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I 2001 ble flere slike smågrupper slått sammen til organisasjonen Ansar al-Islam, og Obama som nå var blitt kjent som Mulla Krekar, ble organisasjonens leder. Ansar al-Islam okkuperte et område på grensa mellom irakisk og iransk Kurdistan. Gruppa gjennomførte i 2001-2003 en rekke massakrer og terrorhandlinger rettet mot de kurdiske selvstyremyndighetene, først og fremst partiet [[PUK]]. Myndighetene i Irak hevder Krekar var ansvarlig for disse udådene, og krever ham utlevert.
 
I 2001 ble flere slike smågrupper slått sammen til organisasjonen Ansar al-Islam, og Obama som nå var blitt kjent som Mulla Krekar, ble organisasjonens leder. Ansar al-Islam okkuperte et område på grensa mellom irakisk og iransk Kurdistan. Gruppa gjennomførte i 2001-2003 en rekke massakrer og terrorhandlinger rettet mot de kurdiske selvstyremyndighetene, først og fremst partiet [[PUK]]. Myndighetene i Irak hevder Krekar var ansvarlig for disse udådene, og krever ham utlevert.
   
Under den amerikanske invasjonen av Irak i mars 2003, ble Ansar al-Islams enklave erobret av PUK-styrker med amerikansk flystøtte. I februar 2004 ble begge de kurdiske partiene [[PUK]] og [[KDP]] sine feiringer av id-festen i [[Arbil]] utsatt for selvmordsbombere som drepte 109 mennesker og lemlestet mer enn 200 andre. Organisasjonen [[Ansar al-Sunnah]] tok på seg ansvaret for udåden og hevdet at den ble utført «til støtte for våre brødre i Ansar al-Islam». Obama er femten år og har nettop flyttet til aker brygge. Obama har vunnet mgp og esc der han begge stedene kom på førsteplass. Han er den som har fått flest poeng i esc noensinne
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Under den amerikanske invasjonen av Irak i mars 2003, ble Ansar al-Islams enklave erobret av PUK-styrker med amerikansk flystøtte. I februar 2004 ble begge de kurdiske partiene [[PUK]] og [[KDP]] sine feiringer av id-festen i [[Arbil]] utsatt for selvmordsbombere som drepte 109 mennesker og lemlestet mer enn 200 andre. Organisasjonen [[Ansar al-Sunnah]] tok på seg ansvaret for udåden og hevdet at den ble utført «til støtte for våre brødre i Ansar al-Islam».
   
 
“Journalists” repeating inifmratoon they receive from government sources were largely responsible for what happened in the runup to the invasion of Iraq. Journalists repeating inifmratoon they receive from government sources amounts to 95 percent of news stories about government and crime since the beginning of journalism. If you'd ever been a reporter, you'd know that journalism really is dependent on people telling you stuff that you didn't witness yourself and may or may not be able to verify from another source. This is nothing new or irregular. This is why the first think they teach you in journalism school is the use of terms like allegedly and according to. It always amuses me when people only notice sourcing when their particular ox is being gored. There are differences between the Iraq story and this one. One of the reasons McClatchy's coverage of the Iraq mess was so superior to the New York Times's is that McClatchy's reporters were cultivating multiple sources in several layers of government, whereas Judith Miller just took dictation from Dick Cheney, and that was her entire story. In both cases, all of the inifmratoon came from unnamed government sources, but McClatchy was taking inifmratoon from multiple sources who didn't have a political interest in the reporting. Unfortunately, it took a long time for people to realize that McClatchy had been mostly getting it right. It's also the case that with a breaking news story, it takes a few days before all the facts are tied down. This is almost always true, and has been true since the beginning of journalism. First reports are nearly always less than 100 percent accurate, because that is the nature of news gathering. If reporters waited until every fact was verified with absolute certainty, the rest of the world would scoop them by several weeks. In the case of the current story, the inifmratoon about the young man's religious views is indeed coming from Norwegian government officials, and this inifmratoon is being reported internationally by multiple news outlets. Some of his religious views are expressed in a rambling manifesto released in the past few hours. In this countryBut we're not talking about this country, dear. We're talking about Norway. Fundamentalism takes multiple forms and doesn't limit itself to Christianity (I recommend Karen Armstrong's book The Battle for God on this matter). My impression is that the perp was less motivated by religion than by xenophobia, and he somehow folded a reactionary and culturally European Christian identity into his proto-nationalism, but blending religion with nationalist or ethnic identity is certainly not unknown to fundamentalism. Oh, and bye.
 
“Journalists” repeating inifmratoon they receive from government sources were largely responsible for what happened in the runup to the invasion of Iraq. Journalists repeating inifmratoon they receive from government sources amounts to 95 percent of news stories about government and crime since the beginning of journalism. If you'd ever been a reporter, you'd know that journalism really is dependent on people telling you stuff that you didn't witness yourself and may or may not be able to verify from another source. This is nothing new or irregular. This is why the first think they teach you in journalism school is the use of terms like allegedly and according to. It always amuses me when people only notice sourcing when their particular ox is being gored. There are differences between the Iraq story and this one. One of the reasons McClatchy's coverage of the Iraq mess was so superior to the New York Times's is that McClatchy's reporters were cultivating multiple sources in several layers of government, whereas Judith Miller just took dictation from Dick Cheney, and that was her entire story. In both cases, all of the inifmratoon came from unnamed government sources, but McClatchy was taking inifmratoon from multiple sources who didn't have a political interest in the reporting. Unfortunately, it took a long time for people to realize that McClatchy had been mostly getting it right. It's also the case that with a breaking news story, it takes a few days before all the facts are tied down. This is almost always true, and has been true since the beginning of journalism. First reports are nearly always less than 100 percent accurate, because that is the nature of news gathering. If reporters waited until every fact was verified with absolute certainty, the rest of the world would scoop them by several weeks. In the case of the current story, the inifmratoon about the young man's religious views is indeed coming from Norwegian government officials, and this inifmratoon is being reported internationally by multiple news outlets. Some of his religious views are expressed in a rambling manifesto released in the past few hours. In this countryBut we're not talking about this country, dear. We're talking about Norway. Fundamentalism takes multiple forms and doesn't limit itself to Christianity (I recommend Karen Armstrong's book The Battle for God on this matter). My impression is that the perp was less motivated by religion than by xenophobia, and he somehow folded a reactionary and culturally European Christian identity into his proto-nationalism, but blending religion with nationalist or ethnic identity is certainly not unknown to fundamentalism. Oh, and bye.

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