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Sunday, November 20, 2005

al-Zarqawi Toast ?

The Elaph Arab media website reported on Sunday that Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, the head of the al-Qaida in Iraq terror group, may have been killed in Iraq on Sunday afternoon when eight terrorists blew themselves up in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul.
The unconfirmed report claimed that the explosions occurred while coalition forces surrounded the house in which al-Zarqawi was hiding. American and Iraqi forces are looking into the report.

Al-Zarqawi Rumored Killed

There are rumors circulating in the Middle East concerning the possible death of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. The rumors originated with Arab television, were picked up by the Jerusalem Post and now are alive in several venues.

What is known is that the United States attacked a location in Mosul in which eight individuals were reported killed and burned beyond recognition. It would appear that the attack was triggered by some intelligence and that the intelligence held open the possibility that the command cell of al Qaeda in Iraq was there. The attack either blew up the site or the team committed suicide.

It is interesting that the attack came on the heels of Jordan's intense attack on jihadists within its borders and on anyone linked to al-Zarqawi. This followed the bombings of three hotels in Amman. Today, for example, al-Zarqawi's own family in Jordan condemned him. Jordanian security has lashed out in all directions after that attack. It is speculative -- but not unreasonable -- to assume that the Jordanians, during their crackdown, secured intelligence on the location of al-Zarqawi's command cell.

Al-Zarqawi's Family Denounces Him And Voices Support For Jordanian King

Family members of al-Qaida in Iraq chief Abu Musab al-Zarqawi say it'll be "doomsday" before they have anything more to do with him.

The Jordanian-born terror leader claims responsibility for the deadly, November ninth hotel bombings in Jordan that killed 59 people.

His family renounced him today, telling Jordan's King Abdullah that they will "sever links with him until doomsday."

The statement said anyone who carried out such violence in the kingdom does not enjoy its protection.

It's a serious blow to al-Zarqawi, who will no longer enjoy the protection of his tribe.

I hope this is true. If it is, this is a great milestone in the war against Dhimmitude.

US hopes al-Zarqawi died in gunfight

US forces have sealed off a house in the northern city of Mosul where eight suspected al-Qaeda members died in a gunfight - some by their own hand to avoid capture.

A US official said that efforts were under way to determine if terror leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi was among the dead.

Three insurgents detonated explosives and killed themselves to avoid capture, Iraqi officials said. Eleven Americans were wounded, according to the US military.

Like so many reports from the MSM, this one was peppered with statistics of how many Americans have been killed in Iraq, how many people died this weekend, we torture terrorists, blah blah blah. They can not even report on the good news without twisting it into bad news. Freedom bad, Dhimmitude good. They are practically rooting for the terrorists. It's amazing that these asshat reporters still feel that they're unbiased.

Ex-cellmate says al-Zarqawi was tortured

Good. I hope it was excruciating.

Offering possible partial clues as to why the Jordanian-born al-Qaida leader chose Amman for triple hotel bombings earlier this month, the former cellmate, Yousef Rababaa, said: "He hated the intelligence services intensely, and the authorities didn't know how to deal with his new ideology."

New ideology ? Mohammad practiced terrorism ! This is not a new ideology.

Rababaa, who spent three years in jail with al-Zarqawi until both were freed under a royal amnesty in 1999, recalled his cellmate's inflexible, radical Islamic ideology.

See what appeasement and tolerance gets you ? They have declared war ! Any gesture of goodwill is seen by them as weakness.

"He divided the world between Muslim and infidels," Rababaa said, adding that al-Zarqawi was quiet at the time and did not show a violent nature.

The Koran divides the world that way. It also instructs Muslims to not show the infidels (us) their true nature until ready to strike.

"I didn't see that side of him, although he had very strong opinions. I am very surprised at where he is today," said Rababaa, suggesting that maybe someone helps al-Zarqawi plan his terror operations.

"He had very little education, only medium intelligence. But he was very brave," Rababaa said.

Sending others to behead and blow up innocent people is brave ? He is/was a coward. Like most Muslims, he had very little education. Only the Koran instructed him. That's what makes them dangerous.

He did not specify how he knew al-Zarqawi had been tortured or offer any specific evidence to back the claim.

Well why should he ? The western press will be only to happy to report this alleged torture as fact ! We all know that the MSM wants the terrorist bastards to win. They prove it every day in their "unbiased reporting".

UPDATE 2-US investigating whether Zarqawi among Iraq dead

Again, true to form the LameStreamMedia fails to name this bastard as a terrorist. He's an "insurgent", a "guerrilla chief". Even though the article admits this:
When an Islamist Web site showed a video last year of a man severing the head of American hostage Nicholas Berg, the CIA said Zarqawi was probably the one wielding the knife.

Oh, and as far as al Qaeda is concerned, it's just an "organization".


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