White House Rhetoric Gets Loud on Al-Shabab

By: Wednesday July 14, 2010 3:00 pm

I haven’t seen anyone else write about this, but David Kurtz described a conference call with senior Administration officials that sounded awful belligerent about the terrorist group al-Shabab. As in “next war comin’” kind of belligerent.

Bombings in Uganda Kill 64

By: Monday July 12, 2010 6:30 am

Bombs exploded in two locations in Kampala, Uganda on Sunday while audiences gathered to watch the World Cup final, killing 64 people including at least one American. At least 65 more were injured in the blasts. The police chief in Kampala suspected the Somalian extremist group Al-Shabab of being behind the attack.

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