Monday, October 22, 2007

Bin Laden Urges Iraq Insurgents to Unite

Doesn't look like things are going well for al-qaeda in Iraq either.

Osama bin Laden scolded his al-Qaida followers in Iraq and other insurgents Monday, saying they have "been lax" for failing to overcome fanatical tribal loyalties and unite in the fight against U.S. troops.

If Osama bin Laden has to issue an audio tape to try and unite his "jihad" against the West in Iraq you can only come to the conclusion that things are not going well for his terror group. Someone's doing something right.

The message of his new audiotape reflected the growing disarray among Iraq's Sunni Arab insurgents and bin Laden's client group in the country, both of which are facing heavy U.S. military pressure and an uprising among Sunni tribesmen.

I don't think the Iraqis like you much Binny. Are you feeling that noose tighten? Regardless of whether Bin Laden is alive or dead, al-qaeda is slowly dissolving in Iraq. The Iraqi people are starting to see the true colors of the conflicting sides in the country and are starting to choose "the lesser of two evils" and aide the Coalition. I can deal with being the lesser of two evils.

In the brief tape played on Al-Jazeera television, the terrorist leader urged militants to "beware of division ... The Muslim world is waiting for you to gather under one banner."

One religion uniting? Never happen. It can't. Religion is a form of division. There will be only one banner in Iraq and that will be the Iraqi flag, of course, that's not for another century or two.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

OK! when they stop fighting there are they going to start fighting here...well that's what President Bush has told us.

October 26, 2007 2:02 PM  
Blogger f.b.i.t.c. said...

If we can just get tham all together - in a town hall for instance - for a good long chat, then maybe, just maybe, you guys can finish them off once and for all.

If not, they'll all come to the UK and start claiming benefits instead.

October 29, 2007 7:34 AM  

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