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Syrian Islamists Get Anti-Tank Weapons

The below video shows Syrian rebels with a French Milian anti-tank missile. Among the rebels are Islamist groups, some of whom have ties to al-Qaeda.

MORE VIOLENT PROTESTS BREAK OUT IN EGYPT

At Least Six Dead
By Harold Hutchison

The “day of rage” protests promised by the Moslem Brotherhood have lead to at least six more deaths. This come after violent protests on Wednesday left over 500 people dead.

The protests began after Friday prayers, as tens of thousands of protestors stormed into the streets. The Moslem Brotherhood is demanding that Mohammed Morsi be returned to power. Morsi was deposed on 3 July. According to a report by CBN.com, Christian churches are being targeted by the Moslem Brotherhood.

Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel Statement on U.S. - Egypt Defense Relationship

Today I called Egyptian Minister of Defense Al-Sisi to discuss the U.S. - Egypt defense relationship. Since the recent crisis began, the United States has made it clear that the Egyptian government must refrain from violence, respect freedom of assembly, and move toward an inclusive political transition. Recent developments, including the violence that has resulted in hundreds of deaths across the country, have undermined those principles. As President Obama has announced, the United States military will not conduct the Bright Star training exercise scheduled for later this year.

IS OBAMA BOTCHING EGYPT?

Rumsfeld Slams Handling of Crisis and War on Terror
By Harold Hutchison

Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld slammed Obama’s handling of Egypt during an interview with Newsmax.com. “The people that we've sent there to deal with the problem have not done a particularly skillful job in my view. It's unfortunate,” he said.

ANOTHER EGYPT PROTEST TURNS VIOLENT

17 Killed in Clash Between Cops, Pro-Morsi Demonstrators
By Harold Hutchison

Egyptian police have moved to disperse two protest camps – and at least 17 people have died as the situation turned violent. This is the latest round of violence in the wake of Mohammed Morsi’s removal from office on 3 July.

FIGHTING IN CAIRO

Supporters of Military, Morsi, Scuffle
By Harold Hutchison

Demonstrators supporting and opposing the military government in Egypt threw rocks at each other as competing protests collided. This is just the latest violence since the Egyptian military ousted Morsi on 3 July.

Since Morsi’s removal from power after a year in office, over 300 people have died in violence. The Moslem Brotherhood has been demanding Morsi return to power, while the Egyptian military is proceeding along with a plan for new elections.

IRANIAN DEFENSE MINISTER INVOLVED IN LEBANON ATTACK

Over 240 Marines Died in Barracks Bombing
By Harold Hutchison

The new Iranian President’s nominee as Defense Minister has ties to the 1983 bombing of the Marine barracks in Lebanon. Hassan Rowani, widely portrayed as a moderate, made the nomination earlier this week.

The 1983 bombing left 241 Marines dead, and prompted the United States to pull out of Lebanon. Hussein Deghahn has a long track record in the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps.

RKB WARNS OF TERROR THREAT

SOF Founder Believes War on Terror Spreading

By Harold Hutchison

Barack Obama is ignoring a growing terror threat, Robert K. Brown says, and is not doing enough to handle it. The comments came in an interview with Newsmax TV.

TERRORIST LEADER VOWS TO FREE CAPTURED TERRORISTS

Al-Qaeda Bigwig Broke out in 2007
By Harold Hutchison

The leader of Al-Qaeda’s affiliate in Yemen has vowed to free a number of terrorists held in prison. Nasser al-Wuhayshi, who broke out of a Yemeni prison in 2007 and who later became the leader of al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula made the vow in a letter.

The letter comes as the American embassy in Yemen remains closed and an attack killed five Yemeni troops guarding a gas export facility. A series of UAV strikes have reportedly killed 38 terrorists.