Anwar Awlaki killed

#2
Good riddance!
 
#3
Wanted: New Head of Al Qaeda.

Must have sound jihaddist principles and a medieval mindset.

Pay and bonus package includes a free AGM-114 Hellfire delivered upon completion of probationary period.
 
#7
Good riddence to bad rubbish as my old man always says. Good for Barry Soetaro to show some determination and grit by ordering the attack. I hope he didn't have to "sleep on it" for 17 hours as he was said to have done before giving the go-ahead for the bin Laudin do.

Action Man Obama.jpg
 
#9
Breaking news from Yemani Park:

AQ have just released a statement regarding the departure of coach Anwar Awlaki.

Chairman Al Zawahiri said that the loss of the popular coach after the shock departure of previous chairman Osama Bin Laden in May had come as a crushing blow and some of the clubs players would be wearing black arm bands over their dish dashes next time they play.

"It been a tough year." Said the bearded walking target. "You've got to keep your chin up in times like these as we've learnt in the past few years of having an empty trophy cabinet bit we'll crack on and hopefully we'll get a few good results in our upcoming fixtures."

AQ's bitter rivals USA were unavailable for comment.
 
#10
His American mate Samir Khan killed with him...........
 
#11
His American mate Samir Khan killed with him...........
Didn't he die in Weatherfield a few years back?

Deirdre was gutted.
 
A

allgone2ratsh1t

Guest
#12
Good news but the liberal elite will clambering on about the rights of terrorists and hypocritical the President is saying he condemns Guantanamo (wahey spelt it right 1st time) and is happy to authorise these strikes.
 
#15
Correct. Some libtard on Radio 5 last night was bleating about "but what about a trial" etc etc. I switched off after that load of pony.
Both Predator and Hellfire are tried and tested. No more trials needed, surely?
 
#16
Good news but the liberal elite will clambering on about the rights of terrorists and hypocritical the President is saying he condemns Guantanamo (wahey spelt it right 1st time) and is happy to authorise these strikes.
What these panty wetters don't realise is that we are in an asymmetric war. Just because it doesn't look like WWII, doesn't mean that it's not a war.

And in a war, we are looking to slot the baddies. AAA was a bona fide enemy and was a legitimate target.

I wish people would stop bringing peacetime sensibilities to a war.
 
#17
Well that's one more Septic who'll not be voting for Barry come 2012.
 

Command_doh

LE
Book Reviewer
#19
A peripheral figure at best, marginal influence, credible orator. More of a 'hearts and minds' .propaganda coup for bam-bam because of Fort Hood than any real Operational victory though. Also sends out a good, strong message that Yankee-stan is more than happy to murder a national when polls are flagging and the economy is in the toilet.
 
#20
The Associated Press are reporting a third major player killed in this attack.

The death of Ibrahim Hassan al-Asiri would make the Friday drone strikes on a convoy in the central deserts of Yemen one of the most effective single blows in the U.S. campaign to take out al-Qaida's top figures.

Christopher Boucek, a scholar who studies Yemen and al-Qaida, said al-Asiri's death would "overshadow" that of the two Americans due to his operational importance to al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula, the Yemen-based group that is considered the most active branch of the terror network.
News from The Associated Press

Interesting that such a target rich convoy drew attention.

B
 

Latest Threads

Top