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Al-Qaida leader calls for attacks inside U.S.

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Just wondering, but why is this Arab scum terrorist dog still alive?? If he was good enought to follow Osama Bin Ladin to the top of Al Qaeda his is good enough for nice shiny pretty US drone missiles to blow him the hell up and let his worthless soul burn and burn in hell!! Never compromise with these animals!!

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@El

So you are admitting finally that Obama can't handle the job, are you turning a new leaf? Starting to miss Bush? I sure do!

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Just because someone disagrees with Obama does not neccessarily mean they miss Bush.

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@Bass, sorry not missing Bush just yet, but do want Mr.Obama to blow the hell out of these terrorists ASAP!!

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"Hit them in America" he says from a cave on the Af-Pac border.

In a pathetic attempt to stay relevant he actually demonstrates that A.Q. As an anti-U.S. force is basically powerless to mount operations or do basically anything besides trying to avoid being killed. They could not even post their message until the anniversary had passed.

They are a spent force devoid of cohesive leadership or a message that resonates with the larger Muslim community.

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And USA was told al-Qaida was on the decline. Would that have been a lie?

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"Americas weak point is its economy, which already has begun stumbling because of the military and security expenditure

No it stumbled because of the unchecked greed of unregulated American bankers. It is recovering now.

MarkG: And USA was told al-Qaida was on the decline. Would that have been a lie?

You're asking this because if a single audio broadcast? WTF.

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"Al-Qaidaleader calls for attacks inside U.S"

Good luck with that, the NSA has you guys under strict surveillance... wait a minute, not any more, since Snowden spilled the beans ...

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NSA, the CIA, FBI etc can not stop every act of terrorism. If and when these Al Qaeda lovers, American haters get lucky next is ONLY A MATTER OF TIME!

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Whoa! How al qaeda can call for attacks on USA, their true friends in current Syria crisis?!

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And what is the purpose of the zealot in destabilizing the American economy? Why doesn't he quote his holy scriptures that instruct him to destroy, destroy. The destruction building, creating what? I have yet to hear it.

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Elbuda Mexicano: NSA, the CIA, FBI etc can not stop every act of terrorism. If and when these Al Qaeda lovers, American haters get lucky next is ONLY A MATTER OF TIME!

They've been trying for 11 years - how are they doing?

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Just because someone disagrees with Obama does not neccessarily mean they miss Bush.

At least, if he were still President, we wouldn't be in this humiliating mess.

@El

sorry not missing Bush just yet, but do want Mr.Obama to blow the hell out of these terrorists ASAP!!

Yaaaaawn, seriously?? The he bungled this situation with Syria and Russia and you think, he has the cahones to go after these terrorists? The man is wandering into Lame duck territory. Whatever credibility he had, was crushed with his handling of Syria. The man is starting to make Jimmy Carter look like a Saint.

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Whether Al-Qaeda has the ability to committ more attacks is a no-brainer since it took just two people to turn the Boston Marathon into a bloodbath.

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NSA, the CIA, FBI etc can not stop every act of terrorism.

That's why we have the NRA! They'll get'er done.

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