Skip to comments.Pakistan Taliban say chief Mehsud killed in drone strike
Posted on 11/01/2013 10:54:56 AM PDT by NormsRevenge
The leader of the Pakistani Taliban, Hakimullah Mehsud, has been killed in a drone strike, a high-ranking Taliban official has told the BBC.
Mehsud became leader of the Pakistani Taliban in 2009, aged 30, after his predecessor died in a US drone strike.
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I’m suspicious of anything hussein does, and wonder if he just blasts islamists he doesn’t like. Certainly islamists kill other islamists even more regularly than they kill others. Unless it can be de demonstrated otherwise, soetoro is no exception.
Mehsud became leader of the Pakistani Taliban in 2009, aged 30, after his predecessor died in a US drone strike.Buh-bye.
Now why would they be “sorrowful” ? Don’t they believe the dumdass is on his way to be with his herd of virgins? Shouldn’t they be carwashing the flying carpets and spiffying up for a grand old going away party? And wouldn’t the same party be used to happily welcome up the new target-—er guy? Do they give him the keys to a new Toyota with a bullseye on top? Here ya go muckmood!
If this one is really true, watch closely for yet another Benghazi or USS Cole type attack as payback...aided and abetted by US.
We’re headed to China Vietnam and Thailand on a cruise next fall,, I just hope we’re there when protests aren’t.. And cars blowing up and stuff.
We got lucky in Greece, even in Rome, I hope our journey clicks in Asia.. Took over 5,000 pics and lots of vidayos last one, this one could be even hugher.
I kind of empathize at the early departure, I achieved a lot more as a young fellar too.. It was his chosen line of work tho :-) .
He danced the jihadist disco — “dis go this way, dis go that way”.
Well he already voted in Philly a few times, but the workman’s comp is going to the wrong address.
Most of the time it's a jihadi who is either #2 or going to become #2, if you know what I mean.
Yeah, they're all number two....every last one of them.
"Who does Number 2 work for?"