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IntelTrends 04-APR-2010

April 4, 2010

NIGERIA: Fresh tension in Jos
Sunday Sun, 04 Apr

Sunday Sun investigation reveals that an al-Queda group in Islamic Maghreb declared it was ready to train and arm its people in Nigeria to defend themselves against Christians.

PAKISTAN: Rangers not yet deployed to safeguard Capital
Frontier Post, 04 Apr

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s diplomatic community, particularly American and European foreign missions, expressed concern over presence of Frontier Constabulary (FC) in the Diplomatic Enclave after reports of connections of the FC personnel with terrorist networks. Their replacement by Rangers has not yet occurred even as President Asif Ali Zardari was going to address the joint sitting of the Parliament by tomorrow (Monday).

INDIA: 10 security personnel killed as Maoists blow up police bus in Orissa
IANS, 04 Apr

INDIA: Chidambaram rules out using military in anti Maoist operations
ANI, 04 Apr

ANALYSIS: Terrorism in Pak-India relations: Dr Hasan-Askari Rizvi
Daily Times, 04 Apr

CAUCASUS EMIRATE: Mujahideen derail train in Dagestan Province
Kavkaz, 04 Apr
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NYT: Mujahideen couple turned into an unsettling symbol of Islamic Jihad in the Caucasus
Kavkaz, 03 Apr

Google buys Israeli ex-pat’s start-up company
Haaretz, 04 Apr

Israeli aircraft fires at Palestinians in Gaza
Ma’an, 04 Apr

Senegal ‘takes back French bases’
BBC, 04 Apr

KASHMIR: JKPM vows to continue liberation struggle
KMS, 04 Apr

Afghan mujahideen military operations against the kafirs, munafiqs and the worshippers of Idols
UnjustMedia, 03 Apr

Iran diplomat says U.S. behind his abduction
Press TV, 03 Apr

SOMALIA: Islamist group invites Al Qaeda boss, bans music
Mareeg, 03 Apr

Speaking to reporters in Mogadishu, Moallim Hashi Mohamed Farah, a senior leader of Hizbul Islam rebel group said they invited Osama bin Laden to come to the country if he could and also called Jihadists in the world to come and join their fight against the Somali government and the African Union troops.

Sudan’s Bashir threatened Kiir with coup if Arman not withdrawn: opposition leader
Sudan Tribune, 03 Apr
– – Related – –
SPLM withdraws presidential candidate Cde Arman
SPLM, 31 Mar

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