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Friday, November 18, 2005

Zarqawi Sends Top Aide to Die

So far I haven't found any other news outlet that is carrying this story. It seems that the Iraqi Al-Qeada has suffered some real setbacks. So much so that Zarqawi is sending his top guys to do the dirty work, or maybe they really believe they will advance to go and collect 71 virgins.

By Richard Miniter in Human Events:

Though the American media is slow to report it, U.S. forces are relentlessly destroying Zarqawi’s senior leadership. A November 2 air strike killed two senior al Qaeda operatives in Iraq: Abu Zahra, the so-called Emir of Husaybah, ran all insurgent operations in that Iraqi city, and Asadallah, Zarqawi’s key recruiter. U.S. forces have now confirmed the identities of both dead terrorists.

Another sign of desperation: Consider who Zarqawi sent to run the Amman operation, Mrs. Al-Rishawi’s husband. He also a member of Zarqawi’s inner circle. He is now dead. Why did Zarqawi send a top officer to die? He has already lost so many. It suggests that either he’s running short of suicide bombers (typically Saudi recruits) or he’s running short of people he trusts. Either way, it’s a sign of desperation.

Blowing up Moslem weddings in Moslem nations does'nt sound to e like the play of a stong hand. I suspect they may be running out of coupons. I's just like the Democrats to cut and run when we're about to win.

Another good view at Purple Avenger


Blogger Purple Avenger said...

You wouldn't send a top aid to do a random bombing, any splodydope could do that.

You might however send one to assassinate a top Palestinian Authority general.

12:49 PM  

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