Skip to comments.The Splintering of Al Qaeda Isnít Necessarily Good News
Posted on 02/22/2014 8:15:49 AM PST by darkwing104
The recent upraising in Syria may have claimed a new victimal Qaeda. Since the death of Osama Bin Laden, Al Qaeda have been without a strong leader to keep the terrorist organization unified. Documents obtained from the raid that killed Osama revealed earlier divisions.
One of the main causes of division within the terrorist factions involves a central leadership which calls for moderation, believing that worldwide uncontrolled terrorism is giving the organization a distorted image. Al Qaeda itself is competing with a fanatical jihadist organization known as Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). The ISIL is a splinter group, formed without approval from the al Qaeda leadership and will not receive official support from the senior al Qaeda junta.
The rift between the terrorists cabals was widened by intervention in Syria when the upstart group violated al Qaedas rules for waging Islamic holy war. It is claimed that the growing division between jihadists made it difficult for the Obama Administration to know who to support in its attempt to remove Syrian President al-Assad
In a statement released on Twitter, al Qaeda central leader Ayman al Zawahiri declared that the ultra-hardline ISIL was not part of the global al Qaeda network. In a display of his new moderation, the Zawahiri-led al Qaeda organization only suspended the upstart ISIL,
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alqueda is a snowball....just like Islam was...
They are pure evil, doing Satan's work on earth and murdering thousands of innocents in order to enslave the survivors, and they are worried about their image?