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Originally posted by Thomas Paul: I wonder where "Palastina" is... Find him, kill him, end of Al Queda.
That's what all of us wish... but I think Al Qaeda is even worst without Bin Laden..
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Originally posted by Andres Gonzalez: That's what all of us wish... but I think Al Qaeda is even worst without Bin Laden..
In what way?
Joined: Nov 27, 2001
Originally posted by Thomas Paul:
In what way?
I think killing Bin Laden is a big step to minimize Al Qaeda power. But can you imagine how would they (al qaeda and its followers) react if bin laden is killed..? There are thousands of people that have followed him (and his believes) and are willing to die for him.. they'll will react twice with more violence than they have been doing it currently. So when I wrote that I meant saying that we will be expecting more bombings (suicides, airplanes, you name it..). Please, don't get to the conclusion that Bin Laden should not be hunt down. I think he's got to be found and killed ASAP, so we (I'm not american) can show evil people that we're actually winning the war, even though it can take a long time.. I personally think at this stage, american reputation on the arab world (muslims, extremist)is decreasing. Why? Sadam regime was taken down.. but as far as I know the main purpose of the war was to demonstrate that Irak had weapons of mass destruction and it was a threat to the whole world, right? But.. where are they? From what I've read they have found nothing. Even worse, where's Sadam? All these things will give more reasons to all these blind people that believe in Bin Laden bull#$@ to keep following him.. don't you think? peace