Saturday, December 31, 2005

Abu Musab al-Suri: Wanted Terrorist

While Congress is busy trying to get their faces in front of the camera, both parties, al Qaeda is busy at work. It appears we have forgotten why we are at war, or even that we are at war. They have not.

That is why appreciate sites such as Counter Terrorism. If I need to find out what is really happening, I can usually find it there, sometimes before, if ever, it is available for public consumption.

Maybe if we were aware of the threats that face us everyday, we wouldn't be so rash to one another. I cannot stand the way politics decides everything nowadays. It is impossible to have a discussion with those on the Left. I would really invite this, since I already know what I know and believe.

How can I be sure if I am correct unless my thoughts and beliefs stand the test of scrutiny? Anyway...that's all I will say about that.

We have learned that "Abu al-Tawab al-Shami--the official spokesman of most wanted Al-Qaida terrorist training camp manager Abu Musab al-Suri (a.k.a. Omar Abdel Hakim, Mustafa Setmariam Nasar)--has confirmed the latter's capture by coalition forces sometime in September 2005. Abu al-Tawab has also made available a final audio message from Abu Musab al-Suri responding to the July 2005 London bombings."

Abu Musad may deny he had anything to with any of the attacks, but he does admit to training American and British nationals at Al-Qaida camps in Afghanistan to carry out catastrophic terrorist strikes.

Do you still want us to stop listening to their phone calls? I do not believe so. Not if your city is the next target. These people are seriously thinking about using chemical and biological weapons. They are also thinking about using 'dirty bombs.' They say so in their own words in the links provided, care of Counter Terrorism.

Abu Musab has also admitted:
"I advised the commander of the Armed Islamic Group (GIA) Abu Abdullah Ahmad and his superiors—may Allah have mercy on their souls—to strike deep inside the French mainland in order to punish her and deter her from supporting the dictatorial military government [in Algeria]... I explained that this would unite the Islamic nation around the jihad in Algeria, just as it had united the Islamic nation around the Afghan jihad against the Soviets. I added that we had a right to strike France and that we were at war—[we were not] just playing around. It was about time for our enemies to understand that. This is why I hereby call all the mujahideen—regardless of whether they are from Syria, Lebanon or any other place—to strike France immediately. The mujahideen should target French interests wherever they may be—including the French mainland itself... I hereby call upon the mujahideen in Europe, the mujahideen in other enemy countries—as well as all those who are able to get to these countries—to act quickly and strike Britain, Italy, Holland, Denmark, Germany, Japan, Australia, Russia, France, and all other countries that have a military presence in Iraq, Afghanistan, or the Arabian Peninsula. They must either strike the territory of these countries or targets that are outside of their borders. O’ sleeper cells, wake up now!"
Now could we please close our Canadian and Mexican borders, cut down on the number of people allowed into this country, and get serious about security? Who said we have to absorb the whole world? I did not vote for that!

This is America. Instead of multi-culturism, why don't we study American History? Hey, you might even find we have a lot more in commen than not. I miss all of the friends I've not yet met. (I know that sounds odd, but think about it. What if we never meet because I believe 'a' and you believe 'b'? Other than that, we would have become best friends. That would be sad.)

Just consider what I have stated. Consider what Evan Kohlmann has reported. Consider what Abu Musab has declared. Just consider it. Thank you.

Click to view English translation c/o Globalterroralert.com.

See also:
- Global Terror Alert profile on Abu Musab al-Suri.
- Video of Abu Musab al-Suri filmed in August 2000.
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