Monthly Archives: July 2011


The Taliban killed a pro-government tribal elder who was encouraging refugees to return to Tank. Security forces detained four Taliban fighters in Karachi.


The Taliban killed 10 policemen and a civilian in a suicide attack in Helmand and an ISAF soldier in the east. Police killed a Taliban leader in Jawzjan. Security forces killed and captured several Taliban commanders and fighters in Kandahar, Helmand, Khost, Paktia, Laghman, Faryab, and Takhar.


Insurgents assassinated the Director-General of Iraq’s Ministry of Higher Education & Scientific Research and killed his son in Baghdad. The Iraqi military wants to double the number of F-16s purchased from the US.


The US added Shabaab leaders Omar Hammami and Hassan Mahat Omar to the list of designated terrorists. Shabaab claimed it killed a US military officer who was training African Union forces in Mogadishu.


President Goodluck Jonathan has created a panel to negotiate with Boko Haram, the radical Islamist terror group behind multiple attacks, including suicide bombings. The panel will also ensure that security forces are acting with “professionalism.”


JORDAN: Pro-democracy demonstrators show little sign of letup


Islamists blamed for killing General Abdel Fattah Younes as Libya’s rebels face up to enemy within


Security forces killed 81 anti-regime protesters during an assault on the city of Hama. The military deployed tanks and artillery against civilians in the city, and have surrounded hospitals.


Taliban Thugs Raid Shops, Burns ‘Un-Islamic’ Clothing In Pakistan

Al Qaeda

White House Adviser says US Has 6 Months to ‘Knock Out’ Rattled Qaeda Leadership

Kashmiri faked death: Indian intelligence

“The indications are that Kashmiri intentionally floated the news of his death in a drone attack to avoid the heat following the killing of Bin Laden in Pakistan,” according to a report.