"Because in Cyberspace, no one can hear you scream."
Friday, June 30, 2006
Unfortunately my passion for politics is more of a negative feeling rather than a basic passion of mine. The field is already getting crowded with great people (on the right and the left) so I do not see a great need to return here. I'll be closing down this weblog in order to move onto other interests of mine...
For all those who visited here in the past, thanks. For those who added me to their blog rolls, thanks. And if I've added you I'll probably be checking out your site from time to time.
For now though I'll be over on these blogs, some of them new, others not so new as they generally hold my interests and attention more. My four major passions in life are God, Space, Israel and Google. These up and coming blogs will hopefully reflect that.
- One Spirit: Poetry towards God
- Colony Worlds: God and Space...and the Human race.
- IsraGood (new): Detailing Israeli technology, culture and all things kosher.
- Inside Orkut: News, views and cultural taboos from inside Orkut's community forums.
- Blogger Delights: Exploring the blogosphere one weblog at a time.
- Picasa Fun: Discussing tips and techniques, and having fun with Google's Picasa.
- Darnell: My personal media journal.
Well, it sure has been nice, but unless you visit my other weblogs, you'll only see my past record here. That's all folks, and keep on blogging!
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Thursday, June 08, 2006
My Dad informed me early this morning about an air strike that has indeed killed Al-Zarqawi. Here is more from Fox News.
(Fox News) Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the Al Qaeda in Iraq leader who led a brutal insurgency that included homicide bombings, kidnappings and beheadings, was killed in an airstrike on a building north of Baghdad, U.S. and Iraqi officials announced Thursday. [...]
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki said Zarqawi was killed along with seven aides Wednesday evening at around 6:15 p.m. local time in a bombing raid on a building in a remote area 30 miles northeast of Baghdad in Diyala province.
I would give more details, but Iraq The Model and Michelle Malkin have more details and analysis.
My personal feelings about Zarqawi can not be repeated hear (after all, this is a family site) although The Onion could give you hints about his future plans from talks with his affiliate jihadists. END
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