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Al Qaeda priority: Western Targets

Original post made by Dawn, Downtown, on Jul 31, 2009

"Documents indicate U.S.-born militant passed details of New York transit to al Qaeda"


Al Qaeda Article From Cnn

Al Qaeda priority: Western targets


Documents indicate U.S.-born militant passed details of New York transit to al Qaeda
Recruits allegedly chatted about potential targets while in Pakistan
Such conversations illustrate al Qaeda's continued desire to inflict mass casualties



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Recruits reveal al Qaeda's sprawling web


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Keep in mind that J.W. & Co. failed miserable to secure our Country as a FIRST priority and that Extremists are living here in the U.S.A.

Just last month federal Officials carried out simulated tests, carrying bomb building materials into Federal Buildings. They were able to get into dozens of buildings with raw materials and complete bombs, as well as assemble bombs in federal building restrooms.

Our bridges, chemical plants, transportation system, weapons facilities, federal buildings, power grids, schools, factories, airports and many, many other prospective targets.

We don’t need to worry about radical extremist getting into the U.S. because they are already here in great numbers. It’s an ideology, and many regular Joe(s) subscribe to radical Islam ideology, just like radical right or left wing extremist.

In my opinion, Bush over an 8 year period, failed to put resources into protecting our facilities here in the U.S. while provoking mass hatred and anger towards the U.S.

And many think that Obama trying to rekindle international relationships is a waste of time?

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Posted by Cholo
a resident of Livermore
on Aug 1, 2009 at 8:46 am

fawn rhymes with dawn...tee hee hee, tee hee hee...


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Posted by No Concern
a resident of Canyon Oaks
on Aug 4, 2009 at 10:25 am

We don't care about keeping this country safe. We are focused on Obama's Birth certificate and other more important matters.


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