Sunday, July 15, 2007


"Mohammed al-Ghabra, a 27-year-old Syrian who has been given British citizenship, is said by security sources to have arranged for the leader of the failed 21/7 London suicide attacks to travel to Pakistan for terrorist training..." Al-Ghabra is at liberty and living in east London. He "lives with his mother and sister in a maisonette in a cul-de-sac in Forest Gate." - Fixer for 21/7 plot free in London

"Forbes magazine reported this weekend that the exiled Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky is facing an indictment for money laundering in Brazil. A warrant for Berezovsky's arrest has been filed with Interpol... In his book Godfather of the Kremlin, the late Forbes magazine journalist Paul Klebnikov documented Berezovsky's rise to the heights of power in the Nineties through a series of rigged state auctions, some of them involving contract-style killings of the previous owners. During Berezovsky's brief ownership of major stakes in Aeroflot and Avtovaz, both companies suffered enormous losses due to mismanagement and theft. Nearly 500 people associated with Avtovaz have died violently in the last fifteen years, and both companies are now profitable under new management." - Berezovsky Indicted for Money Laundering in Brazil

"The Elysees Palace issued a statement saying that Hizbullah is not considered a terror organization by the European Union." - Report - French Intelligence Warned Mossad Not To Harm Visiting ...

"The survey for The Sunday Telegraph puts Gordon Brown's party on 40 per cent, a significant seven points ahead of the Tories, who are on 33 per cent, with the Liberal Democrats trailing on 19 per cent." - Gordon Brown has biggest lead over Tories


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