- SCOTUS: 2 Judges Blasted 2nd Amend Challenge
- New Leader of Gaza?
- Investigation Pointing to USS Fitzgerald Crew Failure
- Iran and N. Korea's Joint Missile and Nuclear Programs
- Brute Force Attack on UK Parliament User Emails
- WannaCry Hacking Bad, but This is Terrifying
- Taliban Lindh out in Two Years, Then What
- 1.8 Million Exchange Students Part of Security Investigation Review
- Investigating the Other Collusion Case
- Cyber Spy Weapons Software Used Against Activists and Journalists
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Well, at least two Supreme Court judges were angry enough to write an opinion blasting the court’s rejection to hear the challenge to the 2nd Amendment regarding the right to carry a weapon outside the home.
FNC: Justices Clarence Thomas and Neil Gorsuch issued a scathing dissent Monday to a Supreme Court decision turning away yet another gun rights case.
Photo of Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh and discharged Fatah leader Muhammad Dahlan (File)
GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — Amid an escalating conflict between Hamas and the Fatah-ruled Palestinian Authority (PA), a leaked and unconfirmed document obtained by Ma’an has noted that discharged Fatah leader and President Mahmoud Abbas’ political rival Muhammad Dahlan could be appointed head of Gaza’s government as a result of talks between Hamas officials and Dahlan in Cairo.
MaanNews: The document, titled “A National Consensus Document for Trust-Building” details an agreement allegedly made between the Hamas movement, led by Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar, and Dahlan during Egyptian-sponsored talks when Palestinian officials established a political front to challenge the PA in coordination with Dahlan.Dahlan, being a fierce former opponent of Hamas’ rule in Gaza following its success in the 2006 elections that threw Fatah and Hamas in a protracted internal conflict, seemed like an unlikely political ally for Hamas. Nevertheless, analysts have pointed out that the new relationship between the former enemies represents Dahlan and Hamas’ mutual rejection of the PA, led by Abbas in the occupied West Bank.The document contains 15 articles focused on ending the issues of Palestinian reconciliation, including articles aiming to resolve issues of revenge or compensation that have arisen during Hamas and Fatah’s more than a decade-long feud.According to the document, the talks agreed that Dahlan would be head of the government in the Gaza Strip, while Hamas would control Gaza’s Ministry of Interior.The reports have not been confirmed by Hamas or Dahlan.Hamas’ newfound relationship with Dahlan also received attention following Egypt’s decision to send millions of liters of fuel to the besieged Gaza Strip, after Israel, which has kept the territory under a crippling blockade for a decade, dramatically cut its power supply to Gaza, at the request of the PA which had decided to cut its funding of Israeli fuel to the coastal enclave.Despite the PA denying the allegations, it is widely believed among Palestinians and international critics that the PA’s recent policies in Gaza are aimed at putting pressure on Hamas to relinquish control of the besieged coastal enclave and hand over the territory to the PA.Dahlan, who while residing in exile in Abu Dhabi continues to hold political clout in the region, had reportedly persuaded the Egyptian government to send the fuel to the besieged territory in order to avert a full humanitarian collapse.However, other reports stated that the fuel was provided to Gaza under an agreement that Hamas would work with the Egyptian government to deter militant activities in the Sinai, which Hamas has been accused of exacerbating by harboring militants in its territory. Hamas has consistently denied such allegations.In the 1990s, Dahlan led a merciless crackdown on Hamas, rounding up thousands of Islamists who refused to recognize the legitimacy of the newly-created PA following the Oslo Accords.But he fell from grace in June 2007 after the humiliating rout of his forces by Hamas fighters during days of fierce street battles in Gaza, when Hamas expelled Fatah forces from the territory.Two years later, he returned to the political stage when he was elected to the Fatah central committee in August 2009.But in December 2010, he was suspended from the committee which said it had set up a commission of inquiry to examine his finances and claimed he tried to set up a personal militia.Dahlan was also accused by Fatah leaders in 2011 of poisoning the late Yasser Arafat.In 2015, Dahlan made headlines once again when he called for integrating all Palestinian factions, including Hamas and Islamic Jihad, into the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO).Dahlan has also called to end the PA’s widely criticized security coordination with Israel, and has said he now considers the Oslo Accords to be invalid.International media has also reported plans by several Middle Eastern countries to buttress Dahlan as the next Palestinian president to replace his rival Abbas
Exclusive: U.S. warship stayed on deadly collision course despite warning – container ship captain
USS Fitzgerald Home Port Yokosuka Naval Base, south of Tokyo
Reuters: A U.S. warship struck by a container vessel in Japanese waters failed to respond to warning signals or take evasive action before a collision that killed seven of its crew, according to a report of the incident by the Philippine cargo ship’s captain.
Iranian opposition group says North Korea helps Iran grow ballistic missile program.
Iran hosts long term living quarters for North Korean missile engineers and likewise, North Korea does the same with Iranian nuclear scientists.
There are 42 above and below ground locations in Iran.
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Inside and outside cyber experts are making attributions to Russia.
The Russian government is suspected of being behind a cyber-attack on parliament that breached dozens of email accounts belonging to MPs and peers.
Although the investigation is at an early stage and the identity of those responsible may prove impossible to establish with absolute certainty, Moscow is deemed the most likely culprit.
WASHINGTON — CIA Director Mike Pompeo says he thinks disclosure of America’s secret intelligence is on the rise, fueled partly by the “worship” of leakers like Edward Snowden.
“In some ways, I do think it’s accelerated,” Pompeo told MSNBC in an interview that aired Saturday. “I think there is a phenomenon, the worship of Edward Snowden, and those who steal American secrets for the purpose of self-aggrandizement or money or for whatever their motivation may be, does seem to be on the increase.”
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FP: On Nov. 25, 2001, two CIA officers discovered a bearded 19-year-old English speaker among a group of captured Taliban fighters in Afghanistan.
The bedraggled teen stood out. “Irish? Ireland?” a CIA officer asked the prisoner, who gave no reply.
Primer: Chinese spies target US intellectual property (important due to universities relationships with government operations) Further is 2015, U.S. diplomats previously warned China to stop using covert law enforcement agents on U.S. soil. CNN reported that the agents pressure Chinese citizens to return to the country to face justice, often on corruption charges, United States officials confirmed to CNN. The agents have successfully coerced several Chinese nationals to return to China from the U.S., they said.
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- SCOTUS: 2 Judges Blasted 2nd Amend Challenge June 26, 2017
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- Investigation Pointing to USS Fitzgerald Crew Failure June 26, 2017
- Iran and N. Korea’s Joint Missile and Nuclear Programs June 26, 2017
- Brute Force Attack on UK Parliament User Emails June 26, 2017
- WannaCry Hacking Bad, but This is Terrifying June 24, 2017
- Taliban Lindh out in Two Years, Then What June 23, 2017
- 1.8 Million Exchange Students Part of Security Investigation Review June 23, 2017
- Investigating the Other Collusion Case June 23, 2017
- Cyber Spy Weapons Software Used Against Activists and Journalists June 22, 2017
- 2016 Internet Crime Report June 22, 2017
- Should Voting Systems be Classified as Critical Infrastructure? June 22, 2017
- Global Blackouts, Anywhere in the World, Courtesy Russia June 22, 2017
- Iran and North Korea Historically Team Up on Nukes and Missiles June 21, 2017
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- 198 Million US Voters Exposed, Vulnerable/Hearing Scheduled June 20, 2017
- The Slow Death of Britain and Europe June 20, 2017
- Per Obama: ‘You Cant Have the Documents for 5 Years’ June 19, 2017
- Are we Forgetting about bin Laden’s Son, Hamza? June 19, 2017
- Russia Denied CW Report in Syria, Not so Fast June 18, 2017
- Why is China Protecting North Korea? Reasons Abound June 16, 2017
- Senate Hearing to Protect Election Systems from Russia June 16, 2017
- Emoluments Clause v. Donald Trump, Expanded Investigation June 15, 2017