Category Archives: anti-terrorism surveillance

Explosive news


To be upfront here I have to say that I do not like or trust Human Rights Watch. I believe that they have an agenda that is not compatible with the free world. However, what they have uncovered in the … Continue reading

Posted in Al Qaeda, anti-terrorism surveillance, Gaza, Libya, NATO

Denmark spoils the fun of some intending terrorists.


The group of terrorists arrested in Copenhagen had plans to seek revenge for the publishing of the Mo the Paedophile cartoons.  It seems that they are denying that they had any intention of doing such a thing. However, the special … Continue reading

Posted in anti-terrorism surveillance, David Headley, Denmark, Ilyas Kashmiri, Jyllands-Posten, Lashkar-e-Taiba, Mo the Paedophile, Pakistan, religion of peas, Sweden

Thwarting Terrorism the English way–Proactive vs. Reactive pt. 3


In the UK twelve people from different ethnic backgrounds were arrested on the grounds that they were planning a terrorist strike. You can read about the story here. The potential targets included: the American Embassy; Big Ben; Westminster Abbey; the … Continue reading

Posted in Al Qaeda, anti-terrorism surveillance, Islam, London explosion plot, murder-suicide