electronics -- without a stated reason. Civil-rights attorneys are suing to end what they call "suspicion-less searches," which they believe take place at every U.S. border and airport. From October 2008 through June 2010, they found, agents went through the electronic gadgets of more than 6,500 people, including 3,000 U.S. citizens. One of them was Islamic studies doctoral student Pascal Abidor of Brooklyn, who was detained in July at Newark Liberty International Airport.

Afghans rally against US Koran burning

Afghans rally against US Koran burning 10 Sep 2010 Thousands of Afghans marched through a small town northeast of Kabul on Thursday, chanting anti-US and anti-Christian slogans to protest against plans by a US church to burn the Koran, an official said. The protesters, mostly men, took to the streets of Mahmud Raqi town in Kapisa province, which is near the US-run Bagram Air Field, the spokesman for the provincial governor Abdul Halim Ayar told AFP.

Four Al Qaeda in Iraq militants escape from U.S. custody

Four Al Qaeda in Iraq militants escape from U.S. custody [i.e., al-CIAduhs set loose for future false flags] 10 Sep 2010 Four inmates affiliated with the militant group Al Qaeda in Iraq broke out of the U.S.-guarded wing of an Iraqi prison in a major breach of security, Iraqi and American officials said Thursday. The wing, policed by U.S. forces, holds former officials from Saddam Hussein's government and dangerous members of Sunni Arab and Shiite Muslim extremist groups. The Americans had controlled the entire facility until July, when it handed over to the Iraqis all but one area called Compound 5.

Gas line explosion sparks hillside inferno in San Bruno; many injuries feared

Gas line explosion sparks hillside inferno in San Bruno; many injuries feared 09 Sep 2010 (CA) A massive fire burned homes as it roared through a mostly residential neighborhood in the hills south of San Francisco following an explosion early Thursday evening. The fire is burning a few miles from San Francisco International Airport, prompting speculation the blaze was sparked by a plane crash. Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Ian Gregor said the agency has no record of a crash.

Federal Judge Rules Military's Gay Ban Unconstitutional

Federal Judge Rules Military's Gay Ban Unconstitutional 09 Sep 2010 A federal judge in Southern California has declared the U.S. military's ban on openly gay service members unconstitutional. U.S. District Judge Virginia Phillips on Thursday granted a request for an injunction halting the government's "don't ask, don't tell" policy for gays in the military. Phillips says the policy doesn't help military readiness and instead has a "direct and deleterious effect" on the armed services.

Sheriffs want lists of patients using painkillers

Sheriffs want lists of patients using painkillers 09 Sep 2010 Sheriffs in North Carolina want access to state computer records identifying anyone with prescriptions for powerful painkillers and other controlled substances. The state sheriff's association pushed the idea Tuesday, saying the move would help them make drug arrests and curb a growing problem of prescription drug abuse. But patient advocates say opening up people's medicine cabinets to law enforcement would deal a devastating blow to privacy rights.

Iran to release one of three US nationals

Iran to release one of three US nationals 09 Sep 2010 Coinciding with Eid al-Fitr, Tehran will release one of the three Americans detained in the southwestern Iran over illegally entering the country. "Given that Eid al-Fitr is upon us, it was decided that this lady (Sarah Emily Shourd) be released soon to rejoin with her family," Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast told Press TV early on Friday. The spokesman added that the decision to release Shourd came after Iranian officials, including President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, closely studied the case.

Florida denies permit to burn holy Quran

Florida denies permit to burn holy Quran 10 Sep 2010 City officials in Gainesville, Florida, have denied a burning permit to a local church that wants to burn copies of the holy Quran on September 11. Gainesville officials say book burnings like the one planned by the Dove World Outreach Centre are prohibited under the city’s burning ordinance. City officials further warned that the church would face a fine if it went ahead with the burnings.

Qur'an burning: Pastor's threat escalates into international crisis

Qur'an burning: Pastor's threat escalates into international crisis --Interpol has warned of violent attacks and Indonesia's president made a direct appeal to Obama to stop the burning 09 Sep 2010 Threats by an obscure Florida pastor to burn copies of the Qur'an escalated into an international crisis today as Interpol issued a blunt warning that "violent attacks on innocent people would follow" if the stunt went ahead. The international police agency's statement came as the US president, Barack Obama, added his voice to senior figures around the world calling on Terry Jones, the leader of a tiny pentecostal church in Florida, to halt the highly-publicised burning planned for the anniversary of the September 11 attacks.

Obama urges Fla. pastor to call off Koran burning

Obama urges Fla. pastor to call off Koran burning 09 Sep 2010 President Obama urged a Florida pastor Thursday to call off a plan to burn copies of the Koran on Sept. 11, warning that such a "stunt" would amount to a "recruitment bonanza for al-Qaeda" and would endanger Americans. Obama added his voice to a chorus of criticism of the proposed Koran-burning in an interview broadcast Thursday on ABC's "Good Morning America" program. [Obusha criticized the Quran burning because he doesn't want Muslims angry at the predator drones killing them and 'taking it out on' US soldiers. Obama doesn't give a damn about Muslims or human rights: If he did, he'd close Guantanamo Bay and Bagram. And, notice that Obama didn't involve himself until his Republican overlords condemned the act. Obama then felt he was safe from Faux News' vitriol. Obama is a sycophant and coward. --LRP]

Florida pastor says he's 'rethinking" canceled Quran burning

Florida pastor says he's 'rethinking" canceled Quran burning 09 Sep 2010 A Florida pastor who called off a Quran burning said late Thursday he was "rethinking our position" after a Muslim leader said the minister incorrectly announced that the proposed Islamic center near New York's ground zero would be moved as part of a deal. The dramatic development was one of several twists on a day when President Barack Obama and Defense Secretary Robert Gates urged the Rev. Terry Jones to call off the Saturday event, timed for the ninth anniversary of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. During the afternoon, Jones canceled his plan to burn copies of the Quran, based on what he said were assurances from a local Muslim leader that the Islamic center in New York would be moved -- an assertion rejected by the center's visionary in New York.

Security swells around church as pastor plans to burn Quran

Security swells around church as pastor plans to burn Quran 09 Sep 2010 Police and federal officials stepped up surveillance at Pastor Terry Jones' Dove World Outreach Center on Thursday as concern grew for safety at the center and around the world. Still, the leader of this small church vowed to burn copies of the Quran to mark the 9/11 terrorist attacks. FBI agents visited with Jones, and President Obama added his voice to the chorus of opposition. Gainesville police checked the identification and recorded license plates of everyone entering the church grounds.

FBI memo warns of retaliation if Qurans burned

FBI memo warns of retaliation if Qurans burned 09 Sep 2010 The FBI is warning of potential threats and retaliation by Muslim extremists if a Florida pastor stages a Quran-burning event this weekend. An FBI intelligence memo warns that extremists are likely to threaten or even attempt to harm organizers, including Gainesville pastor Terry Jones. The memo also predicts that burning Qurans might inspire retaliatory attacks against U.S. interests overseas.

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