Skip to comments.Bin Laden Demands Europe Withdraw Afghanistan Troops
Posted on 09/25/2009 1:48:29 PM PDT by edpc
DUBAI (Reuters) Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden demanded that European nations withdraw their troops from Afghanistan in a new audio tape aired on Friday, saying they were sacrificing men and money in an unjust U.S.-led war.
"We are not demanding anything unjust. It is just for you to end injustice and withdraw your soldiers (from Afghanistan)," he said in the tape, released on the Internet with a background picture of bin Laden and with German and English subtitles.
"One of the greatest injustices is to kill people unjustly, and this is exactly what your governments and soldiers are committing under the cover of the NATO alliance in Afghanistan," bin Laden said in the recording, entitled "A message to the people of Europe."
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Timed just right when the Amateur is thinking about withdrawing troops. He can claim victory afterward.
jeez. I suppose the horrible irony of this statement is lost on the evil lunatic.
Afghanistan will be 0bama’s Viet Nam.
0bamaCare = Waterloo
Afghanistan = Viet Nam
And number Three will be?
Well I can see his point. Zero has already surrendered. Now he needs to get EU to surrender.
Cap and Trade - the Great Marianas Turkey Shoot
Obama speaks from the grave...
Unfortunately it looks like Iran = Armageddon
BinLaden is betting the President Obama will ultimately try to reduce our presence in Afghanistan, or waffle about it to the point where our allies lose what little confidence they have left and start withdrawing their troops.
Then Bin Laden can claim credit when it happens, thus boosting his flagging reputation in the Muslim terrorist population, and their supporters/enablers.
Obama’s relpy. “OK”
something the boys father should of done.
Oops. Meant to say Osama.
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