is not the story itself, although it is worth noting
Al Qaeda operatives are in Brazil planning attacks, raising money and recruiting followers, a leading news magazine reported Saturday, renewing concerns about the nation serving as a hide-out for Islamic militants.
Veja magazine, in its online edition, reported that at least 20 people affiliated with al Qaeda as well as the Lebanese Shi’ite Muslim group Hezbollah, the Palestinian group Hamas and two other organizations have been hiding out in the South American country.
The magazine said these operatives have been raising money and working to incite attacks abroad.
This is what I find interesting:
The snapshot was from 2:35 a.m. EST today. It is now 11 hours later and nobody has found Al Qaeda active in the latest Western oil power worth blogging about.
Then again as Susannah Fleetwood points out some topics like Veena Malik are just not worth covering by some.
Update: Fausta finds it first