1. wear a bomb

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    ---an updated '50's hit---

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    • SECURITY FORCES REPEL ATTACK ON SOMALI PARLIAMENT

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      from AMISOM Public Information / Added

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      STORY: SECURITY FORCES REPEL ATTACK ON SOMALI PARLIAMENT TRT: 02:34 SOURCE: AU/UN IST RESTRICTIONS: This media asset is free for editorial broadcast, print, online and radio use. It is not to be sold on and is restricted for other purposes. All enquiries to news@auunist.org CREDIT REQUIRED: AU/UN IST LANGUAGE: ENGLISH/NATS DATELINE: 24th MAY 2014, MOGADISHU, SOMALIA SHOTLIST: 1. Wide shot, Somali Federal Parliament 2. Med shot, security forces attempt to enter the building from the eastern side. 3. Close up shot, security forces attempt to enter the building from the eastern side. 4. Med shot, people take cover on the steps of the Parliament building 5. Wide shot, civilians flee from the building. 6. Med shot, plain clothed security forces on the perimeter of the building 7. Med shot, security agents assist wounded security personnel 8. Close up, wounded security officer lies on the ground 9. Med shot, empty bullet casings on the ground near the building 10. Close up, empty bullet casings on the ground near the building 11. Wide shot, broken chair lies amidst wreckage of the blast 12. Med shot, broken chair lies amidst wreckage of the blast 13. Close up, remnants of the car wreckage after the blast 14. Wide shot, Chief of Defence Forces, Maj. Gen Dahir Aden Elmi, AMISOM Force Commander Lt. Gen Silas Ntigurirwa and other military officials after the operation 15. Med shot, Chief of Defence Forces, Maj. Gen Dahir Aden Elmi, AMISOM Force Commander Lt. Gen Silas Ntigurirwa and other military officials after the operation 16. SOUNDBITE (English) Lt. Gen Silas Ntigurirwa, AMISOM Force Commander: “Since 11 am, we were fighting against them in order to liberate all Members of Parliament. And we’ve succeeded to save them, and right now the situation is very, very clean. Now we’ve finished to clean the Parliament building. The situation is now very safe.” 17. Close up shot, Chief of Defence Forces, Maj. Gen Dahir Aden Elmi, AMISOM Force Commander Lt. Gen Silas Ntigurirwa and other military officials after the operation 18. SOUNDBITE (English) Lt. Gen Silas Ntigurirwa, AMISOM Force Commander: “It was a joint operation between AMISOM forces and Somali National Army forces and NISA also contributed. And it was a very good joint operation,” 19. Med shot, remnants of the car wreckage after the blast 20. Wide shot, car damaged by the blast is towed away by security forces. STORY: Somali National Security Forces and AMISOM today repelled an attack on the Federal Parliament of Somalia following a botched attempt by the Al Qaeda affiliated terror group Al Shabaab. Minutes to midday, a Vehicle Borne Improvised Explosive Device (VBIED) went off outside the legislative building in downtown Mogadishu followed by gunmen who gained entry into an unoccupied section of the building. Up to one hundred legislators present at a session of the House of the People were all evacuated to safety with one MP sustaining a gunshot on his hand. Within minutes of the attack, the Somali National Army (SNA), the National Intelligence and Security Agency (NISA) and AMISOM forces deployed to the scene alongside emergency medical personnel. The 11 attackers, donning suicide vests, were all put out of action in the 4-hour joint operation. AMISOM’s response was led by the Force Commander, Lt. Gen Silas Ntigurirwa who arrived at the scene minutes after the attack. “Since 11 am, we were fighting against them in order to liberate all Members of Parliament. And we’ve succeeded to save them, and right now the situation is very, very clean. Now we’ve finished to clean the Parliament building. The situation is now very safe,” said Lt. Gen Ntigurirwa as his forces gave the all-clear sign. The Force Commander lauded the joint efforts by the forces to bring the situation under control. “It was a joint operation between AMISOM forces and Somali National Army forces and NISA also contributed. And it was a very good joint operation,” he said. In February, the Al Shabaab attacked Villa Somalia, the seat of the government in yet another desperate attempt to remain relevant. The latest attack comes against the background of an ongoing joint offensive against Al Shabaab by the Somali National Army and AMISOM forces. So far more than ten towns have been liberated from the terror group. AMISOM forces in southern Somalia have also intensified airstrikes targeting the group’s bases with three strikes in the last week. END.

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      • 'The Myth of Martyrdom'

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        University of Alabama researcher, Dr. Adam Lankford, defies conventional wisdom in seeking terrorism triggers.

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        • Cork Mercer

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          • A Patriot's Perspective

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            A military veteran describes his experience in Iraq. The unfortunate aspects of war such as suicide bombers and the loss of friends are discussed.

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            • The Battle for Jerusalem

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              from Phil Rees / Added

              "Why do we become suicide bombers? Because we have no hope. We have no future", says Ibrahim a 70-year old Palestinian farmer. Why? Because in 1996 he had much of his land expropriated for a Jewish building project in Jerusalem. The fight for land is at the heart of the crisis in the Middle East. Phil Rees' film looks at two houses, caught in the struggle between Palestinians and Israelis for the control of land. As well as Ibrahim's house, the film follows the story of Duli, a devout Jew who settled his family in a Palestinian area in the heart of Jerusalem. 'The Battle for Jerusalem', made in 1997, shows the grim reality of a conflict which one Israeli human rights' worker describes as a 'time-bomb' waiting to explode. The Daily Telegraph (21.6.99) described it as 'a disturbing film, which brings the subject to life through individual cases and leaves no doubt of what an explosively dangerous situation is emerging'. Correspondent: Jane Corbin Picture Editor: Corinna Merriman Executive Producer: Kieth Bowers

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              • Faculty in Focus: Mohammed Hafez

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                Professor Mohammed Hafez discusses his research into sucicide bombers.

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                • Prayercast | Afghanistan

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                  For the last twenty-two years a lethal triumvirate of war, insecurity, and restrictive, extremist governments has left Afghanistan reeling and with little hope for the future. Twelve million uncleared land mines threaten to explode everyday. These hazards of war have depleted agrarable soil and destroyed life stock and irrigation systems, causing farmers to turn to opium production as the only lucrative cash crop available to them. This swath of destruction has left one in four women widowed and four million children orphaned. Even though Afghanis are renowned for their passionate natures and generous hospitality, there are only 1,000 to 3,000 believers currently in Afghanistan. The translated New Testament has been well-received in urban areas, however distribution into the countryside remains difficult and illegal in tribal-controlled areas, which is about two-thirds of the country! Christian radio messages are available in the urban areas, but are constantly at risk of being shut down. The democratically elected government in Kabul has agreed to uphold the International Charter of Human Rights and guarantee religious freedom, but most people still cling tightly to tribal leadership and customs that prohibit evangelism and disown and banish anyone who converts to Christianity. All of these factors have led to Afghanistan being one of the least reached nations in the world with eighty four percent of Afghanis never having heard the life-giving gospel of Christ. Yet Jesus reminds us that "with God all things are possible" (Matt 19:26). God relentlessly pursues the people of Afghanistan with His unfailing love. We must do the same! In prayer, let us stand against the powers of darkness for the sake of those God loves and pursues each day.

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                  • AFGHANISTAN

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                    from Kiss of Rap / Added

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                    Song protesting the American occupation of Afghanistan and Obama not bringing our troops home. KOR loves America!

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