Welcome to Scribd, the world's digital library. Read, publish, and share books and documents. See more
Download
Standard view
Full view
of .
Look up keyword
Like this
1Activity
0 of .
Results for:
No results containing your search query
P. 1
06 jun 12 osint levant tracker

06 jun 12 osint levant tracker

Ratings: (0)|Views: 26|Likes:
Published by Beowulf Durendal

More info:

Published by: Beowulf Durendal on Jun 08, 2012
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less

02/01/2013

pdf

text

original

 
UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO
The
CENTCOM
 
This OSINT publication contains foreign mediaderived entirely from open sources in andaround the CENTCOM AOR
.
06 Jun 2012
Iranian Official: Mubarak Ruling Proves US and Israel Influence on SCAF: Egypt Independent
 Iran criticized on Monday the court ruling against former President Hosni Mubarak and former Interior Ministryofficials on charges of killing protesters during the 25 January uprising.
(Source: Cairo, Egypt; Independent; Daily; Undetermined) 
.
Thousands Demonstrate In Different Governorates against Mubarak Verdict and Shafiq: Al-Masry Al-Youm
Thousands of people in various Egyptian governorates staged demonstrations on Tuesday demanding the retrial ofdeposed President Mubarak and the other defendants in the case of protester murders during the 2011 revolution,and the application of the Political Isolation Law on presidential candidate Shafiq, Mubarak’s last prime minister.
 (Source: Cairo, Egypt; Independent; Daily; Undetermined) 
.
SCAF Gives Parties 48 Hours to Resolve Constituent Assembly Crisis: Ahram Online
 After a meeting with Egypt's ruling Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) on Tuesday, political partyrepresentatives said that the council had given them a two-day period in which to issue a parliamentary decision onthe membership criteria for Egypt's constituent assembly tasked with drafting a new constitution or else the SCAFwould either issue a 'constitutional annex' or revive the 1971 constitution.
(Source: Cairo, Egypt; Daily; Neutral) 
Mubarak Health Deteriorated As Thousands Protest Over Verdicts: Al Bawaba
 The health condition of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak deteriorated sharply Tuesday, said an official atthe Cairo prison where he is detained. The former president was sentenced to life in prison on Saturday.
(Source: Amman, Jordan; Popular Arab media; Daily; Claims Neutrality) 
Foreign Ministry: Kuwait Tops Expat Voting In Last 2 Days: Egypt Independent
 Nearly 50,000 Egyptian expatriates voted in the last two days, with the Gulf nation of Kuwait recording the mostvoters, Egypt’s Foreign Ministry said on its website.
(Source: Cairo, Egypt; Independent; Daily; Undetermined) 
Shin Bet Exposes Terror Cell Planning To Kidnap Israelis: Ynet News
According to the indictment, filed by the Southern District Prosecutor's Office, the three prisoners, who belong tothe al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades, met in prison last January and decided to kidnap an IDF soldier in hopes of forcinganother prisoner exchange agreement on Israel.
(Source: Israel, Yedi'ot Media Group) 
Netanyahu Complains Of 'Inadequate' World Pressure On Iran: Naharnet
 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said international pressure on Iran aimed at curbing its nuclearambitions is "inadequate", in comments published in a German newspaper Wednesday.
(Source: Lebanon,English edition of An Nahar, Liberal) 
Amnesty Calls On Israel To End ‘Administrative Detention’ Of Palestinians: Al Arabiya
 Israel must free all Palestinians held without charges under so called “administrative detention” orders or give thema swift and fair trial, rights group Amnesty International said on Wednesday.
(Source: Dubai, UAE; Owned by MBC Group, Intl (Large Iraqi following); Neutral; Daily) 
Tensions Before Israel Vote On Legalising Outposts: Ahram Online
Israeli MPs were on Wednesday to vote on two bills to retroactively legalise settler units built on private Palestinianland, in a move which has sharply divided Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's ruling coalition.
(Source: Cairo,Egypt; Daily; Neutral) 
 
OSINT Phone #: 813.827.1441 - Email: CCJ2-OSINT@CENTCOM.SMIL.MIL
UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO
 
UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO
The
CENTCOM
 
This OSINT publication contains foreign mediaderived entirely from open sources in andaround the CENTCOM AOR
.
06 Jun 2012
Jordan, Japan Discuss Mideast Peace: Petra
Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh on Tuesday discussed peace efforts in the Middle East with Special Envoy of theGovernment of Japan for the Middle East Yutaka Iimura, the Jordan News Agency, and Petra, reported.
(Source: Amman, Jordan; Pro-Govt) 
Islamists, Popular Movements to Unite Ranks: The Jordan Times
The Muslim Brotherhood, independents and leftists on Tuesday took the first step toward launching a nationalcouncil to confront what they describe as decision makers’ “reversal” on political reform pledges.
(Source: Amman,Jordan; Independent; Neutral) 
Hezbollah Condemns Blast Targeting Shiite Endowment In Iraq: Al Manar
Hezbollah denounced the blast which targeted the headquarters of the Shiite endowment in Iraq, urging the Iraqipeople to unite against the western interference.
(Source: Beirut, Lebanon, LCC, Intl, Hezbollah TV outlet) 
Hizbullah, Jamaa Islamiya Stress Need to Maintain Civil Peace: Naharnet
 Hizbullah and al-Jamaa al-Islamiya held talks on Wednesday on the need to maintain cooperation to ensure unityon the Islamic scene in Lebanon.
(Source: Lebanon, English edition of An Nahar, Liberal) 
Lebanese Syndicate Slams Requests To Stop Broadcasting Syrian Channels: Now Lebanon
The syndicate of Lebanese press editors rejected the Arab League’s call on Arabsat and Egypt's Nile sat to takethe necessary measures to stop “the broadcast of both the official and unofficial Syrian satellite channels."
 (Source: Beirut, Lebanon; Privately Funded / Independent; Liberal) 
1 Killed In Clashes on Lebanon-Syria Border: The Daily Star
A Lebanese man was killed and five people were wounded Wednesday in a series of clashes between the Syrianarmy and Lebanese gunmen along the northeastern border shared by the two countries.
(Source: Beirut,Lebanon; Independent; Daily, Except Sunday; Neutral) 
Lebanese Army Intervenes To Address Aarsal Clashes: Now Lebanon
The Lebanese army intervened to control the situation after clashes erupted in the border town of Aarsal in easternLebanon. “Clashes erupted in the area of Khirbet Daoud in Aarsal between Syrian army forces and armed [men].The Lebanese army immediately intervened, patrolled the area and set up points in the eastern area of Aarsal tocontrol the security situation” .
(Source: Beirut, Lebanon; Independent; Daily, Except Sunday; Neutral) 
Live Blog on Developments in Syria: Now Lebanon
Armed rebels went on the offensive in and around Damascus over night, 7-15 people were killed in heavy shellingin Latakia, Syrian army shelled the towns of Douma and Erbeen near Damascus, President Assad tasked PM RiadHijab with forming new government, Russia said President Assad could leave power as part of a settlement to endbloodshed in Syria,
(Source: Beirut, Lebanon; Privately Funded / Independent; Liberal) 
Syria Considers Western Envoys Persona Non Grata: Al Manar
Syria declared on Tuesday that the ambassadors and diplomatic staff of several western states as well as turkeywere personae non Grata in Damascus.
(Source: Beirut, Lebanon, LCC, Intl, Hezbollah TV outlet) 
OSINT Phone #: 813.827.1441 - Email: CCJ2-OSINT@CENTCOM.SMIL.MIL
UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO
 
UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO
The
CENTCOM
 
This OSINT publication contains foreign mediaderived entirely from open sources in andaround the CENTCOM AOR
.
06 Jun 2012Assad Appoints New Syria Prime Minister: Al Jazeera
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has named former agriculture minister Riyad Hijab as prime minister to form anew government, state television has reported.
(Source: Doha, Qatar; Independent; Website of the TV Network; Claim Neutrality) 
Moscow Distances Itself from Assad: Al Bawaba
 Moscow reported said Tuesday it had not considered President Al-Assad's stay in power as a prerequisite forresolving the conflict in Syria. "We never said or made a condition that Assad must necessarily remain in power atthe end of the political process," Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov told the Itar-Tass news agency.
 (Source: Amman, Jordan; Popular Arab media; Daily; Claims Neutrality) 
Syria Bars Diplomats, Gunships in Action: The Daily Star
Syria's government banned 17 Western diplomats and its helicopter gunships pounded rebels in a coastal provinceon Tuesday as President Bashar al-Assad defied international pressure to halt his campaign to crush the uprisingagainst his rule.
(Source: Beirut, Lebanon; Independent; Daily, Except Sunday; Neutral) 
Gulf States Losing Faith in Annan Syria Plan: Saudi FM: Ahram Online
Gulf Arab states have begun to lose hope that international envoy Kofi Annan's peace plan can end more than ayear of violence in Syria, Saudi Arabia's foreign minister said on Tuesday.
(Source: Cairo, Egypt; Daily; Neutral) 
 
Clashes Rock Syrian Capital as Rebels Go On Offensive, Says NGO: Now Lebanon
Armed rebels went on the offensive in and around Damascus during the night, while seven people were killed inheavy shelling and fighting in the coastal province of Latakia, a watchdog said on Wednesday.
(Source: Beirut,Lebanon; Privately Funded / Independent; Liberal) 
Re-Shaping Palestinian National Identity: Al Jazeera
Despite the frozen 'peace process' - or perhaps in part because of it - there have been a number of interestingdevelopments in the Palestinian political scene in recent years,
(Source: Doha, Qatar; Independent; Website of the TV Network; Claim Neutrality) 
MB SecGen Calls On Egypt to Unite Behind Mursi: Asharq Al-Awsat
Secretary-General of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood [MB], Dr. Mahmoud Hussein, stressed that the only availablesolution to save the Egyptian revolution is to rally behind MB presidential candidate Mohamed Mursi, adding thatwith the looming threat to Egypt’s revolution, now is not the time to talk about political assurances.
Source: London, England; pan-Arab daily news; Pro Arab) 
Containing Syria: Jerusalem Post
There is real danger that loose weaponry and WMDs might fall into the wrong hands, endangering not just Israel’ssecurity, but the security and stability of the entire region.
(Source: Israel, Independent, Slightly right leaning / Pro West) 
Let Mubarak Feel the Egyptians’ Pain: The Daily Star
Many images from the court verdict session of the Hosni Mubarak trial last Saturday remain vivid, and carry politicalweight: the strong statement by the judge, the defendants behind bars, the packed courtroom, and the scuffles afterthe verdict was read.
(Source: Beirut, Lebanon; Independent; Daily, Except Sunday; Neutral) 
Supporting Documentation:OSINT Phone #: 813.827.1441 - Email: CCJ2-OSINT@CENTCOM.SMIL.MIL
UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
scribd
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->