And how many others like this guy are still out there.
But I am also sure we are slowly getting them one by one.
>>>>And how many others like this guy are still out there.
I know I posted this on your other thread...but, I am not sure anyone read it:
Source: Elaph, 23 May, 2003; al-Majallah, 25 May 2003
On 23 May 2003, the Arabic-language newspaper Elaph printed what appeared to be excerpts from a new email interview with al-Qaeda member Abu Mohammad al-Ablaj (a.k.a. Mulla Saif-al-Din) in the Arabic-language magazine al-Majallah, which was printed on 25 May 2003.
The Elaph article said, "The al-Qaeda organization said that it will use new methods of fighting the Americans, indicating its intention to poison the drinking water of several American states."
Further down in the Elaph article the tone was less direct,
"And al-Ablaj would not rule out al-Qaeda's use of sarin gas and poisoning of the drinking water in American & Western cities..."
This second quote appeared in the 25 May al-Majallah issue, which contained the roughly four-page interview with al-Ablaj.
The interview was conducted by al-Majallah correspondent Mahmud Khalil. Al-Majallah has been in communication with al-Ablaj since at least 7 April and received an email from al-Ablaj just prior to the Riyadh attack threatening its
posted on 05/28/2003 9:23:04 PM PDT
(The person who removes a mountain begins by carrying away small stones.)
[I was like a machine ]
Then turn him off and move on. Keep killing them (very publicly, IMO) until they stand down. After a while even the most unintelligent among them will understand that such choices will always lead to their (useless) deaths. Just keep killing them until they stand down.
He said he was helped in organising the attack by a US soldier, who allegedly sold pictures of the base to an al-Qaeda operative. "It was an American working at the base. I think he was a smoker of dope. He was given $50,000," said Mr Trabelsi,
Grrrrrr.... find him and string him up.
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