Grupo terrorista yemení asesina un hombre “sospechoso de ser homosexual”

Opposing views:

Suspected Islamist militants shot and killed a Yemeni man Thursday because they believed he was gay, according to law officials.

One of two men riding a motorcycle shot at the young Yemeni man outside his house in Huta, located in the capital of Lahij province.

The gunmen were both able to escape before police arrived.

Police have blamed the shooting on the al-Qaeda affiliated group called Ansar al-Sharia.

Police reported that this was the sixth shooting since the start of last year related to an al-Qaeda affiliated group. Similar killings have occurred in Abyan and Aden.

The group is currently imposing Islamic law in areas of Abyan where it has greater influence.

Milicias islámicas atacan otra ciudad cristiana en Siria

English: City of Saidnaya seen from the conven...

English: City of Saidnaya seen from the convent of Our Lady of Saidnaya, (Photo credit: Wikipedia)



Weeks after jihadist Syrian rebels attacked the Christian village of Ma’loula, Islamist militias have attacked the historic Syrian Christian town of Saidnaya, according to a Fides news agency report.

“This is banditry, but it is also a vendetta against Christians,” said a religious-order priest. “They are targeted attacks that have the effect of creating confusion and fear among civilians.”

Maduro prohíbe hablar sobre la escasez de alimentos en TV


Português: Brasília - O chanceler da Venezuela...

Português: Brasília – O chanceler da Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, fala à imprensa após se reúnir com o presidente Lula (Fabio Rodrigues Pozzebom/ABr) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Hmmm, viva la libertad de prensa…, pero es lo que demanda la revolución bolivariana:

O governo da Venezuela proibiu as notícias sobre a falta de alimentos e outros bens e vai multar o canal de televisão Globovisión por ter transmitido uma reportagem sobre o assunto.

Visto aquí.

5 nuevos casos de poliomielitis en Paquistán gracias a la prohibición talibán sobre su vacuna

La doctora Nima Saeed, representante actual de la Organización Mundial de la Salud en Paquistán, uno de los tres países en los que la enfermedad es aún endémica, ha añadido que “nada se podrá hacer mientras que los talibán levanten la prohibición o permitan la vacunación de los niños en Waziristán Norte”. UCANEWS:

A Taliban ban on a polio vaccination drive is preventing Pakistan from finally eradicating the crippling disease, the country’s World Health Organization (WHO) representative said on Wednesday.

“Nothing can really be done unless the Taliban lifts the ban or allows the vaccination of children in North Waziristan,” Dr

United Nations World Health Organisation logo

United Nations World Health Organisation logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

, the acting WHO representative in Pakistan, told

He was speaking in Islamabad after five new cases of polio were confirmed this week in the country’s restive tribal areas, where the Taliban banned the vaccination drive in June last year, accusing health workers of being spies.

The ban was imposed a year after Dr Shakil Afridi, a physician, conducted a polio vaccine campaign in Abbottabad as a ruse to help pinpoint the location of former al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. The terror chief was later killed in a US military raid in May 2011.

At least 20 immunization workers have been killed by suspected Taliban militants in Pakistan since the imposition of the vaccine ban. Many areas are now considered too dangerous to continue the program.

Pakistan is one of only three countries left in the world where polio is endemic, according to the WHO. In 2011 it had 198 confirmed cases, the highest number of cases in any nation in the world.

Una escisión del MILF mata a 5 personas en Mindanao

English: Flag of the MILF and Bangsa Moro Army...

English: Flag of the MILF and Bangsa Moro Army in Cotabato Español: Bandera del Frente Moro de Liberación Islámica y Ejercito del Pueblo Moro en Cotabato Català: Bandera de l’Exèrcit del Poble Moro i MIAM a Cotabato (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


Attacks by an Islamic rebel splinter group in North Cotabato province resulted in five deaths on Monday in the latest fighting linked to southern Mindanao’s troubled peace process.

Armed militants of the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF), a breakaway group of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), attacked four villages at about 2am local time but were repelled by authorities.

A firefight, which peaked at about 8am, resulted in the deaths of four BIFF fighters and one soldier. Another soldier was wounded.

The rebels fled with 15 civilian hostages including 11 farmers whom they used as human shields to escape, said army spokesman Colonel Dickson Hermoso, as sporadic fighting continued in the area through the afternoon.

La inteligencia americana, preocupada por los americanos que han ido a Siria a entrenarse en la jihad

US Intelligence Community Seal

US Intelligence Community Seal (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Todavía el número es bajo, pero el daño que pueden causar es importante, según miembros de la comunidad de inteligencia americana (encontrado aquí):

While the number of Americans who have traveled to join the jihad in Syria is low, some members of the U.S. intelligence community worry that fighters who receive training and battlefield experience in Syria could return to the West with skills honed by fighting in the country’s civil war

“At some point all of these people from Europe are going home. All the folks there from all over the world, including the United States, will be coming home if they do not meet their end on the battlefield,” said Rep. Mike Rogers, the Republican chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, on Tuesday.

U.S. intelligence estimates differ on how many Americans have joined the fight with al Qaeda. Some officials say the number could be as high as 60 U.S. citizens, while others put it much lower, at 10. Hundreds of European nationals have joined al Qaeda-linked groups since the civil war began more than two years ago, say U.S. intelligence officials.

Middle East Media Research Institute Logo

Middle East Media Research Institute Logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Tenemos que considerar esto en el  contexto del último comunicado de Al-Zawahiri:

In the audio, put out on jihadi forums by Al Qaeda’s media arm Al-Sahabal-Zawahiri calls on Muslims to adopt an approach of “sporadic blows” inside the U.S. in order to increase the burden on the American economy. The translation was made available to TheBlaze through the Middle East Media Research Institute, a nonprofit group that provides translations and research from the Middle East.

“Such an approach will keep the U.S. in a constant state of heightened security,” al-Zawahiri said. “Still, Muslims should await every chance to deliver a major attack against the U.S., even if they had to wait years for such an attack.”

Para ello, no hace falta una infraestructura tan compleja como para la comisión de grandes ataques terroristas (por ejemplo, el 11S). Simplemente, sirven para que el miedo a un ataque terrorista sea permanente en el tiempo. Por eso, el entrenamiento de estos terroristas, aunque sean pocos, preocupa. Y debería preocupar aún más a Europa, por el número de los allí combatiendo a día de hoy (más aquí y aquí).

Al-Amriki, asesinado por otros terroristas

Abu Mansoor Al-Amriki

Abu Mansoor Al-Amriki (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Scotsman:

Residents in al Baate village, in southern Somalia, said Alabama-born Omar Hammami, commonly known as Abu Mansoor al-Amriki or “the American”, and a British national of Pakistani background known as Usama al-Britani were shot dead in a dawn raid on their hideout yesterday.

The American’s YouTube videos that featured him rapping and his presence on Twitter made him one of the most recognisable and studied US foreign fighters. The FBI put Hammami on its Most Wanted terrorist list in March and ­offered a $5 million (£3.1m) ­reward for information leading to his capture.

Hammami’s killing exposed the rifts in al-Shabaab’s top ranks as the al-Qaeda-affiliated group grapples with an African Union-led offensive that has captured key cities from militants, depriving them of revenues. Sigue leyendo