Al Qaeda Does Not Need Photos To Confirm Bin Laden’s Death

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05.06.11

Well here’s something that should make the “Deathers” — the Internet conspiracy theorists who believe that the Obama administration may have faked the death of Osama Bin Laden and are demanding to see photos of his dead corpse — feel quite proud of themselves: the wackos in Al Qaeda even believe that Bin Laden is dead.

Al-Qaida has issued its first confirmation of Osama bin Laden’s death in an Internet statement posted on militant websites.

Friday’s statement by the terror network says bin Laden’s blood “will not be wasted” and it will continue attacking Americans and their allies.

But hey, if that’s not enough for the Deathers, let’s ask Drummer Cat: Hey Drummer Cat, is Bin Laden dead and burning in hell?

Well there you have it!

Also, the New York Times reports today that Al Qaeda was planning to attack America’s railways on the 10 year anniversary of 9/11 this September, or some other day of significance — they can’t make up their minds, apparently.

After reviewing computer files and documents seized at the compound where Osama bin Laden was killed, American intelligence analysts have concluded that the chief of Al Qaeda played a direct role for years in plotting terror attacks from his hide-out in Abbottabad, Pakistan, United States officials said Thursday.

A rushed examination of the trove of materials from the compound in Pakistan prompted Obama administration officials on Thursday to issue a warning that Al Qaeda last year had considered attacks on American railroads.

The documents include a handwritten notebook from February 2010 that discusses tampering with tracks to derail a train on a bridge, possibly on Christmas, New Year’s Day, the day of the State of the Union address or the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, officials said. But they said there was no evidence of a specific plot.

Oh yeah, Al Qaeda was considering carrying out a new terror plot, just like I’m considering winning a Pulitzer for this blog post. They’re an impotent, irrelevant band of religious as*sholes. Can we just move on to more important things now?

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