al-Zarqawi taken down

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DJZephyr

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My parents e-mailed me today. CNN has the story on their front page. al-Zarqawi, the al Qaeda leader in Iraq, was killed during a strike on his safe house. Kinduv a shame he's dead, now they can't ask him any questions. Still, a good victory for the US. He won't be causing us any more trouble.

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  • Jun 08, 2006
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yeah I saw that when I woke up this morning...well I hope this helps out a lil bit

  • Jun 08, 2006

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Finally. I've seen some of the beheadings he and his Al-Qaeda plotted. Such barbaric doings.
I know we shouldn't happy over one's death. But still...I think he's got his punishment.
Next target: bin Laden himself, maybe?

  • Jun 08, 2006

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What I would like to see on these forums is "Alright, a victory in the war on terrorism", but what I'll likely see is a bunch of buzzkilling and negativity. The GWOT is and has been a long war and every minor victory goes towards ending this thing. So whether or not people agree with this war in the first place, it would be nice to see just a little congrats to the world as a whole for being rid of a dangerous man. I'm proud to be an American everyday, but it makes you stand taller at times like this.

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  • Jun 08, 2006
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With Al-Zarqawi dead, do the world became peaceful? Think about it. The REAL problem isn't solved.

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  • Jun 09, 2006

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Quote by leonardobarbaWith Al-Zarqawi dead, do the world became peaceful? Think about it. The REAL problem isn't solved.

I'm not Muslim. I just like to play a fair game.

Didn't take long did it?

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  • Jun 09, 2006

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Nope it didn't.

Well I know the insurgency took a hugh kick in the balls.......Zarqawi and seven of his aides? At the same time of their deaths, US and Iraqi forces stormed safehouses of the insurgency throughout Iraq. Not only did they kill the leader, but took out any chance of his aides assuming comand and control. I am looking at the death of the insurgency in about six months, maybe less. With the intelligence gathered following those raids, the focus may shift to the elimination of terrorists entering from the borders of Iran, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. It is still a moumental task, but now there isn't any organization......they will be just running around waiting to get caught.

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  • Jun 09, 2006

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I'm glad the guys dead really i am, but i was watching the military analiysts and the dudes already been replaced by someone just as capable you know. And in the end will killing one guy do a diffrence no, i mean it's just like if you watch the movie Munich( true events) when one of the terrorist leaders died another popped up so.... yea i mean i'm glad he's dead, but it really won't do anything.

They even said that this Zarqawi wasn't even liked by the other factions in the Iraqi insurgency. . After his death there were even more bombings what it comes down to is the Sunni vs. Shiite Muslim factions.

But either way it's good that he's dead right. Oh and may i mention we still haven't found Bin Laden the funder of AL Queada( my spelling stinks).

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  • Jun 09, 2006

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yeah I saw the pic of his dead body... he shouldnt have died like that... they should have capture him and torture him to dead because of all his attacks on inocent ppl.... but Im glad hes dead... the problem is that when one of those son of @#$%^@#$5 die another one will come... ending terrorism is gonna take a while... osama is still free... but if its tru that the US military had it all planed I think were going the right way...

  • Jun 10, 2006

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Yes, yes, he has been a nuisance to many... however, his very death represents a mere pindrop.
Those villains can always get another.

  • Jun 11, 2006
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I think he was just bait........he wasn't that popular within Al Qaeda after all.

Maybe they think that with his death attention will be taken off them,you never know....

  • Jun 12, 2006
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That was a political victory for the US goverment, but not a real military achievement... Al Quaeda remains strong in Iraq, and Bin Laden is free... its a matter of time for another attack on any western country... perhaps Denmark or Italy.

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Quote by KeiichiThat was a political victory for the US goverment, but not a real military achievement... Al Quaeda remains strong in Iraq, and Bin Laden is free... its a matter of time for another attack on any western country... perhaps Denmark or Italy.

So what did Denmark or Italy do to incur Osamas wrath? I would like to know because neither of these countries contribute anything to cause his terrorist network to commit terrorist act upon them.

So, what did they do?

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  • Jun 14, 2006

Shinsengumi89

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They belive in Christianity, thats what they did in Bin Ladens eyes. Oh i agree another attack is most likely to occur, because, you can't squash an idea( good or bad)

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  • Jun 14, 2006

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I dunno what Italy did but Denmark published those cartoons of Mohammed. Crazy rule that, you're not even allowed to create FLATTERING pictures of him. So you can guess what the reaction will eventually be to "un-PC" caricatures of him.

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  • Jun 15, 2006

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