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July 23, 2005

Interesting Saturday Morning Blog reads

Topics: Blogger Round-up

Here's my list of blog reads that you shouldn't miss today:

Chad at InTheBullPen(yesterday's post)- writes on Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf's important television address in Pakistan on Thursday in which Musharraf urged Pakistanis to "wage a jihad against fundamentalists." It's an informative read on a topic that will continue to be addressed at Hyscience, surely at InTheBullPen, and also at other blogs.

Dan at Riehl World View - has a roundup of early coverage on the Sharm el-Sheik Terrorism.

Marc Schulman at American Future - posts on the words of Anthony Browne of The Spectator, and says that he can't help but think that what Brown describes is happening here in America too. We may not have produced any suicide bombers (yet), but there are some who hate America and a far larger number who wallow in liberal guilt and political correctness. Marc writes that Browne's words are a warning...

BlackFive - in his "Forces Nab Surface-to-Air Missiles in Mosul," directs us to the best milblog read of the day: Michael Yon's, Thursday post: "The Devil's Foyer."

Arthur Chrenkoff writes on Muslim leaders in Britain calling on the police to explain why an Asian man was shot dead at Stockwell station. It appears that they are "jumpy and nervous." Also, be sure to check out Chrenkoff's "Why we fight part 3."

John Burgess at Crossroads Arabia - has a piece about an Arab News editorial that's definately worth reading. The Arab News article doesn't bash the British by claiming that government policies were the cause of this latest attack. Instead, it blames the bombers and notes that "security will need to become even tighter if these attacks are to be prevented. Additional measures might even go as far as "profilling" (the article demurely calls it "screening")."

Michelle Malkin brings us up to date on the Guardian of London's firing of Dilpazier Aslam--the "sassy" terrorist apologist spotlighted across the blogosphere. Another Rathergate case?

Athena at Terrorism Unveiled posts that the bomb threat to a London mosque is actually suspected to be from radical Muslims because the mosque was more liberal and speaking out against terrorist acts. Instead of the media disseminating this information, it will probably continue to be the assumption that it was an anti-Muslim backlash.

Andrew Cochran writing at The CounterTerrorism Blog has "Terrorist Attacks at Egyptian Resort Kill Dozens As Suspects in Previous Bombing Near Trial (updated)" There you'll find a complete roundup on the Sharm el-Sheik bombings. Also at The CounterTerrorism Blog - Don't miss reading, "Mohamed Atta's Father Praises London Attacks."

There are a lot of good blog reads to choose from today, but I think you'll find these worth the click.

Posted by Hyscience at July 23, 2005 12:39 PM

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