Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Taliban chief says Bin Laden alive

Sounds like the Taliban have the same problem as some of the US citizens have about Elvis. "No, bin Laden's alive, a friend of mine's second cousin's wife's brother saw him in a cafe."

A top Taliban commander said Al-Qaeda mastermind Osama bin Laden is alive and well, according to US-based analysts monitoring extremist publications.

And why shouldn't we take a terrorist regime's word for it?

"All praise be to Allah, he is extremely healthy and active," the commander Mansour Dadullah said in a video interview, according to a transcript of the video's English subtitled translation, released Tuesday by the analyst IntelCenter.

"He moves around in his cave all day."

Dadullah, whose brother Mullah Dadullah was also a top commander in the Afghanistan-based militants and was killed this year, said he had been contacted by Bin Laden, the man blamed for the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States.

"He wrote me a letter that asked if I liked him. There were two boxes, one marked yes and the other marked no."


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I still think I saw him on Flatbush Avenue

August 24, 2007 6:39 AM  

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