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Rumor has it that Al Qaida and the Taliban in Pakistan and Afghanistan are planning to combine resources and launch an all out battle against U.S. troops in that region. In this week's edition of The Hunt with Federal News Radio National Security Correspondent JJ Green; Mike Scheuer, the former head of the CIA's Osama Bin Laden unit, says there is actually something TO this rumor.
The Pentagon is teaming with the Office of Personnel Management for a review of the National Security Personnel System. Deputy Defense Secretary William Lynn and OPM's new director, John Berry, will ask the Defense Review Board to set up a task force to look at NSPS. DoD has held off on converting military organizations to the new pay system pending the review. NSPS currently covers more than 200 thousand Pentagon staffers. I'm Max Cacas.
Teaching Hamas a lesson?
No one and I mean no one is talking aloud about this, but influential Palestinian sources say they secretly hope the Israelis teach Hamas a lesson.