Since the Iraq War Was Wrong, So Too Was the Surge

  Article by WN.com Correspondent Dallas Darling “The art of war is a matter of life and death, a road either to safety or to ruin.” Sun Tzu, “The Art of War,” 4th Century BCE. During confirmation hearings for the next U.S. Defense Secretary, it was appalling to observe several senators haggling with Chuck Hagel…


Lone Wolf Terrorists Lost Their Leader : Life Of Al-Awlaki Taken By Drones

Al-Awlaki Killed In Yemen Ho New / Reuters The killing of al Qaeda leader Anwar al-Awlaki is another big counter-terrorism triumph for a President once derided for “palling around with terrorists.”  Even by the time SEAL Team Six dispatched Osama bin Laden, the notion that Obama wasn’t up to fighting al Qaeda had, of course,…

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Mossad Operatives working overtime

? Israeli commandos raided a ship containing weapons destined for Gaza thanks to specific intelligence. Photo / AP A line of vehicles proceeds along the Sudanese coast at night. Suddenly, an explosion. A rocket fired from an unmanned drone has destroyed one of the cars, killing the two men inside. The next day one of…


Outrage in Russia: The Merchant of Death is Trapped

Russia’s military intelligence service, the GRU, lends its help to shady weapons merchants in Moscow in return for a slice of the proceeds . Viktor Bout, the alleged arms dealer who was extradited to the US on Tuesday, could shed an embarrassing light on those connections if he testifies in court.

HAMAS to launch large scale attacks against Israel

The belligerent speech delivered by Hamas’ Damascus-based political leader Khaled Meshaal Tuesday, Aug. 24 only confirmed the information reaching Israel and the Palestinian Authority intelligence services that the extremist Palestinian group is set for large-scale terror attacks against Israeli and Palestinian West Bank targets. debkafile’s intelligence and counter-terror sources report Hamas is setting its sights…


SpyTalk: North Korean missles to Taliban

Ex-spies ponder N. Korean missile sale to Taliban CIA-supplied Stinger missiles proved to be a game-changer for mujaheddinAccording to one of the intelligence reports obtained by WikiLeaks, one of the Afghan insurgency’s most powerful figures, Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, traveled to North Korea in 2005 with a top aide to Osama bin Laden and purchased ground-to-air missiles….


Shocking And Explosive Secret Files Largest In Military History

SCANDALOUS COVER UP The 92,000 American classified military documents released by WikiLeaks add to the evidence that Pakistan’s intelligence service backs the Taliban, to the point of helping the Taliban plan assassinations of American and Afghan officials. This raises the question: Who covered up a scandalous arrangement known to everyone with a casual acquaintance of…