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Trilling notes tensions have been escalating for years as the Uzbeks pressure the Tadjiks by pulling classically dirty diplomatic moves the Russians are known for, like cutting off vital gas deliveries, mining their shared borders, and possibly resorting to covert attacks.
General Mohammed Ali Jaafari, a commander of the Revolutionary Guards, ordered to raise the operational readiness status of the country's forces, initiating preparations for potential external strikes and covert attacks, the Telegraph reports.
Four bodies were retrieved from the daring covert attack, including one of bin Ladens sons, said the official, speaking on condition of anonymity.
Covert attack South Waziristan has witnessed several major Pakistani military operations since the September 11 attacks on the United States.
STUNG by Rahul Gandhi's successful Mumbai visit, Shiv Sena has launched a covert attack against its next target -- Shah Rukh Khan.
From the novels of Don DeLillo and Oliver Stone movies JFK and Nixon, we have learned to intuit a "paranoid style" in American politics and the politics of the prosperous west in general: a political system that suspects covert attack from within, and which promotes covert attack on the supposed attackers from without.
com NOW THEY CALL ME INFIDEL: WHY I RENOUNCED JIHAD FOR AMERICA, ISRAEL, AND THE WAR ON TERROR comes from a very unusual source: a Muslim Shahid's daughter whose father was considered a 'shahid'--a martyr for jihad--when he was killed leading covert attacks on Israel.
This country's enemies are ill advised to stand and fight, but we are uniquely vulnerable to covert attack.