Monday, September 05, 2011
Leading Osama Bin Laden's vendetta will be your death
Younis al-Mauritani, a senior al-Qaida commander believed by some experts to be the organisation's "foreign minister", has been captured by Pakistani security forces working with the CIA, the Pakistani army said on Monday.
Mauritani – who was detained in the western city of Quetta with two other al-Qaida members – played a central role in the group's plots against the west, the army said.
He is the most high profile al-Qaida figure to have been arrested in Pakistan for several years, and his detention marks another blow to the group following the deaths of Osama bin Laden in a US raid on 2 May and the second in command, Atiyah Abd al-Rahman, in a CIA missile strike last month.
Remember our discussion about the man who said no to Bin Laden: Noman Benotman, a former commander in the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group who fought beside Osama against Russia! Well he also fought beside and interacted extensively with Abdul Rahman and if you read the link above and below it seems he had more respect for his intellect than that of UBL.
The death of Al Qaeda's No. 2, Atiyah Abdul Rahman in Pakistan, is a hammer blow to the terrorist organization. According to a U.S. official, Abdul Rahman, a 43-year-old veteran Libyan operative, rose to the number two spot after the death of Osama bin Laden in May, which saw the Egyptian Ayman al Zawahiri take over the leadership of the terrorist group.
Following Osama Bin Laden's vendetta will be your death: Since Osama Bin Laden was killed in the compound in abbottabad Al Qaeda leaders have been falling like bowling pins but? The US and allies think they are weakening Al Qaeda but you have to ask what is it worth? Al Qaeda, Taliban, Islamist, they are one and the same as far as we are concerned and like the head of the Hydra. You kill one and many more will spring up only they are known as lone wolfs and need no leader other than their leader Osama Bin Laden.
Somalia kills Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, widening Al Qaeda power vacuum: Somali forces confirmed that they have killed Al Qaeda’s most senior operative in East Africa: Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, who planned the 1998 US embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania. The announcement comes as a blow to the terrorist organization, which had lost three of its top leaders in just weeks, including Osama bin Laden. Al Shabab confirmed his death on condition of anonymity and good for us I also read that they found $40,000 and a number of cell phones on his body. Very good more trails to follow!
Death of Bin Laden Does Not Mean Demise of Al Qaeda They say his death is symbolic and it is but for us not Al Qaeda, the Taliban, or any of the other extremists looking for a reason to fight the west. That said, it did hit them psychologically.
The US is still celebrating, this is frigging great! Justice is done however because of the extremists with nothing better to do than to fight the west and feed and continue UBL's personal vendetta violence has more than the potential of increasing in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq and around the world.! We hear renewed threats of vengeance for killing UBL continuously and I do not see them ever stopping.
Rebels looking for a reason to fight now have another but since he betrayed Islam for his personnel fight against the west killing his own people I believe justice has been served with this major source of evil being killed and Muslims around the world are breathing a sigh of relief.
Just hold on because increased violence in his name will ensue. Right after Osama Bin Laden's killing as a result of all the Intel found as his hard drives and 12 thumb drives laden with information the US right away want after Anwar Al- Awlaki with a drone attack in Yemen but missed him. You have to believe that we were right all along and Pakistan's ISI (interservice intelligence agency) is protecting Ayman Al- Zawahiri as they were Bin Laden.
In quick succession we got UBL and the others are falling., Top killer Kashmiri was killed by a US drone Great! He was wanted by India, Pakistan, and the US and had $5 million on his head. He fell out of favor with the ISI. Hmm?
Also Somali forces confirmed that they have killed Al Qaeda’s most senior operative in East Africa: Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, who planned the 1998 US embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania. The announcement came as a blow to the terrorist organization, which had lost three of its top leaders in close succession including Osama bin Laden. You have to wonder if that aided in the decision for Al Shabab to retreat and regroup?
Every time we kill one of Al Qaeda's or the Taliban's top leaders of course we are greeted with threats of retribution. You know what they say about payback. Pay back is a mother f&%ker. We are in a race now more than ever. As you know, this vendetta against the west called terrorism is the head of the hydra. Kill one and many more take their place.
We have to continue to kill them quicker than they can recover but when it is all said and done you may not have one central leader but now hundreds of thousands or millions of disenfranchised extremists operating on their own. Maybe they are not able to pull off the big fabulous hits but they can the small ones and disrupt and terrorize our daily lives. That is why it is called terrorism! Remain vigilant.