Thursday, December 24, 2009


The Yemeni Al Quaeda group is a bit smaller today.

Sources tell ABC News that an air raid in Yemen this morning may have killed two top al Qaeda officials as well as an imam believed to have inspired the alleged Fort Hood shooter.

Those believed to have been present at the target in the eastern province Shabwa included the leader of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, Nasser al-Wahayshi, his No. 2, Saeed al-Shehri, and Anwar al-Awlaki, who was quoted telling Al Jazeera Web that Maj. Nidal Hasan, asked him "about killing U.S. soldiers and officers. His question was is it legitimate" under Islamic law.

Awlaki said the query was a year before the Fort Hood shooting, making him "astonished. Where was American intelligence that claimed once that it can read any car plate number anywhere in the world?"

Didn't need your license plate, fella. Just your herd of goats.

HT: Ace/Drew


TerryN said...

Don't you watch the news? The Fort Hood shooter was not a terrorist. He was just misguided by his evil leaders.

VSO said...

Sure he wasn't. And I'm not a racist/sexist/homophobe.