US-Led Forces in Iraq say they killed Al-Qaeda Leader 34 replies

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#11 11 years ago

Well if it's true, atleast it's showing that were gaining some progress (although technicaly the actual iraq war has been over for a while now, theirs just been recurrence of terrorist attacks)




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#12 11 years ago

Again, there's a new one already in his place, if he really IS dead. It won't stop until you actually go for all of them at once. Which I don't see happening any time soon.




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#13 11 years ago

Al-Qaeda is like a hydra cut one head off and three more will grow back.


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#14 11 years ago

Greek mythology seems to apply all over the place with Al-Qaeda nowadays. It's a shame, really. Since most Greek Mythology is bad and involves monsters.




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#15 11 years ago
BadHairDay;4614203Again, there's a new one already in his place, if he really IS dead. It won't stop until you actually go for all of them at once. Which I don't see happening any time soon.

It won't stop even then. This sort of conflict can never be resolved by brute force alone. Military presence only aggravates the conditions even more. They hate Americans, and as long as they hate America, they will continue to breed new generations of terrorists.




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#16 11 years ago

How about this. Leave for a while, then let them wind down. It would probably make everything a whole lot better in the Middle East. Of course, we would never do that.




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#17 11 years ago

If the Coalition forces were to leave what do you think would happen?

Imagine a schoolyard fraught with 2 types of people, bullies, and stereotypical nerds. One day, along comes Joe. Joe's a nice guy and stands up to the bullies, putting them in their places. Thus, we have a feeble but very tense balance amongst the bullies and nerds.

Then Joe has to move to Antarctica. The Bullies no longer have anyone to stop them taking back over the schoolyard.

Tad cyclic don't you think?




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#18 11 years ago

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#19 11 years ago

Nice one nano




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#20 11 years ago

Nothing but all one sided narrow mindedness point of view at filefront, samo samo. for the record Multi-National Force - Iraq - Coalition forces kill mastermind of recent Baghdad attacks While the terrorist group has been marginalized by its attacks on Iraqi civilians, detainees in custody report that Baghdad’s AQI membership has been severely curbed by many men joining Sons of Iraq groups. They say AQI is unable to effectively recruit new members because of the perception the terrorist group is failing. “Abu Rami did nothing for the people of Iraq except fill their cemeteries with innocent victims,” Admiral Driscoll said. “His removal from the AQI network will send shockwaves through Baghdad’s terrorist bombing networks. Its ability to conduct grizzly attacks against Iraqi civilians and Coalition and Iraqi forces has been severely crippled by this precision operation.” click here to educate yourselves ! Multi-National Force - Iraq