Monday, April 30, 2012

Afghan Commission Says War Crimes Suspects Destroying Mass Graves

Only one problem with this:  Afghans do not desecrate graves for any reason, U.S. military known for using them

PRESS TV
04/29/2012


Afghanistan's Independent Human Rights Commission says some war crimes suspects in the country are trying to destroy mass graves. 
 
 
Afghan police remove bones from mass grave
 Shamsullah Ahmadzai, head of the regional office of the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission, told Radio Azadi (Radio Free Afghanistan) on Saturday that the destruction of the mass graves is a bid by war crimes suspects to escape justice.

The commission has asked the government to ensure the safety of the graves. There is no information on the exact number of mass graves in the country. But some sources report dozens of such sites. They have been reported in the eastern provinces of Kabul, Parwan, Balkh, and Kapisa.

The Independent Human Rights Commission says it has no knowledge about which warring groups or eras the graves are linked to.

The United States and some of its allies invaded Afghanistan in October 2001.

Insecurity continues to rise across Afghanistan, despite the presence of about 130,000 US-led forces in the country. 



U.S. Department of Defense scumbags getting nervous over mass-grave excavations; Obama, Panetta, Hillary Clinton, Carney ultimately responsible for these deaths

According to official figures released by the website icasualties.org, 123 US-led troops have been killed in Afghanistan so far this year.

As casualties have risen in Afghanistan over the past few months, public opinion has begun turning against the war in the United States and other countries. 



For that matter, why would anyone but the perpetrators be nervous about identifying the dead - or is there more evidence here than previously revealed

In addition, hundreds of civilians have lost their lives in US-led operations in various parts of Afghanistan over the past few months, with Afghans becoming more and more outraged over the seemingly endless number of deadly assaults.

GJH/AS/HN 


Updates from Genocide Watch:

23 January 2012 " Afghanistan: Little Progress on Rights" Human Rights Watch

8 June 2010 "Deporting unaccompanied child migrants is immoral," by Melanie McFadyean, The Guardian

21 May 2010 "Peace Negotiations Watch Vol IX No 18," by Public International Law & Policy Group

26 November 2009 "Karzai steps up calls on Taliban for peace," by Agence France-Presse

13 September 2009 "Series of attacks hit Afghanistan," by Al Jazeera

13 September 2009 "US expands Afghan prison rights," by Al Jazeera

31 August 2009 "Many Women Stayed Away From the Polls In Afghanistan," by Pamela Constable, The Washington Post

31 August 209 "What Now for Refugees?," by International Crisis Group

18 August 2009 "UN staff among 7 slain in Kabul attack" by The Associated Press

18 August 2009 "Deadly pre-poll attack hits Kabul" by BBC News

13 August 2009 "As Afghan vote nears, Taliban step up intimidation campaign," by Carlotta Gall and Ruhullah Khalpalwak, The New York Times

13 August 2009 "Afghanistan struck by twin blasts," by BBC News

12 August 2009 "Fighters kill Afghan police chief," by BBC News

4 August 2009 "Fears of fruad cast pall of Afghan election" by Carlotta Gall, The New York Times

24 July 2009 "Rival to Karzai gains strength in Afghan race" by Carlotta Gall, The New York Times

14 July 2009 "Explosion Kills Afghan Police Chief and 3 Officers" by Carlotta Gall and Ruhullah Khalpalwak, The New York Times

10 July 2009 "Truck blast in Afghanistan leaves at least 24 dead" by Abdul Waheed and Alan Cowell, The New York Times

4 July 2009 "Russia to open airspace to US for Afghan War" by Peter Baker

24 June 2009 "Roadside bomb kills 3 aid workers in northern Afghanistan" by Ruhullah Khapalwak, The New York Times

24 June 2009 "Afghanistan's Election Challenges," by International Crisis Group

20 June 2009 "Curroption Crusader Aims for Afghan Presidency" by Adam B. Ellick, The New York Times

20 June 2009 "A New Afghanistan Commander Rethinks How to Measure Success" by Thom Shanker, The New York Times

17 June 2009 "Afghan Gypsies Demand Their Rights," by By Najibullah Frotan, Institute for War and Peace Reporting

14 June 2009 "U.N. Official Calls for Review of American Raids" by Adam B. Ellick, The New York Times

8 June 2009 "A view from Kabul" by Morton Abramowitz, The National Interest

21 May 2009 "U.S.Pullout a Condition in Afghan Peace Talks" by Dexter Filkins, The New York Times

14 May 2009 "Fear of gas attacks keeps Afghan girls from school" by Rafiq Maqbool, The Associated Press

12 May 2009 "Alleged crime goes unsolved as UN agencies argue" by Colum Lynch, Washington Post

13 April 2009 "Switch Signals New Path for Afghan War" by Eric Schmitt & Mark Mazzetti, The New York Times

9 April 2009 "Karzai's Ex-Allies Vie for Afghan Presidency" by Carlotta Gall & Abdul Waheed Wafa, The New York Times

20 April 2009 "Afghan Women March, America Turns Away" by Nader Nadery & Haseeb Humayoon, The New York Times

16 April 2009 "Afghan Women Protest New Law on Home Life" by Dexter Filkins

5 April 2009 "Karzai Vows to Review Family Law" by Carlotta Gall and Sangar Rahimi

31 March 2009 "'Worse than the Taliban' - New Law Rolls Back Rights for Afghan Women" by Jon Boone, The Guardian

22 March 2009 "The Downside of Letting Robots do the Bombing" by Mark Mazzetti, The New York Times

21 March 2009 "Afghanistan: A Plea for Talks" by The Associated Press

18 February 2009 "Afghan Civilian Deaths Rose 40 Percent in 2008" by Dexter Filkins, The New York Times

11 January 2009 "Behind the Lines with the Taliban," by Paul Watson, The Los Angeles Times

9 January 2009 "Major Push Needed to Save Afghanistan," by Elisabeth Bumiller, The International Herald Tribune

8 September 2008 "Civilian Deaths From Airstrikes," by Human Rights Watch24 July 2008 "Taliban Propaganda: Winning the War of Words?," by International Crisis Group

10 July 2008 "Invest in People," by Refugees International

20 May 2008 "Strategic Incoherence and Taliban Resurgence in Afghanistan," by Mark Schneider, The Huffington Post

18 May 2008 "Afghan student in torture claim," by BBC News

14 May 2008 "Taliban Tell Public to Turn Off TVs," by Reuters

7 May 2008 "Afghan governors call for more international aid for border regions," by Paul Ames, The Associated Press

19 April 2008 "There is No Quick-Fix for Afghanistan," by Nick Grono, The Guardian

6 February 2008 "The Need for International Resolve," by International Crisis Group

4 February 2008 "Former Warlord in Standoff With Police at Kabul Home," by Abdul Waheed Wafa, The New York Times

1 February 2008 "In Report, Officers Call for Major Overhaul of NATO," by Judy Dempsey, The New York Times

24 January 2008 "Death Sentence for Afghan Student," by Abdul Waheed Wafa and Carlotta Gall, The New York Times

1 November 2007 "Afghanistan at the Brink," by Roger Cohen, Op-Ed Columist, New York Times.


19 April 2006 "Afghan Battles See Higher Toll for Civilians," by Carlota Gall, The New York Times.

3 October 2005 "Afghan Troops Kill 28 Militants on Border with Pakistan," by Carlotta Gall, The New York Times.

5 September 2005 "Return of Former Communists Stirs Up Afghan Elections," by Carlotta Gall, the New York Times

4 September 2005 "9 Afghans Killed Ahead of Election; Taliban Are Blamed," by Carlotta Gall, The New York Times.

18 July 2005 "Report Names Abusers in Afghan Wars," by Carlotta Gall, The New York Times.

30 January 2005 "New Call for Justice in Afghanistan," by Carlotta Gall, The New York Times.

14 August 2003 "Over 50 Die in Day of Afghan Violence," by Amy Waldman, The New York Times.

11 August 2003 "Afghans Urge NATO to Expand Peacekeeping," by the Associated Press, The Washington Post.

4 August 2003 "Taliban are Killing Clerics who Dispute Holy War Call," by Carlotta Gall, The New York Times.

31 July 2003 "Taliban Fighters Suspected in the Killings of a Cleric and 2 Soldiers," by Carlotta Gall, The New York Times.

29 July 2003 "Rights Group Reports Abuses by Afghans, Some Backed by U.S.," by Carlotta Gall, The New York Times.

29 July 2003 "Report Claims Afghanistan Rife With Abuse, Fear," by April Witt, The Washington Post.

9 July 2003 "General Urges Foreigners to Aid Afghans," by Eric Schmitt, The New York Times.

9 July 2003 "Hundreds of Afghans Attack Pakistan Embassy in Kabul," by David Rohde, The New York Times.

14 June 2001 "Con. Res. 145: Condemning the recent order by the Taliban regime of Afghanistan to require Hindus in Afghanistan to wear symbols identifying them as Hindu," by 107th US Congress, 1st Session.

2 June 2001 "NY demonstration protests against yellow Afghan Hindu clothing," by Melissa Radler, the Jerusalem Post.

24 May 2001 "Afghanistan Genocide Risk Alert," by Genocide Watch.

19 May 2001 "Afghan Call for Ethnic Cleansing," by Derk Kinnane Roelofsma, United Press International.


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Sarkozy Busted, Rocked by Evidence of Gaddafi Gift, Duplicity : Video : Graphic

Small wonder Sarkozy was among the first to go after Ghadafi's head

World News via Daily Mail
04/29/2012

Nicolas Sarkozy's dwindling hopes of being re-elected to the French presidency were last night rocked by new evidence that Colonel Gaddafi donated NZ $83 million to the campaign that brought him to power.


Ghadafi most likely regrets "friendship" with Sarkozy, West
French law bans candidates from receiving cash payments above NZ $12,450, but a news website claimed that the massive donation was laundered through bank accounts in Panama and Switzerland.

Mr Sarkozy is now under huge pressure to explain himself in the light of what his opponents called compelling evidence.

A document made public in Paris is said to show that the French leader and the former Libyan dictator made an illegal financial deal that propelled Mr Sarkozy to power in 2007.

Written in Arabic and signed by Mussa Kussa, Gaddafi s intelligence chief, in 2006, it refers to an agreement in principle to support the campaign for the candidate for the presidential elections, Nicolas Sarkozy, for a sum equivalent to 50 million.

It comes as Sarkozy faces an uphill battle to be re-elected president in a weeks time, with his Socialist rival Francois Hollande enjoying an opinion poll lead of up to ten per cent.








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U.S. Army Soldier Feels Better Having Daddy Along on Tour in Afghanistan

So much for "Army of One" propaganda, now soldiers feeling scared going to illegal war can take mommy and daddy along for protection:  this sick agit-prop "story" a prime example of destroyed "4th Estate" in America

Ottumwa Courier
By Mark Newman
04/28/2012

OTTUMWA, Iowa (AP) —

Soldiers will tell you that one of the hardest parts of military service is leaving family behind. This year, an Ottumwa man got to bring his dad along to Afghanistan.
Just think Americans, no more sad goodbyes - with ObamaWars Inc. the whole family can go just like in Medieval wars; the perfect camp followers..... just one, big happy family camping trip to Afghanistan and remember the family that goes together gets blown-up together - no need for those pesky single graves nowadays that cost Obama a lot of money for cheap metal caskets, they can all be buried together now - in a regulation coffee can, and the flag is free

Senior Airman Cory LaRue, 22, of Ottumwa, shipped out with the 132nd Fighter Wing of the Iowa Air National Guard. It was his first combat deployment.

"They got back late Saturday night — actually, by then it was very early Sunday," his stepmom, Deana LaRue, said earlier in the week.
Even Rover can go - as bomb-sniffing dog
Her husband, Master Sgt. Rich LaRue, is Cory's father. They both got back to Ottumwa at the same time.

"We worked on the same shift in the same department," said the sergeant, who was the senior enlisted man on that shift. "I was the nighttime production supervisor. His supervisor worked for me."

So was it weird for a lower ranking enlisted man to have his father working on the base in Kandahar Province?

"No," said Cory, "it was weird if he wasn't around. We had a different night off, and I'd gotten used to seeing him every day. I had a lot of friends over there, but it was still nice having him there."

The two men and their squadron mates would spend around 14 hours straight building 500- and 2,000-pound laser-guided or GPS-guided bombs in the munitions area.

Other veterans might wonder what a young airman calls a senior non-commissioned officer in the middle of an active combat zone.

"I called him 'Dad' most of the time," Cory said.
And no more of these sad scenes for media to exploit, now everybody dies at same time, think of the tax advantages Americans, the saved expense of flying bodies home individually and burying them - now they just go up in a puff of smoke in Iraq Afghanistan and viola!  Problem solved, the family that camps together dies together

"Several times he called me Dad in front of a group," said Rich, "so I had to tell him: When there were a lot of (people) around, it'd be better if he just called me Sergeant LaRue."

Cory said that worked out fine, and that he and his father weren't the only troops having a father-son battle experience.
Think of the savings, American taxpayers:  And besides, military funerals aren't that much fun anyways

"The others were all from Des Moines," he said, mentioning four father-and-son teams in his fighter wing. "A lot of people thought it was nice, a father and son deploying together."

But being there didn't keep a father from worrying about his son.
And upsetting scenes like this will soon be a thing of the past - with ObamaWars Inc. mom won't be seen crying over casket or burial urn, she will be in it

"We had quite a few rocket attacks while we were there," said the sergeant. "There were times we'd have to stand guard duty at the back gate, so I'd worry about him."

A sentry would be assigned to spend the night at the edge of American-held territory — alone. The duty roster was assigned by Master Sgt. LaRue, and he put his son in the rotation with all the other young airmen.
And as an added bonus Americans, no more of these unpleasant, inconvienient reminders of the truth

Cory said this was supposed to have been a two-month deployment, but with stops in other countries and their stay running 10 days over, it was closer to a three-month deployment, with most of that time spent in Afghanistan.

If his country asked him to, said Senior Airman LaRue, he'd certainly consider deploying again. But the rare situation he found himself in on his first deployment may turn out to have been a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
The flag, is FREE.......
"I'm getting to the age," said Master Sgt. LaRue, "where I'm thinking about this being my last deployment."

After more than 20 years in the military, Rich has been to numerous combat zones in Europe and the Middle East.

"He's heard all the stories," the dad said, "and with this, his first deployment ... now he got to be on the other side of that."

"It made me feel real good that I was over there and actually doing something," Cory said.

"It was good for me because I had somebody here," said Rich. "We'd walk down to the Green Bean Coffee Shop and talk about the day before, about home, then go in and work our 14-hour shift."

Cory said that was an important connection.

"That was our thing we did; every morning we went and had coffee and talked. (We'd discuss) things we were going to do when we got back home. Making plans, like to go fishing."
All the money saved on American-style military funerals may now be used by Obama's Secret Service for more whores, booze, drugs

His dad told the Courier they talked about the odd weather in Ottumwa, which many days meant it was colder for troops in Afghanistan than it was back home in Iowa. When they got home, his son said, he wanted to go from part time to full time at work.
Americans can even learn and benefit from observing Afghan family burials of dead children killed by U.S. bombs and Predator drones - remember them?

Cory acknowledged it was somewhat strange to talk about such everyday topics in the middle of an Afghanistan war zone.

There they were, fighting a war in the Middle East, building munitions for U.S. aircraft and stationed on a military base that was under constant threat of rocket attack — talking about a Menards in Ottumwa, Iowa.

There were tough moments overseas, but being with family made a big difference.

"I wasn't as homesick," said Cory. "I had a little bit of home with me." 

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Huge Rally Raises Question on Malaysia Poll Timing

Malaysia on short list for U.S. "intervention" for resources, as is Indonesia; this does not look domestically inspired; last thing Malaysian goons want is an "Asian Spring" with roots in Malaysia giving Obama reason to invade as U.S. now has Marines in Australia

World News
04/30/2012

Kuala Lumpur: A massive street rally demanding electoral reforms in Malaysia raised questions on Sunday about whether the long-ruling coalition government will delay calling elections in the face of such a strong show of force by the opposition.


Gas the wrong way to go with Malaysian protesters
Police used tear gas and chemical-laced water on Saturday against some 50,000 people and arrested more than 450 at the demonstration. Officials said three demonstrators and 20 police were injured, and all those arrested were released by Sunday. 
The rally was held to pressure Prime Minister Najib Razak's ruling coalition — which has been in power for 55 years — to overhaul what the opposition and civil groups call biased electoral policies before the next polls are held.

Elections do not need to be held until mid-2013, but speculation had previously been rife that Najib may dissolve Parliament next month and seek a new mandate in June.

However, the protests — the second mass rally in 10 months — could rattle Najib's confidence and prompt him to delay calling polls, especially since the last election delivered the biggest opposition gains in Parliament ever.

"The rally is a way for many Malaysians to show that they are no longer suppressed. It has whipped up anti-government sentiment, and this could encourage Najib to call for later elections," said Ooi Kee Beng of the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore. 



As with Arab Spring, attacking protesters may just lead to full-blown riots and the removal of Malaysian government

The country's largest English newspaper, The Star, said in an opinion piece on Sunday that the more likely time for polls would be in the first week of September.

While the rally had reinforced anti-government vote in urban areas, it may not tip the scale in favour of the opposition, said James Chin, political science lecturer with Monash University in Malaysia. Najib's battleground will be in rural areas, which account for about two-thirds of Parliamentary seats, he said. 



This could get nasty, if children, young people are injured or killed

National police spokesman Ramli Yoosuf said on Sunday that 471 people were arrested but all have been released. It was not immediately clear if they would be charged later with any offense. Ramli also said the crowd size, earlier estimated at 25,000, doubled to near 50,000 at its peak.

Demonstrators wearing yellow T-shirts, waving banners and chanting slogans poured into downtown Kuala Lumpur, massing near a public square that police had sealed off with barbed wire and barricades.

"A lot of things are not done right and people are getting fed up. We have to take a stand and do something for our future generation," businesswoman Kimberley Yang, a mother of three, said before the crackdown.

Najib's popularity dipped after a similar rally last July by some 20,000 people was dispersed by tear gas.

He has since instituted a raft of reforms intended to build support — including overhauling decades-old security laws — and agreed to new electoral regulations that include using indelible ink to cast ballot to curb multiple voting.

But activists said the measures were inadequate, alleging that the Election Commission is biased and that voter registration lists are tainted with fraudulent names. They also sought longer election campaigning periods and changes to ensure citizens living abroad can vote.

Saturday's demonstration remained peaceful for several hours, until a small group appeared to suddenly breach the police barriers. Authorities responded by firing tear gas and water laced with stinging chemicals.

Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said police acted "with utmost restraint”, but opposition leaders and rights groups said the excessive use of tear gas and heavy-handed tactics were unjustified.

Malaysia's Bar Council, which deployed 80 monitors during the rally, said police fired tear gas directly at the crowd in a way that appeared to be designed to attack them, rather than letting them disperse quickly.

It said its teams also witnessed several acts of police brutality, such as assault of arrested persons.

Najib has accused opposition activists of trying to create disorder to sully the government's image.

"They are not concerned about fair and clean elections. It's all about politics and taking over (the government),” he was quoted as saying by national news agency Bernama.

The National Front, which has governed Malaysia since independence from Britain in 1957, suffered its worst performance in 2008 elections, when it lost more than a third of Parliament's seats amid public complaints about corruption and racial discrimination.

Bureau Report 




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US Pastor Burns Korans to Urge Iran Clergyman Release

Terry Jones, along with the sick "mainstream media" in America need to be rounded up and shot; if Youcef Nadarkhani is killed all involved in this spastic, evil spectacle need to be prosecuted for murder:  The burning of any Holy book is nothing but pure apostasy

Agency Frence-Presse
04/29/2012

A controversial Florida pastor has burned copies of the Koran and a depiction of the prophet Mohammed to protest the imprisonment in Iran of a Christian clergyman Youcef Nadarkhani.


Looking like homeless drunk, scumbag Terry Jones stirs religious hate
The burning, attended by 20 people and streamed live over the Internet, was carried out by pastor Terry Jones' church in Gainesville, Florida on Saturday, The Gainesville Sun said, and video of the burning was uploaded to YouTube by the pastor's supporting group "Stand Up America Now."

The Pentagon had urged Jones to reconsider, expressing concern that American soldiers in Afghanistan and elsewhere could be put at greater risk because of the act, according to the newspaper, but Jones insisted to go ahead with the protest in the name of the release of the Christian pastor in Iran.

Nadarkhani was arrested in October 2009 and condemned to death under Islamic sharia law for converting to Christianity when he was 19.


Jones and his "followers" knew damn well what would happen if they burned Koran and are now responsible for any deaths resulting from this apostasy; they are not followers of any "God" or deity except Satan

Now 34, he is a pastor of a small evangelical community called the Church of Iran. Iran's supreme court in July 2011 overturned the death sentence and sent the case back to the court in Nadarkhani's hometown of Rasht, in Gilan province.


Jones responsible for any U.S. deaths overseas
His retrial took place at the end of September 2011 with no verdict made public.

Several Western countries, including the United States, Britain, Germany and France, condemned the death sentence and said they feared it could be carried out soon.

In March 2011, the US pastor's assistant burned a copy of the Koran and broadcast the ceremony on the Internet, with the images inciting violence in northern Afghanistan, in which at least 12 people were killed.

Moments after the burning on Saturday, the Gainesville fire department issued the church a citation for violating the city's fire ordinances, the report said.


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ANDREW KREIG: EXPERTS REJECT FIRE AS CAUSE FOR 9/11 WTC COLLAPSES

The real truth on 9/11 slowly continues to bleed out

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Technical experts are mounting major challenges to official U.S. government accounts of how three World Trade Center skyscrapers collapsed in near-freefall after the 9/11 attacks 15 years ago.

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The Geopolitics Of The United States, Part 1: The Inevitable Empire

The Empire and the inevitable fall of the Obama criminal regime

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STRATFOR Editor’s Note: This installment on the United States, presented in two parts, is the 16th in a series of STRATFOR monographs on the geopolitics of countries influential in world affairs.

Like nearly all of the peoples of North and South America, most Americans are not originally from the territory that became the United States.

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Geopolitics Of The United States Part 2: American Identity And The Threats of Tomorrow

A look back at 2011 predictions for the future in order to put events of today into perspective

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We have already discussed in the first part of this analysis how the American geography dooms whoever controls the territory to being a global power, but there are a number of other outcomes that shape what that power will be like. The first and most critical is the impact of that geography on the American mindset.

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By Robert S. Finnegan

This e-mail outlines and confirms the acts of espionage against Indonesia and Indonesians by Akiko Makino and the others involved both in Kobe University and in AI Lab at University of Airlangga, Surabaya; Bahasa Indonesia original follows English translation...

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UPDATED 01/07/2015 : FOX NEWS CORPORATE PHARMA SHILL MEGAN KELLY AND FOX NEWS QUACK DOCTOR NOW PUSHING TAMIFLU FOR PREGNANT WOMEN AND CHILDREN;

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The 5th Estate has just purchased a library on H5N1 "Novel" virus pandemics, there are dozens of PDF and Exel documents we feel will assist you in saving lives following intentional releases of the H5N1 and now MERS viruses; we will begin by printing those that appear to be extremely relevant here: H5N1 Kobe-Kawaoka-Ernala series continues soon with more "Smoking Gun" e-mails from Teridah Ernala to The 5th Estate . . .

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By Robert S. Finnegan

On October 12, 2002 the Indonesian island of Bali experienced a terrorist attack that rocked the world. It was unquestionably well-coordinated and executed, the largest in the country's history.

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