"I've been to many Arab countries during my studies," said Suleiman Rawaj, 29, a supporter of the militant Hamas group in Gaza City. "I think the freedom we have here in Palestine is the best among the Arab countries."Whoa! What about the occupayshun?!
Of all the governments in the Middle East, the Iranian regime remains the most resolute in confronting the United States. The Iranian leaders' persistence in vilifying the U.S. illustrates the deep antagonisms between the two countries. Indeed, regime-generated anti-Americanism is the product of the Islamic ideology promoted by the late Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, but also a reflection of the tense and complex history of their relationship.
Yet Iran itself suffers from internal contradictions that the mullahs wish did not exist.
An ultra-radical Islamic ideology mixing zealot-like devotion and holy war creed is drawing more scrutiny in anti-terrorist probes from the Middle East to Europe — with increasing indications that its base on the fringes of Islamic extremism could be widening.
Suitcase nuclear bombs can be detected from space satellites. The Multispectral Thermal Imager (MTI) satellite developed at Sandia and Los Alamos national laboratories includes a sophisticated equipment that can detect any nuclear energy on earth.If you click around on that website, the guy's a weirdo. So take this with a grain of salt.
The US Air Force Space and Missile Test and Evaluation Directorate launched the MTI into polar orbit in 1999 using an Orbital Sciences Corporation Taurus rocket.
Usama Bin Laden allegedly has already purchased a number of nuclear suitcase bombs from Chechen organized crime groups and there have been reports that he has backpack bombs also.
So if there are suitcase bombs out there, we should already know exactly where they are.
Multispectral Thermal Imager