Monthly Archives: January 2007

Radio Appearance – Washington Post Radio

I am scheduled to be on Washington Post Radio at 1:30 pm Eastern today to discuss Iraq and the possibile Iranian Qods Force involvement in the Karbala attack, which resulted in the death of five U.S. soldiers. To listen online, visit Washinton Post Radio and click LISTEN LIVE.

United Kingdom

British police arrested 9 suspects in a terrorism plot which “involved abducting, videotaping and executing… a Muslim soldier in the British army.” The Telegraph said the beheading would have been broadcast live over the Internet. The soldier “has been placed under protective custody.”


A bomb killed a policeman north of the capital following several weeks of raids that detained over 30 Islamists. Abdur Rahman, Bangla Bhai and other JMB terrorists sentenced to hang ask for clemency.

Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, Osama bin Laden’s brother-in-law, killed in Madagascar

Mohammed Jamal Khalifa. (CBS Photo). Click photo to view. Khalifa had an extensive history in funding, plotting al Qaeda terrorist activities; Task Force 145 likely scored the kill Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, one of Osama bin Laden’s brother-in-laws with deep roots in al Qaeda as a financier and facilitator, has been killed in his bedroom in […]

Al Qaeda

Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, Osama bin Laden’s brother-in-law, who mined and traded precious stones in Madagascar, was found murdered his home. Khalifa’s more high profile terror activities included funding Abu Sayyaf and the Islamic Army of Aden, founding Benevolence International, and participating in the Operation Bojinka airline plot.