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Hakimullah "is Alive"

A video of Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud surfaced last Friday from what appeared to be an unidentified location. Geo News TV did the interview in which Meshud said the Taliban are winning the war. Earlier this year he was reportedly killed after a U.S drone attack, but Taliban leaders and Pakistani intelligence now say he is alive. The question now is whether this video was made before or after the US missile attack.

Tags: pentagon , Hakimullah Mehsud , Taliban , Pakistani

Monday - 05/03/2010, 08:11pm EDT

The U.S. sending Money to Pakistan

The United States plans give the Pakistani government $600 million to pay for military operations they've undertaken in the last 12 months. A pentagon spokesman says, "There has been some concern on the Pakistani's part about the rate at which they are reimbursed for Coalition Support Funds for their efforts in the war on terror on our behalf within their borders." The U.S. owes Pakistan about $2 billion dollars.

Tags: pentagon , Pakistan , J.J. Green

Friday - 04/30/2010, 11:59am EDT

Musharraf Returning to the Spotlight

Former Pakistani Military Ruler and then President Pervez Musharraf is said to be exploring a return to power in Pakistan. Musharraf has been living in London since he left office in 2007. He could face criminal charges if returns to the country. Pakistani sources say he's planning to move to Middle east shortly and launch a new political party. Pakistani political observers the former military ruler would face difficult circumstances if he tried to re-enter politics.

Tags: pentagon , MusharrafPakistan , London

Thursday - 04/29/2010, 10:52am EDT

DoD watching Iran and Hezbollah

Defense Secretary Robert Gates says he's satisfied with Pentagon planning to counter the threat posed by Iran's nuclear program. During a joint news conference at the Pentagon with Israeli defense minister Ehud Barak, Gates also said, "We are at a point now where Hezbollah has far more rockets and missiles than most governments in the world." Those weapons are a clear threat for Israel. Barak said Israel was closely watching Hezbollah.

Tags: pentagon , DoD , Iran , Hezbollah , Robert Gates , Ehud Barak , Israel

Wednesday - 04/28/2010, 11:53am EDT

Pentagon Disinvites Graham

Franklin Graham says the Army has withdrawn an invitation for him to appear at a special Pentagon prayer service. The Christian evangelist said he regrets the Army's decision but not stop praying for the troops. Graham, the son of legendary evangelist Billy Graham, has described Islam as evil in the past. The Military Religious Freedom Foundation raised the objection to the appearance, citing Graham's past remarks about Islam.

Tags: pentagon , Franklin Graham , Army , Military Religious Freedom Foundation , J.J. Green

Thursday - 04/22/2010, 08:06pm EDT

Man Convicted of Terrorist Financing

Abdul Tawala Ibn Ali Alishtari pleaded guilty in September to charges of terrorism financing and conspiracy to commit wire fraud. Judge Alvin Hellerstein sentenced him to 121 months, plus three years of supervised release. He faced up to 20 years behind bars. The Associated Press reports Alishtari was operating a phony loan investment program when he met the undercover agent. Prosecutors said he accepted an unspecified amount of money from the agent to transfer $152,500 he believed was being sent to Pakistan and Afghanistan to support a terrorist training camp. Alishtari, also known as Michael Mixon, thought the money would be used to buy night vision goggles, medical supplies and other equipment and advised the agent he had to be "three steps away" from the money so it could not be traced back to him. Defense attorneys had initially argued that Alishtari was more interested in potential profits from his loan business than in terrorism activity.

Tags: pentagon , Rerrorist , Abdul Tawala Ibn Ali Alishtari , Alvin Hellerstein , Michael Mixon , Pakistan , Afghanistan

Wednesday - 04/21/2010, 08:45pm EDT

Scaling back contractors

The top U.S. and NATO commander in Afghanistan said Friday that the coalition depends too much on private-sector contractors, and insisted his forces are keeping close watch on the flow of Taliban fighters who are training in Iran. Gen. Stanley McChrystal, during a four-day visit to France, said the coalition in Afghanistan has become too dependent on private contractors in the effort to stabilize the country.

Tags: pentagon , NATO , Afghanistan , Taliban , Stanley McChrystal , France

Monday - 04/19/2010, 11:13am EDT

Who will Strike First

Lt. General Ronal Burgess, director of the Defense Intelligence Agency said yesterday Iran could produce enough highly enriched uranium for a single nuclear bomb within a year. But is that their goal? A top Israeli military analyst says the jury is still out on what Iran is going to do with its nuclear program. Some have suggested even Iran doesn't know. One thing's for sure. The U.S. And Israel both have warned a military strike on Iran is not out of the question. The question is will it happen before Hezbollah and Hamas strike Israel as some experts warn.

Tags: pentagon , J.J. Green , Ronal Burgess , Defense Intelligence Agency , Israel , military

Monday - 04/19/2010, 11:08am EDT

Israel Bans the iPad

Israel has banned imports of Apple Inc.'s hottest new product, the iPad, citing concerns the powerful gadget consumes too much capacity on wireless networks and could disrupt other devices. According to the Associated Press, customs officials said Thursday they have already confiscated about 10 of the lightweight tablet computers since Israel announced the new regulations this week. The ban prevents anyone - even tourists - from bringing iPads into Israel until officials certify that they comply with local transmitter standards.

Tags: pentagon , Israel , Apple , iPad , Associated Press

Friday - 04/16/2010, 07:46pm EDT

Bakiyev Agrees to Resign

Kyrgyz President Kurmanbek Bakiyev says he's ready to resign. But Only under certain conditions is ready to resign if he and his kin and kith are granted security guarantees. "I will resign if they will ensure my and my relatives' security," he has told a news conference in Dzhalal-Abad. The interim government has refused to grant him immunity and warns that he would be detained if did not give up his calls for civil war.

Tags: pentagon , Bakiyev , Kyrgyz , Kurmanbek Kakiyev , J.J. Green

Wednesday - 04/14/2010, 12:01pm EDT
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