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Taliban gunmen attack military-run school in northwest Pakistan


These Muslims are such cowards! Attacking a school and killing innocent children; how despicable can a people be! This is proof yet again that these radical Muslims, of which there are well over 100 million in the world today, need to be exterminated like the vermin that they are. TGO

Refer to story below. Source: Reuters

Reuters

By Jibran Ahmad

Kids

PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) – At least 126 people, most of them children, were killed on Tuesday when Taliban gunmen stormed a school in the Pakistani city of Peshawar, taking hundreds of students hostage in the bloodiest insurgent attack in the country in years.

Troops surrounded the building and an operation was underway to rescue children still trapped inside, the army said.

Hours into the siege, three explosions were heard inside the military-run high school, and a Reuters journalist at the scene said he heard heavy gunfire.

Outside, as helicopters rumbled overhead, police struggled to hold back distraught parents who were trying to break past a security cordon and get into the school.

Bahramand Khan, director of information for the regional Chief Minister’s Secretariat, said at least 126 people were killed and 122 wounded.

“It may rise,” he said, adding that more than 100 of the dead were school children. A local hospital said the dead and wounded it had seen were aged between 10 and 20 years old.

The hardline Islamist Taliban movement immediately claimed responsibility.

“We selected the army’s school for the attack because the government is targeting our families and females,” said Taliban spokesman Muhammad Umar Khorasani. “We want them to feel the pain.”

It was not clear whether some or all of the children were killed by gunmen, suicide bombs or in the ensuing battle with Pakistani security forces trying to gain control of the building.

HOSTAGES STILL INSIDE

An unspecified number of children were still being held hostage in the school, a provincial official said, speaking some three hours after the siege began.

The Pakistani Taliban, who are fighting to topple the government and set up a strict Islamic state, have vowed to step up attacks in response to a major army operation against the insurgents in the tribal areas.

They have targeted security forces, checkpoints, military bases and airports, but attacks on civilian targets with no logistical significance are relatively rare.

In September, 2013, dozens of people, including many children, were killed in an attack on a church, also in Peshawar, a sprawling and violent city near the Afghan border.

With the rescue operation under way, the situation remained fluid, with contradictory reports about what was happening inside the school and witness accounts difficult to come by.

“An army doctor was visiting us teaching us about first aid when attackers came from behind our school and started firing,” one student told Pakistan’s Dunya Television.

“Our teachers locked the door and we ducked on the floor, but they (militants) broke down the door. Initially they fired in the air and later started killing the students, but left the hall suddenly.

“The attackers had long beards, wore shalwar kameez (traditional baggy clothes) and spoke Arabic.”

The army said five Taliban militants had been killed and that they were searching for any remaining gunmen. The Taliban had earlier said they had sent six insurgents with suicide vests to attack the school.

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif condemned the attack and said he was on his way to Peshawar.

“I can’t stay back in Islamabad. This is a national tragedy unleashed by savages. These were my kids,” he said in a statement.

“This is my loss. This is the nation’s loss. I am leaving for Peshawar now and I will supervise this operation myself.”

Military officials at the scene said at least six armed men had entered the military-run Army Public School. About 500 students and teachers were believed to be inside.

“We were standing outside the school and firing suddenly started and there was chaos everywhere and the screams of children and teachers,” said Jamshed Khan, a school bus driver.

(Additional reporting by Mehreen Zahra-Malik and Syed Raza Hassan in Islamabad and Saud Mehsud in Dera Ismail Khan and Amjad Ali; Writing by Katharine Houreld and Maria Golovnina; Editing by Mike Collett-White)

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Locked away for 17 months, accused Boston Marathon bomber set to emerge in court this week


I know that what I am about to state isn’t going to be very popular with many of you out there, especially you ultra-liberal types, but in my opinion when an individual or individuals commit an act of terrorism on the United States, they have basically given up their right/s to a fair trial and instead get no trial at all. This would apply to U.S. citizens as well. The time has come to amend the Constitution to reflect the world as we know it today.

This is a clear cut case. There is no question that this individual was complicit on the attack in Boston. He cost the city of Boston and state of Massachusetts tens of millions of dollars. More importantly, he is responsible for the death of American citizens and the maiming of countless others. He should be terminated; lethal injection, firing squad, electric chair; whatever… He has already lived far more than he deserved.

By the way, it is disgrace to this country that his brother is buried in U.S. soil! TGO

Refer to story below. Source: Yahoo News

Court records offer glimpse into Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s life in near-solitary confinement

Holly Bailey

Yahoo News
The Federal Medical Center (FMC) Devens, where accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (inset) is being held.

He spends most of his days in “nearly total isolation,” according to his attorneys, locked behind a heavy steel door in a tiny cell in the most restricted wing at Fort Devens medical prison 40 miles outside Boston.

His only visitors have been members of his legal team and his two older sisters — though the sisters have come to see him only a handful of times and always under the observation of an FBI agent. He has not been allowed to mingle with or talk to any other inmates — either verbally or through notes. His only other regular contact has been with prison personnel, who slide meals through a slot within a thick glass observation window in a corner of his cell door.

The closest Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has come to experiencing the world beyond his cell in more than 500 days has been through “very limited access to a small outdoor enclosure,” according to court records. And that’s only “on weekdays, weather permitting.” But that will soon change.

Tsarnaev, the surviving suspect in the April 2013 Boston Marathon bombings, is scheduled to appear in a federal courtroom in Boston this week. His attorneys have informed prosecutors with the U.S. attorney’s office in Boston that he’ll attend a Dec. 18 status hearing in the bombing case — the last before his highly anticipated trial, which is set to begin Jan. 5.

The hearing will mark the first time Tsarnaev has been seen in public since July 2013, when he was formally charged with helping to plot and carry out two bombings near the marathon’s finish line. Three people were killed and several hundred more injured in the attack, which Tsarnaev is accused of having committed with his older brother, Tamerlan, who was killed in a confrontation with police four days after the bombings. The brothers are also accused of shooting and killing a Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer while on the run from police. Tsarnaev, who has pleaded not guilty in the case, faces the death penalty if convicted.

Tsarnaev’s appearance will undoubtedly renew public interest in the bombings, which are still shrouded in mystery. Nearly two years after the attacks, the public has gained little insight into how and why the Tsarnaev brothers allegedly came to commit such a terrible crime — or whether others knew or were involved. An FBI agent involved in the investigation testified under oath during an October trial of a Tsarnaev associate that investigators still did not know where the two bombs had been built.

Another major unknown is exactly how Tsarnaev’s attorneys plan to defend their client in the face of what appears to be overwhelming evidence linking him to the attacks. Prosecutors are expected to present previously unseen surveillance video of Tsarnaev and his brother near the marathon’s finish line. Footage reportedly shows Tsarnaev dropping a backpack on the ground near Martin Richard, an 8-year-old Boston boy who was killed by the second blast, moments before the bomb went off.

Tsarnaev’s attorneys have resisted revealing too much of their strategy — even fighting to delay their list of witnesses until the last possible moment. (The latest deadline is Dec. 29 — a week before jury selection is scheduled to begin.) But court records have suggested that Dzhokhar’s legal team plans to paint Tamerlan Tsarnaev as the mastermind of the attacks and cast their own client as someone from an intensely troubled family who was unduly influenced by his older brother.

Yet it’s unclear if Tsarnaev is participating in or approves of that line of argument — or how much help his attorneys are receiving from him or his family for his defense. In August, Ailina Tsarnaeva, one of the suspect’s older sisters, who is facing legal problems of her own, told a Boston reporter, “My brothers were framed. Everybody knows that.”

The public may get a glimpse of how the 21-year-old suspect views his defense at his court appearance Thursday. While Tsarnaev is not required to attend the Dec. 18 hearing, prosecutors with the U.S. attorney’s office in Boston, who are handling the case, specifically requested that he attend. They argued it would be his last opportunity to state whether he has any problems with his case or attorneys before the trial formally begins — and they say his concerns should be raised now, as opposed to on appeal.

One of the enduring mysteries in the case is Tsarnaev himself. Many of his friends and former teachers have struggled to reconcile the popular teenager they knew with someone who allegedly committed such a terrible crime. And little has been revealed about Tsarnaev in the 20 months since he was captured, hiding and wounded by gunfire, in the back of a boat in the Boston suburbs four days after the bombings.

Shortly after his arrest, a federal judge imposed a gag order, restricting what could be released about the evidence in the case and about the suspect. But some details about Tsarnaev’s life behind bars have emerged, mostly in the hundreds of pages of court filings exchanged between federal prosecutors and his attorneys in advance of the January trial.

In court 17 months ago, Tsarnaev, then just 19, appeared fidgety and spoke with a distinct foreign accent that some of his closest friends from high school, who attended the hearing, said he had never used before. His left arm was bandaged, and the left side of his face appeared swollen and slightly frozen — evidence of the injuries he’d apparently sustained when being taken into custody by police roughly three months earlier. Even from the back of the room, reporters could see a large scar on his throat. Subsequent court filings have detailed how badly injured Tsarnaev was. In a filing from last May, his attorneys wrote that he arrived at Boston’s Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in “critical condition … with gunshot wounds to his head, face, throat, jaw, left hand and both legs.” Within minutes of arrival, Tsarnaev’s “mental status suddenly declined,” and doctors had to perform an emergency tracheotomy to keep him alive, according to the filing. One of the shots had fractured the base of Tsarnaev’s skull, and his attorneys, citing hospital records, said another gunshot “likely caused traumatic brain injury… Damage to the cranial nerves required his left eye be sutured shut; his jaw was wired closed and injures to his left ear left him unable to hear on that side.”

Tsarnaev’s defense team cited the injuries in an effort to suppress written statements, including an apparent confession, that he made to FBI agents before he was read his Miranda rights. (He was unable to physically speak because of the intubation.) But federal prosecutors had previously said in court records they don’t plan to use the statements he made at the hospital during the trial — raising the question of whether his defense team is laying the groundwork to use his health or mental state as a way of potentially saving him from the death penalty.

It is unclear how much Tsarnaev has recovered from his injuries or whether he continues to be under medical care. Miriam Conrad, a federal public defender in Boston who is one of the attorneys representing him, declined to comment on the case when contacted by Yahoo News. Mary Long, a public information officer at Fort Devens, also declined to comment on Tsarnaev.

Long and other Bureau of Prisons officials say they are limited in what they can say about Tsarnaev because he is being held under “Special Administrative Measures,” known as SAMs. These measures allow the attorney general to enact special restrictions on prisoners whom the government considers to be a significant risk, and in the aftermath of 9/11, they’ve mainly been applied to terrorism suspects.

Attorney General Eric Holder ordered the restrictions placed on Tsarnaev in late August 2013 — more than four months after his arrest — describing him as a danger to society. The memo, personally initialed by Holder, said Tsarnaev had “reaffirmed his commitment to jihad” during his initial interrogation by the FBI and “expressed hope that his actions would inspire others to engage in violent jihad.” It also cited his “widespread notoriety,” pointing to the fact he’d received nearly 1,000 pieces of unsolicited mail.

Tsarnaev’s attorneys, in an October 2013 filing pushing to lift the restrictions, pointed out that most of the letters were from individuals who had written him urging him to convert to Christianity and that the bombing suspect had not replied to any of the correspondence. And they questioned why the government had waited months to implement the restrictions, even though Tsarnaev had been a model prisoner.

Under the rules, Tsarnaev is allowed to write one letter — three pages, double sided — and to make one phone call per calendar week to his immediate family. His letters are read, and the calls are recorded by federal officials. Under the rules, his family is not allowed to speak about what he tells them. The calls also cannot be recorded by his family.

Tsarnaev is barred from speaking to the media, “in person; by telephone; by furnishing a recorded message; through the mail; his attorney, or a third party; or otherwise,” according to Holder’s memo. He is allowed to watch television and listen to the radio — but his cell at Fort Devens does not offer either. If he reads newspapers or magazines, they are first stripped of letters to the editor, ads or any other elements that could be used to pass coded messages. He has access to books — but the prison is not allowed to say what he reads.

Court records show that Justice Department officials have seemed particularly concerned with Tsarnaev’s communications with his family. In ordering the restrictions, Holder pointed to a May 2013 phone call Tsarnaev made to his mother in Dagestan, Russia, which she recorded and played for reporters. In the call, Tsarnaev, who was speaking in Russian, told his mother that he was “not in pain” and that supporters had deposited $1,000 into his prison commissary account. The call, Holder wrote, was “an apparent effort to engender sympathy” for the bombing suspect.

The government has refused to allow Tsarnaev to see his sisters without an FBI agent in the room — even when one of the suspect’s attorneys is present and it is for his legal defense. In recent months, Tsarnaev’s attorneys have pushed for the restrictions to be loosened, arguing it is hampering their ability to mount a defense with the help of his family. But the prosecutors have refused to let up.

In February, prosecutors said an FBI agent overheard Tsarnaev make a “statement to his detriment” during one visit with his sister — though they did not specify exactly what was said. The government mentioned the incident in a court filing arguing against relaxing restrictions on Tsarnaev’s ability to meet with his family privately, suggesting it was a security risk. His defense team pushed back on the allegation, saying the government had distorted the remark and that the SAMs prevented them from specifically refuting what their client had said.

Later in the spring, the government again refused to loosen the restrictions, according to Tsarnaev’s attorneys, because prosecutors said his mother, during a phone call with her son that was monitored by the FBI, made reference to “unspecified friends of his brother Tamerlan” being present during the call. His attorneys called the complaints “unfounded, generic speculation” and “paper-thin concerns about security” intended to frighten the public about their client.

But the restrictions have remained in place, leaving little more than snippets of court records to indicate how Tsarnaev has spent the last 17 months behind prison walls. This week in a Boston courtroom, the public will be able to judge for itself.

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15,000 join anti-Islam protest in eastern Germany


There’s no question that Germans can be a bit extreme; can anyone say Nazis? But, speaking of extremism, no group of people is worse, in every conceivable way, than Muslims. If European countries don’t get their act together (as East Germany seems to be doing) there will soon be calls for prayer across every major city in England, Spain and Sweden; among others… TGO

Refer to story below. Source: Associated Press

AFP

Supporters of the "Patriotische Europaeer Gegen die Islamisierung des Abendlandes" movement, which translates to "Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamification of the Occident," take part in a rally in Dresden, Germany on December 15, 2014

Dresden (Germany) (AFP) – A record 15,000 people marched Monday in eastern Germany against “asylum cheats” and the country’s “Islamisation” in the latest show of strength of a growing far-right populist movement.

Chancellor Angela Merkel earlier cautioned Germans against falling prey to xenophobic “rabble-rousing”, reacting to the nascent movement called “Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the Occident” or PEGIDA.

“The people are with us!,” the group’s founder Lutz Bachmann shouted at the crowd, celebrating a 50-percent rise in attendance since their last “Monday demonstration” in a series of rallies that started only in October.

“Everywhere now, in every news rag, on every senseless talkshow, they are debating, and the most important thing is: the politicians can no longer ignore us!” Bachmann told the mass of people, many waving the black-red-gold national flag.

“We have shown by taking another ‘little stroll’, and by growing in numbers, that we’re on the right path, and that slowly, very slowly, something is beginning to change in this country,” Bachmann bellowed to loud cheers.

- ‘We are the people’ -

Since the protests have rapidly grown in size and spawned smaller clones in half a dozen cities, a debate about immigration and refugees has gripped Germany, a country whose Nazi past makes expressions of xenophobia especially troubling.

Politicians have been stunned by the emergence in the city of Dresden of the nationalists who march against what they consider a broken immigration and asylum system and who vent deep anger at the political class and mainstream media.

The demonstrations have flared at a time when Germany, Europe’s biggest economy, has become the continent’s top destination for asylum seekers, and the world’s number two destination for migrants after the United States.

The influx of refugees from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and several African and Balkan countries has strained local governments, which have scrambled to house the newcomers in old schools, office blocks and army barracks.

One demonstrator, Michael Stuerzenberger, said he does not oppose asylum for refugees but asserted that “70 percent of people claiming political asylum here are economic refugees. We don’t want to stay silent about this anymore.”

“We don’t want a flood of asylum seekers, we don’t want Islamisation. We want to keep our country with our values. Is that so terrible? Does that make us Nazis? Is it a crime to be a patriot?”

While several known neo-Nazis have been spotted in the PEGIDA crowds, the rallies have been dominated not by jackbooted men with shorn heads but by disenchanted citizens who voice a string of grievances.

“We are the people,” they chanted, co-opting the phrase famously shouted a quarter-century ago by East German pro-democracy protesters here in the lead-up to the fall of the Berlin Wall.

- ‘Repugnant and abhorrent’ -

Justice Minister Heiko Maas said the marches “bring shame” on the country, and that Germany is experiencing an “escalation of agitation against immigrants and refugees”, a trend he labelled “repugnant and abhorrent”.

The leader of the Central Council of Muslims in Germany, Aiman Mazyek, warned that PEGIDA could split German society and that their use of the chant “we are the people” sought to divide “you, the bad Muslims, and us, the good Germans”.

Speaking with AFP, he also blamed politicians and the media for mainly speaking about Islam and Muslims “in the context of security, threats and danger” in recent years.

More than 1,200 police kept a close watch on the non-violent crowd and on about 6,000 counter-protesters nearby marching under the banners “Dresden Nazi-free” and “Dresden for All”, organised by civic, political and church groups.

Most protesters claimed they are not neo-Nazis, just patriots.

“To call these people sick with fear, Islamophobic, is outrageous,” said an Austrian protester, Lana Gabriel, in her 40s. “They are not far-right. They just love the country and its traditions.”

Several conservative politicians have argued the government must “listen” to the people’s concerns about immigration, while the small anti-euro AfD party has openly sympathised with PEGIDA, saying its message has struck a chord.

Polls suggest the eurosceptic party has found a new campaign issue.

A survey for news website Zeit Online showed that nearly half of all Germans — 49 percent — sympathised with PEGIDA’s stated concerns and 30 percent indicated they “fully” backed the protests’ aims.

Almost three in four — 73 percent — said they worried that “radical Islam” was gaining ground and 59 percent said Germany accepted too many asylum seekers.

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Dark Matter Signal May Have Been Found In Mysterious X-Ray Data


Science continues to make advances, seemingly at a geometric rate. Meanwhile, religious fanatics continue to believe in books littered with fairy tales; the Bible, the Koran, the Book of Mormon…Will mankind ever become truly civilized and leave behind their barbaric past? TGO

Refer to story below. Source: The Huffington Post

Posted: 12/13/2014 10:05 am EST Updated: 12/13/2014 2:59 pm EST
DARK MATTER SIGNAL
After a decades-long search, astronomers may finally have found the first sign of dark matter. That’s the invisible substance that scientists believe makes up the bulk of our universe, since visible matter accounts for only about 20 percent of our universe’s mass.

While scientists can observe dark matter indirectly by looking at its gravitational effects on visible matter, they have struggled to come up with tangible evidence that proves the stuff exists–until now.

This week, a team of researchers from Switzerland and the Netherlands announced that they may have detected the signal of decaying dark matter particles.

For the research, the team analyzed the x-rays emitted from two celestial objects: the Perseus galaxy cluster, an array of galaxies located approximately 250 million light years from Earth, and our “sister” galaxy Andromeda, which is approximately 2.5 million light years away. The researchers looked at data collected by the European Space Agency’s XMM-Newton telescope and spotted a mysterious “anomaly” that could not have been emitted by any known atom or particle.

The same strange x-ray spike was also detected by a research team at Harvard in June, who announced they had spotted the emission in data from 70 different galaxy clusters.

“This tiny (several hundred extra photons) excess has been interpreted as originating from very rare decays of dark matter particles,” Dr. Alexey Boyarsky, a professor of physics at Leiden University in the Netherlands and the lead researcher for the new study, told The Huffington Post in an email. “Although the signal is very weak, it has passed several ‘sanity checks’ that one expects from a decaying dark matter signal.”

For instance, the researchers say the signal was more concentrated in the center and weak at the edges of Andromeda and the Perseus cluster, which corresponds to what they expected. Boyarsky added that the team has now found a signal at the same wave length coming from our own galaxy, the Milky Way.

Boyarsky and his team believe the signal comes from the decay of a dark matter particle, possibly a “sterile neutrino,” which is a hypothetical particle believed to be 1/100th the size of an electron.

“Confirmation of this discovery may lead to construction of new telescopes specially designed for studying the signals from dark matter particles,” Boyarsky said in a written statement. “We will know where to look in order to trace dark structures in space and will be able to reconstruct how the Universe has formed.”

The research is scheduled to be published next week in the journal Physical Review Letters. A pre-printed version of the article can be found here.

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Islamic State storms town in western Iraq, kills 19 police: officials


Sometimes I wonder what is the best way to approach the problems in the Middle East, given the continuous killing that goes on in the region as a result of religious fanaticism? Is the best approach to leave these people to fend for themselves and just let things happen, or should the United States continue to intervene time and time again? I’d be interested in hearing commentary on this from readers of this post. TGO

Refer to story below. Source: Reuters

Reuters
BAGHDAD (Reuters) – Islamic State fighters stormed a town in Iraq’s western Anbar province on Saturday, killing at least 19 policemen and trapping others inside their headquarters, in the latest attack in the desert region where it controls large amounts of territory, officials said.

Islamic State seized the town of al-Wafa, 45 km (27 miles) west of Anbar’s capital Ramadi on Saturday after starting its assault early on Friday.

With the capture of al-Wafa, Islamic State now controls three major towns to the west of Ramadi, including Hit and Kubaisa. Islamic State and government forces have been bogged down in a months-long battle for Ramadi.

Al-Wafa fell in a surprise attack that drew fresh attention to the Iraqi government’s struggle to arm Sunni tribes in western Iraq who are fighting Islamic State.

“Police forces have been fighting Islamic State fighters since Friday, but lack of ammunition forced it to retreat and losing the town. I’m frustrated because we were left alone without support,” said Hussain Kassar, the town’s mayor.

Police forces backed by few members of government-paid Sunni tribal fighters tried to prevent the militants from crossing the sand barrier surrounding the town, but were overwhelmed when sleeper cells from inside open fired on them, the mayor and a police officer said.

Police forces and the pro-government Sunni fighters were forced to retreat to a nearby police-brigade headquarters bordering their town.

“We are trapped inside the police 18th brigade. Islamic State managed to surround us today. If no government forces were sent to help us then we will be exterminated,” the mayor, who was with the police forces that withdrew from al-Wafa, said by telephone.

Elsewhere in western Anbar, Islamic State militants executed at least 21 Sunni tribal fighters on Friday after capturing them near al-Baghdadi town on Wednesday, local officials and tribesmen said on Saturday. Islamic State has besieged al-Baghdadi, also to the west of Ramadi, since October.

All the bodies had bullet wounds to the head and chest and were dumped inside an orchard near the Islamic-State controlled town of Kubaisa.

The radical Sunni Muslim militants have captured swathes of western and northern Iraq, including the north’s biggest city, Mosul, in June. They now hold large territory from western Anbar and Nineveh provinces that extends across the border into Syria.

(Reporting by Ahmed Rasheed, editing by Ned Parker, Larry King)

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Islamic State suicide bomber detonates tank in eastern Syria


KABOOM! Another indoctrinated rag-head blows himself up; brilliant! Muslim women keep pumping out babies every nine months just so they can have their brains turned into mud by their idiotic faith. Then they can grow up and become terrorists. Isn’t Islam a “wonderful” and peaceful faith? TGO

Refer to story below. Source: Reuters

Reuters

BEIRUT (Reuters) – An Islamic State suicide bomber detonated a tank at a Syrian air base in the province of Deir al-Zor, one of the last remaining government strongholds in eastern Syria, jihadist social media and a monitoring group said on Friday.

One Islamic State Twitter account published two photos of a smiling man it named Abu al-Farouq al-Libi, who it said carried out the “suicide operation”.

The al Qaeda offshoot Islamic State has been gradually consolidating control of the oil-producing Deir al-Zor region this year. President Bashar al-Assad’s forces have held on to the local military air base and parts of the provincial capital.

On Dec. 6, militants entered the base but were swiftly repelled. Deir al-Zor borders territories in Iraq are also controlled by Islamic State. The province’s oilfields are a source of revenue for the group.

Syria’s state news agency SANA said the army had pursued Islamic State fighters in the area around Deir al-Zor base and killed many.

The British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said The tank blew up on the outskirts of the base. It gave no details of casualties or other damage. After the blast, clashes took place on Friday morning, it added.

Islamic State has been under pressure from U.S. air strikes in Syria since September, but that has not stopped it from launching attacks on Assad’s forces and rival rebels.

(Reporting by Oliver Holmes; Editing by Angus MacSwan)

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Pat Condell: It’s good to be anti-Islam


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Pope Francis: “God has bestowed on me a healthy dose of unawareness”


Yeah, yeah… God has really bestowed a great deal on you Mr. Francis. After all, what could be “greater” than being the front man for arguably the most corrupt organization in the history of mankind; certainly Christianity! Yeap, God has certainly been good to you. Unfortunately, there have been millions upon millions of individuals throughout the history of the Catholic Church who have suffered greatly – you know, the Inquisition. Not to mention countless children and young men and women who have lost their innocence to Catholic clergy. And while we’re on the subject, lets not forget the trillions of dollars taken in throughout the centuries at the expense of those you have conned into believing the superstitious nonsense your bogus organization preaches. What hypocrisy! TGO

Refer to story below. Source: lanacion.com

lanacion.com

ROME.- “God is good to me, he has bestowed on me a healthy dose of unawareness. I just do what I have to do. From the start I said to myself, ‘Jorge, don´t change, just keep on being yourself, because to change at your age would be to make a fool of yourself'”.

These are some of the things Pope Francis said, as spontaneous as ever, during the exclusive interview with the argentine newspaper LA NACION almost 21 months after he was elected Pope.

Though he certainly does not look it, the former archbishop of Buenos Aires will be 78 next December 17. He said the reform of the Roman Curia will not be ready next year, as had been initially anticipated. He also admitted that ¨there still is a long way to go” to complete the cleansing work in the Vatican and spoke very naturally about the resistance he faces, which he said does not worry him.

“Certain resistance has surfaced; I think it´s a good sign when things are discussed openly and not secretly if people don´t agree. It´s good to discuss things openly, it´s healthy”, he said in a 50 minute interview last Thursday, in suite 201 of the second floor of casa Santa Martha, in the Vatican, his home ever since he ascended to the throne of St. Peter on March 13, 2013.

In spite of his very busy day, with appointments and audiences from early morning hours, Francis (who has not lost his accent or his typical Buenos Aires ways) was friendly, in a good mood and laid back.

He did not dodge any sensitive issue, such as the controversies of the extraordinary Synod of Bishops on the family which took place last October. This General Assembly allowed in-house divisions to surface -differences in opinion about how to face certain challenges, such as the issue of catholics who have divorced and remarried, who the Pope defined as “excommunicated in fact”. “The German Cardinal Walter Kasper said we should look for hypothesis, that is, he paved the way. And some people got frightened”, he explained.

I wonder about ourselves, what is it that we ourselves do, what is within the Church that makes the faithful unhappy? It´s that people don´t feel we are close enough, it´s clericalism

To reassure those who think the synod created confusion, the Pope insisted that the synod “is a process” and that “the doctrine of the Church on marriage was not addressed at all”. “I am not afraid of walking the synod road (synod comes from the Greek “syn”, “odos” walk together) because that is the path that God expects us to walk. Indeed, the Pope is the ultimate guarantor”, he said.

As to the huge number of Argentines that fly to Rome and overflood the city in the hope of having a photo taken with him, he confirmed that, in view of next year´s elections, he has decided not receive any more politicians in private and only to receive them at the end of general Wednesday audiences at Saint Peter´s square.

“Argentina has to complete its presidential term peacefully. A fracture of the democratic system, of the Constitution, at this point would be a mistake. Everybody has to cooperate and elect the new authorities. I do not want to interfere in that process, that is why I am not receiving any more politicians in private audiences¨, he said. Furthermore, he confirmed he will not be travelling to Argentina in July, 2016 for the Eucharistic Congress in Tucumán because it is very close to World Youth Day, to be held in Poland. He does, however, intend visit Argentina that same year at another time. He revealed that he will be travelling to another three Latin American countries in 2015 (which he preferred not to mention) and, for the first time, to Africa.

He also assured that the IOR, the Institute for Religious Works (also called the Vatican Bank), which was reformed by him after having been for decades the center of accusations and suspicions of money laundering and mafia involvement, “is working very well”. And said that the “spiritual reform, the reform of the heart” is what really concerns him right now.

Francis gave this exclusive interview to LA NACION a few days before a key date: December 12, the day of the festivities of the Virgin of Guadalupe, the patroness of Latin America, during which he will say mass at Saint Peter´s Basilica and during which Argentine musicians will interpret Misa Criolla, composed by Ariel Ramírez 50 years ago. The author´s son, Facundo Ramírez, and the singer Patricia Sosa will be performing together with a Roman choir.

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Scientists re-create what may be life’s first spark


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Refer to story below. Source: Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) — Scientists in a lab used a powerful laser to re-create what might have been the original spark of life on Earth.

The researchers zapped clay and a chemical soup with the laser to simulate the energy of a speeding asteroid smashing into the planet. They ended up creating what can be considered crucial pieces of the building blocks of life.

The findings do not prove that this is how life started on Earth about 4 billion years ago, and some scientists were unimpressed with the results. But the experiment does bolster the long-held theory.

“These findings suggest that the emergence of terrestrial life is not the result of an accident but a direct consequence of the conditions on the primordial Earth and its surroundings,” the researchers concluded in the study published Monday in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

The laser-zapping produced all four chemical bases needed to make RNA, a simpler relative of DNA, the blueprint of life. From these bases, there are many still-mysterious steps that must happen for life to emerge. But this is a potential starting point in that process.

Scientists have been able to make these RNA bases other ways, using chemical mixes and pressure, but this is the first experiment to test the theory that the energy from a space crash could trigger the crucial chemical reaction, said lead author Svatopluk Civis of the Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry in Prague.

Civis said the scientists used a laser almost 500 feet long that for a fraction of a second zapped the chemical soup with an invisible beam. The power was so intense and concentrated that Civis said that for less than a billionth of a second, it was equivalent to the output of a couple of nuclear power plants. It produced what would be around a billion kilowatts of energy for that sliver of time over a fraction of an inch, generating heat of more than 7,600 degrees Fahrenheit, the researchers said.

Some of the earliest life on Earth seemed to coincide with a period called the Late Heavy Bombardment, when the solar system’s asteroid belt was bigger and stray space rocks hit our planet more often, said study co-author David Nesvorny, a planetary scientist at the Southwest Research Institute in Colorado.

At the time, asteroids were bombarding Earth 10 times more frequently than before or after.

Outside experts were divided about the importance of the experiment.

Steve Benner, a prominent biological chemist at the Foundation for Applied Molecular Evolution in Florida, said it is quite relevant because it produced the starting material that would have been around in an early Earth.

But John Sutherland of the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge, England, said the amount produced of one base was so small that the results don’t seem relevant. Other researchers also downplayed the work.

An alternative theory of early life on Earth says that microbes arrived here from space aboard a comet or an asteroid — a sort of seed theory of life. Civis’ work bolsters what would instead be a fire theory of life. It is a theory of both creation and destruction.

For this whole chemical reaction to work, the extreme energy from the asteroid collision would have had to break down molecules into less-complex chemicals, which then could re-form into the more vital combinations. The type of asteroid impact that might have sparked this process also snuffed out the dinosaurs billions of years later, Nesvorny said.

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Seth Borenstein can be followed at http://twitter.com/borenbears

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Islamic State executes Shi’ite militia fighters north of Baghdad


These assassins execute people as if they were killing cockroaches. They have no compassion for human life. This is what Islam, and that revolting book known as the Koran, does to weak-minded individuals. It really is a shame that all of the so-called “holy books,” which have done more harm than all other human inventions combined, cannot be destroyed forever. TGO

Refer to story below. Source: Reuters

Reuters

BAGHDAD (Reuters) – Islamic State fighters executed 12 Shi’ite militiamen north of Baghdad after heavy fighting for control of a rural village, security sources said on Sunday.

Army and police officials said Iraqi security forces and the Shi’ite militia fighters launched an attack on Friday against Islamic State militants on Tal al-Thahab, near the town of Balad, 80km (50 miles) north of the Iraqi capital.

They managed to drive the militants from their base in Tal al-Thahab police station on Friday, but hours later the Islamic State fighters returned and surrounded it, trapping dozens of security forces and militiamen inside.

“Supporting troops with cover from army helicopter reached the area and managed to break the siege. We have confirmation from our sources that 12 volunteer fighters were executed on Saturday by terrorists,” said an army intelligence officer on condition of anonymity.

Balad’s mayor, Amir Abdul Hadi, confirmed that some of the Shi’ite militiamen were executed by Islamic State near Balad and others were missing after Friday’s battle, but said he did not have details. Officials said 10 militiamen were missing.

Sources at Balad hospital said they had received at least six bodies of militia fighters believed to have been killed in the first wave of fighting on Friday.

Balad, which houses a shrine to a revered Shi’ite imam, is one of several towns north of Baghdad which has seen heavy fighting between Islamic State fighters, who control large parts of north and west Iraq, and Iraqi security forces and pro-government Shi’ite militia.

Security and local officials said more Shi’ite militia fighters were gathering in Balad to try to drive out Islamic State militants from areas surrounding the town.

“We have asked the residents to stock food and basic material to prepare for an imminent military operation against the terrorists around Balad,” one official said.

In the town of Tarmiya, between Balad and Baghdad, militants detonated a car bomb overnight at a security checkpoint before attacking with guns. Five police and three civilians were killed, security and medical sources said.

(Reporting by Ahmed Rasheed; Editing by Dominic Evans)

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Shocking news: Electric eels exert remote control over prey


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Refer to story below. Source: Reuters

Reuters

Eel

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Electric eels, those perilous predators of South America, can unleash a potent electrical jolt to wallop their hapless prey. But this zap is not used merely to stun other fish.

A new study shows that the eels use it to exert a form of remote control over their victims, causing fish that may be hiding to twitch, thus exposing their location, or inducing involuntary muscle contraction to incapacitate their prey.

“Apparently, eels invented the Taser long before humans,” said biologist Kenneth Catania of Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, who conducted the research published on Thursday in the journal Science.

The study reveals precisely what an eel’s zap does to its victim. In laboratory experiments, Catania showed how the electrical discharges remotely activate the prey’s neurons, or nerve cells, that control the muscles.

While hunting, the eels periodically give off two high-voltage pulses separated by a 2 millisecond pause, causing a massive involuntary twitch in nearby hidden prey, the study found. The eels, highly sensitive to water movements, can detect motion caused by the twitch, learning the other fish’s location.

The eel then delivers a full blast of a longer, high-voltage shock to immobilize the prey through involuntary muscle contraction – much like a Taser – enabling easy capture.

“I have spent much of my career examining extreme animal adaptations and abilities. I have seen a lot of interesting stuff, but the eel’s abilities are astounding, perhaps the most amazing thing I have ever observed,” Catania said.

“After all, they can generate hundreds of volts – that by itself is incredible. But to use that ability to essentially reach into another animal’s nervous system and activate their muscles is a pretty good trick,” Catania added.

Electric eels, with serpentine bodies and flattened heads, can reach lengths of 6 to 8 feet (1.8 to 2.5 meters), prowling the Amazon and Orinoco river basins. They possess electric organs with specialized cells called electrocytes that serve as biological batteries and can generate an electric discharge of up to 600 volts to subdue prey or defend against predators.

“Although they are not known to kill people, they are capable of incapacitating humans, horses and obviously fish during their electric discharge,” Catania said.

Catania said the eels also use electricity in a third way, periodically giving off a low-voltage pulse that seems to work as sort of a radar system for navigating dark and murky water.

(Reporting by Will Dunham; Editing by Sandra Maler)

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