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DRONE WARS..

By ATWadmin On January 9th, 2009

Another good day in the war on terror. It is revealed that Al-Qaeda’s operations chief in Pakistan and a top aide are believed to be dead, in what appeared to be the latest results of a US-led campaign targeting the militant group’s leadership.

“Operations chief Usama al-Kini was thought responsible for a series of attacks including the bombing of a Marriott hotel in Islamabad that killed 55 people in September, and an unsuccessful attempt to kill former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, who was later assassinated in a separate attack, a US counterterrorism offical said. “These deaths are a significant near-term degradation of al-Qaeda’s leadership,” he said. His comments echoed public remarks by Bush administration officials increasingly confident that al-Qaeda’s central command structure has been significantly weakened. He added that the pair was killed “within the last week.” Kini and his dead lieutenant, Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, were both Kenyan-born. They were on the FBI’s list of most wanted terrorism suspects and had been indicted for the 1998 bombings of US embassies in Tanzania and Kenya.”

Justice has been done via a drone. I am sure the usual apologists for Islamic terror here will squeal in rage but scum like Al-Kini are best off with Allah rather than plotting the death of innocents. Another great result for our military.

5 Responses to “DRONE WARS..”

  1. Yes, a good result for the human race.

    Just a pity thay can’t get Bin Laden and Zawahiri this way.

  2. Elsewhere in Afghanistan the world’s most professional armed forces (British) have gained several Taliban strongholds too. Cannot find the link details on the BBC as it’s all about this story at the mo.

  3. –Just a pity thay can’t get Bin Laden and Zawahiri this way.–

    Be patient, Peter, be patient. Their day will come.

    This technology is proving very useful. A way for the long arm of the law to extent into lawless regions.

    These guys can never, ever rest easy now. The hunter is now the hunted.

    If they ever do get Osama, party at my house.

  4. Noted

    On the NY Times website, they are now online ads from " Terror TV " ( Al Jazeera )

    First time I have seen that.

  5. the nice thing to was that drone was controlled from 7000 miles away in nellis afb