The Rendition Raids in Somalia and Libya

By William Tucker
Chief Corespondent for In Homeland Security

Executing a raid to capture a wanted fugitive in an overseas location, commonly known as rendition, is one of the most difficult operations that intelligence and military special operations can carry out. This was demonstrated over the past weekend as U.S. forces captured Anas al Libi in Libya and attempted to capture Ikrima in Somalia.

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Lack of Strong International Condemnation After Terrorists in Iraq Bomb School

Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security

In Baghdad, Iraq, on Sunday, 14 children and 14 people were murdered and over thirty wounded by a raging lunatic driving a truck full of explosives into an elementary school.

Who would kill themselves for some fraudulent holy war and massacre children of another faith?

…nothing? No group has taken responsibility yet.

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Global Islamic Extremists Waging War On Russian Federation

Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security

In Libya, Russia evacuated staff last Thursday after a coordinated Islamic mob/militia attack on their Tripoli embassy. The militants stormed the compound at a time when security was at one of its lowest; climbed over walls, broke down the gate, stole computers and equipment.

Two assailants were reported shot and killed in an exchange of fire by security.

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Iran’s Cyber-warfare Chief Found Dead

By William Tucker
Chief Corespondent for In Homeland Security

The Telegraph is reporting that Mojtaba Ahmadi, the reported head of Iran’s Cyber-War Headquarter’s, was found dead in a wooded area near the city of Karaj. This is early reporting and details have not been independently confirmed, though information found on the Facebook page belonging to the Officer’s of the Cyber War Headquarters seems to suggest that the name and position of the deceased are correct.

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Government Shutdown’s Impact on US Intelligence Services

Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security

“The damage [of the shutdown] will be insidious,” said Director of National Intelligence James Clapper in front of a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. “This is a dreamland for foreign intelligence services to recruit.”

“[It] seriously damages our ability to protect the safety and security of this nation.”

“Damage will accumulate over time.”

How big is the impact?

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Another Fearful Netanyahu Warning Against Iran

Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security

Presently Israel is afraid of a growing separation with the US- one that is in de facto transition from the special relationship that they had benefited from for so long. Iran, frankly is getting in the way.

The meeting between US Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif and the recent letter and then the phone call between the US and Iranian Presidents must have Netanyahu’s cabinet shrilling behind closed doors.

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